Good King Wenceslas is a Christmas Carol that tells the story of a king's journey through harsh winter landscape, in order to bring alms to a poor family after he sees a man collecting firewood on his land from the castle tower during the Feast of Stephen on December 26, known as the second day of Christmas. It's actually a true story of Saint Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia (c. 907–935 AD)
The story of this joyous Christmas carol takes us around a few twists and turns on its way to our holiday doorstep. It meanders around the creation of a poem by Charles Wesley, the brother of John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, and then winds its way to the music taken from a composition by Felix Mendelssohn more than 100 years after it was written, to its final destination as the upbeat rhythm and current lyrical version.
Orgonite and Orgone Energy - A Short History
A lot of people are talking about "orgonite", orgone, orgone energy, orgone generator, orgone accumulator, cloud busters these days. But what does all this mean? A lot of confusion has been sowed by indiscriminate usage of some of these terms, not without the fault of some members of the growing worldwide orgonite network. Orgone is the name given by Dr. Wilhelm Reich - who spent the latter part of his life researching this phenomenon - to the all-pervading omnipresent Life Energy.
The hymn "Joy to the World" was originally written as a poem based upon the 98th Psalm. Psalm 98:4 reads "Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise". Isaac Watts, a minister who lived from 1674 to 1748, would be surprised to find that his poem has become one of the most famous Christmas songs of all time. Later a famous hymn writer, Lowell Mason, took the poem and adapted music written by George Friedrich Handel to become the joyful song of praise. It is also of interest that the song is not really a Christmas song, but rather a song of joy based upon the second coming of Christ, when Christ would reign in the world.
The most fantastically beautiful and popular religious music of all time, George Freidrich Handel's Messiah was written in just 24 days. The climactic ending of the second part, the Hallelujah Chorus stirs the soul so deeply, it is said that Handel himself cried tears of joy and shouted out that he had seen the face of God. Even King George II, it is said, stood up at this point of the 1743 London premiere performance. Thus was born the traditional standing of the audience through that towering crescendo of voices.
Beethoven said of Handel, "He is the greatest composer that ever lived. I would uncover my head and kneel before his tomb."
Candace Owens on Twitter: "Every business owner in America needs to watch this video. I have been saying this for months. Unless the Democrats plan to mass murder people for non-compliance— these shutdowns mandates are worth the piece of papers they are written on. There are more of us than them."
I found the story of the Christmas carol we know as "Carol of the Bells" quite fascinating. Its lovely tones and melody have been a part of our Christmas traditions for nearly 100 years, yet its origin is quite unlike what we have grown so familiar with and loved for so long.
The origins and celebrations of Hanukkah.
Although Hanukkah is considered a minor Jewish Festival, it has become ranked along with Passover and Purim as one of the most beloved Jewish holidays filled with lights and joy and family celebrations.
This year Hanukkah begins on December 10 and lasts through December 18.
In keeping with the theme of Christmas, here is a child's old Christmas story. I loved this story as a child and in fifth grade was in a play at school of this story. "But Jesus said, Suffer the little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.." Matthew 19:14 KJV
This translation is by Margaret Hunt, 1884.
"According to legend, Clement Clarke Moore wrote his immortal poem, A Visit from St. Nicholas, also known as The Night Before Christmas, for his family on Christmas Eve 1822. He never intended that it be published, but a family friend, Miss Harriet Butler, learned of the poem sometime later from Moore's children. She copied it into her album, and submitted it to the editor of the Troy (New York) Sentinel where it made its first appearance in print on December 23, 1823. Soon, the poem began to be reprinted in other newspapers, almanacs and magazines, with the first appearance in a book in The New York Book of Poetry, edited by Charles Fenno Hoffman, in 1837."
According to one expert on planetary alignments, the Star of Bethlehem may have been a rare planetary alignment that we will never see again. What does that mean? It means that the the Three Wise Men as we know them were not only following the Star astrologically but also astronomically. Very wise men indeed. It also means that this year of 2020 is a very important year and that prophetic and astronomical things are happening before our very eyes.
People in America and around the world are anxious because they allow themselves to be told what's real following the massive fraud trap that was the 2020 election. There isn't much real being talked about in our media operated by the rogue CIA Operation Mockingbird for many decades. Even alternative media isn't picking up on this.
Following election day on November 3 the president reorganized the Pentagon, completing in public view the takedown of the entire Trinity of Power of the Globalist Deepstate desperately seeking their "Great Reset," code for the hegemony they lusted after. The globalist narrative continues but isn't worth the time to listen to it, it'll only make you mad. And we don't need you mad, we need you to get even, balanced in yourself and your worldview.
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