Thursday, December 21, 2017

Astrotheology (Part 2)

The darkness of night was considered to be the greatest enemy of mankind in the ancient world. With the darkness being the dangerous enemy, the Sun was what gave the world light and was the greatest gift from God. The Sun is the light of the world, just as Jesus. The Sun provides light, warmth, and energy and without these we could not see, move, or even grow food. Humanity depends on the Sun’s energy to survive. Therefore, the Sun is what gives us life and was thought of as the savior. Deuteronomy 4:24 and Hebrews 12: 29 speak of God as a “consuming fire of heaven.” Take this and apply it to John 3:16. God so loves the world that he gave his one and only begotten Sun that we may have ever-lasting life.

The Prince of Darkness, known as the Devil, the D-evil, is the Dark Evil and God is the good. The Sun of God is the light of the world and the Prince of Peace. The Sun’s peace is Solace which derived from Solar, meaning Sun. The Egyptians had their own personification; Set was the Prince of Darkness who ruled over the night and Horus was the Sun. At Sun-Set every night, the Dark Evil, Prince of Darkness takes over the world but when morning comes, the Sun is born again at Sun rise, when Horus is risen upon the horizon.

Eric Dubay stated, This is where we get the word “Hero,” the cheer “Hooray!” and also why an interpretation of the zodiac is a Horo-scope.”

At daybreak this wonderful newborn child, God’s Sun is Born Again, Horus is Risen. Even today when the Sun comes up we see it on the ‘Horus-Risen’ or ‘Horizon.’ His life was also divided into 12 parts or steps across Heaven each day: 12 Horus = 12 Hours. This is the origin of the modern 12 Step Program. Horus is the (new-born) Sun, or the Bringer of the Light. In Latin, Light Bringer is Lucis, or Lucifer, or Luke … God’s Sun brought His wonderful light to the world, and distributed it over 12 months. So it was said, God’s Sun had 12 companions, or helpers, that assisted His life-saving work. So it was, God’s Sun had 12 apostles (or months) that followed Him religiously through His life. Incidentally, now you know why the American jury system has 12 jurors who help bring the truth to light, with the ‘Light of Truth’ … Keep in mind God’s Sun symbolically represented the light of truth, but was condemned by His enemies who could not endure the light of truth in their life. When we are confronted with the harsh realities of life, the light of truth, which we do not wish to face, and which runs counter to our views, such truth is judged in your mind, or judged in the temple area of your brain, and put to death in your head! Therefore God’s Sun –The Truth and The Light – is put to death at Golgotha, or Place of the Skull, located somewhere between your ears! This putting to death of the light of truth in your mind is always accompanied by two thieves: Regret for the past and Fear of the future. And of course God’s Sun goes to His death wearing a corona – Latin for Crown of Thorns.” – Jordan Maxwell

Golgotha means “Place of the Skull” is at our “temples” and this is where the Sun of God is crucified between two thieves, which represent the past and future. The Sun’s plasma atmosphere is known as the corona, which is Latin for Crown, and is allegorical for the infamous crown of thorns. Jesus is shown on a crucifix with a crown of thorns just like the Sun is shown with its crown of thorns, the corona.

Ancient cultures used the Sun to keep track of time and seasons. Circular sundials and calendars time daily and yearly, and the months were recorded using lunar calendars. Ancient civilizations used solar calendar methods such as the Mayans, Incas, Aztecs, Babylonians, Sumerians, Egyptians, Assyrians, Aryans, and Celtics. The Holy Cross would eventually be developed from the circular Sun calendars. The Sun is displayed on a Cross with perpendicular lines crossing together representing seasons. The Horizontal line represents the Spring and autumn Equinoxes while the Vertical line represents the Summer and Winter Solstices. This explains why many Christian and Celtic crosses have circles around them.

“Since the Earth experienced 4 different seasons, all the same and equal (in time) each year, the round Sun calendar was divided into 4 equal parts. This is also why we have, in the Bible, only 4 Gospels. Of this point, there can be no doubt. The 4 Gospels represent the 4 seasons which collectively tell the entire story of the life of God’s Sun. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John are Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. This is why the famous painting of ‘The Last Supper’ pictures the 12 followers of the Sun in four groups (of three) the seasons!” – Jordan Maxwell

The Book of Matthew or the name Matt in fact is Maat which was an ancient Egyptian Goddess. Maat is depicted as holding the Scales of Justice while blindfolded. The Scales of Justice are astronomically in relation to Libra, which was the last sign to be added to the zodiac. This is parallel to why Matthew/Matt was the last of the 12 disciples to join. Matt, in Christian iconography is shown and symbolized as an eagle and this is because the closest constellation to Libra is Aquila the Eagle. Matthew was the disciple that the other 12 did not want to accept because he was a tax collector which is always symbolized with scales and balances. Tax collectors would have their scales and balances carried around with them because they took grain and livestock and not just currency.

