The Cross and the Four Elements
As many other things the cross, that the Christians have chosen as the symbol of their religion, is a stolen symbol used in many of the ancient religions. One of the most famous is the Ankh of ancient Egypt which symbolizes the soul manifested in the physical body or the four elements. The Christian Romans chose as well to use the cross, however first in the 4th century AD they depicted Jesus on the cross and gave us a little hint to the occult meaning. In many paintings and art of the cross they have put the inscription I.N.R.I which they now explain to be “Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum” meaning “Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews”.
Within occult Christianity this means the following in Hebrew:
IAMMIM - Water – A great part of our body is water.
NOUR - Fire – Body heat, the red blood cells.
RUACH - Air – Or energy which makes us able to control our body.
IBESHAH - Earth – Which is our flesh ”Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust”.
The cross is the four elements with Jesus representing the soul manifested in the physical body, like it did with the Egyptians.
However the Christians are not the only ones to have copied the reference to the four elements, some have just done it a bit differently.Religion, Cross
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