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Author Topic:   Crucifixion and the lunar eclipse of June 14 of 29 AD
granpa
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10-08-2017 3:12 PM


Jesus (Samson) was arrested after the Passover meal on the night of 1-15 but was executed 2 months later on 3-15 which was the date of a lunar eclipse. (June 14 of 29 AD).
3-15 is grape harvest and the New wine festival. The παρα-σκευή of the passover. The day of παρα-sychar (wine preparation or wine concoction).

http://religion.wikia.com/wiki/Gospel_harmony_based_on_John

Pilate, therefore, entered into the praetorium again, and called Jesus, and said to him, `You are the King of the Jews?'
Jesus answered, `Not an earthly king. I am a different sort of king'
Pilate, therefore, said to him, `So you are a king then'

Pilate, therefore, having heard this word, brought Jesus without -- and he sat down upon the tribunal -- to a place called, Pavement,' even though according to Hebrew gabbatha it was the day of παρα-sychar (of the passover), and as it were the sixth hour (noon), and he said to the Jews, `behold, your king!'

But the people didnt understand what this meant so Pilate put on a little show to show them what it means. Pilate knew there would be a total eclipse that night.

Jesus was crucified 3 hours later at at 3 pm.
If 3 pm was the 1st hour of the crucifixion then 8 pm was the 6th hour.
From 8 pm till 11:30 pm (june 14 of 29 AD) a total lunar eclipse came over all the land. (The moon being symbolic of God)

And it was about the sixth hour, and there was a darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour. And the sun became Skotos, and the veil of the temple was rent in the midst.

When the eclipse ended Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "My God, my God, why did you forsake me?

Pilates symbolism would have been clear to the people of the time but unfortunately in the centuries that followed the new wine festival was expunged from the Bible (replaced by Pentecost), the lunar eclipse was forgotten, and God began to be thought of as being more like the Sun than the moon.

http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/JLEX/JLEX-AS.html

June 14 of 29 ad was Julian day 1731815 and a Tuesday.
He was in the tomb at sunrise Wed.
He arose Saturday morning.
When the women arrived at the tomb he had already been out for a full day


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A civilized society is a society whose laws do not revolve around any one person or group of people.
The more a society treats everyone as equals the more civilized it is.


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Message 2 of 3 (821515)
10-08-2017 6:35 PM


Just remembered this. Each of the four Angels is holding a yoke or a cross. The upper Angel is standing between an image of the Sun and Moon.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/...4/46/Image_of_Revelation.svg

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Why BELIEVE that it will rain today when you can KNOW that it might rain today. Belief is unnecessary and illogical.

A moral person is a person that understands that the universe does not revolve around their ego.

A civilized society is a society whose laws do not revolve around any one person or group of people.
The more a society treats everyone as equals the more civilized it is.


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Message 3 of 3 (821521)
10-08-2017 8:40 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by granpa
10-08-2017 3:12 PM


Paragraph 1 is a cut-n-paste from your own 2013 post from lunar eclipse of June 14, 29 AD over at CARM, and from your 2014 post from lunar eclipse of June 14, 29 AD over at Theology Web. You received feedback to which you weren't very responsive.

Thread proposal rejected.

Why don't you try composing an original thread proposal on a topic that you're interested in enough that you'll be responding more than just two or three times.


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