Revisionist History #2; The True Origins of Christmas

The Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun,
in which they put a man whom they call Christ, in the place of the Sun,
and pay him the same adoration which was originally paid to the Sun.
-Thomas Paine

Were you aware that there were fifteen major religions that had the same identical teachings of Christianity? Most people aren’t.

And I’m very suspect of a sixteenth religion which is copied off of fifteen previous religions, and I am told that this one is the truth.”

Jordan Maxwell, “Matrix of Power”

Zeitgeist: Religion

The Zeitgeist (spirit of the age or spirit of the time) is the intellectual fashion or dominant school of thought which typifies and influences the culture of a period. For example, the architecture and other art of the twentieth century was much influenced by the idea of modernism

The German word Zeitgeist is often attributed to the philosopher Georg Hegel, for example, “no man can surpass his own time, for the spirit of his time is also his own spirit.”[
Introduced in 2007, Zeitgeist has over 4 million viewings. Based primarily on work by some of the greatest revisionist historians of our time:  Jordan Maxwell, D.M. Murdoch, Gerald Massey, MIchael Tsarion and Graham Hancock.

(26 minutes of incredible truths of great historical significance)

Zietgeist Source book where much of below comes from:


Sun on the cross of the vernal equinox image

Christ has died, Christ has risen, Christ will come again.

In short,

On September 21st every year, the Autumn Equinox (equal moon), where their is 12 hours of daylight and night, the Sun (from Earth POV) goes below the equator and sets on the Southern Cross constellation of stars.  For three months it ‘hangs’ on the Southern ‘Cross’.

Then on every December 22nd, it stops descending and ‘dies’ for three days on the ‘cross’. Then, at midnight on December 24th, the son/sun is ‘reborn’ and once again rises off its ‘cross’.  Then, for the next three months it climbs back above the equator and on March 21st, the Vernal Equinox, the Sun overpowers the darkness and has ‘risen’ once again to grow life giving food and provide abundance to all.


Christmas Day, The Once Again Reborn Sun of God

There is another very interesting phenomenon that occurs around December 25th, or the winter solstice. From the summer solstice to the winter solstice, the days become shorter and colder. And from the perspective of the northern hemisphere, the sun appears to move south and get smaller and more scarce. The shortening of the days and the expiration of the crops when approaching the winter solstice symbolized the process of death to the ancients. It was the death of the sun. And by December 22nd, the sun’s demise was fully realized, for the sun, having moved south continually for six months, makes it to its lowest point in the sky. Here a curious thing occurs: the sun stops moving south, at least perceivably, for three days.

Regarding the motif of the three-day entombment and rebirth of the sun, Murdock summarizes:

…many of the world‘s crucified godmen have their traditional birthdays on December 25th (―Christmas).

This date is set because the ancients recognized that (from a geocentric perspective in the northern hemisphere) the sun makes an annual descent southward until after midnight of December 21st, the winter solstice, when it stops moving southerly for three days and then starts to move northward again. During this time, the ancients declared that ―God‘s sun had ―died for three days and was ―born again after midnight of December 24th. Thus, these many different cultures celebrated with great joy the ―sun of God‘s  birthday on December 25th. 

The significance of this solar death/rebirth and its allegorical connection to various godman is confirmed by many scholars, including astronomer Dr. Krupp as concerns Osiris:
The myth of Osiris involves his own death and resurrection, a theme that echoes the daily cycle of the sun‘s death and its rebirth at dawn.

Concerning the annual solar death and resurrection, Frazer relates:

In the Julian calendar the twenty-fifth of December was reckoned the winter solstice, and it was regarded as the Nativity of the Sun, because the day begins to lengthen and the power of the sun to increase from that turning-point of the year. The ritual of the nativity, as it appears to have been celebrated in Syria and Egypt, was remarkable. The celebrants retired into certain inner shrines, from which at midnight they issued with a loud cry, ―The Virgin has brought forth! The light is waxing!‖ The Egyptians even represented the newborn sun by the image of an infant which on his birthday, the winter solstice, they brought forth and exhibited to his worshippers. No doubt the Virgin who thus conceived and bore a son on the twenty-fifth of December was the great Oriental goddess whom the Semites called the Heavenly Virgin or simply the Heavenly Goddess; in Semitic lands she was a form of Astarte…

Thus it appears that the Christian Church chose to celebrate the birthday of its Founder on the twenty-fifth of December in order to transfer the devotion of the heathen from the Sun to him who was called the Sun of Righteousness [Jesus]….

The solar and vegetative death and re-conception occur at the vernal equinox, with a birth at the winter solstice. Discussing the former motif vis-à-vis Attis, Dr. George R.H. Wright states:
The fertility cult of the dying god Attis and the Great Mother Cybele was introduced to Rome from its seat at Pessinus in Asia Minor in 204 BC… Attis the son of a virgin mother (Nana) sacrificed himself by a tree and the great festival of the cult centered around the raising up of a sacred (pine) tree swatched like a corpse in a winding sheet.



All the following pre-Christian deities shared the myth of a virgin birth on December 25th, crucifixion and resurrection:


Chrishna of Hindostand, Budha Sakia of India, Salivahana of Bermuda, Zulis and Osiris of Egypt, Odin of the Scandinavians, Crite of Chaldea, Zoroaster and Mithra of Persia, Baal and Taut of Phoenecia, Indra of Tibet, Bali of Afghanistan, Jao of Nepal, Wittoba of the Bilingonese, Thammuz of Syria, Atys of Phrygia, Xamolxis of Thrace, Zoar of the Bonzes, Adad of Assyria, Deva Tat and Sammonocadam of Siam, Alcides of Thebes, Mikado of the Sintoos, Beddru of Japan, Hesus, Eros, and Bremrillah of the Druids, Thor of the Gauls, Cadmus of Greece, Hill and Feta of the Mandaites, Gentaut and Quexalcote of Mexico, Universal Monarch of the Sibyls, Ischy of the island of Formosa, Divine Teacher of Plato, Holy One of Xaca, Fohi and Tien of China, Adonis of Greece, Prometheus of Caucasus, and Ixion and Quirinus of Rome.

(For more info read: “The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors – Christianity Before Christ” by Kersey Graves)


The very same basic storyline that came out of Constantine’s Council of Nicea in 325 AD already existed for thousands of years.

“Christianity resembled certain elements of Roman belief, particularly the worship of Mithra, or Mithraism. As ‘Protector of the Empire,’ Mithra was closely tied to the sun gods, Helios and Apollo. Mithra’s birthday on December 25, close to the winter solstice, became Jesus‘s birthday. Shepherds were to have witnessed Mithra’s birth and were to have partaken in a last supper with Mithra before he returned to heaven. Mithra’s ascension, correlating to the sun’s return to prominence around the spring equinox, became the Christian holiday of Easter.

Christians took over a cave-temple dedicated to Mithra in Rome on the Vatican Hill, making it the seat of the Catholic Church. The Mithraic high priest’s title, Pater Patrum, soon became the title for the bishop of Rome, Papa or Pope. The fathers of Christianity explained the remarkable similarities of Mithraism as the work of the devil, declaring the much older legends of Mithraism to be an insidious imitation of the one true faith.”

Helen Ellerbe, “The Dark Side of Christian History

” (223)

“Everything Christians believe about Jesus, the Romans and Persians believed about Mithra. Sunday was the sacred day for Mithraists because he was a Sun God and they called this The Lord’s Day … The writer, H. G. Wells, pointed out that many of the phrases used by Paul for Jesus were the same as those used by the followers of Mithra. The Liturgy of Mithra is the Liturgy of Jesus.


Papal Revisionist History

(2012) Pope Benedict Now Declares Christmas Day Wrong Day for Birth of Jesus. Change Your Calendars World !
(think he’s trying to get the Xmas Sun of God truther’s off the scent???)

“The calculation of the beginning of our calendar – based on the birth of Jesus – was made by Dionysius Exiguus, who made a mistake in his calculations by several years,” the Pope
writes in the book, which went on sale around the world with an initial print run of a million copies.”The actual date of Jesus’s birth was several years before.”
The assertion that the Christian calendar is based on a false premise is not new – many historians believe that Christ was born sometime between 7BC and 2BC.But the fact that doubts over one of the keystones of Christian tradition have been raised by the leader of the world’s one billion Catholics is striking.

(2012) Pope Benedict Now Declares Nativity Scene a ‘Myth’

As churches and families around the world prepare to dust off their Nativity figures for the festive season, Benedict
writes in a new book on Christ that contrary to popular belief, Jesus’s birth was not presided over by oxen, asses, camels or indeed any other beasts.
“There is no mention of animals in the Gospels,” he wrote in the third and last volume of his biography of Jesus Christ, which like the previous two books is expected to become an international best-seller, with an initial print run of a million copies.


