|For three centuries after the crucifixion of The Christ, his followers were in very small numbers and they worshiped in secret. It was at a time when the Greek religions prevailed. These were primarily based around their ultimate god Zeus, worship of the Sun and the celestial bull of Mythras.
Up until then, Christianity was a forbidden religion and those who were caught delving into it were fed to the lions for the entertainment of a very sadistic Roman population.
What follows here, will initially appear to discredit Christianity, but once more truth emerges in its entirety, the significance of The Christ will become much clearer.
History is about to reveal a great deal about The Christ that will suggest how human he really was, as opposed to being God incarnate. Many writers will no doubt see the opportunity in making a fast dollar in discrediting Christianity. However, it will soon also become clear that in all probability there is a more plausible possibility how one can interpret how The Christ claimed he was ‘God’ in specific texts. It is likely that the Creator of this vast universe spoke through him at important times (just as was the case with other great messengers in history). There is also no doubt that his ‘heavenly’ father was what history has recorded as the Eloheim. Who the Eloheim really were, will also become much clearer in this article. There is more to this messianic story than meets the eye and it will also elevate the significance of many of the other great messengers throughout history, as the truth associated with their lives begins to fit in with the fundamentals of what virtually all belief systems originally claimed before they were altered by mortal hand. In all probability, the new evidence that will be presented on this website will inspire even those who are self-proclaimed atheists.
Around 300 years after the crucifixion of The Christ, Roman Emperor Constantine was the one who introduced Christianity as it stands to this day. Constantine claimed to have had an encounter that would be classed as a paranormal event today. It occurred before an important battle. He was visited by brightly dressed beings that came down from the heavens. The important message to him and his imposing army involved the witnessing of a sacred cross formation seen in the sky. He was told about its significance and that if he celebrated its importance, he would be triumphant. He subsequently decreed that his army’s shields be decorated with the cross insignia that is referred to as the Greek letters XP…Labarum or Chi-Rho.
He was triumphant, and on returning to Rome probably realised that the ‘message’ he received was relevant to something hidden within the ‘original’ gospels of Christianity. The sacred cross secret must have coincided in some way. Why else would he begin to use this sacred Chi-Rho cross of the sky as the title representative of The Christ?
It was also Constantine who would decide that only four out of the entire collection of gospels would be accepted into his version of Christianity. No doubt they were those texts that he believed would be the most palatable to a predominantly Mythras and Zeus worshiping society.
It is interesting to note that although The Christ and his apostles were originally Aramaic and Hebrew, the original four gospels that were chosen from at least 30 or so gospels, were already copies that were written in Greek, the predominant language of Rome at the time. One cannot help wondering what happened to the original Hebrew and Aramaic testimonies that were written around the time of The Christ. Another interesting point that can be made here is that the name of The Christ, who was believed to be the ‘son of God’ was a man born with the Hebrew name Yeshua, yet his name would become the spoken name “I-seous Chris-tus” after the time of Constantine.
The adjustment is not a transliteration. It suggests that it may have been altered by the Romans, perhaps to introduce the greatness of The Christ to its people in a way that would be more acceptable to those of the old tradition of belief. The name Yeshua was changed to: “I-seous”, the pronunciation sounds remarkably close to the old spoken way meaning ‘of Zeus’ (Zeus was the previously accepted ultimate God of the Romans). The pronunciation of the name “Chris-tus” also sounds very close to an old way of describing a ‘criss-cross’ which became the way in English to explain the image of a cross. There are obviously a lot more pagan hidden records here suggesting this way of thinking since there were 12 apostles for the 12 seasons, the rebith of the Sun date of the 25th of December chosen as the ‘birth’ of Christ, as well as the Easter tradition adapted from the pagan tradition. ‘Son’ of God replaced ‘Sun’ of God and so forth. For now, let us assume that these are all just coincidences and due to the sensitivity of the matter, let scholars argue over how it was possible for so many alterations to be made by human hand to all the holy works.
The celebration of the rebirth (rising) of the Sun each year on the 25th of December called Sol Invictus is important and will be looked at as it seems to have been confused with sacred stars that were just like our Sun. This date was chosen for celebration of the birth of the ‘Son’ of God. If this sounds like mere speculation, read on for further corroborating evidence that it is anything but chance.
In many Renaissance paintings, like Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’, the apostles were often depicted into four groups of three, coincidently like the four seasons of the year. He was born of a virgin mother, like the earlier ‘gods’ and in many depictions shown as being breast fed by his mother, which is virtually identical to how the Egyptian Solar goddess Isis is portrayed.
Some convincing evidence can be found in the earliest written gospels of The Christ story that will allow us to unravel part of the mystery: The birth of The Christ was recorded in the Greek gospel of Matthew without the traditional Sol Invictus “Sun rebirth” depiction in the sky. Instead preference was given to the significance of a special star being visible in the sky.
This sheds light on some very important clues: What possible connection or interpretation similarity could there be between our Sun and another very important star in the sky? Especially in the context of the testimony of beings that came down from the heavens. One must also wonder about the importance of the very early accounts of a worldwide celebration of this star on top of a Yule tree that was especially selected because it has a conical shape? Was it possibly linked to the biblical Jacobs ladder account or was it perhaps inspired by something else? Without a doubt it appears to match the star at the centre of the larger Solomon Key talisman parchment on this web page, with what looks like a conical beam of light or ladder coming down from it.
