Monday, December 23, 2002

LexiLine Journal #99 - 2002 : Merry Christmas Winter Solstice Bible

Welcome!

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Merry Christmas to all of YOU
the unique members of LexiLine
and may your Holiday Season
be full of Good Cheer.

Prior to the days of the religions, as you all know, Christmas was
the feast of the Winter Solstice and the begin of the return of the
Sun from its most southerly abode. Modern man may not see it as
such - but our lives - such as the climates of the seasons - are
still very much a product of the movements of the heavenly spheres,
over which we have no control. It is understandable that the
ancients had such a reverence for the sun, moon and planets within
the heavenly fabric of the stars, for their welfare did depend on
it. It is a reverence we have retained, albeit in more modern form.

UPDATE from Jan Sharkey

Subj: Re: [LexiLine] 99 LexiLine Newsletter 2002 Merry Christmas
Date: 12/24/2002 11:04:14 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: "janis sharkey"

To: LexiLine-owner@yahoogroups.com


Thankyou for your Christmas Greetings. I do appreciate your emails
always with something new and informative. I have always
appreciated the links the Bible has to the heavens and even the
message of Jesus always showed the way with the true zodiac
meanings. Such as the insufficiency of the two fishes in feeding
the 5 thousand, Bread always represents Virgo, even the man who was
carrying the pitcher represented Aquarius. I have never been able
to read the Bible without my mind being on the heavens. Even the
story of Moses who married one of seven sisters. I do think she was
the link to the main star of the Pleides. There is so much more.
When these links are understood, it is very difficult to read the
Bible in the same manner as Churches and different Christian
religions.

Cheers

Jan Sharkey

UPDATE from Andis Kaulins

This
Merry Christmas
ICQ card
is just too good not to pass on to the group

http://web.icq.com/friendship/view_page/0,,7944,00.html

Make sure you click ALL the reindeer
and keep your eye on the Moon in the Stars.

This is in our view THE "Astronomer's Choice"
for the best online Christmas Card of this holiday season.

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