The origins of Christmas predate Christianity through the Pagan holiday called Saturnalia, which was a week-long of lawlessness from December 17th through December 25th that honored Saturn and included human sacrifice, intoxication, naked caroling and rape.
During these seven days, there were no punishments for breaking any laws, according to Roman law. D., Christianity adopted Saturnalia with the hopes that they could convert the Pagans into Christianity by promising that they could still celebrate Saturnalia as Christians. Because Saturnalia did not follow Christian principles, the Christian leaders designated the last day of Saturnalia as the birth date of Jesus.
The outer circle contains 9 stars, the crescent eclipse of the moon, Saturn and a comet that appears to perhaps be diving toward the sun.
Keep in mind that in astrotheology, Saturn is Satan.
The rings we give during a wedding ritual represent the rings of Saturn.The word Saturday originates from the Old English word that means “Saturn’s day”.