Welcome to the Era of the Selfie, another failed lesson of an unsung artist, who can’t distinguish the difference between being a voice of outrage for an oppressed segment of the world’s population versus being in tune with an audience that’s paying to see someone perform. It’s a world filled with people who will kill you over religious differences while expressing a hope of salvation by flaunting their non-religious right to vote. See who their deity really is? It’s a day where everyone can be what they aren’t, instead of smiling in the faces of the people they hate at work. Thinking that unity is uniformity is the new lotteries of divine dreams. Halloween was created for the commemoration of the Age of the Selfie!
Just wait one second! Easter is the Spring Equinox. Christmas is Winter Solstice. The four seasons are for the four gospel accounts, twelve signs of the zodiac liking the edge of twelve apostles, baptized at 29 ½ years old, which is the same amount of time it takes for the Saturn to orbit around the Sun. Yes, Christianity is a pagan religion too. Perhaps one day they’ll even believe in human sacrifice for salvation? I doubt it!
Now we are facing America’s psychological test, better known as Halloween. It’s a time to ask ourselves, whether we should continue to salute the flag and then brag about our right to vote? This is what Halloween is really about, a bunch of people who pretend to be something that they’re really not. The sad part about all of this is that spiritualists seem to think its their holiday. Perhaps it is just another expression of Samhain. You would think that an overweight “I want to bring the Victorian Age back again so I won’t look so fat” type of witch, would be the last person that you would expect to bend down and kiss the feet of Jesus. Wikipedia, under the topic, All Saints Day, states:
“All Saints’ Day, also known as All Hallows’ Day, Hallowmas, Feast of All Saints, or Solemnity of All Saints, is a Christian festival celebrated in honour of all the saints, known and unknown. It occurs on different dates in different Christian traditions. Several Western Christian denominations celebrate it on 1 November, including the Roman Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion, the Methodist Church, the Lutheran Church, and other Protestant churches. Meanwhile, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Eastern Catholic churches celebrate it on the first Sunday after Pentecost.
Christians who celebrate All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day do so in the fundamental belief that there is a prayerful spiritual bond between those in heaven (the “Church triumphant“), and the living (the “Church militant“). In Catholic theology, the day commemorates all those who have attained the beatific vision in Heaven. It is a national holiday in many historically Catholic countries. In Methodist theology, All Saints Day revolves around “giving God solemn thanks for the lives and deaths of his saints“, including those who are “famous or obscure”. As such, individuals throughout the Church Universal are honoured, such as Paul the Apostle, Augustine of Hippo and John Wesley, in addition to individuals who have personally led one to faith in Jesus, such as one’s grandmother or friend.”
It’s the Age of the Selfie!!!!!