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Christmas is about a False Christ

Updated on November 8, 2017
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Mother and son with a sun disc around their heads.
Mother and son with a sun disc around their heads.

Every year during the holiday season millions of Christian households celebrate the Christmas holiday season based on ancient mythology and folklore. Many are unaware of the legend and history behind the traditions they celebrate. They will say, 'Jesus is the reason for the season,' but what they do not know is that the birthday of the Jesus that they are celebrating is not Christ the Saviour from the New Testament, but another false christ found in the Old Testament from ancient Babylon.

Tammuz, Son of Nimrod and Samiramis; a sun god.
Tammuz, Son of Nimrod and Samiramis; a sun god.

Tammuz

The tradition of the season can be traced back to the celebration of the winter solstice. It is when the days start to become longer as the sun appears to rise higher in the Northern Hemisphere. In the occult world of ancient Babylon this was a time to celebrate the return of the sun, meaning the reincarnation of Nimrod’s son Tammuz.

Then he brought me to the entrance of the north gate of the house of the LORD, and behold, there sat women weeping for TAMMUZ. Then he said to me, “Have you seen this, O son of man? You will see still greater abominations than these.” – Ezekiel 8:14-15

According to legend, Semiramis supernaturally conceived and bore a son Tammuz on December 25th. After the death of her husband Nimrod, she incestuously married Tammuz believing him to be a reincarnation, or reanimation of him. Semiramis created the Babylonian doctrine of Nimrod deifying him as a spirit being claiming that an evergreen tree sprang forth overnight from a dead tree stump symbolizing the springing forth of his spirit bringing new life. Every year on the anniversary of his birth (December 25th), he would visit the evergreen tree bearing gifts.

Birthday of Nimrod

Christmas is the birthday of Nimrod and the tradition of man was to go out in the forest and cut an evergreen tree and decorate it and put gifts underneath it.

For the customs of the peoples are vanity. A TREE FROM THE FOREST is cut down and worked with an axe by the hands of a craftsman. – Jeremiah 10:3

And he did not do what was right in the eyes of the LORD his God…. And he sacrificed and made offerings on the high places and on the hills and UNDER EVERY GREEN TREE. – 2 Kings 16:2 and 4

You who burn with lust among the oaks, UNDER EVERY GREEN TREE, who slaughter your children in the valleys, under the clefts of the rocks? – Isaiah 57:5

Nimrod aka Santa
Nimrod aka Santa

1 Kings 14:23; 2 Kings 17:10; 2 Chronicles 28:4; Deuteronomy 12:2; Jeremiah 2:20, 3:6, 3:13, 17:2; Ezekiel 6:13, 20:28, 20:47

Here are few more references pertaining to the idolatry of evergreen trees that God deems as an abomination. Read the surrounding verses to get a clear grasp of what His response to His people inquiring about and practicing pagan traditions.


Tradition

And he said to them, “You have a fine way of REJECTING the commandment of God in order to establish your TRADITION! – Mark 7:9

Thus making VOID the Word of God by your TRADITION that you have handed down. And many such things you do.” – Mark 7:13

Many who are indoctrinated in the man-made church system fail to understand that worshipping God in man-made traditions makes the Gospel of no effect. The disciples of Christ in the New Testament did not follow after traditions of man when they worshipped God. If they attempted to, they were admonished by the apostles to stop their vain works. Even Christ did not have nice things to say to Pharisees who put more precedence in tradition than worshipping God in spirit an in truth.

Many direct their worship God in man-made traditions because they are ignorant of the origins, traditions, and practices of Christmas that have been handed down from generation to generation.

It is time to walk in truth and no longer walk in the idolatry of Christmas.

Yule Log
Yule Log

The Yule Log and Christmas Tree

A Yule Log is often burned on Christmas Eve as families gather around the warmth of the fire. Before going to bed, they let the log embers die. In the morning with excitement and anticipation the kids jump out of their beds to see a decorated evergreen tree surrounded with gifts in their living rooms. Many are ignorant of the meaning of the Yule Log they burned the night before that represents the death of Nimrod and the Christmas tree that was set up and decorated that symbolizes the his rebirth incarnated through his son, Tammuz.

The Yule Log and the Christmas tree have ancient origins that have absolutely nothing to do with our heavenly Father and His Son, but is simply a counterfeit abomination.

Even if our focus is not on the counterfeit, God does not accept our worship through the traditions of a pagan lies. Christ was not born on Christmas day and he is not 'the reason for the season.' It is a false christ that was born of Christmas day and this counterfeit is the reason for the season.

You shall NOT worship the LORD your God in that way. – Deuteronomy 12:4

You must NOT worship the LORD your God the way the other nations worship their gods, for they perform for their gods every detestable act that the LORD HATES. – Deuteronomy 12:31

It's time to wake up people!