Pope raises doubts over presence of animals in traditional nativity scenes
“The inclusion of domestic animals in the Nativity scene may have been inspired by pre-Christian traditions ” ‘And on the third day after the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, Mary went out of the cave, and, entering a stable, placed the child in a manger, and an ox and an ass adored him. Then was fulfilled that which was said by the prophet Isaiah, “The ox knows his owner, and the ass his master’s crib.”
The Pagan Nativity Story

The Donkey/Manger/Sagitarius

Among the stars of Cancer
is a small grouping appearing on the back of the Crab’s shell which includes the Aselli, or Asses, along with Praesaepe (M44) the Beehive or Manger. Popularly this configuration was known as the “Manger”, or “Crib” in which Christ was born (it has been suggested that this is because Cancer was the “Gate of Man”).The two Asses outflank the “Manger” (Praesaepe
). This might be the origin, as seen in nativity pictures of the birth of Christ, of the positioning of a donkey always behind the manger*

The word comes from Latin, means “a crib, a manger, a hive, or a fold for animals.” In Job 38:32, God asked if Job could “Guide the constellation Ash (‘Butterfly’) with his ‘Multitude’ (‘Offspring’ or ‘Children’ or ‘Sons’)”. This refers to Cancer and the Praesepe cluster. It is all the more significant since Job had stated in his discussion in Job 19:25 “I know that my Redeemer Lives, and He will stand on the Earth in the Last Days. And though after death worms consume my body, yet in my flesh will I see God, whom my own eyes will behold, and not another’s.”

The name “Cancer” may be related to Arabic. In old Arabic this sign was “Khan Ker” which means “priest-prince.”


The Ox/Bull/Taurus

The Hebrew word for bull or ox is “shur” which also means “to return” or “to come back”. The brightest star is Aldebaran which means “the follower”.  The second brightest is El Nath. There are two distinct star groups in Taurus: the Hyades and the Pleiades. Hyades means “congregated” while Pleiades comes from the  Hebrew for “gathering” and the Greek “Pleistos” or “Pleion” which means “The many”, “the excellent” or “the great”. The Japanese name for the Pleiades is Subaru, and the Persian name is Soraya. Ancient Greeks called them “the clusterers.” The Bible sometimes refers to the Pleiades as the “seven stars” and sometimes to “Pleiades.” They are mentioned in Job 9:9, 38:31-32; Amos 5:8; Rev.1:16, 20.

In Job it is the Pleiades, but in Revelation, Christ is holding the seven stars in His hand, representing the seven churches. Since the Hebrew word for the Pleiades comes from the root meaning “gathering,” the meaning was inescapable for the early church. Seven gatherings — seven churches. Christ used a star picture people knew and applied it to His Church.

So Christ gave us the main part of the Bible story in this constellation. However, remember that the word for “bull” is also the word for “return,” and this is another important part of the story. We are almost to the end of the Zodiac, and the promise is there that Christ will return.

At that time the Southern Cross, on the opposite side, was a figure of the Autumn crossing, the sign of the sacrificial offering, the crucified of the solar allegory, so far as the suffering, descending, diminishing sun was ever represented as the crucified; and every time Orion the conqueror of darkness rose, the Cross of Autumn set…224

“According to legend, Jesus was born in a stable between a horse and a goat, symbols of Sagittarius and Capricorn. He was baptized in Aquarius, the WaterBearer. ? He chose his first disciples, fishermen, in Pisces, the sign of the fishes. ? He became the Good Shepherd and the Lamb in Aries, the Ram. Jesus told the parables of the sowing and tilling of the fields in Taurus, the Bull. ?

In Cancer, ‘the celestial Sea of Galilee,’ he calmed the storm and waters, spoke of backsliders (the Crab), and rode the ass and foal in triumph into the City of Peace, Jerusalem. ? Jesus was the Lion in Leo. ?

In Libra, Christ was the true vine in the Garden of Gethsemane, the ‘wine press,’ as this is the time of the grape harvest. ? Jesus was betrayed by Judas, the ‘backbiter,’ or Scorpio. ? In Sagittarius, Jesus was wounded in the side by the Centaur, or centurion.”

Acharya S., “The Christ Conspiracy

” (1156)



   The Sea Goat/Capricorn (Dec 22 -Jan 21)

(this is where the term ‘kid’ comes from)

The Goat was a sacrifical animal. The sea is an almost universal picture of humanity. The brightest star in this constellation is actually a double star. It is Deneb Al Giedi – “the Judge who is the sacrifice.” The goat, in ancient Israel, had a double role to play. One was designated as a ‘scape goat’ who would vicarously carry the sins of the people into the wilderness. Another goat would be the sacrifice.

In line with the picture presented in this constellation, as well as many passages in the Bible, Jesus referred to Himself as the ‘son of man.’ He was from humanity — that’s the fish part. He was the sacrifice — that is the goat part. And, as the double star informs us, He is also the Judge as well as the Sacrifice.

It is interesting that an entire picture is drawn around this simple star grouping. However the picture has been with us for thousands of years — a goat with a fish tail, or ‘sea goat.’ This ‘sea goat’ was a god in Sumeria. If the gospel in the stars had been known since at least the time of Noah, if not earlier, then the Sumerians were remembering a piece of the story and making a god out of the star group itself.

At that time the Southern Cross, on the opposite side, was a figure of the Autumn crossing, the sign of the sacrificial offering, the crucified of the solar allegory, so far as the suffering, descending, diminishing sun was ever represented as the crucified; and every time Orion the conqueror of darkness rose, the Cross of Autumn set…224

“According to legend, Jesus was born in a stable between a horse and a goat, symbols of Sagittarius and Capricorn. He was baptized in Aquarius, the WaterBearer. ? He chose his first disciples, fishermen, in Pisces, the sign of the fishes. ? He became the Good Shepherd and the Lamb in Aries, the Ram. Jesus told the parables of the sowing and tilling of the fields in Taurus, the Bull. ?

In Cancer, ‘the celestial Sea of Galilee,’ he calmed the storm and waters, spoke of backsliders (the Crab), and rode the ass and foal in triumph into the City of Peace, Jerusalem. ? Jesus was the Lion in Leo. ?

In Libra, Christ was the true vine in the Garden of Gethsemane, the ‘wine press,’ as this is the time of the grape harvest. ? Jesus was betrayed by Judas, the ‘backbiter,’ or Scorpio. ? In Sagittarius, Jesus was wounded in the side by the Centaur, or centurion.”

Acharya S., “The Christ Conspiracy



In Prehistoric Lunar Astronomy, Indian scholar Dr. S.B. Roy remarks:
To the ancients…heaven was the land of gods and mystery. The sky…was itself living. The stars were the abode of the gods. The shining stars were indeed themselves luminous gods. Astronomy was the knowledge not of heavenly bodies, but of heavenly beings: It was the heavenly, celestial cosmic or divine knowledge—knowledge of devas—the bright luminous gods.7

The selection of the twenty-fifth of December as [Jesus‘s] birthday…having been from time immemorial dedicated to the Sun, the inference is that the Son of God and the Sun of heaven enjoying the same birthday, were at one time identical beings. The fact that Jesus‘ death was accompanied with the darkening of the Sun, and that the date of his resurrection is also associated with the position of the Sun at the time of the vernal equinox, is a further intimation that we have in the story of the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus, an ancient and nearly universal Sun-myth, instead of verifiable historical events.

Why do the same stories, dates, numbers, and symbols show up repeatedly in religious myths and texts all across the ancient world?

“This is related to the winter solstice or midwinter festival when the Sun is at the least powerful point in its cycle in the northern hemisphere. They said that on the solstice, our December 21/22nd, the Sun had ‘died’. Three days later the 25th they said the Sun was born or born again. Thus we have a long line of Sun gods given the ‘birthday’ of December 25th. The Jesus of the Gospels is a symbol of the Sun and the stories include a host of other Mystery school knowledge and esoteric concepts.”

David Icke, “Tales from the Time Loop”

“For three days, December 22nd , 23rd, and 24th, the Sun rises on the exact same latitudinal (declinations) degree. This is the only time in the year that the Sun actually stops its movement northward or Southward in our sky. On the morning of December 25th the Sun moves one degree northward beginning its annual journey back to us in the Northern Hemisphere, ultimately bringing our spring. Anything steadily moving all year long that suddenly stops moving for three days was considered to have died. Therefore, God’s Sun who was dead for three days, moves onedegree northward on December 25th and is symbolically born again!”

Jordan Maxwell,

Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, is the star in the East. On Dec. 24th it aligns with the three brightest stars in Orion’s belt which are called (and have been called since ancient times) the “three kings.”

The three kings line up perfectly with Sirius pointing to the exact spot in which the Sun will rise the next morning. The larger constellation in which this takes place was known to the ancients as the “manger” or the “cradle” which is visible just before dawn on Dec. 25th . So the three kings or three magi effectually “follow” the star in the East to the manger, the birthplace of God’s Sun at the Winter Solstice. “Easter” also derives from the Eastern Star Sirius.

The three gifts of the magi are Frankincense, Myrrh, and Gold. Frankincense is an amber resin that was burned at solar temples, Myrrh was known as “tears of the Sun,” and Gold too long represented the Sun in the ancient world.

The recurrent “virgin” theme represents the constellation Virgo, which is Latin for virgin. “The ancient glyph for Virgo looks like an M which explains the M names of “virgin mothers” like Jesus’ mother Mary, Adonis’ mother Myrra, Buddha’s mother Maya, and Horus’ mother IsisMeri. Virgo is also called the House of Bread and the zodiacal symbol shows a woman holding a chaff of wheat, representing the August/September time of harvest.

Bethlehem also means “House of Bread” and is a reference to the constellation Virgo, not a place on Earth. At its lowest point the sky on Dec. 22nd the Sun resides in the Southern Cross or the Crux, a cross formed by stars symbolizing the crucifixion.



After steadily traveling downward since the last solstice, the Sun stops movement at the Southern Crux for 3 days then rises again the Son dies on the cross and after 3 days is resurrected.

“No people of the ancient world believed the Sun to be God. That belongs in the disinformation file. In point of fact, every ancient culture and nation on Earth have all used the Sun as the most logically appropriate symbol to represent the glory of the unseen Creator of the heavens. Here it is important to remember two points.

