Holiday Illusions of Grandeur
The illusions of our world are all around us. We live in one huge illusion which the dark side of the supernatural has built for us. They use humanity as puppets to bring their goals into fruition, meanwhile convincing us to worship them.
This article will present only a ‘tiny fraction’ of reality, but don’t worry…if you don’t want to know the truth then you can just make fun of it, go back to sleep or just ignore it and it will go away. This is how this kind of activity flourishes.
Even after all these years of revealing truths, GOD leads me to more shocking revelations. I was shocked to learn some of these facts….will you be?
REMEMBER! These things are being quoted as “FAMILY-FRIENDLY” activities now!
“WITCH” side of the table do you sit on?
A contraction of All Hallows’ Evening), also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, is a celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day. It begins the three-day observance of Allhallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed.
Did you notice how they mixed witchcraft with Christian rituals? The Roman Catholic Church is very good at performing these deeds.
The “Festival of the Dead”…honors the deceased. This is something the Bible specifically tells us is wrong. Many cultures go by different names but it’s all the same practice. “Ghost Festival” (Chinese/Hindu)….”Day of the Dead” (Mexican)…”Thursday of the Dead” (Arabic)…”Totensonntag”…(German)…are just a few to mention.
A witch…usually dressed all in black, with GREEN skin. Riding on a broom…with a pointed hat across a full moon. So many secrets within ONE SENTENCE!
Witches have been around for thousands of years and go by many names. Sorcerer is just one…but the fact that L. Frank Baum adapted his “Wizard of Oz” from many of our ‘childrens bedtime stories’…but the old television sets couldn’t display the correct color so the witch came out as green. I think this is only one detail which the ‘magic box’ had to perform. Satan wouldn’t have it any other way, right. After all, the so-called aliens are green and blue skinned.
The Broom was a common household item but it was utilized by ancient pagans for crop fertility rites. And it is said that the witches would hide their ‘magic wands’ within the broom during witch hunts. A strange tale of how witches would rub a special ointment on their brooms so they could ‘fly’ across the sky only the truth is that the witches would use drugs to go into trances and imagine they did so. Or, maybe they would actually use transcendental meditation to create the astral projection and lead themselves into other realms by doing so. Real or not, the fact remains.
Wicca is a modern term originating in the 1950’s in Europe…are you noticing a trend? Europe is plenty popular in the witchcraft realm. Studies suggest there are more than 400,000 wiccans in the USA, but in reality the number exceeds this by millions! For they hide behind closed doors but lately they are becoming brave in their activites and we are beginning to see a shift. Satanic churches, statues and rites are becoming a media source for the news.
What about the hat? Members of Europe’s ‘upper class’ of the 15th century, wore similar hats. The upper class ruled the world, then and now. And witchcraft is becoming the ‘norm’ while Christianity is the source of scorn. Quite the reversal, isn’t it?
A witch ball is a hollow sphere of colored glass that contains a few thin fibers strung inside. Historically, they were hung in cottage windows in 17th and 18th century England to ward off evil spirits, witches, evil spells, ill fortune and bad spirits. Usage has continued to a smaller extent in America up to the present day.
“TO A SMALLER EXTENT”? Really, every year at this time you can see them…in almost every home in America! Americans are so gullible.
The witch ball originated among cultures where harmful magic and those who practiced it were feared. They are one of many folk practices involving objects for protecting the household. The word witch ball may be a corruption of watch ball because it was used to ward off, guard against, evil spirits. They may be hung in an eastern window, placed on top of a vase or suspended by a cord (as from the mantelpiece or rafters). They may also be placed on sticks in windows or hung in rooms where inhabitants wanted to ward off evil.
Witch balls appeared in America in the 19th century and larger, more opaque variations are often found in gardens under the name gazing ball. However, gazing balls contain no strands within their interior. Glass studios traditionally make a witch ball as the first object to be created in a new studio.
Because they look similar to the glass balls used on fishing nets (which are often red), witch balls are in some lore associated with sea superstitions and legends.
This reminded me of the New York, Times Square Ball which millions ans millions watch every year on New years Eve. More on this further down!
Witches still use them! The modern use has not changed much from the original – they are, essentially, meant to absorb negative energy from the environment and directed ‘curses’ from outside sources. Some sources suggest that it should be hung in an east-facing window, but simply having them in the area is enough to catch stray negativity that might be passing through.
WOW! Want to know more?
“History tells us that glass houses in England began producing witch balls about 1690. English immigrants brought their customs with them when they settled American colonies . Casper Wistar started the first successful glass house in 1739. In Wistarberg, near Salem, Massachusetts he produced blown glass witch balls for sale. It is said there were wiches in Salem then, so business must have been good.
