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Why didn’t the Pharisees recognise Jesus Christ?

  • 02.10.2015
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Today many people use the internet to collect information of their interest, and we are no exception. Recently I have found a list of questions relating to our subject, where somebody asks a consultant on the Christian portal www.bible.com.ua why Israelis did not recognise Jesus Christ despite all the “hints” they had. The consultant’s answer has seemed convincing and trustworthy to me. The answer well correlates with the present-day reality where for some reason we got the first critical and negative reviews on our publications from contemporary clergymen (see an example), and such opinions are very similar to those of Judaic Pharisees and lawyers who lived two millennia ago. Well, we are not going to draw any accusatory parallels, for our task is totally different.

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Prediction of the Second Coming of Christ as the Judge. Voiced by Giorgio Bongiovanni

  • 13.10.2015
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    In his interview to Russian journalists, famous Italian stigmatist Giorgio Bongiovanni tells about the Second Coming of Christ, or more exactly of His advent as the Judge. It should be mentioned we permanently encounter such indication in prophecies and scriptures that the awaited Messiah (Teacher) will judge humanity. From numerous sources we know that Rigden Djappo and Osiris (as one and the same “person”) is the Judge of human souls. We dare warily assume “the Second Coming of Christ” is exactly the coming of Rigden Djappo to the secular world.

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Predictions by Matrona of Moscow regarding the Second Coming of Christ

  • 13.10.2015
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    Here we cite a prediction by Matrona of Moscow (1881-1952), who was relatively recently canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church and named Saint. By the way, in our previous article Gabriel standing! Five-century-old prophecy by Ursula Southeil, Mother Shipton we referred to an obscure “fiery Dragon” mentioned in Mother Shipton’s tough prophetic poem. Let’s read the relevant extract one more time:

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Christianity: about 300 denominations. What do people divide, when God is single?

  • 17.11.2015
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Perhaps, many people are unaware that Christianity, the largest world religion of our time with its over 2 billion followers living in different parts of the globe, has about 300 denominations, and you have probably never heard of the most of them, dear readers. At that, hopefully, some rumours have still reached you that the largest Christian denominations are in permanent latent fight for the followers and their exceptional right to possess the Truth. At times it becomes totally unclear what the Lord, who is single in the multitude, has to do with all such disunity and confrontation. Hence, a detached observer such as me has a number of fair and logical questions to representatives of the influential religious community who aspire for God 

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Chemi Shalev: “FYI: Putin = Gog, Crimea = Magog, the Apocalypse is here and the Messiah is coming”

  • 18.11.2015
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    Israeli newspaper observer Chemi Shalev discovered parallels between the Ukrainian events and the Bible doomsday prophecies.

 

    The Second coming of Jesus Christ and the beginning of the end of the world are not too far off, since Crimea seizure by the Russian army is very similar to biblical prophecies of the Apocalypse. In Israeli edition Haaretz Chemi Shalev writes about the likeness of the recent events in Ukraine with the biblical doomsday episodes. In particular, the author refers to the story of Gog and Magog peoples whose invasion’s to shake the world before the second coming of Jesus Christ. Antique historian Josephus Flavius considered that Scythian lands, i.e. the territory of contemporary Ukraine including Crimea, represented Magog. The observer also refers to the Book of Ezekiel, where Gog is mentioned. According to traditional translations of the Bible, Gog is the “chief prince of Meshech and Tuval”, ancient kingdoms near the Black Sea. But the term used for “chief prince” in Hebrew is nesi rosh which could also mean the “ruler,” “president” or “prince” of kingdom Rosh. "So Gog is the prince of Rosh, or the President of Rosh, or, with a little bit of help, the President of Russia,” the article author suggests.

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The Second Coming of Christ and the end of the world: Bible interpretation

  • 21.11.2015
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Here we present one of religious views of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, which is based on interpretation of the Holy Bible. We have found this article on the web and considered it appropriate to publish it in our Christianity section with certain amendments. Since we believe our approach to such a significant event as the Second Coming must be as versatile as possible, a different opinion, even from a narrow religious perspective, is always welcome on our portal. Hopefully, the author of these lines truly believes in the advent of Christ and not just uses this “fashionable sacred legend” as a habitual tool to strengthen his or her local earthly power, although to be more precise holy Christian texts tell about the advent of the Holy Spirit or Comforter rather than the return of Jesus Christ. After all, Christ himself said so to the apostles in the Gospel of John 14:15. Therefore, let’s try to treat the information given herein indulgently.

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One of the secrets of Mary Magdalene, Jesus Christ’s Beloved Disciple

  • 25.11.2015
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    A striking and resonant research was carried out by Ramon K. Jucino, who endeavoured to prove that Mary Magdalene’s name is still the most concealed, unnoticed and mysterious in the old story of Jesus Christ the Saviour. We will surely refer to this personality many times ahead, since the Primordial Knowledge brought by Rigden Djappo contains mentions of her as the most significant, epoch-making figure in the history of the “contemporary” stage of human existence on Earth. There are obvious “parallels” and secrecy based on undisguised lies in the official Church’s version of the story.

