The Titans of the “MAGI MANUSCRIPTS” PT1
The Magi were a priestly caste of ancient Persian Zoroastrianism and were revered by classic authors as wise men. At one time I heard they were the wisest men on Earth…now how could that be? Let’s find out…
Considering the time in which I am publishing this, it’s sure to make some mad, even furious. But, people need to know the truth. I firmly believe that Jesus Christ was born, not on December 25, and He did not have any Magi around Him! And there was NO SUCH star! This was not Jesus Christ but the Antichrist/Satan! From the very beginning Satan deceived and he didn’t stop from the days of the Garden of Eden when he beguiled Eve and from then on….the chaos ensued.
Let’s begin at the beginning!
First of all Satan works in parallels…Jesus Christ is the Son of GOD, but Satan will have his replication. The Antichrist. He will come claiming he is not only the real bloodline but indeed he is Jesus.
The Merovingians have been plotting this for centuries…and it all began in Jerusalem, of course.
Let’s learn about the beginnings of this tall tale…it all began in Pergamum…now known as Turkey.
The Pergamon Altar
The Gigantomachy frieze on the outside walls of the Pergamon altar avoids to a great extent any direct references to contemporary military campaigns — except for the “Star of Macedonia” on the round shield of one of the Giants on the eastern frieze, or a Celtic oblong shield in the hand of a god on the northern frieze. The struggle of the Olympian gods, supported by Heracles, the astrological deities governing the days and hours and originating in the ancient race of the Titans, personifications of the forces of war and fate, sea creatures, and Dionysus with his followers, appears much rather to be a cosmological event of general ethical relevance. It can perhaps be interpreted in the sense of stoicism, and was certainly not designed without political considerations, as was the case with all artistic image metaphors depicting the struggle between the good and just principle — the Olympian gods and their helpers — and evil — the chaotic forces of nature in the form of the earthbound Giants.
The Vergina Sun appears in art variously with sixteen, twelve, or eight triangular rays. Its significance is unclear. The Vergina Sun (also known as the Star of Vergina, Macedonian Star, or Argead Star) is a rayed solar symbol appearing in ancient Greek art from the 6th to 2nd centuries BC. A symbol representing the Twelve Olympian gods.
Market Gate of Miletus
Akakallis, daughter of the King of Crete, bore a child, Miletus, to the god Apollo.
The Ishtar Gate and the Processional Way, Babylon
Dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar, the gate was constructed using glazed brick with alternating rows of bas-relief mušḫuššu (dragons) and aurochs, symbolizing the gods Marduk and Adad respectively.
In Babylon about 615 bc the Chaldeans connected the city’s temples to the royal palaces with the Processional Way, a major road in which burned bricks and carefully shaped stones were laid in bituminous mortar. Through the gate ran the Processional Way, which was lined with walls showing about 120 lions, bulls, dragons and flowers on enameled yellow and black glazed bricks, symbolizing the goddess Ishtar. The gate itself depicted only gods and goddesses; these included Ishtar, Adad and Marduk. During celebrations of the New Year, statues of the deities were paraded through the gate and down the Processional Way.
The Mshatta Facade
Mshatta Palace (Qaṣr al-Mshattā) is an unfinished Islamic palace. It may have been built by the caliph al-Walid II to welcome pilgrims returning from Mecca.
The Meissner fragment from the Epic of Gilgamesh.
The story introduces Gilgamesh, king of Uruk. Gilgamesh, two-thirds god and one-third man, is oppressing his people, who cry out to the gods for help.
Now, did you notice a theme? The last should have put the puzzle together for you….fallen angels oppressing mankind! This, my friend is a museum dedicated to the Greek demigods who were the fallen angels and their descendants.
Then we have this…
The Seat of Satan: Ancient Pergamum
“To the angel of the church in Pergamum write: ‘I know your works, and where you dwell… where Satan’s throne is. And you hold fast to my name, and did not deny my faith even in the days in which Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was killed among you, where Satan dwells.'” Revelation 2:12
Today, all that’s left of the city of Pergamum, now in modern-day Turkey, are ruins. But when the Apostle John wrote his letter to the church there, it was one of the most influential cities in the Roman Empire.
