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The Christ Aquarian Revelation

 

Jesus Christ represents Aquarius!

 

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Aquarius, the Water Bearer

 

Aquarius is also the Man Face of the Cheribim

"As Above, so Below"
 

God has placed the Man Sign in the sky to guide us to full humanity and to assure us of our place in heaven and eternal life.

"There shall be signs in the sun, the moon, and the stars."

--Luke 21:25
 

 

From my Journal:

March 13th, 2012

I broke the Bible Code!

Aquarius is key Sign of Man in the sky. Son of Man= representative of Aquarius on earth.

I bear witness of the power of this astrological spiritual arrangement of Creation by Us, Elohim.

 

Following the Gospel of Humanity revealing the cosmic meaning of the Son of Man, I was led to the roles of Horus and Osiris in Egyptian religion in comparison to the role of Jesus Christ in the Gospels. I am indebted in this research to D.M. Murdock's book, Christ in Egypt, for her compilation of a wealth of Egyptian/Christian religious connections. One learns how Jesus Christ fulfills the classic Sun God rol like Horus and Osiris, not in all ways of course but with enough similarities plus the fact of the first Gospel author's residency in Alexandria, Egypt, to warrant suspicion of Judaization of Egyptian religious theological concepts, e.g. the tremendous emphasis, unknown in Judaism, on resurrection.

I naturally gravitated to the role of Anubis matching John the Baptist and my own spiritual role in the Vision of Christ Josephine. Anubis and John the Baptist represent the Water Bearer, the one who pours the Living Waters of Aquarius' water jar onto humanity giving them life more abundantly. From there it was but a short journey to realizing the hidden astrological role of Aquarius in Judeo-Christian theology.

While the astrological connection between Aquarius and John the Baptist is fairly obvious, less noticeable is Jesus Christ's connection to the Sign of Aquarius. Jesus Christ's connections to ancient sun gods have been noticed for well over a thousand years and are currently undergoing popular resurgence. So far, I haven't been able to find any other research that has has noticed all the Aquarian astrological cues found within the Old and New Testament connecting the Messiah-Christ conception with the Sign of Aquarius even though many astrologers have exposed the great many astrological meanings found within Biblical events and personages. For example who tells us God Most High is actually the planet Saturn? Who tells us EL as Saturn rules the House of Aquarius where His Image is the Man who pours out Living Waters, i.e., the Constellation of Aquarius? Like a celestial "Son" to his Father, Aquarius is where God has permanently placed the Son of Man Sign in the heavens for the eternal guidance of humanity towards becoming truly humane beings. Aquarius is the celestial Sign where God has placed humanity's store of knowledge of humanitarianism, the Sign which contains the role model of the Humanitarian, the Man with the Living Waters which saves humanity from destroying itself with acts of inhumanity towards not only other human beings but towards Life itself. The Humanitarian Savior is the model of righteous behavior for Christians in the Age of Aquarius.

 

Communicating the Celestial Torah in Images

I've found that using iconic imagery helps show the history of how astrological events have formed the foundational ideas of even Abrahamic religions supposedly free of pagan theologies such as astrology. See the Celestial Torah Christianity index of the astrological and iconic elements that form the Celestial Torah.

 

"As Moses lifted up the serpent so too shall the Son of Man be lifted up"

 

The Astrological meaning of the Celestial Torah

The Astrological meaning of the Celestial Torah and Judeo-Christianity's purpose is to point attention to the constellation of Aquarius as the Sign of Man God has put in the heavens for humanity's guidance. Aquarius speaks to men as God's Model Man. The Spirit of Christ is in the Sign of Aquarius who pours Living Waters upon humanity. The meaning of the Celestial Torah is protect for all generations the astrological knowledge which God has placed in our human minds that point us through the astrological Signs to the Man with the urn of Living Waters, Aquarius, as the Humanitarian Model for all humanity for all time.

The line pointing to Aquarius is consistent from Moses to Jesus to our times and the Celestial Torah's revelation of meaning. From Canaan and Egypt to Jerusalem, to Rome, and to the world, a Message hidden in the astrological symbolism of the Bible and New Testament and in the revelations of the Gospel of Humanity and the Gospel of Christ Aquarius. This is the meaning of "One Way" and "Born Again". There is only One Way out of the Circle of Animals (=Zodiac) and animal behavior. Only One Way to create the Humanitarian God who created Creation and Us. God's Sign-ature in the sky is Aquarius.

Judaism missed this Aquarian connection when Jewish priests uncoupled their earthly Torah with its astrological roots in the heavens. Jesus Christ symbolizes this Aquarian connected information in his love and concern for all humanity, no one left out. Jesus Christ fills out the Model Man's character but leaves it incomplete in his earthly life; no wife, no children, while on earth. But as a God-Man, he can be Father-Mother and all humanity are his children.

