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October 17, 2008 at 5:37 pm #6585October 22, 2008 at 5:07 am #10450opalescentMember
This is a bit about the Gregorian calendar reform:
The motivation of the Catholic Church in adjusting the calendar was to celebrate Easter at the time it thought the First Council of Nicaea had agreed upon in 325… Worse, the reckoned Moon that was used to compute Easter was fixed to the Julian year by a 19 year cycle. However, that approximation built up an error of one day every 310 years, so by the sixteenth century the lunar calendar was out of phase with the real Moon by four days….
[W]hen the new calendar was put in use, the error accumulated in the 13 centuries since the Council of Nicaea was corrected by a deletion of ten days. The last day of the Julian calendar was Thursday, 4 October 1582 and this was followed by the first day of the Gregorian calendar, Friday, 15 October 1582.
Why coordinate with the Council of Nicaea, making that particular thing the basis of timetelling?
The First Council of Nicaea was convened by Constantine I upon the recommendations of a synod led by Hosius of Cordoba in the Eastertide of 325. This synod had been charged with investigation of the trouble brought about by the Arian controversy in the Greek-speaking east. To most bishops, the teachings of Arius were heretical and dangerous to the salvation of souls. In the summer of 325, the bishops of all provinces were summoned to Nicaea
Arianism is the theological teaching of Arius (c. AD 250-336), who was ruled a heretic by the Christian church at the Council of Nicea. Arius lived and taught in Alexandria, Egypt in the early 4th century. The most controversial of his teachings dealt with the relationship between God the Father and the person of Jesus, saying that Jesus was not one with the Father, and that he was not fully, although almost, divine in nature…
Arius posed the question, “Is Jesus unbegotten?” In other words, he taught that God the Father and the Son did not exist together eternally. Further, Arius taught that the pre-incarnate Jesus was a divine being created by (and possibly inferior to) the Father at some point, before which the Son did not exist… That doctrine that Arius wrote was based on Scriptures such as John 14:28 where Jesus says that the father is “greater than I” to John 17:20-26 where Jesus asks that the Apostles become “one as we are one” so that all of them including Jesus and God become one, thus demonstrating that the oneness refers to thought and will, and not a physical Trinity, or so Arius believed.
Of all the various disagreements within the Christian Church, the Arian controversy has held the greatest force and power of theological and political conflict, with the possible exception of the Protestant Reformation. The conflict between Arianism and Trinitarian beliefs was the first major doctrinal confrontation in the Church after the legalization of Christianity by the Roman Emperor Constantine I…
A letter from Arius to the Arian Eusebius of Nicomedia succinctly states the core beliefs of the Arians… “We are persecuted, because we say that the Son has a beginning, but that God is without beginning.”
(Personally, 10/23 has been programmed in my head as an alarm for as long as I can remember, and it hasn’t rung yet )
How many 10:24s do you see?
Incubus, “Warning”October 23, 2008 at 12:41 pm #10451Bigfeet EMember
Hm, sadly your video has been removed Opalescent…
As i wasn’t so sure about the date-issue, i kinda left this to the middle.
But what i found really interesting was the 22050 number, could it be Hertz ? And if yes, could this be a frequenty of vibration what is needed for the ‘sighting’ to become visible to us…? That was the first question that popped in. Offcourse we don’t have a Hertzmeter attached to our body’s haha, but there has to be a reason for the Alabama announcement.I think it’s pretty clear we still have to uplift our vibration, not so much that we would have to calculate the freq. but more as a given to make it availeble to our mental proces. To point out to us that we need to uplift in vibration…
So, 10/23 does someting to you…
Ever wondered how it is connected to numorology & tarot ? As these two are also connected, the whole maybe can bring you a clue to the bigger picture regarding the ‘alarmbel’.October 23, 2008 at 4:12 pm #10452opalescentMember
… video should work now!
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