THE CHRISTMAS LIE: It's Bigger Than You Think






Wicca, a predominantly Western movement whose followers practice witchcraft and nature worship and who see it as a religion based on pre-Christian traditions of northern and western Europe. It spread through England in the 1950s and subsequently attracted followers in Europe and the United States.


Origins And Beliefs

Although there were precursors to the movement, the origins of modern Wicca can be traced to a retired British civil servant, Gerald Brousseau Gardner (1884–1964). Gardner spent most of his career in Asia, where he became familiar with a variety of occult beliefs and magical practices. He also read widely in Western esoteric literature, including the writings of the British occultist Aleister Crowley. Returning to England shortly before the outbreak of World War II, Gardner became involved in the British occult community and founded a new movement based on a reverence of nature, the practice of magic, and the worship of a female deity (the Goddess) and numerous associated deities (such as the Horned God). He also borrowed liberally from Western witchcraft traditions. Following the 1951 repeal of England’s archaic Witchcraft Laws, Gardner published Witchcraft Today (1954), founded his first coven of followers, and, with input from its members, especially author Doreen Valiente, developed modern witchcraft into what today is known as Wicca. It spread quickly to the United States in the late 1960s, when an emphasis on nature, unconventional lifestyles, and a search for spirituality divorced from traditional religions were especially in vogue.


Covens, which ideally number 10 to 15 members and are entered through an initiation ritual, sometime align with one of many coven associations. As coven members master the practice of magic and become familiar with the rituals, they pass through two degrees of initiation. There is a third degree for those who wish to enter the priesthood. In Gardner’s system priority is given to the priestess, and leaders in the Gardnerian community trace their authority through a lineage of priestesses back to Gardner’s coven.





The modern English word witchcraft has three principal connotations: the practice of magic or sorcery worldwide; the beliefs associated with the Western witch hunts of the 14th to the 18th century; and varieties of the modern movement called Wicca, frequently mispronounced “wikka.” The terms witchcraft and witch derive from Old English wiccecraeft: from wicca (masculine) or wicce (feminine), pronounced “witchah” and “witchuh,” respectively, denoting someone who practices sorcery; and from craeft meaning “craft” or “skill.” Roughly equivalent words in other European languages—such as sorcellerie (French), Hexerei (German), stregoneria (Italian), and brujería (Spanish)—have different connotations, and none precisely translates another. The difficulty is even greater with the relevant words in African, Asian, and other languages. The problem of defining witchcraft is made more difficult because the concepts underlying these words also change according to time and place, sometimes radically. Moreover, different cultures do not share a coherent pattern of witchcraft beliefs, which often blend other concepts such as magic, sorcery, religion, folklore, theology, technology, and diabolism. Some societies regard a witch as a person with inherent supernatural powers, but in the West witchcraft has been more commonly believed to be an ordinary person’s free choice to learn and practice magic with the help of the supernatural. 





The immense “spiritual ignore-ance” that the “counter-reformation” has brought to America, has left the entire country in “spiritual ruins”, just as it has done throughout the rest of the world, where it has had its “success”. Because it’s basic theological premise is an ego-centric utilitarian lie. When it wins, everyone else loses.(Which is the vast majority)


Because their theology is premised on the viability of syncretism, the consequences of their ideology and practice of cultural appropriation, is never acknowledged, but is always present. And those consequences are much more than simply conceptual. They are both psychologically real, and “spiritual”.




Roman Catholic theology was premised on the cultural appropriation of all of it’s parts, into a unified whole, which may be good social “engineering”, but it is not good “spirituality”. In fact, it is dangerous. While it grifted it’s individual parts from its “enemies”, it simultaneously exterminated the source of its theft. Thinking neither what it stole from them, nor what was done to them, would bear any “consequence”.


“Spiritual things” do not blend themselves harmlessly, like ingredients in a recipe for a cake. They are “radio-active’. They have “energy”. They have “effect”.  If you take two spiritually opposite things, that want to kill each other, and merge them into a new synthesis, you do not get a cessation of previous spiritual tension. You get a new synthesis that wants to kill itself.