First, with the exception of Japan, the ancient world mythologies always understood the Sun to be masculine in qualities, and the moon feminine. Second, the English language is derived from the German. In the Germanic, the word Sun is spelled Sonne (Son). The two words can (and have been) used interchangeably … Ancient man saw in his male offspring his own image and likeness, and his own existence as a father was proved by the person of his son.

Thus, it was assumed that God’s Sun was but a visible representative of the unseen Creator in heaven. So it was said, ‘when you have seen the Son, you have seen the Father.’ Said another way is ‘The Father is glorified in His Son’ … The ancient peoples reasoned that no one on Earth could ever lay claim of ownership to the Sun. Such a magnificent heavenly body must belong to the unseen Creator of the universe. It became, figuratively speaking, not man’s but God’s Sun.

It was only a short hop and skip to the understanding that God’s Sun was ‘The Light of the World’ … Logically even if man himself dies, as long as the Sun comes up each day, life on Earth will continue forever. Therefore, it was said in the ancient texts that everlasting life was ‘the gift’ that the Father gives through his Sun.”

Jordan Maxwell,

To ancient man the most dangerous, feared enemy was the unknown darkness of night, thereby making the Sun, the light, heaven’s gift to the world. Without its light we cannot see, without its warmth we cannot move, without its energy our food cannot grow. Our very lives depend on the energy emitting from the Sun, making it our life and savior. God so loves the world that he has given his only begotten Sun so that we may have everlasting life.

That is why in Deut 4:24 and Heb 12:29 God is “consuming fire in heaven.”

The Prince of Darkness is the Dark Evil, the Devil, Devil. God is the Good; God’s Sun is the Light of the World, and the Prince of Peace. The Peace he brings is Solace – Solace again from the word Solar, meaning Sun. In the Egyptian personification, the Prince of Darkness was known as “Set” and the Sun was known as “Horus.” So every night at SunSet the Dark Prince overtakes the world. But every morning the Sun is born again at Sun Rise, Horus is risen on the Horizon.

This is where we get the word “Hero,” the cheer “Hooray!” and also why an interpretation of the zodiac is a Horoscope.

“At daybreak this wonderful newborn child, God’s Sun is Born Again, Horus is Risen. Even today when the Sun comes up we see it on the ‘HorusRisen’ or ‘Horizon.’ His life was also divided into 12 parts or steps across Heaven each day: 12 Horus = 12 Hours. This is the origin of the modern 12 Step Program. Horus is the (newborn) Sun, or the Bringer of the Light. In Latin, Light Bringer is Lucis, or Lucifer, or Luke … God’s Sun brought His wonderful light to the world, and distributed it over 12 months.

So it was said, God’s Sun had 12 companions, or helpers, that assisted His lifesaving work. So it was, God’s Sun had 12 apostles (or months) that followed Him religiously through His life. Incidentally, now you know why the American jury system has 12 jurors who help bring the truth to light, with the ‘Light of Truth’ … Keep in mind God’s Sun symbolically represented the light of truth, but was condemned by His enemies who could not endure the light of truth in their life. When we are confronted with the harsh realities of life, the light of truth, which we do not wish to face, and which runs counter to our views, such truth is judged in your mind, or judged in the temple area of your brain, and put to death in your head!

Therefore God’s Sun –The Truth and The Light – is put to death at Golgotha, or Place of the Skull, located somewhere between your ears! This putting to death of the light of truth in your mind is always accompanied by two thieves: Regret for the past and Fear of the future. And of course God’s Sun goes to His death wearing a corona – Latin for Crown of Thorns.”

–Jordan Maxwell,

So your “temples” or at the Golgatha (which means Place of the Skull), God’s Sun, the light of truth, is judged and crucified along with the two thieves of past and future.

A cross illuminated by the setting sun Stock Photo - 441761
A cross illuminated by the setting sun

The Sun’s corona, the plasma atmosphere around the Sun, is then allegorically used as the Son’s (Latin translation) Crown of Thorns.

Cultures all over the ancient world kept track of time and seasons based on the movement of the Sun. They invented circular sundials and sun calendars which recorded daily and yearly time (lunar calendars recorded months). This method of circular solar based time keeping was used by the ancient Mexicans, Mayans, Incas, Aztecs, Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Egyptians, Celtics, Aryans and more. (


Olcott summarizes the cross‘s solar significance:
Chief among these ecclesiastical solar symbols is the cross, symbol of the Christian faith, a symbol that antedated the birth of Christ, and one that found its origin in solar worship. It occurs upon the monuments and utensils of every primitive people, from China to Yucatan. It may be asked, how did the cross, symbol of the sun, originate?…

The simple cross, with perpendicular and transverse arms of equal length, represents the nave and spokes of the solar wheel, sending forth its rays in all directions. In the ancient parish church of Bebington, Cheshire, England, there is to be seen to this day not only the solar wheel, as one of the adornments of the reredos, but deltas, acorns, and Maltese crosses (all of which are pagan symbols) enter profusely into the decorative features of the edifice….270

Jordan Maxwell likewise explains the zodiacal cross:
On the round surface of the yearly calendar, you draw a straight line directly across the middle, cutting the circle in half—one end being the point of the winter solstice; the other end being the point of the summer solstice. Then draw another straight line (crossing the first one). One end of the new line being the spring equinox; the other end being the autumn equinox… This is referred to by all major encyclopedias and reference work, both ancient and modern, as ―The Cross of the Zodiac  Thus, the life of God‘s ―Sun is on ―the Cross. This is why we see the round circle of the Sun on the crosses of Christian Churches.

This is why Jesus in early occult art is always shown with his head on the cross, for Jesus is the sun, the “Sun of God,” the “Light of the World,” the “Risen Savior,” who will “come again,” as it does every morning, the Glory of God who defends against the works of darkness, as he is “born again” every morning, and can be seen “coming in the clouds,” “up in Heaven,” with his “Crown of Thorns,” or, sun rays.

All of these characteristics can be found in the Bible (King James Version):
―Light of the World‖ (Jn 9:5) ―The Risen Savior‖ (Mt 28:6) ―come again‖ (Jn 14:3) ―Glory of God‖ (2 Cor 4:6) defends against the works of darkness (Rom 13:12) ―born again‖ (Jn 3:3) ―coming in the clouds‖ (Mk 13:26) in Heaven (Jn 3:13) ―Crown of Thorns‖ (Jn 19:5)

The saintly halo originated with the sun-god Helios, as pointed out even by Christian writers, such as Wayne Blank of Daily Bible Study:
The heads of Saints didn‘t really glow as is so often portrayed in religious art. The use of the halo, or nimbus, originated with the pagan Greeks and Romans to represent their sun god, Helios. Later artists adopted it for use in Christian images.

The halo is actually just the sun behind the person‘s head… It‘s easy to recognize once one realizes what it is, although it‘s also often stylized to make it less obvious. Originally a very devious way of mixing idolatrous sun worship with Christianity by converts who were not all that converted, the pagan halo became an unfortunate tradition in Christian art.

As concerns Christ‘s solar nature, Dr. K.A. Heinrich Kellner, a professor of Catholic Theology at the University of Bonn, states:
…The comparison of Christ with the sun, and of His work with the victory of light over darkness, frequently appears in the writings of the Fathers. St. Cyprian spoke of Christ as the true sun (sol verus). St. Ambrose says precisely, ―He is our new sun (Hic sol novus noster).  For more on the subject, see Murdock‘s Jesus as the Sun throughout the Ages, as well as ―Jesus Christ, Sun of God‖ in Suns of God


Out of these circular, pictorial Sun calendars developed the Holy cross. The Sun is portrayed on a cross – a circle with perpendicular lines intersecting in the middle, the horizontal axis representing the Spring and Autumn Equinoxes, the vertical axis representing the Summer and Winter Solstices.

This is the reason you often see a circle around Christian, Celtic, ancient and modern crosses.

“Since the Earth experienced 4 different seasons, all the same and equal (in time) each year, the round Sun calendar was divided into 4 equal parts. This is also why we have, in the Bible, only 4 Gospels. Of this point, there can be no doubt. The 4 Gospels represent the 4 seasons which collectively tell the entire story of the life of God’s Sun. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John are Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. This is why the famous painting of ‘The Last Supper’ pictures the 12 followers of the Sun in four groups (of three) the seasons!”

Jordan Maxwell, (


The Book of Mark is the Book of Mars. The planet/archetype Mars is the ruler of Aries which makes the Book of Mark, in zodiacal terms, the Book of Aries. The word “arise” comes from Aries, as it is the first house of the zodiac where the sun arises during the spring equinox/Easter.

Aries month is April which comes from the Latin “aperio,” meaning to open or begin. Just as Aries is the first zodiacal sign, April was (and still is in many cultures) the first month of the calendar year. To the ancients, the spring equinox was a more appropriate calendrical beginning because it is when the daytime hours officially overtake the nighttime hours. The Sun is resurrected, its light triumphs over darkness, and Gaia begins to bloom again.

The Book of Luke is the Book of Leo. Luke is Latin for Lucius meaning Light and the House of Light is Leo the Lion. Lions are used the world over to symbolize the Sun and its rays which resemble the lion’s yellow face and flowing mane.

Christ (the other Sun symbol) is often called the “Lion of Judaea.”

