The annual tradition of the Groundhog Day and his divination of the future has a much deeper, darker, occult meaning than one would realize. If you take a look at all of the holidays celebrated on a regular basis in my post about Occult & Illuminati holiday traditions you’ll see they all tie into god and goddess worship by the occultists:
A Protestant minister named Alexander Hislop wrote a book entitled The Two Babylons in 1853 in which he postulated that Semiramis was an actual person from Mesopotamia and was the one responsible for the belief of multiple gods and goddesses. The significance of Semiramis is that she is the root of all of the worship behind gods and goddesses. All of the gods and goddesses ultimately refer back to this goddess, Semiramis, and her counterpart god, Nimrod.
That same post proceeds to go through all of the major holidays, including Groundhog’s Day aka Imbolg:
February 1st – 2nd:- Groundhog’s Day aka Imbolg
This festival marks the beginning of spring and is placed at the halfway point between the winter solstice and spring equinox. It was originally based on worshipping the goddess Brighid in Irish mythology, and is still celebrated to this day by Wicca and Pagans. It is considered a night of sacrifice, implying that a ritualistic human sacrifice should be performed as an offering to the gods and goddesses. They celebrate it February 1-2nd, which leads us to the first connection: Groundhog’s Day.
The groundhog is symbolic of the Earth Mother (because it lives in the earth). We can connect this to the information on gods and goddesses and we know that Semiramis (the goddess revered as the Earth Mother) has been hibernating (like the groundhog; both are earth creatures with Semiramis being the Earth Goddess). Both of these symbols hibernate over the winter season as the people await their arrival. The groundhog is also symbolic of rebirth and spring, just like the goddess who will make her official appearance on March 21st.
The largest celebration of Groundhog’s Day is in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The Punxsutawney groundhog proclamation is a ritual performed by 13 men dressed in black, which sounds very much similar to a coven of 13 witches dressed in black:
With entertainment in forms of witchery like Harry Potter, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bewitched, True Blood, American Horror Story: Coven, etc. it’s no wonder we have a holiday for witchcraft. In fact, we were all part of the 2014 Grammys ritual with Katy Perry playing the witch during her performance of Dark Horse:
I did a breakdown of the dark side of Dark Horse:
What else do we have for lyrics…:
So you wanna play with magic
Boy, you should know what you’re falling for
Baby do you dare to do this
Cause I’m coming at you like a dark horse
Are you ready for, ready for
A perfect storm, perfect storm
Cause once you’re mine, once you’re mine
There’s no going back
The initiate who plays with magic really should know what they are falling for, but that doesn’t stop the musicians and Hollywood stars from dabbling anyways. Kenneth Grant wrote about the downfall of playing with magic when one is not ready for it in The Magical Revival:
In mediaeval times secrecy was restored to more as a safeguard for the occultist than for the world of which he formed a part. The scene is not much different today, except that the tables are turned. The indiscriminate revelation of occult formulae often leads to insanity and death. The unprepared who meddle with occult processes invite trouble.
The Illuminati-occult are embedded in various forms of entertainment so don’t be surprised to find out that more of the media you’re subjected to are steeped in occult history.