“Pergamum had a unique status that was different than any other city because it was the political center, says Rick Renner, the author of A Light in the Darkness, a study of the seven churches of Asia Minor. “It was from there that all the rulings were made that affected the whole of Asia Minor.”
The people of Pergamum were inventors and innovators. They perfected a parchment made out of calfskin and built the world’s first psychiatric hospital.
Pergamum was also a well-known center for the arts. The city’s theater seated ten thousand people a night. The acoustics were so good that a whisper on stage could be heard all the way in the top row.
The city’s acropolis rivaled Athens, and its library was the second largest in the ancient world. Its collection was so great that the Roman general Marc Antony presented it as a wedding gift to Cleopatra.
At the end of the first century, Pergamum was a thriving city. So why does the book of Revelation call it the dwelling place of Satan? The answer lies in the ruins of the city’s temples.
“On one side, it was a very beautiful city,” says Renner. “But on the flip side, it was one of the darkest, eeriest cities in the whole Roman Empire.”
The people of Pergamum were known as the “Temple-keepers of Asia.” The city had three temples dedicated to the worship of the Roman emperor, another for the goddess Athena, and the Great Altar of Zeus, the king of the Greek gods. Many scholars believe this altar is the “Throne of Satan” mentioned in the book of Revelation.
“That word ‘throne’ was used in a personal private residence, and it was a chair for the lord of the house, the master of the house,” says Renner. “The very fact that Jesus would use this word means that Satan felt at home there. He sat on a throne there. It was his territory. He was the master of that house.”
The city also had a healing center called the Asklepion, built in honor of Asklepios, the Greek serpent-god. In the first century, this was a cross between a hospital and a health spa, where patients could get everything from a mud bath to a major surgery. Even the emperors came all the way from Rome to be treated here, but this was no ordinary doctor’s visit.
“If you were a terminal patient, you were not allowed to go into the Asklepion,” says Renner. “These Asklepion priests didn’t want anyone hearing that someone had died in the Asklepion. There was a huge sign just above the official entrance to the Asklepion that said, ‘Death is not permitted here.’ So the only way you were going to get in to begin with is if they knew you were going to live.”
Patients entered through an underground tunnel. Then they drank a sedative, and spent the night in the dormitories of the Asklepion, while non-poisonous snakes crawled around them all night. They were told that the serpent-god Asklepios would speak to them in their dreams and give them a diagnosis.
“It was believed that the snakes carried the healing power of Asklepios,” and if a snake slithered across you while you were sleeping at night, that was a divine sign that healing power was coming to you.”
The next morning, the patients told their “dreams” to the priests, who prescribed their treatments. Finally, the patients made clay sculptures of the body parts that needed healing and offered them to Asklepios.
The people of Pergamum worshipped a myriad of Greek and Roman gods, but when Christianity arrived with the belief in just one god, the city’s pagan priests went on the attack and their most famous victim was a man named Antipas.
In the book of Revelation, Jesus called Antipas “my faithful martyr.” He was the bishop of Pergamum, ordained by the Apostle John, and his faith got the attention of the priests of Asklepios.
“He had cast out so many devils that the demons had been complaining to pagans, saying, ‘You’ve got to do something about this Antipas’,” says Renner.
The pagan priests went to the Roman governor and complained that the prayers of Antipas were driving their spirits out of the city and hindering the worship of their gods. As punishment, the governor ordered Antipas to offer a sacrifice of wine and incense to a statue of the Roman emperor and declare that the emperor was “lord and god.”
“If you reject the divinity of the emperor, then that is the equivalent of rejecting the city of Rome,” says Renner, “and believers were killed for this.”
Antipas was sentenced to death on the Altar of Zeus. Most of that altar still survives today, and surrounding it are some of the world’s most famous marble friezes. They depict the Gigantomachy, or the battle between the Greek gods and the giants. At the top of the altar was a hollow bronze bull, designed for human sacrifice.
Renner describes the method of execution suffered by Antipas.
