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Zeitgeist Refuted

For those who have watched the documentary “Zeitgeist”, here follows a very well researched refuted video. It presents the many errors in the original documentary intended to confuse Christians and non Christians. It is a very thorough documentary illustrating truths of the Christian faith through validated historical and scriptural evidences.

John 8:32
“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free”

Posted on March 6th, 2010 by admin  |  No Comments »

Understanding True Easter

Easter is a Christian event celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. The resurrection of Jesus is a fundamental and essential doctrine of Christianity which beares upon the entire Gospel message.

The Bible gives Jesus’ resurrection on the first day of the week, Sunday (Matthew 28:1; Mark 16:2,9; Luke 24:1; John 20:1,19), so it follows that Easter Sunday refers to this Christian event.

What do Easter bunnies and colored Easter eggs have to do with Easter? Biblically there is no mention of the term Easter, let along Easter eggs or Easter bunnies. “The ancient Roman Catholic Church mixed the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection with celebrations that involved spring fertility rituals. These spring fertility rituals are the source of the egg and bunny traditions.”

Unfortunately these fertility rituals have darker origin from an ancient pagan tradition that dates back to the Babylon Era. The inner esoteric teachings of the Roman Church celebrate the Goddess of fertility during this Easter festival. Most cultures have their own version of fertility Goddesses such as Aphrodite (Greek), Bast (Egyptian), Freya (Nordic), Venus (Roman) and so on.

“Easter was named after Eostre (a.k.a. Eastre). She was the Great Mother Goddess of the Saxon people in Northern Europe. Similarly, the “Teutonic dawn goddess of fertility [was] known variously as Ostare, Ostara, Ostern, Eostra, Eostre, Eostur, Eastra, Eastur, Austron and Ausos.” Her name was derived from the ancient word for spring: “eastre.” Similar Goddesses were known by other names in ancient cultures around the Mediterranean, and were celebrated in the springtime.”

To a true Christian, Easter celebrates Jesus’ victory over death.
1 Corinthians 15:3,4
“For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how the Christ died for our sings according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day”

Jesus, who is God manifested in the flesh proclaimed his victory over Lucifer when he rose himself from death. Jesus rose from the dead in the very same physical body that He died in. This resurrected body was a glorified, spiritual body. As a Christian we must appreciate the declaration that Christ died for our sins and rose again on the third day. This resurrection which occurred was not but merely the reanimation of his dead body, but his resurrection to life.

“If Jesus had not been raised up from the dead, we have no basis for the preaching of the Gospel–for the Gospel message is that, by the grace of God, Jesus’ death was the ransom price for father Adam and his posterity, and that because Jesus has thus paid the penalty for the whole race and redeemed all from the sentence of death by his own death, therefore, in due time, in God’s appointed time, Adam and all of his posterity are to be released from the death sentence, and Christ as the great King is to establish his Kingdom in the world, and through it lift from mankind the burden, the penalty of death, and that then all who are in their graves shall hear the voice of the Son of man and come forth to the glorious opportunities of the Millennial Kingdom–opportunities for reconciliation with God, and release from all the imperfections of the fall. ”

It is fair and appropriate for a Christians to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord on Easter Sunday, as long we understand and teach our brethren that the well known customary Easter tradition which involves easter eggs and bunnies is not biblical, rather has pagan routs. We must all remember that what was holding Jesus up on that cross was not the nails, it was his love for us.


Posted on April 13th, 2009 by admin  |  No Comments »

Pagan Christmas?

This is a brief explanation of what Christmas actually celebrates. Although it is a world wide annual event, how many people actually know its true origins and meaning ? Is it acceptable to teach our children that it is a Christian tradition to pray to St. Nicholas asking for gifts in exchange of been ‘good’ ?

Here is what I have understood so far.

