The Origin of Christmas: Should a Christian Celebrate X-Mas?

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You Probably Know This Woman!

Issue Date: January/February 2007
By David W. Daniels

To the Aztecs, she was known as Tlazolteotl (TLAS-ohl-tay-OH-tul), the goddess of filth, gambling, prostitution and witchcraft, among other things. She was also known to the Aztecs as Coatlicue (co-AT-li-KWAY).

In the form of Coatlicue, she was a “virgin goddess” who became pregnant. The son she bore was supposed to be Huitzilopochtli (WHIT-sil-oh-POHKT-lee), the chief god of the Aztecs, reincarnated as a baby.

She was the goddess of the moon and of the morning/evening star (Venus). People who spoke different languages called her by other names. Some of them are Hecate, Astarte, Aphrodite, Venus, Isis, Semiramis and Ishtar (The fertility goddess which is where we derive the word Easter). Note: Easter is the first Sunday after the first new moon of another pagan holiday known as Ostara which March or 21st or 22nd. The Goddess Ostara (AKA: Ishtar), for whom “Easter” is named — Ostara as well as Easter is one of the Illuminati’s Human Sacrifice Nights

She is also known as the Roman Catholic “Virgin Mary” goddess.

Her son had many names as well. Some of them are Horus, Harpocrates, Mithras, Sol Invictus, Hercules, Attis and Tammuz. What do these god-babies have in common? Well, for one, they were all born on December 25th.  Which is where we derive the pagan celebration of Christmas from, which was originally known by the Romans as Saturnalia.  December 21-22 — Winter Solstice/Yule. One of the Illuminati’s Human Sacrifice Nights December 21- 22 — Yule — When the sun begins its northward trek in the sky, and days began to grow longer again, pagans celebrated the Winter Solstice by burning the Yule log. Since the sun had reversed itself and was now rising in the sky, pagans believed this was a sign that the human sacrifices carried out in Samhain (Halloween) had been accepted by the gods. The Roman Catholic Church later changed the day of celebration to December 25, calling it Christmas.

Roman Catholicism  is a demonic blend of ancient pagan religions made to look like Christianity.

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Christmas was not among the earliest festivals of the Church. It was celebrated, commemorated, or observed, neither by the apostles nor in the apostolic church — not for at least the first 300 years of church history!

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3 thoughts on “The Origin of Christmas: Should a Christian Celebrate X-Mas?

  1. I think a family celebration focused on love, togetherness, and giving is quite in order at midwinter, especially if combined with the Christmas Gospel and particular generosity towards those in need.
    A commercialized consumption feast based on gimme, gimme, gimme and on maxing out the credit cards, on the other hand, is simply Mammon worship. You cannot serve both God and Mammon, so in this aspect, the question in the headline is an oxymoron: people doing the commercial Christmas cannot be Christians.
    Why it should be called Christmas is unclear, as Jesus was born during the warm part of the year, when shepherds stay out in the fields with their flocks in the Holy Land. But, as you show, that’s the doing of the people who merged the newly legalized Christian church with all the existing pagan cults in order to maximize attendance and revenue.
    I’ve read that the Mary cult of the Catholic Church is more closely related to the Hekate cult (the Earth mother of ancient Greek observance before the Trojan War) than to the Isis cult. But let the experts argue about that.
    Interesting stuff you dig up, Jeff. Merry Christmas!
    Robert

  2. Jeff Fenske

    Robert,
    I’m glad you found this interesting, and I just posted two more on this amazing deception. The more I read the more I want nothing to do with the “ho, ho, ho” side of this holiday. It’s diabolical!
    I’m glad I found out almost from the get-go that my dad planted the presents under the tree. I hid behind a chair (after I went to bed) and watched him do it soon after I was told the Santa Claus myth as if it was a fact.
    I had a hunch something was fishy. Perhaps I was born a skeptic, or maybe the Holy Spirit gave me the idea that something was amiss. Thank God that I had to find out for myself!

