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”

Star of Bethlehem

What was the star that the three Kings, Magi or wise men were following going go the birth of Jesus?  Was this actually a star in the heavens?  Just like all the other problems with Christianity, no one knows what star it was.  This is supposedly the most important star in the history of the world and they have lost it.  The star that says,  “This is your God” and they forgot which one it was!  For those of you who have read my work, you already know what the star is, but to my new readers this will come as a surprise.   Continue reading “Star of Bethlehem”

Contemplating Death

 

Most people do not want to think about death.  They fear it.  Some think that death is the beginning of nothingness, while most others think that they are going to heaven or hell.  With the crazy rules of dogmatic religion, we are all going to hell. They were designed that way for control.   Before patriarch religion, the ancients periodically contemplated death, but it was only to spark life into the individual.  Most of the ancients text refer to one living many lives, but you only get this life once.   Continue reading “Contemplating Death”

Are Your Thoughts Your Own?

 

I have had several questions about our thoughts.  If I say our brains are only receivers, where do are thoughts come from?  We all have thoughts.  Good thoughts and bad thoughts.  For the majority of us, our thoughts are very negative, fearful and anxious.  We all have thoughts that keep us from falling asleep or they wake us up in the middle of the night.  We as a human race worry.  Is this just part of being human?  Thought is an energy.  You are energy.  When it comes to energy likes attract.  Whatever your energy is, you will attract those thoughts.  You can monitor this by realizing the thoughts you are having is showing the energy you have at that moment or period of time.   Continue reading “Are Your Thoughts Your Own?”