“In Celtic Ireland the name Leo was Lugh, another solar hero and mystic. In Wales he was Llew, to the Romans Lugus, to the Sumerians Lughal. Its not the same dude on walkabout, it’s the Astrological sign of Leo. In the Christian iconography we have one of the Evangelists represented by a Lion. In the Nativity scenes we see 4 animals around the cradle of the Son/Sun king. One of these is also a Lion. Christians probably believe that there was one in the area and just happened to wander into the inn to take a peek at sleeping Jesus. Good thing it wasn’t very hungry.”

Michael Tsarion, Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology

The Book of Matthew or Matt is actually Maat, the Egyptian Goddess. Maat is almost always symbolized blindfolded holding the Scales of Justice which relates astrologically to Libra. Libra was the last sign officially added to the zodiac, which is why Matt was the last of the 12 to join.

He is also symbolized by the Eagle in Christian iconography because Aquila the Eagle is the closest animal constellation to Libra.

“Maat is pronounced Mayat. She is the Mahat of the Brahmins, the Meath of the Celts, the Tiamat of the Skalds, the Maia of the Romans and the Mara of the pagans. Now in the Bible, we read that Matthew was the disciple that the other 11 did not want to accept. The reason for this was that he was a taxcollector, (perfidious company in any age). However behind all the hyperbole, we have a secret concealed. The symbol of the taxcollectors has always been the scales or balances. This is because they did not only want currency, but they took grain and livestock also, and their lackeys would carry large scales around. It is the same today in rural, eastern communities.”

Michael Tsarion, Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology

Finally, the Book of John is the Book of Aquarius. John is for January which is the month corresponding to Aquarius. The symbol for Aquarius is a man carrying/pouring a pitcher of water which is why we have Baptism and John the Baptist. John’s death by beheading is another astrological allegory whereby on August 29th, John’s (Aquarius’) head/star moves just above the horizon, while the rest of his body/constellation remains below the horizon.

At exactly this time, on dusk August 29th, the sun sets in Leo (the kingly sign representing Herod) and so Herod beheads John.

    “John comes from Jahan or Jahn, which comes from the earlier Ionnes, Oannes (the Fish god). Jahan or Jahn gives us other names, like Jane, Joan, Janus and even Jasus or Jesus. It eventually gives us the word Jahnuary or January … During January (Aquarius), the Nile waters were the purist, so the Egyptians would collect it for use in telestic rites.

The sign of Aquarius became associated with baptism, cleansing and purification by water. This was borrowed by the Israelites and finds its way into the Christian traditions. So now we see the gospels clearly detailed as signs of the zodiac. The sunking must pass through these signs. They are his ‘chroniclers’ (‘chron’ means time specifically relating to the round of the zodiac). They are his measurers, his ‘Apostles’ (‘post’ means demarcation post, a colure of the zodiac). They are his ‘Disciples’ (‘disc’ means round circle, as is the zodiac).”

Michael Tsarion, Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology


The ‘Church’ was sure that the study of astrology would undermine its religion if people thought that the sun, the moon, the stars, the signs of the zodiac and the planets, hold life and death at their own pleasure … and that they rule and govern both the bodies and souls of man. In this scenario the planets and stars should be adored and worshiped as gods, which they are of course.

Astrology survives in our western culture because Christianity embraced it with one hand, while condemning it as a devilish art on the other.”

Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”


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Luke 22:10 reads:

“Behold, when ye are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you bearing a pitcher of water … follow him into the house where he entereth in.”

This is the symbol of Aquarius – a man bearing a pitcher of water, the end of the age of Pisces. Pisces, our current age, is symbolized by 2 fish. This is why Jesus befriends 2 fishermen when he begins his ministry. In Matt 4:19 Jesus says to Peter, “I will make you fishers of men.”

In Matt 14:17 Jesus feeds them with fish saying “We only have five loaves of bread and 2 fish.” Virgo (the House of Bread) is the fifth sign of the zodiac, giving us five loaves of Virgo and 2 Piscean fish.

The Piscean dual fish symbol is found in many old Christian churches and artwork.

This is also why we have the Jesus-fish symbol seen on every born-again Christian’s bumper.

The word Nun is Hebrew for fish, and if you look closely, turned horizontally, the Pope’s headdress is actually a big fish head.

“The Christian Mythos coincided with the Age of Pisces. This is the reason why there is much in the way of water symbolism in the New Testament. There is the mention of Baptism, the fact that the disciples were mostly fishermen. Then there is the walking on the water, the washing the feet of the disciples, the feeding of the five thousand with two fish, etc,. The Christians still use the symbol of the fish to symbolize Jesus.

The letters of the word Jesus Christ the Savior of the World, in Latin, give the word for fish. The Pope wears the “Ring of the Fisherman,” and the Pope’s headdress is a fish head, from the side. The early Christians were called the “Little Fishes.” In the Old Testament we read about the prophet Jonah being swallowed by the whale or the great fish.



Easter ~ The Sun of God has Risen

Easter is on the first Full Moon AFTER the first day of Spring ~ A Celestial Event

In his extensive analysis in The Golden Bough regarding the “dying and rising gods,” Sir James George Frazer concluded that the story of Easter as a time of rebirth, renewal and resurrection of life in general could be found in the myths of non-Christian deities such as the Greco-Phrygian god Attis and the Greco-Syrian god Adonis, among others. While various of Frazer’s contentions have come under fire, frequently from Christian apologists, in The Riddle of Resurrection, Dr. Tryggve N.D. Mettinger demonstrates the dying-and-rising theme overall to be sound.

Cybele Magna Mater Attis imageDiscussing Attis along with his consort/mother Cybele (the “Metroac” cult/mysteries), Dr. Andrew T. Fear, a professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Manchester, remarks:

“The youthful Attis after his murder was miraculously brought to life again three days after his demise. The celebration of this cycle of death and renewal was one of the major festivals of the metroaccult. Attis therefore represented a promise of reborn life and as such it is not surprising that we find representations of the so-called mourning Attis as a common tomb motif in the ancient world.

“The parallel, albeit at a superficial level, between this myth and the account of the resurrection of Christ is clear. Moreover Attis as a shepherd occupies a favourite Christian image of Christ as the good shepherd. Further parallels also seem to have existed: the pine tree of Attis, for example, was seen as a parallel to the cross of Christ.

“Beyond Attis himself, Cybele too offered a challenge to Christian divine nomenclature. Cybele was regarded as a virgin goddess and as such could be seen as a rival to the Virgin Mary… Cybele as the mother of the Gods, mater Deum, here again presented a starkly pagan parallel to the Christian Mother of God.

“There was rivalry too in ritual. The climax of the celebration of Attis’ resurrection, the Hilaria, fell on the 25th of March, the date that the early church had settled on as the day of Christ’s death….” (Lane, 39-40)

Attis and Cybele imageThe festival associated with Cybele and Attis, called the “Megalensia,” was celebrated specifically in the spring, with a passion play commemorating Attis’s death and resurrection. (Salzman, 87) Dr. Fear thus asserts this mourning period of the god Attis to have comprised three days. In reality, this pre-Christian cult remained popular well into the common era, and its similarities to Christianity were not considered “superficial” by the Church fathers such as Augustine who wrote about them. The parallels between the Attis myth and the gospel story are in fact startling and highly noteworthy, and in reality represent an archetypal myth that was evidently changed to revolve around a Jewish messiah, with numerous details added for a wide variety of purposes. Fear’s analysis includes the debate as to when this prototypical springtime death-and-resurrection motif was associated with the pre-Christian god Attis, with various scholars averring its components to have been added in response to Christianity.

Contrary to the current fad of dismissing all correspondences between Christianity and Paganism, the fact that Attis was at some point a “dying and rising god” is concluded by Mettinger who relates: “Since the time of Damascius (6th cent. AD/CE), Attis seems to have been believed to die and return.” (Mettinger, 159) By that point, we possess clear discussion in writing of Attis having been resurrected, but when exactly were these rites first celebrated and where? Attis worship is centuries older than Jesus worship and was popular in some parts of the Roman Empire before and well into the “Christian era.”

In addition, it is useful here to reiterate that simply because something occurred after the year 1 AD/CE does not mean that it was influenced by Christianity, as it may have happened where Christianity had never been heard of. In actuality, not much about Christianity emerges until the second century, and there remain to this day places where Christianity is unknown; hence, these locations can still be considered pre-Christian.

The cycle of nature, reflected in the myth of Dionysius’s [sic] death and rebirth, tied to the harvest, emphasized the promise of new life to those who followed the cult….

“A second cult worth recounting is that of Isis. This cult was arguably the most important of the mystery religions of the Roman Empire. The figure of Isis was identified with Demeter…but developed her own cult, well-reflected in evidence from Egypt during the Roman period, especially in terms of health and overcoming of disease.” (Porter, 75)

Horus ResurrectedNext Porter relates the story of the Egyptian god Horus’s resurrection from death as recounted by Diodorus (1.25.6), adding:

“The word used for raised from the dead is αναστησαι [anastesai], widely used in the New Testament for ‘resurrection’ as well. This same power, evidenced also in Isis’s husband/brother Osiris, was then in some sense transferred to all later initiates, who went through a process of initiation into the cult of Isis.” (Porter, 76)

Thus, in Horus’s myth emerges a resurrection or anastasis, using the precise term found in the later New Testament, in the century before Christ’s purported revivification. This fact is highly significant in that it demonstrates yet another solid link between the Egyptian and Christian religions….