“They would take the victim, place him inside the bull, and they would tie him in such a way that his head would go into the head of the bull. Then they would light a huge fire under the bull, and as the fire heated the bronze, the person inside of the bull would slowly begin to roast to death. As the victim would begin to moan and to cry out in pain, his cries would echo through the pipes in the head of the bull so it seemed to make the bull come alive.”
Even in the midst of the flames, the elderly bishop Antipas died praying for his church. The year was AD 92.
A few years later, the Apostle John wrote the Book of Revelation, mentioning the death of Antipas in Pergamum. Today, all that’s left there is the foundation; the Altar of Zeus is more than a thousand miles away.
In the 19th century, German engineers dismantled the altar and took it to Berlin. The so-called “Throne of Satan” went on display in the city’s Pergamon Museum in 1930, just in time to inspire one of the most brutal dictators the world has ever seen.
So, what does the Bible tell us? The angel of the church in Pergamum writes: The One who has the sharp two-edged sword says this:
Revelation 2 (KJV)
13 I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan’s seat is: and thou holdest fast my name, and hast not denied my faith, even in those days wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwelleth.
The One? Jesus Christ! HE tells us, HE knows WHO they are, and WHAT they do.
Now I say to the rest of you in Thyatira, to you who do not hold to her teaching and have not learned Satan’s so-called deep secrets, ‘I will not impose any other burden on you,…the Bible says:
But unto you I say, and unto the rest in Thyatira, as many as have not this doctrine, and which have not known the depths of Satan, as they speak; I will put upon you none other burden.
Many people do not know the secrets which have been kept all these centuries, and millennium…but Truth is inspiring, it is guarded by GOD, and will triumph over all opposition!
Nevertheless, I use some of the facts from this site as connections.
The Empress St. Helena (circa 248-330, mother of Constantine I) supposedly discovered their bodies (of the Magi) in Persia in 325 AD during her pilgrimage to the Holy Land and brought them to Constantinople, where their remains rested in the Mosque of St. Sophia. It was she who established their identity within the early church although the Magi were not referred to as saints until the twelfth century. St. Helena died in 330.
Interesting…the name Helena is very known in the occult world! Helena Blavatsky…here’s where it starts to get juicy!
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, the Queen of the Occult! An occultist, spirit medium, author, and co-founder of the esoteric Theosophical Society. This is where the modern world gets it’s esoteric doctrines of The New Age Movement. Deriving from the Hermeticism and Neoplatonism…a.k.a.-Hermes Trismegritus/Thoth.
According to Helena and the teachings, it was Morya ([one of the three wise men] of the Master of the Ancient Wisdom) who gave the myrrh to Jesus. Notice I DID NOT put Jesus Christ!
Shortly thereafter, Eustorgio I, ninth bishop of Milan, received the remains of the Magi inside a huge Roman marble sarcophagus from the Emperor Constantine I (circa 288-337), and brought them to Milan on a wooden cart pulled by a team of oxen. The cart entered the city through Porta Ticinese, and then sank into the mud. Eustorgio decided that this was a sign from God, and built the first basilica on that site.
In 1163 or 1164, the Holy Roman Emperor Friedrich I (called “Barbarossa” meaning “Redbeard,” 1122-1190) presented Cologne (Koln), Germany with a gift which he had taken from Milan after he had captured the city in March, 1162 — the bones of the Three Wise Men. It is said that the remains were transported in three ships.
RELICS-Within a few years, a shrine to house the relics was begun. The workshop of the goldsmith Nikolaus von Verdun was occupied for 50 years in the crafting of a golden shrine to house the relics (1180-1230). The shrine containing the relics can be seen today directly behind the high altar in the Cathedral. Fervent pilgrims began to flock to Cologne, which quickly became one of the primary religious sites in Germany.
