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Psychic Readings Bah! Humbug

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Psychic readings and Christmas have very little to do with each other. Right?Psychic readings and Christmas have very little to do with each other. Right?  Actually nothing could be further from the truth.  The wise men or Magi were actually Astrologers, from the east!  They saw the signs of Christs' coming, in the stars.  Following the Christmas star to the place of his birth.  Amazing Astrologers coming to worship the son of god!

An even more interesting fact is modern Christmas, which falls on December 25th for most,  is actually a pagan and Roman holiday.  The Romans celebrated their god Saturn on this day during a festival called Saturnalia. The pagans celebrated on this day as well, and guess what gift giving was a big part of their celebration.  So, Christmas  and the occult are inextricably intertwined with modern day Christmas up to and including the Christmas tree.

Just remember the next time you criticize a psychic, Astrologer, or Pagan that many of our traditions, holidays, and celebrations were originally theirs.  Let's try to keep an open mind this Christmas season folks;  showing some cultural tolerance for our differences, that in reality are not all that different.  Happy Holidays! And, I wish all a happy new year!  Don't forget to stop by the Free Psychic Network to get your free psychic readings and predictions for 2010 which should be completed shortly!
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