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Y2K plus 19 bug

Page history last edited by Kaisiris Tallini 2 years, 5 months ago

 

Y2K+19 bug

 

The Y2K+19 religious bug


The Year 2019 (Y2K+19) religious bug, can be summarised by the following ectohistorical statement: why did the born again Mary, or Lady Anna Tallini (22.12.1932 – 11.08.2019), die on the date of Sunday, 11 August 2019?

 

By the way, the day was also the date of the 10th of Av of AM 5779 in the Hebrew calendar, or the date of the observed Fast of Tish'a B'Av in Israel. This day mourns the destruction of the ancient temples and Jerusalem, and other major calamities which have befallen the Jewish people.

 

The day was also the date of Eid al-Adha in the Islamic calendar, the second main annual festival in Islam, which commemorates Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice everything for God, including his son, Ismael. According to Muslim beliefs, God became impressed with Abraham's sincerity, and gave him a ram to sacrifice instead. For that reason, Muslims who can afford to do so, now also sacrifice an animal on any one of the three days of Eid al-Adha.

 

Moreover, the day was also the date of the 3rd day of the Hajj, another Muslim observance. On day three of the Hajj, pilgrims return to Mina to stone the devils. Seven stones are thrown at each of the three pillars to commemorate Ibrahim's rejection of Satan. Ibrahim, by the way, is the name Muslims give to the father of Isaac, the grandfather of Jacob, or to Abraham.

 

According to the Wikipedia, the original Nicene Creed was adopted at the First Council of Nicaea, which opened on Saturday, 19 June, in 325 CE. In 381 CE it was amended at the First Council of Constantinople.

 

The Nicene Creed is the defining statement of belief of Nicene or mainstream Christianity, and in those Christian denominations that adhere to it. The Nicene Creed is part of the profession of faith required of those undertaking important functions within the Catholic church.

 

Nicene Christianity regards Jesus as divine and co-eternal with God the Father. Various non-Nicene doctrines, beliefs, and creeds have been formed since the fourth century CE, all of which are considered heresies by adherents of Nicene Christianity, or mainstream Christianity.

 

In speaking of the Messiah, part of the Nicene Creed, as printed in the The Lutheran Book of Worship, as well as in The Book of Common Prayer (Episcopal), recites:

 

For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate;

he suffered death and was buried.

On the third day he rose again

in accordance with the Scriptures;

he ascended into heaven

and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,

and his kingdom will have no end.

 

This creed states that Jesus the Nazorean (October 5 BCE – April 30 CE), or Yeshua HaNotzri [יֵשׁוּעַ הַנָּצְרִי] "suffered death", like it were some kind of passing minor ailment. It doesn't state that Jesus himself believed in reincarnation or gilgul neshamot [גִּלְגּוּל נְשָׁמוֹת], since he obviously equated John the Baptist with the born again Elijah (Matthew 11:14–15).

 

It also doesn't say that a bunch of king Josiah bootlickers and usurpers, who were led during the time of Jesus' ministry by Herod Antipas, had taken control of all religious belief not just in Jerusalem, not just in Judaea, but also in Galilee and Samaria, and forced the hand of Pontius Pilate in order to put Jesus to death, in violation of Mosaic law, which only allowed them back then, and under the worst of circumstances, to send the Messiah claimant into exile into the desert, to be "excommunicated" from the "proper" religious faith.

 

Not only these finely-dressed criminals forced the hand of the governor of the Roman province of Judaea, but what you may not realise is this: Pontius Pilate, and his wife Claudia Procula, according to the name given to her by the Western tradition, had witnessed first hand the extraordinary healing powers of Jesus or Yeshua on his own male child, and so Pilate had no doubt in his mind that they were forcing him to put someone to death whom he probably considered to be a "son of Jupiter", at the very least! So Pontius Pilate actually did his very best to postpone the execution of Jesus until he finally gave the order to have Jesus crucified.

 

By the way, Jesus was crucified not on a Friday, as followers of the Nicene Creed would have you believe, but actually on Saturday, the 8th of April, in the year 30 CE, according to the Julian calendar in use back then, or on 17 Nisan, in AM 3790, according to the Hebrew calendar. Yes, not only they had a man executed in violation of Mosaic law, and the man was also the born again Jacob [יַעֲקֹב] or Yisrael [יִשְׂרָאֵל], or the person the 'sons of Abraham' or Benei Avraham [בְּנֵי אַבְרָהָם] considered their direct Forefather, but they also caused to have him ultimately put to death on Yom Shabbat [יוֹם שַׁבָּת] or on a Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath! So at least three major commandments — the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Commandments — found in the Bible were violated! These commandments are the very important ones mentioned in both Exodus 20:2–17 and Deuteronomy 5:6–21, and which were given by Yehovah [יְהֹוָה] or Jehovah Himself, who engraved the Ten Commandments upon two tablets of stone for Moses on Mount Sinai.

