4th Of July Fireworks Images: It’s the Fourth of July weekend. We’re supposed to be celebrating Independence Day. In America, we celebrate the date of our independence from Great Britain on July 4th. Everyone loves this American celebration with all the food, fireworks, and big bangs, but very few people know the true hidden occult significance of this date.
July 4th is a very important day not just for American Independence, but also because this date coincides with the ending of an era of the Old Testament under the rule of Yahweh, to form a new Age under the rule of Universal Brotherhood (Catholic Church) with Jesus Christ as the cornerstone. A new beginning on July 4, 13 B.C. created under the New Testament (New Law) and more recently in the year 1776, we Americans celebrate July 4th as the formal day in the creation of what we know of today as the U.S.A. Inc.
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How has it been celebrated through history?
Fireworks, speeches, parties, feasts and general celebrations have marked the day since the 18th century. In Bristol, Rhode Island, there was a salute of 13 gunshots in the morning and evening in 1777. The town has held the nation’s longest running Independence Day celebration.
In 1778, George Washington, then a general in the revolutionary army, issued his troops with a double rum ration. The first recorded music commemorating independence was the ‘Pslam of Joy’, written by Johann Friedrich Peter in Salem, North Carolina. Many towns and cities across the US have their own annual celebrations.
How do people celebrate it today?
Firework displays and parties are the most well-known activities associated with Independence Day. All major cities have fireworks displays and there is also one given by the White House. As a national holiday, it also serves as an occasion for reunions and vacations.
5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
1. The Declaration of Independence declared that the thirteen American colonies would remove themselves from British rule. Richard Henry Lee first announced the country’s resolution to separate itself from England in June of 1776, and after Congress agreed to sever all political ties between the two countries, they drafted what today is known as the Declaration of Independence.
2. By the time the colonies officially declared their independence from Great Britain, the US had been at war with Britain for a little over a year. The war, which lasted until 1783, rejected British aristocracy, overthrew their authority, and founded what we know today as the United States of America.
3. Though July 4th is a huge holiday these days, it wasn’t really celebrated for about 15-20 years after the declaration was signed. Constitution Facts writes, “It was too new, and too much else was happening in the young nation.” After all, the American Revolution was being fought until 1783. After the war ended, however, the Fourth of July became a holiday in many places– there were speeches, military events, parades, and fireworks, all in celebration of the United States being independent.
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How do We Celebrate 4th Of July
In the United States, Independence Day’ (also known as the Fourth of July for the day on which it is Annually celebrated) is a national holiday that celebrates the country’s declaration of independence from Great Britain. Traditionally, many people celebrate this day with picnics, parades, and fireworks, though festivities sometimes vary by state and cultures.
3. Dress up patriotically. Some citizens choose to wear clothes that have the U.S. flag design on them or choose to wear the red, white and blue. You can have a lot of fun trying to look as patriotic as possible using just these colors.
- Have someone to draw the flag on your cheek with washable finger paint.
- Wear a flag pin on your clothes.
- Paint the US flag on your nails.
4. Show your support by watching a local 4th of July parade in your community or city. Be sure to wear a hat, apply sunscreen and bring your own water, so that you’re comfortable all day.
- Get into the parade spirit by waving back at the participants or clapping as U.S. veterans pass by.
- It’s a good idea to bring a folding chair or blanket if there is a seating area.
5. Enjoy a barbecue or picnic with family or friends. Get together around at least 1 pm or so to spend the afternoon together. Traditionally, 4th of July food consists of:
- Hot dogs
- American flag cake
6. Pop fireworks or attend a fireworks show provided by the city at night. Most cities and towns provide a fireworks display of some kind. Check the information site of your city or municipality for details.
- Check your local regulations for popping your own fireworks. Most states have laws against fireworks for personal use depending on the type or size. Some states also have laws pertaining to the time range individual citizens are allowed to pop fireworks; for example, most states require a cessation of firework popping by midnight or 1 am.
- If you’re a keen photographer, here are some tips on photographing fireworks.
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