 

 

The Messiah-Christ connection

 to the Sign of Aquarius

 

 

The Origin of the Messiah-Christ concept

The anointing ritual for the consecration of kings and high priests to office and to the afterworld is astrological. It is based on the Sign of Aquarius

 

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Aquarius in the ancient Egyptian Zodiac

 

The constellation of Aquarius is the oldest recorded constellation or Sign of the Zodiac, the 12 constellations or "Houses" that the sun and the other "planetary" members of the Seven Planetary Rulers passed through during the solar year and and "Great Years" calculated by the ancient astrologers. Aquarius although classified as an "Air Sign" is the stellar symbol for the Waterbearer and is thereby much more associated with water than with air although when you mix the two you get weather and storms which also become their own "signs", e.g. Noah and the Flood, Jesus calming the storm-tossed sea.

 

   

 

 

Jesus calming storm

 

The symbol for Aquarius comes from the Egyptian hieroglyphic Mu, their word for water. It was when the Moon was full in the Sign of Aquarius that the Nile overflowed its banks and flooded the land. "Moses" meaning "drawn out of water" is derived from the Egyptian word for water as Moses' name in Arabic most clearly shows, "Musa".

 

 

For Egypt then Aquarius was a Sign of blessing. Not so much for the ancient Mesopotamians situated in the Euphrates and Tigris river valleys in which floods were a curse so Aquarius was a mixed blessing. All could understand that water was just as important to the life of the land as the sun was which was deified by most ancient cultures. Each ancient culture had its national gods and of course sun gods were usually placed first in the ancient pantheons with moon gods a close second. However, water being equally as important to sustaining life as sunlight, the constellation of Aquarius and its traditional astrological "ruler", the planet Saturn, came to be seen as equally important as sun and moon gods.

 

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An Iraqi reed Temple on the banks of the Euphrates

Only a few feet above the water line--river floods would be important to these people

 

Baptism is the ancient purification and consecration ritual

Baptism is the ancient ritual that confers Water God powers of Aquarius onto the worthy king or high priest for their entry into high office or preparation for enty into the afterlife.

 

Sumerian bas-relief of the Enki showing an Aquarian "mantle" of water streams coming off his shoulders

 

The fishes within the water streams identify Enki's Aquarius connection. Enki was the Sumerian god of water, crafts, intelligence, linking him to the Egyptian god Thoth and Greek Hermes. Enki was also the god of Creation so he was an important deity. Enki was known as Ea in Babylonia, a name meaning "House of Water", i.e. Aquarius. Enki's emblem was the Caduceus, the two snakes entwined upon a pole. He associated with the planet Saturn who's iconic image below shows him driving the two snakes that link Saturn to the Sign of Aquarius.

 

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Like Saturn, Moses ("Musa", "drawn out of water") also has his Aquarian snake iconic magic staff

 

Jesus connects himself to Moses and the Saturn-Aquarius magical healing snake tradition

"The LORD said to Moses, "Make a snake and put it up on a pole; anyone who is bitten can look at it and live. So Moses made a bronze snake and put it up on a pole. Then when anyone was bitten by a snake and looked at the bronze snake, he lived."--Numbers 21:8-9

 “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life."--John 3:14-15

 

Not only did snakes with their wave-like motion remind ancients of the waves of water, snakes shed their skins which made them come out looking like brand new snakes. With this quality snakes also became living icons for resurrection.

 

Baptism of the Living Waters of Aquarius anoints and consecrates kings and high priests

 

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Egyptian gods Thoth and Horus anoint an Egyptian pharaoh

 

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Medieval painting of John the Baptist baptizing Jesus. Aquarius was known as the Cup-bearer in the Middle Ages

 

 

Oannes, a Babylonian counterpart of Egyptian gods Anubis, Thoth, and Greek Hermes

 

Oannes and John the Baptist

Oannes was the prototype of John the Baptist. John the Baptist's name in Greek, the language of the Gospels, is Ioannes.

"At Babylon there was (in these times) a great resort of people of various nations, who inhabited Chaldaea, and lived in a lawless manner like the beasts of the field. In the first year there appeared, from that part of the Erythraean sea which borders upon Babylonia, an animal destitute of reason [sic], by name Oannes, whose whole body (according to the account of Apollodorus) was that of a fish, that under the fish's head he had another head, with feet also below, similar to those of a man, subjoined to the fish's tail. His voice too, and language, was articulated and human, and a representation of him is preserved even to this day.