The Yule Log is Nimrod, the dead ruler of ancient Babylon and the Christmas trees in your home represent the deification of his incarnate son, Tammuz through him.

Superimposing God's Son over Pagan Practices

Are you getting the picture yet?

If you are worshipping Christ in Christmas tradition, you are worshipping the incarnate son of Nimrod, Tammuz. The Christmas tree is Tammuz, the spirit of Nimrod who comes back to life again. The common image of a mother holding her child is not only pervasive in Catholicism, but found throughout nearly every ancient culture throughout history.

The green tree represents the incarnate son Tammuz reanimated by the spirit of Nimrod. Santa Clause is another name for him. Many of the sun gods of the many cultures around the world can be traced back all the way to ancient Babylon. All of these gods are associated with sun worship.

Santa Claus aka Sinterklaas aka St. Nickolas aka Odin aka Osirus aka Ba’al aka Nimrod

The story of an immaculate conception with a birth of a son born of Christmas day is not about the Son of God. To add him to pagan tradition in an attempt to “redeem” something that never originated from our Father in heaven. This it is an abomination His sight.

Even the ancient Egyptians had their own birth of an incarnate son, Horus through Osiris and Isis. The mythology and legend of supposed virgin births are prevalent in pagan and occult history with similar pattern just like Christians do when they attempt to superimpose God's Son in the idolatry of sun god birthdays and the tradition of worshipping them.

If we read study Scripture with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, it should become crystal clear that the birth of the Son of God does not follow in the shadow of pagan traditions. The precise date of his birth is unknown, but it can be proven that he was not born on Christmas day.

The question is why is the birthday of Christ celebrated on this day?

Christians worship a false christ during the Christmas season because they have adopted man-made traditions handed down to them from the Roman Catholic Church by incorporating and 'redeeming' the idolatry of the mystery religions of ancient Babylon.

The Meaning of Christmas

The word, Christmas is a Catholic concoction. In Latin, it is 'Cristes maesse,' meaning the mass of Christ. The word 'maesse' comes from the latin root 'mittere,' which means to send. 'Mittere' is derived from 'missa,' meaning to dismiss.

If you think about the syncretism of pagan practice into Catholicism, the Merry Christmas! greeting that proceeds from the mouths of Christians is actually demonically charged.

Merry Christmas! means merry dismissal of Christ replaced with the counterfeit Roman Catholic christ who is represented by a mother holding her baby. This picture has been found in most ancient cultures as the incarnate son of of a deified mother. The merrily dismissal of Christ (Merry Christmas!) is a greeting that means to replace Chrst our Saviour, or Yahshua Messiah of the New Testament with a Roman Catholic sun god, Tammuz. This counterfeit christ, Tammuz, is the deified son of Nimrod.

The Lie Perpetuated by Christians

During the Christmas season, those in the counterfeit church system tries to woe the unsuspecting in through her doors to celebrate and worship their version of Jesus in their traditions. They say, 'Jesus is the reason for the season.' The irony is that the Christ that they worship is Tammuz. They will deny it, but by theirs behaviours and practices they mimic the idolatry of the pagans attested through history. Any attempt to worship the true God through a lie is an abomination as stated many times in Scripture.

For if someone comes and proclaims ANOTHER JESUS than the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a DIFFERENT SPIRIT from the one you received, or if you accept a DIFFERENT GOSPEL from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough. – 2 Corinthians 11:14

Tammuz
Tammuz

It's simple. Do the math. Tammuz is another Jesus who comes in a different spirit of. The spirit of Christmas is about the worship of Nimrod through his son, Tammuz. This is clearly a different Gospel because it is an attempt to worship God in a lie. This antichrist. The Son of God was not born on Christmas day. He is not the 'reason for the season.' It is vain worship and an abomination to our Father in heaven.

There is absolutely no spiritual significance of celebrating Christmas for a true follower of Christ. To partake in the tradition of idolatry in your own home is committing spiritual adultery towards our Father in heaven.

Take a close look at the depiction of the many nativity scenes with the solar discs around the heads of those who are called, Mary, Joseph, and Jesus. These are the rays of the sun that are symbolic of sun god worship illuminating others around them. These depictions can be traced all the way back to Semiramis, Nimrod and Tammuz of ancient Babylon.

Christ already told us what to do in remembrance of him. His early followers of listened to him.

Should we not do the same?

Do you believe that you can worship the Father through His Son from the pagan traditions steeped in idolatry of sun worship?

Do you believe you can worship our Father in heaven based on a lie?

Do you believe you can worship our Father in heaven the way you want to worship Him?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you have allowed man-made tradition to take precedence over worshipping God in spirit and in truth.