A fabulous shrine was seen to need a stupendous church to house it, and the city of Cologne set about rebuilding its cathedral on a grand scale. Construction was begun in 1248 by the Archbishop Konrad von Hochstaden, in order to provide a more fitting cathedral to house the relics of the Three Magi. By 1265, the first of the chapels along the back of the cathedral were completed and in 1322, the Inner Choir with the High Altar was consecrated (even though this section had been completed around 1300). After 1322, the pace of construction slowed considerably, eventually grinding to a halt in 1560 due to a lack of funds. It was not until 1842 that construction was resumed by the King of Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm IV. It took another 32 years of work to finish the Cathedral, with the last stonework being placed upon the South Tower in 1880.
After taking 632 years to complete (1248-1880), the Cathedral Church of SS. Peter and Mary in Cologne is the largest Gothic structure in northern Europe. It is currently the most visited building in Germany — with 15,000,000 people a year come to view its beauty and its treasures. The shrine of the Three Wise Men is so famous that the church itself has become popularly known as the Dreikoenigenkirche (the Church of the Three Kings).
In 1906, some of the bones were returned to Milan and are now kept in an urn just above the altar of the Magi.
The cathedral was severely damaged by Allied bombing during WWII. The restoration was finished in 1956. However, the golden shrine which contained the relics was not damaged.
Otto I (23 November 912 – 7 May 973), also known as Otto the Great, was German king from 936 and emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from 962 until his death in 973. The oldest son of Henry I the Fowler and Matilda, Otto was “the first of the Germans to be called the emperor of Italy”.
Following the example of Charlemagne’s coronation as “Emperor of the Romans” in 800, Otto was crowned Emperor in 962 by Pope John XII in Rome.
Henry died from the effects of a cerebral stroke on 2 July 936 at his palace, the Kaiserpfalz in Memleben, and was buried at Quedlinburg Abbey. At the time of his death, all the various German tribes were united in a single realm. At the age of 23, Otto assumed his father’s position as Duke of Saxony and King of Germany. His coronation was held on 7 August 936 in Charlemagne’s former capital of Aachen, where Otto was anointed and crowned by Hildebert, the Archbishop of Mainz. Though he was a Saxon by birth, Otto appeared at the coronation in Frankish dress in an attempt to demonstrate his sovereignty over the Duchy of Lotharingia and his role as true successor to Charlemagne, whose last heirs in East Francia had died out in 911.
Duchy of Lotharingia – Lotharingia was a medieval successor kingdom of the Carolingian Empire.
When Otto arrived at Pavia on 23 September 951, the city willingly opened its gate to the German king. In accordance with Lombard tradition, Otto was crowned with the Iron Crown of the Lombards on 10 October. Like Charlemagne before him, Otto was now concurrent King of Germany and King of Italy. Otto sent a message to his brother Henry in Bavaria to escort his bride from Canossa to Pavia, where the two married.
The Iron Crown of the Lombards was passed to Otto in 951 during his first Italian campaign.
The Iron Crown of Lombardy (Corona Ferrea) is both a reliquary and one of the oldest royal insignia of Christendom.
The Iron Crown is so called from a narrow band of iron about one centimetre within it, said to be beaten out of a nail used at the Crucifixion. The outer circlet of the crown is of six segments of beaten gold partly enameled, joined together by hinges and set with twenty-two gemstones that stand out in relief, in the form of crosses and flowers. Its small size and hinged construction have suggested to some that it was originally a large armlet or perhaps a votive crown; according to others, the small size is due to a readjustment after the loss of two segments, as described in historical documents.
The crown became one of the symbols of the Kingdom of Lombards and later of the medieval Kingdom of Italy. It is kept in the Cathedral of Monza, outside Milan.
According to tradition, the nail was first given to Emperor Constantine by his mother St. Helena, who had discovered the True Cross. Helena supposedly cast one nail into the sea to calm a storm, while another was incorporated in a diadem then mounted into Constantine’s helmet, another fitted to the head of a statue of the Emperor, and a fourth melted down and molded into a bit for Constantine’s horse. Since almost thirty European countries lay claim to fragments of the holy nails, Blom (2002) holds that “Constantine also understood the value of these objects in diplomacy”; Several were sent off to various dignitaries, one of whom was Princess Theodelinda. She used her nail as part of her crown, the famous Iron Crown of Lombardy.