The Christian celebration of “Easter,” the supposed time of Christ’s death and resurrection, follows a roving date traditionally placed on the first full moon following the vernal equinox, which has occurred occasionally during the equinoctial three-day period, as it did in 2008. This wandering date indicates that Christ’s passion and resurrection are not “historical,” with their placement following the full moon after or at the vernal equinox, demonstrating their astrotheological nature instead….

The “Christos” is not only the sun triumphing over the darkness as the day becomes longer than the night, but it is also the sun’s light in the moon, as the moon waxes and wanes monthly. Hence, the full moon likewise represents the sun’s “resurrection,” and the theme within Christianity also appears to have been influenced by Osiris’s entrance into the moon at the vernal equinox as well. That the date of Christ’s death and resurrection is based on astrotheology is thorougly demonstrated in the subject’s discussion by ancient Church fathers, including the writers of the Alexandria or Paschal Chronicle, also called the “Easter Chronicle” (3rd to 6th/7th cent. AD/CE). In that text, the authors spend significant time calculating the proper dates for Easter, based on astrotheological considerations. In any event, the deity reborn or raised up at the vernal equinox or springtime is a recurring theme not representing a “historical” personage but, rather, a natural phenomenon, i.e., Spring.


Sumerian Consecration to King Shulgi (2095-2047 BC)

(Left) Ice Age stone carving of the Venus of Laussel in central France (dated 21,000-18,000 BC). Just one of the many clear messages enduring the ages that confirm human celestial mathematical knowledge of the nexus between the Moon’s egg shaped orbit, and the 28/29.5 day gestation reproductive cycle.

Here, the pregnant figurine is shown embracing her womb while holding the cornucopia, or crescent horn marked with 13 incisions, symbolizing the number of 13 Moons, or 13 degrees a day in a calendar year.

The 9 month impregnation period for human female likewise became very discernible in the Heavens via the marriage between the Sun and Moon, with this period eventually becoming converted into early fertilization mythology, or otherwise known as exemplifying the conception and pregnancy of the Sun at the first Full Moon (Good Friday) once the Sun became crucified on the equinox (Easter) and was born 9 months later in December at the Winter Solstice (Christmas).

These Solar and Lunar orbs were virtually esteemed as the initial promotive forces on all living bodies, including the fructification of fertile plant life.

“And I will end all her rejoicing, her feasts, her new moons, her sabbaths, and all her solemn festivals.” (Hosea 2:13)

The term “Friday” of “Good Friday”, like the unlucky “Friday the 13th” additionally became consolidated via the archaic goddess Freya/Venus/Astarte and is familiar mostly today as the demonic Christian Satanic symbol, or the five pointed rosary star of the “Pentagram” of Venus/Astarte, integral with the anniversary of the crucifixion of Jesus.




The Great Year of the Processional Cycle

The Mayan Cosmology was not written in a book, but in the very stars above their heads. The meaning of this story was not revealed through the study of obscure interpretations, but through correspondence of associations assigned to the individual parts in the story. All we need to do is recognize those original associations and the story unfolds all by itself. Just as in our culture we have built up associations between the Winter Solstice, the New Year and the birth of Jesus Christ “the Son of God” who came into this world as “a savior of mankind”.

With the Maya we have discovered another story associated with the Winter Solstice, the New Year and the fate of people on Earth. The astronomical alignment of the Precessional Cycle of the Winter Solstice and Galactic Center represents the “Zero Point” on the Cosmic Clock, thus marking the beginning of the New Age in our evolutionary journey in consciousness. It tells us that a New Sun is born, a New Year has dawned, a New Galactic Cycle has begun, and the transformation of our World is well underway.

The big secret in this particular story is that we need not wait for the Winter Solstice in the year 2012 to recognize that we are entering into this time of profound transition. For according to the most recent astronomical calculations the Solstice Meridian actually coincided most precisely with the Galactic Equator between 1998 and 1999.

Just as the Earth’s equator divides the planet into two hemispheres of North and South, the Galactic Equator is the astronomical term for the dividing line of the Milky Way, separating the Galaxy into two halves. Similar to the time of the Equinox when the Sun appears to cross the Earth’s Equator and thus enters into a new hemisphere, so too in 1998 the Winter Solstice Sun began to cross over the Galactic Equator. Considering that the Sun is so large (about one half a degree wide) and the motion is so slow, our Sun will not be completely across the Equator and fully into the new Galactic Hemisphere until 2018.

So we need to understand then that the Mayan 2012 date is simply an indicator to this 20-year period of transition – the birthing process of the New Age and the beginning point of the New Precessional Cycle of 26,000 years.


All the imagery of the chapters and verses of the New Testament can be related to the Precessional phenomena, as that is what it was composed for in the first place. It was never meant to be a biography.”Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”

The Precession of the Equinoxes is a 25,920 year cycle the Earth goes through and corresponds with the twelve signs of the zodiac. Each sign or “age” spans 2160 years. We are currently in the Piscean age, transitioning into the Aquarian. The fact that knowledge of a 25,920 year astrological precession was known to ancient peoples spanning from South America to India suggests both advanced civilization and worldwide travel/communication in prehistoric times.

The fact that this knowledge is written into our religions, but suppressed and kept from public view, shows how the Brotherhood continues to conceal information from the masses, and reserves it for only a chosen few, just like in ancient Egypt.

Before the Age of Pisces was the Age of Aries (symbolized by the ram) which is related in the Bible as ending just at the time of Jesus (2160 BC – 0 AD). The Hyksos Pharaohs and priests of Egypt were called the “good shepherds” and their “flocks” were the stars, of which they had great knowledge. Christ is also known as the good shepherd, often depicted carrying a lamb, and there is always a lamb in the nativity scene.

Lamb’s blood was smeared on all the doors, meaning the doors to the houses of the zodiac. The sheep/shepherd analogy is also astrological in origin.

In fact the genus/species classification for sheep is Ovis Aries.

“Is it a coincidence that Yahweh, God of Old Testament Israel, provided a ram as a substitute for Abraham’s offered sacrifice of his son Isaac? Is it likewise coincidental that rams, in one context or another, are referred to in almost every book of the Old Testament (entirely composed during the age of Aries) but not a single book of the New Testament? And is it an accident that the advent of the Age of Aries, shortly before the beginning of the second millennium BC, was accompanied in Ancient Egypt by an upsurge in the worship of the god Amon whose symbol was a ram with curled horns?”

Graham Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods

Before the Age of Aries was the Age of Taurus (symbolized by the bull) which spanned from 4320 – 2160 BC ending around the time of Moses.

Moses, the new Aries/ram figurehead, represented in Michelangelo’s “Moses” with horns, comes down from Mt. Sinai furious to see everyone worshipping a golden Taurus/calf.

In the Bible, Moses is the lawgiver, bringing God’s Ten Commandments down from Mount Sinai.

In Egypt, Moses carried stone tablets with the laws of God written on them. In India it was Manou and in Crete it was Minos sent to Mount Dicta where Zeus gave him the sacred laws. The exact same story existed in many cultures of the ancient world with Ten Commandments themselves all taken directly out of the Egyptian Book of the Dead. In Persian mythology their Aries age hero, Mithra, slays the Taurus bull.

And it was also during this precessional epoch that the Bullcult of Minoan Crete flourished. (Graham Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods)

Before the Age of Taurus was the Age of Gemini (symbolized by the twins) which spanned from 6480 – 4320 BC. The transitional period between Gemini and Taurus is where we get the mythological creature, half-bull hal-fman, the Minotaur. The labyrinth he guards also relates to astrology and the zodiac. Back even further, the Sphinx correlates with the Age of Leo from 10,800 – 8640 BC.

Every morning during the Age of Leo, the Sphinx watched the sunrise in its mirror constellation Leo the lion. The religious iconography flows with astrology because those who propagate it still secretly worship the sun.

“The early Church fathers prohibited astrology and the Great Council of Toledo banned it forever. Nevertheless six hundred years later the dates of the Pope’s coronation were determined by the zodiac, the church hierarchy employed their own astrologers; and signs of the zodiac appeared all over Church furnishings, tiles, doorways, manuscripts and baptismal fonts.


