To Tree Or Not to Tree

To Tree Or Not to Tree

The Christmas season is upon us and yes I am aware December 25th is not the true birthday of Yeshua. The part of the Godhead who incarnated as a man in order to lay down His life and unlock Heaven for our spiritual deaths. One of the biggest mysteries of the Most High and other gods is the requirement of worship. They all demanded it and temples, churches, and synagogues were erected in order to capture this worship energy.

What did the gods get out of worship? There must be some type of gain for the gods to demand worship and a reason why The Most High forbid worship to other gods. Could it be we are the power behind the gods? Is this why even today corporate symbols are adorned with ancient gods and goddesses? We are inadvertently paying a subconscious homage to ancient gods forbidden through the directives of The Most High. Is it that simple where a logo can direct thought energy at a god?


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This leads me to the Christmas tree which is a bone of contention in many families . . . including mine. My wife (RIP) was pro Christmas tree while I was against it based on the directives in the Book of Jeremiah.  My wife believed the Christmas tree was about family, love, and memories for the children. She did not worship Nimrod and repudiated Satan and the “fallen” angels. This was her manifesto that freed her and allowed her to place a Christmas tree in our home. While my favorite part of the Christmas Holiday was burning the tree at the end.


“Nimrod started the great organized worldly apostasy from God that has dominated this world until now. Nimrod married his own mother, whose namewas Semiramis. After Nimrod’s death, his so-called mother-wife, Semiramis, propagated the evil doctrine of the survival of Nimrod as a spirit being. She claimed a full-grown evergreen tree sprang overnight from a dead tree stump, which symbolized the springing forth unto new life of thedead Nimrod. On each anniversary of his birth, she claimed, Nimrod wouldvisit the evergreen tree and leave gifts upon it. December 25th, was th birthday of Nimrod. This is the real origin of the Christmas tree.” -The Plain Truth About Christmas by David J. Stewart | December 24th, 2005


What aren’t we saying is a truth seeking culture when it comes to these pagan rituals merged with worship of Christ on the false day of His birth? As parents, many of us in the know feel forced into this Christmas Tree ritual in order to please our children. Are we being lukewarm Christians not following the orders of The Most High and what did He know about worship energy? Why did He direct us not to make any image of Him in the Heavens on the Earth and in the Earth?

My biggest concern is are we indirectly fueling pagan gods with this tree ritual? Think about it for a moment. What does a fir pine spruce tree have to do with the birth of Christ? How does the adornment of silver and gold on the tree relate to Christ? Finally, how does gift giving have to do with Christ? You probably know the answer to these questions at a common sense level but what of a quantum physics level? Where do our thoughts go when they leave are heads?


10 Hear ye the word which the Lord speaketh unto you, O house of Israel:

2 Thus saith the Lord, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.

3 For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.

4 They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.

5 They are upright as the palm tree, but speak not: they must needs be borne, because they cannot go. Be not afraid of them; for they cannot do evil, neither also is it in them to do good.

Jeremiah 10:1-5 King James Version (KJV)


Where does worship energy go when we release it from our hearts and mind? This energy must have purpose and can be directed based on constraints by The Most High; regarding worshiping other gods. Just by having the symbol of the Christmas Tree in our homes perpetuates an ancient ritual we have now qualified as something else; yet, the origin will never change. Most of all once The Most High speaks laws into existence they never change.

I will be honest, my nine year old is already badgering me about Christmas decorations and the tree. I feel like I would be robbing him of joy by denying him the trappings of the Christmas Holiday. At the same time I cannot escape the feelings I am doing something wrong in the eyes of The Most High. I do believe the evidence is invisible in the form of the energy escaping our bodies and seeking out the spiritual symbol of the tree. This energy finds itself directed to the god it represents.

It is scientifically proven the subconscious mind is more powerful than the conscious mind. Most if not all pagan god/goddess worship today is captured subconsciously by an unwitting observer. We must better understand how our minds operate as well as the energy dynamic in the Universe. I feel like a hypocrite writing this piece because I will be putting the tree up for my children. They just lost their mother to cancer and I want them to find some happiness. So, after all that has been said . . . I will reluctantly tree.

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Michael Erevna

Michael is the Editor-in-Chief of fulfilling his true passion of researching and writing about Biblical scripture, ancient text, and esoteric mysteries. His book "Thy Sun, Thy Rod, and Thy Staff" is available on He has appeared on "In Search Of..." with Zachary Quinto and other radio appearances.
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