You see, the system is such that we live in a world where fallacy, fiction, fact, and truth are so blurred it is almost impossible to tell the difference. Lent and Easter are two good examples. Are they really facts or fiction or fallacy? What is the truth?
DECEMBER 22 – 25 AND CHRISTMAS REVISITED: BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS – GOOD REVELRY OR BAD IDOLATRY?
Ever wondered why we have birthday celebrations or it is too obvious? Ever wondered how it started and if it is good or bad to celebrate birthdays. Birthdays were started to celebrate the birthdays for gods and idols. This was done through astrology . Despite its good intentions, birthday celebrations and worships such as Christmas can be evil. Ancient civilizations used it to to appease and even influence the stars for peaceful life on earth. A kind of star gazing.
EASTER, 5000 YEARS BEFORE CHRIST
5000 years before Christ, in Mesopotamia, man tried to bribe nature and created a cult by deifying the Spring Equinox. This cult was called Easter, goddess of fertility. Its worship glorify rebirth and fecundation. In AD 325, Easter was ignobly "married" to the cult and the fallacy of Christ being killed on Good Friday became prevalent.
DECEMBER 22 – 25: THE DEATH AND BIRTH OF THE UNCONQUERED SUN
The death and birth of the Unconquered Sun (Sol Invictus) has for millenniums been worshipped on December 21 – 25, (Winter Solstice - shortest day in the year) as the source of our energy and life on earth. December 25 as such is revered as a festive season for the birthday of the Sun God Mithra (Apollo, Marduk, Ra etc) and .if we should make belief, for Jesus Christ, the SON, as well.