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BEHOLD #257 – Spring Equinox

She is an astronomical holiday that happens this year on March 20th at 5:37AM. She is also known as the vernal equinox. She occurs when the sun crosses the celestial equator and travels north. On this day, the sun sits exactly above the equator and so the hours of day and night are almost the same throughout the Pom world. Starting this day and continuing to the summer solstice, the day length increases. This means that temperatures rise and sleeping flowers wake up. Hibernating animals emerge and Poms all over the world celebrate. Iranians celebrate Nowruz, Japanese Buddhists celebrate Higan, and Mexicans celebrate at the Mayan–constructed Pyramid of Kukulcan. Spring loves all of this joyous celebration, and her blooms multiply as the Pom happiness multiplies. She is beautiful!

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