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Present Santa Image is a Coca-Cola Creation

  Coca-Cola Helped Shape the Image of Santa Santa the cheerful guy in the red suit has been featured in Coke ads since the 1920s. The Coca-Cola Company began its Christmas advertising in the 1920s with shopping-related ads.   In 1930, artist Fred Mizen painted a department-store Santa in a crowd drinking a bottle of Coke. The ad featured the world's largest soda fountain. The painting was also used in print ads that Christmas season.   Coca-Cola commissioned Michigan-born illustrator Haddon Sundblom to develop advertising images. In 1931 the company began placing Coca-Cola ads in popular magazines.  Sundblom’s Santa debuted in 1931 in Coke ads in The Saturday Evening Post, Ladies Home Journal, National Geographic, The New Yorker and others.   From 1931 to 1964, Coca-Cola advertising showed Santa delivering toys (and playing with them!), pausing to read a letter and enjoy a Coke, visiting with the children who stayed up to greet him, and raiding the refrigerators at a number of home

Khazars Worhipped Siva Lingam Before Becoming Jews

The Khazars worhipping Siva Lingam before they became Jews     Khazars, in the late 6th century CE established a major commercial empire covering the southeastern section of modern European Russia. Their influence in Eastern Europe extended well into the countries we now know as Poland, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.  Their empire was known as the Khazar Khanate or Khazaria.. Khazars were descendants of the Turkic tribe, known as the Huns or Hun that invaded and savaged Europe from Asia around AD 450.  Religious Beliefs The Khazars were once worhippers of the Siva Lingam, before they became Jews. (We can notice worship of Siva Lingam wrapped by snake, being worshipped with water etc) Direct sources for the Khazar religion cannot be ascertained, but it is believed that they engaged in a form of religious practices known as Tengrism. But many practices seem similar to the Vedic traditions. •          Horse sacrifices

Khalaj Kings Worshiped Lord Shiva.

Khalaj_coin._8th_century_CE._Crowned_bust_right._Shiva_standing_facing,_holding_trident     At Least till 8 th Century Khalaj kings worshiped Lord Shiva. A Khalaj coin of the 8th century CE.   King’s crowned bust appears on the obverse. On the reverse: Shiva standing holding trident.  The Story   ·         The Khalaj    are classified as a Turkic tribe. ·         The Turkic peoples are a collection of ethnic groups of Central, East, North and West Asia as well as parts of Europe and North Africa, who speak Turkic languages. ·         In Afghanistan, the Ghilji tribe of Pashtuns are descends from the Khalaj people. ·         Historians consider   Khalaj tribe to be one of the earliest to cross the Amu Darya from Central Asia into present-day Afghanistan. ·         The Khalaj were described as sheep-grazing nomads in Ghazni, Qalati Ghilji, and the surrounding districts, who had a habit of wandering through seasonal pastu