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.
~Death is pain of despair, rotted insanity, hearts of blackness, minds of void and bodies of poverty, and all is one~
- The Black (bwsteff.wordpress.com)
- Not being loved (alienorajt.wordpress.com)
- In the city of lights… (whirlpoolofemotions.wordpress.com)
- “Insanity” (asokajournals.wordpress.com)
- Her Despair, His Deliverance (awomansaved.wordpress.com)
- Runaway Bride (wordsovermatter.com)
- Fading (echoesofyesterday.wordpress.com)
- #279 – Think of an Episode of Your Life… (642writings.wordpress.com)
- 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.
- Desecration of Knowledge
Books and scrolls and of the like must be treated with respect, for knowledge creates wisdom, a rhythm of the soul.
- Desecration of the Dead
All things must be respected, so to includes the spirits; those who have passed. Show respect for the dead.
- Desecration of the Living
Life must be respected: walks of life, life in essence as a being of mortality be respected by touch and grace, tongue and mind.
- Disrespect of Rhythm
Rhythm is what makes up our souls, who we are. If you disrespect your brother and sister for who they are, you disrespect their soul, their rhythm. Honor and respect the rhythm of the living and respect that rhythm.