Mind Space Apocalypse


In religious circles a prevalent legend is Patrick using the shamrock to teach the principles of the holy Trinity. However, what most people know about Saint Patrick is that his claim to fame is driving the snakes from Ireland. What most people don’t realize is that the snake is a Pagan symbol, and that the snakes referred to in the Saint Patrick mythos are not meant in the literal sense, but refer to Pagans. Saint Patrick “drove the Pagans out of Ireland.” So the actual celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day is for the spread of Christianity throughout Ireland and “conversion” of the Irish Pagans.
image St. Patrick was not Irish, he was born around 373 A.D. in the British Isles near the modern city of Dumbarton in Scotland and his real name wasn’t Patrick either, it was Maewyn Succat. He took the name of Patrick, or Patricius, meaning “well-born” in Latin…

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