Celtic Cross

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The Celtic Cross is a cross contained within a circle.  Very early versions of this cross, found in Ireland and Scotland, do not show the arms protruding beyond the inside of the circle.  The cross is encompassed inside the circle.  In this manner it becomes the world-wide symbol of the Sun Cross.  Christians stole it and made it the Latin Cross.  In its true form, this symbol is world-wide among the ancients.  What were they trying to tell us? Continue reading “Celtic Cross”

Saturn’s Rings

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A recent discovery that was let out of the bag about a month ago has scientists baffled.  NASA’s Cassini took samples of Saturn’s rings and moons and they are just now giving the results to the public.  The results of these samples has NASA and other scientists scrambling to come up with a story about how our galaxy was formed.  Why can’t they just admit that they don’t know instead of forcing a narrative?  Maybe they know the truth, but have to keep it hidden.  Cassini was destroyed September 2017, so they have been sitting on this data for a while.  Continue reading “Saturn’s Rings”

Christmas Tree

 

The Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually evergreen or artificial tree, associated with celebrating Christmas.  In todays politically correct world they are calling it a Holiday tree.  This ensures more people will spend money on a tree.  Ultimately that is what Christmas is all about.  Making money.  Where did this idea of putting up a tree to celebrate the birth of a god come from?  Let’s take a closer look.   Continue reading “Christmas Tree”

Mushrooms

 

A symbol I find very weird for Christmas is the mushroom.  You can even get mushroom ornaments to hang on your tree.  Mushrooms are not just Christmas symbols.  They are in children’s stories and architecture.  The symbol of the mushroom is in some of the oldest pictures and architecture.  I even saw a nativity seen with mushrooms in it.  Time to show where this symbolism comes from.   Continue reading “Mushrooms”

Bells

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What do bells have to do with Christmas? Bells have been used throughout antiquity and were even wore on Jewish priestly garments.  I even read an article that said the bell reminds his that Jesus is the High priest.  Most will tell you the bell is used to announce the arrival of the Christmas season  like it announced the arrival of the birth of Jesus.  Let’s get on with the truth.   Continue reading “Bells”

Candy Canes

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Christmas would not be Christmas without candy canes right? It is the number one selling candy that is not chocolate in the month of December.  Ninety percent of candy canes sold are sold after Thanksgiving.  1.76 billion candy canes are made in just the United States alone.  No one really knows how they got their start.  I’m going to show you couple ideas on they origin, but then I will show you the truth.   Continue reading “Candy Canes”