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Orion priesthood: the first ones to accept Jesus?

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posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 01:26 PM
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Orion priesthood: Throughout our galaxy the Orion Priesthood is well known and well respected. The movement started during the Orion Wars, within the ranks of the Rebels (See "Orion Wars" for more information). A lot of their beliefs and their way of life are based upon the original teachings of Merlin of Orion. They focus upon universal spiritual laws, like the law of karma, and the limitless force of unconditional love and forgiveness. They show how the battle between light and dark is not a battle between external forces, but only between parts of yourself. They also talk about the nature of the universe itself as conscious energy thriving to uplift itself, to become more aware, and to explore all levels of awareness, while ever creating new ones. The widespread respect the Orion Priesthood commands also has to do with the "powers" the priests attain. It is not really known where the limit of their powers lies, or whether there is any at all. The more advanced members of the priesthood can bilocate or teleport at will. They can change matter by thought. As someone put it "they can do the fifth dimensional stuff in a third dimensional reality" (See"Density" for more information). Well known, too, is their gift of prophecy, of visions. (They are masters at remote viewing). Basically they are a lot like ascended masters we've had here on Earth! (See "Ascended Masters" for more information). There is another characteristic for which they are famous. As the priests evolve and progress in their rigorous training, their eyes become more and more radiantly blue. In a way, you could think of them as "Jedi Knights" and the tricks they can perform, but they have the eyes of the "freemen" in Dune. www.exopaedia.org...


Are the Orion priesthood among the first ET to accept Jesus Christ risen from the Earth as the Son of the living God?

The NDE of Lou Famoso speaks of a trip to Orion led by archangels Michael and Raphael. And later the Orions impact the Earth's own future. Please read it is easily found online.

 
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posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 01:34 PM
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Are the Orion priesthood
.... the who ?


In a way, you could think of them as "Jedi Knights"


Ahhh, I see



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posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 01:42 PM
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Thanks for the thread.

I look forward to researching this topic. A friend of mine channeled a message from Orion awhile back. I'll be sure to tell her about this thread.

Here is a link to the NDE you mentioned in your OP:
www.near-death.com...
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posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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Any alien creature worth their salt would realize very quickly that Earth religions (all of them) are a crock.

When will Christians wake up and realize that "The Son of God" is a mistranslation of the Pagan "Sun God"?



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 01:54 PM
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Originally posted by babybunnies
Any alien creature worth their salt would realize very quickly that Earth religions (all of them) are a crock.

When will Christians wake up and realize that "The Son of God" is a mistranslation of the Pagan "Sun God"?


Lately people have seen UFOs coming out of the sun. This makes me wonder if these sun worshipers were actually worshiping the "gods" that are residing there, and not the sun itself, because they knew this is where their "gods" are? Maybe these aliens once came to earth, and the people here thought of them as gods?
Is this where the "Pagan Sun God" theory came from?

I haven't done any research at all on the sun god worshipers, so this may have already been proven. This is just something that came to me when I saw all the threads about the UFOs coming out of the sun.

Anyone have any knowledge on this?



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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Originally posted by babybunnies
Any alien creature worth their salt would realize very quickly that Earth religions (all of them) are a crock.

When will Christians wake up and realize that "The Son of God" is a mistranslation of the Pagan "Sun God"?


Yes hence the halo type discs on Christian iconography - representing the Sun
Of course other cultures were far more cosmic in their philosophy depicting their gods and goddesses with starry symbols on their heads.

Orion is a part of other very ancient belief systems - I stay wary of New Age claims as when one researches the source of the ancient beliefs they have more a ring of authenticity. When new age ideas that have not stood the test of time as yet overlay their own ideas onto them it is like plagiarism



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 02:04 PM
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Lately people have seen UFOs coming out of the sun.

Unfortunately they've only seen what they want to see , the alleged Sun UFOs have been shown over and over to be Cosmic Ray strikes and imaging artifacts .



This makes me wonder if these sun worshipers were actually worshiping the "gods" that are residing there, and not the sun itself, because they knew this is where their "gods" are? Maybe these aliens once came to earth, and the people here thought of them as gods?

I think the Sun worshipers worshiped the Sun because it was the giver of life so why not worship it , back then people worshiped all kinds of things .

There is no Orion priesthood , it reads like poor Sci Fy .


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posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by gortex
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Lately people have seen UFOs coming out of the sun.

Unfortunately they've only seen what they want to see , the alleged Sun UFOs have been shown over and over to be Cosmic Ray strikes and imaging artifacts .



This makes me wonder if these sun worshipers were actually worshiping the "gods" that are residing there, and not the sun itself, because they knew this is where their "gods" are? Maybe these aliens once came to earth, and the people here thought of them as gods?

I think the Sun worshipers worshiped the Sun because it was the giver of life so why not worship it , back then people worshiped all kinds of things .


Can you give me some background on where you acquired this "knowledge", Gortex? Or is this just your personal opinion?
You seem to be very close-minded. For all the research I have done on various topics, I at least try to keep an open mind so that I may obtain wisdom on things that may not be the "norm" for most folks.



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by babybunnies
...When will Christians wake up and realize that "The Son of God" is a mistranslation of the Pagan "Sun God"?...


