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***HOW TO BIRTH A GOD, Magick of THE EQUINOXES. **********
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 938842:MV8xMjk3NTU1XzIxMjM2OTc4X0U1NTQ1ODI2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1202821] There are mother and child parallels from ancient religions http://babylonmysteryreligion.com/motherandchild.htm some believe are due to the constelations or taken from the Hebrews but none of the parallels involve a virgin birth from God, of god in the flesh who would be crucified and come back to life three days later, as written before it even happened. [/quote] Very nice site with alot of pictures, Yes,the Mother and Child is common in many religions , Most well known other than Mary and Jesus is Isis and Horus In the Stars the constellation is Coma . It pictures a Mother with child in her lap [/quote]
The Magick of Conception., the Nine Months
Conceive near Spring Equinox or third week of March, (Aries, lamb of God) You get a Winter Solstice or Christmas Baby.
Conceive at Winter Solstice or Christmas You get a Rosh Hashanah Jewish New Year Baby, (various days in September) or a Fall Equinox baby.
Conceive at Fall Equinox, you get a Summer Solstice Baby
Conceive in Summer Solstice you get the Spring Equinox Baby.
Cool Eh ? All about the Equinoxes.
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