Jordan Maxwell - The origins of New Year Celebrations

Jordan Maxwell – The origins of New Year Celebrations

Jordan Maxwell – The origins of New Year Celebrations

Jordan Maxwell - The origins of New Year Celebrations
Merodach-Baladan, King Of Babylon — Wikipedia Creative Commons

New years celebration or rituals, are some of the oldest in recorded history. The Nisanu in ancient Mesopotamia celebrated the planting of barley or the planting season during a 12 day ritual.

The purpose for these ancient festivals remains unclear among religions and cultural historians, but it is undeniable that well established annual celebrations have become the norm for societies around the world.

Wikipedia Link to Akitu or Akitum, spring festival in ancient Mesopotamia.

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Jordan Maxwell is a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult, symbols, government, secret societies and religious philosophy. His interest in these and a wide range of subjects began as far back as 1959.He served for three and a half years as the Editor of Truth Seeker Magazine, America’s oldest Free thought journal, established in 1873. His work exploring the hidden foundations of western religions and secret societies have created enthusiastic responses from audiences around the world.
He has conducted dozens of intensive seminars and hosted his own radio talk shows. He guest starred on more than 600 radio shows, has written, produced and appeared in numerous television shows and documentaries.
One of his most memorable works, was three 2-hour specials for the CBS Television and the internationally acclaimed 5-part Ancient Mystery Series, devoted to ancient religions and their influence on world affairs today.

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Jordan Maxwell - The origins of New Year Celebrations