It Doesn’t Pay to Serve Demons

In this video I discuss why some demon worshipers (like most Hindus) remain poor for the rest of their lives whilst some get wealthy, such as #Hollywood celebrities – though at the end all Satan worshipers lose out.

I also mention what Buddha has to do with demons and the danger of Eastern religious practices such as chanting, yoga and meditation.

Answering Personal Questions and New Things I’ve Found out About the Bible

In this video I answer a few questions about myself asked by readers and then describe what I’ve found out about the biblical lake of fire, explain a point with regards to dispensationalism and explain a misunderstood Bible word.

Egyptian Roots of British Royalty and Roman Catholic Church

In this video I describe similarities between pharaohs of ancient Egypt and the British royalty as well as the Roman Catholic Church. Striking similarities between the religion, insignia and customs of these groups cannot be coincidental.

Some Answered Comments About Transgender Celebrities

I made this video to answer some comments I received after publishing the transgender celebrities video.

I also show pictures of transgender Victoria’s Secret models as well as celebrities’ children that are almost identical to their parents and might be their clones.

Yahweh Against Ancient Egypt’s Cannibalism and Sex Magic

In this video I discuss some ancient Egypt’s abominable practices and how they explain some of the Biblical laws. I also discuss some points about Hinduism and an amazing accomplishment of God-led Moses which is leading the chosen people out of the Egyptian slavery system powered by magic.

I relied on the excellent work of Lehan Steven Macadam whose mentioned primary sources I’ve checked and verified to be correctly quoted. I’ve also used some primary sources for this video like the Cannibal Hymn of Pyramid Texts and the medical Edwin Smith Papyrus as well as personal conclusions after studying Egyptian wall drawings and figurines.

I’m by no means an expert of Egyptian religion but the truth won’t come from the mainstream archaeologists who hide obvious truths to protect their national pride, so I hope that this video will open the minds of some to do further studying on this topic should they wish to.

About the Video to Come and Response to the Transgender Video

This is a short video with my response about the previous transgender video as well as the description about the video I’m going to post next.

Leaving India, Strangest Video to Come, and Bible Study Advice

This is a diary-style update about some things about my life, the strangest video that I’m soon going to release, and some advice on Bible study.

Undeniable Proof of Pre-Trib Rapture!

This post deals with the issue in the second chapter of the second Paul’s epistle to Thessalonians. Here’s the entire chapter:

2 Thessalonians 2

In the third verse we read “Let no man deceive you by any means (…)”. When you encounter such warnings of the Holy Spirit, pay attention, because it’s likely we were already deceived about what follows. And that’s the definitely the case!

Here’s the third verse:

Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

This chapter’s keyword is contained in this verse. And it was mistranslated. This word is “aspostasia” which is translated as “falling away”.

Nowhere in Greek lexicons do we find this word meaning “falling away”.

This word is usually translated as “departure”.

This word can also be translated as:

Defection – which means desertion of one’s country in favor of another one.

It can also mean:

  • Abandonment
  • Withdrawal
  • Forsaking
  • Leaving
  • Disappearance

The noun apostasiah is used only twice in the New Testament; the second instance is translated as “forsake” and is found in Acts 21:21 where it’s about forsaking the commandment of God given through Moses to circumcise children.

The verb form of apostasiah, however, is used sixteen times in the NT, and only three times it’s to do with departing from faith. The three verses that use this word in this told manner are:

1. Luke 8:13 which mentions the verb “fall away” and in this verse Jesus tells about what happens to certain persons when the word of God is sown in their hearts. It’s told that some receive the word gladly but in the time of temptation they “fall away”.

2. The next verse that mentions this verb in connection with departure from faith is found in 1 Timothy 4:1, which is supposed to refer to the very falling away that Paul talks about in his second epistle to Thessalonians. Yet in the epistle to Timothy Paul simply explains what the Holy Spirit expressly told about the future Christians – that many will fall away because they will be seduced by the doctrines of demons.

Nothing is mentioned about the revealing of the man of sin, or that it’s the first sign of the coming horrors, which shows that the actual falling away predicted by Paul in his epistle to Timothy is not a sign but a prophecy that came true already and has nothing to do withapostasiah, the departure, mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 2:3.

3. The last chapter which mentions falling away in relation to departure from faith is found in Hebrews 3:12, where it’s rendered as “depature from the Living God” because of the evil heart of unbelief.

