Fathers of the Christian church strongly opposed the worship of Mary because they were well aware that she was only a composite of Mariamne, the Semitic God-Mother and Queen of Heaven; Aphrodite-Mari, the Syrian version of Ishtar; Juno the Blessed Virgin; Isis as Stella Maris, Star of the Sea; Maya the Oriental Virgin Mother of the Redeemer; the Moerae or trinity of Fates; and many other versions of the Great Goddess... According to the Office of the Virgin, she was the primordial being, "created from the beginning and before the centuries."
Lets start at the beginning, the letter M. This is the first letter in the spelling of the word Merry. It is also the first letter in the spelling of the homophone-
Mary, as in the Matriarch of Christianity and the Mother-God of Jesus; the reason for the season. And thats not being facetious. Jesus is the reason for the Christmas season; the winter ritual season of Western culture. And his Mother was/is Mary. She is the Mary of Christmas. See? She has been immortalized and venerated by a global, annual ritual that has millions of people repeating her name.
Rightfully so tho. She brought the Earth a Christ.
Kemetian- water~. Semetic- Mem- water. (Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization, Browder)
Hebrew- Mem-water, chaos.
Mary (MaRy- MR)- M (40) R (200)= 240
240= Mariam, "sister of Moses"
240= Mar, drop; bitter; sad; fierce; violent; wild; bitterness; sadness
240= Mor, Myrhh
240= Ram (Job 32:2)
(Cabalistic Encyclopedia, Godwin)
Can you see how Goddess, as the Divine Mother (dare I say Mother-Whore) archetype is invoked by a seemingly harmless greeting: "Merry Christmas!" Invoked... Why? For what reason? It can't possibly be to honor Mother Mary. Although she did the impossible and birthed a God into flesh, She is not included in the Holy Trinity. Alluded to? Perhaps by way of a ghost... Soo cold. B.u.t., if it's not to increase her, then by Law of Opposites it must be to decrease her significance. To bind her archetype; the Divine Feminine. Hell, the feminine period. (Period, hahahaha... Whew!) I would say the feminine principle at-large because Mary Magdaline didn't receive her honors either...
The priests crafted the spell "Merry" into a sensory illusion, to trains our hearing and our sight to not recognize Her, even though she's hidden in plain sight. Millions of people are saying Merry Christmas and Im willing to bet the majority would draw no connection to Mary, the Christ's Mother. Mary Christ-mas. No, she is not being venerated- because she cannot stand on her own, without the masculine God-Christ. Although Merry means "cheerful and lively" it is an adjective; a descriptor. Not a noun or a verb.
Meri. Ta' Merry (ta'Meri)- "One of the ancient names used for the nation in Northeast Africa called "Egypt." (Browder) So which came first? Meri or Mary? And if Meri came first by way of ancient Africa, then is it coincidence that Jesus's (Yeshua's) mother, from that very region, is also named Mary? Hmmmm... This makes me think Mary might also be a title? An initiation... Just as her son was initiated into the Judaic priesthood and holds the title, Christ.
Mk. Thats all for now. Food for thought.
Enjoy your rituals.