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War on Christmas Starts Early – Post Office Says No New Religious Stamps

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I'm just posting this here to inform you that we have been had . Next will be no Christmas in your own home . I think I hate this multicultural democracy crap !

Don’t expect new Christmas stamps this year because for the first time in decades the U.S. Postal Service won’t issue a new stamp depicting any Christian religious figure or symbol. No baby Jesus. No Mary. And none of the three wise men.

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I'm just posting this here to inform you that we have been had . Next will be no Christmas in your own home . I think I hate this multicultural democracy crap !

Don’t expect new Christmas stamps this year because for the first time in decades the U.S. Postal Service won’t issue a new stamp depicting any Christian religious figure or symbol. No baby Jesus. No Mary. And none of the three wise men.

Read this post at : http://www.vdare.com/posts/war-on-christmas-starts-early-post-office-says-no-new-religious-stamps

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS CSB! :cheers: Appreciate your posts!

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I will always say Merry Christmas. It's one way I can fight back and not get arrested. Yet!

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I will always say Merry Christmas. It's one way I can fight back and not get arrested. Yet!

:vFpL81r: Key word here is "yet" Cin. You are a breath of fresh air in a world congested in smog! MERRY CHRISTMAS! Without any doggone "X". Thanks for checking in. Luv ya. :wub:

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And a Merry Christmas to you, too, fed the hell up. A little early I know, but that's ok!

Never too early for love Cin! :bananalove:

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I collected stamps as a kid and they usually put out one religious and one generic stamp. There might have been some protest from the jews but not enough to stop the presses. They just included some Hanukkah stamps once in awhile.

Next up, the muzzies will be going after love because it's so offensive to their religion.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-XPBWrFrYx8M/TVmi2q4vToI/AAAAAAAARLw/TMZYFs-8OKM/s1600/252LOVEStamp.png

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I'm just posting this here to inform you that we have been had . Next will be no Christmas in your own home . I think I hate this multicultural democracy crap !

Don’t expect new Christmas stamps this year because for the first time in decades the U.S. Postal Service won’t issue a new stamp depicting any Christian religious figure or symbol. No baby Jesus. No Mary. And none of the three wise men.

Read this post at : http://www.vdare.com/posts/war-on-christmas-starts-early-post-office-says-no-new-religious-stamps

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS CSB! :cheers: Appreciate your posts!

I will always say Merry Christmas. It's one way I can fight back and not get arrested. Yet!

Christmas: Is it "Christian" or Pagan?

 

Lorraine Day, M.D.

 


The Bible does not tell us when Jesus was born. However, we know that the angels announced the birth of Christ to the Bethlehem shepherds in the open fields who were tending their flocks by night.. This fact certainly implies that the birth of Jesus could NOT have been on the 25th of December. "The cold of the night in Palestine between December and February is very piercing, and it was not customary for the shepherds of Judea to watch their flocks in the open fields later than about the end of October." Hislop, A., The Two Babylons, Loiseaux Brothers, Neptune, N.J. pg 91.

In addition, Jesus Himself said, in speaking of the coming destruction of Jerusalem,

Obviously, Jesus understood that the wintertime in Palestine was harsh enough to make traveling difficult and uncomfortable. If the winter was such a bad time in which to flee, it seems unlikely that the shepherds would be sleeping out in the fields while tending their sheep during that season.

Because of these facts, and others to be discussed, it is virtually impossible for the birth of Christ to have occurred on December 25.

It is beyond doubt that Christmas was originally a pagan festival. The time of the year and the ceremonies with which it is still celebrated, prove its origin.

Isis, the Egyptian title for the "queen of heaven," gave birth to a son at this very time, about the time of the winter solstice. The term "Yule" is the Chaldee (Babylonian) name for "infant" or "little child."

This pagan festival not only commemorated the figurative birthday of the sun in the renewal of its course, but it also was celebrated (on December 24) among the Sabeans of Arabia, as the birthday of the "Lord Moon."

In Babylon, where the sun (Baal) was the object of worship, Tammuz was considered the incarnation of the Sun.

There are many other Christmas counterparts of the Babylonian winter solstice festival, such as: 1) candles lighted on Christmas eve and used throughout the festival season were equally lighted by the Pagans on the eve of the festival of the Babylonian god, to do honor to him, 2) the Christmas tree was equally common in Pagan Rome and Pagan Egypt. In Egypt that tree was the palm tree; in Rome it was the fir. The tree denoted the Pagan Messiah.

The Yule log was considered the dead stock of Nimrod (or Tammuz, depending on the specific nation involved), deified as the sun god, but cut down by his enemies; the Christmas tree is Nimrod revived - the slain god come to life again.

The Yule occultic colors are red and green.

