If Jesus was born on the Summer Solstice then logically wouldn’t the Anti-Christ be born on the Winter Solstice considering that he would be the opposite of Christ? Take into consideration everything we have known and speculated about the Anti-Christ. So Christ was born into poverty and the Anti-Christ is said to be born into wealth, and we have assumed him to be brought up in the world of politics. Christ was a carpenter…and the Anti-Christ…is not? Father-wise Christ means ‘of God’ so we know Jesus to be the son of God, and the Anti-Christ is believed to be the son of Lucifer. So with these commonly known points what about the solstice birth concept? It very well could be a possibility, well I feel it is.
The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness how great is that darkness!
– Matthew 22 – 23
In my view this is to say, that in which you entertain is what you will become, and as the eyes are the windows of the soul, what we take in is what we will become. If we pay attention to things of the dark our aura/soul will be of the dark. If we were to focus our attention to faith in the lord, wisdom, enlightenment and joy then our aura/soul will be of light.
No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other .
– Matthew 24
In my view this ties in with the lamp/eye bit above. As no one can serve two masters, you cannot serve the world of the dark and the world of the light at the same time. I say ‘world’ as a collective term of joy, wisdom, enlightenment, love, etc. as things of the world of light and the dark world being greed, pride, hate, sorrow, envy, pain and etc.
- The cross be pain and love, water and fire, blood and passion and spirit and heart.
- The cross be light and darkness; light to love, dark to death, beautiful.
- The cross be wisdom and harmony and truth and justice.
- The cross be the sorrow of all sorrows, the pain of all pain, the anguish of all anguish, for the cross absolves all.
- Where one man falls so to shall others follow, however though one man among the mass shall rise. From their lips would a new age or idea give birth, and unto the men and women as the earth, shall such be planted into consciousness and become one of two things, supporters or destroyers.
- Would man be to fall, shall the darkness he brings collapse along-side or shall it continue as part to nature of man? The afore will not fall as it is ongoing, as does a virus along-side the light, for it is in our nature to love and to hate. However though as both reside in the individual, would one in dependence of the individual be stronger than the other.