The Mystery Of The Pagan Origin Of Christmas: Jesus Was Not Born On December 25th But A Whole Bunch Of Pagan Gods Were. > > > "The Jesus of Nazareth who came forward publicly as the Messiah...and died to give his work its final consecration never existed." - Albert Schweitzer.
A cavalry mount in the shape of the pagan god Odin, whose horns are topped with eagle heads. Forged out of bronze. Made in the 6th/7th century for a Saxon horseman in England.Found in Blakeney in North Norfolk, England.
the Pagan Lady's necklace: Neil Price thinks that this sort of grave was the final resting ground for a wise women. This one would have dispensed advice and could have been seen by her local community as having special powers. "She would have been paid with things like beads, would also have possessed charms and perhaps the iron rod was more of a symbol of her status. Perhaps she was a wise woman, a healer, a shaman
Mithra- pre-Zoroastrian divinity that was the god that ensured contracts and promises were kept binding. As this divinity stood for good, Zoroastrianism incorporated him as an angel in the religion's divine hierarchy, with Ahura Mazda, Lord Wisdom, as the only uncreated Creator God. Interesting that the surviving Zoroastrians use this rock carving as the inspiration to portray a stylised picture of their prophet Zarathushtra, founder of the world's first monotheistic religion.
A runestone at Yttergärde / Sweden. Many inscriptions on these stones refer to the war between the Scandinavians, and the -"engolish"- Anglo Saxons, and the time of the Danegeld, when the north of England was de-facto run by the pagan Vikings!