“Maat is pronounced Mayat. She is the Mahat of the Brahmins, the Meath of the Celts, the Tiamat of the Skalds, the Maia of the Romans and the Mara of the pagans.” – Michael Tsarion

The Book of Mark is depicted as Mars. Mars is the ruler of Aries so the Book of Mark would actually be the book of Aries. Aries is the root word for “arise” and is the first zodiac where the sun would arise at the time of the Spring Equinox or Easter. April derived from the Latin word “aperio” which would mean to open or begin. April is the month of Aries and in many cultures is the first month of the year just as Aries was the first zodiacal sign. The ancients believed that the Spring Equinox was the correct time to start the yearly calendar because the hours of the day would pass the hours of the night. The Sun’ light would defeat the darkness as it is resurrected and Mother Nature would begin to bloom.

The Book of Luke would then be the Book of Leo. The name “Luke” is Latin for Lucius which means “light.” Leo the Lion is the house of light. Lions are demonstrated to symbolize the Sun and its rays, showing the Lion’s yellow face and mane. Christ, which is another symbol for the Sun, is known to be the Lion of Judaea.

In Celtic Ireland the name Leo was Lugh, another solar hero and mystic. In Wales he was Llew, to the Romans Lugus, to the Sumerians Lughal. Its not the same dude on walkabout, it’s the Astrological sign of Leo. In the Christian iconography we have one of the Evangelists represented by a Lion. In the Nativity scenes we see 4 animals around the cradle of the Son/Sun king. One of these is also a Lion. Christians probably believe that there was one in the area and just happened to wander into the inn to take a peek at sleeping Jesus. Good thing it wasn’t very hungry.” – Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”

The Book of John is the fourth Gospel and is the Book of Aquarius. The month for John would be January, which is the month that goes with Aquarius. The symbol given to Aquarius is a man carrying and pouring a pitcher of water which would be the reason for John the Baptist and baptism.

Michael Tsarion also writes, “John comes from Jahan or Jahn, which comes from the earlier Ionnes, Oannes (the Fish god). Jahan or Jahn gives us other names, like Jane, Joan, Janus and even Jasus or Jesus. It eventually gives us the word Jahnuary or January … During January (Aquarius), the Nile waters were the purist, so the Egyptians would collect it for use in telestic rites. The sign of Aquarius became associated with baptism, cleansing and purification by water. This was borrowed by the Israelites and finds its way into the Christian traditions. So now we see the gospels clearly detailed as signs of the zodiac. The sun-king must pass through these signs. They are his ‘chroniclers’ (‘chron’ means time specifically relating to the round of the zodiac). They are his measurers, his ‘Apostles’ (‘post’ means demarcation post, a colure of the zodiac). They are his ‘Disciples’ (‘disc’ means round circle, as is the zodiac).”

John the Baptist was beheaded and this is also an astrological allegory. On August 29, John’s or Aquarius’s head or star moves right above the horizon. The rest of his body or constellation sits just below the horizon. While this is happening at dusk, the Sun proceeds to set in Leo which is a kingly sign representing Herod. This is Herod beheading John.

“The Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun, in which they put a man whom they call Christ, in the place of the Sun, and pay him the same adoration which was originally paid to the Sun.” – Thomas Paine

Why do the chronological events describing the supposed life of Jesus Christ in the New Testament run perfectly parallel to the ancient allegorical understanding of the Sun’s journey through the houses of the zodiac? John 14:2 says that in the Father’s house there are many rooms or many mansions; 12 to be more precise – the 12 houses or rooms of the zodiac. There are also 72 extra-zodiacal constellations known as the paranatellons. This is why Jesus is said to have officially had 12 servants with 72 others that also carried the message. The 72 angels on Jacob’s ladder and the 72 nations in Genesis also relate to these 72 decans, 1 for every 5 degrees of the zodiac. It serendipitously takes 72 years to move 1 degree through the zodiacal precession of the equinoxes. Hence Confucious (6th century BC – China) had 72 initiated disciples and Set (ancientEgypt) had 72 accomplices in the death of Osiris.” – Eric Dubay, “The Atlantean Conspiracy”

Luke 22:10 says, “Behold, when ye are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you bearing a pitcher of water … follow him into the house where he entereth in.” This passage represents Aquarius, the man holding the pitcher of water, at the end of the age of Pisces. Pisces is the current age and is symbolized by two fish which would explain why Jesus finds two fishermen at the beginning of his ministry.

The Christian Mythos coincided with the Age of Pisces. This is the reason why there is much in the way of water symbolism in the New Testament.” – Michael Tsarion. In Matthew 4:19, Jesus says to Peter, “I will make you fishers of men.” Jesus later feeds them with fish in Matthew 14:17 and says, “We only have five loaves of bread and two fish.” Virgo is the House of Bread and the fifth zodiac sign which gives us the five loaves of Virgo or bread and the two Piscean fish. In many old Christian churches along with artwork, this Piscean dual-fish symbol can be seen. This is why many reborn Christians have the Jesus-fish symbol. Nun is the Hebrew word for fish. Take a look at the Pope’s headdress, when placed horizontally, it looks like a giant fish-head.