When the nail was incorporated into a crown and how it fell into the hands of the Lombard kings is unclear, though legends[clarification needed] involve Theodelinda, the queen of Lombards who resided at Monza in the late 6th century, for her part in converting the Lombards to Christianity. Theodelinda supposedly donated the crown to the Italian church at Monza in 628, where it was preserved.
According to another tradition, reported by the historian Valeriana Maspero, the helm and the bit of Constantine were brought to Milan by Emperor Theodosius I, who resided there, and were exposed at his funeral, as described by St. Ambrose in his funeral oration De obituu Theosdosii. Then, as the bit remained in Milan (where is currently preserved in the cathedral), the helm with the diadem was transferred to Constantinople, until Theoderic the Great, who had previously threatened Constantinople itself, claimed it as part of its right of king of Italy. The Byzantines then sent him the diadem, holding the helmet (which was exposed in the cathedral of St. Sophia until the lot of 1204). King Theoderic then adopted the diadem gemmis insignitum, quas pretiosior ferro innexa(s)crucis redemptoris divinae gemma connecteretas (St. Ambrose De obituu Theosdosii) as his crown, and this is the Iron Crown, passed by the Goths to the Lombards when they invaded Italy.
In some accounts, the crown was used in Charlemagne’s coronation as King of the Lombards. Contemporary or nearly contemporary accounts of the initiations of the earlier kings of the Lombards stress the importance of the king’s taking in hand of a holy lance.
The logic of the division was that Lothair had the allegiance of Italy, which had been his sub-kingdom under Louis the Pious, and that, as emperor, he should rule in Aachen, the capital of the first Carolingian emperor, Charlemagne, and in Rome, the ancient capital of emperors. Middle Francia (Latin Francia media) thus included all the land between Aachen and Rome and it has sometimes been called by historians the “Lotharingian axis”.
With the disappearance of a “lower” Lorraine, the duchy of Upper Lorraine became the primary referent for “Lorraine” within the Holy Roman Empire. In 1766 the duchy was inherited by the French crown and became the province of Lorraine.
The Order of the Iron Crown ([Secret Society] Italian: Ordine della Corona Ferrea) was an order of merit that was established on June 5, 1805, by Napoleon Bonaparte, under his title of King Napoleon I of Italy.
The order took its name from the ancient Iron Crown of Lombardy, a medieval jewel with an iron ring, forged from what was supposed to be a nail from the True Cross as a band on the inside. This crown also gave its name to the Order of the Crown of Italy, which was established in 1868.
The Merovingians were a Salian Frankish dynasty that ruled the Franks for nearly 300 years in a region known as Francia in Latin, beginning in the middle of the 5th century. Their territory largely corresponded to ancient Gaul as well as the Roman provinces of Raetia, Germania Superior and the southern part of Germania. The Merovingian dynasty was founded by Childeric I (c. 457 – 481), the son of Merovech, leader of the Salian Franks, but it was his famous son Clovis I (481 – 511) who united all of Gaul under Merovingian rule. After the death of Clovis there were frequent clashes between different branches of the family, but when threatened by its neighbours the Merovingians presented a strong united front.
During the final century of Merovingian rule, the kings were increasingly pushed into a ceremonial role. The Merovingian rule ended in March 752 when Pope Zachary formally deposed Childeric III. Zachary’s successor, Pope Stephen II, confirmed and anointed Pepin the Short in 754, beginning the Carolingian monarchy.
The Merovingian ruling family were sometimes referred to as the “long-haired kings” (Latin reges criniti) by contemporaries, as their long hair distinguished them among the Franks, who commonly cut their hair short. The term “Merovingian” comes from medieval Latin Merovingi or Merohingi (“sons of Merovech”), an alteration of an unattested Old Dutch form, akin to their dynasty’s Old English name Merewīowing, with the final -ing being a typical patronymic suffix.
The Merovingians believe themselves to be the heirs to Jesus. I personally believe this to be the FAKE Jesus.
