Saints of the Vernal Equinox

Every St. Patrick’s Day in New York, my mate Paul, a nihilistic, yet enlightened lad from Dundalk [and quite an amazing artist in his own right], and I, would look on St. Patrick’s Day as a day of commiseration for all the misfortune the Romans [i.e., the Caesars and the Church] brought upon the Blessed Island. Our toast to Patrick would go something to the effect of, “For all the ills you’ve brought to us and our forefathers, may you rot in hell old Patrick, right beside Oliver Cromwell.”

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In my ongoing “ephemeral quest for truth,” I am understanding that the more I do learn, the more I realize how little I really know (which some philosophers may argue is the beginning of enlightenment). A little curiosity and a little research led to the true origins of the St. Patrick’s Holiday.

Forget all that snake removal nonsense, {*1} we are celebrating Osiris. This article from The Secret Sun makes some interesting and revealing points:

  • In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was killed on the 17th day of Athyr, the third dmonth of the ancient calendar.

  • Osiris was believed to be the source of barley, which was used for brewing beer in Egypt.

  • It’s customary to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day and Osiris was known as the “Green Man”

Take a good look at the [below] images . Note the similarities in the curved serpentine staff. Note the Obelisk like phallic structure behind the left image of St. Patrick (Osiris’s lost penis) and how vertically, it matches up with where the Saint’s own penis would be. Note the Solar Cult’s trademark halo in both “Christian” pictures. Note the crosses in the Osiris image (and realize, they predate Jesus).

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A similarity between the Ankh and the Solar Cross (Cetlic variation) could also be inferred. As Secret Sun’s article concludes, coming full circle:

“The Church took the Bacchanalia away from the Irish and replaced it with a boring religious holiday and the old-school Freemasons used that to bring the Bacchanalia back, which we now understand traces back to Osiris.”

Had Easter not fallen so synchronistically close to the St. Osiris holiday this year, I would likely have been content with sending the above link around, and felt little compulsion need to write and entire article for my blog. My assumption was that Easter had something to do with the Spring Equinox, but the timing, encouraged by receiving the below video, encouraged more questions.

Now, whether you’re honoring Isis, Astarte or Ishtar, is irrelevant as far as I’m concerned, as long as you know, in no way, does this past weekend have anything to do with the Death and Rebirth of Jesus. Some would argue (and with valid reason) that Astarte predates both Isis and Ishtar, but for the sake of this article, the main point is that you should at least have some idea of whom you’re honoring.

I used to attend Easter services with my parents and, it never occurred to me, as it likely never occurred to most Christians, that the Church’s cover story, falls apart upon even basic examination. One good reason, is probably that “most” of the people who call themselves “Christian” never bother to actually read the Bible. The other reason is likely group-think trance consensus. Doesn’t the Bible say that he was resurrected three days after he was crucified?

So, Good Friday to Easter Sunday is how many days? Two. When I’ve confronted Christians with this minor fact, some will argue that if you count each day, then you end up with three [days]. To one such person, I followed that retort up with: So, if I called you on Friday and said I was arriving at the airport in three days, what day would you pick me up? Sunday? “No. I’d pick you up on Monday. Of course.”

bad friday

One also has to wonder: why do we call the day Jesus was crucified “Good Friday?” If the Gnostics were right, about the modern Church actually worshiping the false god, then one could see why the Church of Satan would choose to call this day a “Good” one. {*2} To further wander down avenues of our ignorance, we should consider that if the Church were in any way “celebrating” Christ’s crucifixion, then were it a historical date, should that day not fall on the same date every year?

Note: Kind of like how Christmas is always on the 25th and not the last SUNday in December, regardless of whether the 25th is actually Jesus birthday, which it isn’t.]

