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Saint Patrick's Day

A pagan on pagan crime and a celebration of genocide

 

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In the modern day pagan Christian faith, Saint Patrick's Day is a Catholic holiday that honors the 5th century missionary Saint Patrick. It is celebrated by different branches of the Church, including Roman Catholicism, Protestant and Non denominational Christianity. Saint Patrick's Day is observed on March 17, and because of it's so called Irish roots, the holiday often incorporates elements of Irish culture such as the color green as well as traditional Irish foods. 

 
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Emerald themed pagan cross hats worn at a annual St Patrick's Day celebration

 
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The Chicago River dyed green as part of the city's annual St. Patrick's Day celebration

 

For the majority of people (no matter their race or religion) St Patrick's Day is just another excuse to party, drink and be merry! Just like all the other holidays, business capitalize on this time of month to generate more revenue. Once again society puts pressure on people to get involved with the masses and NOT to be left out! Sadly we ALL have been conditioned by tradition and we often believe and do things that we don’t understand. Its time to stop letting our ignorance, arrogance, or traditions stop us from learning the truth! 

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For those who truly love the Heavenly Father, and have a real intimate relationship with him, they no longer want to be part of lies and deception. Being called to live a qadash (set apart) life from the world like scriptures say is an honor. 

 

Aleph KaFa 2:9 "1 Peter"

9 But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light;

 

YaHuWChaNaN 15:18-27 "John"

19 If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.


Saint Patrick's Origins

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Saint Patrick (387-461 AD) was born in Britain which was occupied and governed by the Roman Empire at that time. His father Calpornius, was a Christian deacon, and his grandfather Potitus, was a priest. When Patrick was about sixteen, he was captured and carried off as a slave to Ireland by Irish pirates. Patrick slaved as a herdsman and remained a captive for six years. The Book of Armagh contains Patrick confession and in it he wrote that his faith grew while in captivity. After six years in a dream he heard a voice telling him that he would soon go home. Fleeing his slave master, he made it to a port two hundred miles away. There found a ship, stowed away and after various adventures, he finally returned home to Britain and his family (now in his early twenties). After feeling captivity and returning home, Patrick became ordained and returned to Northern and Western Ireland as a Bishop. With the dominate Christian religion on his side, Patrick's mission was to go convert the Irish nobles and the wealthy into Christianity in order to influence the lower class peaseants.

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Scholars agree that St Patrick was a historical figure that converted many of the other pagans in Ireland to Christianity. While the Christian books record his generous deeds, other historical documents show a different side of St Patrick. Several writings document that Patrick forced Christianity on peasants, was accused of taking bribes, and charged fees for baptisms and ordinations. He’s also was accused of making bribes to kings, judges, and local Captains (or sheriffs) who provided protection to their local community. Patrick often made payments to the sons of certain tribal chiefs to accompany him on his travels, presumably to keep him safe from various natives. Some records also indicate his bribes were for people to fraudulently appear to have been converted  to Christianity order to show the “power” of St Patrick’s message regarding “God”.

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St Patrick was said to state that the 3 leaf clover is lucky, because it the clovers represent the Father, the son and the Holy spirit.

 

Bottom line, his message of "god" was a spectacle / scam, bought and paid for. The early pagan Christians were not squeamish about violence and Patrick himself wasn’t ashamed to get his hands dirty. Lots of St Patrick's stories are associated with Lough Derg (a lake in County Donegal, Republic of Ireland) meaning “Red Lake”. The legend claims that Patrick killed a large serpent on this lake and that its blood turned the water red (hence the name). This is the poetic version of history about Patrick killing other pagans at the water’s edge. Irish songs are written about St Patrick driving the snakes out of Ireland, which include mass killings and brutal beheadings along the way. Since Ireland NEVER had indigenous snakes, many believe this reference to "snakes" refers to the other pagans that where killed and that their symbol was a serpent or snake.  