Priory of Sion
The man at the center of the Priory of Sion is one, Pierre Plantard. His ancestors were Freemasons and Knights of Templar. Although the Templars began as humble Christians warrior monks, by the time of their demise they were an immensely wealthy order. In addition, it seemed that members dabbled in all manner of arcane practices. They were charged with hersy for spitting on the cross, worshiping a head they called ‘Baphomet’. This head was even said to speak! It was said to impart information as an oracle. Accounts of similar heads can be found in medieval grimoires (magical texts) such as the Picatrix which was originally written in Arabic. This head also parallels the descriptions given about the ‘Golden Head’ of later alchemical texts.
They had the Temple Mount excavated and discovered many relics, some claim the True Cross of the Crucifixion, the Copper Scroll from the Dead Sea Scrolls, along with the Ark of the Covenant but they buried these items to keep invading armies from finding them.
One theory is that they discovered documents that had survived since the time of Jesus and gave an alternative view of Christianity. This is entirely possible considering the Nag Hammadi Library (false doctrine) was discovered in the 1940’s.
This is where we get the history which mimics the true Jesus Christ, with a fake. This is where I believe the Ascended Masters step into the picture. Hence, we have the flow of information which advances the idea that Jesus Christ was married to Mary Magdalene and had children. This is where the Merovingian heresies begin.
Again here we see definite reason for people to begin to doubt Christianity and its origins. Satan is slick!
The Three Magi were not following a star…but a star child. The star child leads them to a stargate. These were the children of Seth. This is the esoteric knowledge which has been kept secret.
Now, remember this is NOT the same Jesus as in the Bible, this is the Sananda Jesus of the Ascended Masters. The Magi were not human either!
Magoi (“Magi”), was the Greek word from which we get “magician” and in the first century AD had largely taken on that meaning. The Christian apologist, Origen, dealt with it by adding another layer of mythology. The Magi were indeed agents of the “daimones”…meaning demons.
THE SECRET OF SION:
Jesus’s Stargate, the Beaming Garment and the Galactic Core in Ascension Art?
The Secret of Sion reveals:
Jesus is an avatar of a race or tribe of advanced and wise humans, called Perfect Light Humans, who dwell at the center of our galaxy and travel via wormhole to and from this cosmic center.
Jesus will return the same way he left…via stargate.
Members of the race of Perfect Light Humans have remained on earth for thousands of years.They are the most ancient of aliens.
The Magi are representatives of the Perfect Light Humans.
Encoded within ascension art is a Stargate technology called ‘the Kit’. It includes the Star Crown (of Rose Thorns), a mysterious anointing oil and a robe of light called the Beaming Garment.
The Kit is periodically reassembled in preparation for the return of the Avatars of Sion.
Sion is rising and with it a new, new world order based on human ascension.
The connection between the Mayan image of the serpent rope from the center of the galaxy and Christian Last Judgement art that shows a serpent linking earth and the Throne of God.
William Henry reveals that these beings which travel through these stargates transverse with ARMOR! But this is not just any armor but this a twisted replication of the Armor of GOD. Is this the mantles which is spoken of in history?
Where is this St. Helena now? It’s the HAGIA SOPHIA in Istanbul, Turkey. It has served as the principal mosque for almost 500 years, even though not all parts of it are original.
Sophia Secrets? Conspiracy? Well, the esoteric gnosticism teaches she is the “Mother of the Philosophers, the Eternal Feminine, Queen of Good Counsel, and other such nominations which do not inspire confidence for one minute because I know it is a false idol.
At the Council of Nicea were not only Christian leaders from Alexandria, Antioch, Athens, Jerusalem and Rome but also the leaders of the many other cults, sects and religions, including those of Apollo, Demeter/Ceres, Dionysus/Bacchus/Iasios, Janus, Jupiter/Zeus, Oannes/Dagon/Sophia/ and Isis, and ‘Sol Invictus,’ the Invincible Sun, the object of Constantine’s devotion. The purpose of this council was to unify the various competing cults under one universal or ‘catholic’ church, which, of course, would be controlled by Constantine and Rome.
Sound familiar? Universal religion!
More to come…