Reply Wed 13 Apr, 2016 03:38 am
The spirit of Ama said that Jesus Christ was born on 05-23, a spring day. I first heard this date in 1983 from old listeners when I first went to the Session Hall in the Philippines.

In 2004, I checked up whether this is correct or not. By 2006, I have finished my study, and proved that the date is correct. He was 32 solar years old (365/366 days/solar year).

I will be starting with the annunciation to Mary by Archangel Gabriel that she would become pregnant and would be the mother of Jesus and that Elisabeth, her old and barren first cousin, was six months pregnant, and her visit to Elisabeth to the three kings to the killing of innocent children by King Herod the Great and his death.
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mark noble
 
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Reply Thu 14 Apr, 2016 08:04 am
@peacecrusader888,
Nice - Can you tell me how Jesus was of the 'line of David, thus Adam, please?
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sat 23 Apr, 2016 08:29 am
@mark noble,
I am sorry for not posting anything during the past week or more. My computer was out of order that it was sent to the manufacturer.

If there is anything that seems to be amiss, please point that out.

Here is the summary of events:
1. 34 BC 08-19, 3727 Av 27, Saturday, annunciation to Mary by Archangel Gabriel
2. 34 BC 08-24/28, 3727 Elul 2/6, Thursday/Monday, travel of Joseph and Mary from Nazareth to Hebron
3. 34 BC 08-28, 3727 Elul 6, Monday, arrival at Elizabeth's home
4. 34 BC 11-25, 3728 Kislev 7, Saturday, circumcision of John
5. 34 BC 11-18, 3728 Heshvan 29, Saturday, birth of John
6. 34 BC 11-26, 3728 Kislev 8, Sunday, the return to Nazareth

(to be continued)
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sun 24 Apr, 2016 12:36 am
@peacecrusader888,
7. 33 BC 01 (assumed), 3728 Tevet, the pregnancy of Mary
8. 33 BC 03-29, 3728 Nisan 14, Friday, the lunar eclipse and the fast
9, 33 BC 05-23, 3728 Sivan 10, Thursday, birth of Jesus
10. 33 BC 05-30, 3728 Sivan 17, Thursday, circumcision of Jesus and the New Man
11. 33 BC 06-06, 3728 Sivan 24, Thursday, the Three Kings
12. 33 BC 06-13, 3728 Tammuz 1, Thursday, departure of the Three Kings
13. 33 BC 06 (assumed), 3728 Tammuz, King Herod sought cure for his ailments

(to be continued)
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Mon 25 Apr, 2016 01:36 am
@peacecrusader888,
14. 33 BC 07-01, 3728 Tammuz 19, Monday, Mary's uncleanliness and presentation of Jesus
15. 33 BC 07-02, 3728 Tammuz 20, Tuesday, plight to Egypt
16. 33 BC 07-03, 3728 Tammuz 21, Wednesday, slaughter of the innocents
17. 33 BC 07, 3728 Tammuz, Flavius Josephus
18. 33 BC 07-12, 3728 Av 1, Friday, first day of the month
19. 33 BC 07-13, 3728 Av 2, Saturday, death of King Herod the Great
20. 33 BC 07-14, 3728 Av 3, Sunday, funeral of King Herod the Great
21. 33 BC 07-25/08-01, 3728 Av 14/21, Thursday/Thursday, Passover Festival
22. 36 BC, 3731, return from Egypt

The spirit of Ama said that Jesus was born on 05-23. I myself have proven that this is correct. I found the year to be 33 BC. He was 32 solar years old (365/366 days in one solar year) when He died.

(to be continued)
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Tue 26 Apr, 2016 07:16 am
@peacecrusader888,
1. The Annunciation

Was Jesus Christ born in December? The Holy Bible does not explicitly say Jesus was born but using the Holy Bible and a date from the spirit of Ama, we will be able to know whether what Ama says as His birth is correct or not. Ama says that Jesus was born on 05-23.