“There is the mention of Baptism, the fact that the disciples were mostly fishermen. Then there is the walking on the water, the washing the feet of the disciples, the feeding of the five thousand with two fish, etc,. The Christians still use the symbol of the fish to symbolize Jesus. The letters of the word Jesus Christ the Savior of the World, in Latin, give the word for fish. The Pope wears the “Ring of the Fisherman,” and the Pope’s headdress is a fish head, from the side. The early Christians were called the “Little Fishes.” In the Old Testament we read about the prophet Jonah being swallowed by the whale or the great fish. All the imagery of the chapters and verses of the New Testament can be related to the Precessional phenomena, as that is what it was composed for in the first place. It was never meant to be a biography.” – Michael Tsarion

The Age of Aries was before the Age of Pisces and was symbolized by the ram which relates to the Bible. The Egyptian Hyksos Pharaohs and priests were known as the “good shepherds” and the stars were their “flocks” from where they got their knowledge. Jesus Christ was known as the good shepherd and was even described as holding a lamb and is the lamb of God. In every nativity scene there is a lamb. In the Old Testament, the blood of the lamb was smeared on the doors which was a symbol for the doors to the houses of the zodiac. This very sheep and shepherd analogy is astrological since its beginnings. The classification of species  for sheep is Ovis Aries.

“Is it a coincidence that Yahweh, God of Old Testament Israel, provided a ram as a substitute for Abraham’s offered sacrifice of his son Isaac? Is it likewise coincidental that rams, in one context or another, are referred to in almost every book of the Old Testament (entirely composed during the age of Aries) but not a single book of the New Testament?” – Graham Hancock, “Fingerprints of the Gods”

The story of Moses existed around the Age of Taurus, before the Age of Aries. Moses is the figure for the ram of Aries and this is why Michelangelo’s sculpture of Moses shows horns. He comes down from Mount Sinai and sees everyone worshipping the golden calf/Taurus and is angered. Moses brings the Ten Commandments down from the mountain and is the lawgiver. This story is identical to Egypt’s Mises. Mises carried stone tablets with the laws of God on them. Manou from India had a similar story and Minos from Crete was sent to Mount Dicta where he received the laws of Zeus. The story of Moses was around in many different cultures and the very Ten Commandments were taken from the Book of the Dead in Egypt. Mithra slays the Taurus Bull in Persian mythology making him the hero for the Age of Aries. At this same time in mythology, the Bull-cult of Crete existed.

Christian words derive from Astrological meanings such as Apostles and Disciples. The word Pastor was originally Pa-stor. Pa meant “great or father” and Stor derived from Aster which meant star. Therefore, Pastor means Great Star or Father Star which would be the Sun, giving us our Sun God. Even the words Minister and Ministry originate from Min and Aster. Min was an ancient term for Moon while Aster, along with Stir and Stor were all related to Star. Minster would mean Moon-Star. Monastery, monk, month, and minute all have the same origin which go back to the lunar cults. Our watches have three hands which relate with the three planets with time. Min was for minute hand and the fast hand is Mercury which rotates the fastest. This explains why the god Mercury has wings on his feet.

Church originated from the Greek Goddess of deception Circe who in mythology, lured men into her lair and then would transform them into pigs. Amen is a word used at the end of every prayer by Christians, Muslims, Hindus, and Jews. Amen came from the Pharaoh Amenhotep and Amen-Ra, the Egyptian God. Amen, known as the hidden one, could change into many other Gods like Osiris and Set. It is through these solar, lunar, and stellar cults that Amen-Ra is prayed to by billions of people. According to Jordan Maxwell, when you end a prayer you are saying “let it be hidden, let it be unseen.” Amen had a consort named Ament giving us the Old and New Test-Ament. A symbolic representative of Amen-Ra is the Obelisk and it can be found at the Vatican, Washington D.C., and London.

Vatican derived from Vaticinia meaning “place of divinations” or even “place of sorcerers.” As Eric Dubay states in “The Atlantean Conspiracy”, “The Vatican actually funds and controls every astronomical telescope and observatory in the world and all findings run through the Vatican before both the public and the scientific communities. Mass derives from the Egyptian Mes, an annual sacred cake ritually baked with Nile riverbank clay. Yule shares roots with the word Wheel, and a Yule log at Winter Solstice represents the full-turn of the zodiacal wheel. The Roman title/name Julius derived from Yule which explains why Julius Caesar was crowned under the God Jupiter at the Winter Solstice. The word Arch in Arch Bishop and Arch Deacon refers to the Sun’s Arch across the sky. Bishop literally means “one who knows the sky,” and Deacon comes from Decan, the three 10 degree sections divided into each of the 12 signs of the zodiac.”

The Largest Christian Evangelical Network is Daystar Corporation. The astrological symbolism is easily seen and understood by those initiated. Revelation 22:16 says, “I am the Root and Offspring of David, and the Bright and Morning Star.” Even Christ identified himself as the morning star which is the Sun, the star of the morning just as Horus. Of course Revelation ends with Amen giving homage to Amen-Ra, the Egyptian God.

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