Antichristian origin; the truth about the “christmas’ tree”
The so-called “Christmas tree” is actually the “Tree of Universe” of druidic origin, as stated in ALL of the stories about it. Nobody can ensure that the “Tree of Universe” has a tradition originated in Christianity. Even the New Church recognizes its origins in naturalist paganism.
All sources point the Druid priests, the same of Halloween which sacrificed human beings to their pagan gods, as the authors of the “tree of the universe”, but to them it was:
“The birthday’s celebration of one of their gods for which they adorned an evergreen tree. It coincided in proximity with the date of the Christian feast of Christmas.”
That tree was named Divine Idrasil (Tree of Universe) and its top was the Heaven, the Asgard and the Valhalla, while in the deepest roots were HELL. This tree symbolized the tree of the Universe, called Yggdrasil, whose crown was Asgard (the dwelling of the gods) and Valhalla (Odin’s palace), and the deepest roots were Helheim (the hell or the kingdom of the dead).”
Saint Boniface ordered that the tree in which the pagans sacrifice animals and men be knocked down.
The fake Christmas legend of Saint Boniface is similar to the “Santa Claus” legend.
The fake Christmas legend of Saint Boniface is similar to “Santa Claus” legend
Many contemporaries, after assimilating the Druidic custom, wanted to justify the use of the “Tree of the Universe” in their homes and their filling it with the gifts which are supposedly brought by the fat elf Santa Claus that enters a house by a narrow chimney…
The advocates of the “Tree of the Universe” distort the tradition and invent a pseudo “tradition” in which St. Boniface, after cutting a druidic tree Idrasil Divine (Tree of the Universe), instead “planted a pine, which, being perennial, symbolized the love of God, and adorned it with apples and candles. They soon betray themselves by stating:
“The apples symbolize the original sin and temtation, while the candles represent the ligth of Jesus Christ as light of the word…”
Saint Boniface raised the Holy Cross in the place where he demolished the pagan tree. He did not plant a pine as claimed by the cabalistic neo-church and as promoted by the conciliar Rome.
Saint Boniface (675-754) was a English bishop who went to Hesse, Germany, in the VIII century to preach the Christian faith.
After a hard period of preaching the Gospel, apparently with some success, Boniface went to Rome to meet with Pope Gregory II (715-731).
On his return to Germany, in the Christmas of 723, he was deeply grieved to see that the Germans were back to their old idolatry and were preparing to celebrate the winter solstice sacrificing a young man in the sacred oak of Odin.
On a holy wrath, like Moses before the golden calf, Bishop Boniface took an ax and dared to cut the sacred oak.
All of this is historically documented.
St. Boniface is represented baptizing converts, with one foot on top of a folded oak tree symbolizing the subjugation of pagan religion.
However, the Neo Church has invented an absurd legend, falsely attributed to St. Boniface.
But this story does not explain why would the saint cut a tree (an oak), to plant another tree (a pine) and load it with the same food as the pagans. It is foolish and contradictory.
Why was it (the tree) so generously filled with apples (sins), similar to the Eden‘s Tree?
If the “tradition” began in the seventh century, why would it have been hidden for a millennia, until it was “rescued” by the Lutheran Protestants in the seventeenth century and not by the Catholics?
To explain it better, let’s make two questions clear:
What does the Nativity of Our Redeemer have to do a pine tree with apples and lights? Nothing.
And the second question: What does the “Christmas tree” have to do with the “Tree of the Universe” (a Druidic representation of the Eden’s tree), used by the enemies of Christ to worship demons? Everything.
The “tree of the universe” was introduced in Spain and England, by crypto-Jews
The “Tree of the Universe” now called ”Christmas Tree” was first introduced in the Lutheran Germany in the early seventeenth century. It was not until the nineteenth century when it appeared in the Protestant countries of Finland, Russia and England.
First in the Windsor Castle (the Hebraized von Battenberg) who did part of their Christmas ornaments in the mid nineteenth century. But also the Hebraized Bourbonists took it to Spain in 1870. We know that it was introduced by the “Russian” non- Catholic duchess Sophie Troubetzkoy Sergeïevna wife of a leader of the Bourbon restoration, Jose Isidro Osorio and Silva-Bazán, son of the “marrana” (false converse) Ines Francisca de Silva-Bazán (1806-1865) daughter of the Crypto-Hebrew José Gabriel de Silva-Bazán and Waldstein and the “marrana” (false converse) Maria Joaquina Téllez-Girón and Alfonso Pimentel.
In Spain there were many detractors of this tradition as Dolors Cos in 1930 and Ramon Violant in 1948. He complained that, in the stores, mixed between figures and ornaments also appeared Christmas trees.
The reintroduction of the tree in Germany, attributed to Martin Luther, the famous heresiarch
(Information from the University of Murcia website)
German culture recognizes Martin Luther as the founder of “Faith” and Protestants as the“father of the Christmas tree.” It is said that while Luther was returning to Wittenberg, a silent and cold eve night, he wanted to recreate, by decorating a home fir with small candles, the fabulous impression he had when he saw the frozen forest trees that sparkled in the light of the stars … It may have been an attempt by the German Reformed Church to preserve a pagan custom, alive in the mind of the people, pretending to give it a Christian character.
In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries this custom took roots in Germany and the Scandinavian countries, from there to England. The first sovereigns of the house of Hanover, George III (and especially his wife Charlotte), promoted it, and later the Prince Consort Albert of Saxe-Coburg, the famous husband of Queen Victoria. The decorated fir within households could be considered, in a sense, as a proof of monarchial loyalty.
Since when has the tree been used in the Vatican?
Since 1982, every year, a country gives a Christmas tree to the Vatican. A tradition which was started by John Paul II and continues today: Rome Reports
(Transcrip from Azteca Noticias)
Vatican City, The Vatican.- A 24 meter fir will adorn Saint Peter’s Square in the Vatican for the holidays. The tree will be extracted from a forest of the Italian province of Isernia.
The tree has already been identified and it will be removed from the Sovereign fir forest, located in the town of Pescopennataro, on December the 5th.
With a crane of the Italian Civil Protection, the tree will be mobilized and wrapped in a network that will support the branches to be later flown by helicopter from the StateForestry Corps, then it will be moved to a nearby valley.
The tree will be positioned on a truck about 30 feet long that will transport it to Saint Peter’s Square, where it will be unloaded by employees of the Vatican to decorate it with hundreds of spheres and thousands of lights.
As is tradition, the tree will be located next to the central obelisk in the square at one side of the structure that will contain a giant Nativity. The fir will be lit during a ceremony on December 14th, while the Nativity will be inaugurated in the evening of the 24th, Christmas Eve.