The Christmas tree is a representation of the tree Osiris who was cut down, and through the life giving serpent, the tree sprouts and gives rise to a young shoot. This was decorated with round globes lighted up in ancient times to celebrate the rebirth of Osiris (god of the dead) in the form of Horus (the god of the sky). Egyptian mythology is in fact a pagan religion and has existed since Babylonian times and has now found its way to almost every family home as the Christmas tree.


It is important to understand that all pagan religions and their gods are identical in their theology.

In the image below we see Surya (Cambodian Sun god) , where on the winter sol sis (December 25th), Surya rides through the heavens with his chariot drawn by his horses.


We see the same with the God Cybele as images shows the chariot drawn by lions below.


The Greek god of the sun Helios can be found everywhere with a chariot drawn by horses flying through the skies, notice the solar image behind his head. It is amazing to find mythology, which we all thought was just a body of myths concerning supernatural heroes, was in fact the very serious occult theology to paganism.


The Hittites used a silver rhyton (deer) with horns engraved, shows solar deities holding birds of prey and worshipers with offerings. Scandinavian countries also used deers as their animals drawing their Sun God’s chariot. Sound familiar?


The animals used to draw the chariots varied based on the location, while all these ‘flying’ gods actually represented the same deity, the rebirthed god of the dead. The bible teaches us that Christ is the God of the living, in Christ we Live. So who is the God of the dead? Non other than Sat-An.

So who was SANTA? We all recognize our fun happy fat man in red flying through the skies, delivering gifts to all the children who have been good. We all know him as the legendary patron saint of children.

SANTA was created deceitfully as a Christian Saint, and was made available to all our children, by Walt Disney, who was a

33 degree Freemason, a friendly subtle deception indeed. Freemasonry is a Luciferian worshiping cult.

So SANTA is the rebirthed god of the dead, in the form of the god of the sky? The rebirth of SAT-AN? Correct !!


“4th century: Historical evidence shows that St. Nicholas never existed as a human. He was rather a Christianized version of the various Pagan gods.. In the early centuries of the Christian church, many Pagan gods and goddesses were humanized and converted to Christian saints.”

Barbara G. Walker “The Women’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets” Page 725

In the book of revelations we read that God hates those that adhere to the doctrine of the Nicolaitanes.

Revelation 2:6 “But this thou hast, that thou hatest the deeds of the Nicolaitanes, which I also hate.”

So who were the Nicolaitanes? They were a gnostic sect that taught that the law of god did not apply to man in the flesh because man was of both spirit and flesh, thus what he did in the flesh did not apply to his spirituality. This is a very common thought taught today in new ages religious movements. Nicholas was Poseidon worship. The god of the sea.

Still not convinced? Even the modern theology of Santa depicts him as a god.

· He is virtually omnipresent

· He is all-seeing and all-knowing

· He knows when children are good or bad

· He has great powers

· He is all-good and all-just


Well what do you make of him ?

In conclusion:

Christmas is an ancient pagan celebration that has been Christianized through deception. It stems from Babylonian times and its theology has been kept alive through to current times through false doctrine. This occult religion exists today through secret societies and is working powerfully within our corrupt governments and new age religion movements. It is a birthday celebration of the rebirth of the god of the dead (SAT-AN), on the winter sol sis (25th December). St Nicholas is merely a fictional saint created to deceive its true origins and purpose, as it blatantly represents SAT-AN. It has no relation to biblical celebrations and has nothing to do with the birth of our saveyor Jesus Christ. It has only been

introduced to stray those from our Lord of the living, Jesus Christ. This celebration has become so popular through out the world due to the works of occultism and Man’s ignorance to learn

and study truths. Although many may argue it’s good for children to enjoy the spirit of Christmas as it brings together families we must be strong enough to teach our children not to meditate on such pagan celebrations and live by God’s words and commandments alone. Next time some one wishes you a Merry Christmas, tell them you do not celebrate that event because you are Christian.

Spread this message to all your friends and family, and throw away that Christmas tree for good. God bless.

Posted on March 7th, 2009 by admin  |  No Comments »

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