Liberals Hate Christians And Want Them Crushed: The Battle To Banish Christmas

Pagans Stole Christmas from Christians! – YouTube


An amusing song about winter festivities…even now, debate rages around Christmas celebrations as well as Easter and this is due to the European pagans, when they were forced by the Roman government to convert to the new religion 1,700 years ago, clung to many of their own pagan holidays and beliefs and these all merged over time into what we see today.  The merging became much more obvious during the 19th century when ancient pagan practices grew much greater in popularity and celebrated even more than the Christian practices.  We now have a much more pagan spring and winter holidays today while radicals are trying to wipe out all traces of Christian practices via forbidding anyone from doing these in public anymore.


I am always amused by the paganization of Christmas.  My grandfather, a Victorian astronomer, hated all religions and was a true Scrooge about Christmas…bah, humbug.  As an earnest child, I would try to explain Christmas to him for my mother, in reaction to her own father, became a big time Lutheran Christian and was the church organist, taught me to be very religious.


The oddest thing about my grandfather’s stroke was, he reverted to his childhood and loved to go to church!  This surprised me back then.  I grew very curious about the Christmas celebrations and wondered why it was partially attached to the winter solstice.  Living with the tribe that hosted Kitt Peak observatories, I went to their Catholic celebrations of Christmas but also saw their older religious practices about saving the sun from the death vultures that circle Bavaquivari mountain’s very interesting peak which was the ‘scribe’ to delineate the day the sun ceased decreasing and changed to rising earlier again.


Across the planet, universally, humans have created religions and stories explaining this business of the days growing shorter and shorter and then switching to longer and longer.  There is considerable fear and stress surrounding this passages of the sun for there is a natural fear of whether the sun will continue to vanish and cease all together.


Thus, all sorts of fire-related magic spells and anxious watching of the sun’s cycle leading to Stonehenge and other items set up to track the sun.  Of older use are things like Bavaquivari mountain which are huge fingers pointing to the sky and are great for tracking the sun’s movement.


Since we humans evolved rapidly during the launch of the Ice Age cycles, we have tremendous inbuilt fear of Eternal Winter which is very understandable.


Universities strive for ‘Christmas’-free campuses: the radical leftists who took over our schools hate all Christian celebrations and want to wipe them out totally while at the same time, petting Muslims and telling us all, it is OK for them to be religious in public!


 As another Christmas quickly approaches, colleges across the country are issuing their annual guidelines on how to make the season as inclusive as possible.


At the University of California, Irvine, for instance, individual departments are encouraged to “focus on celebrating a special occasion, instead of a specific holiday,” suggesting that they have a “year-end celebration” or celebrate “seasonal themes such as fall, winter, or spring.”


This isn’t even pagan!  Who celebrates ‘winter’?  All humans have many interesting stories explaining winter and telling about heroic changes to the dangers of winter so we get spring again.


A huge component of this is lighting big bonfires.  Non-roman pagans in Europe often stuffed humans and animals inside of huge baskets woven like a man and light these.  The brutal Romans were shocked by this practice and utterly suppressed it.  The Romans celebrated winter with a jolly festival and the very word ‘festival’ comes from the name of the god they celebrated.


The California university also requests that academic departments “ensure that office celebrations are not indirectly celebrating religious holidays,” suggesting that they display “diverse symbols representing a variety of faith traditions along with secular ones.”


More than one person has noted over time that this means eliminating menorahs which is the Jewish ‘light something to bring back the sun’ magic.  Each day, another candle is lit and the light grows.  All humans do winter lighting up magic in Eurasia because being further north than Africa, the further north one is, the more one fears winter for obvious reason, winter is a dangerous and very cold time and quite dark so people in say, Norway, have virtually no sun on the shortest day of the year and thus, fear it greatly.


The State University of New York, Brockport has issued similar guidance on “culturally sensitive holiday decorations,” even advising employees to “consider a grab bag instead of a ‘Secret Santa’ gift exchange.”


Santa Claus is a classic fusion of pagan and Christian.  Christianity is, from the very beginning, a merging of the Roman systems and Jewish systems.  For example, the Romans worshipped mere humans.  This is why July and August are named after emperors, not gods like April or May or January (Janus).


“Keep decorations general and nonspecific to any religion. Create a winter theme with lights and color rather than religious icons, or include decorations from all the cultural traditions represented in your department,” the guidelines add, saying the “holiday season should be considered an opportunity to demonstrate cultural sensitivity and inclusivity.”


Oh boy, no more menorahs for the Jewish kids!  Right?  Nope, that is OK.  Just no more Christian celebrations allowed.  Kwanza is a fake thing created by black radicals and Google celebrates this as well as these stupid schools.  Why?  Google, for example, no longer has any Christian celebration themes but has this for all other religions.