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The Gospel of Mary

  • 26.11.2015
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    The Gospel of Mary is an apocryphal text written in the 2nd century A.D. in Coptic. It was found in Cairo in 1850 by Dr. Karl Reinhardt, but was first published in 1955 only. The text appears in the Berlin Codex (handwritten book, also known as the Akhmim Codex), which contains extracts from three texts: the Gospel of Mary (Magdalene) proper, the Secret Book of John, also called the Apocryphon of John, and the Sophia of Jesus Christ (Pistis Sophia). In the Gospel of Mary manuscript, the only version of which was found exactly in the Akhmim Codex, pages 1 through 6 and 11 through 14 are missing.

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Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel (by Simon Cox)

  • 27.11.2015
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    Mary Magdalene, being directly connected with the Holy Grail, plays nearly a paramount role in The Da Vinci Code. Brown adopted the Mary Magdalene theme from the book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, where a hypothesis is suggested that this woman was the spouse of Jesus Christ and the wife of his child, most probably a girl who was named Sarah. She became a founder of the Merovingian royal dynasty, representatives of which later on had to hide their noble origin and live under protection of a secret society known as the Priory of Sion.

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Mary Magdalene in Orthodox and Catholic traditions

  • 01.12.2015
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    Following the earlier articles "One of the secrets of Mary Magdalene, Jesus Christ’s Beloved Disciple, The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Mary Magdalene or Apostle John?, and "Cracking the Da Vinci Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel, we continue collecting and bringing together scattered information about the mysterious female name covered with ancient legends, secrets and sacred worships. A reader might ask why delving into thousand-year-old legends, when hardly anyone knows for sure what took place just a century ago. There are a plenty of stuff to do now, so maybe it’s easier to leave everything as it is and be satisfied with universally recognized versions of the Orthodox and Catholic religions? Let’s admit mankind has had such habitual and indifferent attitude throughout the last two horrible millennia, full of bloody wars, conquest campaigns, crusades, and economic enslavement stages, which all resulted in a mere technocratic model of consumer society where knowledge of the human nature and the purpose of people’s transitory stay on this little beautiful planet has been completely lost. And now, although many refuse to believe this, we’ve come to the verge after which another global extermination is quite possible. Why? We will try to answer the question through deep scrutiny of the essence of the grandiose phenomenon of Mary Magdalene, the phenomenon seemingly fantastic and unbelievable for an ordinary human mind, for in fact there is much more behind this name than just a story of one of faithful disciples of one of the Teachers of humanity.

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Worship of the Mother of God in Christianity. Who’s really portrayed on icons?

  • 15.12.2015
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    Persistently threading our way through the thickets of various historical archives and records in search of mentions of Jesus Christ’s Beloved Disciple Mary Magdalene, we could not disregard a stunning resemblance between the Mother of God as a figure most worshiped by contemporary Christians and most often depicted on icons with a baby in her arms, and very similar pre-Christian prototypes of her. Despite the obvious malicious intent of certain invisible forces that obliterated historical records, extant artefacts do exist and can be an eloquent evidence of the outright plagiarism and striking manipulation of mass consciousness, which manipulation is unprecedented by its scale and timeframe.

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Mary Magdalene. Preaching and Popular Devotion in the Later Middle Ages

  • 18.12.2015
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    Looking for information about Mary Magdalene, we discovered a very interesting book by American researcher Katherine Ludwig Jansen. Extracts from her fundamental research paper clarify the issue addressed in our previous publications. It becomes obvious how the image of one of the most praiseworthy women of all times was deliberately distorted, why and for whom it was beneficial to ascribe to her the past of a loose and demon-possessed woman, supposedly cured by Jesus. We will underline the most important points, and our comments on the text will be in red.

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David Wilkerson’s visions of the end times and Second Coming of Christ

  • 20.03.2016
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    The topic of the Judgement Day and Second Coming of Jesus Christ is quite popular in speeches by Protestant preachers, and I won’t analyse the true causes of that, which, I hope, are clear for many people. Hundreds of Christian denominations originating from the single New Testament, for some reason have different interpretations of what is written in the Holy Bible, though this is totally understandable. For as long as people keep knocking at the heaven door not with love, but with their mind, such splitting and divisions will continue. 

    Yet, the purpose of this article is not to catch anyone in separation or disunity, but to state that millions of faithful Christians all over the world also hear from their missionary pastors about the Doomsday approach and the coming of messiah Jesus Christ, although, if we read Gospels attentively, the Saviour didn’t tell anything regarding his return, however he did mention the Comforter and the Holy Spirit! “The Comforter, which is the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, will teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you” (Gospel of John 14:26)

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I give you just one commandment: LOVE!

  • 10.12.2016
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Without beating about the bush let me say that, in addition to the unique books by Anastasia Novykh, this is the text to which I have repeatedly recurred lately. The philosophical work entitled The Lost Pages of the Gospel, compiled by Denis Sokolov based on the analysis of sacred texts that make up the Holy Bible and of extant sacred legends, contains major ideas and statements by Jesus Christ. While reading this book, you as if travel through millennia and find yourself sitting in a serene warm evening, near the bonfire under the boundless starry sky, right next to Him – near and dear Jesus – and listen to His words with your soul widely open… 

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Consciousness and Personality.
From the inevitably dead
to the eternally alive
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    02.08.2017

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    10.07.2016

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    25.07.2016

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    31.07.2016

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