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Do you believe in bodily resurrection? 1/2
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I've studied the history of Easter quite a lot and its roots are first found in the sky: The Southern Cross Constellation!
In ancient time, we have to know that The Southern Cross (Crux) constellation was appearing in our northern hemisphere,
for a very short while. It did so only at the vernal equinoxe time, THAT IS OUR EASTER. It slowly disappeared because of
the Precession of equinoxes celestial phenomena, by which the sky formation over our head is very slowly revolving.
Around year 1 it became a souvenir! I think the last time it appeared in our hemisphere was in Germany, around 200.

The equinoxes are also the time of year when nights and days are equals, so this Cosmic Cross symbolized THE UNION OF
OPPOSITES as a symbol of divinity. Since it only appeared at spring break, again very shortly, it both meant for the ancients
THE NATURE'S RESURRECTION and THE SACRIFICE OF A DIVINITY ALLOWING THIS RESURRECTION. Thus, they related that
with the mystic ego/matter sacrifice! It was a glorious cosmic cross which had nothing to do with the Roman's punishment.
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It wasn't discovered by Amerigo Vespucci at all in 1507. The whole thing is just another historical fraud, along with 'his' discovery
of 'America' (while his real name rather was Alderico) The very first reliable mention of it in modern time comes from Emerie
Mollineux, in 1592. The French astronomer Augustin Royer is credited with defining it as a separate constellation in 1679.

I could add that another historical fraud implies the astronomer Claudius Ptolemy, parachuted in the second century while his
-false- calculations (by one degree longitude) hidden the constellation within that of the Centaurus, all along with totally 'neglecting'
to count the precession of equinoxes phenomena! About it, please read 'The Crime of Claudius Ptolemy' by Robert R. Newton.

It must have been the stellar motive for all the sacrificial divinities related with spring fertility in-like Dumuzi, Tammuz, Attis,
Adonis and then Jesus-Christ. IT MEANT THE NATURE'S RESURRECTION. Just look at the Jewish calendar and you'll see that their
forth month is still call TAMMUZ. It's even more surprising to find the month of TEMMOUZ (July) in the Turkish calendar!

The religious reason why it was so carefully omitted from all history books is self-evident and shows the index power of the Catholic
Church and the general illiteracy of the Middle-Age. I am also convinced that the (re)discovery of this constellation, obviously reported
by Christopher Colombus was, partly, why he has been discredited in the last years of his life. So, in the history book as presented to us,
we find this curious absurdity that, in 1492, Colombus discovered the Amerigo Vespucci continent! He might have been able to calculate
the back-precession or, if not, other scholars did just that when he first came back (which in turn brought the Gregorian calendar).

It was a glorious cross, not a penitentiary sanction as portrayed in the West. There, just to sign a name with a cross was often a matter
of death or life. It took a completely different meaning. There is no agonizing Christ on a cross until around 1000. And our crucifix is not
Roman (their Arbor -or Lignum- Infelix) but Gothic. The discovery of the precession of equinoxes by Hipparkhos of Nicea (around ~140,
but Hindus knew it way before) must be the astronomical determining factor for monotheism.

Only a super-god could so move the sky at will, a god exceedingly superior.


Upper left, the Crux with nearby Eta Carinae, closest nebula from us. Bottom right is the 'False Cross'.
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Do you believe in bodily resurrection? 2/2

The feast we now call easter has its origin in archaic Egypt (rather named Khemet, or kemet).
It's the Egyptian feast of Pa-Khunsu which became the Hebrew Passover and the Latin Pachons.

The month of Pachons was between the 16/03 to the 14/04
http://showcase.netins.net/web/ankh/calendar1.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Opet festival (with its Ark of the Covenant):
http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/festival.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Khonsu (Phoenician Eshmun):
http://touregypt.net/featurestories/godkhonsu.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Osiris resurrected, temple of Philae
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The Egyptian Judgment of the Dead, papyrus of Ani (dated -1240)
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Now the explanation of this judgment: the dead (Hunefer) is led by Anubis to Maat's scale. His heart (remorse) must be as light
as the ostrich feather of Maat. If not it'll be consume away by Ammut. If so, then he is lead (as shown here conducted this time
by Horus) to Osiris on his way to Paradise (whose guardian was named Petra). Toth, the Wisdom God lectured the result. Upper
left to Osiris we see the Egyptian Holy Spirit called BA, a bird with a human face, carrying the dead's KA or soul.

In Ancient Egypt the heart was the center of intelligence, not the discursive mind. Truth was personified by Maat and her balance,
symbolizing that no truth is found in dualistic oppositions, because the two sides of everything interact, and are interdependent
like feeding one another. Unity implied differenciations as the flow of energy carried its load of inequalities. This had to be temperate
by the heart for balanced harmony to prevail and a fruitful synthesis to result.

Nicolas de Cusa (1401-64) also concluded in his ''De Docta Ignorantia (1440) that God could best be defined as ''The infinite where
opposites coincide''. By opposites we should understand whatever is conflictual. This is exactly the symbol of the Cross and its joining
Alpha & Omega. Much like the Chinese Chi harmonizing the ever conflicting Yin/Yang.