Jesus and the Precession of the Ages

The Dance of Yin and Yang
Let us look for a moment at the energies of both Aries and Pisces and see how this has evolved. The Age of Aries represents the Aggressor, the conquering god of war. It is, appropriately enough, an initiating Fire sign. Pisces on the other hand is ruled by Neptune, the sign of water or the feeler, the dreamer who envisions an ideal world. The sign of Pisces has always been considered the sign of the fish that is able to swim in the great Cosmic Waters. It is a feminine Age, symbolized by the half-moon scoop of the symbol itself.
This symbol was in fact used by the early Christians who were trained in these Mysteries, and it has a number of important meanings. First we see that the symbol itself is made up of two half moons, reminiscent of the yin-yang symbol of Taoism, indicating a bringing of balance between the masculine and feminine forces, and this was part of the “secret teachings” that were tampered with by the early Orthodox fathers. As we will see shortly, Jesus came to teach the Way of balance, and much like Lao Tsu who brought knowledge of the Tao over 2500 years ago, both masters used symbols that represented the balance of male and female as the path of enlightenment. As more and more Gnostic Gospels have surfaced scholars have come to realize that Jesus was an advocate for the feminine principle, so the use of the vesica pises underscores this tradition.
Furthermore the bottom “scoop” of the fish reminds us specifically of the sickle moon or the chalice, always a symbol of the Goddess. This was a hermetic symbol from the earliest centuries of human history, being seen in the horns of Isis/Hathor in Egypt and the birthing knife of Ninharsag in Sumeria. It is also evident in one of the earliest archaeological discoveries of civilization – the goddess of Laussel, as subject we shall come to later. Christian history reveals that because of the politically dangerous and patriarchal climate in which the earliest Christians lived, early Christian pilgrims would draw the bottom scoop in the sand upon meeting their secret contacts. If the other person was truly a Christian they would complete the mystical symbol by drawing the upper half.
Thus the coming of the Age of Pisces was intended as an age of “going within” to find our direct connection with Spirit and this is exactly what Christ suggested. “If you have but the faith of a mustard seed…” The Gospel of Thomas tells us that Jesus taught, “If those who guide your Being say to you; ‘Behold the Kingdom is in the heavens’, then the birds of the sky will precede you; if they say to you: ‘It is in the sea,’ then the fish will precede you. But the kingdom is in your centre and is about you. When you know yourselves, then you will be known, and you will be aware that you are the sons of the Living Father. But if you do not know yourselves, then you are in poverty, and you are the poverty.”
The Vesica Pisces
One of the early esoteric symbols behind Jesus’ teachings was the fish, the shape of the Vesica Pisces, one of the most powerful symbols in all mystical theology. This shape is actually made by the overlapping of two perfect circles, thus creating the shape of a seed, the place from which all life springs. It is the midpoint and merge of the Divine Mother and Father of Creation, Beings that we shall be meeting shortly. When turned sideways, the Vesica Pisces becomes the Eye of God, symbolizing the All-knowing Creator who contains all polarities within Itself. It is the shape of our Third Eye, which when fully awakened allows the Initiate to truly “see” the celestial realms for herself. As we have seen, this Eye is often open in young children who are sensitive to auric fields and spiritual beings. This gives an entirely new meaning to Christ’s words, “Except as ye become as little children, you will not see the Kingdom of Heaven.”
This shape has appeared in numerous ways throughout the centuries. Known as the Eye of Horus in ancient Egypt, it became the “all seeing” Eye of Providence above the pyramid on the back of the Seal of the United States. Being enclosed within a triangle to represent the Trine nature of God, it has long been a sacred symbol in mystical Christianity, and it is one of the original symbols of the Masonic Order. Its meaning is obvious – God is an All Knowing-All Seeing Being, yet there are other mysteries that it contains, for it is the portal of Creation itself between Atum or God, and the worlds of manifestation.
The Vesica Pises is also one of the members of the Council of Nine – a Being that calls herself Domalar. She is the Portal, the door, the place where Spirit or Life Itself moves from the unmanifest potential of all possibility, into the worlds of form. This is the place of ultimate decision, where we choose which way we shall go. Thus the sacred shape of the Vesica Pisces is repeated in the female yoni, one of the most powerful symbols in all of Hinduism. It is also the shape of eggs, the incubator for life. It is the shape of most seeds from which new plants, trees, and fruits arise. It is the shape of almonds and cowrie shells, both sacred to the Goddess. To truly comprehend the respect in which cowrie shells were held, we must remember that they were once used as money in both China and Africa. At the human and animal level, this same shape is reflected in all the major orifices of the body, from the eyes to the mouth, the yoni to the Third Eye, and of course from the portal where the seed of life emerges in a man’s penis. In Christian theology, it is the shape of the mandorla, the sign of the Holy Spirit of Sophia, the Goddess of Wisdom. Inherent within it is the Logos or the template for everything in Creation. But this is a subject we shall come to later.
The Age of Pisces
Let us return now to our conversation about the change of the Ages, specifically the shift from Aries and Pisces. This is the time when the polarity of yin and yang are intended to reverse, and of course since Aries was extremely male-dominated, when Pisces appeared on the mid-heaven of the Vernal Equinox two thousand years ago, it was a signal that
The Divine Feminine should once again emerge. But of all the shifts between astronomical Ages, this one is perhaps the hardest. Aries is the warrior god who is all about the self. Pisces is the collective, with little or no ego, often falling into the role of the victim. Historically this is supposed to be a time for the male to give way to the feminine current, but as we can observe in history, this never took place. The powerful Roman Empire refused to give up control, and instead adopted the Christian religion at around 314 C. E. Then with all the brutality of the Aries warrior, the “religion of the State” turned from practicing forgiveness and love, and became the persecutor of all other creeds. Thus for the past two thousand years, we have had both a male dominant and a male sub-dominant current running our planet. This, in itself, explains a lot.
Jesus originally came to re-empower the feminine. Unlike the patriarchy of his day he taught women as well as men, and Gnostic teachings show that he supported egalitarian relationships which were practiced in the early days of Christianity. Jesus also taught about love, an essentially feminine message. He asked us to go within, another profoundly feminine statement, and in the context of the brutal, male-dominated world of the Roman Empire, Jesus was a true revolutionary. He went beyond the confines of the Roman and Jewish patriarchical systems around him, teaching a new covenant of forgiveness that superseded the old way of “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.”
This patriarchical way was also the theology of the Jewish faith, which was intended to exact obedience through punishment. While this may have encouraged the Jewish tribes (and others) to make moral choices for fear of Jehovah’s retribution, it also produced a nation of competitive, argumentative people who often practiced the letter of the Law rather than the Spirit of it. Jesus’ teachings transcended all of this. He taught us to enter the heart where peace resides, instructing each of us to merely “do under to others,” as we would wish to be done to ourselves.
While his doctrines were profoundly healthy, this attitude of unconditional love and equality would challenge the patriarchical/hierarchical systems not only in his own country, but in other parts of the world as well. To understand this better, we must now take a look at how Jesus spent his “missing years.”


…perhaps there is a pattern set up in the heavens for one who desires to see it, and having seen it, to find one in himself – Plato

The Sun of God

The sun, with its life-giving and saving qualities was personified as a representative of the unseen creator or god—“God’s Sun”


We have already seen that the ancient cultures have considered the sun as divine; hence, it is either God, a god, or a son of God/a god. Indeed, this ―sun of God as son of God‖ motif is common in the mythology of India, Greece, Rome and Egypt, to name a few of the more well-known nations. In Egypt, this ―son of the sun‖ is the god Horus, among others, while in Greece it is Apollo, son of Zeus, whose name means ―God.‖ This same tradition was discussed by Plato, as related in The Book of the Sun (1494) by Neoplatonic-Christian philosopher Marsillio Ficino:


    According to Plato [Republic, VI, 508c18], he called the Sun not God himself, but the son of God. And I say not the first son of God, but a second, and moreover visible son. For the first son of God is not this visible Sun, but another far superior intellect, namely the first one which only the intellect can contemplate. Therefore Socrates, having been awakened by the celestial Sun, surmised a super celestial Sun, and he contemplated attentively its majesty, and inspired, would admire the incomprehensible bounty of the Father.19

In a chapter (2) entitled, ―How the light of the Sun is similar to Goodness itself, namely, God,Ficino summarizes the ―godcharacteristics projected upon the solar orb by ancient cultures extending into modern times:
…Above all the Sun is most able to signify to you God himself. The Sun offers you signs, and who dare to call the Sun false?   Finally, the invisible things of God, that is to say, the angelic spirits, can be most powerfully seen by the intellect through the stars, and indeed even eternal things—the virtue and divinity of God—can be seen through the Sun.20


Concerning the ―son-sun‖ play on words—which is not a cognate but a mere happy coincidence in English that reflects the mythological ―realityin Jesus as the Sun throughout History, Murdock states:
…this sun-son word play has been noted many times previously in history by a variety of individuals, including English priest and poet Robert Southwell in the 16th century and English poet Richard Crashaw in the 17th century. English poet and preacher John Donne (1572-1631) and Welsh poet and priest George Herbert (1593-1633) likewise engaged in the son/sun pun as applied to Christ.


In discussing Donne, Dr. Arthur L. Clements, a professor at Binghamton University, remarks that the ―Son-sun punis ―familiar enough. Comparing Christ to the ―day star famous English poet John Milton (1608-1674) was aware of the ―sun/son of God‖ analogy and ―revel[ed] in the sun-son pun.… Puritan minister Edward Taylor (1642-1729) engaged in the same punning by describing Christ as ―the onely [sic] begotten Sun that is in the bosom of the Father..


Furthermore, in describing the actions of the Church fathers in adapting sun myths to Christianity, Thomas Ellwood Longshore declared in 1881, ―They merely changed the visible ‗Sun of God‘ for the invisible ‗Son of God,‘ or for this personage they called the Son of God‘..


Obviously, this ―devotional pun was widely recognized centuries ago by the English-speaking intelligentsia and educated elite….
To reiterate, while the mythical ―truth‖ is that in antiquity the sun was perceived as the ―son of God,   the claim is not being made that the words ―sunand ―sonare related or cognates.

The notions of the sun as the ―savior‖ and the ―light of the world‖ are understandably common in ancient religious history:
…The Sun was looked up to as the grand omnipotent nucleus, whose all-vivifying power is the vital and sole source of animative and vegetative existence upon the globe—the glorious foundation out of which springs all that man ever has, or ever can call good; and as such, the only proper object of the homage and adoration of mankind: hence the Sun, as we are informed by Pausanias, was worshipped at Eleusis under the name of ―The Saviour.‖21


In his description of a sacred precinct in Arkadia that apparently practiced the Eleusinian mysteries, famous Greek historian of the second century AD/CE, Pausanias, (8.31) remarks:
There are these square-shaped statues of other gods inside the enclosure: Hermes the Leader, Apollo, Athene, Poseidon, the Saviour Sun, and Herakles.