A minimal amount of research quickly reveals that: Easter is always the first Sunday, after the first full moon, after the vernal equinox (verified by U.S. Navy’s Observatory). I checked the referenced Secret Sun site and found a pretty good correlating article [make sure to watch the eerie Teletubbies video loaded with over Solar Cult symbolism correlating to God’s Son/Sun]. {*3}

While these beliefs may not necessarily encapsulate my own, critical thinking should lead us to deduce our religious festivals are masked reprisals of ancient fertility rituals. The signs all around us, but we’ve been programmed to ignore them: eggs, bunnies, drunken revelry, orgies, animal [and perhaps human] sacrifice.

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A friend asked me about Spring Break coinciding with this date. Well, Spring Break used to be a relatively benign event, for the most part confined to Daytona and Ft. Lauderdale, until the advent of MTV. One need look no further than the symbols incorporated by Viacom to wonder if there were an “agenda” at work [the supporting vid would be far better without the obligatory “spooky” music.]

Present day Spring Break, in the minds of college students, involves a near mandatory excursion [before, most students simply went “home” for the week] to one of the “hot” spots [as chosen by MTV)] to engage in lots of drunkenness and lots of random sex. Drunken revelry and copious sex; just like in the “pagan” spring equinox festivals of old. Our veil of ignorance prevents us from seeing it.

An evil word we call “tradition” does ensure that plenty of animal sacrifice does take place on Easter, and while I don’t know of any particular “human sacrifice” that transpired this year, my conscious tells me it probably has. {*4} Oddly enough, in television land, last week’s South Park debuted a new episode where Brittany Spears was “suicided” as an offering to encourage the crops to grow.

Contemplating whether that was solely synchromysticism, I looked across the room, and on the table lay the beads some girl gave me on St. Osiris Day. Upon closer examination, the four-leaf clovers looked like something else: the Maltese Cross. So, let’s visually compare the Clover, the Cross of Malta and the Iron Cross:

crosscrosscross
crosscrosscross

Once you open your mind, and learn to stop ingesting information and start processing it, you’d be surprised how what you’re looking for seems to “magically” appear in front of you. Or, maybe its as Carl Jung once said:

When an inner situation is not made conscious, it appears outside as fate.”

A couple of nights ago, I was killing time before venturing to the local bar. Flipping through the channels, I stopped on a program on History Channel International about the Peloponnesian Wars. Some of the slants they took were so blatantly false, that I reconsidered wasting my time on it, and hence went out for a walk.

bullshit history

Why subject one’s mind to the implanting of false history? If you’re reading this, and are still of the impression that History Channel is beyond propaganda, all you need to do is research the history of their owner, The Hearst Corporation and the phrase “yellow journalism.” But, their motto says it all: “Globalize Yourself!”

Anyway, back inside to pick up my keys, the next program, Modern Marvels: Bread, had begun. “How boring,” I remarked, and then, the bakery’s owner said “a huge part of our business is the wafers we make for the Roman Catholic Church. And, the Eucharist samples they showed depict what on them? Yes, the cross of the Knights of St. Malta [I guess my subconscious was telling me to write this article] . {*5}

As if that wasn’t enough, a few days later, I overheard part of an alternative radio program mention, “The Chosen Ones [the Knights of Malta] are Coming!

All this synchronicity and revelations, interspersed with ensuing conversations with friends, make me wonder what other rituals we engage in that on the surface, seem like harmless entertainment for children? That and recollections from one of the videos, lead me to reflect back on Jesus’s alleged birthday: {*6}

  • We invite SANTA (anagram for SATAN) into our house. The kids leave out milk and cookies. Do the legends not teach us; a vampire (the dark force) can’t come into our house, unless we invite them.

  • Santa Claus does sound a lot like Satan’s Claws, and both entities are always depicted in red.

  • While there is no historical “St. Nicolas,” the Bible does say: “But this thou hast, that thou hatest the deeds of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate.” (Revelations 2:6)

  • Satan/Santa is omniscient (knows who’s been naughty and who’s been nice), omnipresent (not bound by the rules of space/time) and apparently, unlike any of the other Christian “saints” also immortal.

It’s amazing what one can learn with just a little bit of research. We really need to re-train our brains to critically analyze EVERYTHING. The Church of Rome, among others, may preach “Have faith and question not,” but that, my friends, is a formula for ignorance. Paul Tillich, a theologian of substance, counters:

“Doubt isn’t the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith,” and “Being religious means asking passionately the question of the meaning of our existence and being willing to receive answers, even if the answers hurt.

