ORION RIDES THE HYADES CLUSTER

ORION RIDES THE HYADES CLUSTER

Mary and Joseph as the bull and woman:

Acts 4:36
"Joseph, a Levite from Cyprus, whom the apostles called Barnabas (which means Son of Encouragement)."

Barnabas as the bull:

Acts 14:12
"Barnabas they called Zeus, and Paul they called Hermes because he was the chief speaker."

Zeus could morph into a bull in ancient greek mythology.

The association with stars in orion and the three marys from the bible comes from the fact that all three of them represent stars in orion's belt which has three stars. Three stars three goddesses.

The association with the moon comes from the sumerian tablets, example in wicca beliefs they believe in a triple moon goddess which is the equivalent of the three marys from the bible, mary magdalene, virgin mary and Salome. In roman mythology they have a greek goddess called diana who was worshipped as a triple goddess also in greek mythology you have heckate which is a triple moon goddess aswell, so the three marys from the bible represent stars in orions belt aswell as the moon.

Barnabas and Paul are seen as a duality gods aswell:

Acts 13:2
"While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, "Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul (Paul) for the work to which I have called them."

Also the story of three hags from ancient greek mythology called the graeae three witches who share an eye between each other also hints of the fact that the all seeing eye and the three marys from the bible have to do with the constellation of Orion.

Evidence that the shooting star is to do with orion (a little bit of evidence anyway):
http://www.truthcontrol.com/pictures/shooting-star-logos-barnards-star

Barnabas and Paul are also the alpha and omega from the bible (google if confused),
More evidence for astrotheology here:
http://www.truthcontrol.com/pictures/hyades-cluster-and-orion-mythology

For the rest of my pictures go to:
http://www.truthcontrol.com/user/2636/content/image

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