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    The Zodiac and Christianity

    Egyptian to the left and Greek to the right

    Egyptian /Greek
    1.Cat (Amen-Ra) 1.Ram (Aries/Lamb/Sheep)
    2.Jackal 2.Bull
    3.Serpent 3.Twins
    4.Scarab 4. Crab
    5.*** 5.Lion
    6. Lion 6.Virgin
    7.Goat 7.scales
    8.Cow 8.Scorpion
    9.Falcon 9.Archer
    10.Baboon 10.Goat
    11.Ibis 11. Waterman
    12.Crocodile (messiah/anointing/Christ) 12. Fishes (two fish Pisces)

    Today Iam concerned with the last zodiac sign. At one point in time the word Christians was a derogatory term being applied to the folowers of Jesus/Joshua. Maybe because the word was linked with the Egyptian crocodile. The Christians were known as “The way” if you take the time to read Paul’s letters was linked with the Nazoreans/Essene (Acts 9:2;Acts 18:26;24:5-22)

    The word Nun was father/mother of Joshua. In Aramaic Nun meant fish. Nun in Egypt meant water which was used to create the world. The Christian church made the fish a symbol for Jesus. In the New Testament Fish play a prominent role. Key disciples were fishermen, and fishing images play a prominent role. There is the miracle of the two fish and five loaves of bread. According to john’s gospel fish is symbolic of the last supper. Christ was not merely bread or grain like Osiris, he was a fish. All in all, there is very little doubt that despite the equally strong ram-Lamb Arien symbolism surrounding Jesus in the NT, the use of fish (two fish) as in the sign of the zodiac-shows that the early Christians saw themselves, and were seen by others, as followers of the new religion of the New (then) Piscean age.

    In Egyptian mythology The crocodile represented the power of the Nile to rise and fertilized the land. . The primeval ocean (Nile/Nun) possessed an immense potential of life, and the water upon which the life of Egypt depended was tapped, as subsoil water, in wells; or it rose from below the earth in the eddies and whirlpools of the first cataract, where the Nile and the inundation were thought to originate. The water to be crossed can therefore be conceived as the primeval ocean.By God’s word the heavens existed and the earth was formed out of water and by water” 2 Peter 3:5. So if The word created by water its logic that Jesus voice is that of water.

    The firmament arising out of the waters is the primeval mountain of Egyptian myth (Genesis 1:6-7

    We know that Jesus/Joshua is called the word/water that created the world when his spirit moved across the waters/nun.

    We know that Joshua held up the sun and moon in the Old testament. This is the same Egyptian God Shu who holds up the Moon and sun

    It was not until the sixteenth century A.D., when a new translation was made of the Masoratic Hebrew text of the old testament, that the English translator-in an attempt to resolve problems of biblical chronology-substituted the name Joshua for Jesus whenever he encounted the epithet “son of nun”.

    Jesus is Nun/Fish a contemporary with Moses. The Egyptians used the symbolic functions and attributes of animals to describe the creation process. Snakes, birds, crocodiles, frogs, vultures and others were used. Jesus accepted Elohim (many gods/powers of attributes/functions) in Genesis in creating the world because he called out to his name as Eli before he died. In the NT Elohim (El/Eli) was substituted for the Egyptian god Amen.
     
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    According to the advocates of the solar myth theory, the ancient crucified saviors were personifications of the sun, and their life-stories were allegories of the sun's passage through the twelve constellations of the Zodiac.4 The astronomical elements in the Christian Epic are pointed out by Edward Carpenter with characteristic lucidity:

    The Passover, the greatest feast of the Jews, borrowed from the Egyptians, handed down to become the supreme festival of Christianity, … is, as well known, closely connected with the celebration of the Spring Equinox and the passing over of the Sun from south to north of the equator, i.e., from his winter depression to his summer dominion. The Sun, at the moment of passing the equinoctial point, stood three thousand years ago in the Zodiacal constellation of the Ram, or he-lamb. The Lamb, therefore, became the symbol of the young triumphant god. … At an earlier date—owing to the precession of the equinoxes—the Sun at the spring passage stood in the constellation of the Bull; so, in the older worships of Egypt, and of Persia and of India, it was the Bull that was sacred and the symbol of god. … In the representation of the Zodiac in the Temple of Denderah (in Egypt) the figure of Virgo is annotated by a smaller figure of Isis with Horus in her arms; and the Roman Church fixed the celebration of Mary's assumption into the glory at the very date (15th August) of the said constellation's disappearance from sight in the blaze of the solar rays, and her birth on the date (8th Sept.) of the same constellation's reappearance. … Jesus himself … is purported to have been born like the other sungods, Baccus, Apollo, Osiris, on the 25th day of December, the day of the Sun's rebirth, i.e., the first day which obviously lengthens after the 21st of December.5
     
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