"This Being was accustomed to pass the day among men; but took no food at that season; and he gave them an insight into letters and sciences, and arts of every kind. He taught them to construct cities, to found temples, to compile laws, and explained to them the principles of geometrical knowledge. He made them distinguish the seeds of the earth, and shewed them how to collect the fruits; in short, he instructed them in everything which could tend to soften manners and humanize their lives. From that time, nothing material has been added by way of improvement to his instructions. And when the sun had set, this Being Oannes, retired again into the sea, and passed the night in the deep; for he was amphibious. After this there appeared other animals like Oannes."

-- Berossus, from Ancient Fragments

 

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Thoth baptizing a pharaoh with Living Waters

 

The Living Waters anointing stream is composed of icons representing Aquarius and Leo

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The Ankh represents Life and the Was was the symbol for power and dominion.

 

            

Horus and Isis each carrying an Ankh and Was

 

The Ankh stream symbolizes the Aquarius-Leo cardinal opposition line. The Aquarius-Leo opposition forms the icons for the Egyptian Sphinx and the Jewish Ariel.

 

The Egyptian Sphinx

 

The Sphinx is an astrological creature composed of the icons for Aquarius and Leo, which is one half of the cardinal signs that compose the celestial Grand Cross. Since Judaism forbids religious iconography, there are no Jewish Lion of God Ariel icons. Ariel is the Angel of Jerusalem and the Angel of Peace. The Lion's Gate below shows four lions representing Judah as the "lion's whelp" according to Isaac's description of the 12 Tribes of Israel which of course represent the 12 Signs of the Zodiac.

 

The Lion's Gate in Old Jerusalem. The Lion's Gate is also St. Stephen's Gate.

 

The complete Grand Cross astrological creature is the Cheribim and is composed the totem iconic images for Aquarius, Scorpio, Leo, and Taurus. Cheribim guarded the entry to Paradise and the Garden of Eden.

 

The Cheribim

 

The Man Face of the Merkabah is Aquarius. The Ox, the Eagle, and the Lion, make up the creature which represents the Four Directions, the heavenly Grand Cross, and the Protector of the Secret of the Torah which is protection of the Man Archetype found only in the constellation lore of Aquarius. Christ is Aquarius who pours Living Waters out on those who follow God's Sign in the heavens towards evolving human beings into humane beings. You are "born again"* when you understand and act upon the Humanitarian ideal of the Age of Aquarius, the Age where Christ triumphs in the Man Sign overcoming Leo, Judah, by universalizing the Torah Secret to all human beings, Gentiles as well as Jews.

These astrological creatures symbolized two things: For the Sphinx, Ariel, it was the balance of power and wisdom and compassion that the wise and obedient king showed his subjects. The Good King followed the Good God's commandments as a Son, one Anointed with the Spirit of God, the anointing coming from Aquarius' Living Waters. This is the way the ancients conceived of a balanced human being--that person held the strength and courage of a lion combined with the far-sightedness of an eagle and the strength of an ox all guided by the wisdom and compassion of a thinking Man.

* See the Celestial Torah meaning of "Born Again" pages for more about this.

 

The Astrological meaning of the "Son of Man"

 

Son of Man = the Human Face of God.

The Son of the Humanitarian Man who bears Aquarius' Living Waters on earth. This symbolizes the care of humanity as the main concern of the Good King who follows the Good God like a good son follows his good father. The constellation of Aquarius is the Man Face in the Cheribim as well as the Man Face of the Sphinx and Ariel. The real riddle of the Sphinx is how to balance the Aquarian-Leo Sage King Messiah role for the good leadership of human societies.

 

 

The Sign of Aquarius is ruled traditionally by Saturn, who is EL Elyon, God Most High to Jews and Christians. EL Elyon is Jesus' heavenly Father. And as a Good Son Jesus follows His Good Father's wise and compassionate guidance and tells us to do likewise. Aquarius is the heavenly realm out of reach of human beings where God has been storing the human knowledge base for humanitarian concern. Aquarius is the Water Bearer and the waters Aquarius bears is Living Waters poured out to the benefit of all humankind. Aquarius has thus evolved as an icon of the Humanitarian Man and the Humanitarian Man on earth is represented by the Son of Man, Jesus Christ. For more details about this important aspect of the Christ-Messiah Aquarius connection please go to the Sphinx, Ariel, and Cheribim and Humanitarian Model pages.

 

Living Waters and Jesus Christ

 

 

In the Abrahamic spiritual linage of Noah, Moses, Elijah, and John the Baptist, Jesus Christ also symbolically represents Aquarius as well as the sun in the Gospels. The rains are as important to sustaining humankind as is sunlight.

"Jesus answered and said to her, “If you knew the gift of God, and who it is who says to you, ‘Give Me a drink,’ you would have asked Him, and He would have given you living water.”

