These agents of Lucifer have Protestants duped into sun worshiping on Dec. 25, but does anyone care

By Greg Szymanski, JD
Dec. 24, 2010

A few words about the true meaning of Christmas for my Jesuit adversaries who get such a big kick out worshiping Lucifer , the light bearer, on Dec. 25 while the rest of us think we are celebrating the birth of Christ.

Just for the record, biblical scholars are in total agreement that nowhere in the Bible does it say Jesus was born on Dec 25. However, if you take a close look at pagan sun worshiping, Dec. 25 signifies the rebirth of the sun in that the days get longer and longer according to the solar cycle.

In 1960, Franz Cumont, who wrote Astrology and Religion Among the Greeks and Romans (New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1960), pp. 89, 90, said this regarding the WInter Solstice and the rebirth of the sun:

“A very general observance required that on the 25th of December the birth of the “new Sun” should be celebrated, when after the winter solstice the days began to lengthen and the “invincible” star triumphed again over darkness. It is certain that the date of this Natalis Invicti was selected by the Church as the commemoration of the Nativity of Jesus, which was previously confused with the Epiphany.

“In appointing this day, universally marked by pious rejoicing, which were as far as possible retained,—for instance the old chariot-races were preserved,—the ecclesiastical authorities purified in some degree the customs which they could not abolish. This substitution, which took place at Rome probably between 354 and 360, was adopted throughout the Empire, and that is why we still celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December.”

Before delving further into Vatican Luceferian tradition and solar technicalities, imagine the sly laughter going on behind the walls of the Vatican as they are saying: “We got them now…look at all the sheep going to the altar thinking they are celebrating the birth of Christ when they are actually worshipping our Light Bearer, Lucifer…What fun we are having with this stupid sheeple!

But as researcher Charles Spurgeon has found, this is no laughing matter. Here are some of his quotes on Christmas:

“We have no superstitious regard for times and seasons. Certainly we do not believe in the present ecclesiastical arrangement called Christmas: first, because we do not believe in the mass at all, but abhor it, whether it be said or sung in Latin or in English; and, secondly, because we find no Scriptural warrant whatever for observing any day as the birthday of the Savior; and, consequently, its observance is a superstition, because not of divine authority.” (Charles Spurgeon, Sermon on Dec. 24, 1871).

“When it can be proved that the observance of Christmas, Whitsuntide, and other Popish festivals was ever instituted by a divine statute, we also will attend to them, but not till then. It is as much our duty to reject the traditions of men, as to observe the ordinances of the Lord. We ask concerning every rite and rubric, “Is this a law of the God of Jacob?” and if it be not clearly so, it is of no authority with us, who walk in Christian liberty.” (from Charles Spurgeon’s Treasury of David on Psalm 81:4.)

“…I hold it to be one of the greatest absurdities under heaven to think that there is any religion in keeping Christmas-day.” “…I do not see how consistent Protestants can account it in the least sacred.”

Here are some more interesting facts about the origins of Christmas as found on the Aloha web site with some final comments to Protestants who are again being duped by the Vatican and Jesuit led New World Order:

Origin of the word

The word for Christmas in late Old English is Cristes Maesse, the Mass of Christ, first found in 1038, and Cristes-messe, in 1131. [Christ’s Mass is conducted at midnight of the eve of December 25th, which is the only instance of a midnight Mass in the Catholic calendar.]

Dies Natalis Invicti Solis (birthday of the unconquered sun)

The well-known solar feast, however, of Natalis Invicti, celebrated on 25 December, has a strong claim on the responsibility for our December date.Source: The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume III,  Christmas, Copyright © 1908 by Robert Appleton Company, Online Edition Copyright © 1999 by Kevin Knight, Nihil Obstat, November 1, 1908. Remy Lafort, S.T.D., Censor Imprimatur. +John Cardinal Farley, Archbishop of New York.

Christmas, a “Pagan” feast?

The reasons for celebrating our major feasts when we do are many and varied. In general, however, it is true that many of them have at least an indirect connection with the pre-Christian feasts celebrated about the same time of year — feasts centering around the harvest, the rebirth of the sun at the winter solstice (now Dec. 21, but Dec. 25 in the old Julian calendar), the renewal of nature in spring, and so on.

Source: The New Question Box – Catholic Life for the Nineties, copyright 1988 by John J. Dietzen, M.A., S.T.L., ISBN 0-940518-01-5 (paperback), published by Guildhall Publishers, Peoria Illinois, 61651., page 554.

“The above information may come as something of a shock to some people,” according to the Aloha web site editors, “but not to others, I am sure. As you can see, December 25th has absolutely no biblical foundation as a day of Christian worship. In fact the evidence from the Bible tends to eliminate December (it being the dead of winter) as a possible month for the birth of Christ. Just as Sunday keeping is commanded only by Catholic Tradition, so Christmas (Christ’s Mass) is founded solely on the authority of Catholicism, which picked the day so as to coincide with the pagan Sun worshipping observance of the Winter Solstice.”

“Protestants who observe Christmas, and have Christmas eve midnight services, are keeping a holy day of obligation decreed by the Papacy, a Roman Catholic Tradition, just as they are doing with Sunday keeping. The Bible says nothing of celebrating the birth of Christ, and does not even give us the specific day of the year of the event. Why then, is it one of the most celebrated days of the “Bible Only” Protestant Christian calendar? Every year you will hear people, even pastors, bemoaning the paganization of Christmas – how Santa Claus and greed have taken over this most solemn and holy day. Little do they apparently know, the 25th of December was never holy to God, but has long been a pagan festival season celebrating the birth of the Sun. In keeping Christ’s Mass, nominal “Bible Only” Protestants are, in practice, tacitly acknowledging the authority of Roman Catholic Tradition, which in principle they reject.”

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