JESUS’S, MARY’S AND JOSEPHS COMPLICATE CLAIM

One oblong clay box, measuring 65 centimeters by 25 centimeters by 30 centimeters, had an engraving reading “Yeshua Bar Yohosef” (Jesus son of Joseph) and another box in the area was inscribed as “Mary,” but they were not necessarily the burial repositories of Christianity’s holy family, reported the Associated Press, among other sources. Motti Neiger, the Israel Antiquities Authority spokesperson, dismissed the public allegations that the boxes excavated from a building site near Jerusalem had once contained the bones of Joseph, Mary and Jesus. Neiger considered the claim as “a nice news story for Easter.” The boxes had been discovered by a reporter from BBC1, Douglas Hogg, and his Heart of the Matter television program associates. The Sunday Times of London had published a report, which lured many correspondents to the basement warehouse of the Israel Antiquities Authority in order to view the coffins. The box of “Yeshua Bar […] Read More

1887: The History of a Planet

No star, among the countless myriads that twinkle over the sidereal fields of the night sky, shines so dazzlingly as the planet Venus – not even Sirius-Sothis, the dog-star, beloved by Isis. Venus is the queen among our planets, the crown jewel of our solar system. She is the inspirer of the poet, the guardian and companion of the lonely shepherd, the lovely morning and the evening star. For, Stars teach as well as shine,” although their secrets are still untold and unrevealed to the majority of men, including astronomers. They are “a beauty and a mystery,” verily. But “where there is a mystery, it is generally supposed that there must also be evil,” says Byron. Evil, therefore, was detected by evilly-disposed human fancy, even in those bright luminous eyes peeping at our wicked world through the veil of ether. Thus there came to exist slandered stars and planets […] Read More

The Practise of Mary

THE PROPHETESS IN THE ALCHYMICALL ART. (source: Alchemy Virtual Library – www.levity.com/alchemy) (British Library MS. Sloane 3641 folios 1-8. Also in Auriferae artis 1572, Alchymia vera 1604, Arnaldus de Villa Nova Opus Aureum 1604, Lumen chymicum novum 1624 and Theatrum chemicum 1659) Aros the Philosopher had a meeting with Mary the Prophetess the Sister of Moyses, and approaching to her, he paid her respect and said unto her. O Prophetess, I have truly heard many say of you that you whiten the Stone in one day. And Mary said, Yea, Aros, even in a part of one day. Aros said: O Lady Mary, when will the Work be which you affirm? How shall we whiten and afterwards add blackness? Mary said; O Aros, oftentimes Nations have dyd about this part. Know you not, O Aros; that there is a water or a thing which whitens Hendragem? Then Aros answering […] Read More