Now the next few verses that have the verb form of apostasiah (which is aphistemi) are these:

  • It’s translated as departure from iniquity in 2 Timothy 2:19.
  • It’s translated as withdrawal from the men of corrupt minds in 1 Timothy 2:19.
  • It’s translated as not departing from the temple of God in Luke 2:37.
  • It’s translated as “depart” in relation to Satan’s messenger in Paul’s flesh in 2 Corinthians 12:8.
  • It’s translated as the departure of an angel in Acts 12:10.
  • It’s translated as Satan’s departure from Jesus after failing to tempt him for forty days in Luke 4:13.
  • It’s translated as Paul’s departure from unbelievers in Acts 19:9.

As you see, in the vast majority of instances this verb is translated as to do with spacial departure and not a departure from an idea or faith.

The verb form of apostasiah usually means a literal change of place, and we find that this very meaning also applies to 2 Thessalonians 2:3! The word “departure” perfectly fits the context, and it explains the whole letter!

This word, of course, refers to our departing out of here – the Holy Spirit filled born-again Christians will be raptured and only then the man of sin will be revealed!

The further proof of that is the fact that KJV predecessor Bibles used exactly this word!

Five Textus-Receptus-based Bibles translated the apostasiah word as “departing” or used its equivalents:

  1. 1519 Greek Latin Erasmus New Testament mentions the Latin word “defectio” which means “defection” – desertion of one’s country in favor of another one.
  2. Tyndale Bible of 1534 – “Let no man deceive you by any means, for the Lord cometh not, except there come a departing first, and that that sinful man be opened, the son of perdition”.
  3. Coverdale Bible of 1535 – mentions the archaic word form of “departing”.
  4. Cranmer Bible of 1539 – “(…) for the Lord shall not come except there come a departing first (…).”
  5. Geneva Bible of 1557 – “(…) except there come a departing first (…).”

This word apostasiah comes from the word aphistemi which means to:

  • cause to withdraw
  • remove
  • go away
  • depart
  • desert
  • withdraw from one
  • absent one’s self from…

Aphistemi comes from two root words – “apo” and “histemi”.

“Apo” means “away”, “deserting”, “distance”, “from”, “separation of one thing from another”.

“Histemi” – means “to set up”, “in the presence of others”, “in the midst”, “to place”, “to make firm”, “to fix”, “to establish”, “to cause a thing or person to keep his place”, “to stand”, “to be kept intact”.

So the original word clearly means departure from something that’s established, or being taken from the midst.

Verse seven further proves that the whole chapter is about rapture, and that the mentioned “falling away” is the departure of the Holy Spirit from the earth. It again confirms what has been already covered, which makes this sentence the third one mentioning rapture in this chapter!

Here are all three instances, with the third one explained below:

Rapture is mentioned three times in 2 Thessalonians 2

Correct translation of 2 Thessalonians 2:7

As you can see, the correct translation of the verse seven should be something like this:

(…) but at this moment it’s holding back until it’s taken out of the midst.

What’s holding back the iniquity? The Holy Spirit! That’s why Paul says in the sixth verse “Now you know what withholdeth that he might be revealed in his time” – he says “now you know” because he has already told that the man of sin can only be revealed after our rapture!

If the word apostasiah would indeed mean “falling away from faith”, the “now you know” part of the letter would not make sense, since Paul didn’t mention departing from faith in the letter, or in the previous one. But in both cases he mentioned rapture.

The whole letter, when apostasiah is translated correctly, becomes clear. It’s main focus is rapture. But since the word is mistranslated, the letter is confusing and vague.

So now it becomes clear that the thing that holds the iniquity back is the Holy Spirit!

It’s us, the born-again Christians that are filled with the Holy Spirit that hold the iniquity back. When we are gone, all the horrors will start on the earth, so that even people’s hearts will fail them.

We are called the salt of the Earth by Jesus for a reason. Once we are gone, there will be nothing to stop the corruption.

We are called the salt because salt stops corruption. I’m sure that the fishermen disciples of Jesus salted their fish so that it’s kept fresh longer. So they must have clearly understood what Jesus meant by that word.

When we are no longer there, all sorts of demons and demonic entities will come out, and people who looked civilized, like the elite, will show their true colors as blood drinkers and not human. I’m sure they will openly kill people and drink their blood, and there will be many other horrors, and that’s why people’s hearts will fail them.

