December 12 is considered by most Mexicans to be the most important date on their calendar. As I type this I can hear the popping of fireworks as the 24+ hours of celebration which began yesterday continues and likely will continue into tomorrow. In reality, it will continue throughout the month and all year long.
The Latin statement that I used for the subject of this post has a strong tie to this date and the reason why the day is considered to be so important. In contrast, to us, December 12 is perhaps the saddest day of the year. The spiritual bondage of a false foundation for faith in a god who is not God is an ever-present and always real reminder that Mexico and indeed, all of Latin America, is held captive in a spiritual trap that Satan has devised as a snare to the souls of hundreds of millions of Guadalupanas.
To better understand this religion, the Latin statement mentioned above, and even the core of Mexican society, read this brief overview found here.