reply to post by daskakik
Then I will prove with a contextual criticism of the gospels within the framework of history, that indeed there was a lunar eclipse on the day of the
cross, bookending Jesus' Great Work at that precise moment in history. I will also demonstrate how an error arose in the gospel text, who's presence
only serves to further validate the former as an actual historical event, one that I purport is also of great meaning and significance.
How Jesus handled it, and how it was generated in history, at all levels, then becomes the point of inquiry and investigation, to answer the question
of why, and what does it really mean and signify, as it was intended ie: at a point of reconciliation and atonement, of reunification and
reintegration for the entire human family, even if only as a possibility, actualized in history, and not just human history, cosmic history, according
to the cosmologically unique earth-moon-sun configuration, which Jesus interpreted and then employed, as part of the tableau, what I've also
speculated is a type of ancient cosmological theodolite (lens), in this case the shadow of the earth blocking the perfect (lunar) reflection of the
sun. I purport that Jesus employed this knowledge, as a trained Magus, and who read the signs, signs pointing to him, as depicted in my avatar and
background (conjunction of Jupiter and Venus, at conception, and lunar eclipse at the half-life).
Again, within this context, how he handled it, also encoded in my avatar (via da Vinci's "The Last Supper"), is a real marvel, and in the painting his
right hand reaching for more to the utter astonishment and horrified dismay of the disciple to his left (our right), is one of entitlement (right
hand) in knowledge that the cross and death cannot have the last word and must be prevented from doing so, but only in accordance with faith in God as
a first/last cause, even as a fated destiny (remember when he was in flux tossed back and forth between Cephias and Pilate?).
He escapes the box of the room of pandemonium, which in perspective takes the shape of a cross with the table signifying the horizontal beam, with his
bride at his right hand (along side), and then into a domain (distant foothills), on behalf of everyone, including himself last
(where the last
are first and the first last) of absolute freedom/liberation and bliss and the right to self determination, free will and personal enjoyment, without
which the whole circle of life isn't complete (full moon at crucifixion signifying a whole life).
Going back to the avatar, the hidden "dawn" behind his Santa hat's ball, that signifies the kingdom of heaven, and the sphere of purple, isn't quite
complete where it meets his head. That's our job, that's what he left for us to do, and without which the Great Great Work of all Ages isn't complete.
But when we complete the circle of joy and then know it, then the deeper meaning becomes apparent, so the avatar sits atop the universe, with heaven
already realized, even though the horror of the cross and the three days are still yet to come, also signified by the blood-red moon, to rise, with
Jesus already on the cross, confounding his enemies in more ways than one!
It's a triumphant liberation, but a shared one, not a selfish one. It gave all and got it all and then gave again and received still more - a
wellspring of heaven, but only when it's recognized, and communicated.
A free gift of incalculable value freely given because of love.
It's the reason for faith, and the knowledge of God.
It's also not without a stinging and playful sense of humor at the expense of the worst aspects of our own human ignorance, so the one who understands
laughs out loud and get's the joke in the space of newfound freedom and the increased awareness that it generates ie: as a light in the darkness. It's
like a double bind that's capable of leaving the devil behind while having one's own sense of humor and charm restored even at the devil's expense and
by devil I mean our darker, hidden nature, which can't hide from this kind of light, so a person is left with little options and little choice but to
either laugh, or scowl.
edit on 18-1-2013 by NewAgeMan because: (no reason given)