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Ectohistory update

Page history last edited by Kaisiris Tallini 1 year, 11 months ago

Ectohistory of Christianity update


This is the ectohistory of Christianity [dates in "day.month.year" form]:

 

• Antinomian wilderness (circa 08.04.30 – 20.05.325) — church of Ephesus era

• Nicene church (20.05.325 – 05.05.553) — church of Smyrna era

• Anti-Christ church (05.05.553 – 28.07.754) — church of Pergamum era

• Petrine Christianity (28.07.754 – 31.10.1517) — church of Thyatira era

• Pauline Christianity (31.10.1517 – 11.02.1858) — church of Sardis era

• Marian Christianity (11.02.1858 – 11.08.2019) — church of Philadelphia era

• Johannine Christianity (11.08.2019 – 09.07.2020) — church of Laodicea I era

• Magdalene Christianity (09.07.2020 – 03.02.2021) — church of Laodicea II era

 

It should be noted that Petrine Christianity (28.07.754 – 31.10.1517) is based primarily on the concept of Petrine Primacy. Petrine Primacy refers to the Roman Catholic church's doctrine that Yeshua HaNotzri [יֵשׁוּעַ הַנָּצְרִי], Iesous ho Nazoraios (Ἰησοῦς ὁ Ναζωραῖος), or Jesus the Nazorean (October 5 BCE – April 30 CE) — aka 'Jesus Christ' — conferred on Simon Peter (c. 4 BCE – 29.06.67 CE) chief authority as head of the twelve male apostles, even though Jesus actually had at least 14 apostles with the females Mary the Magdalene (Μαρία ἡ Μαγδαληνή) and Susanna (Σουσάννα). This doctrine also implies that the same religious authority and leadership has been handed down to each and all of Peter's successors, in an unbroken male-only line, even though by the 6th century, the already apostate Anti-Christ church (05.05.553 – 28.07.754) had expelled all women bishops, and clearly against early Christian church practice and tradition up to that point in time. Among Orthodox Christians, all chief bishops or episcopoi (ἐπῐ́σκοποι) are seen as successors of Peter, not just those claiming to be part of the unbroken line of successors (apostolic succession). Christians of the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Old Catholic, Moravian, Hussite, Anglican, Church of the East, and Scandinavian Lutheran traditions maintain that a bishop (a high priest and overseer of several congregations) cannot have regular or valid (religious) orders unless he has been consecrated in this apostolic succession. However, each of these groups does not necessarily consider consecration of the other groups as valid.

 

Pauline Christianity (31.10.1517 – 11.02.1858), on the other hand, is based on the still current premise of some Protestants — those who still follow the Calvinist tradition of Protestantism, or the Presbyterian, Reformed, and Reformed Baptist churches — who deny the doctrine of apostolic succession. For these Protestants, to be apostolic is simply to be in submission to the teachings of the original twelve apostles as recorded in scripture. This doctrinal stance fully reflects the Protestant view of authority, as embodied in the doctrine known as «Sola Scriptura» — Latin for 'by scripture alone'.

 

The born again (b.a.) Jesus himself will eventually be seen according to the prophet Isaiah, and several other biblical prophets, yet out of the hundreds of Marian apparitions signalled around the world, Roman Catholic church officials have fully approved only about 17 apparition instances, and the Coptic Orthodox church (about 3 apparitions), and Anglican Communion (about 3 apparitions), have not approved too many either. This is clear evidence that the Petrine era institution, and its Pauline era offshoots, have been blatantly ignoring clear manifestations of the Marian Christianity (11.02.1858 – 11.08.2019) era, even though the first Marian apparition, according to Roman Catholic tradition, occurred as early as 2 January in 40 CE, or about 10 years after Jesus' death, and the apostle James bar Zebedee, or James the Great (c.1 – 43 CE), was the key witness to this apparition by the bank of the Ebro River in ancient Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza). The "Our Lady of the Pillar" is not only considered the first Marian apparition, but the apparition also occurred before the Gospels were even written down, and this apparition is also the only one which occurred while Mary — Mariam (Μαριάμ) or Maria (Μαρία) in Greek, and actually Maryam [מַריַם] in Aramaic —, the mother of Jesus, was still alive!

