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"The Night Before Christmas"

By: Adam

Seasons greetings folks. It's the time of year for giving, and forgiving – decorating that christmas tree, mistletoe and Santa Claus.

I often hear folks saying that Christmas has lost its meaning. Yes, it has become quite a commercial time of year, many retailers make up to 50% of their annual profits during this holiday.

It's supposed to be the celebration of the birth of the baby Jesus, isn't it? Petlove is an activity punishable by death according to the Christian bible. So then, what could Christmas possibly have to do with petlove?



You'll need to know a little about the history of Christmas; and in knowing, you would see that Christmas hasn't lost its meaning at all. In fact, it is returning to its true, Pagan origins. People will be people, however much you try and pin them down.

Christmas was originally the Pagan Winter Solstice. This was the death of the old year, and hopefully the birth of a new year; a time of “we've managed to make it through another year alive”. So, if ever there was an time to party and enjoy yourself, Winter Solstice would be the time. It was a 12 day celebration, to honor the sex and fertility god, Yule.

A large single log – a phallic symbol/idol (a big cock, for those who don't know what that means) – was set alight, and kept burning for 12 days. Outrageous and debauched partying ensued, as the party people endeavored to make contact with the spirits of nature.

Several well known Pagan gods were born at the time of Christmas. The best know would probably be Dionysus – or Bacchus, the god of wine and revelry. But also Baal, the chief Pagan god of fertility and generally rude and naughty sexual behavior.



Most specifically, the god Mithra was born on December 25th; the life, activities and general dates and times in the life of Mithra - “the god of the unconquerable Sun (Son)”, lead many to conclude that the legend of Jesus is mostly a reinvention of the Mithra legend.

During the month of celebrating the birth of Mithra, all Roman courts were closed, all crimes unpunished; homosexuality, cross dressing, bestiality and every conceivable kind of fun was expected. Men, women and children all joined in the drunken orgy, together. The week long party culminated on the 25th of December, with the birth of the Sun God. Gifts were exchanged, to mark the event.



There's plenty of other info regarding the Pagan origins of Christmas – Santa Claus, the traditional Christmas tree – even mistletoe was a Magick charm designed to get into a Ladies panties. Yes, Christmas was about celebrating another year alive – fucking EVERYTHING, partying hard, and having a good time. With that in mind, we can see that Christmas isn't quite as commercial these days as we might think. And of course, that traditionally, animal sex would have been quite the cool thing to be doing.

I can tell you, we receive more "I am interested in pet modelling" enquiries around Christmas, than we do at any other time of year.

So before you roll your eyes at Christmas, why not try celebrating the true meaning of Christmas? Grab a few bottles of whiskey, head to a party, hook up with a bunch of Ladies, and head back to yours for plenty of traditional Christmas bestiality.

And of course, have a very merry Christmas. :)

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