Using a pregnancy calculator and entering the last menstrual period (LMP) as 2014-08-16, we calculate the estimated due date (EDD) as 2015-05-23. But in 34 BC, 08-16 was not a Sabbath day, a Saturday. It says on page 16 of Pasiong Mahal that Mary was in the oratory when the messenger Archangel Gabriel came. She was praying in the oratory of the Temple. That means, it was Sabbath Day. And Mary was able to enter the Temple since she was clean already. Her period was already finished. So the date when Gabriel came was 34 BC 08-19 (proleptic Gregorian) or 3727 Av 27 (Jewish), Saturday.

She was usually visited by an archangel. The archangel's first greeting was not the usual greeting and Mary was troubled. She was not able to respond and thought about it (Luke 1:28-29). The archangel said not to fear (Luke 1:30). When she heard the second greeting, she responded immediately (Luke 1:23-38; Pasiong Mahal, page 17).
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Wed 27 Apr, 2016 02:58 am
@peacecrusader888,
2. Travel of Joseph and Mary from Nazareth to Hebron

After a few days of the visit of Archangel Gabriel (Pasiong Mahal, page 18), Mary thought of visiting her first cousin Elisabeth who was six months pregnant in the hill country of Judah (Luke 1:36, 39). Joseph and Mary stayed at Nazareth for the New Moon Festival of 34 BC 08-23 or 3827 Elul 1, Wednesday. The following day after the high day Sabbath, Joseph and Mary left Nazareth. After walking for two days, they reached Jerusalem where Mary is from and where her sister, the wife of Cleophas (John 19:25), lived. Mary was young and energetic that is why they reached Jerusalem in two days. Also, the day was long and there was no rain.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Thu 28 Apr, 2016 07:13 am
@peacecrusader888,
Early Monday morning, they continued their walk, passed by Bethlehem which is about 10 km south of Jerusalem, and reached the home of the elderly Zechariah and Elisabeth, parents of John the Baptist, in Ein Karem, a part of Hebron, in Judah. "Ein" means "spring" and "Karem" means "vineyard". Hebron is about 30 km south of Jerusalem. The place is mentioned in the Jerusalem Calendar dated before AD 638 as the place of a festival on 08-28 in memory of Elisabeth meeting her cousin Mary.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Fri 29 Apr, 2016 03:03 am
@peacecrusader888,
Here is the schedule of activities:
Saturday, 34 BC 08-19, 3727 Av 27 - weekly Saturday Sabbath; visit of Archangel Gabriel to Mary in the oratory
Sunday, 34 BC 08-20, 3727 Av 28
Monday, 34 BC 08-21, 3727 Av 29
Tuesday, 34 BC 08-22, 3727 Av 30
Wednesday, 34 BC 08-23, 3727 Elul 1 - New Moon Festival, high day Sabbath
Thursday, 34 BC 08-24, 3727 Elul 2 - left Nazareth before sunrise
Friday, 34 BC 08-25, 3727 Elul 3 - arrived at Jerusalem before Sabbath began
Saturday, 34 BC 08-26, 3727 Elul 4 - weekly Saturday Sabbath
Sunday, 34 BC 08-27, 3727 Elul 5 - visited friends and relatives in Jerusalem
Monday, 34 BC 08-28, 3727 Elul 6 - resumed walk, reached Hebron
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sat 30 Apr, 2016 04:42 am
@peacecrusader888,
3. Arrival at Elisabeth's home

After travelling from 34 BC 08-24 to 28 or 3727 Elul 2 to 6, Thursday to Monday, from their home at Nazareth in Galilee, Joseph and Mary reached the home of the elderly Zechariah and Elisabeth at Ein Karem, a part of Hebron, in Judah. Why did Mary have to make the 130 km journey to see her old and barren first cousin Elisabeth? To check if what Archangel Gabriel said that Elisabeth was six months pregnant (Luke 1:36) and subsequently that she would conceive a son to be named Jesus even though she was a virgin (Luke 1:31) were true. Even the baby leaped in Elisabeth's womb when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary (Luke 1:41).