 

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The Dark History of Ireland 

 

British Egyptologists Gerald Massey, Albert Churchward, the Scottish historian David Mac Ritchie, and the British antiquarian Godfrey Higgins, have all done exhaustive research throughout history and have brought out many facts regarding various cultures. Historian writers like Tacitus, Pliny, and Claudian describe the black people they encountered in the British Isles were “Black as the Ethiopians,” or “Cum Nigris Gentibus,” or “nimble-footed black moors". (Moors meaning: Being a dark people in relation to Europeans, their name in the Middle Ages was a synonym for "Negro;" later 16c.-17c.) Historical research and study tells us that the Irish leprechauns were originally black.

Historical research strongly suggests the TWA or pygmy people was the very first humans to live in Northern Ireland (where St Patrick returned to) and they were there long before the Druids and the influence of the Roman Catholic Church.  The TWA is a tribe of black pygmies that migrated north from Africa and made the island of Ireland their home. Their history traces back to over 10,000 years BC and other cultures also migrated to Ireland in later times, mostly from the Middle East and Eastern Europe. A gene study led by Dan Bradley of Trinity College in Dublin, traces the origins of ancient Irish genomes to Spain and Sardinia. Other ancestry was found to have originated in a region now known as Russia and the Ukraine.
 
Consequently we find that as proud as the Irish are about their heritage, they appear to be a genetic mix of peoples from throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The only true Irish heritage in traced back to the TWA people, who still inhabit the jungles in various parts of Africa.

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The Pygmy People

 

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The ancient dwellers of the British Isles and Ireland, were like the Kymry (one of the names given to the earliest inhabitants, from whom the Picts and Scots descended), were Blacks. The Scots themselves are of Black origin and Ireland was once known as Scotia. Scottish people were actually descendants of the ancient Egyptians, and can trace their ancestry to the daughter of an Egyptian pharaoh, Scota. Scotland was orginally called Caledonia until about the third century A.D. when the Egyptian tribe invaded Caledonia and the name was changed to Scotia. Both "Scotland" and the Roman name for Ireland "Scotia", are said to be derived from the name "Scotia" the daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh Scota. David Mac Ritchie has provided substantial evidence in his two-volume work, Ancient and Modern Britons that the Picts as well as the ancient Danes were Blacks. The Partholans, Formorians, Nemeds, Firbolgs, Tuatha De Danann, Milesians of Ireland and the Picts of Northern Scotland were all Blacks.

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The Firbolgs (believed to be a section of the Nemeds) are believed to be so-called pygmies or the TWA. They are dark skinned dwarfs, or elves / leprechauns in Irish History. The British Egyptologist Albert Churchward is convinced that the Tuatha-de-Danann, who came to Ireland, were of the same race and spoke the same language as the Fir-Bogs and the Formorians. So if the TWA or pygmy people were the first settlers, why are there none living in Ireland today? Thanks to St. Patrick, he led the mass genocide of the TWA people. According to legend, St. Patrick was well known for “chasing the serpents out of Ireland”. Now on the outside they make it sound like some miracle that he saved the people from deadly serpents. There is in fact NO evidence that real serpents ever existed in Ireland.

The “serpents”, the legend is referring to is really a symbol for something else. Its important to note, that in addition to the TWA, some other names for those people include; Naga, Nagar and Negus, which means loosely “serpent people” or “people of the serpent”. The name is also synonymous with Pharaohs and Kings. It is said the TWA wore a Uraeus (a particular hat or head covering showing a snake image), which is also found on the heads of the images of the Kings and Queens of ancient Egypt. St. Patrick is proudly celebrated by the pagan religions of Catholicism and Christianity for his work in the mass slaughter of the TWA people throughout Northern Ireland.

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Chasing the serpents out of Ireland is a metaphor for the mass genocide of a black race of people. So what St. Patrick is really famous for, is waging a genocidal war against the indigenous dark skinned black people of Ireland who had migrated there many thousands of years before the Caucasians and before Christianity. 