 

The Johannine Christianity (11.08.2019 – 09.07.2020) era is the time when the parousia (παρουσία) — the visible manifestation or appearance of the Christ or Messiah, also known as the christophany — will occur, but since Petrine and Pauline Christians have largely ignored Marian apparitions, which were largely God-made, not man-made manifestations, they will probably also ignore the born again Jesus himself, treat him also — not just his born again mother — as 'private revelation', and as such, not an object of the proper Christian faith. This was in fact predicted by Venezuelan mystic, and Cesidian saint Maria Esperanza de Bianchini, SD (22.11.1928 – 07.08.2004). She predicted that Jesus would soon come in a different way than he did 2,000 years ago, that Jesus would appear to many people — at least initially — in a more private way. During the Johannine Christianity era, the born again John the Evangelist (3 – 97 CE) — aka John bar Zebedee — was invited to join the born again Jesus, but 'she' did not accept this religious mission.

 

This, in turn, led to the Magdalene Christianity (09.07.2020 – 03.02.2021) era. During the Magdalene Christianity era, the born again Mary the Magdalene (Μαρία ἡ Μαγδαληνή) was invited to join the born again Jesus, but 'she' also did not accept this religious mission.

 

Judaeo-Christians — ie, Christians and Messianic Jews — of all varieties are free to accept the born again Jesus, or not, but this clearly points to Jesus' own words on the matter, why he will say "I never knew you" (Matthew 7:23) in the end times to many, and even "I don't know you" (Matthew 25:12) to most Judaeo-Christians.

 

With the end of the ectohistory of Christianity (circa 08.04.30 CE – 03.02.2021) Age, that is, since the 3 February 2021, or the beginning of the Cesidian Age, the born again (b.a.) Jesus assumed that his time on the surface of planet Earth was virtually over, and that he would soon leave low Earth orbit (LEO), in order to be brought before the "Ancient One", or the "Ancient of Days" (Daniel 7:13).

 

Because a prophecy mentioned in Daniel 8:13−14 indicates something major in the battle against Satan is supposed to occur in early April 2022, the b.a. Jesus assumed that any date after early July 2021 would be the latest time for any possible delay in leaving LEO (low Earth orbit).

 

Well, as a few Cesidians know, we are well into November 2021, and the b.a. Jesus is still stuck on planet Earth.

 

The reason may have to do with one, not entirely wise bride left.

 

If you are not part of the congregation, curia (Latin), sangha (Pali), or sabha (Hindi) — plural: sabhao — of Cesidians, and/or ectopolitans, you cannot benefit from the upcoming major (paradigm) shift that even non-Cesidian, and non-ectopolitan empaths or psychics are predicting to be already occurring.

 

Now the b.a. Jesus continues to battle a jealous warlock, or several evil hexers or conjurers (a coven of witches and warlocks). These idiots think they can stop the b.a. Jesus, when even Satan himself, the so-called "man of lawlessness" (2 Thessalonians 2:3) failed!

 

The b.a. Jesus is also battling Facebook, when even ICANN itself largely failed in the past! So Facebook itself is now also an evil ectoinformatics hexer, conjurer, and diviner, besides being a glorified spambot.

 

Coming soon at a screen near you: the world's first UN-, US-, and ICANN-free ectointernet, and the first extraterrestrial cemetery for convicted hexers, conjurers, and diviners (false prophets).

 

They all shall "die in infamy", because they will not even be provided with normal funerary services.

 

By the way, reincarnation or gilgul neshamot [גִּלְגּוּל נְשָׁמוֹת], something which Jesus believed in, since he obviously equated John the Baptist with the born again Elijah (Matthew 11:14–15), is not possible on extraterrestrial bodies. Convicted hexers, conjurers, and diviners won't just go MIA (missing in action). They will go MFPE (missing from planet Earth) even spiritually.

 

"Vengeance is mine, and recompense, for the time when their foot shall slip; because the day of their calamity is at hand, their doom comes swiftly" (Deuteronomy 32:35), says Yehovah [יְהֹוָה] or Jehovah.

 

"[I]n its time I will accomplish it quickly", says the LORD of lords in another verse (Isaiah 60:22).

 

There will be no more delay for Justice, even for so-called "judges" of "supreme" courts.

 

You have been forewarned.

 

MT Kaisiris Tallini

 

 

 

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