Do you Believe in God?

Friday, 1 May 2009

Part II - 'The Truth' Vs Choice

Before Christ

OK. Now let’s move forward in time to 12000 BC.

Attis – Greece – 12000 BC

Born of a virgin
Born on December 25th
Dead for three days
Placed in a tomb

Mithra – Persia – 1200BC

Born of a virgin on December 25th
12 Disciples
Performed miricles
Upon his death was buried for 3 days
Known as “The Truth/The Light” and many others
Interestingly his chosen day of worship was Sunday – Sun-Day Worship

Forward to 900 BC – Krishna - India

Born of a virgin
Star in the east signals he’s coming
Performed miricles with his disciples
Upon his death was resurrected

Forward to 900 BC – Krishna - India

Born of a virgin on December 25th
Travelling teacher who performed miracles such as turning water into wine
He was referred to as “King of Kings”, God’s Only Forgotten Sun”, “The Alpha and Omega” and many others
Upon his death – He was resurrected

The fact of the matter is- many of the religious figures throughout history subscribe to the same, varied, story. Here are more examples:

Chrishna of Hindostun
Budha Sakia of India
Salivahana of Bermuda
Zulis, or Zhule ALSO Osiris and Orus of Egypt
Odin of the Scandinavians
Crite of Chaldea
Zoroster and Mithra of Persia
Indra of Tibet
Bali of Afghanistan
Jao of Nepal
Wittoba of the Bilingonese
Thammuz of Syria
Atys of Phrygia
Xamolxis of the Bonzes
Alcides of Thebes
Mikudo of the Sintoes
Hesus or Eros and Bremrillah of the Druids
Thor, son of Odin, of the Gavls Cadmus of Greece
Hil and Feta of the Mandaites
Gentaut and Quexalcote of Mexico
Universal monarch of the Sibyls
Ischy of the island of Formosa
Divine teacher of Plato
Holy one of Xaca
Fohi and Tien of China
Adonis, son of the virgin Io of Greece
Ixion and Quirinus of Rome
Prometheus of Caucasus

The question remains – Why these same attributes?

Born December 25th - Resurrected
Born of a virgin - Star in the east
12 Disciples - 3 kings
Dead for 3 days - Crucified

The Birth Sequence

We’ll begin looking at the birth sequence which is – completely astrological.

The star is the east is called Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky. On December 24th it aligns with the three brightest stars that make up the belt of the constellation Orion. They are called the same today as they were in ancient time – “The Three Kings”. The four stars point to where the sun (God’s Sun) rises on December 25th (Winter Solstice)

This is why the three kings follow the star in the east, in order to locate the sun rise on December 25th – The Birth of God’s Sun.

Virgin Mary = the Constellation Virgo

Known as Virgo the virgin, Virgo is also referred to as “House of Bread”. The representations of the constellation Virgo is depicted as a virgin holding a sheath of wheat. House of bread/wheat represents the time of harvest – Aug/Sep.

Bethlehem in turn literally translates as “House of Bread”. Bethlehem is thus a reference to the constellation Virgo, a place in the sky- not on Earth.

- Another interesting phenomenon that happens on December 25th (Winter Solstice)

From summer through to the winter solstice the days get shorter and colder, from a perspective from the northern hemisphere. The Sun appears to move south in the sky and seems to get smaller and more scarce. Over the six months leading to the winter solstice the Sun makes its way to the lowest point in the sky.


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