When is it better time to get marry?

Features marriages contracted in different periods.
Periods for: emotional marriages, stable marriages, marriages of convenience, etc.

Registration of marriage – the most important and exciting time in the life of lovers. What is the most successful period of the year for the registration of marriage and the wedding? Discard all the popular superstitions and consider the particular time periods in terms of zodiacal astrology and the influence of the planets on the respective power of marriage.

from 21.03 to 19.04

This is a very troublesome time to legitimize relations. Powerful energy plan for the Union lacks stability and the initial passion can quickly fade away. It is also a time of conflict and disagreement.
Period for people whose relationship lasted long enough, and not favorable for those who went to the registry office barely know each other or succumbing to sudden loving impulse.

from 20.04 to 20.05

This period – the best for marriage. Astrology – an exact science, because ignoring the signs, though married in May, the couple will suffer. For the period held under the patronage of Venus – the planet of love.
May marriages – the most robust and stable. However, much depends on the material well-being.

from 21.05 to 20.06

The depth of the marriage relationship will depend on the extent to which the lovers are able to solve problems through dialogue rather than reproaches and accusations. Mercury – the planet of communication. Everything in this marriage should be kept on common interests, mutual enrichment, joint plans.
Often quarreled, but reconciliation comes quickly. The lion’s share of the impact on relations have relatives or friends.

from 21.06 to 22.07

Marriage based on intuition, full understanding, emotional and spiritual compatibility. Favorable period for those who dream of a united family, of a cozy house, in which there is more than one child.
However, one of the partners may be too jealous. Jealousy – a weak point of marriage.

from 23.07 to 22.08

Very favorable period for marriage. The Union will not be boring, at least, others will seem bright union of two happy people. However, the period is not advisable for those whose pair has a partner, not aspiring to anything that does not have any goals and ambitions. There must be some kind of common cause that will unite the couple, in addition to the stamp in your passport. Or maybe it’s the birth of a child? ..

from 23.08 to 23.09

The decision of marriage in this period does not arise spontaneously, as well carefully, weighing all the “pros” and “cons”. Therefore, if the love of a couple – too impulsive and passionate, the marriage at this time can balance the violent power of the partners, it is known that from love to hate – one step. At the same time, too calm and reasonable partners, on the contrary, may become bored with each other.
In general, the motto of this period: a healthy lifestyle, serial analysis of problems, cleanliness and order in the house.

from 24.09 to 23.10

Good time for marriage. Held under the motto “Family – above all else.” Since ancient times in Russia played a wedding at this time (“On the Protection of the wedding is strong!”). However, in terms of astrology and here there is a certain gap: not recommended conclusion of unequal marriages in which there is a big difference in social status or age. After this period symbolizes partnership and equality in all things.

from 24.10 to 22.11

Very passionate and emotional union. But there are some risks: trips to the left, fight for the right to be the master of the house, conflicts and mutual suspicions.
But in the sexual sphere – great variety and satisfaction.

from 23.11 to 22.12

Social marriage. Exemplary couple can look harmonious, but inside are possible serious omissions and discrepancies.
Probability of divorce is significantly reduced, if the spouses have a similar outlook. Period strongly unfavorable to intermarriage, for people of different religions, countries, etc.

from 23.12 to 20.01

The best time to arranged marriages and other “self-serving reasons.”
Period represents a fairly stable relationship in which both partners behave predictably.
Disadvantage: very long period of so-called “lapping”.
A big plus: the partners rarely bred and “live up to the grave.”

from 21.01 to 19.02

Very controversial period. Only suitable for those who are able to give your partner a certain amount of freedom.
The following interesting characteristics of such a marriage: an original approach to child-rearing, the lack of the house of the order, the desire to build grandiose plans, but did not implement them.

from 20.02 to 20.03

Perhaps the complete dissolution of a partner that is not always good for those who are after the wedding does not want to lose their individuality, leaving in the past his hobbies and interests. If the any of the spouses – the water sign of the zodiac, the probability of scandals, tantrums, exaggerated problems, then passionate reconciliation and forgiveness tears. Over time, the violent passions subside, but there is a feeling of emptiness and “loneliness together.”
Period is not suitable for creative professionals and too emotional personalities.

Miracles and Wonders

Should we believe in miracles? Are there such things as wonders? Where does this need for us to be amazed, astounded, dazzled or petrified come from – something we both fear and hope for?

What is a miracle? What is a wonder? What is the difference between them? The meaning of a miracle is “an amazing thing”, something wonderful, strange, marvellous – by the way, marvel and miracle have a common meaning. A miracle, however, has taken on a religious meaning, particularly for Christians. It is an act which cannot be explained by natural causes and is attributed to a divine intervention. This is why Christian history abounds with miracles, faithfully based on the facts related in the Old Testament where Elohim (Yahve) appears and manifests himself and, depending on the situation, punishes or saves his people either directly or by the hands of his prophets or angels.

A wonder or prodigy means a “prophetic sign”. This could be wonderful and miraculous but equally it could be hideous like a scourage. But whilst the word “miracle” took on the meaning that we know today, a prodigy became, in its proper sense, “something miraculous”. In other words, it could not be anything else but the result of a divine intervention.
Has this always been the case? No. We have historic proof to help you understand how our ancestors looked at what we still see today – the Sky, the Earth, nature, the supernatural. They looked at these things with interest, curiosity and, above all, with an ability to marvel and be enchanted – which we have largely lost and are sadly lacking – and an acute sense of observation and deduction.

Wonders of nature and signs of the Gods

To illustrate our interpretation, we quote Jean Bottero (Mesopotamia, Writing, Reason and the Gods, Gallimard, 1987) “The ancient Mesopotamians were convinced that the world as a whole could not be explained at all and, to make sense of it, they could only imagine that it had been created and was ruled by superhuman beings… And in the land of ancient written tradition where the decisions of the ruler were regulrly proclaimed in writing, the gods had to make sure that will was laid down and committed to memory.

How? …when the gods produced either a being which did not look like the original or a strange happening, which was sudden or weird, they were expressing their desire to predict an equally unusual destiny, one that could be understood if you knew how to decipher it through the occurence of an abnormal event… Such was the basis of deductive divination: you had to read into the strange or irregular events or objects to extract and deduce the divine decisions affecting the future of those concerned: whether it be the king, the country or an individual associated with the object of the divinatory act.

The miracles of saints

If you want to enter into the world of real or imaginary miracles by Christian saints, we advise you to read The Golden Legend (edited by H Champion, 1997), by Jacques de Varazze de Voragine, a Dominican monk and Archbishop of the town of Genoa in Italy. In the 12th century, he scrupulously edited a chronology of the life and times of the saints.
You cand find out, for example, how Saint Elizabeth healed a monk, gave life back to a hanged0man, a drowned-man and gave sight back to someone born blind. You will read how Saint Martin resuscitated a dead man, how a ball of fire appeared on his head and how he himself appeared several times in different places after his death, notably to heal a blind man and a paralysed person.
Another story has it that Zozime buried Saint Mary, the Egyptian, with the help of a lion, how Saint Peter appeared to Saint Agatha and healed her and how a volcanic eruption was stopped dead by his veil.
This list of miracles attributed to saints goes on and on. Reading through it, we can better understand how and why they belong to the world of beliefs whilst prodigies remain in the domain of omens and divination. Each era has its miracles and omens which are signs of the times.