The radicals in California and New York desperately want to kill Christianity.  This is stupid and dangerous.  There is definitely a war against Christians on the left which has a long record of suppressing ALL religions whenever they take over any countries such as trying to destroy Buddhism in Asia when taking over China or Vietnam or Cambodia.


These leftist suppressions (ditto in Russia when communists cruelly crushed all religions) of all religions is now harnessed by the Muslims to their own desire to kill of all other religions which I find to be one of the strangest and stupidest alliances, ever.  I am betting on the Muslims crushing the leftists and reimposing some of the cruelest social systems on earth that deny civil rights to nearly everyone especially females.


Are Christian Holidays Pagan in Origin? – Come Reason Ministries


The Bible states that as the Jews would gather for services at the synagogue on Saturday, the believers would then meet on the first day of the week (Sunday – see Acts 20:7). It was on Sunday they would celebrate communion.


The Jews celebrate this season based on…the equinox.  The date of the celebration has shifted away from the actual astronomical equinox over the eons, that is, the last 4 thousand years so it no longer perfectly matches the equinox, itself.


All the religions see this over time for they adhere to human calendars instead of following the actual movements of the sun.  Since the earth wobbles on its axis (which is really scary when you really think about this!) and since the earth’s exposure to the axial crooked shifts, nothing can be pinned down by human calendars, one has to adjust these!


Well, things are now astronomically way out of whack today due to nothing being updated since ancient Rome so the Zodiac is now one whole month off and no longer tracks the rise and setting of various constellations which shift over the year as the earth’s tilt moves us from a ‘steady state’.  No horoscopes are correct if one is looking at the stars!


When the Gentiles began being converted, they would also meet on the first day of the week. However, since they weren’t Jews, they wouldn’t attend the Saturday synagogue service. Paul had no problems with this, as he wrote the Colossians “Therefore no one is to act as your judge in regard to food or drink or in respect to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath day– things which are a mere shadow of what is to come; but the substance belongs to Christ.” (Col. 2:16-17).


Paul knew that the ultimate plan was to steal all pagan celebrations and attach them to this Jewish human and thus, elevate their ‘teacher’ to god status.  The alteration of Jesus into a Roman god was based on the imperial practice of elevating mere humans like Julius Cesare into gods on the calendar.


The time of Christ’s resurrection is clearly shown in the New Testament to be the Sunday following the Jewish Passover. Jesus was arrested after having celebrated the Passover with His disciples. He was crucified and rose three days later. The fact that in subsequent centuries symbols of some other spring rites such as bunnies and eggs have made their way into the Easter celebration in no way makes the holiday pagan. Many of those symbols are expressions of new life – which certainly fits in with the theme of Easter.


But then Passover is a calendar holiday based on…the sun’s actions.  Passover


Passover or Pesach (/ˈpɛsɑːx, ˈpsɑːx/;[4] from HebrewפֶּסַחPesah, Pesakh), is an important, biblically-derived Jewish holiday. Jews celebrate Passover as a commemoration of their liberation by God from slavery in ancient Egypt and their freedom as a nation under the leadership of Moses. It commemorates the story of the Exodus as described in the Hebrew Bible, especially in the Book of Exodus, in which the Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt. According to standard biblical chronology, this event would have taken place at about 1300 BCE (AM 2450).[5]


Passover is a spring festival which during the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem was connected to the offering of the “first-fruits of the barley”, barley being the first grain to ripen and to be harvested in the Land of Israel.[6]


Originally, Passover was a calendar event but then became attached to specific days set up by humans and not observation of the sun.  As the eons passed, it moved away from strict adherence to the sun.  Note how the mythical escape from Egypt after all the magic spells of their new god (all this predated the ten commandments, for example) became attached to…the Spring Equinox.


Ahem.  Interesting.  Of course, myths surround the solar activity that humans are very scared about or worry about!  And all this is attached to the human invention, one of the greatest, actually TWO human inventions: how to make fire using tools and how to make food grow out of the earth using tools!


We are very hardwired to note the change in seasons and how these are connected to the sun.  In equatorial cultures where the sun changes are small, being the equator, and seasons barely exist, we have ‘dry seasons/wet seasons’ instead.  They have a calendar regularity surrounded by magic spells by humans.  Equatorial jungle cultures barely have any of this or have absolutely none since there are no seasons, and the sun barely shifts and changes, too.


When the Pharaoh freed the Israelites, it is said that they left in such a hurry that they could not wait for bread dough to rise (leaven). In commemoration, for the duration of Passover no leavened bread is eaten, for which reason Passover was called the feast of unleavened bread in the Torah or Old Testament.[10] Thus matzo (flat unleavened bread) is eaten during Passover and it is a tradition of the holiday.