And that is precisely what Roman Catholicism did in “Christ-Mass”. It was the mixture of all the empires solar-cults, into a new Roman “sin-thesis”, with the title “Christ” plastered on top of it. And the adherents of those old “solar-cults” were simultaneously murdered. Never mind what those parts were, or what those parts, as guided missiles, were launched to destroy. And the title “Christ” that got plastered on top of it, became nothing more, than a despised and empty word.

The only way such action can be logical, if it is believed none of it is “real” anyway, including the “Christian” part. Only a very detached contrarian “cynicism” makes any of it logical. Because if you believe any of your “mixture” has any “reality” to it at all, (on any level), you would immediately realize, what you have done is the equivalent of “mixing” two chemicals which are “combustible”, or extremely “toxic” or “poisonous”, when put together.

It is the same thought process that says “Bleach is a good cleaner” and “Ammonia is a good cleaner”, and then deducing, “Hey, why not MIX the Bleach with the Ammonia, and get an even better cleaner”? That’s what Rome did in “Christmas”.



That false claim used to “gloss over” the sins of cultural appropriation, is the “go to” excuse for everything “pagan” in the Roman Catholic church. (Which for better or worse, has successfully either sold or enforced itself, as the “gold standard” for “ecclesiastical institutions” now, world-wide, as part of this “New World Order”).  Some Baptist churches are now even practicing “Lent”. So whatever “Roman Catholicism” has done wrong, becomes the error the entire world, will now be “homogenized” into. (Which includes the error of  “Christmas”) and thus the “push” for its “compulsion”.


“Christ-mass” wasn’t done to “convert the pagans”.  It was done to eliminate ‘the Christians” and “the Pagans” it stole its parts from. (In order to create the new Roman "sin-thesis"), which was the basic premise of "Nicolaitan" theology.


There are several things “wrong”, with what Roman Catholicism did in history. (Not just with “Christmas”) And now those “wrongs” are going to be “reproduced” both in future history, and in global geography, throughout the entire English speaking world, in what was formally, the British empire, and all of its former colonies.  And the “Luciferian” Masons (in the English speaking world) have led this charge.

The disaster that the whole world now faces, is cataclysmic, in terms of “religion”. And it will have collateral “consequences” as well, “politically”, “economically” and even “socially”.(As is already being seen)


One of those consequences, can be seen in the drastic changes that are already happening in the United States, as a culture. In “Latin America”, where historically, Catholicism has had a virtual complete monopoly, “witchcraft” has always been “mixed” with what people consider their “Christianity”.

Each region has had it’s own version of this mixture, from Haitian voodoo, to Cuban Santeria. When the “practice” of “Christianity” is to “mix” itself with paganism and the demonic, this is the natural and inescapable “fruit” of that tree. It is a “logical” inevitability.


Now that England and the United States both, have chosen to go down this same path, the same results, are being produced in these “formerly Protestant” countries, as well.  Their “Christianity” has become a “meaningless” social platform, while their “spirituality” has turned to “witchcraft”. All things lead back, from where they came. This in reality, is the real “magic of Christmas”, which at it’s root, was the cultural appropriation of paganism and “witchcraft”. And it "bears that fruit" wherever it goes.



A new U.S. analysis of mortality rates during different times of year found that people are more likely to die during the holidays — notably on Christmas and New Year’s Day — and researchers cannot explain the yearly spike.  After analyzing all official United States death certificates over the 25-year period between 1979 and 2004, a trio of sociologists identified an excess of 42,325 natural deaths — that is, above and beyond the normal seasonal winter increase — in the two weeks starting with Christmas...









And despite the clarity of the statistics on this subject, the full "damage" of the "effect of Christmas" may not even been fully known.  Damage from catalyst health events and financial events, often do not "create" a "record" until months, and sometimes even years later. But the damage was created during "Christmas".

To someone who knows what "Christmas" really is, none of this is surprising in the least. In fact, it is rather, to be expected. It is "the magic of Christmas".


Proverbs 16:25

There is a way

that seemeth right unto a man,

but the end thereof

are the ways of death.