October 23, 2022: Martyrs Eulampius and Evlampia – what not to do today

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October 23, 2022: Martyrs Evlampija and Evlampija - what you can't do it today

According to ancient beliefs, today it is better to stop eating fatty foods and alcohol.

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What happened on this day?

Today the Orthodox Church honors the memory of the brother and sister, martyrs Evlampy and Evlampy. This is a period when the day was significantly reduced.

The world celebrates the Day of the organizer of the talk show and the Day of a change for the better.

What can not be done on October 23?

► eat fatty foods

► drink alcohol

Folk beliefs and omens:

► on Eulampia, the horns of the month point to the side where the winds come from

► today the Pre-Winter begins (from October 23 to November 27).

► if the horns of the month are at midnight (to the north) – to be fast and strict winter, snow will fall on dry land; if at noon (to the south) – don’t wait for the coming winter, there will be mud and slush, until the Kazan autumn it won’t wash with snow, won’t dress up in a white caftan

Born today:

1940 – Pele (real name Edson Arantis do Nascimento), Brazilian footballer, three-time world champion, “king of football”

Angel Day is celebrated by:

Ambrose, Andrey, Anton, Efim, Hilarion, Kirill, Kuzma, Pavel, Parfyon, Savva, Sergey and Yakov

And also on this day:

1769 – three-wheeled steam cart – the ancestor of the automobile – for the first time reaches a speed of 4.5 km/h

1814 – in London, the surgeon Joseph Carpew (English Joseph Carpue) officially performed the first plastic surgery in modern history – to restore the shape of the nose

1859 – the first Sunday school was opened in Kyiv

2000 – Chinese archaeologists discovered a museum of musical instruments, which was created 2,000 years ago during the Han Dynasty

2000 — Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania discovered the oldest bacteria, which, according to them, are about 250 million years old

2000 — US President Bill Clinton signed a $58 billion executive order to establish a national standard for drinking and driving. According to the document, now the driver's blood can contain no more than 0.08% alcohol