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Lou's reply-The Christmas wreath Larry Hoover

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 27, 2016, at 7:43:15

In reply to Re: Lou's the psycho litigant Lou Pilder, posted by Larry Hoover on December 26, 2016, at 23:40:19

> Lou, your complete lack of empathy, something you can't fake, and your absolute narcissism, brand you as a psychopath. Don't forget your psychotic break, which led your parents to commit you.
> Your Jewish ancestors were using wreaths in their temples before the birth of Jesus. Get a clue, would you? Wreaths are a Jewish religious symbol, if they can be attributed to only one religion. But why must you see wreathes as religious symbols at all? Because you're a psychopath. There is no such thing as a "Christian wreath." In your own statements, they are holiday symbols.
> Happy holidays, lou, you psychopath.
> Lar
> Friends,
The history of the Christmas wreath is well-known by Christians as the Christmas wreath is used today as the same as it was in its construction in 1600.
It was constructed by the Lutherans from the advent wreath to show the suffering and death and crucifixion of Jesus blamed on the Jews assigning the lie against the Jews as deicide.
Its use today is to use the evergreen circle as representing eternal life given only to those that obey Jesus. All those that reject Jesus as doomed to hell according to the teachings of Christendom. The hate against the Jews as them accused of crucifying Jews is perpetuated by the symbolism in the wreath. The jagged or prickly parts in the wreath such as holly or the evergreen is representing the crown of thorns placed on Jesus at his crucifixion. The red berries become the blood of Jesus shed and also the red bows or ribbons or globes. Wreaths can double as crowns.
The harvest wreath is different as it is made from wheat or corn and the wreaths used in ancient Israel was made from bay leaves.
The Christmas wreath is what it is because of its construction that separates it from other wreaths and is Christendoms most religious symbol used only during the 4 weeks of advent. The symbolism is analogous to the cross.
The wreaths can be seen hanged on poles to represent the crucifixion of Jesus as he was hanged on a pole. Jews object to Christians placing the Christian wreath on the graves of Jewish soldiers. Placing the Christian wreath in the entrance of a condominium and on the clubhouse can show a preference by the board to one religion which is what discrimination is.




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