Re: [steiner] Date of Crucifixion
- It would also depend upon which birth one is tracking,
--- churchinnerlight@... wrote:
> > >>according to Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824)
> the birth took place on
> > Kislev 12 in 2 B.C. which matches dec.7, 2 B.C. in
> our calendar.
> > Lutz
> But why is she being accepted as an authority?
> Who is she?
> The Edgar Cayce Readings said Jesus was born
> about March 19th, but one
> calendar change (adopting the Julian calendar) made
> the date into Dec. 25th,
> and then a second (changing to the Gregorian) made
> it Jan. 6th---or maybe it
> was vice versa, Starman? (He gave us a talk about
> this.) But I've never heard
> anyone claim an early December date. The shepherds
> had their sheep out in the
> fields, which they don't do in the winter. The
> lambing season is the spring
> Rev. Jim
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