Nothing is as it seems. Exposed below you will find the details of what the holidays we celebrate really mean, who they empower, and how these cult rituals became part of our annual holiday rolodex. This year will be a year of consolidation as I attempt to replace these holidays in my home with something that does not damage the soul, and provide loosh to the overlords of darkness. My lovely wife, rudely woken by the Covid-19 operation has been on a hunt for truth joining the likes of us all. This after decades of trying to tell her, my words falling on deaf ears. This Plandemic was the catalyst for a worldwide awakening. There is a tolerance change from all the new, normal folks seeking truth, no longer is the truth reserved only for those crazy tinfoil conspiracy theorists. The bar of what is believable or not, has been set so low by the media, the government, and corporate entities entrusted in the care of humanity. That nothing exposed here should come to any shock, perhaps there was a time where this information would hardly scratch the surface of the average attention span, but today I know that folks are hungry for this. This… this virus, this epidemic growing amonst the populace known only as: TRUTH.

The Santa Hoax

The Santa Hoax was invented to trick and influence mankind to rebel against God. Sadly, it was a complete
success. He is the most venerated and adored person in the world. Churches host parties featuring him,
while parents speak of his exploits. Children long for his arrival; they pray to him, seek his blessing and his
favor. He resides in the North Pole (according to Lucifer: The Devil in the Middle Ages, Lucifer set up his
throne in the North and this is where the North Pole ‘Home of Santa Claus’ derived from). He travels by
night in a chariot drawn by magical beast. From a home, he descends through fire in the fireplace. Just who
is this Santa Klaus/Claus?
Santa Claus comes from the one who was most nearly in accord with the dim traditions of Saturn (Satan)
as the hero of the Saturnalia. According to the Worldbook Encyclopedia, “The belief that Santa enters the
house through the chimney developed from an Old Norse legend. The Norse believed that the goddess
Hertha appeared in the fireplace and brought good luck to the home.” This is a tradition that originated in
Babylon as described earlier.
Druid (a male witch religious order among the ancient Celts of Gaul, Britain, and Ireland) homeowners
would leave a treat consisting of milk and pastries to appease their god who came down the chimney into
their fireplace. But who is he? According to the Oxford English Dictionary, Devil – “Besides the name Satan,
he is also called Beelzebub, Lucifer, and in popular or rustic speech by many familiar terms as ‘Old Nick,”
‘Satan’ and ‘Santa.’

“Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the
heathen are dismayed at them. For the customer of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the
forest, the work of the workman, with the axe. (This is the cutting of the Christmas tree) They deck it
with silver and with gold; (These are Christmas ornaments) they fasten it with nails and with hammers,
that it move not (These are the wooden stands nailed into the bottom of the tree). They are upright as
the palm tree, but speak not: they must needs be borne, because they cannot go. Be not afraid of them;
for they cannot do evil, neither also is it in them to do good.”
-Jeremiah 10:2-5 (KJV)