HAHAHA.  I grew up eating tortillas which is the native ‘bread’ of the tribes in Arizona.  The ancient Middle Eastern cultures didn’t have bread that ‘rose’ like later cultures, four to five thousand years ago, most people ate flat bread because it is easy to cook over an open fire on a flat stone.


The history of ‘baking bread’ would be an interesting topic!  Flat bread is easy to store and distribute, for example. The more yeast, the quicker it grows mold, too, so flat bread stores much easier.  But rising dough is a luxury and over time, people preferred this because of its higher social status.


Historically, together with Shavuot (“Pentecost”) and Sukkot (“Tabernacles”), Passover is one of the Three Pilgrimage Festivals (Shalosh Regalim) during which the entire population of the kingdom of Judah made a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem.[11]Samaritans still make this pilgrimage to Mount Gerizim, but only men participate in public worship.[12][13]


And here is the horrible thing: like all religious sites, people like to go to specific places to practice their magic spells.  These places then become powerful points of hideous violence as humans fight over control of the Gods.  Since humans created the gods and not the reverse, well except for Random Chance, the goddess of gambling.  Yes, we mutate randomly and some mutations work better than others and these propagate and determine the creation of all life forms.  Lady Luck is the only really really powerful god…I suspect the entire universe came into being via Lady Luck rolling the dice and coming up with snake eyes one time too many.


BTW: Google has now annihilated all alternative blogs/news systems.  They no longer, even when I am very specific on my search for stories on my own blog, show ANYTHING but one link, namely the blog home page.  Not one specific story shows up.  We are being systematically wiped off of the search engines and many people are now complaining about how readership is falling due to this and this is totally deliberate by the evil Google owners who hate us and want to impose strict censorship of all opinions that differ from their own hideous beliefs.


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6 responses to “Liberals Hate Christians And Want Them Crushed: The Battle To Banish Christmas

  1. Oguy

    “BTW: Google has now annihilated all alternative blogs/news systems.”

    So it sounds like Google, and whatever collection of affiliated tribes their agenda represents, wants to impose its own form of belligerent and exclusivist monotheism on the masses– for “secular” ideologies have their “gods” too, in whatever form a sterile and flattened imagination can still conjure. So, in keeping with your statement that “humans created the gods and not the reverse”, what would this peculiar deity projected by the collective psyche of the Googlites look like? Any guesses? A cartoon, maybe?

  2. This destruction of the internet pisses me off greatly. It is high crime time. It is like living in the Soviet Union. And it is BORING! I love reading what other people have to say about whatever, I treasure the conversation online. But our rulers hate it. The Bilderberg gang in particular, hates this passionately.

    Google is now a huge part of the Bilderberg gang.

  3. Oguy

    Yes– to elaborate on the theme of this thread, I’m not sure which is the greater mindf**ck, technocracy or institutional/priestly religion. It’s a case of choosing your own poison, I guess. Incidentally, I just saw the following on Jon Rappoport’s blog today, which ties in perfectly with your last comment:

    “There are various forms of mind control. The one I’m describing here—the thinning of context—is universal. It confounds the mind by pretending depth doesn’t exist and is merely a fantasy.

    The mind, before it is trained away from it, is always interested in depth.

    Another way of putting it: the mind naturally wants more space, not less. Only constant conditioning can change this.

    Eventually, when you say “mind,” people think you’re referring to the brain, or they don’t know what you’re talking about at all.

    Mind control by eradicating the concept of mind.”

  4. Kenogami

    ” are things like Bavaquivari mountain which are huge fingers pointing to the sky”

    On youtube, they are called Baboquivari mountains, and there are many interesting videos.

  5. Lou

    I love reading what other people have to say about whatever,

    The same tribe that pushes ‘diversity’ does not want real diversity–of ideas and opinions.
    They want a monopoly and a monoculture, not diversity.

  6. Seraphim

    @leavened bread

    The Eucharist sacrifice uses leavened bread because it was a sacrifice of peace and thanksgiving (this is the meaning of Eucharist). In the OT it was called ‘todah’.

    “With the sacrifice of his peace offerings for thanksgiving he shall bring his offering with loaves of leavened bread. And from it he shall offer one loaf from each offering, as a gift to the LORD. It shall belong to the priest who throws the blood of the peace offerings. And the flesh of the sacrifice of his peace offerings for thanksgiving shall be eaten on the day of his offering. He shall not leave any of it until the morning. (Lev. 7:13-15)”

    The Passover sacrifice and the todah sacrifice were both peace offerings and, as such, shared the features common to that category. A characteristic of both was that the offering had to be eaten entirely on the same day that they were offered. The leavened bread was not meant to be stored.

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