Tuesday, March 22, 2005

The Most Important Post I Made on My Blog So Far

From the Discovery Channel’s Mummy Detectives I watched about an hour and a half ago, I learned that:
Jesus was born on April 17 6B.C.
The 3 Magi, who arrived at Bethlehem on December 19 6B.C., are from Persia and that they are experts in Ancient Astronomy, Dream Interpretation, and Magic.
The Magi saw that Jupiter, "The Star", was in the constellation of Aries and that was the sign that The King of Kings will be born in Judea.
They mentioned on the Mummy Detectives that…Jupiter = king of kings. But I’m not sure if they said that Aries = Judea.
They magi arrived at Judea in December 19 6B.C. and met Herod. They were instructed to go to Bethlehem because the prophecies said that the king who will free the Israelites from the Romans will be born there.
The Holy Family fled to Egypt an might had most likely stayed in the place where Queen Cleopatra had a Judean garden made, 30 years ago, for herself, complete with imported trees from Judea and Judean people to tend the garden.
The magi, were composed of one young man, middle-aged man, and an old man as shown on the 16th Century painting from Ravenna, based on the legend of the magi’s age.
The relic of the magi are found in Cologne, Germany. The back of their skulls were analyzed by the host and it proved the age legend.
The relics were collected by Queen Helen, mother of Constantine, during the 4th century.

The act of gift giving during Christmas came from the three magi.
The act of shaking hands originated from the Persian Empire.
December 25 was originally the celebration for a sun-god’s birthday.

Well... advance Merry Christmas then! :D

Enjoy(?) the Holy Week! :D


Blogger lost soul said...

i don't get the point.
is there any?
(actually, when i browse through
soemthing and see anything that has something to do with christianism(?), my brain blocks it out. i dunno.)

4:21 PM, March 23, 2005  
Blogger imakidatheart said...

The point is there are infos on the post that many people didnt know. Which, IMHO, are worth knowing. And basically because I want to put it there.

Regarding the "blocking" thing...

We see what we want to see and hear what we want to hear. blah blah etc.

The same goes for what we (dont) believe.

10:22 PM, March 24, 2005  

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