The Origins of Christmas




Christmas and the spirit of Christmas seem to evoke powerful emotions recently and especially today. Naturally most people feel infuriated by the establishment’s attack on Christmas , which is meant to stir controversy , to distract, to divide and conquer. This has already been covered by many websites and it’s not our concern here to repeat their words.

Our concern is to ask questions that no one else thought of asking, like why is this particular matter the subject of such intense emotions? Of course, one could say that most people take their tradition very seriously and don’t like it when globalist funded foundations try to undermine this tradition. But what exactly IS that tradition ?  Well, tradition is the belief in the authenticity of myths written in ancient texts, and this brings us to the next question: what exactly ARE those ancient myths. Our definition of ancient myths here differs from the modern understanding of the term “myth” which stands for fairy tales, imaginary legends, or outright distortions and lies.

While many believe this definition should also apply for ancient myth, we believe enough research has been conducted recently to define ancient myth as poetic memories of past events. In other words, ancient myths, like those found in Judeo-Christian scriptures (or any other ancient text) depict actual history from the past. Since these memories originated in the pre-scientific era they are mystified behind a veil of anthropomorphic renditions of natural forces – chiefly, the planets – reduced to semi-human figures, but these are not natural forces that manifest themselves today. Thus ancient myth can be described as a series of memories depicting the recent history of the solar system.

Why the 25th of December  ? 

Many have already pointed out that the actual birth date of the historical figure Jesus isn’t really known, and that it isn’t likely to be in December. The debate over the historical human figure, however, is a distraction from the real significance of December 25th, which is the solstice of winter. This fact too was used to claim that Christmas has “pagan origins”, but this claim doesn’t really explain anything. The truth is that winter solstice is a pale echo of a far greater past event, namely the resurrection and triumph of the archaic “sun god” Saturn\Mithra over darkness, or in other words it echoes the past phases of the Planet Saturn as remembered from ancient times.

Saturn during antiquity was called “the original sun” or the “best sun” who ruled the golden age of mankind which ended 5,000 years ago. Up until then the earth, together with mars and Venus , was a satellite of Saturn, with all three planets suspended in a linear conjunction beneath Saturn’s southern pole. During lengthy periods of that era, a luminous plasma vortex stretched between the earth and mars, and thus seemed to wield the five pointed star of Venus at its apex. The Christmas tree mimics that celestial structure to this day, and the strong attraction of most people to these memories is the subconscious yearning for the golden age of humanity, which has by now transformed itself to the messianic beliefs and end-of-days prophecies, namely the hope that future will bring back the lost golden age.

For full details of the above, watch the video below. Merry Christmas !

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This is one of the most important documentaries you will ever see. These are first glimpses of celestial dramas in ancient times. Just a few thousand years ago a gathering of planets hung as towering forms in the ancient sky close to the earth, provoking spectacular electric discharge formations above our forebears.