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Pagan Holidays

Drew Carey is right in saying Americans celebrate a lot of holidays which have nothing to do with the Bible. Many Americans run high with the pagan Winter Holiday and consider it the major Christian festival having a Nordic Santa flying through the sky to bring presents to their children. they also think Jesus Christ his birthday would be on what they do not seem to know is the birthday of the goddess of light.

Did the Americans ever question where Santa Claus came into the picture by Jesus birth? And why celebrate somebodies birthday months after he was born, because Jesus was born in what is the Autumn-time in America. (October 17, 4BCE) and what have fur-trees to do with Bethlehem or the nativity of Christ?

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Halloween is Satanist Christmas

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Further reading

  1. So Thanksgiving was ordained by whom?
  2. Happy Hallonksmas
  3. The origin of Christmas
  4. Ho Ho Hum
  5. Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?
  6. Who does Thanksgiving, actually Thank!
  7. Dang those spooky Druids
  8. The dark side of Halloween
  9. Ghosts by Lauren Raine
  10. Acts 5:29 “… We ought to obey God rather than men”
  11. Halloween – An Occultic Observance
  12. Halloween and the forces of darkness
  13. The Witch’s Desk: Celebrate September! ~ Full Moon & Autumnal Equinox
  14. The Witch’s Desk: Celebrate October! ~ Full Moon & Samhain
  15. Halloween (…and other pagan holidays)
  16. The Pagan Roots of Halloween
  17. Offerings to the Ancestors
  18. Should Christians Not celebrate Chrismas?
  19. Pagan Holidays in a Muggle Environment

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Jeremiah 10:2 Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.

2 Corinthians 6:17 Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,

Colossians 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.

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Halloween is Satanist Christmas

Those who at last come to see that Halloween is a heathen feast should also recognise that Christmas is also a pagan festival and also to being avoided by Christians. Jews, Christians and Muslims do not have to bring all those heathen elements of Christmas in their house and should not have a Santa Claus coming into their house.

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To remember

  • Behind playful facade, Halloween celebrates perversion = real meaning of the occult = “indoctrination into Druid paganism, witchcraft, and Satanism.”
  • felt transformed into something more powerful than my self
  • masks, chants + dancing used to invoke spiritsperson wearing mask feels internally transformed + takes on temporarily qualities of the god or demon represented by the mask
  • Satanic Bible ranks Halloween = one of the two most important festivals on the Satanic calendar. 
  • Oct 30-31: All Hallows Eve + Halloween Nightblood + sexualsexual climax, association with the demons, animal and/or human sacrifice > any age (male or female and/or animal)
  • Nov 1Satanist High: (Holy Day related to Halloween) blood + human sacrifice any age (male or female)
  • 2° “holiest” time is May Day, the Communist-Satanist founding day.
  • Halloween part of family heritage = ancient harvest festival called Samhain (pronounced “sah-win”) > from old religion of the Druids
  • Julius Caesar described the Druid Samhain harvest festival in ‘The Gallic Wars’ > described Druids as a theocracy that enslaved peasant population through terror
  • joy of harvest festival was combined with mass human sacrifices, when thousands of men, women and children were burned alive in giant ‘Wicker Man’ structures.
  • wickerman.jpg1° Roman historian Strabo recorded: Romans put a stop to these customs + to the ones connected with sacrifice + divination => conflict with own ways
  • Romans = broke up Druid theocracy
  • Roman Church Christianized most of the festivals => Samhain belief spirits of the dead + demons roam nights of Harvest Festival became “All Saints Day”.
  • masked + cloaked Druid priests of old replaced with peasant in masks + costumes
  • Christianized visitor asked for food in return for saying a prayer for departed members of the household
  • All Saints Day has absolutely nothing to do with anything in the Bible.
  • Gallic Druid mass sacrifice tradition resurrected by the Illuminati during French Revolution
  • ancient festivals relentlessly resurrected under various covers.
  • more to Halloween masks than changing suits => person wearing mask feels internally transformed + takes on temporarily qualities of the god or demon represented by the mask = opportunity to act out one’s desires or fantasies => night of inversion
  • statistical spike of rapes associated with costume parties, especially if drugs are involved
  • HELL-NIGHT.jpgDevil’s Night or Hell Night = crime wave of Halloween violence + vandalism
  • most famous + destructive = ‘Hell Night’ in  Detroit, Michigan from the 70s through the 90s which crossed the line from smashing windows to major + widespread arson,  gun fights, + murder.
  • Halloween designed to be framework for self initiation into the Luciferian way of thinking
  • Halloween mushroomed since 1966, so has obsession + ‘revolution’ of perverted sex, the occult, and admiration of serial killers and psychotics.
  • Halloween = religious indoctrination + formation into Druid paganism, witchcraft, + Satanism.