To describe the sun as ―savior, Pausanias uses the word Soter, a title commonly applied to many gods and goddesses at different places.
The sun‘s role as savior and light is exemplified in the following ancient Egyptian solar hymn:
You are the light, which rises for humankind; the sun, which brings clarity, so that gods and humans be recognised and distinguished when you reveal yourself. Every face lives from seeing your beauty, all seed germinates when touched by your rays, and there is no-one who can live without you. You lead everyone, because they have a duty to their work. You have given form to their life, by becoming visible.23


With regard to the.places of travel for God‘s Sun, The New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology relates:
In Russian Folklore the Sun possessed twelve kingdoms—the twelve months or signs of the Zodiac. He lived in the solar disk and his children on the stars… The daily movement of the Sun across the celestial sphere was represented in certain Slavonic myths as a change in his age: the sun was born every morning…24


The notion of the sun moving, passing or traveling through the zodiacal circle was expressed by the Greek philosophers Pythagoras, Plato and Aristotle.  Neoplatonist Ficino may be echoing their sentiment, when he says:

  The Sun, in that it is clearly lord of the sky, rules and moderates all truly celestial things… Firstly, it infuses light into all the stars, whether they have a tiny light of their own (as some people suspect), or no light at all (as very many think). Next, through the twelve signs of the zodiac, it is called living…and that sign which the Sun invigorates actually appears to be alive.26


“Imagine the power you would have to advance an Agenda and manipulate the human race if you knew the cycles of energy from the Sun and other planets and how they were likely to affect human consciousness. You would know when people would be more prone to anger, aggression, fear, doubt and guilt, and therefore when to have your wars, economic collapses and so on.


The Brotherhood have always had this knowledge and they use it to great effect today as I shall document.”

David Icke, “The Biggest Secret” (56)



Astrotheology ~  As Above, So Below




The astrological symbolism, numerology, etymology and mythology is all pervasive and thoroughly understood by the initiated few.

“What has happened to the ubiquitous celestial mythos? How is it that this information, so widely known in ancient times, is almost completely hidden from the masses today? The answer is that it has been deliberately suppressed, so that the masses would never realize the connection between their cherished gods and the celestial bodies.

As demonstrated by Paine, the Masons have known very well the true meaning and importance of astrology, which was considered a sacred science … Astrology and astrotheology were not only known in the ancient world but have constituted an enormous portion of human civilization. Time and again, massive edifices around the globe have been built that are encapsulations of the heavenly story, serving as stellar ‘computers.’

But this astrotheological Masonry was corrupted, as the power mongering historicizers drove its true meaning and religion underground in a vicious quest to subjugate the world and acquire its wealth.”

Acharya S., “The Christ Conspiracy” (2445)

The Southern Cross (Crux) as seen after midnight on Dec. 25, 1 AD/CE rising in the south
It is important to point out that, just like that of Virgo, the relationship between the divine child and the cross is figurative and symbolic, and different scholars have varying hypotheses regarding which equinox/solstice the Crux was most traditionally oriented to, mythologically speaking. Regardless, the association is clear in the astrotheological mythos.

The meanings of many myths can be traced to a number of origins, the most prominent of which is nature worship and astrotheology, whereby the gods and goddesses are essentially personifications of earthly forces and celestial bodies.

As concerns the anthropomorphization of the celestial bodies, in Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled, Murdock relates:

Ancient peoples abundantly acknowledged that their religions, dating back centuries and millennia before the common era, were largely based on astrotheology, with their gods representing the sun, moon, stars and planets. One of their focuses was the sun…and the story of the sun became highly developed over a period of thousands of years, possibly tens of thousands or more. The observations of the sun and its daily, monthly, annual and precessional movements have led to complex myths in which it was personified as a god…

An Egyptian hymn from the era of the pharaoh Akhenaten (d. c. 1336 BCE) expresses the intense ancient reverence for the sun:

‘You appear beautiful, You living sun, lord of Endless Time, are sparkling, beautiful and strong,  Love of you is great and powerful. Your rays touch every face…Your radiant skin animates hearts.You have filled the Two Lands [of the horizons] with love of yourself.’
                                  Pharaoh Akhenaten and wife Nefertiri worshipping the sun c. 14th century BCE

3. Likewise, they were also very aware of the stars.
Naturally, the ancient practice of ―astrotheology‖ incorporated reverence for not only the sun but also the moon, planets, stars and constellations.

In Prehistoric Lunar Astronomy, Indian scholar Dr. S.B. Roy remarks:
To the ancients…heaven was the land of gods and mystery. The sky…was itself living. The stars were the abode of the gods. The shining stars were indeed themselves luminous gods. Astronomy was the knowledge not of heavenly bodies, but of heavenly beings: It was the heavenly, celestial cosmic or divine knowledge—knowledge of devas—the bright luminous gods.7

Ancient stellar symbols and star maps have been found dating to many thousands of years ago, including in cave paintings and carvings. As the BBC reports in ―Ice Age star map discovered‖:
A prehistoric map of the night sky has been discovered on the walls of the famous painted caves at Lascaux in central France.

The map, which is thought to date back 16,500 years, shows three bright stars known today as the summer Triangle…

The towers at Chankillo mark the sun‘s progress across the sky… This suggests the sun may have played an important role in religious and political life long before the appearance of the famous Inca sun cult…
[Archeologist Ivan] Ghezzi says, ―The Inca claimed to be the offspring of the sun. But now we have a society that is 1,800 years before the Inca that is clearly using the sun as a way to make a political, social and ideological statement.‖
Many more such discoveries have occurred over the past several decades.

Astronomically aligned stones, 6,000 to 8,500 years old Nabta Playa, Egypt

Solar circle observatory c. 7,000 years old Goseck, Germany (Ralf Beutragel)

The Thirteen Towers c. 14th century BCE Chankillo, Peru (Ivan Ghezzi)


Etymology ( the root or words) and Symbology

Thus Pastor means the Great Star or the Father Star, our Sun God. Minister and Ministry come from Min and Aster.

Min was the common ancient term and root of Moon whereas Aster, Stir, Stor all relate to Star. Thus Minister is MoonStar. Monastery, monk, and month have the same origin.

This is also where we get “Minute.”

“It is a title that derives from the lunar and stellar cults. This explains why there is a minute hand on a watch. The three hands of a watch relate to the three planets associated with time. The slow hand is the hour hand, meaning Horus, the sun. The minute hand is for Min, the moon and the swift ticking hand is for Mercury, the planet which rotates fastest of all, both round the sun and on its own orbit. This is why the figure of the god Mercury was depicted with wings on his shoes or feet.”

Michael Tsarion, Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology

The word Church comes from the Greek Goddess of deception Circe, who lured men into her lair and transformed them into pigs. The word Amen used at the end of prayer by Christians, Muslims, Hindus and Jews comes from the Pharaoh Amenhotep and the Egyptian God AmenRa. Amen was known as “the hidden one” in Egyptian beliefs and could change into other Gods like Osiris and Set at will.

Through the solar, lunar, and stellar cults AmenRa has found his way into the prayers of billions. As Jordan Maxwell often points out, by ending a prayer with Amen, you are essentially saying “let it be hidden, let it remain unseen.” Amen’s consort was called Ament, which is where we get the New and Old TestAment.

The obelisk is one symbolic representative of AmenRa, found at the Vatican, Washington DC, London, and many other places around the world.

The word Vatican comes from Vaticinia which means “place of divinations” or “place of the sorcerers.” The Vatican actually funds and controls every astronomical telescope and observatory in the world and all findings run through the Vatican before both the public and the scientific communities. Mass derives from the Egyptian Mes, an annual sacred cake ritually baked with Nile riverbank clay.

Yule shares roots with the word Wheel, and a Yule log at Winter Solstice represents the full-turn of the zodiacal wheel.

The Roman title/name Julius derived from Yule which explains why Julius Caesar was crowned under the God Jupiter at the Winter Solstice. The word Arch in Arch Bishop and Arch Deacon refers to the Sun’s Arch across the sky.

Bishop literally means “one who knows the sky,” and Deacon comes from Decan, the three 10 degree sections divided into each of the 12 signs of the zodiac.

“The cardinal points are a direct reference to the astrological colures. The Cardinals surround the Pope as the cardinal points surround the sun. The sun casts its rays on the Houses as it passes, turning them crimson. The color worn by the physical Cardinals is red, to symbolize that they are illuminated by their proximity to the Pope, the representative of God on earth. The word Pope, may also be a derivative of the word in Egyptian for the evil serpent Apep, Apophis or Apopsa (See Poop Deck and Pupa, and Pepsi, Pepsid, Dr. Pepper, Sgt. Pepper, etc,).”

Michael Tsarion, Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology

Even the largest Christian Evangelical TV network is called Daystar Corporation.

Schools, Courts, Churches, and the Cult of Saturn

“When you graduate from high school you come out processionally with a black robe, which is black for Saffron, the God of the Hebrews, requiring that you wear the square mortarboard on top of your head.

The square mortarboards are, of course, used by the Freemasons for their plaster, so that is why you wear a square mortarboard when you graduate, ultimately becoming an Alumni. It all has to do with Freemasonry; it all has to do with the control of education in this country.”

Jordan Maxwell, “Matrix of Power”

First you pay out your “tuition” to get into “universe”ity where they strip you of your Intuition and give you an Indoctrination.

Then you receive a “MaStars” Masonic “degree,” while wearing a Masonic mortar board cap and Cult of Saturn black robes to become an Alumni/Illumini. Graduation means to increment or retard progress.

