What Does Christmas Mean?

Breaking down Christmas, we have Christ and Mas. Christ is a shorter form of Christos which is a Greek word meaning, the chosen one. The word could also be referencing Christians.

Mas is referring to a mass, the main Eucharistic liturgical service in many forms of Western Christianity. a collection of incoherent particles, parts, or objects regarded as forming one body

We have the chosen one as a mass of incoherent particles forming one body.

Humans are cells, cells are made of atoms. Atoms are in us, around us and form everything. So, from the definition above, the cells in mass would form one body. One body, our body. Atom is the smallest form of chemical elements. I’ve combined elements of science with religion.


Moving back onto Christmas. Let’s look at :

The image of the lamb has for as long as I remember, been associated with Christ, and shown to be Christ. The golden aura of his head, the light surrounding his body. The kings, the gifts, the straw, stables. All symbols. Symbolism of being poor, symbolism of being born with nothing. A lamb, born to be slain, to be slaughtered at the right time. The Lamb of God. It took 33 years for the right time. Levites raised lambs in Bethlehem and sacrificed them in the temples.

People still believe sacrifices are good and they are rewarded. There is plenty of killing of animals, attempting to justify it doesn’t make it better. You could also say that sheep are associated with religion, I’ll let you figure that out.

Christmas places so much emphasis on gifts, when actually, Christ received 3 gifts from 3 kings, the 3 wise men. The Magi’s, similar sounding to mage, a word for a wizard or sorcerer.

“Where is the Baby born to be the king of the Jews?” They had seen his star in the east and come to worship him. Rising in the east, that could be the sun. The sun of God. It could also be talking about the evening star, Venus (aka, morning star). All this talk about planets makes you think the Son of God is an alien. A hybrid, perfectly formed to infiltrate earth.

But the 3 gifts he receives are symbolic. The frankincense, myrrh and gold. Today people ask for and give a lot more than that. The simplicity of the 3 gifts is what people should be aiming for. I enjoy using frankincense, so will probably buy myself some. Gold, fit for royalty, the king of the land. Frankincense, showing the divine connection with God, when Christ was worshipped as such. And finally myrrh, used to anoint the dead. All parts of Christ life.

What does Christmas mean? A celebration of His life, if you didn’t figure that out already. A religious holiday for Christians. If you are not of this religion or belief, you wouldn’t celebrate in any form and would work on the day. A word that can have multiple meanings. A history only partially told. Did you know He was a high priest? Sounds like this figure is derived from a dark secret cult.

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