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The most IMPORTANT question ever asked

 
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if we are in the year 2012AD and that the letters A.D. means Ano Domini and that Ano Domini means ''after death''

it is proposed that the death that we started the gregorian calendar after was the death of ''jesus christ'' yeah?

and that before he was born we termed dates as B.C. ''before christ''
LIKE 700BC etc


stay with me folks

THE MATHS ARE WRONG AND NOBODY EVER MENTIONS IT

for eg:
if you move 500yrs backwards from the year 400AD you come to 100BC

or if you go from 250AD backwards 300yrs you COME TO 50bc

so if we go to the very start of the year zero ''0'' and look at the day ahead its one day ano domini - 1dayAD
if we take a look at the day before day zero it was 1dayBC

HOW?

BEFORE CHRIST BC

AFTER DEATH AD

WHICK BIT DO YOU THINK HE WAS MEANT TO HAVE LIVED HIS 34YRS IN?

ANYONE EXPLAIN?
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Yes, you're right. It makes no sense. Using our current B.C./A.D. calendar system, we're to believe Jesus lived his 33 years in the course of 1 year.

It's symbolic. Jesus is the anthropomorphism of the sun, and his "33 year" symbolic age upon death is symbolic of the 33 vertebrae in the human spinal column. Also, the sun enters each new sign of the zodiac at 30 degrees, and exits 2,160 years later at 33 degrees (remember, we're told Jesus (actually the SUN) started his ministry at age 30, and died at age 33. It's astrotheology. The time it takes for the sun to pass through all 12 signs of the zodiac (each taking 2,160 years) is called the Great Year, totaling 25,920 years.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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this should be pinned until all the religitards whom surf this site wrecking threads have explained this anomaly in their own scriptures

you know the ones guys the thread killers that ram god down our throats at every occaision.

answers below pls

H.A.N.D.
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Oops, wait, wait wait...A.D. stands for "Anno Domini", which means "year of our Lord". Not "after death".
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Never noticed that. Interesting OP hf
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

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Oops, wait, wait wait...A.D. stands for "Anno Domini", which means "year of our Lord". Not "after death".
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


So B.C. is before his birth, and A.D. is after his birth. So Jesus (ostensibly) died in 33 A.D.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Yes, you're right. It makes no sense. Using our current B.C./A.D. calendar system, we're to believe Jesus lived his 33 years in the course of 1 year.

It's symbolic. Jesus is the anthropomorphism of the sun, and his "33 year" symbolic age upon death is symbolic of the 33 vertebrae in the human spinal column. Also, the sun enters each new sign of the zodiac at 30 degrees, and exits 2,160 years later at 33 degrees (remember, we're told Jesus (actually the SUN) started his ministry at age 30, and died at age 33. It's astrotheology. The time it takes for the sun to pass through all 12 signs of the zodiac (each taking 2,160 years) is called the Great Year, totaling 25,920 years.
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GREAT ANSWER PAL,

and I am with you all the way - yet some of the religeous folks on here take the scriptures literally and they will argu blacks white if they think their fabled god is correct - even when the evidence shows clearly that the case is different

just thought they may be able to explain how the maths work and it still be a true event
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Oops, wait, wait wait...A.D. stands for "Anno Domini", which means "year of our Lord". Not "after death".
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


This makes more sense.
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

:ftwpanda:

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Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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and the 3 days before jesus rises is the 3 days the sun rises in the same spot
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Ya, well in Genesis it says on the first day there was light. On the second day there was dark. I never got that,, what does it mean. Sounds like 1 day to me.
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Oops, wait, wait wait...A.D. stands for "Anno Domini", which means "year of our Lord". Not "after death".
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


anno domini means after death interpret it how you like it still means after death - year of our lord doesn't come into it its simply used as a measurement - epoch - an ''instant'' in time - AD is after the 'epoch' therefore after his fabled death

don't mean to argu but read some latin
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Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


wrong
JUST HERE

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Never noticed that. Interesting OP hf
 Quoting: Dapurps


this
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I guess you just extended our 2012 doom date, thanks. Does the three days of darkness relate to the 3 days of rising?
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Re: The most IMPORTANT question ever asked
this simply proves that TPTB have the people buttoned up.
2000 years these morons have pumped this shite out and for 2000 years most of you sheeple bar barred their way to the slaughter.
religion is a trap. A trick. A way of controling energy.
you are immortal.
you can't ever leave.
you are the one that is making this place.
you are a star.
you are a galaxy.
you are a universe - uni - singular?