When I often speak of the truth behind Christmas traditions, I am challenged with people asking for proof
in scripture. Not only is this evidence proof (in Jeremiah 10:2-5), These are words from God, and yet these
verses are ignored in most Christian churches and in Christian tradition. Jeremiah is located in the Old
Testaments, and yet we see the pagan Christmas three being constructed, which God despises. It’s a
tradition that started thousands of years before Christ was even born.
Before Christ was born, this Babylonian tradition moved from one part of the world to the next. By the
time it arrived in Rome in 217 BC, it had become a popular Roman Festival called the “Saturnalia Festival,”
which was the winter solstice (December 25th in the Julian calendar). Satan, or Saturnus, the god of seed
sowing was honored this festival. It ran from December 17th – 23rd. Augustus limited this festival to 3-days
so that the courts would open sooner, but Claudius later restored the 7-day tradition.
By the end of the 1st Century AD, Statius proclaimed:
“For how many years shall this festival abide! Never shall age destroy so holy a day! While the hills of
Latium remain and father Tiber, while thy Rome stands and the Capitol thou hast restored to the world, it
shall continue.”
Here, Statius is now calling the worship of Satan a holly day, and its celebration continued as “Brumalia,”
originating from the word “Bruma” meaning “The shortest day” (winter solstice).
Hundreds of years had passed since Christ had died, and this was the new Christian era of 4th Century
AD. The Roman Catholic Church refused to give up the Babylonian traditions so they re-wrote history
calling the Brumalia Festival, Christ-Mass, and later Christmas. Knowing that Christ was born in late summer,
the Church used Nimrod’s, Babylonian birthday of December 25th, and replaced his name with Jesus (Hail
Zeus) as the birthday of Christ. The Roman Catholic Church was known for altering names and its true
identity or meaning of a person or holiday, to conceal its true satanic nature.
Santa Claus derived from the Dutch creation, “Sinterklaas.” Before the Dutch incorporated it, Sinterklaas
came from the Netherlands. The Roman Catholic Church secretly honored Satan by moving the letter
“N” (in his name), back two spaces, spelling Santa:

S-A-T-A-N now became S-A-N-T-A

Then “Klaas” was used from Sinterklass, and respelled it C-L-A-U-S. Once the tradition arrived in North
America, the Sinterklass tradition had to be modified because of African slaves, and African

Americans. All Africans weren’t slaves and after some time, slavery was abolished. Here was the problem:
Sinterklaas’s little helpers were called, “Zwarte Pieten.” According to the Book, Lucifer: The Devil in the Middle
Ages (written by Jeffrey B. Russell) these Zwarte Pietens were little black demons, or companions who helped
Satan. Satan’s known nickname is Saint Nicholas. Even today the black demons (Zwarte Piet) are celebrated every
year seen in the presence of Sinterklaas, as seen in these examples below, taken from several different European
countries. If Anglo Americans dressed up in black faces to depict little black demon as Satan helpers, it wouldn’t be
a popular holiday in America, so it was altered.

 Below is the true depiction of Sinterklaas. He is Satan, hidden in an attire of blood, which you will learn about
momentarily. He beats bad children with branches and turns them into little black demons or Zwarte Piet (as the
legend goes according to the book, Lucifer).

According to Lucifer: The Devil in the Middle Ages, on page 71:
“The Devil…which shows that evil was associated with the north and with the left in Kabbalah. Left-handedness is
widely regarded as a sign of evil, as with the Latin word sinister. The connection between the Devil and Santa Claus
(Sinter Claes, Saint Nicholas) as pronounced.”
Here, Russell is describing how the word “Sinter,” in Sinterklaas, derived from the Latin word, “Sinister.”

Origins of Santa Claus Attire

In America, most Americans see this deer and think, “Reindeer,” because that’s how we are programmed from the day we understand the traditions of Christmas. This is not a reindeer, it’s called a “White-tailed deer,” and they are common in North America.

Reindeer do exist throughout Canada and parts of Europe, but their appearance is different from Whitetailed deer. As you can see below, the reindeer are white, and not brown furred like the whitetailed deer. There is an ancient occult ritual, where the occult leader wears the skin of a reindeer as a coat. The bloody red portion of the skin is worn on the outside, and the white fur is worn on the inside. As you can see in this photo, the red coat represents the blood from the inside of the white fur of the reindeer, worn inside-out as Santa’s coat. If you look at the white fur area on his coat, this represents the white fur of the reindeer worn on the inside. This was a bloody satanic ritual 6,000 years before Christmas was even a holiday. All those who take part in today’s Christmas traditions, are actually taking part in a “Secret” worship of Satan, making Christmas one of the most satanic holidays of the year.