    Santa Claus: The Great Imposter — “Ho! Ho! Ho! I Am God” — Omniscient, Omnipresent, Omnipotent | Santa = Satan; elves = demons | Saint Nicholas never existed?
    The Christmas Compromise: It All Began With a Tree and a Snake — Enacting Out an Ancient Tradition of Tree Worship

    It’s amazing how so many ‘Christians’ accept and play along with the antichrist traditions of this festival — and have for centuries! We’ve polluted our culture to the point that today, Santa and his elves – and – the witches and demons of Halloween are readily accepted virtually everywhere, even workplaces and public schools…. No wonder it’s all going down.
    I, personally, want to be squeaky clean of everything that is from the dark side. And then to be Spirit-led and heart-led from there.
    How this must grieve Jesus’ heart! The Devil is so slick how he gets away with impersonating God, getting even little children to worship and trust in him more than Jesus.
    It’s amazing that “ho, ho, ho” is actually Satan’s laugh, according to history and to what we know, now, how this deception works.
    Yikes! It seems to me that churches should lead in praying prayers of repentance from having anything to do with this anti-Jesus cult. This could very well have given demons entrance into themselves and those they’ve influenced, especially their children, if they did spread this myth in any way.
    And it would be great if these parents would apologize to their children for leading them astray, if they have by teaching them to trust in Santa (Satan) instead of Jesus.
    This is serious idolatry that children often really do whole-heartedly believe!
    I cringe at the thought of how many have been led astray by this incredibly prevalent deception.
    Bless you!
    Jeff Fenske

  3. Jeff,
    I think I may be harping on this subject a little too long, but I thought I should add a paragraph on Santa from my free e-book Walkabout: The History of a Brief Century. You probably didn’t read the whole book, so here’s a quote for you:
    “The difference between religion and the Christian faith,” Sarah began, “is demonstrated every year by that jolly old elf, Santa Claus. Santa makes a list and checks it twice: he sets out to reward those who have been good. Santa Claus institutes a religion, in this case temporary parent worship, which, mercifully, ends the minute the presents have been secured. In his book, there’s no pardon and no way out of a bad record even if the guilty understand their failure.
    “This is a modern perversion of the original story about Santa. The historic model for Santa Claus, St. Nicholas, was a fourth century bishop of Asia Minor, the Asian part of today’s Turkey. He didn’t invent Christmas gifts—they had been given at that time of the year since centuries—but he gave them to orphaned street children, unloved urchins who didn’t deserve them and knew it. He did so not just out of his good nature but also to illustrate the unearned gift of salvation available to all of us who are willing to admit our sins and call on Jesus for help.”
    What an interesting thought.
    “So the commercial Santa Claus is a heathen,” I mused. “That’s what keeps alive this idea that you have to buy your salvation by being good! Santa is the only exponent of Christianity most people ever encounter, and, knowing no better, they let the cartoonists tell them that God—or St. Peter—will decide their eternal fate based on a list of their doings just like Santa!”
    “You said it,” Sarah replied. “The true message about salvation through God’s grace and the blood of Christ just doesn’t make it into the headlines. It’s too undramatic, and it threatens the cash flows of all those who are out there selling their services as intermediaries. Cutting out the glitzy ritual and the complicated dogma takes away the entertainment value, and most people lose interest.”
    “Also, not that many people are willing to proclaim such a message,” Adrian added. “Messing with established cash flows is the most dangerous thing you can do in any walk of life. Every prophet in the Old Testament did just that, as they preached repentance and turning away from idols. They took away business from well-established pagan priests, and, normally, they paid for that with their lives. So did Jesus Christ, throwing the merchants and moneychangers out of the Temple and telling people that they needed just one rule, the Great Commandment. He was ruining the business of both merchants and experts on Mosaic Law. Every reformer of the faith after him did the same thing to some established and corrupt branch of the Church, and most were killed for it. Even the prophet Mohammed made powerful enemies, teaching that Muslims were to face Allah directly.”
    Happy New Year!
    Robert

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