Friday the 13th Events, Facts, and Origins

Ever wonder where the Friday the 13th origin and fear comes from? Here’s about 100 theories, facts, and historical events on the “bad luck” date. Continue reading Friday the 13th Events, Facts, and Origins

The Obscured Origins of Valentine’s Day *Updated 2016

– Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate romance and love, stupidity and consumerism. However, the origins of this weird candy-heart festival with flying naked baby-archers and overpriced plants wrapped in ribbon are actually pretty dark and bloody. – HEART … Continue reading The Obscured Origins of Valentine’s Day *Updated 2016

40 GOOD REASONS TO DESPISE MARTIN LUCIFER KING AS THE TREASONOUS, SEXIST, CRAZED, PUTRID FRAUD HE WAS

40 GOOD REASONS TO DESPISE MARTIN LUCIFER KING AS THE TREASONOUS, SEXIST, CRAZED, PUTRID FRAUD HE WAS. Continue reading 40 GOOD REASONS TO DESPISE MARTIN LUCIFER KING AS THE TREASONOUS, SEXIST, CRAZED, PUTRID FRAUD HE WAS

True Story of Christmas

********* “Many people suffer from the misconception that Christmas is a Christian holiday. The earliest history of Christmas is composed of “pagan” (non-Christian) fertility rites and practices which predate Jesus by centuries. The truth is, in short, the real history of Christmas has nothing to do with Christianity. Many of the traditions which we hold dear, such as decorating Christmas trees, singing Christmas carols, and giving Christmas gifts, are rooted in the traditions of non-Christian religions. We do not observe Christmas on December 25th because it was the date in history when Jesus was born. Nobody knows exactly what that … Continue reading True Story of Christmas

Thanksgiving?

~~Looking at this history raises a question: Why should anyone celebrate the survival of the earliest Puritans with a Thanksgiving Day? Certainly the Native peoples of those times had no reason to celebrate.

~~The ruling powers of the United States organised people to celebrate Thanksgiving Day because it is in their interest. That’s why they created it. Continue reading Thanksgiving?