Do You Really Know What Fat Tuesday Is????
This month’s New Moon observation video: https://youtu.be/-QQ-Z_hvnbU
Let’s be thankful to have been blessed with the scales being removed from our eyes to see clearly …. As the world blindly celebrates pagan mythology and thoroughly breaks Yah’s first and second commandments . . .
Exodus 20:2-6 I am the LORD thy God . . .
The last day of this month (Oct. 31) is set aside to honor several pagan gods and goddesses, including Feralia, Roman “god of the dead,” and Pomona, who was the Roman divinity of Fruit Trees. She was also known as the “Apple-Mother” – the dispenser of the “apples of eternal life.” Every Roman banquet ended with apples, as an invocation of Pomona’s good will. Traces of the worship of this pagan goddess can be found today rooted in the practice of “bobbing for apples” on Halloween.
As with the holidays of Christmas and Easter, we can trace the roots of Halloween far back into the pagan past. The Encyclopedia of Religion says, “Halloween, or All hallows Eve, is a festival celebrated on 31 October, the evening prior to the Christian Feast of All Saints Day (Nov. 1, and All Souls Day (Nov. 2). Halloween is the name for the eve of Samhain (Summer’s End), a celebration marking the beginning of winter as well as the first day of the Celtic New Year among the peoples of the British Isles (Britons, Irish, Scots and Welsh). It was also known as the Celtic Festival of the Dead.” (1987, p. 176, “Halloween”)
On this holiday, the souls of the dead were supposed to revisit their homes. and hence it was said that ghosts, witches, goblins, black cats, bats, fairies, and demons of all kinds roamed about seeking whom they could control. As a result, these people put on grotesque masks and animal skins and offered sacrifices in the bonfires to ward off the evil. They also carved eerie images out of pumpkins and placed lighted candles inside to scare them. “It was the only day on which the help of the devil was invoked for such purposes.” (Encyclopedia Britannica, 15th ed. Micropaedia, Vol. IV. P. 862, “Halloween”). Church leaders adopted this ancient celebration to serve their own purposes. “The Samhain remained a popular festival among the Celtic people throughout the “christianization” of Great Britain.” (The Encyclopedia of Religion, p. 177, “Halloween.”) Still today, its festival is alive and well here in America! If you don’t believe me, then ask yourself why do people dress up in grotesque images, make “Jack-O-Lanterns,” and decorate their homes and churches with symbols of the dead such as skeletons, ghosts, witches and black cats on the evening of October 31? How many times have you yelled “Trick or Treat,” gone bobbing for apples, or went on hay rides to a place where huge bonfires were built? This night is said to be one of Lucifer’s great “High Days” . So — if you want to continue celebrating Halloween — do so at the risk of your own eternal life in the Lake of Fire!
Labor Day is not a national holiday as it is proposed….like Thanksgiving it is celebrated internationally, which is usually a tell-tale for a pagan celebration. If you follow the bread crumbs, you will find that national Labor Day is connected to an international May Day.
Canada’s Labour Day is also celebrated on the first Monday of September. More than 80 countries celebrate International Workers’ Day on May 1, and several countries have chosen their own dates for Labour Day. May 1 was chosen by a pan-national organization of socialist and communist political parties to commemorate the general strike and events that took place around the Haymarket affair, which occurred in Chicago on May 1 through 4, 1886. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labor_Day
International Workers’ Day, also known as Labour Day or Workers’ Day in some countries and often referred to as May Day, is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement which occurs every year on May Day (1 May), an ancient European spring festival.——–Beltane (/ˈbɛl.teɪn/) is the anglicised name for the Gaelic May Day festival. Most commonly it is held on 1 May
Historic Labor Day seems to have been used to introduce the common American into secret societies. At first look, joining the labor unions seemed to solely be professionally based, but taking a look into the symbols, rituals and payment into the unions showed evidence of their direct connections to already existing secret societies—not to mention that the men that began the labor unions were ranking members of the secret society, the Freemasons!
The July 4th celebration is not patriotic, it is pagan. It honors and celebrates the goddess of America, goddess Liberty. The celebration of the 4th of July features the offering of meat sacrifices of abominable meats from the swine burnt over a open fire ( we call it a BBQ ) and the burning of incense in the form of fireworks to the honor of this pagan goddess.
The Statue of Liberty at the base has this inscription: “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
This statue’s full name is goddess Liberty Enlightening the World. The inscription states”give me your tired, your poor”, not give us as in the nation of America, but give me as in the goddess!
Even a few of the Official Seals and Flags of individual states showcase America’s goddesses! The New York state flag features goddesses Liberty and Justice! The New Jersey state flag features goddesses Liberty and Ceres (Prosperity)!