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Winter solstice, Hanukkah, Jesus' incorrect birthday - it's all about the retun of the 'light'

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Initial post: Dec 7, 2012 3:18:30 PM PST
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Posted on Dec 12, 2012 5:25:00 AM PST
Apparently, The Mayans broke down the solar year into their calendar of 18 20-day months + a 5 or 6 day period. - History Channel

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 12, 2012 6:52:03 PM PST
The Bahá'í calendar, also called the Badí` calendar (badí` means wondrous or unique [1]), used by Bábism and the Bahá'í Faith, is a solar calendar with regular years of 365 days, and leap years of 366 days. Years are composed of 19 months of 19 days each, (361 days) plus an extra period of "Intercalary Days" (4 in regular and 5 in leap years). Years in the calendar begin at the vernal equinox, and are counted with the date notation of BE (Bahá'í Era), with 21 March 1844 CE being the first day of the first year.[2] The period from 21 March 2012 to 20 March 2013 is the year 169 BE. At present, the Bahá'í calendar is synchronized to the Gregorian calendar, meaning that the extra day of a leap year occurs simultaneously in both calendars. Note: The Badi calendar was implemented during the Bábí faith and then adapted in the Bahá'í Faith.'%C3%AD_calendar

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 6:49:40 AM PST
A detailed analysis of the various dates for the celebration of the birth of Jesus is available at:

The simple fact is that we do not know when Jesus was born, and December 25 was an absolutely logical/natural substitution for the various celebrations that occurred on this date. The following is from Page 39 of the biblical scholar Marcello Craveri's "The Life of Jesus," Grove Press (1967) The Life of Jesus

"In Rome the feast of Sol Invictus [the festival of the Unconquered Sun, celebrated on December 25 as Dies Natalis Solis Invicti, which had been the national cult under emperors Heliogabalus, Gallienus and Aurelian] always marked the end of a festival even more ancient but equally dedicated to the celebration of the self-renewal of nature: the Saturnalia. Based on the mythical era of the god Saturn, supposed to have been an age of happiness, peace, and brotherhood among all men, the Saturnalia in those days was a time in which the Romans abandoned themselves to touching demonstrations of friendship and affection. Even slaves had the right to sit at table with their masters and be served by them during the festival. It was a simple matter for Christianity--which was based fundamentally on universal brotherhood--to replace the heathen belief in the age of Saturn without impairing the admirable customs of the Saturnalia."

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 8:06:14 AM PST
How's about you do some numerology analysis using a language other than English and get back to us? Or a different alphabet?

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 11:04:49 PM PST
Brad Watson, Miami's post:
The Knights Templar in 1119 discovered scrolls beneath the Temple Mount in Jerusalem that documented that Y'shua ben Yosef and Mariamne (Mary Magdalean) were married (Jesus married Mary?!) and their birthdates of Jesus b 17/4/748 AUC (April 17, 6 BC)*. In a 'mathematical proof' of the numerical significance of this date, the square root of 17.4 is 4.17, huh. This is the only date that has this quality! 'Coincidentally', IESVS was nailed on the Cross on Good Friday 7/4/783 (April 7, 30 AD).
Hummm... Well, I understand that Christ was conceived on 17 Jun 2BC, and was born 6 April 1BC. And he died on 3 April 33AD.
His Birth is calculated back from his death on the basis of the Mayan Calendar, which calendar was used in the Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon records that they restarted the count of the calendar system on the sign of Christ's birth. And they kept track until his death and appearance here on the Americas. The time span was 34 years 4 days by THEIR calendar. Factoring in missed leap days, Christ was crucified 3 days before his 34th birthday re our calendar system. It's WELL documented that Christ died on 3 April 33AD. Doing the math for 3 days before his 34th birthday would place his birth on 6 April 1BC.
My source: April sixth

Brother Niv

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 19, 2012 7:17:01 PM PST

"The simple fact is that we do not know when Jesus was born"

WRONG! Y'shua ben Yosef was born on 17.4.748 AUC / April 17, 6 BC. See

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 19, 2012 7:19:36 PM PST

It's not numerology, it's gematria. You've never studied numerology, right? And you've never heard of gematria until now, right? Please google 'English Gematria' and do some research before voicing a conclusion based on a first impression!

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 19, 2012 7:25:43 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 19, 2012 7:41:43 PM PST

WRONG! The info in the op is correct. Every scholar agrees that King Herod I died in 4 BC / 750 AUC (google that). Jesus(74=J10+E5+S19+U21+S19) was born 17.4.748 / April 17, 6BC. Check out the site of the astronomer . Y'shua(74)'s birthdate was uncovered in 1119 by the Knights Templar.

No offense, but the Book of Mormon is a fraud. Joseph Smith and Brigham Young were scam artists. You and all Mormons have been deceived and misled! How much money have you given to their church over the years? I AM not asking for any money.

"God is good", GOD=GOOD.
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