Friday, March 25, 2016

The Crucified Serpent

Corpus Hypercubus
Salvador Dalí

Since the Gospels clearly imply that the calendar followed by Yeshua and the Apostles during the Last Supper was the solar one of the Essenes, it also follows the execution was on Thursday [1]

This would fit on a historical framework, since the sacrifice of the lambs was usually on Thursday at 3 p.m, what would explain the passage of the condemnation: it was the day of prepararion of the Passover (John 19:14 ESV).

But it is also symbolic, since crucifixion on Thursday, Zeus-Jupiter´s Day, alludes to the defeat of the carnivorous Space-Time in which we are trapped, hinted by Salvador Dali with a fourth-dimensional tesseract unfolded as a 3D Cross [2].

A good way to glimpse the fourth-dimension is Carl Sagan´s explanative video, or even better, a scene of the movie Interstellar, in which the protagonist sees the tesseract of his life after crossing a black hole, risking his life for Love [3]

Now, that body we see suspended on Dali´s painting, is not Yeshua, nor Jesus, but the Serpent:

But behold, they will not believe me or listen to my voice, for they will say, `The Lord did not appear to you´. The Lord said to him, `What is that in your hand?´He said, `A staff´. And he said, `Throw it on the ground´. So he threw it on the ground, and it became a serpent, and Moses ran from it (Exodus 4:1)

The staff refers to the kingdom, and the serpent to mortality. Certainly, the serpent gave man death as drink, and the Lord assumed death itself. Therefore, when the staff came to the earth, took the form of a serpent, because the kingdom of God, which is Christ Jesus, came to the earth. He clothed himself as a serpent and nailed it to the cross
 (Saint Agoustine, Sixth Sermon) 

This physical world belongs to the Serpent of Time, from which we inherited the carnal psyche that got us trapped in 3D, ruled by the psychic laws of the Unconscious, with the bundle of the past and future dreams; the Illusions of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, the forbidden fruit, submission to carnal Law.

Why is it that Yeshua never focused on good and bad

Even when the apostles called him good teacher, he said:

Why do you call me good, no one is good but God [the Highest] alone (Luke 18:19 ESV)

He simply came to bring the Truth about the Supreme Beloved and its Tree of Life, whose sape is not a Law of Good and Evil, nor filial love, nor carnal love nor emotional love, but Conscious Love that seeks the perfection of others and one´s being, the Quintessence that helps us perceive the so called Fifth dimension, Eternity, from this life, leading us even beyond.

Hence the first followers of Yeshua´s Teaching never depicted their Master as a corpse hanging on an instrument of torture such as the Crucifix. That was already donde by ancient religions with the crucifixion of Serapis, Prometheus in chains, etc

Saint Francis himself refused to use the savage crucifix and replaced it by the ancient Tau/Tao, symbol of salvation (Ezekiel 9:4).

As Yeshua/Jesus said, God is not God of the dead, but of the living (Luke 20:38)

And Paul understood the message:

I have been crucifed with [the Consciousness of] Christ. It is not longer I who lives, but Christ who lives in me (Galatians 2:20)

So let´s find the Cross of Salvation and live it with the Light-Consciousness of the living:

 Franciscan Cross

Today humanity has the freed Light of the Mind of the Creator, thanks to the critical teachings of Siddharta the Buddha and Jesus Christ –usually misinterpreted in religious worship contexts.

By contrast, the ancients had to conform themselves with the egocentric Knowledge of fallen Lucifer/chained Prometheus, whose civilizations were utterly destroyed by Nature, making them feel almost in oblivion. 


Tau in Tory Island, Ireland

 Aztec Tau Tree / Egyptian Ankh Cross

Gobleki Tepe, Turkey


Note: The Jews had forbidden by Law to hang anyone right before the Shabat, that starts on Friday 6 p.m, even though the Tractate of Sanhedrin 43a says: On the eve of passover Yeshu was hanged.

Here "eve" could perfectly mean Thursday, despite Friday was also eve, because the Jewish calendar is lunar and the days begin at 6 p.m.

[2] Unfolding a tesseract:


Scene of Interstellar: 

Carla Sagan explaining the fourth dimension:


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