Valentine /Lupercalia

Valentines day is currently celebrated on February 14th. In ancient Babylonian times the solstice occurred on January 6th, Nimrod’s true birthday. It was the custom of antiquity for the mother of a male child to present herself for purification on the 40th day after the day of birth. The 40th day after January 6th is February 15th. The Lupercalia celebration began on the evening of February 14th hence our current holiday, St. Valentine’s Day. Nimrod was the original St. Valentine but he wasn’t called that during Lupercalia annual celebration. The name Valentine originated in Rome. Valentine was also known as Saturn (Satan), and Nimrod, the Roman Babylonian god who hid from his pursuers in a secret place. The Latin word Saturn is derived from the Semitic-speaking Babylonians. It means “Be hid,” “Hide self,” “Secret,” “Conceal.” The original Semitic (Hebrew) word, from which the Latin Saturn is derived, is used 83 times in the Old Testament. According to ancient tradition, Saturn (Nimrod) fled from his pursuers to Italy. The Apennine Mountains of Italy were anciently named the mountains of Nembrod, or Nimrod. Nimrod briefly hid out at the site where Rome was later built. The ancient name of Rome, before it was rebuilt in 753 B.C., was Saturnia, the site of Saturn’s (Nimrod’s) hiding. There he was found and slain for his crimes. Later, professing Christians in Constantine’s day made Nimrod the St. Valentine of the heathen, “A Saint of the Church,” and continued to honor him under the name of a Christian martyr. Valentine was a common Roman name. The parents of Rome often gave this name to their children in honor of the famous man who was first called Valentine in antiquity. That famous man was Lupercus, “The Hunter” (Nimrod).
The Greeks called Lupercus, “Pan.” The Semites called Pan, “Baal,” according to “Classical Dictionaries.” Baal is often mentioned in the Bible and this was merely another name for Nimrod, “The mighty Hunter” (Genesis 10:9). The hunter, Nimrod was the Lupercus, or wolf hunter of the Romans. And St. Valentine’s Day was originally a day set aside by the pagans in his honor. Valentine comes from the Latin word “Valentinus,” a proper name derived from the word “Valens,” meaning, “To be strong,” as illustrated in the Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary. It means strong, powerful, mighty. Another name for Nimrod was “Sanctus,” and “Santa.” The Romans acquired the symbol of the heart from the Babylonians. In the Babylonian language for “Heart” was “Bal.” The heart, or “Bal,” was merely a symbol of Nimrod the “Baal” (the name of Satan), or Lord of the Babylonians. Another Nimrod name as a child, was “Cupid,” meaning desire (Encyclopedia Britannica, art., “Cupid”). It is said that when Nimrod’s mother saw him, she lusted after him, and desired him. Nimrod became her “Cupid,” her desired one. As Nimrod grew up, he became the child-hero of many women who desired him. He was their Cupid. In the Book of Daniel he is called the “Desire of women” (Daniel 11:37). Moffatt translates the word as Tammuz, a Babylonian name of Nimrod. He provoked so many women to jealousy that an idol of him was often called the “Idol of jealousy” (Ezekiel 8:5). The pagans commemorated their hero-hunter Nimrod, or Baal, by sending heart shaped love tokens to one another on the evening of February 14th as a symbol of him. The heart shape that we use today is given out on Valentines Day in forms of chocolate and candy, because it’s considered a day of love and lovemaking. The shape of this heart is not in the shape of a human heart. It derives from an extinct plant called, “Silphium.” Silphium was the most effective birth control of its time. It was so popular that its shape was used on Greek coins.

