It is Thanksgiving, a day to celebrate the gifts of creation and blessings. A day to gather with family and friends. A day that you would think most Armstrongites would be appreciative of due to its religious undertones. But no...it is a day for the bottom feeders of the church and society to go into demonic fits of rage over..
Take James Malm for instance. The self appointed delusional legalistic Pharisee despises Thanksgiving. I guess the miserable little man needs to sit in his dreary little apartment on this day pounding the keyboard in zeal to get out his personal message of the way he wants scripture to be understood.
If you thought though the Almost Arrested Boob sitting in Arroyo Grande was nuts, Malm may surpass him.
The self-appointed liar writes:
We must remove every sin and every pagan blot on our garments to prepare for the marriage of the Lamb.
The traditions of the Protestants including Puritans and Anglicans came mainly from Roman Catholicism, the Roman Catholic church is the ancient Babylonian Mysteries traditions were adopted from paganism.
Sunday, Easter and even Thanksgiving are very ancient pagan holy days.Why is it that every thing that an Armstrongite come in contact with has to be pagan or evil? Why are they such miserable human beings?
Malm continues with this...Thanksgiving originated with the Indians as a time to sacrifice virgin women.
Actually the harvest feast was well known by these Indians and was a tradition practiced throughout the new world, as well as the old by the pagans. Thanksgiving is a universal pagan tradition descended and spread from Babel worldwide. Some of whom paid homage for the harvest by sacrificing young virgins.Those damn Babylonians! At it again trying to destroy an American and Canadian holiday!
We tend to think of Thanksgiving Day starting in the New World. But actually a thanksgiving for the annual harvest is one of the oldest holidays known to mankind, though celebrated on slightly [due to differences in climate and harvest dates] different dates. In Chaldea, in ancient Egypt and in Greece, the harvest festival was celebrated with great rejoicing. The Hindus and the Chinese observe the gathered harvest with a holiday.”
The deviate Pharisee fails to mention that pagans also wore clothing, went to the bathroom, had sex, built homes, ate food, got married, eat apples and pumpkins, and many more things we we do today that they also did.
Now what could some of the things you’re eating on Thanksgiving symbolized?(For all Our Kitchen Witches Out there!!!!)Turkey-– Native Americans–symbolized the Mother Earth and a shared Harvest.Apples–Celts–rebirth, healing and youthPumpkins--Native American– was symbolic of personalized power (in some cultures) and symbolized the sun.Wishing you a Merry Pagan Thanksgiving!
God’s Thanksgiving is the Fall Harvest Festival of the Feast of Tabernacles!
You too can read this malarkey fest here: All About Thanksgiving: What You Were Never Told About Thanksgiving