Conclusion

So as you can see, this word is definitely mistranslated. It doesn’t mean “falling away” because Greek Lexicons never mention such a possible translation. But they do mention the word “departure” as its most likely translation, which, in the second epistle of Thessalonians, means leaving this earth to be caught up with Jesus, departing the earth to go to the place better.

Does that mean we should mistrust the KJV Bible? No! Judging from their introduction letters to the Bible, those KJV translators were saved. But the Holy Spirit gradually leads each born-again Christian to the whole truth; He doesn’t reveal everything at once but only gives what we can handle. (Our hearts would also fail us if we are revealed all the truth at once!!). They did their best, but this word was definitely mistranslated.

But this does mean that we should carefully read the Scripture and forget the traditions of men, so that instead of wresting the Scripture to suit our own ideas about it, we allow it to speak to us.

Bible can teach us as it’s the Word of God – it’s not a dead-letter book but it’s the Living Word that can lead you to all the truth. But most people don’t allow it to teach them because they impose their own understanding on it.

We should not automatically assume that the accepted way of interpreting some particular word is the truth. We should look at the context and, most importantly, we should allow the Holy Spirit to guide us and point out inconsistencies and errors in the understanding of verses.

The more I understand the Bible, the more interesting it gets to study it further. God’s Word is full of mysteries, comfort and joy. May your eyes be opened to the treasures that it has!

Pagan Origins of Christmas: Where Santa Claus, His Chariot and Christmas Decorations Came From

In this article I share my research about pagan origins of the Santa Claus character, his chariot and reindeer, Christmas traditions, and the holiday itself.

Bishop Nicholas

Bishop Nicholas of Myra

Bishop Nicholas of Myra

Santa Claus is closely associated with bishop Nicholas, who was the bishop of Myra (modern Turkey), a city in the Roman Empire.

Unfortunately, the Byzantine church was built on the ruins of the temple of Poseidon, which should have never been done since God told us to have nothing to do with the heathen.

The bishop of that church got possessed with the spirit of Poseidon, and therefore acquired powers of this sea-god.

He was able to manipulate nature and do all sorts of miracles. He would also go out secretly at night on his white horse and leave gifts in people’s homes.

When the Catholic church heard about this miracle man, they canonized him as a saint. And thus, Saint Nicholas was born. He wore, like bishops did, traditional red bishop’s outfit trimmed in white ermine, and the pointed bishop’s hat.

The Dutch still have festivals associated with this saint, mainly St. Nicholas’ Eve which is celebrated on 5th of December and the following day which they call Saint Nicholas Day.

Zwarte Piet

Zwarte Piet

He’s accompanied by two black-faced companions often wearing feathered caps called Zwarte Piet.

Their faces are told to be black due to the soot of the chimneys.

Some researchers, like Helene Adeline Guerber assert that the origin of Sinterklaas and his helpers is linked with the Wild Hunt (I write about it further down) of the Germanic god Woden.

Woden had two black helper ravens who would listen and observe what’s happening in the world and report to their master what they’ve heard of seen. Likewise the black-faced helpers of Sinterklaas report what they’ve heard children say.

Odin and His Eight-Legged Horse

Nordic god Woden

Nordic god Odin

Odin (Oden, Oddin) was a widely revered god in pagan Nordic countries, especially among the Germanic peoples.

It’s believed that this figure was derived from the ancient Germanic god of the wind and the dead, Wodan (Woden).

This one-eyed long-bearded god who is sometimes revered as an ancestral spirit was associated with healing, death, royalty, knowledge, war, sorcery, poetry and frenzy.

He was also known in Old English as Woden who had a female counterpart Freya.

Odin traveled on his eight-legged horse across the sky as well as to the underworld called Hel, which is the same as English hell, derived from the same proto-Germanic noun meaning “the underworld”.

Oden's eight-legged horse Sleipnir

Oden’s eight-legged horse Sleipnir

The name of his eight legged flying horse was Sleipnir in Old Norse mythology, which meant “slippy, or “the slipper”.

The horse was a child of a Loki and Svadilfari, a god of the race of giants of Norse mythology, who turned into a mare and mated with a stallion by the name of Svadilfari meaning “unlucky traveler”.

That wasn’t the only animal companion of Odin; he also sometimes was accompanied by two wolves or two ravens who seemed to be familiar spirits as they brought him information from other places.

The wolves named Geri and Freki, translated “the greedy one” and “the hungry one” would roam the field greedy for the corpses of those who have fallen in battle.

Woden's ravens

Woden’s ravens

The two ravens Huginn and Muninn whose names mean “thought” and “mind” or “memory” flew all over the world to report everything they saw and heard to their master Odin.