But the hour is coming, and is now here, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and TRUTH, for the Father is seeking such people to worship him. – John 4:23

The Default Position is Antichrist

To worship God in man-made tradition by default is antichrist. Take an honest look into the pages of Scripture and weigh and test the behaviours of those in the church system today. I guarantee that you will not find the example of Christ and the apostles within her doors. Break free from the traditions of man and the indoctrination and idolatry of the harlot church system and follow the true Messiah who has not been baptized and whitewashed in the symbolism and worship of pagan gods.

The winter solstice (Christmas season) is about the North Star aligning with the three king stars (Orion’s belt) that brings new birth to the sun (Tammuz, the spirit of Nimrod) as the days get longer going into the spring.

You won't find 'three kings' pertaining to the birth of God's Son.

We must seek after the genuine Christ and follow his example. This means humbling ourselves before him and obeying his Father, Yahweh rather than man and their traditions. It is impossible to please Him by superimposing worship to Him through man-made traditions. It is unfortunate that many attempt to 'redeem' pagan practices in service to God. What vanity.

It is time to repent and follow the ways and principles of the Kingdom of God.

Therefore go out from their midst, and BE SEPARATE from them, says the Lord, and touch no unclean thing; then I will welcome you, and I will be a father to you, and you shall be sons and daughters to me, says the Lord Almighty.” – 2 Corinthians 6:17-18

Do you believe you can 'redeem' pagan practice as a means of worshiping God?

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If you answered yes, I would challenge you to find a Scripture reference in its proper context that would prove otherwise.

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      KingdomCome 11 months ago from those of the Ecclesia

      Km- No we are not JW's, nor are we any other false churches out there. We are disciples of Jesus Christ. It's that simple, but it's really hard for many to understand something this simple.

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      Km 11 months ago

      Ok...be honest...Are you all JWs?

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      Steve Seven 15 months ago

      Thanks for the post it is great. But why stop with Christmas? The whole death for 3 days and resurrection idea is also pagan...this is the Sun God dying at the winter solstice and being reborn. The whole idea of the cross and the virgin mother are astrological as well. In the end the whole of the Christian religion is nothing more than a re-writing of pagan ritual.

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      PlanksandNails 22 months ago from among the called out ones of the ekklesia of Christ

      Neil,

      You make a good point. I just did a Bible word search for "ignorance" and found several references that paint a clear picture of those who claim, or decide to remain ignorant.

      Ephesians 4:18; Hosea 4:6; Proverbs 8:5, 19:2, 22:3; Acts 17:30: James 1:5; 1 John 4:1; Matthew 7:21-23; Ezekiel 33:6; 1 Peter 1:13-16; John 13:7; Luke 23:34

      There is a principle in the legal system that says "ignorance of the law is no excuse." What this means is that you can't defend your actions by arguing you didn't know.

      As followers of Jesus Christ, the laws are supposed to be written on our hearts. Unfortunately, the "Christian" lays the ignorance card and seems comfortable in this state.

      When something is done from the heart, it means that that behaviors express the inner structure of the one doing it. That was the difference between Cain and Abel, and is the difference between man-made religion and their traditions versus the principles of the Kingdom of God.

      Thank-you for the comment. May God bless you and your family.

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      PlanksandNails 22 months ago from among the called out ones of the ekklesia of Christ

      KingdomCome,

      I believe one of the biggest deceptions that people buy into is that they believe they can worship God the ways they want to. They believe that their sacrifice of "worship" in tradition is accepted by God. When Cain made his sacrifices before the Lord Scripture states, "but for Cain and his offering he had no regard." - Genesis 4:5

      The modern Chruch has gone in the way of Cain.

      Woe unto them! for they have gone in the way of Cain, and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward, and perished in the gainsaying of Core. - Jude 1:11

      False teachers who promote their traditions to the gullible will await greater judgement from God.

      May we follow Jesus Christ rather than tradition.

      God Bless.

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      Neil Braithwaite 23 months ago

      When most Christians confronted about this, and any other man-made "Christian" traditions, they shockingly defend observing these traditions by pleading ignorance.

      They will either say they have never heard anything "pagan" about them, or that the pagan influences have been overridden by the "Christian" elements - which somehow makes it "OK" for them to observe pagan rituals that have been successfully "Christianized."

      I believe the biggest reason most "Christians" continue to observe these pagan rituals is because they don't want to be ostracized by the "Church," and have to admit that their God would actually hold them accountable for their actions.

      The bottom line is that God has given them over to a delusional influence (Satan's lies) to believe what is false. And sadly, once people get in this condition, it is almost impossible to turn them back to the truth.

      11 For this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they will believe what is false, 12 in order that they all may be judged who did not believe the truth, but took pleasure in wickedness.

      2 Thessalonians 2:11-12

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      KingdomCome 23 months ago from those of the Ecclesia

      PandN, great job writing this article. If people don't understand that christmas is all pagan after reading this, then there is something very wrong with them.

      God bless.