So I wanted to take another stride into understanding the significance of St.Catherine, the great wife of the human god child. The one who attained
the Christ flesh. The transformation of her flesh into the divine god head. Her claim is not limited to just her but to a lineage. Not in the
conventional transfer of genes from parent to child. It is rather to the human bond with "Elohim", covenant with the divine that the Adamic race of
men that inherited the earth have claim to. The godhead. That thing coveted by the serpent that made its sacrifice inadequate when compared to the
man. The man always more worthy. This infuriated the serpent and made the division. The inequity between the two born of a ruined union.
That Godhead, present to all faithful who are filled with "the spirit", are with and by their flesh forming a greater likeness to him, which is not a
sin BTW. The sin comes in what parts of your inequity you wish to sanctify out of anything less than true sacrifice. What part of a jealous god will
you make godly. What wrathful things will you make the word.
The word. That it was spoken. Who said what. Who is who. The great mysteries governing life and death. Rebirth and transformation through the spirit
of the union. The Good bond. The true covenant. That all men have to them the essence of the divine. That we are a crossing over of a true self. The
truth of our union becoming carnate.
The blood line forged by the spirit made present.The teacher to walk with us or to teach us to walk as the teacher does? What would your purpose
Eternal manifestation in flesh of origin, and its omega.
St Catherine has claim to the highest peak in the whole mountain range where Mt Sinai is supposedly located. There is dispute as to its original
location. In times before the great flood there could have been another mountain that served a simialr purpose as "god-mountain" does.
There is a little place that has gone somewhat unnoticed. Remember that angels carried the body of St. Catherine to Mt. Sinai. Remember that through
the virgin mother we are given God. Through the mother, and by the union, we reach the Godhead.Divine trinity.
The Monastery of St. Katherine is the oldest continuously inhabited monastery in the World and its library has the largest religious collection
after the Vatican. It was built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian in the 6th century AD, although there was already a church at the site of the
Burning Bush erected by the Empress Helena in 330 AD. Byzantine Orthodox monasticism has even earlier roots, and the area is sacred to all three
monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The monastery was under the protection of the Prophet Mohammed, Arab and Turkish leaders and Napoleon, which helped to preserve it virtually
undameged. In the walled compound there is a Fatimid mosque built next to the Orthodox church, a rare coexistence of religions in today's
Here is the letter the monks were given by the last muslim prophet.
"This is a message from Muhammad ibn Abdullah, as a covenant to those who adopt Christianity, near and far, we are with them. Verily I, the
servants, the helpers, and my followers defend them, because Christians are my citizens; and by Allah! I hold out against anything that displeases
No compulsion is to be on them. Neither are their judges to be removed from their jobs nor their monks from their monasteries.
No one is to destroy a house of their religion, to damage it, or to carry anything from it to the Muslims' houses. Should anyone take any of these, he
would spoil God's covenant and disobey His Prophet. Verily, they are my allies and have my secure charter against all that they hate.
No one is to force them to travel or to oblige them to fight. The Muslims are to fight for them. If a female Christian is married to a Muslim, it is
not to take place without her approval. She is not to be prevented from visiting her church to pray.
Their churches are to be respected. They are neither to be prevented from repairing them nor the sacredness of their covenants. No one of the nation
(Muslims) is to disobey the covenant till the Last Day (end of the world)."
English translation from 'Muslim History: 570 - 1950 C.E.' by Dr. A. Zahoor and Dr. Z. Haq, ZMD Corporation. P.O. Box 8231 - Gaithersburg, MD
20898-8231 - Copyright Akram Zahoor 2000. P. 167.
The original letter was taken away in 1517 by the Turkish Sultan Selim I and is now in the Topkapi Museum in Instanbul, but the sultan gave the
monks a copy of it and sanctioned its terms. From the enormous collection of ancient and modern rolls preserved in the monastery's library, it is
clear that the Covenant of the Prophet, whether or not authentic, was in some way or other renewed, and the privileges of protection and safe-conduct
for the monks were upheld.
Did you know the library in this monastery is second only to the Vatican in ancient mauscripts and litergical works? I sure did´nt. I wonder what
Gems it holds? Thankfully there is an effort to preserve what is a very important source of wisdom for all.
