>Pilgrims to the holy land would used to splash themselves with
olive oil as a symbolic gesture to get closer to god. But which god is
it? According to historians it was to get closer to the holy spirit
(Mary) but this is wrong they did this to get closer to Joseph of
Arimathea who they believed was the father and the king of the gods and
was apart of the trinity which the ancients believed the trinity was
made up of the father, mother and son.
>The symbology of olive oil comes from the olive branch symbol
which represents Joseph of Arimathea. It also represents the dark side
of the front of the moon which is corrupted because the star Aldebaran
is very close to the moon so the symbol for the star Aldebaran got
corrupted to a symbol for the dark side of the front of the moon which
is symbolized as an olive branch to represent the outline of the dark
side of the front of the moon.
>Below is a depiction of the original trinity with Joseph of
Arimathea being displayed as the devil. Jesus in the middle as the son
and the mother as the holy spirit. This was the original trinity.
>Many crusaders such as the knights Templar were often accused
to being Satanists and there is an element of truth to this because
they worshiped Joseph of Arimathea.
>Splashing yourself with olive oil comes from star worship.
Joseph of Arimathea is a god of the star Aldebaran where
extraterrestrials come from.