I'm not necessarily a religious person, but wasn't Christianity around a lot longer than the English language (and the English-language homonym words "Sun" and "Son")?

I don't think there is any connection at all between the Pagan "Sun God" and the Christian "Son of God", unless you can show me similarities between the the sound of the word for "sun" and the sound of the word for "son" in the ancient languages used by pagans and early Christians.


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posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 02:48 PM
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i don't even. what am i reading? jedi knights for christ???



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Yes Sun worship is very ancient and as you say it was seen as the giver of life as in the Aten Disc (Sun Disc) of Ancient Egypt.
Also Orion and Sirius as well as other stars were considered most important.

Orion is said to be where the evolved soul is born into a body of light IE Star.
In modern astronomy a stellar nursery was found at Orion IE Orion's Sword or Nebula where thousands of stars are in various states of being born.

This belief system was a philosophy which later was corrupted by the way of religion
Scribes of that time claim to have kept this knowledge for at least 50,000 years which place it from Atlanitis



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 03:31 PM
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It's another Zeitgeist casualty.



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by RightInTwo
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It's another Zeitgeist casualty.


This subject was never covered in Zietgeist
?????



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 03:42 PM
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Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People

Originally posted by babybunnies
...When will Christians wake up and realize that "The Son of God" is a mistranslation of the Pagan "Sun God"?...


I'm not necessarily a religious person, but wasn't Christianity around a lot longer than the English language (and the English-language homonym words "Sun" and "Son")?

I don't think there is any connection at all between the Pagan "Sun God" and the Christian "Son of God", unless you can show me similarities between the the sound of the word for "sun" and the sound of the word for "son" in the ancient languages used by pagans and early Christians.


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Atum created the Cosmos - The Cosmos created the Sun
Christianity took ideas from Egypt such as virgin birth and Immaculate conception
Horus is likened to Jesus - Horus being the son or Sun of Osiris who is Orion
Early Christianity was not a religion but a new interpretation of older ideas that were rooted In Ancient Philosophy.
So son sun there is a link whether or not it is found in English Grammar



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 03:52 PM
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Yes hence the halo type discs on Christian iconography - representing the Sun
Of course other cultures were far more cosmic in their philosophy depicting their gods and goddesses with starry symbols on their heads.




The halo is Roman Catholic, which is very rooted in Paganism. The Roman Catholic Church is not a true Christian church. Quite the opposite, in fact.



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 03:55 PM
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Originally posted by artistpoet

Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People

Originally posted by babybunnies
...When will Christians wake up and realize that "The Son of God" is a mistranslation of the Pagan "Sun God"?...


I'm not necessarily a religious person, but wasn't Christianity around a lot longer than the English language (and the English-language homonym words "Sun" and "Son")?

I don't think there is any connection at all between the Pagan "Sun God" and the Christian "Son of God", unless you can show me similarities between the the sound of the word for "sun" and the sound of the word for "son" in the ancient languages used by pagans and early Christians.


edit on 8/20/2012 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)


Atum created the Cosmos - The Cosmos created the Sun
Christianity took ideas from Egypt such as virgin birth and Immaculate conception
Horus is likened to Jesus - Horus being the son or Sun of Osiris who is Orion
Early Christianity was not a religion but a new interpretation of older ideas that were rooted In Ancient Philosophy.
So son sun there is a link whether or not it is found in English Grammar

Can you recommend any good books on this subject, or websites? I am interested in researching this. Thanks.



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 04:08 PM
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Well these ideas are taken from many sources but books I like are:-

Jesus and the Goddess cant remember author

The Hermetica - Freeke and Gandy

Egyptian book of the Dead by Ramses Seleem

Plus non books but on the net - 18th dynasty Egypt - Akhenaten and Nefertiti
The gods and goddesses of The First Time or Zep Tepi
The Egyptian creation story but use you own discretion as some info is biased and lacks real understanding of the Original Philosophy

Additional related info I have found and worked out for myself concerning Astronomy and Myth

Hope this helps



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 04:12 PM
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Perhaps interesting read

Seems the creation part in the bible is basicly based from older sumerian tablets when you read them.

Nice discussion here:
www.abovetopsecret.com...
or:
www.streetarticles.com...

Or:
arcturi.com...


According to researcher Paul Damon of TruthSeekers International, the legends conclude that the gods (Ancient Aliens) will one day open the portal again to allow the gods to return in their “sun ships.”



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 04:12 PM
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What are you talking about? That's what the entire first segment of the first zeitgeist is about???



posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 04:15 PM
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Obviously early Christianity borrowed traditions from paganism, as well as judism -- which makes perfect sense considering that some of the early Christians were originally pagans and Jews.

I mean, why not just "slightly change" a pre-existing Pagan celebration or tradition to make it work as a Christian celebration, rather than trying to create new traditions from scratch? Christmas, for example, was celebrated around the time of the Pagan Winter Solstice celebration. That's not saying early Christians equated the teaching of Jesus to the pagan winter, but it simply became a convenient time to celebrate it.

Besides, historical texts make it quite clear that early Christians believed Jesus to be the Son of God. That's not saying he was the Son of God -- I'm just saying it is clear that Christians believed he was. There are many ancient historical documents that shed a lot of light on the history of early Christianity.




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