What you do, is your choice. I am not one to force a belief system on anyone, nor claim to have complete faith in any religion. But, you should at least try to learn what the hell you’re celebrating and more importantly, what you’re indoctrinating your children into.

 
Disclaimer: This article was written at an earlier stage of my development, thus it may contain some minor points which do not necessarily reflect my present belief set.
 

*1: There were never any snakes in Ireland (climate too hostile for them). The reference is beyond doubt, got something to do with the campaign to rid the Celts of their age-old Druidic wisdom and replace it with church superstition. Though some Druidic customs came back to Ireland disguised as church rituals, the wisdom and knowledge was never disseminated to the masses. [LB]

*2: Some of the Gnostics (the Cathars come to mind) , taught that the Creator of our souls, and the Architect of our material world, are two different Gods. The former being good and loving, while the latter is malicious. Hence, if we’ve been worshiping the latter [the Church’s “God”], that may explain why 1000’s of years of prayer have failed to even slightly improve conditions on this planet. [LB]

*3: That damn Teletubbies video seriously creeps me out. Seems like some kind of hypnotic mind control for toddlers. The blatant Solar Cult messages aimed at those so young force me to re-contemplate whether any of Zeitgeist is a higher-level of propaganda aimed at further developed minds. [LB]

*4: Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder would imply the practice is pretty wide-spread and connected to the missing children “phenomenon.” There are some other views on the topic, which some may find extreme. Cases could be made for the Vatican or wealthy Elitists as well. I guess it depends on which theory one subscribes to. [LB]

*5: Oddly enough, the show also mentioned that for the Mexican “Day of the Dead” festival, the company baked wafers with “crossbones” on them. I’ll also leave that Pirates, Nazi SS, Order of Death, Skull & Bones avenue of exploration to others. [LB]

*6: Some of the ideas about Santa and this article, were inspired from watching Walter Veith’s “The Wine of Babylon: The Doctrines of the Great Whore . Even though I don’t agree with everything he says, I would still recommend it, especially to anyone who considers themselves a Christian. [LB]

~ by celticrebel on March 26, 2008.

4 Responses to “Saints of the Vernal Equinox”

  1. A very good read. (As are all of your blogs I have so far read.) Some of the links are not working. Any chance you have some of the script or files saved and could send them my way?

  2. truth is neither good nor bad but thinking makes it so. shakespeare, he had his act together. and thanks for rebel’s expansion on the shallowness of current mainstream thinking.

  3. A clause is a contractual one. The lord of the word deals in contracts as way to devalue life into being an object.
    So we are consenting to inviting a harvest, this is why the rule of invitation for vampires they are bureaucratic. They deal in laws, luciferian temples stand in our parliamentary buildings, we consent to being under their subjugation in voting and being taxed and registered as property, under fictitious names we fraud ourself out of sovereignty to be collateral against debt. What happens when the loan is called in from these groups that manufacture currency. As property you are rightfully repossessed to whatever ends desired. It’s all very much legal and above board, since people are such willing slaves making this an actual possibility.

  4. Time to start going through all of your posts regarding the church and its version of history. Always disregarded what you had to say about the church (except for the pedo priests – too obvious to disregard), but now we are officially recovering catholics, and have to walk further down this road to Truth. Here is a current link for the Wine of Babylon video.

    PS: “Have faith and question not” . Exactly right! How many times in how many ways does the bible instruct us to not think? “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 18:2 . “…be like children as far as evil is concerned” 1 Cor.14:20. “But Jesus said, ‘Let the children come to me. Don’t stop them! For the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to those who are like these children’.” Mark 10:14. “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you hid these things from wise and intelligent men, but revealed them to children.” Luke 10:21. “But to all who believed him and accepted him, he gave the right to become children of God.” John 1:12. Just a small sampling. Don’t think – you don’t want to go to Hell!

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