The Titans of the “MAGI MANUSCRIPTS” PT3
False doctrines! When the long-prophesied star finally appears, the star is not simply sighted at its rising, as described in Matthew, but rather descends to earth, ultimately transforming into a luminous “star-child” that instructs the magi to travel to Bethlehem to witness its birth in human form. The star then guides the magi along their journey, miraculously clearing their path of all obstacles and providing them with unlimited stamina and provisions. Finally, inside a cave on the outskirts of Bethlehem, the star reappears to the magi (the star enters the cave) as a luminous human child—the Christ child—and commissions them to become witnesses to Christ in the lands of the east.
Washing in a spring for purification – The shaft of light from the star was overwhelmingly intense.
The Protevangelium also elaborates on the appearance of the star: The magi tell Herod that all the other stars dimmed in comparison.
Images of a child in a star and the Magi still exist on some medieval art.
The ‘star’ once shined bright above the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden but vanished after Adam and Eve sinned.
THE LABYRINTH OF THE DRAGON AGE
Upon researching this manuscript, I found its origin derives from Syriac language. Syriac is a later form of Aramaic or Aramaean, sometimes called Assyrian. ‘Languishing’ for centuries until recently? In the Vatican Library…called Codex Vaticanus Syriacus 162.
It is part of the Chronicle of Zuqnin, a sort of world history, Vaticanus Syriacus 162, a codex in the Vatican Library from the 8th century AD. Brent Landau, an Anglican Christian and assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Oklahoma, has, for the first time, translated The Revelation of the Magi into English and added a commentary. Now, he has written a book from his doctoral study called The Revelation of the Magi—The Lost Tale of the Wise Men’s Journey to Bethlehem.
It reveals in the texts that Twelve Kings were described as ‘wise men’. Each of them is individualized with a name and lineage. Supposedly coming from the Eastern part of the known world from the Seth bloodlines.
As per usual, Satan even duplicates the Apostles!
The Bible is specific about religion. Then add planets, and worship of stars…angels! Some considered these to be one in the same and their ‘god’.
The number identifies the Magi with the number of Jesus’s disciples, but some pictures of Mithras show him with twelve attendants too. The number twelve emerges in religions because the sun passes through twelve constellations in its annual journey. It shows how religions either were solar originally, or have taken up many of the traditions of solar religions.
The names of the 12 Magi are all late Persian—Zaharwandad, Hormizd, Aushtazp, Arshak, Zarwand, Ariho, Artahshishat, Ashtanbozan, Mihruq, Ahshirash, Nasardih, Merodak, and include the names of Ahuramazda (Hormuzd) and Mithras (Mihrug). A Syriac tradition harmonizes the numbers with the story that twelve Magi journeyed from further east to Urfa, but nine had to return home, so only three remained on to Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
The conventional three names, Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar, were late inventions, but the names imply three nations or races of people—Semites in the word Melchior (King), Aryans (Persians) in the name Caspar, and Chaldaeans in the name Balthazar (Belshazzar)—all being inhabitants of the Persian empire. Indeed, the Syriac names are—Larvandad, Gushnasaph, and Hormisdas, also sounding Persian, or perhaps Indian in the case of Gushnasaph, perhaps the original of Caspar, and Hormisdas again standing out as the very name of the Persian high god—Ahuramazda, one literal reading of which would be “Lord Magus”.
The Revelation of the Magi says the home of the Magi was not Persia, as, pace Landau, all the allusions imply, and early Christians generally believed, but a land called Shir that produced silk, identified by a great wall, so apparently was China, the farmost eastern kingdom in the imaginable world. In fact, access to China was for centuries by way of Persia and the silk road, so stories about the origin of silk and the Great wall of China came from Persia. Moreover, Shir could also be one of the western terminations of the Silk Road.
To digress marginally, but to some purpose, Shir is a word common in Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan—all places once inhabited by Iranians, and mostly once part of Persia—even Syria! It is an Iranian word meaning “lion”, not a Chinese word. Part of Khorasan, in the northeast of Iran and on the Silk Road, is called Shir, and there are several towns around there, close to the Silk Road, with names like Shirabad, Shirwan, Sera, and so on. Iranians consider it a holy land. The Shir-Kuh mountains are in central Iran. Indeed, Shiraz is a town in Fars itself quite close to where Persepolis once stood.
Out of interest, here is a picture of the Iranian national emblem, once part of the Iranian flag, but not now acceptable to the fanatical religionists of the aniconic Moslem faith. It is a Persian lion sun, a sun rising over the back of a lion:
More on this here: http://www.askwhy.co.uk/christianity/0305epiphanymagi.php#Revelation
Highly relevantly, the Magi used a psychedelic drug called haoma to give themselves spiritual sustenance. In short, the food here that sustained them does so in a spiritual sense, not a nutritional one.
This duplicates the Manna which The Holy Spirit fed the Israelites during the 40 year wanderings.
According to Origen, after the star appeared to the magi, they noticed that their magic spells faltered and their power was sapped. Consulting their books, they discovered the prophecy of the oracle-reader Balaam, who saw a rising star “coming out of Jacob” that indicated the advent of a great ruler of Israel. The magi thus conjectured that this ruler had entered the world. So, the magi traveled to Judea to find this ruler, and based on their reading of Balaam’s prophecy, the appearance of the comet and their loss of strength, they determined that he must be superior to any ordinary human—that his nature must be both human and divine.
Balaam is pictured as blind in one eye and lame in one foot; and his disciples (followers) are distinguished by three morally corrupt qualities:
an evil eye
a haughty bearing
an avaricious spirit
Balaam was a sorcorer! And so were the Magi!
Cup Runneth Over
Egyptologist, David Fabre, a member of the European Institute of Submarine Archaeology, think a “Magus” could have practices fortune telling rituals using a bowl…the bowl which some call, “The Cup of Christ”. Christ is referred to as the magician! Of course, this is NOT the Jesus Christ of the Bible.
According to Fabre, ever since Mesopotamia in the 3 BC, the soothsayer was instructed by the gods to interpret the forms taken by the oil poured into a cup of water. The individual, or “medium,” then goes into a hallucinatory trance when studying the oil in the cup. They therefore see the divinities, or supernatural beings appear that they call to answer their questions with regard to the future.
Also another connection to the Roman Catholic religion is:
The same metaphor is used of the mass or holy communion, in which a wafer biscuit gives the eater spiritual sustenance. They were the equivalent of the holy communion, with tiny fragments of bread serving the same purpose of the communion wafer. John Allegro has suggested that early Christianity also used some sort of visionary drug.
Finally…in conclusion of this message, the Magi/Twelve Kings were spreading a false doctrine. This doctrine was known to originate from Persia and Zoroastrianism. And the agenda from then to now? Universal religion with the Golden Age as the center of operation. In other words? The Eastern religions crystalizing into one mind, so to speak. The nuclear infusion of doctrines which would explode in the world as a New Age method of Enlightenment. Otherwise known as The New World Order/One World Religion.
William Henry. The Magi Lightbody [link]
William Henry. The Magi Lightbody [link]
So, we revealed false doctrines, false prophets, and religions. Connections which show the Greek gods of old are nothing more than demons, Nephilim in disguise. Connections of the Ascended Masters to the Magi! Bloodlines which perceive themselves as the bloodline of Jesus which is pure evil. Dragon’s blood…to be sure.