He was afraid to lose these two precious companions, because they caused him to appear very wise and all-knowing.

Because of these messengers he was sometimes called the god of ravens. Ravens are also associated with Apollo, the Greek god of music. Some believe that Lucifer was a chief musician in heaven.

Upon more research I came to the conclusion that the Norse god Odin was nothing less than Satan himself, since he was always in search for information (probably of how to usurp the throne of God), he also boasted of creating the world by slaying the original Creator which well ties in with Hindu and Greek myths.

Wild Hunt

Wild Hunt

Oden also appears as a leader of the wild hunt, a ghostly procession of the dead through the winter sky.

Wild hunt involved a ghostly or supernatural group of huntsmen passing in wild pursuit.

They were believed to be either be elves, or fairies, or the dead. Their leader was usually Oden.

Seeing wild hunt often thought to presage some catastrophe such as war or plague, or at best the death of the one who witnessed it. It was believed that people encountering the hunt might be abducted to the underworld or the fairy kingdom.

So in ancient days seeing ghost-like beings in chariots with horses in the sky were a sight of dread; these days children desire to see Santa Claus in the sky!

It was also believed that people’s spirits could be pulled away during their sleep to join the wild hunt. This ghostly procession was also called wild army, ghost riders or furious army.

Could that be the relic of a true story of how disobedient angels of God descended to copulate with human women, and therefore for this transgression were not allowed to ascend back into the heavens and thus for the time being roamed the earth, until being sent to the underworld? Or this could be the evil spirits of giants, the offspring of human women and fallen angels, who were told to do only evil in the world.

Whatever it is, it’s definitely associated with evil beings that were mistakenly called “gods” by pagans and in many countries’ myths we find their descriptions of battles between each other, riding chariots in skies, and causing grief to humans.

Some tales associate the hunter Oden with dragon or the devil himself, whilst some associate him with giants. Sometimes this hunter is depicted not as riding the horse but a horse-drawn carriage.

Usually the prey of the wild hunt were young women, which, in this case, would make the members of the furious army most likely to be fallen angels. Sometimes they would slay humans or animals.

People would try to avoid these supernatural huntsmen by lying at the ground level as it was believed that Odin would not descend so low. This seems to have given birth to the belief that lighting is less likely to strike people who lie at the ground level, which also might point to the fact that the wild hunt was associated with lightning. Lightning is associated with Lucifer in the Bible, and demons themselves have electrical nature as I’ve already explained in one of my videos.

Odin was also associated with charms and other forms of magic, as well as disguise, and for this reason one of his symbols was a mask.

Further evidence that Odin and Satan is one and the same being could be found in Jacob Grimm’s interpretation of the Wild Hunt. He argued that the male figure who appeared in it was a survival of folk beliefs about the god Wodan who had…

(…) lost his sociable character, his known features, and assumed the aspect of a dark and dreadful power… a ghost and a devil.

Isn’t that similar to the Biblical account of how Lucifer was once the most beautiful being in Heaven and because of his pride he wanted to lift himself above God and was struck down to the ground and is now a fallen creature?

Since Satan loves being worshiped and is worshiped in many forms, why would it be surprising that he managed to get worship even under the disguise of a Christian holiday?

Sometimes people would bring gifts when encountering wild hunt, probably to appease the furious army so that they wouldn’t kill them. Children to this day offer milk and cookies for Santa Claus, and this might also be related to the pagan custom of leaving food offerings for the dead.

Nordic Yule Celebration

In Nordic countries the celebration connected with wild hunt is called Yule or Yuletide. It was later christianized and became known as Christmastide. Some pagan traditions have been adopted from Yule and brought into the celebration of Christmas, such as Christmas log which was called Yule log and is very likely to be the relic of ancient Celtic human sacrifices.

Straw Yule goats

Straw Yule goats

Yule goat is another Christmas symbol that’s pagan.

It’s likely connected with the Nordic god Thor, which was the hammer-wielding God associated with lightning, thunder, storms, oaks and fertility, so this seems to be yet another manifestation of Satan.

God Thor rode in the sky in a chariot drawn by two goats.

The tradition with the Yule Goat shifted through time. It’s sometimes associated with small straw goats hung on Christmas tree. In the past people would dress up in a rowdy way to look like a scary creature who would demand gifts.

