Star system of Sirius in the Bible - LIGHT OF GOD
The Dog star is the brightest star in the night sky, found in Canis Major. Some sun worship is directed towards the dog star knowingly or unknowingly for example christians practice dogma (dog star) and vicars wear dog collars (dog star).
John the baptist is a symbolic metaphor for the Dog star which is the brightest star in the night sky.
''John was a lamp that burned and gave light, and you chose for a time to enjoy his light.''
God spelt backwards is dog also. The dog star is the brightest star in the night sky hence why some sun worship is directed towards it.
In ancient egyptian mythology Isis had her head chopped off in ancient egyptian mythology also in the bible John the baptist has his head cut off by king Herod (which could be a corruption of the word Horus).
Isis has alot of connections to the dog star system itself aswell.
The name Jesus also comes from the name Isis not horus as many people wrongly think. the worship of Isis was a major religion in ancient Rome despite being an ancient egyptian god. So the original Jesus could well have been John the Baptist at one point.
John the Baptist also had a virgin birth like Jesus Chirst, so to say that he is an unimportant character in the Bible would be foolish.
Though I suspect the historical Jesus was in actual fact the apostle paul.
The belief that john the baptist was the actual messiah is shared by some like the religion of mandaeism which makes for interesting research.
Also there is two points of light in the bible refering to two sun gods one MAYBE refering to John the Baptist:
"God made two great lights--the greater light to govern the day and the lesser light to govern the night. He also made the stars."
Two suns? NO....
They are not strictly sun deities though they are thought of by many as being sun deities hence they are known as so...but they are more accurately light deities.
The two suns are thought of as being the Dog star and Aldebaran.
Aldebaran is known as the black sun sometimes which is represented by an eclipse, apostle which symbolically represents the black sun I think is the apostle Barnabas.
Also the real three wise men in freemasonary are actual the sons of thunder John and James and John the baptist which has an association with sun worship.
John the baptist is also called Eliah in the bible.
"But I say unto you, That Eliah is come already.... then the disciples understood that he spoke unto them of John the Baptist."
The quote below here is attributed to john the baptist is actually to John the Evangelist NOT John the baptist as many seem to think:
"And they asked him, What then? Art thou Eliah? And he saith, I am not"
John the baptist, John and James all have thunder attributed to them in mythology because John and james were known as sons of thunder in the bible. Also John the baptist is known as Eliah the thunderer in folklore so their holy day is thursday (thors day) not sunday which is attributed to another god.
The Eagle is a symbol of John the Evangelist and therefore symbolically represents one of the stars in Sirius (possibly Sirius B).
Each individual symbolically represents a star which are Sirius A, B and the not yet found Sirius C. In greek mythology they symbolically the three headed dog Cerberus which also symbolically represents these stars.Filed under: Religion
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