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WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?

 
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WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
What if it was time travelers who created the past from the future in terms of guiding the 3 wise men?

If this is the case, I BET the time traveling Humans weren't trying to guide the wise men, but to find where Jesus was being born, and the wise men were just like 'dang look at that flying light, it must be Holy. Let's follow it and bring gifts in case we get to talk to them'
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
So what?
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
What if a cow started shitting real hard and a midget came out
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[email protected] the internet... BIBLE SCHOLARS SAY THE 3 WISE MEN WERE EXPERT ASTROLOGERS & BELIEVERS IN THE ZOROASTRIAN RELIGIM IN PERSIA...
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Something to chew on..

There were no three wise men or shepherds and Jesus was not born at night. He was born at noon, August 21, 7 B.C.. That's the real Christmas Day.

It is mentioned that The Star of Bethlehem was an astronomical conjunction but actually it was a spacecraft. That however couldn't be mentioned in this version of the Urantia book because people were, and are, not ready for that. The book would've been rejected outright if they had mentioned anything of ET's in it.

Incidentally, the sun was darkened by a craft too the day of the crucifixion.

See [link to www.urantia.org (secure)]

Excerpt - 8. The Birth of Jesus

122:8.1 (1351.5) All that night Mary was restless so that neither of them slept much. By the break of day the pangs of childbirth were well in evidence, and at noon, August 21, 7 B.C., with the help and kind ministrations of women fellow travelers, Mary was delivered of a male child. Jesus of Nazareth was born into the world, was wrapped in the clothes which Mary had brought along for such a possible contingency, and laid in a near-by manger.

122:8.2 (1351.6) In just the same manner as all babies before that day and since have come into the world, the promised child was born; and on the eighth day, according to the Jewish practice, he was circumcised and formally named Joshua (Jesus).

122:8.3 (1351.7) The next day after the birth of Jesus, Joseph made his enrollment. Meeting a man they had talked with two nights previously at Jericho, Joseph was taken by him to a well-to-do friend who had a room at the inn, and who said he would gladly exchange quarters with the Nazareth couple. That afternoon they moved up to the inn, where they lived for almost three weeks until they found lodgings in the home of a distant relative of Joseph...

122:8.5 (1352.1) At the noontide birth of Jesus the seraphim of Urantia, assembled under their directors, did sing anthems of glory over the Bethlehem manger, but these utterances of praise were not heard by human ears. No shepherds nor any other mortal creatures came to pay homage to the babe of Bethlehem until the day of the arrival of certain priests from Ur, who were sent down from Jerusalem by Zacharias.

122:8.6 (1352.2) These priests from Mesopotamia had been told sometime before by a strange religious teacher of their country that he had had a dream in which he was informed that “the light of life” was about to appear on earth as a babe and among the jewish. And thither went these three teachers looking for this “light of life.” After many weeks of futile search in Jerusalem, they were about to return to Ur when Zacharias met them and disclosed his belief that Jesus was the object of their quest and sent them on to Bethlehem, where they found the babe and left their gifts with Mary, his earth mother. The babe was almost three weeks old at the time of their visit.

122:8.7 (1352.3) These wise men saw no star to guide them to Bethlehem. The beautiful legend of the star of Bethlehem originated in this way: Jesus was born August 21 at noon, 7 B.C. On May 29, 7 B.C., there occurred an extraordinary conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in the constellation of Pisces. And it is a remarkable astronomic fact that similar conjunctions occurred on September 29 and December 5 of the same year. Upon the basis of these extraordinary but wholly natural events the well-meaning zealots of the succeeding generation constructed the appealing legend of the star of Bethlehem and the adoring Magi led thereby to the manger, where they beheld and worshiped the newborn babe. Oriental and near-Oriental minds delight in fairy stories, and they are continually spinning such beautiful myths about the lives of their religious leaders and political heroes. In the absence of printing, when most human knowledge was passed by word of mouth from one generation to another, it was very easy for myths to become traditions and for traditions eventually to become accepted as facts.

Last Edited by WhiteFly on 11/08/2019 08:49 AM
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
What if the wise men were the time travellers!
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
Stop watching holly wood productions because it's they who have given you this belief.

Scribes making you THEIR RELIGIOUS CONVERT by teaching you what THEY want you to believe that the bible speaks
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
They are the three stars in Orion's belt that point to the star of Bethlehem, Sirius.
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
It’s clear that something like this is behind the odd meaning of that story.
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Re: WHAT IF: The 'star' the 3 wise men followed to the Birth of Jesus --was Time Traveling Humans Sent To Watch It?
The 3 wise men are called the 3 Kings in other mythos, and the 3 Marys in other mythos. And Tris Megistus in other lore.

The belt of Orion is what us Americans call it.





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