As Jordan Maxwell says, “the true meaning of Graduation is gradual indoctrination.”


Stick a bunch of 5 year olds in a room full of 5year olds for a year, then a bunch of 6year olds with 6year olds and so on for 20 years, until you’re so indoctrinated they give you a doctorate

“The syllables are Mafor measure and Storfor Star. ‘measurer of the stars,’ namely an astrologer. Children are still given a star today for successful application to their studies. When we matriculate from a university, we are given a ‘Master’s Degree.’

This is purely sabean. Degrees are part of the cycle of the zodiac. One was given a ‘degree,’ to show that they, like the sun they were progeny of, had ascended to an exalted place. Once you had mastered the stars you were then quite literally a MASTER.”

Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”

Judges and Roman Catholic priests also traditionally wear/wore black robes.

Judges have a Masonic hammer or gavel which they hit to declare the word of Law. The idea of law comes from the biblical ten stone commandments and so it is said that you “break” the law. Judges always sit on a three tier high platform representing the first three blue degrees of freemasonry.

The same tritier platform is found at Congress, and the altar in most Catholic and Protestant churches is three tiers high. That’s also why you get/give someone the “third degree” related to the third degree of Masonry where the initiate is asked a series of probing questions he must answer correctly in order to become a Master Mason.

There is usually a gate around church altars just as there are gates with swinging doors in every courtroom. The congregations at church all stand up to recognize the priest, just as all rise when the judge walks in.

Then the judge takes a “recess” because he is in “court” playing a game of “ten”nis (commandments), with lawyers who play the dialectic protagonist/antagonist game, bouncing the advantage into each other’s court. In the courtroom witnesses must place their hand on the old/new “testament” before giving their “testimony,” just as a priest’s sermon is often called testimony (also notice “mon” from “moon” in testimony and sermon).

As a witness swears in, one hand is placed on the bible while the other is held up; In church, when parishioners feel the holy spirit, often during song, they will hold one or both hands up to praise the lord.

“Then when you get further into Saturn, you begin to understand that his color is black, that he was a God of one of the many different Semitic tribes, or groups, and one of his symbols was a square. Then you get into the square black mortarboard that the university or high school students wear when they graduate.

It is a square on his head, and it is usually black. The color of Saturn, one of the ancient Hebrew Gods. This is the same black used on the robe the judge wears when he is going to throw you in jail. Because the black represents Saturn. Saturn is the old Semitic God.

That is why churches and courtrooms look the same today, because when you go into churches you sit out here with the poor folks in the chairs out here in the pews, but you cannot go up onto the lifted higher elevation, you can’t go inside the gate, you can’t go inside the little doors, only the priest can go inside there and officiate for you.

You stay on the outside with the poor folks. The altar is always raised at least three tiers, because in Egypt that was the way it was always done.

The altar was always raised so the people could see the representative of God dressed in black. The priest comes out on the altar dressed in black, and he is officiating for you, he is the mediator between you and God. That is the same thing that happens in the courtroom, you walk in and you are part of the poor folks sitting out here in the audience, and here is the fence, or gate, that separates you.

The attorneys can go inside the gate and they are your mouthpiece, to go talk to ‘God’ for you and see if they can get you off, and the lawyers will be the mediator between ‘God,’ or the ‘judge’ who judges you, and man. That is where all of this comes from in our society today.”

Jordan Maxwell, “Matrix of Power”

Sheriff in the ancient Egyptian was a lawgiver and his badge was always a six pointed star which is another symbol of Saturn.

US Sheriffs in the wild west up to today still wear the six pointed star. It is interesting that Saturn’s symbol is the six pointed star, Saturn in the 6th planet from the sun, Saturnday is the 6th day of the week, and now NASA is receiving images of “the Saturn Hexagram” (6 sided) atmospheric formation at Saturn’s poles.

The 6th chakra of the human energy system is the 3rd eye/pineal gland (6, 3 times = 666). When your 3rd eye chakra opens you develop your 6th sense of intuition and spirituality. From a consciousness perspective, the 6th sense, your intuitions/hunches, are messengers of god, your guardian angels.

Isn’t it interesting that angels have haloes/rings around their heads and Saturn is the only planet with a halo/ring around it?

“That is why today, when you get married, you get married before God. And the symbol of that God is the ring that is put on each other’s fingers. The ring of Saturn. In the marriage phrases, one also begins to see what that has to do with Saturn.

So when you get married, you get married with a ring and the symbol of that God is the ring, the ring of Saturn. You’re wearing God‘s ring.

And the yarmulke was the round ring that you wear on your head, for Saturn your God. Even in the middle ages, in the temples, Catholic monks would shave their heads in a round circle, and the Hebrews, instead of doing that, would wear the yarmulke. But it all had to do with the round rings of Saturn.”

Jordan Maxwell, “Matrix of Power”

“The ancient name of Saturn was, as mentioned, EL. It is the reason why those that were chosen by EL, were called Elites. In fact the words, Elect, Elder, Elevated, Elohim, Temple, Circle, Gospel, Apostle, Disciple, Evangelists, etc., all derive from the Cult of EL.

Angels are messengers of god. But god was EL, which is why we have the names of the Archangels bearing the ‘el,’ suffix Raphael, Michael, Uriel, Gabriel, etc,.”

Michael Tsarion, “Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology”

“The plural term Elohim appears over 2500 times in the Old Testament but is falsely translated in most versions. This fact of plurality explains why in Genesis ‘Gods’ said, ‘Let us make man in our image.’

As stated, Elohim refers to both ‘gods’ and ‘goddesses,’ and its singular form, El, served as a prefix or suffix to names of gods, people and places, whence EmmanuEl, GabriEl, BethEl, etc. Even ‘Satan’ was one of the Elohim.”

Acharya S., “The Christ Conspiracy” (67)

The gods of ELohim are angELs, the messengers of god.

When witches cast a speEL, they put the “Hex” (6) on someone, and when chefs deep fry something, they “Deep 6” it. It is the ELites who run the world today. Elite comes from the “IsraElites” which came from the Egyptian worship of the Moon (Isis), the Sun, (Ra), and Saturn (Elohim), hence IsRaEl.

Jews and Muslims alike worship a huge black cube/box called Kabba at Mecca. Their god YHWH is known as the “Tetragramaton” meaning their 4 letter (4 sided?) God. The “Kabballah” of Jewish mysticism/Masonry comes from KabbaAllah or “CubeGod” around which people gather and ceremonially walk in circles.

Thus it can be said they are “circling the square.” Masons are also constantly referring to “circling the square” and “squaring the circle.”

For instance, this is why a “boxing” match is fought for “rounds” in the “ring” but it is actually a 4 sided square arena with corners.

The Freemasonic G (Geometry/God) symbol within a compass and T-square symbolizes this as well. Just as people circle around their Cube-God Kabba, so the Masons use a compass/square around their “G” God/Geometry.

In Islamic tradition, the “Rock” is where Muhammad ascended to Heaven accompanied by the angel Gabriel. The Dome of the “Rock” was built in the 600 AD era and was won back by the Israelites on 06/07/67 after the “6 day war.” The Dome’s outer walls measure 60 (6×10) feet wide and 36 (6×6) feet high.

The Knights Templar claimed the Dome of the Rock was the site of the Temple of Solomon and set up their “Templum Domini” adjacent to it during the 12th century.

“Saturn is an important key to understanding the long heritage this conspiracy has back to antiquity. The city of Rome was originally known as Saturnia or City of Saturn. The Roman Catholic church retains much of the Saturn worship in its ritual. Saturn also relates to Lucifer. In various occult dictionaries Saturn is associated with evil. Saturn was important to the religion of Mithra, and also the Druids.”

–Fritz Springmeier, “Bloodlines of the Illuminati

Rome was known to the “Romans” as Saturnia, not Rome, and Saturn was one of their gods.

Black is both Saturn’s color and Satan’s color. The black holy bible tells us Satan is 666. Saturn is the 6th planet, its symbol is a 6pointed star, it supposedly has hexagon weather formations, and Saturnday the 6th day, is Ozzy Osbourne’s “Black Sabbath.”

Also highlighting this theme, the Rolling “Stones” sang Paint it Black, Paint it Blue, Blue Turns to Grey, Black Angel, XXX and Sympathy for the Devil.

A bruise is black and blue; bruise like the He“brews” whose longstanding secret societies are orchestrating this blue/black agenda. The 6th chakra, the pineal gland, the 3rd eye (all the same thing) is usually represented with the color blue, but they seem intent on Painting it Black.

The Stones’ lyrics go,

“I see a red door and I want it painted black, no colors anymore I want them to turn black. No more will my green sea go turn a deeper blue … I want them to turn black.”

When you’re hit you get a black eye (supposedly, though the bruise is usually other colors), but the real “black eye” is your 3rd eye; The chakra which should be colored blue, but they have changed to black. This most important organ has in recent centuries shrunk in size from about the size of a quarter, to the size of a pea.

The Black Eyed Peas ironically sing a song called Third Eye with lyrics like,

“I got three eyes, one look from the left side, the other from the right side, got one eye on the inside, and I can see you outside, plottin’ to come in.”

Also in the same song,

“If Bush is Pinocchio, who the hell is Gepetto? Beware of Gepetto. I could point out their behavior to keep y’immune from the poisonous flavor, but once you’re caught I can’t save ya, they’ll manipulate your mind so you enjoy danger.”

The band Third Eye Blind has a song called Eye Conqueror.

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