"The Ministry of Culture, in cooperation with the custodians of the monastery, have announced a three-phase project, the first of which includes
comprehensive documentation of all the manuscripts -- one of the richest monastic collections in the world and second in importance only to the
Vatican. (...) Manuscripts in the library exceeded all previous estimates put forward in existing catalogues and hand-lists, which registered a total
of about 2,000 codices.
The new study revealed that the Greek manuscripts alone numbered 2,250, Arabic manuscripts in the neighbourhood of 600, and Armenian, Coptic,
Georgian, Polish, Slavic and Syriac numbering several hundred volumes."
In case you were wondering where the heck YOUR Mt. Sinai is, the one spoken of in the bible. Here is some info and you decide based on who you want to
say is correct.
Mount Sinai (Arabic: طور سيناء , Hebrew: הר סיני), also known as Mount Horeb, Mount Musa, Gebel Musa or Jabal Musa ("Moses'
Mountain"), is the name of a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula that is purported to be the place where Moses spoke to God, saw the burning bush, and
received the Ten Commandments.
Although the exact location of Mount Sinai is debated, and many mountains have been identified as this biblical site, the most common location is
identified as Mount Horeb at 2,285 meters, found across from Mount St. Catherine, the tallest peak in the Sinai.
Mount Sinai is one of the world's many sacred places that have inter-faith significance for followers of more than one religion. The mountain still
remains a pilgrimage site for Jews and Christians to this day.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mount Serbal is a mountain located in Wadi Feiran in southern Sinai, sometimes identified in texts as Gebel Serbal. At 2,070 metres (6,791 ft) high,
it is the fifth highest mountain in Egypt. It is part of the St. Catherine National Park. It is thought by some to be the Biblical Mount Sinai.
There were many granite dwellings on Mount Serbal which were inhabited by anchorites in early Christian times, and there are traces of a
fourth-century monastery close to its base. It is likely that the many inscriptions (some in Greek) found on rocks at the foot of Mount Serbal and the
path up to its peak date from these times. One spot on the path is called Mokatteb, or the valley of writing.
Mount Sinai, Egypt
"On the peak of Jebel Musa stands a small chapel dedicated to the Holy Trinity. This chapel, constructed in 1934 on the ruins of a 16th church, is
believed to enclose the rock from which God made the Tablets of the Law. In the western wall of this chapel is a cleft in the rock where Moses is said
to have hidden himself as God's glory passed by (Exodus 33:22).
Seven hundred and fifty steps below the summit and its chapel is the plateau known as Elijah's Basin, where Elijah spent 40 days and nights communing
with God in a cave. Nearby is a rock on which Aaron, the brother of Moses, and 70 elders stood while Moses received the law (Exodus 24:14).
Northwest of Elijah's plateau hardy pilgrims visit Jebel Safsaafa, where Byzantine hermits such as St. Gregory lived and prayed. Beneath the 2168
meter summit of Ras Safsaafa stands the Plain of ar-Raaha, where camped the Israelites at the time Moses ascended the mountain and where Moses erected
the first tabernacle."
The principal topographical features are two. North of the Jabal et-Tih (3200 to 3950 feet) stretches an arid plateau, the desert of Tih, marked
by numerous Wadis, notably El-Arish, the "River of Egypt", which formed the southern boundary of the Promised Land (Genesis 15:18; Numbers 34:5).
South of Jabal et-Tih rises a mountainous mass of granite streaked with porphyry, dividing into three principal groups: the western, Jabal Serbal
(6750 feet); the central, Jabal Musa (7380 feet), Jabal Catherine (8560 feet), and Jabal Um Schomer (8470 feet); the eastern, Jabal Thebt (7906 feet)
and Jabal Tarfa, which terminates in Ras Mohammed.
It is among these mountains that Jewish and Christian tradition places the Sinai of the Bible, but the precise location is uncertain. It is Jabal
Musa, according to a tradition traceable back to the fourth century, when St. Silvia of Aquitaine was there.
