As I followed your posts about R. Powell's statements, there is
another book which maybe will provide some interesting aspects in
regard of these subjects.
Christ & the Maya Calendar
2012 & the Coming of the Antichrist
Robert Powell, Kevin Dann
Best regards, Dan
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> <moniker_9@> wrote:
> > Robert, there's something I'm unclear about here. That date in
> > February of 1962 for Ahriman's incarnation - was that from Willi
> > Sucher or Jean Dixon? - Larry
> Robert writes:
> Both, apparently. Here is a report from Robert
> In fact a definite date for the birth of Antichrist was communicated
> by the American clairvoyant Jeanne Dixon in her book My Life and
> Prophecies. In this book she refers to a vision she had of the birth
> of Antichrist at sunrise on February 5 1962, at a place in the Middle
> East - a matter of hours after a total eclipse of the Sun in the
> sidereal sign of Capricorn. There was indeed a most spectacular
> alignment of planets in Capricorn at this time of birth of Antichrist
> as indicated by Jeanne Dixon, with Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, the
> Sun, Mercury and the Moon aligned with the Moon's Node in Capricorn.
> The last time such a grand conjunction of the seven visible planets
> occurred was in 1524. If the future "World President"was actually
> born in 1962, then in 2010 he will be forty-eight years old, at the
> height of his power.
> In a conversation with Willi Sucher (1902 - 1985) some sixteen years
> ago, he indicated that he had done research into Jeanne Dixon's
> vision and found it quite plausible. Willi Sucher even identified the
> place of birth as Tobruk, Libya. When asked about the significance of
> the planetary alignment in Capricorn, he replied: "In antiquity
> Capricorn was called the 'gateway of the gods', and what better
> moment could Antichrist choose to be born than when all the planets
> are aligned in front of Capricorn, blocking the gateway to the
> spiritual world, in order to establish his rulership in a world of
> materialism, cutting off humanity from all spirituality.
> Whether or not Jeanne Dixon's vision is true remains to be seen.
> Robert M continues:
> Indeed; many of Jeanne Dixon's prophecies were
> proven to be false, while some apparently came
> true. And while much of what Powell writes is
> IMO very dubious, to put it mildly, I would
> assume that he can get the astronomical facts
> straight, and I wouldn't think that he would
> lie about Sucher. But still, we don't know
> exactly what Sucher said.
> Robert Mason