Re: Midsummer Mystery
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen Hale" <sardisian01@...>
"And only one watched it all as it took place; in order to know."
It is said somewhere that Pontius Pilate "washed his hands" of the
matter of Jesus' guilt or innocence, and then turned it over to
Caiaphas for final annunciation (determination). It is also said that
Pilate wrote a couple of letters after the crucifixion of Jesus in
which he more than states the fact that he had judged him innocent of
any wrong-doing. In fact, he more than implores the fact that this was
what he had determined. But, by giving over to the Jewish hierarchy
the final denouement in the act of crucifying an innocent man, he also
implicated himself as the clever and controlling cause of this very
fateful act. And he suffers the consequences, as his letters imply,
and as the gospels give reference to as a spiritual fact.
For this magi of the third cultural epoch, reborn in the fourth in
order to become the very high procurator of the Roman Empire at the
time of Christ, would suffer from the very wounds imposed on Jesus, for
the rest of his life. He would experience the stigmata of the wounds,
in order to wash his hands continuously as a reminder. This is a
fact. And also why the apocryphal letters of Pontius Pilate are
considered spurious and without foundation.
They are, in fact, true and accurate, as are all the apocryphal
writings deemed false according to King James.