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LORD NOSE
10-31-2010, 12:28 PM
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Paranoid
10-31-2010, 03:09 PM
hail satan

Dokuro
10-31-2010, 06:55 PM
cu chulainn disagrees

ritualistic sacrifices we executions of romans solders
the cannibalism was forced upon them buy the romans when the an embargo was placed on there resources

allot of this is not true and the hexagram is prof the Celts used octograms in there ritual the number 8 was vary significant in there culture



this all comes from lies perpetuated by the roman church in order to dehumanize there enemy



the Celts where the first Europeans to map the stars
the Celts where the first Europeans to poses gender neutrality and equality
the Celts invented bronze
the Celts invented "shadow warfare" gorilla warfair even there own specialized assassins before japan known as the Cu "hound" hannibal used them allot in is war with Greece

LORD NOSE
10-31-2010, 07:32 PM
who knows man - but we can all agree that it's a wicked Holy Day...right ?
where church women dress their boy children as freddie kruger the pedophile child killer that won't die

have fun ?

Dr. Simon Hurt
10-31-2010, 08:08 PM
aren't all holidays originally pagan rituals? even christmas?

cutn' heads
11-01-2010, 05:09 AM
the day really only means as much as you allow it to. it's fun and kids enjoy it. they get to dress up and get candy. no need for it to have any meaning beyond that...

TheBoarzHeadBoy
11-01-2010, 05:54 AM
aren't all holidays originally pagan rituals? even christmas?

Yup, Christmas is Yule the Winter Solstice where they celebrated the death of the sun and his rebirth and Easter is Eostre the coming of the fertility of spring and summer.

Likewise Halloween is Samhain which is celebration of the end of summer and the beginning of Winter. Ironically you aren't supposed to go out on Samhain because the dead walk the streets and gather at crossroads. Even Pagans knew you weren't supposed to interfere with that stuff. Beltane is May Day and is the start of summer and end of winter, from my understanding they basically dye their skin red, run around naked, and fuck in public. The Celts used a 2 season system.

Valentines day is allegedly linked to the Lupercalia which is a 3 day celebration of Rome and Valentines day of course falls on the middle day. However the practices of Lupercalia were added to Easter.

pro.Graveface
11-01-2010, 11:37 AM
all I know is that its only in america, we got a diffrent thing called sint maarten on 11 november

TSA
11-01-2010, 12:30 PM
wow what a revealing exposure.
now that you have published this information, the world will go from not knowing any of this for the past thousand years, to knowing this for the next thousand years.

thanksguyz!

Dokuro
11-01-2010, 01:32 PM
Yup, Christmas is Yule the Winter Solstice where they celebrated the death of the sun and his rebirth and Easter is Eostre the coming of the fertility of spring and summer.

Likewise Halloween is Samhain which is celebration of the end of summer and the beginning of Winter. Ironically you aren't supposed to go out on Samhain because the dead walk the streets and gather at crossroads. Even Pagans knew you weren't supposed to interfere with that stuff. Beltane is May Day and is the start of summer and end of winter, from my understanding they basically dye their skin red, run around naked, and fuck in public. The Celts used a 2 season system.



you right but thats not were Christmas came from

it came from a Greece-roman cult called the Lambs of Greece who followed the god mithra the Holiday included given gifts to men for exchange of sexual pleaser and beating your wife its debatable weatherer or not the wife beating was in ceremony or just drunking rage they also had ceremony's that baptis people in lambs blood to symbolism there rebirth in the religion he
the Marter/ prophet Mitra was a man from the Saxon land white skin and blond hair blue eyes he was killed by the roman church for human sacrifices they through children in raging fires to apease there god Mithra after his death he came back three days later



do you see any similarity

TheBoarzHeadBoy
11-01-2010, 04:23 PM
you right but thats not were Christmas came from

it came from a Greece-roman cult called the Lambs of Greece who followed the god mithra the Holiday included given gifts to men for exchange of sexual pleaser and beating your wife its debatable weatherer or not the wife beating was in ceremony or just drunking rage they also had ceremony's that baptis people in lambs blood to symbolism there rebirth in the religion he
the Marter/ prophet Mitra was a man from the Saxon land white skin and blond hair blue eyes he was killed by the roman church for human sacrifices they through children in raging fires to apease there god Mithra after his death he came back three days later



do you see any similarity

Mithras killed a bull... they used bull blood presumably if they were using animal blood in rituals. Don't use new age texts or internet bs, they're rubbish.

The Lamb is Hermes' symbol because he is the shepherd of souls. Get your conspiracy straight.

Dokuro
11-01-2010, 06:06 PM
Mithras killed a bull... they used bull blood presumably if they were using animal blood in rituals. Don't use new age texts or internet bs, they're rubbish.

