The Twelve Days of Christmas

“The Twelve Days of Christmas” is an English Christmas carol that enumerates in the manner of a cumulative song a series of increasingly grand gifts given on each of the twelve days of Christmas (the twelve days after Christmas). The song, published in England in 1780 without music as a chant or rhyme, is thought to be French in origin. “The Twelve Days of Christmas” has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 68. The tunes of collected versions vary. The standard tune now associated with it is derived from a 1909 arrangement of a traditional folk melody by English composer Frederic Austin, who first introduced the now familiar prolongation of the verse “five gold rings”.
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rosh-hashanahThis year’s posts will honor that twelve-day tradition and hopefully provide a holiday transition from this year to next.

Two seminal events as relates my fascination and love for Christ and Claus occurred last year (2016).

The first was my reconnection with The Starseed Transmissions. This first volume of the Starseed Trilogy: Intuitive knowledge provides a startling new view of human evolution. Read more . . .

stillnessThe second was my publication of Plotsky yesterday.

Without further ado, let the season’s greetings and blessing continue to ensue!!!

To Our Father’s House

PS Events prevented me from making further posts at the time and I will pick up the promise next year. 12.15.17

About David Mills

David is the Founder, Catalyst, and Co-creator of Workplace Hidden Opportunities. Workplace Hidden Opportunities is an information management Specialized Knowledge Platform™ (SKP™) focused exclusively on the workplace and corporate real estate. Together with the W100 a book by the same title is in progress.
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