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This Week: The holy day (holiday) season is upon us and the energy is in the air. There is no "right" or "wrong" way to celebrate or not celebrate. Our focus in this episode is to decode the symbolism of the holy day season and show how you can tap into the energy current with magick and alchemy. You will not view X-mas the same after this episode.
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Join this Christmas day special hour of Eating for Meaning as we discuss the traditions of feasting. We will go on a historical tour of the Christmas dinner, deconstructing it's pros and cons along the way. Why is feasting only one letter away from fasting?
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Join Monster X Radio hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson Sunday December 14th at 4 p.m. Pacific as we talk with Bigfoot researcher and anthropologist Cindy Caddell. Cindy is currently assisting Les Stroud with his upcoming Survivorman Bigfoot episodes. Cindy is a BFRO investigator and has interveiwed several witnesses in that capacity. She is also a founding member of The Tillamook Forest Research Group as well as a member of The Olympic Project. We'll get her perspective on the Sasquatch phenomenon.
Isaiah 54:5 speaks of the LORD being our husband. The LORD of Hosts is His name. It speakes of a lavish feast with rich foods and select wines for us to enjoy. It speaks of the restoration and wiping away of shame and reproach to barren things. It speaks of how we as Christians who were the rejected of the world will be called to honor out of the abundant mercies of God. The Lord speaks of how for a moment it appeared we were forsaken and with a little wraft He hid His Face but that in His kindness, He will have mercy upon us. Those of us who overcome to the end will sit at this feast and at the feet of Jesus. He who has an ear to hear, hear the word of the Lord.
Feast Of The Dedication. Reading from the First Book of The Maccabees
CHRISTMAS HAS A LONG AND STORIED HISTORY AND WE INTEND TO TELL IT. FAR TO MANY CHRISTIANS TODAY JUST DON'T KNOW HOW TO CELEBRATE CHRIST-MAS. WELL WE INTEND TO CLEAR UP THE CONFUSION SO WE CHRISTIANS CAN ENJOY CHRIST-MAS (Mas meaning more) THE WAY THE LORD OUR GOD & FATHER AND JESUS CHRIST WANTS US TO. WE WILL ALSO DISCUSS THE HISTORY OF SANTA CLAUS OR OLD ST. NICHOLAS WHO TRULY EXISTED IN THE 4TH CENTURY AND IS KNOWN TODAY AS SANTA CLAUS. SO WE INVITE YOU AND EVERYONE YOU KNOW TO JOIN US AS WE DISCOVER AND RE-DISCOVER THE TRUE ORIGINS CHRIST-MAS. :-)
It's almost Christmas. So what are you doing, well you should be listening to Santore. Because he is going LIVE!! that's right, Mike's christmas special is about to begin, LIVE!! from ft Lauderdale!
It doesn’t take much of an internet search to discover the “fact” that the Goddess Isis bore the Holy Child Horus on December 25th. Frequently, the statement is used to dismiss the Christian tradition of the birth of the Christ on that day (and by inference, Christian tradition in general) as “mere Pagan superstition.” Frankly, this has been driving me a little crazy for years—for a variety of reasons.
The Holy Mother & Her Holy Child
First, there is absolutely nothing wrong with celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, the bringer of the light of Christianity to its believers, at that time of year when the light of the sun begins its return to the world. It is the perfect symbol and early Christians would have been silly to ignore it.Since Horus is a solar God, His birth at the winter solstice—even to the extent that He is “imperfect and prematurely born” at that time—makes symbolic sense. This tradition was still going strong by the 4th and 5th centuries CE, for another writer, Macrobius, famous for his book about the Saturnalia, notes that:at the winter solstice, the sun would seem to be a little child like that which the Egyptians bring forth from a shrine on the apponted day, since the day is then at its shortest and the god is accordingly shown as a tiny infant. (Macrobius, Saturnalia, 1.18:10