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Season of Saturnalia Explained - ROBERT SEPEHR

Robert Sepehr2023-12-22
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Christmas was banned by American colonies and parts of Europe in the 1600s due to its pagan origins, but the ban was lifted in the 17th and 18th centuries. The merging of Norse Ule celebrations with Christian Christmas customs led to modern traditions. The origins of Christmas on December 25th can be linked to pagan rituals and mythologies, with parallels to the story of Jesus. The video also discusses messianic figures Sabbatai Zevi and Jacob Frank, highlighting their mystical practices and influence in the 17th century. Connections to ancient rituals, modern traditions, and esoteric interpretations of religious figures are explored.

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Christmas banned by American colonies and in parts of Europe in the 1600s.
Puritan-dominated parliaments in England and Scotland outlawed Christmas activities due to pagan rituals.
Ban lifted in England in 1660 and in Scotland in 1712, but Puritan influence remained in New England.
Parallels between Christmas and ancient winter solstice festivities led to concerns about holiday's origins.
Christmas became a legal holiday in New England in 1856.
Origins of Christmas Traditions
Pagan celebrations, like the Norse Ule festival, included sacrifices and a burning log.
The merging of Norse Ule with Christian Christmas during King Haakon's reign led to modern customs.
Goats are associated with winter festivities, the winter solstice, and the astrological sign of Capricorn in Scandinavia.
Krampus, a half-man, half-goat figure, is linked to pre-Christian Alpine traditions and disciplines children.
The origins of Christmas on December 25th have connections to pagan rituals and deities.
Jesus' story mirrors aspects of pagan myths, including birthdate, virgin birth, death, and resurrection.
Christian scholars have debated the similarities between Jesus' story and pagan myths.
Some dismiss claims of similarities as nonsense.
The alignment of Jesus' story with astronomical timelines and zodiac signs adds another layer of interpretation.
Discussion of Messianic Figures Sabbatai Zevi and Jacob Frank in the 17th century.
Sabbatai Zevi's mystical practices and conversion to Islam are explored.
Jacob Frank's declaration of his daughter as the Messiah and involvement in creating the Illuminati are mentioned.
The concept of redemption through sin and the dark aspects of Saturn are connected to ancient rituals and modern traditions.
Esoteric interpretations of religious figures and their influence on various faiths and secret practices are discussed.