“About Christmas” – Update from Scott Brunswick 1-3-22


Scott Brunswick:

Did you know that Christmas used to be observed on January 6th? The date wasn’t changed to December 25th until the late 1500s.

The “New World” (American Colonies) kept celebrating on January 6th since they kept the Julian calendar, not the new Gregorian one.

January 6th is the Epiphany, also known as Theophany in the east – a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation (theophany) of God incarnate as Jesus Christ.

Theophany is the root of the name Tiffany.

In the Matrix Resurrecti0ns, Trinity is named Tiffany (Theophany), but she ultimately rejects Theophany for Trinity (rejecting Old Christmas and for the new Gregorian calendar and the Catholic Trinity).

-Hugh level -JBIA -SB

Source: Dinar Recaps


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