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3. Zeitgeist movie explores this
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  -The story of the last supper is an astronomical allegory moobu2  Dec-11-09 12:14 PM   #0 
  - Great post!  cliffordu   Dec-11-09 12:24 PM   #1 
  - lol  moobu2   Dec-11-09 12:27 PM   #2 
  - Zeitgeist movie explores this  grassfed   Dec-11-09 12:30 PM   #3 
  - But the last supper does not occur at the solstice  Sanity Claws   Dec-11-09 12:30 PM   #4 
  - Well, we're talking about The New Testement here  moobu2   Dec-11-09 12:44 PM   #7 
     - We know that Jesus was crucified during the spring, because his  truedelphi   Dec-11-09 12:48 PM   #9 
        - First of all, Jesus wasnt an actuall living person  moobu2   Dec-11-09 01:08 PM   #11 
  - Interesting post - I for one wouldn't like to be wrong on something like that,,,  benld74   Dec-11-09 12:33 PM   #5 
  - How about the order of the signing of the cross?  BadgerKid   Dec-11-09 12:36 PM   #6 
  - And the one in the green robe is Tom Hanks.  progressoid   Dec-11-09 12:46 PM   #8 
  - so easter, celebrating his jesus' resurrection, is celebrated in the spring because...?  unblock   Dec-11-09 12:59 PM   #10 
  - Events like the passover, the crusfiction, the resurection, the last supper etc...  moobu2   Dec-11-09 01:35 PM   #12 
  - Also these allegory's like  moobu2   Dec-11-09 02:50 PM   #16 
  - Can You Provide Any Reason  On the Road   Dec-11-09 01:40 PM   #13 
  - And which parts tie to historical events?  darkstar3   Dec-11-09 04:34 PM   #17 
  - And again, Mary Magdeline, seated at the right hand of Jesus is ignored again!...Geez....n/t  monmouth   Dec-11-09 01:49 PM   #14 
  - Some other points  starroute   Dec-11-09 01:59 PM   #15 
  - Jesus begins his ministry  moobu2   Dec-11-09 04:36 PM   #18 
  - And Astrology is total BS.  Odin2005   Dec-11-09 04:42 PM   #19 
  - I dont believe in astrology whatsoever  moobu2   Dec-11-09 04:55 PM   #20 
     - Thank you for trying to have people see there is a difference between  truedelphi   Dec-12-09 05:52 PM   #33 
  - Tom Hanks should star in this post.  rug   Dec-11-09 07:16 PM   #21 
  - Oh, come on  Goblinmonger   Dec-14-09 11:22 AM   #43 
  - The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne  struggle4progress   Dec-11-09 08:15 PM   #22 
  - Early Christians hid the origins of the Bethlehem star  struggle4progress   Dec-11-09 08:20 PM   #23 
  - Here's a better explination  moobu2   Dec-11-09 11:34 PM   #24 
  - People interested in the sky back then saw more interesting things than Orion's belt:  struggle4progress   Dec-12-09 12:30 AM   #26 
     - Seems like there would be some consensus  moobu2   Dec-12-09 10:15 AM   #27 
        - The star story is in Matthew 2, but the other three canonical gospels omit to mention it,  struggle4progress   Dec-12-09 12:28 PM   #28 
  - Wikipedia said  moobu2   Dec-12-09 12:22 AM   #25 
     - Which event are you discussing, from where are you purporting to observe it, and what  struggle4progress   Dec-12-09 02:38 PM   #29 
        - It was said to be difficult to observe because of its proximity to the sun  moobu2   Dec-12-09 03:44 PM   #31 
           - I'm no expert either. Wikipedia links to an email, that refers to a "series" of Jupiter-Moon events,  struggle4progress   Dec-12-09 04:16 PM   #32 
  - Heres another example of a visual astrological allegory.  moobu2   Dec-12-09 03:03 PM   #30 
  - What about Venus, Lucifer's fall, etc.  marginlized   Dec-12-09 08:07 PM   #34 
  - Just to point out a few problems  muriel_volestrangler   Dec-13-09 11:01 AM   #35 
  - Go re-read the New Testament,  moobu2   Dec-13-09 12:57 PM   #36 
  - 'Sun'/'Son'?  muriel_volestrangler   Dec-13-09 01:46 PM   #37 
  - I also wonder what is the basis for claiming that the Hebrews worshiped the sun?  Meshuga   Dec-15-09 06:56 AM   #45 
  - Why did Jesus at disappear at 12 years old and reappear at 30?  moobu2   Dec-13-09 02:41 PM   #38 
  - OK, even I'm bailing now.  darkstar3   Dec-13-09 02:46 PM   #39 
     - 4 were chosen by Council of Nicaea from the many.  moobu2   Dec-13-09 03:20 PM   #40 
  - These people imagined that at sunrise,  moobu2   Dec-13-09 06:30 PM   #41 
  - Precisely.  DeSwiss   Dec-13-09 09:18 PM   #42 
  - Here's a very good explanation of where the Jesus story originated.  moobu2   Dec-14-09 07:01 PM   #44 
 

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