"Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Saturnalia" ...? (UPDATED)Submitted by Lawmanjed on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 18:18
Pagan origins behind many popular Christmas customs:
Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays DailyPaul!
Christmas in America for over a century has been a tradition of giving, sharing, caring, and love. In the Spirit of Christ, we celebrate the birth of Christ. At least that is what it is supposed to be about. Commercialization, 'black friday' greedy shoppers pushing and shoving over teletubbies and pokemon, are not what it is supposed to be about. Or is it?
As a child, I always loved Christmas the most of all the Holidays (including Hannuka, which I, as a child to Christian mother and Jewish father have always celebrated both).
And there is one very good reason why children love Christmas more than any other Holiday, with the possible exception of Halloween...
The celebration of the Birth and Spirit of Christ the Messiah?!
Unfortunately, that is probably not the typical answer a kid would give you.
The answer is most likely... Presents. Toys... and who brings the toys?
Santa Clause!! Of course...
But who is Santa Clause? Where does he, and this tradition come from? Why is he cloaked in red? What is his obsession with children? And why does he come like a thief in the night, through the fireplace, to give your child gifts, or punish them with black coal... or worse?
Santa Clause, aka "Satan Claws" is actually a Pagan demon representative of the 'god' SATURN, aka Kronos, or Krompus, etc...
Yeshua the Messiah, aka Jesus Christ was almost certainly not born in December, but was born in Autumn or possibly Spring. So what is the basis for celebrating in December?
The pagan Roman custom of Saturnalia!
It is a celebration of the winter solstice.
Christmas Trees are also pagan symbolism! Like the Illuminati pyramid, with the 'star' or 'Lucifer' on top of the pyramid!
Please watch this documentary on the pagan History of Christmas...
And DON'T LET this ruin your holiday! While the X-mas may have began as a pagan holiday, the power of G-d through the Messiah has turned this day from being a day of pagan worship and debauchery, into a day to celebrate the true Lord, and His Spirit of Giving and Caring, and sharing that Spirit with all! Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays!