The Identity of Jesus Christ
At the beginning of this article, I have a request for you, my dearest reader. Would you please search now on the internet for images based the keyword of “IHS”? You can do that for example by clicking here.
What does “IHS” mean? To start with, these are not our ‘normal’ characters, since they are Greek letters. When we transfer these Greek letters into our usual letters, then we get 'IES' or 'JES'. The pronunciation of this ancient word is 'Jes' or ‘yes’.
Did you search the internet
on images of “IHS" (or Jes)? How many images you
found in which the letters “IHS” are in the middle of the sun? Do you know why
there are so many? There are so many ancient images of ‘IHS' in the middle of
the sun, because it is an ancient name of the sun. It is strange that in our
‘civilization’, we use no real name to refer to the central star in our solar
system. In ancient
All civilizations before
The word “Jes” (or yes) refers to the positive sunlight that we (together with all other living creatures) receive, which nourishes life on our home planet. Looking up at the sun Helios, we make with our head the nodding movement meaning yes. Over the years, the pronunciation of the ancient name of Jes became stretched out into Jesus. Therefore, Jesus is also a name of the sun Helios. A full orbit of our home planet around Helios is therefore called a year, which refers to Yes (or Jes), the name of the central star of our solar system.
Jesus (or the sun Helios) is the ruling Lord within our solar system. In ancient days, the Lord was anointed. That is why the Lord is the Anointed One. Also the honorary titles of Messiah and Christ (coming form the ancient word of Christos) have the meaning of the Anointed One.
Helios (our Lord) is our Father who art in Heaven, as explained in this video. Helios also has a Father (which is our Grandfather, who is also in Heaven). The Maya call our Grandfather Hunab K’u. This is the Mayan God of Creation. Hunab K’u is the central star in our galaxy, the Milky Way, and he is indeed the creating source of everything in our galaxy. When we refer to Hunab K’u as God (The Creator), then Jesus (meaning the sun Helios) is the Son of God. This means that the sun is the son.
The radiation (including visible light) coming from the permanent plasma outbursts of the sun Helios corresponds to the energetic qualification of Fire. This is also the Fire we find in Spirit. In nearly all images we find of “IHS" on the internet, we clearly see the image of the radiating sun. This radiation has a healing effect on us. That is why Jesus is described as healer. Healing means that we become whole again (meaning in balance). This healing ability is therefore Wholly or Holy. In conclusion, the sun Helios is the Father (who art in Heaven), the Sun (of God the Creator) and the Holy Spirit (radiating from his surface). The Holy Trinity known as the Father, the Sun, and the Holy Spirit is therefore a triple reference to the sun Helios.
To learn more about this, please read the free online e-book called ‘Wholly Science – Understanding the Process of Creation’ (ISBN 978-94-90765-10-1, 116 pages: link). This book describes that Jesus indeed is born on December 25, and also that he has been dead for three days after being crucified. This, however, is a scientific description of a yearly event! Next Wednesday, Jesus will be crucified again. And next Sunday, Jesus will be born again, after his death during December 22, 23 and 24. That is the true original meaning of the rebirth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. That is why we call this celebration Christ-mas.
This book also shows that the first chapter of the Book of Genesis is a scientific description of the process of Creation. Please pass this information on to all our beloved believers, since they also have the right to know the true identity of Jesus Christ, our Good Lord.
Sunday (the Day of our Lord, the Sun called Helios), December 18, 2011
P.S. The mind is like a parachute. It functions best when open.
After having read the above article, many people wanted to know what we celebrate with Easter. Below you find my answer:
With Christ-mas, we celebrate the (re-) birth of the Light Bringer (Jesus Christ). From that moment on, it is every next day longer light, and shorter dark. However, it takes until after the vernal equinox, before there is more light than darkness within the period of a natural day. That is therefore exactly what we celebrate at Easter. Easter always falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal equinox. This celebration is thus always on the Day of the Lord, in alignment with the cycle of (Regent) Luna.
This celebration is called Easter, because it is in the East where we can see the victorious Light Bringer appearing above the horizon. Another explanation for this is that the name comes from the ancient word Eastre, which means spring. Another name for this celebration is Passover, which comes from the Hebrew word Pesach. We celebrate at Passover that Light has passed over Darkness.
The church has made quite a mess of all this (aside from the personification of these Celestial fixation moments). This year, the Crucifixion of Jesus is scheduled on December 22 at 06:30 am. His resurrection from the dead will occur by sunrise on December 25 (three days after the crucifixion; where ‘the cross’ refers to the crossed lines of the solstices and the equinoxes). This resurrection is at the same time his (re-) birth. We then celebrate the come back of the light. It then takes nearly 90 days before the light is strong enough to pass over the darkness, which we celebrate at Pass-over.
So it is not all that complicated. Only when you are brainwashed by the fables of the Church, yes, then it might be slightly harder to see this simple truth.
I wish you all a lovely Celebration of the Come Back of the Light a.k.a. Christ-mas.
Monday (the Day of our moon called Luna), December 19, 2011
And what about Ascension Day and Pentecost?
Ascension Day is 10 days before Pentecost, and Pentecost is always seven weeks after Easter. After the light has passed over the darkness at Easter (or Passover), Helios climbs higher in the heaven every next day. After 39 days, this upward movement in heaven is celebrated at Ascension Day. These are exactly 3 periods of 13 days (which is a trinity of creational octaves, consisting of 8 wholly and 5 semi tones). On 49 days (7 weeks of each 7 days) after Easter, we celebrate the re-experiencing of the power of the light that comes from Jesus, the sun of God. Indeed, we celebrate at Pentecost the radiation of the Holy Spirit, meaning the sunlight. At Pentecost, we again feel the full force of Helios’ healing emanations (when there are not too many clouds drifting in between).