Jabal Musa is defended by E.H. and H.S. Palmer, Vigouroux, Lagrange, and others. However, the difficulty of applying Exodus 19:12, to Jabal Musa and
the inscriptions found near Jabal Serbal have led some to favour Serbal. This was the opinion of St. Jerome (P.L., XXIII, 916, 933) and Cosmas (P.G.,
LXXXVIII, 217), and more recently of Birkhard and Lepsius, and it has of late been very strongly defended by G. Ebers, not to mention Beke, Gressmann,
and others, who consider the whole story about Sinai (Exodus 19) only a mythical interpretation of some volcanic eruption.
The more liberal critics, while agreeing generally that the Jewish traditions represented by the "Priest-Codex" and "Elohistic documents" place Sinai
among the mountains in the south-central part of the peninsula, yet disagree as to its location by the older "Jahvistic" tradition (Exodus 2:15, 16,
21; 18:1, 5). A. von Gall, whose opinion Welhausen thinks the best sustained, contends that Meribar (D. V. Temptation. - Exodus 17:14), that the
Israelites never went so far south as Jabal Mûsa, and hence that Sinai must be looked for in Madian, on the east coast of Akabar.
Others (cf. Winckler, II, p. 29; Smend, p. 35, n. 2; and Weill, opp. Cit. Infra in bibliography) look for Sinai in the near neighbourhood of Cades
(Ayn Qâdis) in Southern Palestine.
I want to point out the fact that only St Catherine's head and one hand were found of her body and taken for reverance. Well, found or not it
resonates with the mysteries associated with sephalophore saints who carried their severed heads to their final resting place. She had all other
mysteries of the saints attributed to her and she is the only saint to claim the gateway to the place on earth where man and God spoke. Mt Sinai.
Through Mount St. Catherine (highest peak) you reach Sinai. Her legacy is the path to the place of the bond. The commemoration to the union. The
covenant of old renewed. God and man together again. Like any union its maxim is a one flesh.
The mysteries of the saints bleeding white blood. Milky white blood bled from holy people in a state of grace and death, is not limited to catholics
or the supposed Christ line. It is an adamic grace. The Christ flesh. The transformation of mankind into a perfect union with God through the godhead.
The Korean Buddhist official Ichadon (503-529) was martyred by decapitation in 529 and his blood flowed white "milk". His head FLOATED in the air over
a crowd of people and settled on a Mt top.
There are several saints who bled milk white blood upon their deaths when they were in a state of God flesh. Their flesh was transformed and made
"like the divine". In other words.......in______´s image.
The reason you must hide these things is because if not people are lured by its twin which is naught with death. It has all happened before. It will
all happen again. Since the origin, the spirit, the word God, are eternal to create it. Ever created before all. ever present. Made incarnate.
Creation is a mirror. Not a window. We are to see God in ourselves so as to become more in creations image. Resonation. That is harmony. Becoming the
consciousness of the echo.
There are everything from Hindu Saints who merged with their Gods, to saints who are said to have merged with the statues of their Gods and actually
REACHED THE DIVINE. They transformed flesh and being both human and divine were made worthy and so made in _____¨s image.
It is clear to me that by legend are we taught but by truth are we made good to learn. There is a union to mankind that is celebrated. Mankind by his
birth and union is reborn. When the transformation is one of sacrifice and absolute love, from the absolute heart the word is made present. The
christ walks with us in flesh....carnate.
Our divinity reborn. Made of Christ flesh- God flesh- from the mother or by the mother......you decide. But who then is the son of man? the son of
adam to you? What will become of the Adamic race threatened so any times before? Will the day come when all are "reborn" and the sons of man walk
again with "elohim"? when we are "I am".
Either way ritual and tradition is an ancient form of resonating with that "divinity", Divine being, state of being, What ever greek, hebrew, or
chinease word you want to use.
The divine man. God man. or man god.
It is impossible to tell how old the legend of the mystic marriage may be, but it seems sure that as soon as it appeared on record it spread
with great rapidity and became very soon afterwards well-nigh the most popular of all legends. Its popularity kept at its height between the
fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, and we may not go astray if we assume that the currency of the unwritten tales prepared the rapid acceptation of
the legend when it first made its appearance in literary shape.
St Catherine as the Christ. The personification of the God head. The word. The Christ flesh.
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