The resurrecting principle was known way back by the Troyans/Hittites.
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And the Sumerians, through Dumuzi and Inanna, the Tree of Life and... the serpent!
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In Rome, the festival was rather that of ''Liberalia'' (ie. Liber Pater and his consort Libera).
Roman Liberalia
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History of Easter
http://www.leaderu.com/everystudent/eas ... /yama.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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The original cross wasn't the expiating crucifix, but the Greek Chi Rho
The crucifix is not of Roman origin but Gothic and appeared much later.
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As for Jesus-Christ his origin is distantly related to the resurrecting saviors such as Tammuz,
but more intimately to Aliyin, the resurrecting principle of Baal from the Ugaritic pantheon.
Aliyin became the Hebrew El-Elyon, the god of Melchisedek in Genesis 14. And the city we call
Jerusalem was formerly known as Iliya or Aliyin. How much can it be related to Homer's Iliad?
Even Buchari used this appellation often; In Q.83. 18-20 'Illiyin' becomes a written record!
There were Hittites (ie. Troyans) in Palestine before Abraham, thus before Abram was JC!

Then, from the Hebrew Epistle we have the hyphen between Melchisedek, El-Elyon and Christ Jesus.
The etymology for 'Christ' is that of 'chrysalis' or awoken, enlightened, illuminated... transfigured.

But the New Testament was, again, very badly translated for obvious religious convenience.
The Greek word translated 'risen' (from the dead) is egeiro which rather means awoken!
http://www.askwhy.co.uk/christianity/05 ... ection.php" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
All of this repetition of the word, “risen,” looks as if it might reflect the underlying word “Nasi,” which we surmise
was Jesus’s Essene title. A Nasi is one who is raised up and is therefore a leader or a prince. The Essenes messengers
could have been referring to the Nasi, a title the Nazarenes, in the hindsight of the empty tomb, misunderstood literally
to mean “raised up”—resurrected! Unfortunately, here is one of those mistranslations that the biblicists use often to
rewrite the bible how they like it. “egeiro”, actually means to “arouse” or “awaken.” This was the word that Matthew
used when Jesus was asleep in the boat on the stormy lake:

And his disciples came to him, and awoke (“egeiro”) him, saying, Lord, save us: we perish (Mt 8:25)

The actual word meaning “to arise” is “anistemi”, and is what should be used in reference to resurrection, but “egeiro”
is the word that Paul used (1 Cor 15:4,12) in speaking of Christ’s arising—his awakening. Paul makes the distinction clear:
Awake (“egeiro”), thou that sleepest and arise (“anistemi”) from the dead. (Eph 5:14)

Paul used “egeiro”, uniformly translated as “raised”, eleven other times in 1 Corinthians 15:15-52, when he spoke about the
apostles being false witnesses if the dead are not “raised”, faith being dead if the dead are not “raised”, and seed and bodies
being sown in corruption but “raised” in incorruption. (...)

These gospels also use “egeiro”, just as Paul did. It should be translated properly as “awakened” as it was intended.

He is not here, he has risen (egeiro). Mt 28:6-7

Come and see the place where he lay. He has risen (egeiro) from the dead. He is not here, he has risen (egeiro). Lk 24:6

He was raised (egeiro) from the dead. Jn 21:14

All are “awakened” not “risen.” In all of this, Paul and the gospel authors seem to be speaking like an Essene in that they did
not believe that death was final death, but akin to a sleeping state. The final or second death was reserved for the wicked.
Thus people were awakened from the firat death to be judged, but only the righteous would resume life in an incorruptible body.
From all this we can see that the resurrection intended was... spiritual: The Soul's Chrysalis, enlightened, divinely glorified!

Happy Resurrection...
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Now look at the second resurrection.
http://www.unityinchrist.com/destiny/2n ... ction5.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I will give you a clue it is what Jesus was talking about to Nicodemus.

It is the birth of the Holy Spirit.

For those that have been led into his presence they also know that Melchizedek is the Ancient of Days...the one without beginning or end.

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Lotus Feet wrote:Now look at the second resurrection.
http://www.unityinchrist.com/destiny/2n ... ction5.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worldwide_Church_of_God" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
:nono:
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ixolite wrote:
Lotus Feet wrote:Now look at the second resurrection.
http://www.unityinchrist.com/destiny/2n ... ction5.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worldwide_Church_of_God" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
:nono:
David Ben Ariel II
Only gave the link for the bible quotes no other reason.

What happened to David did he leave FFI or was he banned?

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Lotus Feet wrote: What happened to David did he leave FFI or was he banned?

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He got resurrected....

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LOL Bunny.... :heartbeat:

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Happy Easter to every Christian (etc)...

This 'irreverent' pic is for... Psycho Bunny: He likes those. I hope he'll resurrect around here!
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I do not need or refer to a historical Jesus at all, but rely solely on his sayings, as an
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