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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by WarriorOfLight96
Your last little bit is exactly how things are supposed to be. However when we descended back down into materialism from the higher levels of Heaven, that is where we placed ourselves; in the material world. The Pineal gland is the connection of all beings back to the source, it is our 'church' where we 'take no thought' and 'give back our 10%'.
God being the only one to grant immortality is rubbish that the Church forced upon the people to make them put their power and faith outside of themselves. Those who become complacent with their destiny, are not in charge of it. We already are immortal. We are not bodies. We are souls, the body is a material thing that does not exist. It only does in this realm of perception. I do not consider myself greater than anybody; I adhere to the fact that we are all equal. I have not asked anybody to close the doors to their mind, but to open them wide.
Originally posted by Vrill
I dont believe in Jesus and Satan and if they ever did exist, then they were Aliens themselves. I think that the entire Ancient Alien angle is honestly a lot more believable.
On April 17, 6 BC, two years before King Herod died, Jupiter emerged in the east as a morning star in the sign of the Jews, Aries the Ram. The account in Matthew refers twice to the Star’s being in the east with good reasons. When the royal star of Zeus, the planet Jupiter, was in the east, this was the most powerful time to confer kingships. Furthermore, the Sun was in Aries, where it is exalted. And the Moon was in very close conjunction with Jupiter in Aries. Modern calculations suggest that this was close enough to be an occultation (eclipse). But the Sun’s glare would have hidden that event. Saturn was also present, which meant that the three rulers of Aries’ trine (Sun, Jupiter, and Saturn) were present in Aries. Saturn and Jupiter were said to be attendants on the rising Sun, another regal aspect for astrologers. By modern expectations this is trivial, but for ancient stargazers this configuration was truly awesome.”1
However, because this awesome event involved an eclipse in which the sun hid the conjunction of the moon with Jupiter, the observed significance of this occultation was not the birth of a king but his impending death.2 Awareness of this astrological portent would have produced panic across the Roman Empire and particularly in Judea, where Herod the Great was already in a virtually terminal state.
This leads to consideration of a series of prior astrological events that occurred in 7 BCE. Four copies of an ancient Babylonian astronomical text, written in 8 BCE in cuneiform script on clay tablets, have been recovered. This text predicts a triple conjunction of the planets, Jupiter and Saturn, in the constellation, Pisces, on what are now known as May 27, October 6 and December 1, 7 BCE. “The . . . conjunction of 7 B.C.E. . . . was special in that the planets met three times in succession in the same constellation. . . .
“The fact that Mars, the star of Nergal, the god of war, joined the conjunction in its final phase signified that the new king was to come from the West, specifically, from Syria-Palestine.”
“In the Babylonian system, Jupiter, the largest and brightest planet, was known as the star of Marduk, the supreme god of Babylon. Saturn, the second largest planet, was the star of the king, the earthly representative of the god. . . . The constellation Pisces was associated with Ea, the god of wisdom, life and creation. Pisces was also the . . . last constellation that the sun passed through each year. . . . The conjunction of the planets in Pisces accordingly portended two things: the end of the old world order and the birth of a new savior king chosen by God. . . .
“The fact that Mars, the star of Nergal, the god of war, joined the conjunction in its final phase signified that the new king was to come from the West, specifically, from Syria-Palestine, for Mars was the star of Amurru or the West (Syria-Palestine) in the Babylonian system