posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 11:11 PM
Originally posted by 2manyquestions
reply to post by FortAnthem
Nice. I don't see ANY reason why sheep would be pulling any sleds as a sign of Christmas or the holidays. I've never seen sheep being used to pull
sleds in real life situations. Oxen, reindeer, horses, cows... OK.... sheep? No. Maybe in some part of the world unknown to me, but I've personally
never observed any such thing in pictures, on video or in real life. I can't explain this one.
I take it back.. here's a picture of sheep pulling a sled: Sheep
pulling sled disguised as reindeer.
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well a relation to the Sheep the goat !
Yule Winter Solstice!
Father Winter ! riding the Goat ! in which later became AKA Santa Claus (Chris Kringle)
then Father Christmas,, when Christianity intertwined with the Pagan Solstice Holidays
ts origins might go as far back as to pre-Christian days, where goats were connected to the Norse god Thor, who rode the sky in a chariot drawn
by two goats, Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr, and carried his hammer Mjöllnir.
Here ya go ! Proof there was some sheep's pulling a sled Now only if i can get a Sheep sled Race Picture !
well here is a old pic of a sheep's pulling a sled
in the past in 2010
?? Two foxes near the fire with a Menorah
One near the Pagan holiday/X-Mas tree
Does this show Jewish Dominance Control of Media ? ! ?
Tho the Fireplace Scenery is meant for the celebration of Yule the Yule Log
As the Foxes are Playing Chess with Sheep ? as in US!
Yule or Yuletide ("Yule-time") is a winter festival that was initially celebrated by the historical Germanic people as a pagan religious
festival , though it was later absorbed into, and equated with, the Christian festival of Christmas. The festival was originally celebrated from late
December to early January on a date determined by the lunar Germanic calendar The festival was placed on December 25 when the Christian calendar
(Julian calendar) was adopted .
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