When it comes to the Matthew gospel, scholars are still at loggerheads over whether the three ‘wise’ Magi or ‘Kings’ who supposedly came from the east, is an accurate interpretation. Many say they were probably not even people at all.
Incidentally, the word Magi can also be interpreted as the study of the stars, probably more in the context of astronomy here than astrology. The word ‘wise’ is another clue when considering stars in this context. What it seems to hint at is wisdom that can be found if one knows the meaning of the strange collective meaning of the Three Magi/Kings.
Everything here points towards a celestial solution… real stars. A possible alternative interpretation of the text also includes Solomon’s secret that ws lost depicting the sacred cross that Constantine appears to have witnessed. It is an interpretation that becomes apparent when one considers the historical reference to the Three Kings ‘of the sky”:
Open a search window in the link to the Morals and Dogma Freemason historical text page below by pressing Ctrl F on your keyboard and word search these words or phrases:
Ref: Three Kings of the East as stars of Orion – Morals and Dogma texts
Another Ref: Also here (Note star obsession and star pattern on Masonic apron)
For this reason let us consider the significance of the Three Magi as the belt stars of the constellation of Orion in the Matthew text, which in all probability is also the sacred cross of Constantine.
In the general English traditional version of the Matthew text, in brief:
The Three Kings from the East, ‘follow’ the direction to a special star associated with the birth/beginnings of The Christ.
The three stars of Orion’s belt rise in the East, and if one follows the alignment, the direction one would ‘follow’ (eyesight) would be to a special star associated with the birth/beginnings of The Christ.
Ref: Chi-Rho Christ Sky Image of Three Kings rising as stars of Orion
In the alternative Matthew text interpretation, what the observer is following is the phenomenon of three stars rising in a row in the east. They direct one’s line of sight towards a star of great importance. The star ostensibly associated with the birth or beginnings of The Christ.
What could be so important about a star one might ask?
There is one thing, and one thing only, that stands out in the context of celestial beings (Messengers/Angels/Cherubim) that came down from above:
What has to be considered is whether the star in question is a record, not only of a real star in the heavens, but also of a star system so to speak, a solar system that may have been the place of origin of the celestial visitors that history originally spoke of, namely the “Tetragrammaton” or the “Eloheim”
This of course begs the question whether the cosmic beings were real flesh and blood entities, which were not only present in the form of spirit beings.
No researchers seem to have recognised the matching visual detail. More recently, the lost gospel of Judas reveals a very important star reference that is made mention of. It is where The Christ speaks to Judas in his last hours.
While pointing to a star in the heavens, The Christ says something along the lines:
Behold Judas… this star is also your star to follow”.
Once again this is remarkably similar in tone to the Matthew text, which beckons the Three Wise Men to ‘follow’ (in alignment) to the star of Bethlehem. National Geographic then inadvertently takes this story to a whole new level. The scene is of the night sky in the film footage and it seems to suggest that there is more to this story than scholars are currently prepared to comment on.
The footage ‘coincidently’ depicts three bright stars in a row that align with one all-important star.
(See earlier reference link for National Geographic video and star depiction).
What also seems to be beyond coincidence, is the producer’s choice of showing the star in question with a slight yellow spectrum. This is the same colour spectrum as our Sun!
By now many readers will be wondering what does this seemingly off track Christ story have to do with the Key of Solomon mystery, if anything?
In the images to follow, the secret of a special star emerges in reference to its position compared to deciphered constellations extracted from the cipher puzzle. It unveils the full meaning of the ancient Hebrew Solomon Key pictogram cipher that many agree is the original ‘Key of Solomon’ secret.
Cracking the secret of the Hebrew Solomon Key cipher firstly requires its primary symbol deciphered, the symbol that is being pointed to on the parchment above, the icon referred to here as another forgotten symbol since its meaning here is forgotten!
With my astronomy background and delving into the secrets of the ancient pyramid builders covered in my book, the Orion constellation became a very familiar constellation over the years.
I found himself staring at this Hebrew cipher wondering why so many stars were being used… then it dawned on me!
This is Orion… Orion is the “Key”!
Orion is the “Key”, the forgotten symbol of Solomon
This thought made sense since the “Key” aspect is reasoned because next to it is the other talisman showing how the “Key” is celebrated in the churches! A ‘criss-cross’ symbol is shown precisely how the star constellation of Orion appears in the night sky, and it also appears to be represented in the smaller talisman (with the title ‘Sacred Cross’) where the icon was traditionally shown as a simplified insignia of a cross within a cross.
This smaller talisman depicts the ‘traditional’ sacred cross detail in the larger talisman, with a very tiny star cluster detail comprising what astronomy terms: Orion’s sword. (Orion’s sword is the cluster that appears to be a line of what look like 4 blurred stars in a row where one of them has a red haze nebula around one of the stars). On an exceptionally clear night and with absolute perfect vision one can occasionally make out at least six of the tiny little stars in Orion’s sword. The head of Orion is along the same line of alignment and is also comprised of another cluster of around four tiny stars. In the two sacred cross comparisons that are ringed in grey, the one on the absolute right is an enlargement of the Solomon Key icon where the sword (with 6 dots) is ringed in orange. Compare this with the slight hint of the star cluster detail in the circled image titled ‘Sacred Cross’, where it too has its counterpart circled in orange.