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The Hat-Sip application was designed to be an african calendar that includes all the important dates. You can select a date and add new notes.
The Hat-Sip observances:
The Ngonde is the first day of each month for which family and friends come together for a monthly potluck of wabit foods and beverages. As a standard, elders are always to be served first and women are to allow the Sanuwaw-wanut (Service of the Brothers) by which the men are to wait upon the women in serving the food and picking up after them afterwards. This standard is to be maintained regardless of which gender is actually responsible for preparing a meal.
Among the annual observances of the hat-sip, the designation of a hatip refers to a day of refraining from laborious work.
- DJASR MUAT (HOLY GLORY of MUAT), observed RIA 0 as a hatip day of paying respectful consideration to the balance of nature that is MUAT.
- TAPY RANPAT (NEW YEAR), the first day of the hat-sip year observed GILIYANDA 1 with great festivity and romance in celebration of new life, enduring love, future success, and in commemoration of Niswt Aahmasi and the Expulsion of the Hyksos. As the historical "Liberator" and founder of the New Kingdom, Niswt Aahmasi represents the establishment of Maat brought about through liberation from foreign imposition. In commemorating his Expulsion of the Hyksos, a rejection of foreign domination and of those devoted to Swtax; the god of disorder, is also celebrated.
As the historical source behind the fictional story of Moses and the Exodus, the overall commemoration of the Expulsion is also a commemoration of Maat (Truth) over Isfat (Deception). In accordance with this analogy, the TAPY RANPAT celebrations are to begin with the revealing life-giving rays of sunrise in contrast to bringing in the year in the middle of the night. A prominent symbol of this day is the Djad pillar representing stability and personal renewal.
- NAFR (BEAUTY), observed SOSOBOO 15, can be superficially described as being a Muaty Valentines Day. However, more than a mere day of romance, NAFR is a celebration of life and beauty in general expressed with artistic creativity and gifts given to both ones parents as well as to ones mate. As such, NAFR is also a Parents Day honoring the feminine and masculine aspects of life in opposition to the practice of observing them separately as Mothers and Fathers Day. Further differing from Lupercalia (Valentines Day), NAFR is observed with the ancient expressions of Kamat rather than with the traditions of Europe.
- AWNYT MAAT (PILLARS of MAAT) is a hatip observed RIA 97 as a day devoted to contemplation (Pillar of Sia) and/or personal self-improvement (Pillar of Ria).
- DJASR MUAT of the autumnal equinox.
- HARMASWT (HARW-BIRTH) is observed RIA 280 (beginning at sunrise) as a hatip of feasting, luminous sun decorations, and images of Asit with the infant Harw representing the future hope for the establishment of Maat. In support of this hope, as well as to a true spirit of giving, any gifts to be given are to be given to Harw (i.e. the Muaty community) rather than to individuals.
- Java Runtime Files 1.4.2 or higher
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