Joseph and Mary stayed in their home for the next three months (34 BC 08-28 to 11-26; Luke 1:56; Pasiong Mahal, page 19). Why did they stay this long at Hebron? Foremost, Mary wanted to ascertain that her old first cousin Elisabeth would really give birth to a son as announced by Archangel Gabriel. Secondly, they could be of assistance to Elisabeth's giving birth to her first and only child. And thirdly, they lived far away in the north, in Nazareth in Galilee. This arrival in Hebron is in Luke 1:40-55 and in Pasiong Mahal, pages 18-19.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sun 1 May, 2016 02:37 am
@peacecrusader888,
4. Circumcision of John

When did the circumcision and naming of the child of Zechariah and Elisabeth occur? The child, John, was circumcised on his eighth day in accordance with Jewish tradition (Genesis 17:12, 21:4; Leviticus 12:3). This could have occurred on the 24th, 25th, 26th, or 27th of November. Why November? Because of what Archangel Gabriel announced to Mary in August that her old cousin Elisabeth was six months pregnant (Luke 1:36). Why these dates? Luke 1:56 states: "And Mary above with her about three months, and returned to her own house". Pasiong Mahal states on page 19 that Mary stayed with Elisabeth for more than two months. If she arrived at Elisabeth's home on 08-28, Mary must have left before 11-28.
mark noble
 
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Reply Sun 1 May, 2016 04:55 am
@peacecrusader888,
Can you tell me how Jesus was of the line of David?
Joseph wasn't his father.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sun 1 May, 2016 11:39 pm
@peacecrusader888,
I chose the 25th of November as the circumcision of John because it is the date the spirit of Ama said that we conduct the "Blessing of the Children". We actually do not know why the blessing has to be on this date.

As a Christian, a child is not required to be circumcised to be named. The naming is called Baptism. Among the Jews, however, circumcision has to be performed to name a male child. Only after the naming ceremony was Zechariah able to speak again (Luke 1:57-79). The naming of a child has to be made by the father of the child.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Mon 2 May, 2016 12:10 am
@mark noble,
Matthew 1:6 states: "And Jesse begat David the king; and David the king begat Solomon of her that had been the wife of Uriah;" This is from the line of Mary.

Luke 3:31 states: "Which was the son of Melea, which was the son of Menan, which was the son of Mettatha, which was the son of Nathan, which was the son of David," This is from the line of Joseph.

So both Joseph and Mary were the descendants of King David. You say that "Joseph wasn't his father." Isn't it that Jesus is the "Son of man" because His mother, Mary, was a human being, and Jesus is the "Son of God" because His Father was God? I think Joseph just acted as His father because it is in the plan of God. Is there anything impossible to God?

Remember that we were created from soil and that we will return to the soil. But we have a spirit from God that will live forever because God lives forever. We may be reincarnated depending upon the will of God or we will just wait for our sentence to be given on Judgment Day when Jesus returns physically.
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peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 01:49 am
@peacecrusader888,
5. Birth of John

If John was circumcised and named on 34 BC 11-25, then he must have been born on 34 BC 11-18. The male child has to be circumcised on his eighth day in accordance with Jewish tradition.

