“I am the light of the world” who else can be the light of the world but the Sun. Logically even if all people running the show die, as long as the Sun comes up each day, life on Earth will continue forever. Quite literal but it will take you this read to loosen a little and open up to the secrets that are hidden in code and allegory and sold with a deity, to the masses as the TRUTH.

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In order to fulfill an ancient prophesy- Born of a Virgin on the 25th December. Shepherds and Kings were at his birth, guided by a shining star. He was given gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. The ruling tyrant wanted to kill him, so the parents escape. The tyrant kills all male children under the age of two, he thinks he is sorted for life but boy grew up, humble yet a renegade performed miracles- bringing back dead to life, healing the sick, sight to blind , casting out demons. They said “Honey you gotta stop it!” So they crucify him on a cross in between two thieves. He dies, rose again from death on the third day and ascended into heaven.

What does it sound like? Jesus?

Well, that also sounds like Krishna, another savior in the East, born a thousand years before Jesus is claimed to have been born.

Everything about Jesus, the Romans and Persians believed about Mithra. Mithra’s birthday on December 25, close to the winter solstice, became Jesus’s birthday. Shepherds were to have witnessed Mithra’s birth and were to have partaken in a last supper with Mithra before he returned to heaven. Mithra’s ascension, correlating to the sun’s return to prominence around the spring equinox, became the Christian holiday of Easter. Sunday was the sacred day for Mithraists because he was a Sun God and they called this The Lord’s Day.

Boop! It’s not just them, this heroic story is also of  Zulis and Osiris of Egypt, Odin of the Scandinavians, Adonis of Greece, Prometheus of Caucasus, Indra of Tibet, Bali of Afghanistan, Jao of Nepal, Hesus, Eros, and Bremrillah of the Druids, Thor of the Gauls, Cadmus of Greece.

“Were you aware that there were fifteen major religions that had the same identical teachings of Christianity? Most people aren’t.” Jordan Maxwell, “Matrix of Power”

Why do they have the same stories, dates, symbols show up repeatedly in religious myths and texts all across the ancient world? Could it be lack of scripts? Or maybe they didn’t have the concept of plagiarism! This is scorching than you think!

Now I’ll tell you the God’s SUN story.

To the ancient man the most dangerous, feared enemy was the unknown darkness of night,
thereby making the Sun, the light, heaven’s gift to the world. Without its light you cannot see, no warmth, no energy, no food can grow. Lives depend on the energy emitting from the Sun, making it our savior.

God so loves the world that he has given his only begotten Sun so that we may have everlasting life. That is why in Deut 4:24 and Heb 12:29  God is “consuming fire in heaven.”

This Sun also celebrates its birthday on the 25th of December. The recurrent “virgin” theme represents the constellation Virgo, which is Latin for virgin. The ancient glyph for Virgo looks like an M which explains the M names of “virgin mothers” like Jesus’ mother Mary, Adonis’ mother Myrra, Buddha’s mother Maya, and Horus’ mother IsisMeri.

But before birth was its death. The winter Solstice.

For three days December  22nd , 23rd and  24th, the Sun rises on the exact same latitudinal (declinations) degree meaning the Sun for these three days does not rise above the horizon. This is the only time in the year that the Sun actually stops its movement northward or Southward in our sky. It appears to be dead for three days.

So this Christmas, you decide that you don’t want do a conventional celebration of  Decking up  the halls with boughs of holly, friends, turkey, red wine and gifts.

You pack your bag and leave to Stonehenge which is in the Northern hemisphere, set up a tent there waiting to watch who is to be born- The Son or the Sun?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Stonehenge

It’s the 22nd of December. You’re freezing but the scotch is keeping you warm in the dread of the night. There is no one born yet, neither the Son nor the Sun. 23rd happened and so did 24th. You look up to heavens, the night sky and ask for a sign and what you see leaves you in awe, it is the story of a new born Savior!


Three
kings in the constellation of Orion following the brightest star in the east pointing towards the glorious sunrise. On the morning of December 25th the Sun moves one degree northward beginning its annual journey back to us in the Northern Hemisphere.

“Anything steadily moving all year long that suddenly stops moving for three days was considered to have died. Therefore, God’s Sun who was dead for three days, moves one degree northward on December 25th and is symbolically born again!”  Jordan Maxwell

Therefore, clearly this long line of Sun gods given the ‘birthday’ of December 25th has to do with Winter solstice, where the Sun appears to die on the 21st/22nd December, meaning the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon for 3 days.

