What is Bible?

Who is Jesus?

Was there the  

Why Jesus is 
the only way

Shroud of Turin 

confirms Bible

Science and Religion

What is Evolution?

Coded Bible

About the Jews 

Prostitute -the 
false church

Society of Jesus 

Knights of a Temple 



Blood of Satan 
- Cain

Fallen Angels

Devil creations

Here are dragons

Fairys, Naga...Gods

Are genetic defects - 
price of evolution? 

Another World

Aliens or old gods?


His Name  

How old the mankind?

Book of Daniel

"Revelation" of John

The signs of times 

Mark of the beast

Let me introduce:  Satan

The will of God

Prayer of Jesus





The Roman Catholic Church not only has included in its traditions the elements and the rituals of worshiping the pagan gods, but it also has borrowed all basic Christian holidays from pagans, having renamed them in Christian manner.

J.G.Frazer in his classical work about magic and religion The Golden Bough (McMillan, 1976) marked: “Undoubtedly, Virgin, which... has given birth to the son on the twenty fifth of December, was a great East goddess, whom Semites called as the Heavenly Virgin or Goddess of Heavens; in Semite countries she had a name of Astarte”.

The cult of Astarte, as well as the cult of virgin Artemis or Diana – Mary’s predecessors, was widely spread in the times of apostles (Acts.19:24-35). On December 25, on the day of winter solstice, the pagans celebrated the birth of the sun god Mithras (same Tammuz, Baal, Adonis) – the son of Astarte. From this date the length of light day increased. In II-IV centuries in Roman empire Mithraism was one of the main contenders of a Christianity.

«The Church of Rome, to facilitate the acceptance of the faith by the pagan masses, found it convenient to institute the 25th of December as the feast of the temporal  birth of Christ, to divert them from the pagan feast, celebrated on the same day in honor  of the “Invincible Sun ” Mithras, the conqueror of darkness» (Bacchiocchi, From Sabbath to Sunday, Pontifical Gregorian University Press, Rome, 1977, p. 260).

The tradition of celebrating of the birth of Christ began in Egypt, where it was connected with a cult of the Mother goddess. The holiday was celebrated on January 6. But, as the festival of birth of the sun Mithras was held with the special splendor, with music, fires and dancing, and many Christians took part in these feasts, so the Church decided to announce December 25 as Christmas and on January 6 to celebrate the baptism of Jesus.

 The tradition to celebrate the birth of Jesus is antibiblical. The Holy Scriptures demands, that we should remember the death of Savior, but not His birth. None of His disciples ever mentioned about the intention to celebrate Jesus’s birthday. And what way  the tradition of Christmas tree can be related to the birth of  Jesus? The decorated pine originates directly from the cult of Attis (corresponds to Phoenician Adonis and Babylon Tammuz) - fertility god. He ostensibly reincarnated in a pine. In his honor cut pines were carefully decorated with his various images, and there under pine trees the people prayed to Attis for the future harvest. In the Bible Jeremiah (10:3-4) tells about this pagan practice.

Other great Christian holiday is Easter. Many people believe that Easter and Passover are just two names of the same holyday The word "passover" originates from Jewish "pesach", that means:  “the pass through something”. This holiday is celebrated in memory of rescue of the Jews from the Egyptian slavery . When the pharaoh again after many cautions refused to release Jews God punished him for that by sending the Angel-destroyer  to kill all firstborns of Egypt. But before that God commanded Jews to slaughter a lamb in every family and put his blood on their doorposts. The Angel-destroyer passed over the houses where blood of a lamb was thus Jews were saved. The celebration of Passover has a symbolic meaning : those who hear Word of God  will be saved by the Blood of the Lamb-Jesus.

 Nowadays people consider, that on Passover they celebrate Christ’s Resurrection. But, firstly, Passover was celebrated on the 14-th day of month Aviva (Ex.12), which fall on different days of week, secondly Jesus resurrected on some particular day, why we not celebrate this exact day every year like we celebrate our birthdays? However Passover is celebrated not on a day, given by God, but after the given day on following Sunday. Why?

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