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Part 4: Christmas, Santa Claus and the Amanita Muscaria Mushroom

by Scott Mowry


We have already seen how the Catholic Church has placed extreme importance upon the pine cone symbolism in their Court of Pine (found in Part 2) with their gigantic pine cone statue within the grounds of Vatican City. Well, as it so happens, the Catholic Church places equal significance upon the Amanita Muscaria mushroom, believe it or not.

As a matter of fact, just as Siberian shaman dressed in a clothing to resemble the sacred mushroom, so do the Cardinals and Bishops within the Catholic Church, and even on occasion, the Pope himself.

Their traditional style of dress includes a cap or beanie worn upon the top of the head, a red shawl or cape over the upper body, a white apron or skirt upon the lower body, and a pair black shoes to complete the ensemble. You can compare the Cardinal's dress in the photo above with that of the mushroom and see how strikingly similar they are. Surely, this is not a coincidence.

What possible reason would a Catholic cardinal have to dress like an Amanita Muscaria mushroom, of all things?

That question can be answered always the same, time and time again, when it comes to uncovering sacred knowledge: the clues are always strategically hidden in plain sight.

By dressing in this manner, the Vatican is symbolizing that it posseses the sacred powers of the mushroom, but would never, ever openly acknowledge these secrets to its followers, as it has kept hidden countless other great spiritual secrets of the world.

Afterall, the Vatican secret archives are proported to stretch some sixty miles of underground catacombs beneath Vatican City, which likely contain inumerable treasures that could free mankind of spiritual slavery.

In the latest film from the Da Vinci Code series, "Angels & Demons," we are given just a glimpse of what could be stored within the massive underground chambers, which may soon be revealed to the people of the world, perhaps as early as the year 2012.

Yet the Vatican can blatantly display and mock their power over those who have no idea of these great secrets that can be found all around us. Sometimes as close as the nearby forest, to name but one. And it only takes the sacred knowledge to unlock those secrets.

But this is not the end of the mushroom symbolism for it continues on in the story of Jesus Christ, the Son of "sun" of God, as well.

In ancient religious iconography, the mushroom is often symbolized by a cross. In turn, the image of Jesus crucified on the cross is remarkedly similar to the compostion of the Amanita Muscaria mushroom.

From the top of the head of Jesus, where we find the crown of thorns, we see a similar image on the cap of the mushroom where white speckles remain from its separation from the egg stage as the mushroom grows.

Secondly, Jesus' arms spread out on the horizontal section of the cross is representative of the veil of the mushroom. Moving down the body of Jesus we find a sash or cloth covering his pelvis, which is quite similar the the skirt that is found about half way down the stem of the mushroom.

Finally, as Jesus has been nailed to the cross with his feet on top of one another, this essentially portrays him standing upon one leg. This would be representative of the long stem of the Amanita Muscaria mushroom holding up the cap.

If we also examine the halo often found in religious art that surrounds the head of Jesus and other saints, these are commonly assumed to contain rays of the sun. Yet there is a striking similarity to the underside of the cap of the mushroom, which portrays an intricate spoke pattern within its wheel.

Therefore, it is not a stretch to believe that the halo is not reprensentative of the sun, but rather yet another symbol for the sacred mushroom.

Religion and psychedelic journeys of the mind –– not that distant of cousins afterall. And it is all there for you to see. Just check the ancient clues and you will find them.

© 2009 MR, Productions, LLC

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