Month 2:11, Week 2:3 (Shleshi/Bikkurim), Year:Day 5936:040 AM|
Gregorian Calendar: Tuesday 1 May 2012
Between Beltane and Marx
A Day You Should Not Be Observing
Continued from Part 1
In case you are not aware, 1 May on the Gregorian Calendar is a major satanic feast day though is is also honoured publically supposedly to honour the proletariat. The Bolshevik International Socialists introduced it into the West, though Hitler had the singular honour of introducing it into Germany as part of his National Socialist revival. On one level it should probably be called Karl Marx Day because that is who it is officially honouring.
Beltane (a Gaelic word) originally comes from the spring pagan fetility rites of ancient Mesopotamia and mirrors the equally satanic Samhain or Halloween, the latter being the autumn (fall) time of reaping. Beltane celebrates the return of the sun, the planting of crops and the rebirth of spring on the outer, mundane pagan or 'white witchcraft' level (as in Wicca and other nature-worshipping religions) but represents a much more sinister agenda on the inner levels of satanism and devil-worship from which it springs. Regarded by pagans and satanists alike as a cross-quarter day, marking the midpoint of the sun's progress between the spring equinox and the summer solstice, it in reality falls somewhere between 5 and 7 May but has since become fixed on 1 May. If you want to know more about this wicked celebration, please see May Day, May Day! Labour Day is Not What You Think
The original Beltane was celebrated in honour of the Sumerian deity Enlil, one of the names of Baal/Bel (from which the Celtic Beltane comes), and almost certainly is the name of one of the nefilim or fallen watcher angel offspring posing as gods from the skies. Anciently, this was a most important day because it reaffirmed the soul-tie between the people and the 'gods', represented by the king in a temple ritual. The king joined with the high priestess in the inner sanctum and had ritual sex with her. It was a day for orgies out in the open by the common folk to supposedly envigorate the crops.
Beltane begins at sunset on 30 April because the Celts always figured their days from sunset unlike the ancient Hebrews who began the day at sunrise. Following 70 years of exile in pagan Babylonia, the Jews returned to Palestine with this heathen sunset-to-sunset practice along with many others, including reckoning months by the crescent moon. Fires are lit with wood taken from nine different trees on a grid of eight small squares and one central one within a larger square from which the turf was removed leaving only the central square intact, representing the central hearth of the pagan community. This hallowed number of 9 in paganism has an opposite meaning in Yahweh's Davar (Word), namely judgment, being linked to the number 6 (the number of fallen man), 6 being the sum of its two factors 3x3=9 and 3+3=6 which signifies the end of man without Yahweh.
Beltane is celebrated in the nude with orgies, pairing couples jumping through bonfire flames and then disappearing into the woods until dawn to engage in all night sex after feasting. Cattle were also driven between two bonfires usually fuelled by oakwood and then taken to their summer pastures. Celebrants danced nude around a phallic maypole made from birch believed to be associated with purification and rode a hobby horse. These ancient depravities have survived in English nursery rhymes: 'Ride a cock horse to Banbury cross' and 'to see a fine Lady on a white horse' that recalls Lady Godiva who rode naked through Coventry. These rituals continued in England until the Puritans put an end to them.
In Egypt the festivals was known as Het-Her or the 'Festival of Joyous Union' and represented a union of the male sun and female moon. Here in Sweden the feast is known as the Feast of Valborg, having its origins with the Vikings who believed that the veil between earth and the astral or spirit worlds was thinnest at this time, especially at midnight. In Germany it is known as Walpurgisnacht (a fusion of pagan and Catholic traditions), and a black mass was (and still is) observed.
Beltane has, today, been redressed as Labour Day and is one of socialism's main observances. It's a public holiday. But far from honouring workers it is, in reality, a day honouring Satan and should not be observed by Christians and Messianics. Today's Mesopotamian 'king' is Karl Marx and the 'high priestesses' are the heads of state who sanction it and represent the people who submit to it.
I mentioned that 9 is the number of judgment against man. It is also (this year) the 40th day of the Creation Calendar which is another day of judgment but this time a salvational judgment for the righteous as well as destruction for the wicked. The number 40 marks each new development in prophetic history - the 40 days of rain during the flood (Gen.7:17), redemption from Egypt, Moses' fast on Mt.Sinai (Ex.24:18; 34:28; Dt.9:9), the spies' exploration of the land of Canaan (Num.13:25), Moses' prayer for Israel (Dt.9:25), Elijah and the prophetic era, the advent of Messiah, Golaiath's defiance (1 Sam.17:16), Elijah's journey to Horeb (1 Ki.19:8), Ezekiel's lying on his right side (Ezek.4:6), Jonah's warning to Nineveh (Jon.3:5), Messiah's fast in the wilderness (Mt.4:2) and His appearances after the resurrection (Ac.1:3). In a word, this is going to be a really bad year for the wicked - a year of heavy judgment - but a good one for the righteous - a year of justification!
Have nothing whatsoever to do with pagan observances - Yahweh strictly warns His people again and again not to, because to do so is to participate in their curses and judgments. We are not to imitate their ways but stick to Yahweh's own festivals and appointments only. So I hope you are having nothing to do with Beltane or misnamed 'Labour Day'!
Remember, to love is to love with the emet (truth) and not with the lies which are the false traditions of men. This is humility and the way to honour our Elohim (God)!
"The fear of Yahweh is the instruction of wisdom, and before honour is humility" (Prov.15:33, NKJV).