 

Excerpt from The Journal of Cornwall

 

"Footprints of Vanished Races"

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Excerpt from "Prehistoric Times" (1911)

Blacks being the original race once occupied virtually every corner of the globe and Britain was no exception. The Grimaldi African man is known to have occupied Europe in ancient times. Blacks have been living in Britain from prehistoric times to the present era.

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The Leprechaun Lie

 

The existence of the TWA people also is reflected in many of the Irish legends that were passed down by the Druids to contemporary times. The story of the Leprechaun, or a type of fairy that dressed in a green coat and who saved gold coins in a pot is a reflection of the diminutive people who were craftsmen in their time. It was said that the TWA or pygmy people had special knowledge of medicine (via herbs), metallurgy, textile and shoe-making which the Caucasians perceived as “magical.”

 

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Whatever wealth the TWA possessed was obviously seized in the mass genocide that occurred under the direction of St Patrick who acted on behalf of the Vatican Catholic \ Christian Church. Author David MacRitchie, in his book "Ancient and Modern Britons", wrote "the wild tribes of Ireland were black men is hinted by the fact that "a wild Irishman" is in Gaelic ‘a black Irishman (Dubh Eireannach).” The word Dubh in Gaelic means Black. This book also describes the varying people that arrived and settled in the British Isles. The Black Danes, the Normans who were Black (some of them), The Moors, The Egyptians, The Gypsies, not forgetting the Black Picts and the Black or Blue Celtic tribes of Scotland and Ireland that were described as 'black as pitch"

The old story of St Patrick’s evil deeds are twisted in the historical record to state that the man saved the people of Ireland from deadly serpents. But there is no evidence that snakes ever were found on the island nation. There is strong evidence that the Pharaohs and Kings of Egypt also were, black skinned people rather than Caucasian, as our history books make it appear. That these royal people are shown in ancient Egyptian art also wearing the Uraeus, or head piece with the head of a snake showing, may be significant. In many African cultures the serpent is not a symbol of evil, but for them it is a symbol of eternal life, of regeneration, power, protection and wisdom.


"ALL Snakes Day!"

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St Patrick's efforts are not without controversy of course, and as a foreigner he had no legal rights in Ireland. Many kingdoms denounced his preaching and eventually he was placed in chains. The feast day of St Patrick has been observed in Ireland on March 17 for hundreds of years. The date falls during the fasting season of Lent, but on St Patrick's Day the prohibitions against eating meat were lifted, and the Irish would celebrate their patron saint with dancing, drinking, and feasting on the traditional meal of Irish bacon and cabbage.

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The Pagans on the other hand also celebrate their holiday on March 17th called "ALL Snakes Day!" This is their holiday in which they rebel against St Patrick's Day. Pagans on March 17th revolt by wearing clothing, pendants and charms with snakes on it. The serpent symbol appears on coins and there are references to serpent tattoos on the arms of the remnant pagan Druids. Modern day pagans to wear black on St Patricks Day in honor of the dead holocaust victims St Patrick killed.

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St Patrick depicted in a stained glass window at St Benin’s Church, Ireland


OTHER RESOURCES

 

History Channels St. Patrick's Day | Bet You Didn't Know

 
 

WAKE UP and STOP following the crowds!

When it comes to celebrating any holiday ask yourself these questions: 1) "Who is getting the glory if you celebrate the holiday? and 2) If the Creator was right next to me, would he be pleased if you took part in this? (Colossians 3:17-23 and 1 Corinthians 10:31)   

 

Unlearn and Re-think EVERYTHING you were taught!

 

Once the truth is given to a person, and if that person TRULY loves the Creator, YHWH is expecting they make an immediate change, NOT take their sweet time getting there when they feel like it!

 

Acts 17:30

30 And the times of this ignorance YHWH winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent 

 

If you DON'T believe us regrading these facts, GOOD! Go do your own research, ASK YOUR PASTOR and find out for yourself, but NOW you cant say "you didn't know!" 

 

2 KaFa 2:21 "Peter"

21 For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them.

 

ABaRiY 10:26 "Hebrews" 

26 For if we sin willfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins