- Posted December 7, 2012 by
Port Byron, Illinois
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Blended holiday traditions
5000 Year Old Pagan Worship Never Looked so Good
The Daily ACK!!
by Scott Lawrence
"Pray for peace in Jerusalem. May all who love this city prosper." ~Psalms 122:6
Both Atheistic as well as Christian scholars would agree that Christ, myth or fictional, certainly did not come upon this earth on December 25th. Oddly scholars agree that it was rather September 11th, 4 B. C.,
I digress however .
So when you burn your yule log and decorate your tree this year, remember to hug a tree for Tammuz; we lovingly know him as Nimrod. For you see Nimrod built the Tower of Babel and was, what many biblical scholars agree with, the world’s first anti-christ. Just one from which the Bible tells us many will come before the end.
His acolytes worshipped him after his death believing he was reincarnated as a tree. They would decorate trees with sparkly items and burn a ‘log’ to release his spirit back upon the world during the Winter Solstice, or our Christmas season.
Those quirky little ancients!
So maybe the Mayans were on to something. Maybe they had just witnessed the end of an epoch culminating in such cataclysmic stupidity anyone one with half a brain could do the math for when it would happen again and put it on a calendar.
Is today really that different? If we weren't so self-consumed shouldn't we be just as able to discern the times now that 'summer is nigh'?
God's story begins with man about 6000 years ago. If you look at this world and say there is no God you are a fool. Those are His words not mine. Atheist and Christian scholars would both agree to this timeline. However, it is also here where their paths become virulently divergent.
Now if you touch my manger it’s an eye for an eye brother.
Faith in His Son is simply the path out of eternal stupidity.
Wake Up America!! ACK!!!