The final end of the Christmas season takes place on Epiphany, the “Day of the Three Kings”. January 6th is the culmination of a concentrated series of pagan fantasies in the guise of Christianity.
Inhalt / Content
- 1 3 Holy Kings aka star singers
- 2 Customs with a Christian bonnet
- 3 Almost nothing agrees with the Bible
- 4 Roman Church – author of these stories
- 5 3 Kings today in Cologne Cathedral
- 6 Melchior’s existence is threatened today
- 7 Epiphany water as a protective liquid
- 8 The “Rough Nights” cannot be missed
- 9 Whole package of “Christian” pagan customs
3 Holy Kings aka star singers
The end of the Christmas season and for many households also the last day on which the already heavily needled Christmas tree has its last colorful existence takes place on January 6th with the so-called Three Kings. In many areas, these three figures are depicted as “star singers” walking from door to door.
Customs with a Christian bonnet
Since Christmas is described as a Christian festival, the occasion of the Three Kings also has a claimed Christian background. The three kings were Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar. They therefore come from the “Morning Land” and follow the star over Bethlehem. The birth announcement of Jesus Christ. The reference to the Bible is made with the statements in Matthew 2. But what do the verses say about the 3 Kings? Matthew 2:1-2:
“Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, Saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him.“
Almost nothing agrees with the Bible
“Wise men” came from the East, not to Bethlehem, but to Jerusalem. How many? More than one, since “wise” is plural. These wise men, not kings, in unknown numbers, were led to Jerusalem, not to Bethlehem, and first had to find out where the newly born King of Judea actually is. Only the scribes who knew the prophecy about the exact place of birth knew about it.
It was only with this question from the wise men that Herod “smelled a fuse” and became extremely nervous because of the statement that a king had been born.
There is also nothing to be found in the Bible about the attribute “saint”.
From the story, “3 Holy Kings from the Orient followed the star to Bethlehem” only Oriental, a star and the plural are correct. There is no mention of any names at all in the Bible.
With verse 12 the wise men disappear from the scene again:
“And being warned of God in a dream that they should not return to Herod, they departed into their own country another way.“
The wise men received the attribute of saints – who would have guessed that? – by the Roman Catholic Church. This church determined the number of three based on the number of gifts. There were three gifts: gold, frankincense and myrrh. There is also the idea that they must be “kings” from three different continents. Africa, Europe and Asia. However, this repeatedly contradicts the Bible. It is explicitly called “east”, i.e. a region and this in the singular. Additionally, verse 12 speaks of returning to “their own country” and not “their own countries.” Therefore, the origin of these “3 kings” is also a product of Roman imagination.
3 Kings today in Cologne Cathedral
The number, origin, names and whereabouts of the wise men from the Orient therefore remain completely open from a biblical perspective. But the Roman Catholic Church can offer much more than its own creation of this “royal story”. For some inexplicable reason, these “3 Kings” have arrived in Milan, Italy. There the church kept the bones of the 3 figures. Frederick Barbarossa took the bones, also known as relics, from Milan in 1162 and brought them to Cologne. The “original bones” of these three kings, who according to the Bible do not exist, still lie in Cologne Cathedral today. It was not until 1200 that the three skulls that had been separated from the bones were each given a crown. The three crowns of these kings can be found on the city’s coat of arms today. A death cult that cannot be better described.
Melchior’s existence is threatened today
In the story of these 3 kings, there was once a role reversal. One of these figures is dark-skinned and is supposed to represent Africa. This was initially intended for Caspar. As if he had not been satisfied with his assigned role, the dark skin color later spread to Melchior. This remained the case until recently. Today, Melchior has a difficult existence because his appearance depicted in star singers is condemned as “black facing”. “Cultural appropriation” is the “serious offense.” An irony, considering that these figures are merely the product of clerical imagination.
Epiphany water as a protective liquid
In order to bring this saga to a smooth conclusion, the Church of Rome also devised the ritual of “Epiphany Water” on the day of the Three Kings. For this purpose, water is taken from a river, consecrated and used in the future as protective water against storms. Potentially facing a boom in times of “climate change”.
The “Rough Nights” cannot be missed
But it would not be the Roman Catholic Church if a liturgical vacuum had remained in the period between Christmas and 3 Kings. The so-called rough nights prevail. There are 12 days or 12 rough nights between Christmas and January 6th. A thoroughly pagan origin. During this time, the gate between this world and the hereafter opened, so to speak.
The laws of nature seem to be suspended and “demons and spirits of the dead” move across the sky (Source). But there is protection against such ghost activities. Let the wandering star singers write the letter combination “C+M+B” (“Christus mansionem benedicat” – “Christ protect this house”) on the door frame of the house entrance and the spirits will be deterred from their unspeakable works.
Whole package of “Christian” pagan customs
The time after Christmas (auch paganism – Info), with the conclusion of the Three Kings, is permeated by death cult and spiritualism. Nicely packaged as Christian folklore. It is not the activity of ghosts and demons that is superstition, but in some regions the refraining from doing laundry between Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Rather, one should remember that after the darkest days of the year, the “rebirth of light” takes place. Also, a way of describing the secretly worshiped pagan god Mithras. This also eliminates the need for artificial lighting using the Christmas tree (Info).
So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitans, which thing I hate.
In the case of “Pavlovian impulses”: Revelation 2:15 refers to adherence to the teachings and not the Nicolaitans.
Bible verses from King James Version