Only during the nineteenth century the role of the Yule goat shifted to a benevolent gift-giving role. In Scandinavia the Yule Goat is best known as a Christmas ornament and a giant Yule goat made of straw is erected in towns and cities around Christmas time.

Yule boar

Yule boar

Yule boar is yet another pagan element incorporated into the celebration of Christmas known as Christmas ham.

Among the Germanic peoples the wild pig was a tribute to their god Freyr which was pictured as a phallic fertility god.

The wild pig was sacrificed for this god in the hope that he would show them favor in the coming year.

The boar’s head with an apple in its mouth was carried on a gold or silver platter to the sounds of trumpets and songs to be offered to this pagan deity.

Yule singing also got incorporated into Christmas as caroling. Originally it was the tradition of visiting cider-producing orchards reciting incantations and singing to the trees to promote a good harvest for the coming year.

Yule was the time of feasting, drinking alcohol, and animal sacrifice. Ancestor spirits were likely to have been venerated at that time too. Children would leave their boots by the chimney filled with carrots and hay to feed Odin’s eight legged horse Sleipnir.

Furious Host

The furious host mentioned in connection with Odin is also encountered in the myths of other countries.

Shiva on Nandi bull

Shiva on Nandi bull

Bhagavata Purana (India) mentions a similar furious army led by the demon Shiva who was accompanied through the skies with horrible-looking ghosts called bhutaganas.

They were also known as ghostly hosts.

He sat on his Nandi bull. When he was seen in the sky with the ghostly procession, it was considered the most inauspicious time. (This is mentioned in Bhagavata Purana, Canto 3, Chapter 14, verses 23-24.)

We encounter the accounts of the wild hunt in Ireland and Scotland also.

In Irish and Scottish folklore such wild hunt is associated with evil spirits that neither the earth, nor heaven, nor hell welcomes which might be the evil spirits mentioned in the Book of Enoch begotten of the fallen angels and human women.

They are always depicted as troublesome and destructive and fly in groups. They attempt to snatch away the souls of dying people. They are seen as fighting battles between each other.

They are called Sluagh. They can shape-shift and thus appear as human beings. They like to walk in the air above the areas where mortals dwell. They carry sharp weapons and sometimes ride skeletal horses.

Sluagh become strongest at around the time of Halloween when the veils between the realms of humans and spirits are the thinnest.

Saturnalia – a Roman Celebration of Drunken Frenzy

Saturnalia is another celebration that’s blended with Christmas. The poet Lucian of Samosata (AD 120-180) has the god Cronus (in Ancient Rome known as Saturn) say in his poem Saturnalia:

During my week the serious is barred: no business allowed. Drinking and being drunk, noise and games of dice, appointing of kings and feasting of slaves, singing naked, clapping of tremulous hands, and occasional ducking of corked faces in icy water – such are the functions over which I preside.

Publius Papinius Statius, a 1st century AD Roman poet, recounts in his work Silvae:

December tipsy with much wine, and laughing Mirth and wanton Wit,” remembering “the glad festival of our merry Caesar and the banquet’s drunken revel.

Drunken Saturnalia frenzy

Drunken Saturnalia frenzy

It was lawful to be drunken, slaves could hate their masters, loot their friends’ tables, elect the kings and acknowledge them for royalty.

Lawlessness, cruelty and drunken frenzy was compared to how things were in the Golden age when Cronus was told to be the ruler of humanity.

All public and private business dealings were prohibited unless they were connected with the celebration, like cooking and baking.

Lucian writes:

No discourse shall be either composed or delivered, except it be witty and lusty, conducing to mirth and jollity.

Zeus, Hermes and Apollo were worshiped on the eve of the feast. People were giving gifts to each other. If a rich person didn’t accept the lesser gift of a poor person in exchange, Cronus threatened to murder him with his sharp sickle.

During Saturnalia people sacrificed suckling pigs at the temple of Saturn, gambling was encouraged, masters provided table service for their slaves, candles were lit everywhere.

People were role-playing and wearing masks. Overeating and drunkenness became a rule, and a sober person – an exception. Since it was the celebration connected with fertility, lust ruled – it was normal for people to engage in excessive sex.

About the Ruler of Saturnalia Celebration

Saturn eating his own children

Saturn eating his own children

Saturn, the ruler of the celebration of Saturnalia, is associated with the underworld.

During or close to Saturnalia celebration Saturn demanded human sacrifices in the form of dead gladiators.

The decapitated gladiator heads were received as offerings for the underworld god connected with Saturn, and the dead bodies were received by Saturn.

