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NightChameleons
12-21-2014, 08:06 PM
I saw this on a Facebook page called "Awake in Our Mythology":

The "Good News"

The message or Good News is unmistakable. The virgin awaits her promised son whose Cosmic role is to redeem mankind, and by that, creation from Evil. The message is further defined by the three decans, or explanatory side-pieces, attendant Virgo. The first of these is Coma, which in ancient Hebrew means "the desired," "the longed for."

Ancient astronomers taught that this constellation depicts a young woman whose name denotes a "pure virgin" sitting on a throne, nourishing an infant boy. Moreover, a boy having a Hebrew name "Ihesu," with the signification "Ieza," which in Greek is called "Christ."

The woman in Virgo and the woman in Coma (the side-piece of Virgo) are one and the same and so too must the infant, the "seed" and the Branch must likewise be identified together. Furthermore, in the hieroglyphic, the head of the son is slightly higher than the head of his mother symbolizing that he is to be "the greater." In the Zodiac he is "the Desired," while in the Bible he is "the Desire of all nations" (Hag. 2:6-7).

Here, in a zodiac prophecy recognized as early as 4000 BC, there is a virgin longing for the birth of her son, a Greater One, who is desired, or expected, by all nations. Moreover, bearing the Hebrew name "Ihesu." Thus, the Divine Promise and Primary Prophecy set high in the heavens for all to see.

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The Overman
12-21-2014, 08:19 PM
Mother Mary miscarry.

I saw that pregnant girl today. She didn't know that it was dead inside.

Jessica Fitzgerald
12-21-2014, 10:45 PM
I like this.

Mercurius
12-22-2014, 02:22 AM
This is highly interesting! Thank you for posting it.

Elizabeth Casto
12-23-2014, 09:39 AM
That is what I find so interesting. Things that are forgotten or become lost in translation are still very much relevant and its important to get to the bottom or the root.
Thank you for posting this.