Which God's Birthday Will You Celebrate?
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Which God's birthday will you celebrate on December 25th? Here is a list of gods born at Yuletide from which to choose:

1. The Egyptian god Horus

2. Mithras, the Unconquered Sun of Persia (c. 600 BCE)

3. Amaterasu, the Japanese Goddess of the Sun

4. Rhea, who gave birth to Saturn (son of the Father of Time)

5. Quetzalcoatl

6. Lucina ("Little Light")

7. Lucia, saint or Goddess of Light, is honored from Italy to Sweden, crowned with candles to carry us through the darkness

8. Sarasvati, the Hindu goddess of knowledge and the Queen of Heaven

9. Osiris (c. 3000 BCE)

10. Attis of Phrygia (c.1400 BCE)

11. Krishna (c. 1400 BCE)

12 Zoroaster/Zarathustra (c. 1000 BCE)

13. Heracles (c. 800 BCE)

14. Dionysus (c. 186 BCE)

15. Tammuz (c. 400 BCE)

16. Adonis (c. 200 BCE)

17. Hermes

18. Bacchus

19. Prometheus

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cowboydad commented on Saturday, Dec 24, 2011 at 13:06 PM

And lets not forget Ra or Re the ancient Egyptian Sun God!

CHIZIIS commented on Sunday, Dec 25, 2011 at 01:52 AM

Thank you Cowboy Dad, for pointing out my omission of the ancient Egyptian Sun God Ra or Re who is said to have been born on December 25.

Does the fact that so many gods were born on December 25th and come from *civilisations prior to that of Jesus of Nazareth cause anyone to ponder on the veracity of the Jesus Christ story?


cowboydad commented on Tuesday, Dec 27, 2011 at 19:34 PM

I think you said it, "story"! It is a very interesting one. Whether one believes it is non fiction or fiction come from their "faith"

CHIZIIS commented on Wednesday, Dec 28, 2011 at 19:30 PM

Right Cowboy Dad, and isn't it better to decide what is non-fiction and what is fiction by evidence rather than faith because as Mark Twain said, "Faith is believing something you know ain't true".

CHIZIIS commented on Friday, Dec 30, 2011 at 21:31 PM

What's more important, the discussion of gods and the cosmos, or an incoherent posting of gibberish by saimayam?

CHIZIIS commented on Saturday, Dec 31, 2011 at 03:03 AM

Don't listen to Beatyou353.

CHIZIIS commented on Thursday, Jan 05, 2012 at 05:52 AM

Ancient Greek God Dionysus, like Jesus Christ, had a mortal mother and a father who was a God.

cowboydad commented on Sunday, Jan 15, 2012 at 14:09 PM

Yeah whats up with the signal letting this rubbish go on and on from saimayam and the others talking about something and then try to sell it. Maybe I should start talking about my bussiness and get alittle free advertising??

CHIZIIS commented on Monday, Jan 16, 2012 at 19:24 PM

I can't image how this can be allowed to continue. I think it may be because The Signal doesn't have the technical capability of filtering these guys out.

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