The Occult Meaning of Christmas and Santa

Authored or posted by | December 22, 2017
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By Pao Chang, author of and

Christmas is one of the most popular holidays in the world. Every year on Christmas Eve, billions of people throughout the world get together with families and friends to celebrate an evening surrounded by evergreen trees, colorful lights, delicious foods, alcoholic drinks and gifts. Sadly, most people have little or no clue as to what Christmas is really about, because they have not taken the time to investigate the origin and occult (hidden) meaning of Christmas.

When you investigate the origin of Christmas and its connection to the occult world, you will eventually know that Christmas is not what most people think it is. Furthermore, you may notice that Christmas is a holiday for celebrating different versions of the sun, such as the rising sun (Jesus) and the setting sun (Satan); and the drama of polarity between the Divine Masculine Energy (Light) and the Divine Feminine Energy (Darkness).

The Occult Meaning of Christmas

To innerstand what Christmas is on a deeper level, you need to examine the word Christmas meticulously and study its many origins and occult meanings. The word Christmas is made up of two words which are Christ and Mass. One of the origins of the word mass is the Latin word missa, meaning “dismissal”. According to, it is “derived from the concluding words of the Roman Rite mass in Latin: “Ite, missa est” (“Go; it is the dismissal”).” The dismissal is an ancient Roman rite (magic ritual) that dismisses the participants of the mass.

As described on

During the Concluding Rites, announcements may be made (if necessary) after the Prayer after Communion. The celebrant then blesses the people assembled. Sometimes, the blessing is very simple. On special days, the blessing may be more extensive. In every case, the blessing is always trinitarian: “May almighty God bless you, the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.” It is in the triune God and in the sign of the cross that we find our blessing.

After the blessing, the deacon dismisses the people. In fact, the dismissal gives the liturgy its name. The word “Mass” comes from the Latin word, ” Missa.” At one time, the people were dismissed with the words “Ite, missa est” (literally meaning “Go, she—meaning you, the Church—has been sent”). The word “Missa” is related to the word “missio,” the root of the English word “mission.” The liturgy does not simply come to an end. Those assembled are sent forth to bring the fruits of the Eucharist to the world.

A very important fact you need to know about a religious mass is that it often requires, at minimum, a sacrifice to a deity. In the Mass of the Roman Catholic Church, Christ is the sacrifice. The word sacrifice means “the offering of animal, plant, or human life or of some material possession to a deity, as in propitiation or homage.” Webster’s 1913 Dictionary defines the word sacrifice using these exact words:

To make an offering of; to consecrate or present to a divinity by way of expiation or propitiation, or as a token acknowledgment or thanksgiving; to immolate on the altar of God, in order to atone for sin, to procure favor, or to express thankfulness; as, to sacrifice an ox or a sheep.

Hence, to destroy, surrender, or suffer to be lost, for the sake of obtaining something; to give up in favor of a higher or more imperative object or duty; to devote, with loss or suffering.

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Category: Esoteric & Occult (Hidden) Knowledge, Etymology & Word Magic

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