DECEMBER 25, 12BC By Andre Austin December 25, 12BC, a date that will live in eternity. 12BC is the probable date of Jesus birth year rather than 4BC. I have no knowledge as to the precise month and day but the Catholics link the month and day with the birth of Osiris. In Isis and Osiris Plutarch gave the birth of Osiris to December 25. Pope Julius 1, (Fourth century), a Catholic, fixed December 25th as the birthday of Christ. Mithra had the same birthday. What could have inspired Pope Julius 1 to choose that date which is exactly the birthday of Osiris-unless it be the Egyptian tradition . The evidence caves in even more when the birth is celebrated with a tree, painted green for vegetation. Take note Osiris was also a god of vegetation of corn, wheat whose rebirth he symbolizes(see John 12:24). Osiris symbol was a tree with cut braches set up to announce the resurrection of plant/human life. Moses had turned away from Amen and Osiris when he was dismissed from Egyptian priesthood due to his leprosy. The Bible warns the Jewish people to stay away from the Tree of Osiris in Jeremiah 10-1-4: “Do not learn the ways of the nations (Egypt) Or be terrified by signs in the sky Through the nations are terrified by them For the customs of the people are Worthless; They cut a tree out of the forest And a craftsman shapes it with his Chisel. They adorn it with silver and gold They fasten it with hammer and nails (Sounds like Christ on the Cross/Tree) So it will not totter“. This evidence makes it hard for the Catholics to deny their Trinity comes also from Osiris, Horus and Isis=The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Jesus copy cat many miracles of Horus like the five loaves and two breads and bringing Lazarus (Osiris) back to life. Note: Turning Jesus into a tree god of Osiris was nothing new. The Golden Calf was the Egyptian Hathor. Osiris was a corn god. On his coffin was placed 28 stalks of corn to symbolize he would rise from the dead. Jesus equates his death to life as corn too (John:24) However the nail in the coffins reveals the Catholics taking the 28 days and incorporating it in their rituals.