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Merry Christmas

Whatever your religion or lack thereof, I hope you enjoy the tradition of sharing time and joy with your family, perhaps even some thoughtful gifts.

While modern equipment enables us to determine that our sun’s descent, and the shortening of the days ended this year on December 21st, cultures for thousands of years figured somewhere around December 25th the source of warmth and life was reborn. They all celebrated the hope for a happy, healthy, flourishing new year.

Their fables, mythologies, religions all acknowledged that in strikingly similar fashions. Not wanting to slight any of them, I will celebrate all of their immaculate conceptions and December 25th birthdays.

Horus (c. 3000 BCE)
Osiris (c. 3000 BCE)
Attis of Phrygia (c.1400 BCE)
Krishna (c. 1400 BCE)
Zoroaster/Zarathustra (c. 1000 BCE)
Mithra of Persia (c. 600 BCE)
Heracles (c. 800 BCE)
Dionysus (c. 186 BCE)
Tammuz (c. 400 BCE)
Adonis (c. 200 BCE)

Interestingly for us not in the Bilderberg Group, and not privy to the [sacri-]religious carrying on in Bohemian Grove every July, Horus was the son of the virgin mother ISIS. The powerful perverts love this stuff.

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