I’m going to provide the occult and Illuminati symbolism behind March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day, as provided from my earlier post on Occult & Illuminati holiday traditions post:
March 17th: St. Patrick’s Day
The official story for this holiday was that St. Patrick drove all of the snakes out of Ireland with the help of God. He is mostly known because he tried to bring Catholic Christianity to the British Isles. However, the occult powers that be transformed this into one of leprechauns, shamrocks, and rainbows.
Leprechauns were originally brought into the St. Patrick’s Day festivities by none other than the occult master Walt Disney. He had a film called Darby O’Gill & the Little People which put a family friendly face on what was historically a fairy of magical powers.
Leprechauns were originally evil, demonic creatures that could wreak havoc on everything in their path (like in the film of the same name). Their power was held in their shillelagh rod/staff, which is a perversion of Aaron’s rod that had powers from God. The shillelagh is also believed to be a symbol for Moloch, the horned god. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon had a temple of Nimrod (with the single or double horns; represented as aka Moloch) where sacrifices were given, as referred to in 2nd Kings 23:10:
He also defiled Topheth, which is in the valley of the son of Hinnom, that no man might make his son or his daughter pass through the fire for Molech.
They believed that Moloch would give them financial blessings if they sacrificed their children, and this is believed to continue to this day, as is evident by the startling number of missing children around the world at any given time. A study from 1999 reported that approximately 800,000 children are missing every year in America. 800,000 is an astoundingly high number, that’s about 16,000 per state (if distributed evenly). Getting back to the worship of Moloch, people still wear the horns of Moloch as jewelry, referred to as the Italian Horn.
The unicorn’s horn was attributed with healing powers, and was considered one of the most valuable things on earth. The Inquisition would torture those that wouldn’t acknowledge the strength and existence of the unicorn and its horn. The unicorn horn spirals (just like the ziggurat of the Tower of Babel), and is yet another reference to Moloch. The horn gives you blessings if you could acquire it as well (again, same logic for the Moloch sacrifices). The leprechaun shillelagh was just another representation of the horn of Moloch with its powers.
Rainbows are also symbolic of the ancient worship of Moloch. At the end of the rainbow there are treasures that leprechaun would do anything to get back. It is depicted as a cauldron filled with gold. Again, it is the financial blessings that Moloch gave you in return for the sacrifice. These cauldrons were used in occult practices, including the sadistic bobbing for apples (see the occult symbolism found in Halloween).
Recently, the H2 channel aired a show called The Bible Rules and they featured an entire segment on sacrificing children to Moloch. This is a very real thing, and is rumored to continue today, albeit underground in these occult circles.
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