THE CHILDRENS BREAD
What I refer to as the “High Foolishness Season” is upon us. At October’s end, many of our hell-bound celebrate “All Hallows Eve,” aka “Halloween,” dressing ourselves and our children as devils, vampires, monsters and other representatives of the anti-Christ behavior associated with the night before a proclaimed “holy” day, “All Saints Day.”
It started as a Celtic observance of the dead and evil spirits, Samhain, usually pronounced “Sowen.” Do the research, it is representative of “anti-christ” and Euro-paganism, as are many of our “customs,” more accurately termed superstitions, sanctioned by Rome as a compromise for recruitment. A compromise of God’s Word. Mystery Babylon! Brothers and sisters, “Come out of her!”
“Knock on wood?” Romans and other Euro-pagans believed that spirits lived in trees. Along with others before and after them, they favored oak and evergreen trees. The oak tree was/is associated with Baal, aka Bul, aka, Yul, aka, Yule. Hence the yule log and yuletide greetings. (A popular television commercial has a talking, friendly, generous, but, frightening looking oak tree handing out event tickets for the asking.) Read Jeremiah in the Old Testament, for one, especially Chapter 10.
“Rabbits foot for luck?” First, consider the rabbit. Would YOU be lucky to lose your life so one could use your foot? Worse, the rabbit and egg (sound familiar?!?) were the fertility symbols of Ashtoreth/Asarte/Ishtar/Semiramis, etc., the supreme female deity opposite Baal/Bul/Yul. She was also referred to as “the queen of heaven,” a label many people have been fooled to mistakenly slap on Mary, the mother of Jesus. The prophet Jeremiah spent a lot of time educating us on that. Read the Old Testament. Satan is a counterfeiter! By the way, Ishtar-Bul can be found in unobvious ways, for example “Istanbul,” found in the country Turkey.
Achoo!!! “God bless you?” Pagan Europeans developed the belief that sneezing opened your soul to be snatched by demons. It is not the sneeze that threatens you, it is our incessant disobedience to God’s laws and requirements for everlasting life that threatens our souls.
November brings the North American tradition of Thanksgiving, a time of celebration rooted in the deceit, murder and usurpation of the Native People. After that, December brings more paganism, and January for some, brings more myths. (More on those next month and the months to follow.)
The following is an excerpt from the autobiography of Russell Means, Oglala Sioux who fought for the rights of Native American people, and who recently passed (November 10, 1939 – October 22, 2012) away.
Means was active in international issues of Native people, including working with groups in Central and South America, and with the United Nations for recognition of their rights. He was active at his native South Dakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and at the state and national level.
As you prepare for this year’s farce of “Thanksgiving,” understand just what you are really celebrating. Ask yourself if your racial/ethnic group of people were faced with this “tradition,” what impact would its reality have on your collective lives? All descendants of Africa should always remember what has happened to these people and the similarity of/impact on our lives.
|“When we met with the Wampanoag people, they told us that in researching the history of Thanksgiving, they had confirmed the oral history passed down through their generations. Most Americans know that Massasoit, Chief of the Wampanoag, had welcomed the so-called Pilgrim Fathers—and the seldom-mentioned Pilgrim Mothers—to the shores where his people had lived for millennia. The Wampanoag taught the European colonists how to live in our hemisphere by showing them what wild foods they could gather, how, where, and what crops to plant, and how to harvest, dry and preserve them.
The Wampanoag now wanted to remind White America of what had happened after Massasoit’s death. Massasoit was succeeded by his son, Metacomet, whom the colonists called “King” Philip. In 1675-1676, to show “gratitude” for what Massasoit’s people had done for their fathers and grandfathers, the Pilgrims manufactured an incident as a pretext to justify disarming the Wampanoag.
The whites went after the Wampanoag with guns, swords, cannons and torches. Most, including Metacomet, were butchered. His wife and son were sold into slavery in the West Indies. His body was hideously drawn and quartered.
For twenty-five years afterward, Metacomet’s skull was displayed on a pike above the whites’ village. The real legacy of the Pilgrim Fathers is treachery. Most Americans today believe that Thanksgiving celebrates a boar harvest, but that is not so.
By 1970, the Wampanoag had turned up a copy of a Thanksgiving proclamation made by the governor of the colony; the text revealed the ugly truth: After a colonial militia had returned from murdering the men, women, and children of an Indian village, the governor proclaimed a holiday and feast to give thanks for the massacre. He encouraged other colonies to do likewise—in other words, every autumn the crops are in, go kill Indians and celebrate your murders with a feast.
The Wampanoag we met at Plymouth came from everywhere in Massachusetts. Like many other eastern nations, theirs had been all but wiped out. The survivors found refuge in other Indian nations that had not succumbed to European diseases or to violence. The Wampanoag went into hiding, or joined the Six Nations, or found homes among the Delaware Shawnee nations, to name a few. Some also sought refuge in one of the two hundred eastern-seaboard nations that were later exterminated.
Nothing remains of those nations but their names, and even some of those have been lost. Other Wampanoag, who couldn’t reach another Indian nation, survived by intermarriage with Black slaves or freedmen. It is hard to imagine a life terrible enough that people would choose instead, with all their progeny, to become slaves, but that is exactly what some Indians did.”
(The above text was excerpted from Russell Means’ autobiography entitled, “Where White Men Fear To Tread.”)
It is interesting to note that Wikipedia has precious little, read nothing, about the destruction of the Native people by invading whites from Europe and celebrating the same as “Thanksgiving.” Your schools did not/do not teach about it, your religious leaders teach little about it, if anything. Yet unlike the prophet Elijah, these people did not just get into God’s chariot and leave the planet!
The truth about Thanksgiving
Native Americans explain why holiday is celebration of genocide
The High Foolishness Season is an example of Successful Mediocrity. We feel good if our children have a good time. Should we feel good if those “good times” are in celebration of thoughts, ideas and suggestions opposite of God? Should we feel good that in doing so we are enabling another generation of people disobedient to God? Remember, God holds us accountable for what we have been told about his word. His idea for us is Excellence of Achievement, through accepting His Son. That is what we should give thanks to God about.
Find out for yourselves!