As we wrap up 2012, an article regarding top baby names caught my attention several weeks back and I felt that I should shine some light on the subject. Click the image to make it more legible.
The most popular baby boys’ name of 2012, according to babycenter.com, is Aiden, derived from Aidan. The etymology of Aidan, according to Wikitionary is “Anglicized form of Irish saints’ name Aodhán, diminutive of Aodh “fire”, name of a Celtic sun god.” The Luciferian new-age agenda is sure gaining hold on the population of the world when people pay tribute to Sol Invictus, Helios, Apollo, Horus, and a plethora of other solar deities, by naming their kids after a solar deity.
In a write-up on the name Aidan, posted on Nook of Names, it is clear that a lot of emphasis regarding the name Aidan centers around the fact that it is the name of a solar deity, and that it has to do with fire.
Leviticus 18:21 And thou shalt not let any of thy seed pass through the fire to Molech, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God: I am the LORD.
If you are viewing the article on Aidan, you may also note the background image of the world tree Yggdrasil, reaching to the sun, on the website. God willing, I will be adressing this in another post.