wake up to the truth

there is only concept

and you promote it into substance to experience.
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Re: The most IMPORTANT question ever asked
The only question I would ask is "Why ?"....
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The only question I would ask is "Why ?"....
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simple answer to that is a type zero civilisation trying to conquor and replace a type four civilisation that has a deliberately imposed amnaesia
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Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
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wrong
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No. The rodent is right.
The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


wrong
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6959121


No. The rodent is right.
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


no pal - the rodent is wrong, latin for after death is anno domini - we have never had 'the year of our lord' whilst he was apparentley alive, the term 'the year of our lord' was coined almost 500yrs later, google it if you cant read scripture, you wil see that the OP is correct,

there will always be diehards that will not accept the truth whatever evideance you give to show that the belief is false
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Uhmmm...

No.
Anno Domini translates to "In the year of out Lord"
Not "After Death"....

Some derivatives of death in Latin are (non-inclusive):

Mors
Morti
Mortem
Mori


So...


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so if we go to the very start of the year zero ''0'' and look at the day ahead its one day ano domini - 1dayAD
if we take a look at the day before day zero it was 1dayBC
 Quoting: yikes theyre lying to us 6959121

People typically start counting with "1".
Most calenders don't have a Year Zero.
1 BCE is the year before 1 CE.

Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster

wrong
 Quoting: Anonymous OP 6959121

Being ignorant is one thing, it is being arrogant about your ignorance that makes you a moran.


Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster

English hadn't even been invented yet.

Keep in mind that the epoch (beginning date) for the Church calender was only picked in the 6th Century.
It is generally believed that Dionysius Exiguus, the Russian monk who calculated the date, was off by several years.
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Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


wrong
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6959121

yrwrong
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Remember, A.D. means "Anno Domini" = "Year of our Lord" (year of Lord's birth). It doesn't mean, as many think, "after death". Remember, Latin was the language of the day when these designations were given; not English.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


wrong
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6959121


No. The rodent is right.
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


no pal - the rodent is wrong, latin for after death is anno domini - we have never had 'the year of our lord' whilst he was apparentley alive, the term 'the year of our lord' was coined almost 500yrs later, google it if you cant read scripture, you wil see that the OP is correct,

there will always be diehards that will not accept the truth whatever evideance you give to show that the belief is false
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"The term Anno Domini is Medieval Latin, translated as In the year of the Lord"

Source: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Anno = Year

Domini = Lord

As in the Latin Hymn, 'Nom Nobis Domini' (Not unto us, O Lord)
The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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Maybe this is death and hell, and we have one chance to gt I heaven
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wrong
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No. The rodent is right.
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


no pal - the rodent is wrong, latin for after death is anno domini - we have never had 'the year of our lord' whilst he was apparentley alive, the term 'the year of our lord' was coined almost 500yrs later, google it if you cant read scripture, you wil see that the OP is correct,

there will always be diehards that will not accept the truth whatever evideance you give to show that the belief is false
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30033493


"The term Anno Domini is Medieval Latin, translated as In the year of the Lord"

Source: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Anno = Year

Domini = Lord

As in the Latin Hymn, 'Nom Nobis Domini' (Not unto us, O Lord)
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


you tard domini mean 'owner' in latin and anno means 'year' according to your wiki link and if you read the article retard it says that it wasn't used until about 800AD as that interpretation if you are going to provide links dickhead at least make sure they say what you say they say.
wiki is editable

the OP is correct in a way, after death is post mortem in latin, anno domini translates to ''year owner'' in latin and was always used as past tenths analogies. regardless of your bickerings shills the OPs point was that the idea that a 33yr event like the birth and death of the mythical son of this tyrant god actually never existed and argue all you want over 2 letters to distract the sheeple from understanding that they believe in a lie.

I also always believed that AD stood for ''after death'' but you tards have the net now to answer your questions so you think you come across as inteligent, quoting wikipedo is a fkin' right indicator that you are all shills pmpl
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this should be pinned to settle once and for all whether or not there is any substance to this claim.

and somebody please explain the correct translatin not interpretation of A.D.
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After death in latin is post mortem hahaha what a fail thread... Anno domini Latin for The Year Of Our Lord, amazing how stupid some people are...

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