The occult calendar is divided into four (4) segments of 13 weeks each. The number, "13" is considered divine by the occultist for a couple of reasons:
1. The Bible assigns '13' the meaning of "rebellion against constituted authority", plus the depravity that caused Satan to rebel against God.
2. The occultist assigns '6' to represent the number of man, and the number '7' to represent the number of divine perfection.
Thus, as a person climbs that "Jacob's Ladder" toward self-perfection in the realm of the occult, the number '13' represents the state of divine perfection, self-achieved perfection, and Illumination (6+7 = 13).
Thus, the occult calendar is comprised of four periods of 13 weeks each. We list these periods for you, below. Then, after listing them, we shall come back to talk about each of them in detail.
1. Winter Solstice (13 weeks Minor Sabbath)
a. December 21 - Yule
b. December 21-22 - Winter Solstice/Yule. One of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights
c. February 1 and 2 - Candlemas and Imbolg, (a.k.a. Groundhog's Day). One of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights
d. February 14 - Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is a pagan festival that encourages love and physical lust. It is celebrated precisely 13 days after Imbolg, thus imprinting upon it the number '13', Satan's number of extreme rebellion. While most people view this day as the day to honor your wife or your lover, this celebration is steeped in paganism
Consider the camouflaged occult gods in Valentine's Day:
1. Cupid, the son of Venus, is really Tammuz, son of Semiramis
2. Venus, daughter of Jupiter, is really Semiramis herself. Jupiter is the head deity, a sun god, Nimrod, Semiramis' husband, is considered a sun god in the Babylonian Mysteries.
Listed below a pagan author describes February, the month in which Valentine's Day falls.
"The name of this month comes from the Roman goddess Februa and St. Febronia (from Febris, the fever of love). She is the patroness of the passion of love. Her orgiastic rites are celebrated on 14 February. It's still observed as St. Valentine's Day when, in Roman times, young men would draw billets naming their female partners.
This is a time of clear vision into other worlds, expressed by festivals of purification. On the 1st of February is the celebration of the cross-quarter day, or fire festival (Imbolc) a purificatory festival. It is followed on the 2nd by its Christian counterpart, Candlemas, the purification of the Virgin Mary."
["The Pagan Book of Days", Nigel Pennick]
Valentine's Day is actually a day of "orgiastic rites" in which the pagans encouraged the flow of lustful passion.
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