Numerology information Whitsun:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Songs about Whitsun:

songsDancing at Whitsun by Maddy Prior & Tim Hart from the Album Summer Solstice

songsDancing at Whitsun by Jean Redpath from the Album Jean Redpath

songsRepleatur os meum laude tua (Introit on the Friday before Whitsun) (Voice) by Choralschola of the Niederaltaicher Scholaren;Konrad Ruhland from the Album Gregorian Chant

songsDancing At Whitsun by Priscilla Herdman from the Album The Water Lily

songsDancing at Whitsun by Bok/ Trickett/ Muir from the Album Harbors of Home

songsDancing at Whitsun / The Battle of the Somme by Jil Chambless from the Album The Ladies Go Dancing

songsAn Awakening - Whitsun Dance by Shirley & Dolly Collins from the Album The Harvest Years


Books about Whitsun:

booksThe Whitsun Weddings by Philip Larkin (Jan 1971)

booksWhitsun and Ascension: An Introductory Reader (Festivals) by Rudolf Steiner and Matthew Barton (Jun 30, 2007)

booksThe Whitsun Impulse and Christ's Activity in Social Life by Sergei O. Prokofiev and Willoughby Ann Walsche (Dec 31, 2010)

booksTHE WHITSUN WEDDINGS Poems by Philip Larkin by Philip Larkin (1964)

booksThe Whitsun Weddings (Faber Poetry) by Larkin, Philip (2001) Paperback (1000)

books"The Whitsun Weddings" and "The Less Deceived" by Philip Larkin (Master Guides) by Andrew Swarbrick (Aug 11, 1986)

booksRosicrucianism Renewed: The Unity of Art, Science & Religion: The Theosophical Congress of Whitsun 1907 by Rudolf Steiner, Christopher Bamford and Marsha Post (Feb 28, 2007)


Wiki information Whitsun:


Whitsun is the name used in the UK and Ireland for the Christian festival of Pentecost, the seventh Sunday after Easter, which commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon Christ's disciples. In England it took on some characteristics of Beltane,...

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Pentecost is the Greek name for the Feast of Weeks, a prominent feast in the calendar of ancient Israel celebrating the giving of the Law on Sinai. This feast is still celebrated in Judaism as Shavuot. Later, in the Christian liturgical year, it...