Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Christ Energy

Again, kudos to James for keeping The Sleeping Prophet in the conversation...DT the ET 

By James Tyberonn 12-25-13 

“For time never was when there was not a Christ and not a Christ mass.” (EC 262-103)

Edgar Cayce stated in his readings that there was never a period in (duality) earth in which the Christos energy was not present. He stated that Jesus (Jeshua ben Josef) was the first ‘man’, the first human soul to complete the process of the earth cycle and return in full to the Divine Source. He stated Jesus had ten incarnations prior to the one as Jesus. We celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25th, and December 25th was the Solstice prior to to the 3rd century AD. Read more (below) to learn the importance of the December Solstice and the true meaning of this time.


A Time of Rebirth…
Christmas is a time of celebration in modern society, a time of family gatherings. Yet for many, especially those who live alone, it can be a time of loneliness, a benchmark of remembrance of years past. So take time this Holiday Season, this time of Christmas & Hanukkah, to reach out to others, to express love. Take time in the energy of this solstice to contemplate and meditate. As the Sun completes an annual cycle, find time to meditate and contemplate the rebirth of the planet Earth, and the new role of humanity as co creators as we complete Year One of the New Earth.

The December Solstice has a great effect on all life on the planet earth. It is a time in which gravity waves are embellished and the ‘veil is thinned’. Solstices have been recognized by ancient societies as a special time for inward retrospection, of renewal and rebirth for this reason. The winter solstice is the time when the Sun reaches it’s southernmost rising and setting points in the northern hemisphere and the Suns apex at noon is at it’s lowest point of the year. It is a powerful time, far more than many may recognize.

Because of the solstice’s potent effect on the human psyche, emotional field s and indeed human aura, it is a time of not only ceremony, but of deep refection. In ancient times December 25th was the date of the solstice, before calendar changes were made.

December 25th as Christ’s birthday makes its way into a “calendar” or chronology created in 354 AD/CE called the Philocalian Calendar. In addition to listing the 25th of December as the Natalis Invicti, which means “Birth of the Unconquered (Sun),” the Calendar also names the day as that of natus Christus in Betleem Iudeae: “Birth of Christ in Bethlehem Judea.” Hence, we can see that people of the fourth century were clearly aware of the association, if not identification, of Christ with the sun, as they had been in Cyprian’s time and earlier, since Jesus is claimed to be the “Sun of Righteousness” in the Old Testament book of Malachi (4:2). The spelling of SUN as the Christ source of light is most interesting. Christmas marks the birth of Christ, and it is celebrated by Christians around the world. But this holiday has close ties to an older festival known as the “Unconquered Sun.”

The impact this Pagan tradition had on how Christmas was celebrated is one of the ways in which The Christian tradition changed as it developed through the ages. December 25th was the date of the winter solstice in the calendar Julius Caesar devised for Rome in 46BC. Today the winter solstice usually occurs on December 21st. Although Caesar used a 365 1/4 day year, a year is actually a little shorter, and this made the solstice occur a little earlier over the years. There was a discrepancy of 1 day in 128 years. The pagans celebrated the winter solstice as the Unconquered or Invincible Sun. 

After this day, the Sun would begin to stay in the sky longer each day, and there would be less cold, and less night; the Sun would win the battle of night and day. There would be feasts, evergreens would be brought into the house to be decorated and lighted with candles to pay tribute to the Sun.

Over the past few decades, many people have come to understand that “December 25th” represents not the birthday of a “historical” savior named Jesus Christ but the time of the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, when the day begins to become longer than the night, and the sun is said to be “born again,” “renewed” & “resurrected.”

It is a time of renewal!

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