So it is Christmas. Now, I love the "Peace on Earth and Good Will to... All" as much as the next guy, but I also know this day has nothing to do with Jesus. Now, if that's how you want to celebrate Christmas, so be it, I prefer to celebrate the inclusive Christmas without Jesus for its humanistic qualities. Everyone knows Jesus wasn't born on December 25th. Historian may argue about why this lie came to be, but nonetheless, all agree it is a lie. December 25th was adopted by the Christian Church sometime in the 4th century. Before that, December 25th was part of the Roman Saturnalia celebration that involved feasting, merry-making, and gift-giving. But like everything else in history, i.e., Football, Beer, and Elvis, Christians change things to fit their beliefs instead of letting things be as they are. Blasphemy? Maybe. Truth is, Christmas is nothing but Blasphemy.
The origins of Christmas began with Odin, who was the god of intoxicating drink and ecstasy, as well as the god of winter death. Because the Feast of Saturnalia dealt with all those things, he naturally became the most popular god of Saturnalia.