The first coin above is actually right-side-up. The next photo is how the Silphium seeds looked. Over time, the shape of this extinct seed has evolved into (what we call) a heart, as seen in the last photo above (it looks like a modern heart shape but this coin is actually upside down. Valentine became a Roman tradition as handed down from Babylon, but this tradition was unlike the tradition that’s seen today. The Roman tradition was called Lupercalia, which derived from Lupercus (Nimrod). FromFebruary 13th thru the 15th, the Romans celebrated the feast of Lupercalia. The men sacrificed a goat and a dog, and then whipped women with the hides of the animals they had just slain. This was a very demonic and sexual celebration made up of orgies, animal blood sacrifices and games of sex and orgies. The Roman romantics would get naked and drunk according to historian Noel Lenski, from the University of Colorado, at Boulder. Young women would actually line up for the men to hit them, Lenski says. They believed this would make them fertile. The brutal fete included a matchmaking lottery, in which young men drew the names of women from a jar. The couple would then be coupled for the duration of the festival, or sometimes longer, if the match was right. The ancient Romans are also responsible for the Valentine name. Emperor Claudius II executed two men who were both named Valentine, in the month of February of different years in the 3rd Century A.D. These two deaths were blood sacrifices to Nimrod, the Babylonian King. The Catholic Church with the celebration of St. Valentine’s Day honored their martyrdom. Later, Pope Gelasius-I confused things in the 5th Century by combining St. Valentine’s Day with Lupercalia to expel the pagan rituals. But the festival was more of a theatrical interpretation of what it had once been. Lenski adds, “It was a little more of a drunken revel, but the Christians put clothes back on it. That didn’t stop it from being a day of fertility and love.” Around the same time, the Normans celebrated Galatin’s Day. Galatin meant, “Lover of women.” Valentine was a bloody animal sacrificing, sexual pagan holiday that began in the days of Babylon.

Eostre – Ostara – Eastre – Easter

One of Semiramis’ various names was Eostre, The Goddess of sex, fertilities, orgies and war. Babylonian followers
before and after the birth of Christ would worship Eostre, by performing perverted rituals, and telling their
children stories that Eostre gave a certain ability to create rainbow color eggs. Every year, a rabbit would plant
these eggs in a field, and all the children would search for those eggs (This is known today as an Easter Egg Hunt).
In Deuteronomy chapter 12:29-32, it reads, “How do these (other) nations serve their gods? …You must
not worship the Lord your God the way they do, because when worshiping their gods, they do all kinds of
detestable things the Lord hates… See that you do all that I command you; do not add to it or take away from

Semiramis, “The Queen of Heaven,” appears to be even more evil than her son/husband, Nimrod. Her satanic
rituals cover more than eighty percent of the earth today, and it has for thousands of years.
In the Book of Jeremiah 7:17-19, it says, “Do you not see what they are doing in the towns of Judah and in
the streets of Jerusalem? The children gather wood, the fathers’ light the fire, and the women knead the dough
and make cakes of bread for the Queen of Heaven (God is speaking of Semiramis, Queen of Babylon). They
pour out drink offerings to other gods to provoke me to anger. But am I the one they are provoking? Declares
the Lord. Are they not rather harming themselves, to their own shame?”

In Jeremiah 44:15-19 it states, “Then all the men who knew that their wives were burning incense to
other gods, along with all the women who were present- a large assembly-and all the people living in the Lower
and Upper Egypt, said to Jeremiah, “We will not listen to the message you have spoken to us in the name of
the Lord! We will certainly do everything we said we would: We will burn incense to the Queen of Heaven and
will pour out drink offerings to her just as we and our fathers, our kings and our officials did in the towns of
Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem. At that time we had plenty of food and were well off and suffered no
harm. But ever since we stopped burning incense to the Queen of Heaven and pouring out drink offerings to
her, we have had nothing and have been perishing by sword an famine…”
This passage sounds like today’s modern man. I’ve asked this question to several times globally, “If you knew that
Christmas, Easter, Halloween and Valentines Day were satanic ritual holidays, would you continue to celebrate
them?” To this day, not one person has confirmed with me that they would stop celebrating these satanic holidays.
This is a direct result equated towards the brain washing of ancient and modern society.
To date, these holidays are the most successful accolades from Babylon and the Roman Catholic Church. It’s an Old
World Order (OWO) with new traditions tide to it, in present day.

