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Why are Christmas colors Red & Green?
November 20, 2016
Why are the colors of Christmas Red & Green?
Green and Red combine make brown. In present day explanations, the Red is said to be used in “early times” as “apples on the paradise tree”, and said to “represent the fall of Adam”, which raises many questions. Then, we go into the holly berry for Red, which can kill a person or your pets if the berries are eaten. The leaves if eaten are said to cause diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and stomach and intestinal problems. Then, they say the “Bishops robes have red on them” or that the Red color is for the “blood of Jesus.”
So, it doesn’t surprise me but, the red is for Jesus blood, toxic berries, and Roman Catholic
I think something Moor to the meaning here which so many have just accepted. We can go back to 14th and 16th Century paintings revived by the Victorians during the Reformation depicting the colors Red & Green said to inspire these two colors for Christmas. Then, we go back even further to 12th & 13th centuries uncovering manuscripts such as the Mabinogion Stories which were compiled by the British from oral traditions spoken by medieval Welsh authors. One such related story is of Maponos (“Great Son) known as a god of youth, apparently derived from Maponos. Maponos, said to be the son of the Dea Matrona, also known as “divine mother goddess” with the river Marne named after her. The Welsh mythological figure Modron mother of Mabon is derived from the same etymology and Maponos is known as “son of Modron.”
“For red and green, our comparatively recent obsession with associating these colors with Christmas masks a profound and long-forgotten other history.”
So, where Red and Green come in here so far, I do not know. I found this information interesting nonetheless.
CHRIST-MASS, X-MASS, MASSACRE OF MOORS
During these centuries and into the 14th, millions of Moors (known as the Christ beings) were massacred all across Europe by Christians, Catholics, & Protestants. It is said during Vlad the impalers rule he went into the Turkish Ottoman Empire known as Moldavia Boğdan Iflak (meaning "Bogdan's Wallachia") and Boğdan (and occasionally Kara-Boğdan - "Black Bogdania"). It has been said that Christmas tree decorations are nothing other than a reminder of the innards of men, women, & children who were murdered during those times. People today celebrate the Christ Mass of the Moors in ignorance of these heinous crimes against Christ’s people.
Vlad the Impaler, a murderer of Moors, is depicted in the color Red as is Santa Claus. St. Nicholas, who Santa Clause (in red) supposedly, was murdered December 6th, 343 AD. In earlier paintings, the real St. Nicholas is depicted as a melanated skinned man in the color Green with a auric glow around his head. St. Nikolas was called Nikolas or Myra, which was an ancient Greek town in Lycia which is present day Kale, Turkey, where the “Afro Turks” were from known as the Moors of Turkey.
Besides the fact that Green has been changed to Red, from St. Nicholas to Santa Clause, together, these two colors when mixed become Brown, which is the colors of the Moors at that time.
Red (root chakra/blood) + Green (heart chakra/love) = Brown = mixed & lost Moor histories of Christmas = Christ Mass
Christmas - Another ignorant holiday spell to divide a people (Red & Green) from the truth