Happy Mayday everyone!
'May Day ushers in the fifth month of the modern calendar year, the month of May. This month is named in honor of the goddess Maia, originally a Greek mountain nymph, later identified as the most beautiful of the 7 Sisters, the Pleiades. By Zeus, she is also the mother of Hermes, god of magic. Maia's parents were Atlas & Pleione, a sea nymph. The old Celtic name for May Day is Beltane (in its most popular Anglicized form), which is derived from the Irish Gaelic "Bealtaine" or the Scottish Gaelic "Bealtuinn", meaning "Bel- fire", the fire of the Celtic god of light (Bel, Beli or Belinus). He, in turn, may be traced to the Middle Eastern god Baal'
- Gwydion Cinhil Kirontin
'THE yoni & phallus were worshiped by nearly all ancient peoples as appropriate symbols of God's creative power. The Garden of Eden, the Ark, the Gate of the Temple, the Veil of the Mysteries, the vesica piscis or oval nimbus, & the Holy Grail are important yonic symbols; the pyramid, the obelisk, the cone, the candle, the tower, the Celtic monolith, the spire, the campanile, the Maypole, & the Sacred Spear are symbolic of the phallus.'
- Manly Hall The Secret Teachings Of All Ages
'On this day in 1889, May Day—traditionally a celebration of the return of spring, marked by dancing around a Maypole—was first observed as a labour holiday, designated as such by the
International Socialist Congress.'
Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati on May 1st in 1776.
It's 'Labor Day' in the US &; 'International Workers’ Day, day commemorating the historic struggles & gains made by workers & the labour movement, observed in many countries on May 1'.
&; 'Each May Day (May 1) the Soviet government paraded missiles & other military weapons through Red Square in central Moscow.'
(They still do)
'Marx's chief aim was the destruction of religion. The good of the workers was only a pretense....Communism is collective demon- possession'
- Richard Wurmbrand
'The Queen of Heaven a.k.a. Ashtoreth, Baal, & their son. Druid priestesses bore a blue crescent on their foreheads & primarily worshiped the "Mother Goddess" & moon, while the Druid priests primarily worshiped the sun & the "Great Horned One."
- Desiree M. Mondesir