In the Egyptian personification, the Prince of Darkness was known as Set and the Sun was known as Horus.  Every night at SunSet the Dark Prince takes over the world but every morning the Sun is born again at Sun Rise, Horus is risen on the ‘HorusRisen’ or ‘Horizon’. Sun- the Bringer of the Light. His life was also divided into 12 parts or steps across Heaven each day: 12 Horus = 12 Hours.

God’s Sun had 12 companions, or helpers, that assisted His lifesaving work. So it was, God’s Sun had 12 apostles (or months) that followed Him religiously through His life. 

The English language is derived from the German. In German the word Sun is spelled Sonne (Son). The two words can (and have been) used interchangeably. Thus, it was assumed that God’s Sun was but a visible representative of the unseen Creator in heaven. So it was said, ‘when you have seen the Son, you have seen the Father.’  another way is ‘The Father is glorified in His Son’ 

Thus, Jesus of the Gospels is a symbol of the Sun.

And of course God’s Sun goes to His death wearing a corona – Latin for Crown of Thorns. The Sun’s corona, the plasma atmosphere around the Sun, is then allegorically used as the Son’s (Latin translation) Crown of Thorns.

Now this God’s sun is also the light within you, the Sacred oil that needs to be ascended up your spine in order to open up your 3rd eye for you to see true light, but before that God’s Sun ( the solar light within your body/ Christ oil) 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.

This science is not just on the outside but also on the inside because man is the measure of the Universe!

Cultures all over the ancient world kept track of time and seasons (for what else you think Stonehenge was erected?)  based on the movement of the Sun. They invented circular sundials and sun calendars which recorded daily and yearly time (lunar calendars recorded months). Out of these circular, pictorial Sun calendars developed the Holy cross. The Sun is portrayed on a cross – a circle with perpendicular lines intersecting in the middle, the horizontal axis representing the Spring and Autumn Equinoxes, the vertical axis representing the Summer and Winter Solstices.

This is the reason you often see a circle around Christian, Celtic, ancient and modern crosses.

 

 

 

 

 

 Sun at four Cardinal points- Two Equinox and Two Solstice

“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

Is it a coincidence then,  that 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?

Jesus was born in a stable between a horse and a goat, symbols of Sagittarius and Capricorn.

He was baptized in Aquarius, the Water Bearer.

He chose his first disciples, fishermen, in Pisces, the sign of the fishes.

He became the Good Shepherd and the Lamb in Aries, the Ram. 

He told the parables of the sowing and tilling of the fields in Taurus, the Bull .

In Cancer, ‘the celestial Sea of Galilee,’ he calmed the storm and waters, spoke of backsliders (the Crab)

He was the Lion of Judea in Leo.

In Libra, Christ was the true vine in the Garden of Gethsemane, the ‘wine press,’ as this is the time of the grape harvest.

Jesus was betrayed by Judas, the ‘backbiter,’ or Scorpio

In Sagittarius, Jesus was wounded in the side by the Centaur, or centurion

Don’t you see the Zodiacal belt? The SUN-signs?

John 14:2 “in the Father’s house there are many rooms or many mansions; 12 to be more precise–the 12 rooms of the zodiac. There are also 72 extra-zodiacal constellations. This is why Jesus is said to have officially had 12 disciples 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. Is it then a serendipity takes 72 years to move 1 degree through the zodiacal precession of the equinoxes?

Luke 22:10 reads: “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 is the symbol of Aquarius – a man bearing a pitcher of water, the end of the age of Pisces, (the age that we were in before 2012)  symbolized by 2 fish. This is why Jesus befriends 2 fishermen when he begins his ministry.

 

In Matt 14:17 Jesus feeds them with fish saying “We only have five loaves of bread and 2 fish.” Virgo (the House of Bread) is the fifth sign of the zodiac, giving us five loaves of Virgo and 2 Piscean fish.

The Piscean dual fish symbol is found in many old Christian churches and artwork,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pope’s headdress is actually a big fish head

 

 

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. 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.

This is what it means for truth to be hidden in plain sight. What do you think now? Gods Son or God’s Sun?

This is Astro-theology!