The woman said to Him, “Sir, You have nothing to draw with, and the well is deep. Where then do You get that living water? “Are You greater than our father Jacob, who gave us the well, and drank from it himself, as well as his sons and his livestock?”

Jesus answered and said to her, “Whoever drinks of this water will thirst again, “but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.” --John 4:10-14

On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink.  “He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.” But this He spoke concerning the Spirit, whom those believing in Him would receive; for the Holy Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.--John 7:37-39

"In My Father's house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you."
--John 14:2

"And He said to them, Behold, when you have entered the city, a man will meet you carrying a pitcher of water; follow him into the house which he enters." --Luke 22:10

This last verse is the Gospel's most direct reference to the Sign of Aquarius. In Jesus' time men did not carry water jars. It was considered women's work so this command by Jesus is unusual. In fact, the whole Last Supper scene is not actually a human drama at all but symbolizes the ancient astrological ideas about the sun's yearly travel through the 12 Signs of the Zodiac with Jesus representing both the Sun and Aquarius.

 

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Unlike the ancient Egyptian astrological assignment of beneficial waters of Aquarius flooding the Nile each year, Jewish scriptures tend to follow the Sumerian/Babylonian paranoia of Aquarius although not through fear of floods but of the fate of Aquarius when the Sun is most powerful in the Sign of Leo. Aquarius and the line of prophets bearing Aquarian Living Waters and/or water god powers tend to suffer from kings in the Sign of Leo. And Leo is the Sign for Judah as the "lion's whelp" tribe of the 12 Tribes of Israel which is the Jewish symbolization of the 12 Signs of the Zodiac. The 12 Disciples of Jesus do the same thing for Christianity. This actually constitutes the astrological "problem" for the Messiah who bears the Living Waters of Aquarius. Only when the rightful and righteous king rules the kingdom are the two key astrological Signs brought into harmony and peace reigns in the kingdom. The rightful king is the one who has been anointed with the Living Waters that consecrate his rulership and establish him as rightful Son of the Compassionate One, the Wise One, the Merciful One, the appellations of EL Elyon, God Most High who is Saturn the Ruler of Aquarius.

 

Aquarius suffers in Judah

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"O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you that kill the prophets, and stone them which are sent to you, how often would I have gathered your children together, even as a hen gathers her chickens under her wings, and you would not!"

--Matthew 23:37

Unfortunately, recognition of the rightful king or the appointed Messengers of the rightful king rarely happened. Instead prophets bearing the humanitarian concerns of God are attacked in the heart of Judah, Jerusalem, the heart of Leo. It's like Daniel being placed in the lion's den. Christ Aquarius cannot manifest in Judah or Judaism, it is Leo controlled and opposes the Humanitarian Man. Astrologically this symbolized by the constellation of Aquarius losing its "head" as the rest of the constellation lies below the horizon in the summer month of Leo. This is perhaps why God and history took Christianity and the Spirit of Christ out of Judah, took it westward following the sun's path, to Rome and from Rome to the whole world.


Aquarius as the Cupbearer

"And whoever gives one of these little ones only a cup of cold water in the name of a disciple, assuredly I say to you, he shall by no means lose hi reward."

--Matthew 10:42
 

 

Aquarius is the Cupbearer in ancient and medieval astrological depictions. In the "upper room" where the last supper takes place symbolizing the celestial location of the event, Jesus Christ lays special emphasis on the Eucharist cup of wine symbolizing the Spirit of Christ (Jesus changes water into wine showing how the Spirit is infused into Living Waters). He again refers to the Cup of his destiny as the Aquarian Messenger who like John the Baptist, must suffer in the Sign of Leo the Ruler.

"And he went a little further, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt."

--Matthew 26:39

 

The Holy Grail

 

Aquarius represents all of Humanity

 

 

The Sign of Aquarius is most often seen as a man carrying the urn of Living Waters but since Aquarius must represent all Humanity, Aquarius is the only Sign of the Zodiac that represents both sexes. In the Greek astrological system Ganymede represents Aquarius and Ganymede was the most beautiful of men. Not the most handsome of men but the most beautiful. In fact, in Greek mythology, Ganymede is so beautiful Zeus takes this attractive man who becomes a problem for him off the mortal plane and earth and disguised as an eagle places Ganymede in the stars as the constellation of Aquarius.

 

 

The Sign of Aquarian Sign as the Human Face of God must represents both sexes. We should expect the Spirit of Christ to manifest this aspect to begin to reestablish spiritual balance in the Godhead and so the world receives the Vision of Christ Josephine bearing the Spirit of Christ as the Daughter of God.

 

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Aquarius

Because our Earth is a very special Water World

 

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