reply to post by HarryTZ
And if that weren't enough, to make it more interesting still, it has become evident that Jesus employed the lunar eclipse on Passover on April 3rd,
33AD by our calendar to complete his "Great Work", as if working to a schedule known by him and presumably John the Baptist, well in advance. And it
would have been the perfect reverse-sting/hoodwink too because the moon rose over the horizon, as seen from Jerusalem, mid-afternoon, already entering
into the eclipse phase, with Jesus already on the cross, which would have confounded his enemies to realize at that particular juncture, just who was
in control of all the events, right down to the very HOUR, and who was not and who had therefore lost control (power).
"My hour has not yet come" said Jesus, on more than one occasion, slipping through the crowds who were setting out to stone him.
God how I love such a heroic triumph at the expense of everything that is absurd and ridiculous. Way to go Jesus!
So it's (moon-earth-sun relationship) like a divine signature X2
Ref: Day of the Cross
Ref 2: My earlier post
(and please check the post it links to and follow
the crumbs right down the rabbit hole mystery of mysteries).
Also see red moon in my avatar.
Best regards, and God bless of course (it's already happening anyway if you're there),
P.S. For prettyness, and as a point of contemplation, the red moon on my avatar is clipped from this lunar eclipse photo taken with the moon,
appropriately, in the constellation of Leo. The starfield of the background is of course, Aquarius.
Now of course at this point some might object and exclaim - WTH does Jesus and the cross have to do with the moon and super-intelligent design from a
To you I will say that the information has already passed you by and that therefore you are not given to understand it or comprehend it's
significance, not because you are open minded and inquisitive, but solely based on your own bias and expectation, and that's funny too, how only some
are even permitted to see it and recognize it for what it is, funny in a sad sort of way but still amuzing, to have the info so in your face and so
graciously presented (by moi) and yet you cannot recognize it, nor even begin to fathom what it means or signifies. Poor you.
"There is a principal which serves as a bar against all information and proof against all arguments, and which cannot fail to keep a person in
everlasting ignorance. That principal is called - contempt, prior to investigation."
~ Herbert Spencer, Scientist
Oh God it's so funny
- but how did You KNOW?!!!!
edit on 27-5-2013 by NewAgeMan because: edit