The mistletoe branch symbolized "the man, the branch" and was regarded as a divine branch - a corrupt Babylonian representation of the true Messiah. Both mistletoe and holly were considered fertility plants by the pagans.

The story of the death of Adonis, also known as Tammuz, involved a fatal wound from the tusk of a boar when Tammuz was 40 years old. That is why a boar was sacrificed on this Pagan holiday. Even today, a Christmas ham is a traditional favorite of many.

"According to a Roman almanac, The Christian festival of Christmas was celebrated in Rome by A.D. 336. During the 4th century the celebration of Christ's birth on December 25 was gradually adopted by most Eastern churches. In Jerusalem, opposition to Christmas lasted longer, but it was subsequently accepted.

"The traditional customs connected with Christmas have developed from several sources as a result of the coincidence of the celebration of the birth of Christ with the pagan agricultural and solar observances at mid-winter. December 25 was regarded as the birthdate of the Iranian mystery god Mithra, the Sun of Righteousness. . . The ecclesiastical calendar retains numerous remnants of pre-Christian festivals—notably Christmas, which blends elements including both the feast of the Saturnalia and the birthday of the god Mithra." Encyclopedia Britannica, 1976 edition; Micropedia II, pg 903, Macropedia 15, pg 1063.

The much-loved hero of Christmas, Santa Claus, who "knows when you are sleeping, he knows when you're awake, he knows when you've been bad or good" and who can circumnavigate the globe in one night, is nothing more than the Winter stag god, the god of the hunt, a "take-off" on the true God of heaven, who is omnipresent (everywhere at once), omniscient (knows all), and omnipotent (all powerful).

Santa has Eight Reindeer. Reindeer are symbolic of the Pagan Stag god. The number 8 is the number for a new beginning, and, when laid on its side, is the occultic symbol for Infinity.

There can be no doubt that the Pagan festival of the winter solstice—in other words, Christmas—was held in honor of the birth of the Babylonian Messiah.

The prophet Ezekiel is told by God to:

December 25 was also the Day of Saturnalia, a celebration dedicated to the Chief god, Saturn, during which time there was much drinking, many banquets, and presents were exchanged.

God is very clear in his directives against the celebration of this Pagan holiday that Christians now universally celebrate as Christmas. God calls this an abomination! Christians celebrate December 25th blindly believe they are honoring the birth of Jesus, when they are in reality honoring the Pagan god Tammuz.

In Jeremiah 10:1-4, we read:

There could be NO more specific description of a present-day Christmas, than this.

God says, "DON'T do it. This is Paganism!"

http://www.goodnewsaboutgod.com/studies/holidays2.htm

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Jeremiah 10:1-4 King James Version (KJV)

10 Hear ye the word which the Lord speaketh unto you, O house of Israel:

Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.

For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.

They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Jeremiah+10%3A1-4&version=KJV

Why should we believe what Jeremiah wrote? It seems to be hearsay but I have read that Christmas is really a winter solstice festival.

Christmas wasn't a big deal until the Victorians kicked it into commercialism with their wanton desire to decorate everything. It wasn't too bad until all the manufacturing when to China and now there's Christmas Crap by the ton. For me, it's about the feast and being with my family. Sometimes I put up pretty lights, some years it's too much bother. There are more Scrooges dropping out all the time but still if you don't buy gifts you're an outcast. The rituals are way too ingrained in society, rarely questioned of their origin.

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Christmas: Is it "Christian" or Pagan?

 

Lorraine Day, M.D.

Txt was changed in transit....

Now here is the rest it left out...

"Hear ye the word which the Lord speaketh unto you, O house of Israel:

"Thus saith the Lord, ŒLearn NOT the way of the heathen, and be NOT dismayed at the signs of heaven (the queen of heaven, Isis, worshiped by the heathen), for the heathen are dismayed at them.

"For the customs of the people are futile: for one cuts a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman,with the ax.

"They decorate it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not."

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I didn't catch this change until YourMom2 made a reply. 

Gchq/NSA/& friends are arseholes!

 

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Here's my take on Christmas. I'm neither a Christian nor a pagan. Christmas, to me, means happy memories of being with family and friends. It's a family tradition that means we got the best present of the year on that day as kids, ate the best food and were spending time together because that's when everyone was off work. Maybe that's wrong to some people, but it's not to me. I really don't care if Jesus was actually born on that day or not, because that's never going to be proven to my satisfaction, and yes, I do believe Jesus existed and was an enlightened being. I'm really tired of people telling me that I'm going to burn in hell forever if I don't believe a certain way. No one can force you to believe anything, that comes from within and at this point, there is no one who can take your beliefs system away from you. It's coming though, through technology.

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