In 16th Century England the witch ball was called a “watch bottle,” designed to contain holy water thereby supporting the folk tale relating them to magic associated with watch balls and witch balls. By the end of the 17th century, the watch bottle faded in favor of the witch ball.
Then there is a witch bottle! An old Oxford dictionary included witch bottle…as a stone or glass bottle filled with urine, nails or hair, burned or heated for the purpose of repelling or breaking a witch’s power over her victim.”
source: Spindrift Analogy by Tarpon Springs Writers Group
Crazy stuff right? Well, get this…Dynamic performers like Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakly amazed onlookers with their accuracy, shattering ball after ball.
“In ancient Britain and Ireland, the Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-inn), the Lord of the Dead, was observed on October 31, at the end of summer. The date was also the eve of the new year in both Celtic and Anglo-Saxon times and was the occasion for one of the ancient fire festivals when huge bonfires were set on hilltops to frighten away evil spirits. The souls of the dead were supposed to revisit their homes on this day, and the autumnal festival acquired sinister significance, with ghosts, witches, hobgoblins, black cats, fairies, and demons of all kinds said to be roaming about.
It was the time to placate the supernatural powers controlling the processes of nature. The pagan observances influenced the Christian festival of All Hallows’ Eve, celebrated on the same date.” Encyclopedia Britannica, Micropedia IV, pg 862; 1976
Samhain, or Halloween, is the highest night of human sacrifice on the Illuminati calendar. It is also considered a “Cross Road,” a very important symbol in the Illuminati. October 31 ends the occultic year, whereas November 1 begins the new occultic year, therefore making this date an important “Cross Road.”
Members of Wicca, the modern-day name for Witchcraft, celebrate Halloween as one of their highest holy days. They also gather on May 1st, May Day, the pagan festival of Ishtar. Present-day witches claim they do not worship the devil, Lucifer, or Satan. They say they believe “in a balance of both male and female.” Thus, they say, they worship the god and the goddess. They, according to their literature, honor Mother Earth, and hold all of nature with great respect. However, the god and goddess they worship are the same gods worshipped in ancient Babylon, Egypt, Rome and Greece: Nimrod (Tammuz) and Semiramis, just with different names. These are pagan gods and have nothing to do with the true God of the Bible.
Halloween is also a high, holy day for Satanists, those who openly admit to worshiping Satan. It is obvious that Halloween is all about death, skeletons, vampires, ghosts, witches, witches’ cauldrons, and various other items connected with darkness, evil and the devil. It originated from the ritual of human sacrifice of a cult of the ancient Celts in Britain, the Druids.
The Druid priests met at stone temple altars, such as Stonehenge, and sacrificed human beings to appease the gods. They also wore frightening masks and clothes (costumes) in an attempt to scare away the ghosts of the dead who were supposed to be revisiting their homes on that night.
The Druids who could not attend the rituals of human sacrifice, instead celebrated this Satanic holy day with Harvest Festivals , also celebrations to the pagan gods of nature. Harvest Festivals, even though completely pagan in their origins, are now often put on by churches as a supposedly “wholesome substitute” for the celebration of the pagan, Satanic rite of Halloween.
The Druids were “the learned class among the ancient Celts, whose name means Knowing (or Finding) the Oak Tree. They seem to have frequented oak forests and acted as priests, teachers, and judges. The earliest known records of the Druids come from the 3rd century BC.
“The Druids offered human victims as sacrifices for those who were gravely sick or in danger of death in battle. Huge wickerwork images were filled with living men and then burned; although the Druids chose criminals by preference, they sacrificed innocent victims if necessary.
“In the early period, Druidic rites were held in clearings in the forest. Sacred buildings were used only later under Roman influence. The Druids were suppressed in Gaul by the Romans under Tiberius (reigned AD 14-37) and probably in Britain a little later.” Encyclopedia Britannica, Micropaedia III pg 674: 1976.
These Druidic rites are still celebrated by the elitist of the U.S. and the world, every summer, at the Bohemian Grove, about 60 miles north of San Francisco. Since 1873, the Global Elite has held secret meetings in the ancient Redwood forest of Northern California. Members of the so-called “Bohemian Club” include former presidents Eisenhower, Nixon and Reagan. The Bush family maintains a strong involvement and membership includes others of the rich and powerful. During the two-week festival, a Druidic rite takes place with the leaders dressed in the Satanic Druid garb, long red, black and silver robes with hoods.
During the ritual, there is the sacrifice of a human being (an effigy they claim), to the pagan god Molech, with accompanying screams of death of the victim broadcast over the audio system. A huge statue of an owl, representing the pagan god of wisdom, has been permanently built on the grounds and dominates the ritual.