This practice was changed due to the influence of a demigod Hercules (in Bible terms we would call such a demigod a giant begotten from fallen angels and human women).

Instead of decapitated gladiator heads, Romans from then on were to offer effigies or masks, and candles were offered instead of the taking of gladiators’ lives. Therefore there’s still the custom to bake human-shaped gingerbread cookies in some countries like the US and Great Britain during Christmas.

Saturnalia was celebrated from around 17th till 23rd of December. Later it shifted to reach its climax on December 25th, as the rules of the Roman empire changed.

Saturn was usually depicted as an old wise man with a long, grey beard and a sickle in his hand. Sometimes he’s shown with children as he was known to devour his own children.

Mistletoe and Other Sacred Pagan Trees

In 1851, Pastor Henry Schwan of Cleveland, Ohio, appears to have been the person responsible for decorating the first Christmas tree in an American church. His parishioners condemned the idea as a pagan practice; some even threatened the pastor with violence. But objections soon dissipated.

Trees were always worshiped by pagans. Sometimes branches of evergreen fir trees were taken home and decorated at around Christmas time.

During Saturnalia evergreen trees were decorated and paraded through the streets. They were decorated with lit candles. The reason they chose evergreen trees is because they represented fertility. Those trees were also brought into the temple of Saturn during the celebration.

Christmas wreath

Christmas wreath

According to some sources, garlands, wreaths and other ornaments made of greenery (that could also be mistletoe since it’s the symbol of fertility as it’s ever-green) were hung over doorways and windows, as well as stairways.

Ornaments that were hung on trees were sun symbols, stars, and faces of god Janus and other gods, as well as edible treats shaped like fertility symbols, suns, moons, stars, babies and animals.

Since during Saturnalia the Sun god was worshiped too, the gold color was very common.

Gold stars and ornaments, sun faces, nuts and pine cones nestled among the wreaths of greenery were usual, as well as decorations with lamps, as theologian Tertullian notes.

Mistletoe was the most sacred plant of the Druids. It was given great reverence because it grows on the venerated oak. The custom of kissing under the mistletoe comes from the ancient idea that mistletoe is the oak’s genitals. And so it was believed that an embrace under its red berries would guarantee a fruitful union.

The Egyptians used a date palm in their celebrations of the winter solstice, which commemorated Isis, the “queen of heaven” giving birth to Osiris. Early Scandinavians worshiped the oak tree as their god Woden, but later started worshiping evergreens due to the Christmas influence.

Conclusion

As you see, Christmas is a blend of pagan holidays and gods. It was first started to be celebrated in 336 AD in the Roman Empire and it absorbed into itself other pagan fertility celebrations occurring at similar times in order to make it easier for pagans to be converted to Catholicism.

I don’t call those pagans Christians since their conversion was more political than for the reasons of saving them, so it’s likely that Roman Empire was full of unsaved converted pagans that continued their christianized pagan traditions.

Before that date nobody celebrated this festival. Since its roots lie in a country that invented a hybrid of Christianity and paganism called Roman Catholicism, real Christians should stay away from this celebration. It’s most likely celebrated in veneration of Satan himself, looking at gods that this celebration sprang from.

It’s false to assume that we should celebrate this date as Jesus’ birthday. Firstly, Jews did not celebrate birthdays, and nowhere in the Bible it’s told to celebrate the day of Jesus’ birth.

Next, we don’t even know when He was born, though it’s least likely that He would be born at the cold night of December, since at that night shepherds came to adore baby Jesus, and they wouldn’t stay out during the cold winter time with their sheep in the fields.

The real reason Christmas is celebrated during this cold month is probably to do with the diminishing of sun light during this month. Pagans thought that during this month the god of darkness won over the Sun god, and that they had to help him out with human and animal sacrifices as well as offerings in order for nights to get shorter and days longer and so that they are assured the fertility of the land.

As we are told by God not to learn the way of the heathen, we should stay away from this pagan holiday no matter how dear it might be to us. We were deceived by Satan in celebrating this unchristian holiday, but since now we are no longer ignorant about its origins, we should not continue celebrating something that has nothing to do with Jesus.

What You Should Know About Demonic Strongholds

Due to the increased demonic activity people are loaded with demons these days. Most people will never know that they are, because of the reasons discussed in the video.

Christians shouldn’t worry if they have demons, though they should try to cast them out as much as possible. In this video I also talk about demonic Hindu practices of yoga and meditation.