Home » Video » Crucifixion

5 thoughts on “Crucifixion

  1. The symbolism is excruciatingly poignant. Thank you! (The Liverpool choir is magic — majesty — itself! … although I admit that the lack of care in presenting the written verses grated on me.)

  2. Easter
    .
    The Crucifixion of Christ on April1 [ April fools day ]
    .
    And know thou also that Christ dwelt [Fol. 43b, col. 2] in Mary, and suffered in Nazareth, and was born in Bethlehem, and was laid in a manger, and was carried by Simeon in the Temple of Solomon, and was reared in Galilee, and was anointed by Mary Magdalene, and ate the Passover in the house of Nicodemus, the brother of Joseph of Râmethâ, and was bound in the house of Hannân, and was struck with a reed in the house of Caiaphas, and embraced the pillar and was scourged with a whip in the Prætorium of Pilate, and on Friday, on the first day of Nîsân (April 1 ), on the fourteenth day of the moon, our Redeemer suffered.
    .
    http://sacred-texts.com/chr/bct/bct09.htm
    .
    [ Day 1, Nisan 1, New years day in Israel’s calendar, Exodus 12:2 “This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you.”]
    .
    The ordinances about the New Year of the Jewish calendar — the messengers that were sent out from Jerusalem — and at which period of the year the world is divinely judged
    .
    http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Talmud/rh1.html
    .
    “………… Among the Pagans this Lent seems to have been an indispensable preliminary to the great annual festival in commemoration of the death and resurrection of Tammuz, which was celebrated by alternate weeping and rejoicing, and which, in many countries, was considerably later than the Christian festival, being observed in Palestine and Assyria in June, therefore called the “month of Tammuz”; in Egypt, about the middle of May, and in Britain, some time in April. To conciliate the Pagans to nominal Christianity, Rome, pursuing its usual policy, took measures to get the Christian and Pagan festivals amalgamated, and, by a complicated but skilful adjustment of the calendar, it was found no difficult matter, in general, to get Paganism and Christianity–now far sunk in idolatry–in this as in so many other things, to shake hands. …………………..”
    .
    https://www.biblebelievers.com/babylon/sect32.htm
    .
    Canaan the son of Ham – took by force Shems’ inheritance, [Shem, from whom came the term Semite ] that being the land called Palestine today. Judah married a Canaanite woman and thus except for one pure line beginning with the Tamar/Judah union from whom Christ came, Judah became mixed and degenerate by following Nimrods’ [the grandson of Ham] Babylonian pagan idolatry or Baal worship.
    .
    The priests of Nimrod the founder of Babylon wore black robes.
    .
    The Chemarims or Khamarim are the black -robed priests of Baal , who were appointed by the kings of Judah to conduct worship In high places . Chemarims ” Idolatrous Priest ” , comes from The root word Kamar meaning ” to be black ” , which explains the ” idolatrous priest ” wore black garments ( Zephaniah 1 ; 4 ) , which the judges, priests, rabbis and Cohen’s wear today ..
    .
    “…….Often black vestments have been excluded in practice (though not necessarily in law) — enough so that there are entire generations who will have never seen a black vestment worn, let alone know of its existence as a liturgical colour. For example, red is now worn on Good Friday instead of black in the modern rite — it is still used in the classical rite of course. White will typically be worn for funerals. Sometimes purple will be used…….”
    .
    http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2005/11/on-use-of-black-vestments.html#.WO8A4e-1vIU
    .
    “………..Her name was Semiramis. She and Nimrod contrived a system where by she, Nimrod, and her son would be objects of worship! Knowing God’s promise of a future Savior (Gen.3:15), she claimed that Tammuz, her son, fulfilled this prophecy…
    .
    Having developed the city of Babylon into one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, she was the real mastermind behind the Babylon ‘Mystery Religion’ …This is all spelled out in detail in a well-documented book entitled ‘THE TWO BABYLONS by Alexander Hislop. It can be purchased from CHICK PUBLICATIONS at http://www.chick.com. or (909) 987-0771. It documents how she, Semiramis, developed a system of a celibate Priesthood which was answerable to her and the High Priest, Nimrod, who was known by the title of ‘Pontiff’ or Pontifex Maximus … meaning ‘bridge-maker’. This High Priest Nimrod was supposedly the ‘BRIDGE’ between this life and the life to come ….He was also known as the ‘fish god’ ….DAGON… and this is why a fish-mitre hat was worn by the High Priest. We still see these fish-mitre hats worn by priests today! It was in the shape of a fish open mouth. Semiramis knew an unmarried celibate priesthood would be more devoted to the religion and to her and her husband. Hislop tells us the regular priests wore black robes, which was the color of Satanism & the occult…(Fausset’s Bible Ency.p291). Hislop also documents that Nimrod had a council of 12 priests to assist him in the temporal and Political affairs of running the empire, and they were called “CARDINALS’ and they were dressed in Scarlet & Red robes (Hislop,p210).
    .
    Another distinguishing mark of the priests of Nimrod, later known in the Old Testament as Priests of Baal….. was the Clerical tonsure, and initiation rite in which the priest of Nimrod has the top of his head sheared bald, while the edges of the hair allowed to remain as a ring…in honor to Nimrod who was also worshipped as the SUN-GOD! (Hislop,p222) For this reason God forbade it in Leviticus…”
    .
    http://2bcreative.org/?page_id=282

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s