The Lamb is Hermes' symbol because he is the shepherd of souls. Get your conspiracy straight.

Persian Mithras dose not equal Saxon Mithra nor does it equal the lambs of Hermes

the history of Mithra was almost entirely eradicated by the Catholic church

but doesn't make you statement any less true just not the right deity

it become a greeko-roman cult because that was the center of cults in that time much like Ohio know or Cali in the 50s


(Genchat statment) [i was there my dude i know]

3rd3y3
11-01-2010, 10:22 PM
Yup, Christmas is Yule the Winter Solstice where they celebrated the death of the sun and his rebirth.

This is off topic, but Christmas is actually the celebration of Christs' death. Mass refers to a sacrifice and in Christian teachings, it is the so-called bloody sacrifice of Christ. Death, blood, and flesh - the foundation of Christianity. Now take a look at the state of the world.

Dokuro
11-01-2010, 11:40 PM
This is off topic, but Christmas is actually the celebration of Christs' death. Mass refers to a sacrifice and in Christian teachings, it is the so-called bloody sacrifice of Christ. Death, blood, and flesh - the foundation of Christianity. Now take a look at the state of the world.

then whats Easter

mass means a gathering or get together

enough with this

3rd3y3
11-01-2010, 11:47 PM
Mass comes from latin and it means what I stated it means.

You could research Easter for yourself.

Dokuro
11-02-2010, 12:04 AM
we both were wrong


The word 'mass' has two main meanings in English. In one meaning, the noun 'mass' is defined as 'aggregate of matter'. In this case, the root is the Greek maza, which comes into the English language by way of the intermediary Latin term 'massa'.
In terms of the Church service, the root is the Latin noun missa. The noun comes from the Latin verb 'mittere', which means 'to send'. But the Latin term only dates back about 1,300-1,400 years in its use. Before that time, the term was eucharistia, which is Greek for 'giving of thanks'. Its most common translation into English is 'eucharist'.
The Greek term was discarded, and the Latin term selected, under the influence of Gregory I [c. 540-March 12, 604], who was Pope from September 3, 590 until his death. By the time of his papacy, the last Greek speakers had left Rome. The Pope therefore wanted to replace the Greek term with a term from Latin, which was the main spoken language of the time. The choice fell upon 'missa'.

but i was closer do you really want me to show you the meaning of Easter or do you want to stop talking now

Dokuro
11-02-2010, 12:07 AM
Easter (Ēostre (Old English); Greek: Πάσχα Paskha, from Hebrew: פֶּסַח Pesakh,/Passover) is the central religious feast in the Christian liturgical year.[1] According to Christian scripture, Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion. Some Christians celebrate this resurrection on Easter Day or Easter Sunday[2] (also Resurrection Day or Resurrection Sunday), two days after Good Friday and three days after Maundy Thursday. The chronology of his death and resurrection is variously interpreted to be between AD 26 and AD 36. Easter also refers to the season of the church year called Eastertide or the Easter Season. Traditionally the Easter Season lasted for the forty days from Easter Day until Ascension Day but now officially[citation needed] lasts for the fifty days until Pentecost. The first week of the Easter Season is known as Easter Week or the Octave of Easter. Easter also marks the end of Lent, a season of fasting, prayer, and penance.
Easter is a moveable feast, meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar. The First Council of Nicaea (325) established the date of Easter as the first Sunday after the full moon (the Paschal Full Moon) following the northern hemisphere's vernal equinox.[3] Ecclesiastically, the equinox is reckoned to be on March 21 (regardless of the astronomically correct date), and the "Full Moon" is not necessarily the astronomically correct date. The date of Easter therefore varies between March 22 and April 25. Eastern Christianity bases its calculations on the Julian Calendar whose March 21 corresponds, during the twenty-first century, to April 3 in the Gregorian Calendar, in which calendar their celebration of Easter therefore varies between April 4 and May 8.
Easter is linked to the Jewish Passover by much of its symbolism, as well as by its position in the calendar. In most European languages the feast called Easter in English is termed by the words for passover in those languages and in the older English versions of the Bible the term Easter was the term used to translate passover.
Relatively newer elements such as the Easter Bunny and Easter egg hunts have become part of the holiday's modern celebrations, and those aspects are often celebrated by many Christians and non-Christians alike. There are also some Christian denominations who do not celebrate Easter.
Popular modern depictions of Easter can be viewed as a celebration of spring.

so if he rose from the dead three days latter ????????????????????????????

i no good at Mafs

Dokuro
11-02-2010, 12:11 AM
all this info come via the Encyclopedia please allocate your evidence and look like a fool
or we can get back to discussion Halloween