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Origins of Valentine's Day

The topic begins about 49 minutes into the Shabbat service.  QUESTION: Which holidays will believers celebrate in the Millennium?


What is the Wheel of the Year?

While television and movie witches are bathed in special effects, real life is much different. Seasonal gatherings and community celebrations mark events connected to fertile crops, fertile stock animals, fertile humans and human survival. 209 more words

Wiccan And Witchcraft


Be Nobody’s Valentine

Each year on February 14th countless millions of people celebrate a day known as “St. Valentine’s Day.” Millions of heart-shaped cards and boxes of chocolates are given as gifts, and even churches have Valentine parties on this so-called “Day of Love.” In schools, from pre-school and kindergarten on up, children draw names from a box and exchange heart-shapes notes which “pair off” the children and is said to be “all in fun.” People of all ages get into the act, and the words that are heard everywhere on that day are, “Be My Valentine.” 1,078 more words

Pagan Holiday

Warning: Beware of Man's Traditions About Christ

You ever notice how the apostles of Christ never warned the early Christians about the dangers of being deceived by the gods of the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Indians, Persians, … 726 more words

False Doctrines


Candlemas (Imbolc, Imbolg and Oimelc) is a major Sabbat that is a celebration to mark the return of the sun and the end of winter. At Yule the Goddess gave birth to the promised “Child of Light” the tiny God of the Sun. 2,030 more words


New Year? Are you sure about that???

Why is it that this time of year, so many people greet each other, with the common saying, “happy new year”?  The issue is that January is NOT the beginning of the year!!!   372 more words