Give Thanks!

Thanksgiving is an iffy subject now a days since the truth has come to light about the misinformed beginnings of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving was never about some Indians and pilgrims sitting down to have a meal. Thanksgiving isn’t about how the pilgrims turned on the Indians after this gracious meal, killed them and took their land. Thanksgiving isn’t about celebrating it or not celebrating it because of the tragedies that happened after that Thanksgiving meal. Just another ploy to keep their spell work surrounding Thanksgiving going. Thanksgiving is about celebrating the true meaning of why Thanksgiving was created in the first place among the indigenous/native people of the Amaraka lands that everyone now calls North and South America and Canada.

All cultures give thanks to their higher power during a feast or celebration either every year or at certain intervals within a year, so the natives of Amaraka were no different. The issue with Thanksgiving is making it a national holiday, having certain items on the dinner table or in drawings and people not knowing why these items are significant to the Thanksgiving celebration. Another issue with Thanksgiving is the cultural appropriation aka culture vulture of the feast by many and their ignorance being used to energize a spell that was casted when Thanksgiving began to be celebrated by the oppressive, non-native people and the making of it into a holiday. Side note, whenever a day is made into a holiday, you should look into what that day represents and research what holy days really are.

Why turkey? The main item associated with Thanksgiving is turkey and not many ask why a turkey, but I did several years ago. But it wasn’t until last week did I get an answer to that question. Many cultures perform sacrifices to their higher power, their god or gods or to the Divine. Many cultures perform animal sacrifices of animals that hold great purpose and power when these sacrifices are made. The natives of Amaraka held the turkey in high esteem and was an allowed edible bird by the Spirit of Earth/the Mother Goddess herself that could be used for a sacrifice. Plus, the turkey was large enough to feed an entire family, which was very significant for this particular celebration. With that said, not all animals or birds are deemed sacrificial and killing some, even accidentally, can cause a negative response from nature. For example, eagles or hawks are not sacrificial and that’s why they are protected. Side note, people should really look into why certain animals have government protection. So, turkeys were designated as the sacrificial animal for the Feast of Giving Thanks due to these reasons. To make a turkey a great sacrifice for the feast, the turkey was treated very good, feed and housed with love and loved on by the family. Then that loved spirit was released to Source with great gratitude from the family. Then the family would eat the turkey’s flesh while showing and speaking gratitude to Source and the Mother Goddess for providing for them while on this earth plane. Side note, this is another reason why turkey feathers are very sacred items.

Why the horn? The horn of plenty or the cornucopia is another symbol associated with Thanksgiving. So why is the horn apart of it and why is it always stuffed full of food, vegetables and fruits? Well, the horn of plenty is a container that houses abundance and shows a family’s prosperity for the year. Plenty is an actual energetic being/goddess. Over time when new cultures conquered another, they would change the names of these powers to fulfill their own needs and purposes. The goddess Plenty is also known as the goddess Ops, who is also known as the goddess Rhea in Greek mythology. The horn is an iconic object that represents this goddess. Doing further research, Plenty/Ops/Rhea is ultimately known as the Mother Goddess, which stated above is the Spirit of Earth. The Horn of Plenty is the Horn of the Mother Goddess and within that sacred container the natives of Amaraka would stuff it full of all the items they were able to harvest from the land that season. Place it on the table as a display of gratitude and thanks to Mother Earth for providing the family with a great harvest of abundance and prosperity.

Horn of Plenty, Horn of the Mother Goddess
The Mother Goddess

The spiritual implications of Thanksgiving becoming a national holiday and the story concocted to represent Thanksgiving is a spell. A spell to invoke trauma and create an energetic time loop that harnesses energy from that traumatic event. As I stated, Thanksgiving has nothing to do with the pilgrims and Indians but the story associated with it gets feed and the trauma to the people this event actually happened to lives on every year Thanksgiving is celebrated by this nation. To enhance the energetic pull of this spell, they made it a national holiday and most families that celebrate Thanksgiving pray to a god that isn’t who they think he is and those prayers/energy goes towards his belief systems and his devotees’ spell work. So, when Thanksgiving is celebrated out of its true contents, which many do, they are indirectly feeding the time loop spell surrounding this holiday.

So, please continue to celebrate Thanksgiving and make it an important celebration to share with your family. But celebrate it in its true purpose and content of the Feast of Giving Thanks. When rubbing down your turkey with butter, oil, seasoning, herbs and what not, do it with great love and gratitude for all the abundance and prosperity in your life and your families’ lives. Be grateful that you can afford to buy the turkey and all the food items that will accompany it on your dinner table. Before you eat, give thanks to the Mother Goddess/the Spirit of Earth and to the Source, the Divine, or your higher power for bringing the family together to enjoy this moment of togetherness and gratitude.

 

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