All Hallows Eve/ All Hallowmas/Halloween

Halloween is a pagan tradition invented by the Celts over 2,000 years ago. The Celts, who lived in what is
now the United Kingdom, Ireland, and northern France, had a festival commemorating the end of the year.
Their New Year was November 1st, and this festival was called, “Samhain,” (pronounced, sow-en). The end
of their year signaled the end of summer, the end of the harvest season, and the beginning of a long, hard
winter that often caused many deaths of animals and people. For the sake of their safety and well being,
the Celts (people) put sweets, the best mutton legs, vegetables, eggs, and poultry, honey and even wine,
outside their home so that wandering evil spirits would consume them on their way back to the
netherworld. Failure to “Treat” these evil spirits might result in a curse being put on the home.
Over the next several hundred years, Christianity had spread to include the lands inhabited by the Celtics
and the Romans, but the festival of Samhain was still celebrated by the people. The Christian church
reportedly did not like a festival with pagan roots practiced by Christians, so a replacement was needed.
Pope Boniface IV designated May 13th as All Saints Day to honor dead church saints and martyrs. Samhain
continued to be celebrated, so in 835 A.D., Pope Gregory IV moved the holiday to November 1st, probably
to take attention away from the pagan Samhain festival and replace it. Since All Saints Day was sanctioned
by the church, and related to the dead, the church was happy, but many pagan traditions of Samhain
continued to be practiced, including bonfires, parades, and dressing up in costume. All Saints Day was also
known as “All Hallows,” or “All Hallowmas” (Hallowmas is Old English for All Saints Day). Since Samhain
was celebrated the night before November 1st, the celebration was known as “All Hallows Eve,” and later
called, Halloween. In the year 1000 A.D., the church designated November 2nd as All Souls Day, to honor
the dead who were not saints, and they eventually became combined and celebrated as Hallowmas.
The American version of Halloween came from Ireland. In 1840, 1/3 of Ireland’s population was totally
dependent on the potato for its nourishment, but between 1845 and 1852, over one million people died
because of diseased stricken potatoes. Another million immigrants moved to the U.S. and brought their
pagan traditions with them. The potato famine in 1840 brought thousands of immigrants from the
Emerald Isle. With them, came goblins, jack-0-lanterns, bonfires, apples, nuts, and pranks. Halloween was
here to stay.
Halloween, like Christmas, Easter, or Valentines Day, is another pagan tradition that needs to be abolished in
order to honor God. These are traditions passed down from generation-to-generation without the least bit
of curiosity of where these traditions came from. You now know the truth. Abruptly, I ask that you
recalculate your brain to stay far away from evil traditions that entertain the masses. Pass these teachings
on to everyone you know. The battle between good and evil is fierce, and evil is winning. Let’s teach our
children the truth and bring back of biblical tradition given to us by God in the Old Testament.

The Pagan Birthday

A Birthday is another ancient pagan tradition that we are not accustomed to asking our parents to define the
origins of what we deem a special day. For most of us, an upcoming birthday brings thoughts of parties and
presents, and being surrounded by all the special people in our lives. We hold treasured memories of birthday
from our past, and while reminiscing, we are also planning for birthdays in our future. We relive birthdays
celebrating the rites of passage like our 13th birthday when we officially became a teenager or for some young
women, a sweet-16th birthday, marking a day of maturity. Legal Alcohol consumption, of course, was on all of our
minds when we turned 21.
Today we celebrate birthdays as a celebration of life. It’s our way of telling our loved ones how happy we are that
they are sharing our lives. It seems only natural to have a celebration commemorating the day we were gifted with
a new life. However, the origins of today’s modern birthday traditions are steeply rooted in ancient pagan rituals.
No one really knows which ancient culture to accredit with the origins of birthday celebrations. In the earliest of
ancient times, there were no calendars, making it difficult to mark the passing of time to a specific day. Celebrations
were reserved for paying homage to their gods and goddesses,who it was believed, could act with benevolence
toward the cultures over which they governed. Since many cultures held the belief that their human rulers were
descendants of these gods, celebrations also centered around them.
Astronomy was very important to the ancient Egyptians who used it for predicting the Inundation of the Nile, for
planning and building great monuments, and for fixing dates of religious festivals. With the perfecting of the
calendar through advances in astronomy, it became easier to record and organize the births of individuals. Egyptian,
as well as many other ancient cultures, held their rulers as divine descendants of the gods. Because of this belief,
they were very attentive to the placement of constellations, planets, the sun and the moon on the days one was
born. Over time, the ancient Babylonian practice of astrology made its way into other cultures.
Since the Egyptians viewed their Pharaohs as gods, they believed their fate could affect an entire society, therefore,
great care was taken in examination of their astrological charts. Businesses would close and enormous banquets
were prepared for hundreds of servants in celebration of the Pharaoh’s birthday.
The ancient Greeks didn’t celebrate personal birthdays because they preferred to hold these types of celebrations
for their gods. One goddess by the name of Artemis was the moon goddess which you learned about earlier in
the Catholicism section. Once each month, special cakes were brought to her temple, in celebration of her birth.
The cakes were round to symbolize the moon and decorated with lighted candles to represent its glowing light.
When she was alive, she was not Greek, but the “Queen of Babylon” (Semiramis). After she was killed by her son,
Tammuz, she was, and is still worshipped as the “Queen of Heaven,” a title which can found in the bible, describing
how her birthday was celebrated, stating:

