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  Postuar nė: 14.02.2012, 10:50
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Origin of Birthdays
Then where did birthday celebrations come from? The astonishing answer is from the pagan practice of astrology! Thousands of years ago, when men looked up into the night sky and charted the stars, they invented calendars and calculated the birth dates, to the very hour, of kings, rulers and their successors. These ancient pagan astrologers meticulously examined horoscopes and birthday omens because they believed that the fate of the rich and powerful might affect an entire society. Even to this day, men have been putting their trust in horoscopes instead of God.

In ancient Egypt, the pharaohs ordered businesses to close on their birthdays and gave enormous feasts for hundreds of servants. In ancient Greece, wealthy males joined birthday clubs composed exclusively of men who shared their birth date. Once a month, the club celebrated with a feast. When a member died, he left money to help pay for future parties. In Persia, noblemen observed their birthdays by barbecuing an ox, a camel and a donkey and serving hundreds of small cakes to the celebrants.

In ancient Rome, the emperor gave huge parties in honor of his own birthday, which included parades, circuses, and gladiatorial combat. The celebration of days was so important to the average Roman citizen that the Roman calendar designated a majority of days for some form of celebration—including many birthdays of gods and famous men.

The Roman calendar, with its emphasis on continual celebration, has had great influence on modern society. Consider the following quote about the origin of the Roman calendar:

“Our [Roman] calendar is not Christian in origin. It descends directly from the Egyptians, who originated the 12 month year, 365 day system. A pagan Egyptian scientist, Sosigenes, suggested this plan to the pagan Emperor Julius Caesar, who directed that it go into effect throughout the Roman Empire in 45 B.C. As adopted it indicated its pagan origin by the names of the months—called after Janus, Maia, Juno, etc. The days were not named but numbered on a complicated system involving Ides, Nones, and Calends. It was not until 321 A.D. that the seven-day week feature was added, when the Emperor Constantine (supposedly) adopted Christianity. Oddly enough for his weekdays he chose pagan names which are still used” (Journal of Calendar Reform, Sept. 1953, p. 128).

Modern birthday parties and celebrations by children take their form mainly from Germany, where the birthday child received gifts, chose a menu, and received a candle-ringed butter or jam cake. The book The Lore of Birthdays, by Ralph and Adelin Linton, gives a brief look at the history of birthday celebrations: “The Greeks believed that everyone had a protective spirit or daemon who attended his birth and watched over him in life. This spirit had a mystic relation with the god on whose birthday the individual was born.”

The book continues: “The Romans also subscribed to this idea…This notion was carried down in human belief and is reflected in the guardian angel, the fairy godmother and the patron saint…The custom of lighted candles on the cakes started with the Greeks…honey cakes round as the moon and lit with tapers were placed on the temple altars of [the god Artemis]…Birthday candles, in folk belief, are endowed with special magic for granting wishes…Lighted tapers and sacrificial fires have had a special mystic significance ever since man first set up altars to his gods. The birthday candles are thus an honor and tribute to the birthday child and bring good fortune.”

Saying “happy birthday” to friends and loved ones was society’s superstitious way of protecting them from evil spirits. Birthday thumps, bumps, pinches, etc., were said to bring luck and send away evil spirits. Party snappers, horns and other noisemakers were also intended to scare off bad-luck spirits.

It should now be clear that birthdays are not only unbiblical, they are pagan!




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Postuar nė: 14.02.2012, 11:41
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 Citim (Happy_Soldier @ 14.02.2012, 05:17)
C'JA KANE FUT KOT.

Po pse ateher ka manifestim per Muhamedin S.A.V.S ?

Muhabet koti.

Happy Soldier nuk ja kane fut kot por 'muslimanet' disa gjerave cdo here jua fusim kot dhe i pasojne te tjeret verberisht.
Manifestim per ditelindjen e Muhamedit a.s. nuk ka sepse eshte e ndaluar edhe pse te ne festojme.


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Postuar nė: 14.02.2012, 11:48
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 Citim (serious @ 14.02.2012, 12:41)
Happy Soldier nuk ja kane fut kot por 'muslimanet' disa gjerave cdo here jua fusim kot dhe i pasojne te tjeret verberisht.
Manifestim per ditelindjen e Muhamedit a.s. nuk ka sepse eshte e ndaluar edhe pse te ne festojme.

Gjerat e reja ne fe eshte shum leht me i fut e shume rende me i largu.Kur vdesin sunetet ngjallen bidatet. smil4a8aceb829c5f.gif


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Postuar nė: 14.02.2012, 13:36
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Origjina e "Birthday-it" eshte prej momentit qe njeri del ne kete jete, qe do te thote prej momentit qe lind e ka nje dite te lindjes, e shumica nuk kane qef me harru kete dite, cka ka te keqe ketu.


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 Citim (want3d @ 14.02.2012, 12:48)
Gjerat e reja ne fe eshte shum leht me i fut e shume rende me i largu.Kur vdesin sunetet ngjallen bidatet. smil4a8aceb829c5f.gif

Nejse, ju vehabistėt i urreni bidatet.
A krejt muslimanėt tjerė u urrejnė juve smil4a8acea04e4b2.gif


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