Archive for the ‘Christmas (Expose)’ Category

America’s Occult Holidays: Valentine’s Day/Groundhog Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas – by Doc Marquis

April 18, 2014

Former Satanist, Doc Marquis, delivers a knockout punch against the practice of all our major holidays, providing details only a former Witch would know.

Doc begins by demonstrating how the Illuminati effected the change in our calendar and how that change has affected a dramatic change in our everyday lives. The Illuminati copied heathen holidays from Satanism and then just gave them Christian names. You will be shocked to realize how very pagan our annual celebrations are! You will be shocked to realize how most of the symbols used in our holidays originated within Satanism.

Doc covers the following pagan holidays most of which America fervently celebrates. 1) America’s Occult Calendar — Marquis reveals how our entire calendar is patterned after Illuminism, from January 1 through December 31! 2) Valentine’s Day/Groundhog Day 3) St. Patrick’s Day 4) Easter 5) Beltaine – May 1 – May Day 6) Halloween (Samhain) 7) Christmas (Yule) With pagan holidays spread throughout the calendar year, you have time to warn your friends and relatives of the dangers of practicing these holidays.

Too many Christians are enthusiastically celebrating Luciferian holidays, thinking they are Christian. Once you understand how very pagan America and the rest of the Western world has become, you can see how God’s judgment cannot be far behind.

The blasphemous “Christ’s Mass” shortened to “Christ-mas”

February 13, 2014

“I hold it to be one of the greatest absurdities under heaven to think that there is any religion in keeping Christmas-day.”

– C. H. Spurgeon

“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 Saviour; and, consequently, its observance is a superstition, because not of divine authority. ”

– C. H. Spurgeon

THIS is the season of the year when, whether we wish it or not, we are compelled to think of the birth of Christ. I hold it to be one of the greatest absurdities under heaven to think that there is any religion in keeping Christmas-day. There are no probabilities whatever that our Saviour Jesus Christ was born on that day, and the observance of it is purely of Popish origin; doubtless those who are Catholics have a right to hallow it, but I do not see how consistent Protestants can account it in the least sacred. However, I wish there were ten or a dozen Christmas-days in the year; for there is work enough in the world, and a little more rest would not hurt labouring people. Christmas-day is really a boon to us; particularly as it enables us to assemble round the family hearth and meet our friends once more. Still, although we do not fall exactly in the track of other people, I see no harm in thinking of the incarnation and birth of the Lord Jesus. We do not wish to be classed with those

“Who with more care keep holiday
The wrong, than others the right way.”

The old Puritans made a parade of work on Christmas-day, just to show that they protested against the observance of it. But we believe they entered that protest so completely, that we are willing, as their descendants, to take the good accidentally conferred by the day, and leave its superstitions to the superstitious.

– C. H. Spurgeon

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.

– C. H. Spurgeon

“It is a lamentable fact that Babylon’s principles and practices are rapidly but surely pervading the churches that escaped from Rome at the time of the Reformation. We may see evidences of it in the wide use of high-sounding ecclesiastical titles, once unknown in the reformed churches, in the revival of holy days and church feasts such as Lent, Good Friday, Easter, and Christ’s Mass, or, as it is generally written, Christmas. … some of these festivals … when they are turned into church festivals, they certainly come under the condemnation of Galatians 4:9-11, where the Holy Spirit warns against the observance of days and months and times and seasons. All of them, and many more that might be added, are Babylonish in their origin, and were at one time linked with the Ashtoreth and Tammuz mystery-worship. It is through Rome that they have come down to us; and we do well to remember that Babylon is a mother, with daughters who are likely to partake of their mother’s characteristics …”

– Dr. H.A. Ironside

“Upright men strove to stem the tide, but in spite of all their efforts, the apostasy went on, till the Church, with the exception of a small remnant, was submerged under Pagan superstition. That Christmas is a Pagan festival is beyond all doubt. The time of the year and the ceremonies with which it is still celebrated, prove its origin.”

– Alexander Hislop

More Info here:
Should a Christian Celebrate Christmas?
http://www.rapidnet.com/~jbeard/bdm/Psychology/xmas/celeb.htm

Origins of the Christ ‘mass’ Tree ”
http://www.a-voice.org/tidbits/xtree.htm

Origins of Christ ‘mass’ Customs, Rituals, Traditions and Origins ”
http://www.a-voice.org/tidbits/xmass.htm