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The Story of Mary Magdalene and the First Easter Egg

Jehovah’s Witnesses claim that the Easter egg is a pagan symbol.

The Easter egg in Christian tradition has a much humbler origin, and nothing to do with ancient pagan practices.

One tradition concerning Mary Magdalene says that following the death and resurrection of Jesus, she used her position to gain an invitation to a banquet given by the Roman Emperor Tiberius.

Her purpose was to protest to him that his governor in Judea, Pontius Pilate, and the two high priests, had conspired and executed an innocent man, namely Jesus Christ.

According to this tradition, after the Ascension of Jesus, Mary went to the Emperor of Rome and greeted him with “Christ has risen,” whereupon he pointed to an egg on his table and stated, “Christ has no more risen than that egg is red.” After making this statement it is said the egg immediately turned blood red.

This tradition of Mary Magdalene visiting Caesar Tiberius can be found in the Gospel of Nicodemus but it does not mention eggs:

Mary Magdalene said, weeping: Hear, O peoples, tribes, and tongues, and learn to what death the lawless Jews have delivered Him Who did them ten thousand good deeds. Hear, and be astonished. Who will let these things be heard by all the world? I shall go alone to Rome, to the Caesar. I shall show him what evil Pilate hath done in obeying the lawless Jews. (the Gospel of Nicodemus)

This she did. Going to Tiberius, she handed him an egg, saying: “Christ is risen.” It was the custom to give gifts to Caesar, but usually not something like an egg! Tiberius would not take the egg, but asked to know why she had offered it to him. Saint Mary explained that just as life is in an egg, so Christ the Life lay in the tomb. And as the chick breaks out of the “stone” of the shell, so Jesus came forth from the stone tomb in triumph over death. Taken aback, Tiberius demanded a sign that her words were true. Instantly the egg turned scarlet in Saint Mary’s hand, and she then spoke of Christ granting life through the shedding of His blood. It is from this incident that we have the custom of Easter eggs, which in the Eastern Churches are always bright red.

Learning of this offering by Mary Magdalene, the early Christians imitated her, presenting each other with eggs. Hence, eggs began to be used by Christians in the earliest centuries as a symbol of the Resurrection of Christ and of the regeneration of Christians for a new and a better life along with it.

For Orthodox Christians, the egg symbolizes the empty rock tomb from which Jesus Christ arose after Ηis Crucifixion.

Consider the following words from the Catholic Encyclopedia: “Because the use of eggs was forbidden during Lent, they were brought to the table on Easter Day, colored red to symbolize the Easter joy. This custom is found not only in the Latin but also in the Oriental Churches.”

Traditionally, Easter eggs are dyed throughout the Orthodox Christian world on Holy Thursday, and they are dyed red to represent the redeeming blood of Christ that was shed on the Cross, the white egg (before being dyed) represents the white marble tomb were Christ’s body was laid after He was taken down from the Cross, and the hard shell of the egg symbolises the sealed tomb of Christ

Easter : The awakening and raising to spiritual consciousness of the divine mind in man, which has been dead in trespasses and sins and buried in the tomb of materiality.

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The Meaning & Symbolism of number 72

The Number “72” (The Number of Earth) by Cory Daniel

Meaning and Symbolism

  • Represents the number of Earth
  • The number 72 is a number known, in esoteric numerology, to be a master number. That is, a number which encompasses patterns that replicate the frequencies and vibrations certain energies of the manifested universe.
  • 72  x 12=864 OR the diameter of the Sun. (The number of the earth multiplied by the number of constellations or months or disciples “12” renders, what is commonly referred to in the occult as the number of the sun 864 OR 864,000-mile diameter.
  • I believe there is an as of yet unrealized significance between the numbers 72 and 23. I find them often used a conduit or bridge to the number each other in occult ceremonial ritual.  Especially the recent rash of mass shootings in the past decade.  (7+2 = 9 )+ (7 x2= 14.) 9+14= 23 (a number used extensively in occult ritual).


  • 72 years equals 1° of procession.  (This is most likely why 72 holds as much religious significance as it does).
  • The average human lifespan of 72 years.
  • The average human heartbeat is 72 bpm.
  • The life duration of a human ovule is 72 hours.
  • December 21, 2010 (Winter solstice) was the date of a full lunar eclipse which lasted exactly 72 minutes.
  • Starting at AD, every year ending in a 72, (example 72AD…172AD… 872AD… 1972AD etc) are all leap years.
  • Room temperature is 72°F.
  • Hafnium HF is the last stable element discovered in his number 72 on the periodic table.
  • The average body contains 72% water.
  • The zodiac has 12 major constellations and 72 secondary constellations.
  • Rule #72 for Mormon missionaries – Do not arise before your companion.
  • The “Rule of 72” is a simplified way to determine how long an investment will take to double, given a fixed annual rate of interest. By dividing 72 by the annual rate of return, investors can get a rough estimate of how many years it will take for the initial investment to duplicate itself.
  • 72 is the number of par in an 18 hole golf course.
  • There are 72 spaces in a game of Parcheesi, from the start space to home.
  • In DPI 72 is the default screen resolution for an image or graphic on an Apple Macintosh screen.
  • In typography, point sizes are measured in 1/72 of an inch. 72 point characters are one inch tall.
  • The Nostradamus prophet gives a precise date to the 72nd quatrain of the second century: From the sky will come a great King of effrayor in July 1999.
  • The base of Sesheshet’s pyramid is 72 square feet with a pitch of51 degrees and a height of 46 feet.
  • 72 Hz is a frequency commonly used to help identify with and examine the emotional spectrum.
  • The universe is based on harmonic series such as 72, 144, 432. 144 (a “C” tone in hertz) is a perfect harmonic of the speed of light, which is 144,000 nautical miles in the vacuum of space.
  • The “sentur” Persian has 72 cords, three by note.
  • Haarp antennas are 72 feet high
  • In the movie Star Trek into the darkness, 72 bodies of superhumans are torpedoed into space.
  • In base 10, the number 72 is a Harshad number.
Moses elects council of 72 elders. