Monday, December 21, 2009

The Origins of Christmas Part 3 of 5

The Earth belongs to HaShem
"The Earth Belongs to HaShem and the Fullness Thereof."

The Origins of Christmas
Part Three

By Ben Ruach HaKodesh (John of AllFaith) 12.16.09

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Santa Claus

The traditions of Saint Nick come from a few different places and have been combined into the popular image of Santa Claus.

"Saint" Nicholas

The "Nicolaitane Heresy" (referenced directly in the Book of Revelation and indirectly by Paul and others in the New Testament) is propagated by "Old Nick" or "the Stranger." Old Nick is another moniker of Lucifer.

"Saint" Nicholas with the Three Boys in the Pickling Tub,
South Netherlandish, ca. 1500. -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Old Nick: God of the Merovingians

Nick or Old Nick is a well-known appellation of Lucifer and has been used as such for centuries. The name is related to (or may be derived from) the Dutch word Nikken or devil. The word Nikken stems from the Anglo-Saxon nac-an meaning "to slay". In the areas around Bavaria (home of the Bavarian Illuminati and seat of Merovingian power) there is a river spirit named "Neck," "Nikke," or "Nokke." This nature spirit/demon is of the same family of nature spirits as the Celtic Water Kelpie (supernatural water horses). These spirits are directly related to the Merman of Triton and elsewhere.

The Merovingian Global Elite trace their roots to Merovech (Meroveus or Merovius in Latin and M�rov�e in French), the founder of the Salian Frankish Merovingian dynasty. According to their traditions, Merovech was born of a sea god after his mother was raped by a "bestea Neptuni Quinotauri similis." Mero is the root word of mermaid (and mermen) and directly references their father as "Neck," "Nikke," or "Nokke": I.E. as Old Nick or Lucifer in the guise of a quinotaur, which is to say, a five-horned sea bull. According to many of the Dark Prophecies, Rex Mundi will arise from and lead the Merovingians and establish the New World Order (the Novus Ordo Seclorum). Hence, Old Nick is the actual god of the Merovingians and father of the Nicolaitane Heresy.

The Nicolaitane Heresy, by whatever name, is a movement that has been carefully concealed and developed within the heart of the Nicean Church by the Merovingian Elite from as early as the late Second Century CE. That movement established much of what today is accepted as standard Christian dogma. Babylon the Great ("that woman Jezebel") will be the organized, global structure that will arise from this centuries-long endeavor finally realized under the authority of Rex Mundi (the Antichrist). This is the true identity of Old Nick.

But of course, had this been revealed the mislead believers would have rebelled and so a nicer, more Catholic face was developed for public consumption.

Nicholas, Bishop of Myra and Lord of Bari

"Nicholas the Wonder worker" as he was known was born in Parara, Turkey in 270 CE and died December 5th or 6th, 346. He was said to be a very kind and generous man who often left secreted gifts for the poor with the aid of companions like Zwarte Piet (a black skinned servant), Knecht Ruprecht (a bearded farm hand), Krampus (an incubus-like horned creature), der Wilde Mann (an unhorned incubus known simply as "the wild man") and other non-biblical Pagan characters. People would leave their shoes out on their porches and Nicholas often left coins in them.

The Nicean Church developed his popular reputation as the public facade of Saint (santa) Nick (even though he was not formally declared a saint until the 19th century). By incorporating these images and traditions many Northern Europeans came into the universal Church. While Old Nick's demonic companions are largely unknown in the US, they are still widely honored in the Netherlands and elsewhere as nature-spirit assistants to Sinterklaas. Sinterklaas' name comes from the Dutch word Sinter and offers a hint of Old Nick's true identity. He emerges from the sintel or cinders of the mythical regions of Hell along with his demonic assistants.


Nicholas and the Nicolaitane Heresy

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