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Preceding posts

Family happiness and little things we do

He who beams never walks in the dark

Welcome to Easter 2014

The Evolution Of Passover–Past To Present

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  1. October month of witches and spirits
  2. Autumn traditions for 2014 – 2 Summersend and mansend
  3. Autumn traditions for 2014 – 3 Black Mass, Horror spectacles and pure puritans
  4. Autumn traditions for 2014 – 4 Blasphemy and ridiculing faith in God
  5. Autumn traditions for 2014 – 6 Bonfire night
  6. Halloween custom of the nations
  7. Holidays, holy days and traditions
  8. All Saints’ Day
  9. All Souls’ Day
  10. The imaginational war against Christmas

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Further reading

  1. Should Satanists Indoctrinate their own kids?
  2. Halloween in Japan
  3. 2 LAFD Firefighters Charged With Assaulting Man Handing Out Halloween Candy
  4. This Is Halloween
  5. The clitoris is the devil’s doorbell! / Mooning snowmen / Grammar!
  6. Eye spy you… ~ WP Photo Challenge
  7. Halloween 2015
  8. Yale University Teacher Resigns After Saying Students Should Be Free To Wear ‘Offensive’ Halloween Costumes
  9. Pagan Holidays
  10. Welcome to my world of Magic
  11. October 2015 – In which the wincy wincy spider comes out for Halloween
  12. This is Halloween (Sneaky preview)
  13. Happy Hallonksmas
  14. Tish, I love it when you speak French!
  15. Halloween has never been my thing
  16. Halloween Sewing
  17. Wades World ep 9 The Magic Kingdom and stuff
  18. Every Day is Halloween!

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From henrymakow.com, by Richard Evans, Oct 2015

Trick_or_Treater.jpgThe Hidden History of Halloween

Behind the playful facade, Halloween celebrates perversion, which is the real meaning of the occult. It is “indoctrination into Druid paganism, witchcraft, and Satanism.”
I was initiated into Halloween in 1959.  I was four-years-old.  My grandmother let me choose a costume at the Five and Dime. I went straight for a latex red devil mask that came with shiny red rayon cape.When I wore the mask, I felt transformed into something more powerful than my four-year-old self.  After Halloween night, my grandmother took it away because I persisted in wearing it. Neighbors were beginning to talk.

Years later I learned in an anthropology course that masks, chants and dancing are used to invoke spirits. “The person wearing the mask feels internally transformed and takes on temporarily the qualities of the god or demon represented by the mask”…

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Family happiness and little things we do

The actions we undertake daily and seem to be such ‘little things’ we do in our everyday life, go further than we anticipate in solidifying or weakening the relationships in families. At the end of the track they proof to be very important and a necessity to have been structured in solid clay.

Many may think that annual family vacations have to be going abroad and that we all have to be partakers of worldly traditional feasts, like Christmas celebrations and Valentine’s Day gift-giving practices which have become integral consumption rituals in contemporary families. These man made artificial celebrations are no guaranty to family happiness. It is a wrong idea to think a family can not be happy when it does not celebrate Christmas, Easter or any other heathen or so called Christian feast.

Those who want to keep to God’s Will and as such abstain from the heathen feasts like Halloween, Christmas, Easter, still can enjoy very happy moments together. All the material presents may be very nice surprises with bring joy, but they also can be given at other moments. And all family members should be aware that it is not the material which brings happiness, but the feeling of being together and sharing a happy time with each other.

We have been socialised by media, family and other social institutions to dedicate more attention to these rather conspicuous consumption experiences and have gradually become less concerned of the importance of the mundane, everyday consumption behaviour to our relationships and overall family wellbeing.

In many families we can see that parent buy their children. When divorced and one parent gives something the other parent want to give something more expensive and bigger.

we fail to recognise and appreciate the underpinning significance of these frequently taken-for-granted consumption experiences to happiness, satisfaction and stability in our family relationships. Instead we seek to construct family bonding through perhaps rather superficial, conspicuous consumption acts such as buying expensive gifts for loved ones, committing to elaborative annual family holidays and following extensive Christmas rituals.

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Preceding articles:

Families with four or more kids most happiest

How to Raise a Happy Child

 

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Additional reading:

  1. Self-development, self-control, meditation, beliefs and spirituality
  2. Focus on outward appearances
  3. Being Religious and Spiritual 8 Spiritual, Mystic and not or well religious
  4. Holidays, holy days and traditions
  5. Thanksgivukkah and Advent
  6. Autumn traditions for 2014 – 6 Bonfire night
  7. Halloween custom of the nations
  8. Autumn traditions for 2014 – 1: Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet
  9. Christian values, traditions, real or false stories, pure and upright belief
  10. Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #3 Days to be kept holy or set apart
  11. A season of gifts
  12. Irminsul, dies natalis solis invicti, birthday of light, Christmas and Saturnalia
  13. Wishing lanterns and Christmas
  14. Christmas, Saturnalia and the birth of Jesus
  15. God’s Special Gift
  16. Christmas customs – Are They Christian?
  17. The Evolution Of Passover–Past To Present
  18. Who Celebrates Easter as Religious Holiday
  19. Eostre, Easter, White god, chocolate eggs, Easter bunnies and metaphorical resurrection
  20. Easter: Origins in a pagan Christ
  21. 14-15 Nisan and Easter
  22. 14 Nisan a day to remember #4 A Lamb slain
  23. Easter holiday, fun and rejoicing
  24. Not bounded by labels but liberated in Christ
  25. Seven Bible Feasts of JHWH

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