by Christopher (From Schtix and Stones
Around this time of year billions and Christians and Pagan's come together in agreement proclaiming, "Rejoice the Messiah is Dead" (which is the Latin translation of Merry Christmas). Now it appears we have an issue here. Doesn't Christiandom say that December 25 is the birth of the Messiah? Through such a simple translation from the Latin wouldn't one think, this is an issue and a contradiction of theology, given that Christians think December 25th is the birthday of Messiah?
As we know from the original texts, Yeshua was not born on December 25th but rather in either October or September during Sukkot, the Scriptures are very clear on this fact. December 25th is a date that was celebrated by ancient pagans even before the days of Messiah and was talked about in the book of Yasher (that was taken out of your Bibles). In the book of Yasher you read about Semiramis (Known as the great whore of Babylon in the book of Yasher) and Tammuz, and Tammuz's birthing as the resurrection of Nimrod. Then there is Sol paganism and Mythras, all associated with December 25th and again all predating the birth of Yeshua the Messiah.
The proclamation of "Rejoice the Messiah is Dead" is actually a rally cry for those who praise the sword of Constantine whom created the Christian religion and caused believers in Messiah to praise HIS gods in conjunction with a watered down version of the Messiah, thus trying to spiritually kill the body of believers with a slow moving cancer that has evolved to TERMINAL over the past 2000 years. We now have over 2.4 billion people in the world UNKNOWINGLY reciting "Rejoice the Messiah is Dead", under the flag of Christiandom. Thus evolves a spiritual killing of the Messiah in the minds and hearts of those whom think they are following the true faith. It sounds a lot like the proclamation of those in this sound clip.
By teaching a false messiah, as opposed to the one in the Scriptures, they are spiritually killing his existence in society. Also through changing his name from Yeshua to Jesus (The transliteration of Tammuz), they are then causing those in the churches to be celebrating and praising Tammuz and not Yeshua. Notice the messiah preached in the churches is not the Messiah in Scripture, they say the messiah did away with the Torah, they say Christmas is celebration of his birth (when it is not even close to his birth) and they say many things the Messiah never said. So yes, Christiandom is praising the death of Yeshua and the resurrection of their new god Jesus (aka Tammuz)
Theological Insights from Rabbi Eved Banah the North American Rebbe of Ani Judaism