“Therefore pray not thou for this people, neither lift up cry nor prayer for them, neither make intercession to me:
for I will not hear thee. Seest thou not what they do in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem? The
children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the
queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me to anger.”

Jeremiah 7:15-18 (KJV)

In his own honor, a Roman emperor would hold extravagant festivals to commemorate his birthday. Over time,
the practice spread to other wealthy male nobles.
There were many superstitions relating to the day of one’s birth during times of old. Both the Greek and Roman
cultures subscribed to the idea that every individual had a protective spirit or daemon who attended his birth and
watched over him in life. This spirit had a mystic relation with the god on whose birthday the individual was born.
Another belief held that birthdays were a day where individuals were more susceptible to harm from bad spirits.
On this day, in order to keep the bad spirits at bay, the celebrant would be surrounded by friends and family who
would shower them with gifts and well-wishing. Noise making was employed as an additional measure for warding
off the bad spirits. The working of magical spells was an integral part of living in ancient times. Giving birthday
greets was a way an individual was born.
Another belief held that birthdays were a day where individuals were more susceptible to harm from bad spirits.
On this day, in order to keep the bad spirits at away, the celebrant would be surrounded by friends and family who
would shower them with gifts and well-wishing. Noise making was employed as an additional measure for warding
off the bad spirits. The working of magical spells was an integral part of living in ancient times. Giving birthday
greets was a way of working a spell for protection as further shielding from evil spirits. They believed that the
recipient was surrounded by his personal spirits, therefore more exposed to the power of the spell.
It’s quite obvious the practice of birthday celebrations is based in paganism. Once the Christian religion formed,
followers shunned the rituals. Jews and Christians during the first and second centuries A.D. regarded the
celebrations as a facet of idolatry, condemning the custom. It wasn’t until the fourth century the practice began
again, becoming common. This change was caused in part to the conversion of the Roman Emperor Constantine,
who upon legalizing the practice of Christianity, also brought many pagan rituals known to the Romans for
thousands of years.
Today we don’t plan a birthday party with an intention of honoring some long lost pagan god or goddess. We
simply see it as a celebration of life, an opportunity to share good wishes, and a time to reflect on the year just
passed as the birthday boy or girl takes another step on the journey of their lives.
But as you can see, these kind of traditions enrage our FATHER in HEAVEN. We can choose to continue to
celebrate our own birthday, or birthdays of others (which is the same thing), or simply turn away from these pagan
traditions. The choice is simple, keep the traditions and sever yourself, or turn away from the tradition, and serve
God. You have a choice, don’t follow the masses and do what they do, because they will always lead your soul
(along with their own) to its demise. It was a tradition originally set out for Semiramis, “Queen of the Heaven”
who became the Moon goddess. Let’s not partake in Ancient Babylonians traditions.