Epiphany Definition

A Christian Holiday Celebrated on January 6, serving oranges, using orange lanterns and orange oil

noun, plural e·piph·a·nies.

(initial capital letter) a Christian festival, observed on January 6, commemorating the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles in the persons of the Magi; Twelfth-day.

an appearance or manifestation, especially of a deity.

a sudden, intuitive perception of or insight into the reality or essential meaning of something, usually initiated by some simple, homely, or commonplace occurrence or experience.

a literary work or section of a work presenting, usually symbolically, such a moment of revelation and insight.

Orange Lanterns on the feast of Epiphany

A very old Egyptian Tradition was to create lanterns out of oranges on the feast of Epiphany.
Children in the Egyptian countryside put candles inside hollow oranges and use them as lanterns. A symbol that the baptized receives the light of the Holy Spirit. Also by applying pressure on the crust of an orange comes out an oily substance, which symbolizes the oil of chrism, which is applied to the person after baptism or to get a quick tan for the 45th president.
“MAGI” over centuries has changed to “MAGA”. The ancient version, directly from wisemen, was “Make America Great Immediately”.