If John was born on 34 BC 11-18, then he must be six months older than Jesus who was born on 33 BC 05-23 the following year (Luke 1:26, 36). 05-23 is the date that the spirit of Ama said when Jesus was born.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Wed 4 May, 2016 12:31 am
@peacecrusader888,
6. The return to Nazareth

After ascertaining the birth and the naming of the child, John, of Zechariah and Elisabeth, Joseph and Mary left for their home in Nazareth in Galilee because winter was about to set in and it would be rainy and cold on the way. All the time that Mary was in Hebron (34 BC 08-28 to 11-26), Joseph was with her. She would not have flirted with any of the locals since she had her old espoused husband with her and she really would like to remain chaste even though she lived with Joseph.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Thu 5 May, 2016 01:39 am
@peacecrusader888,
7. The pregnancy of Mary

Joseph and Mary returned to their home in Nazareth in Galilee. After a few months of Mary's pregnancy, Joseph noticed Mary's condition. He was devastated. His heart was broken, destroyed, torn apart. He thought of not scolding Mary and that he just leave her. When he was about to leave her, an angel showed himself to Joseph. The angel said, "Joseph, don't be sad of your relation with Mary. Her virginity is more clear than glass. Her pregnancy which you noticed was not created by man. It was God who willed it. When that thing comes out, He will be the true Messiah. He will be called Jesus who will save the children of Adam."

When Joseph realized what the angel said, he calmed down. Sadness turned to gladness. Both he and Mary prayed and worshipped God and did His will. We have to emulate this hidden jealousy of Joseph to Mary by education the one who has sinned and not mock him.

This is in Pasiong Mahal, pages 19-20, and Matthew 1:18-23.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Fri 6 May, 2016 12:04 am
@peacecrusader888,
8. The lunar eclipse and fast

This is how I:
1. Discovered that Jesus was 32 solar years old and not 33;
2. Discovered that the Jews used to celebrate the Fast of Esther in March and not in February;
3. Confirmed that the Jews were celebrating Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread (Pesach) using a purely lunar calendar; and
4. Concluded what the Jews did during the reformation of the Jewish calendars in AD 358.

This happened on 33 BC 04-01 (Julian) between the birthday of John (34 BC 11-18) and the birthday of Jesus (33 BC 05-23).
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sat 7 May, 2016 05:52 am
@peacecrusader888,
First, I will describe how I discovered that Jesus was 32 solar years old and not 33. When you say your 40 years old, you are 40 solar years old. One solar year has 365/366 days in a solar year, while in the Holy Bible, years are in lunar years. One lunar year has 354/355 days in a lunar year.

The ministry of Jesus started when He was about 30 (Luke 3:23). Adding three Passovers (John 2:13, 6:6, 11:55) equals 33 years. I thought Jesus was 33 solar years old when He died.

If He died in 1 BC, then it must have been the year 34 BC when He was born. But it was not as explained herein.

The first century AD historian Flavius Josephus said in Antiquities, Book XVII, Chapter 6, Section 4: "And that very night there was an eclipse of the moon." The lunar eclipse was seen in Jerusalem! A lunar eclipse occurs only on the 14th of the month (Jewish Calendar) when the moon is full.

King Herod the Great killed rabbins Matthais and Judas and their companions when there was an eclipse of the moon.
peacecrusader888
 
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Reply Sun 8 May, 2016 01:32 am
@peacecrusader888,
In 34 BC, there were two lunar eclipses (Source from the Internet: Eclipse Prediction by Fred Espenak, NASA, GSFC, Lunar Eclipses, 100 BCE to 0 BCE): one on 04-13 (Julian) at 4:16 Universal Time (U.T. - time in London, England used as reference time) or 6:16 am Jerusalem time, and one on 10-07 (Julian) at 7:00 U.T. or 9:00 am Jerusalem time. Both eclipses occurred during the day in Jerusalem, hence, they could not have been observed there because they were day times. This is the reason why 34 BC was discounted as the year when Jesus was born.

In 33 BC, there were also two lunar eclipses: one on 04-01 (Julian) at 21:13 U.T. or 11:13 pm Jerusalem time, and one on 09-25 at 7:13 U.T. or 9:13 am Jerusalem time. 04-01 is chosen because it occurred in the evening and the eclipse was visible in Jerusalem. 09-25 is not chosen because it occurred in the morning (Jerusalem time), hence, the eclipse was not noticeable.
 

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