 

The Nicene Creed also states that Jesus did not "rise again" early before the morning of the third millennium, but early before the morning of the third day, something which never happened.

 

Jesus' mother Mary — Mariam (Μαριάμ) or Maria (Μαρία) in Greek, and actually Maryam [מַריַם] in Aramaic —, who was never under Jesus' cross, and in fact not even any of his male disciples were, found out about Jesus horrific death only three days later, on Tuesday, the 11th of April, in the year 30 CE, according to the Julian calendar in use back then, or on 20 Nisan, in AM 3790, according to the Hebrew calendar. The two who Jesus knew who were there, under the cross, were Mary the Magdalene (Μαρία ἡ Μαγδαληνή), one of Jesus' unmarried or young female disciples, and an older Mary, the [wife] of Cleopas (Μαρία ἡ τοῦ Κλωπᾶ), who was in turn the mother of Matthew, also known as Levi, and James the Less. It wasn't even Mary's brother, Joseph of Arimathea, who had the decency to inform her, because he actually blamed her indirectly for Jesus' death, not the Sanhedrin, because Joseph was a hypocrite like most Jews then. No it was Mary, the [wife] of Cleopas who informed her, who like Mary, Jesus' mother, lived in Capernaum.

 

So not only the "resurrection" of Jesus is more about a past desired resurrection for the Roman Empire, but the ascension of Jesus to Heaven story is fake, and the pentecost story is a complete fake also!

 

Jesus' disciples never looked for Mary after he died, and after Jesus' death, Mary was so distraught, that only her Assumption to Heaven (Cesidian, Catholic holiday), while she was still alive, is a true story. Jesus' Father Abba (Ἀββᾶ) [Aramaic: אַבָּא; Hebrew: אָב], probably thought Mary would end up dying too soon otherwise, so some angels, probably the three angels the two Marys saw when they visited Jesus' tomb in the morning of Sunday, the 9th of April, in the year 30 CE, were later assigned to take care of her while she lived the rest of her days. One angel spoke to at least one of the two Marys, and said, "Why do you look for the living among the dead?" (Luke 24:5), the "living" actually being one of the Eternal Ones or Yehovih [יֱהֹוִה], or Jehovih, and also told them Jesus' dead body had been taken to Heaven (Luke 24:6), and any reference made of Jesus was clearly part of his past, or pre-"resurrection" statements. The other two, on the other hand, sat where Jesus' body had been laid, one apparently at the head, and the other at the foot (Luke 24:4; John 20:12).

 

Catholic tradition holds that in the early days of Christianity, Jesus' disciples spread the Gospel throughout the known world, and James the Great, the brother of John the Evangelist, and one of the two sons of Zebedee — Zebedee and Mary Salomé were his father and mother — that Jesus called Boanerges (Βοανεργές), or "sons of thunder", went to evangelise Roman Hispania, which is modern-day Spain and Portugal.

 

James confronted great difficulties in his missionary effort, and severe discouragement. On Saturday, 2 January, in 40 CE in the Julian calendar, or almost 10 years after Jesus' real, not fake Nicene Creed death, James bar Zebedee ('son of Zebedee' in Aramaic) sat tired and disappointed by the bank of the Ebro River in ancient Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza). Since the people of Roman Hispania were not being receptive to the Good News of Jesus, James the Great was ready to give up on his efforts to evangelise them. Catholic tradition holds that Mary "bilocated" from Jerusalem, where we are told she was living at the time, and appeared to James, yet Mary was also accompanied by thousands of angels. She appeared to James in order to console and encourage him, and Mary appeared atop of a column, or pillar of stone.

 

"Our Lady of the Pillar" is not only considered the first Marian apparition, but it also occurred before the Gospels were even written down, and the Marian apparition is unique also because it is the only one to have occurred while Mary was still alive!

 

Did this actually happen?

 

Yes it did, but Mary wasn't residing in Jerusalem at the time, because she had already ascended to Heaven, so she was already living in space, and being taken care of by angels!

 

Jesus also stated, "Again, I tell you the truth, if two of you on earth agree about whatever you ask, my Father in heaven will do it for you. For where two or three are assembled in my name, I am there among them." (Matthew 18:19–20). Here Jesus is mentioning the two or three (born again) angels who will honour, rather than dishonour him, unlike what his 20th and 21st century born again disciples did.

 

Why did Jesus specify that he would be seen among those two or three angels? Wouldn't we be able to tell?

 

Not really, but I leave the reason for that for those who already love the born again Jesus' new name.

 

MT Kaisiris Tallini

 

 

 

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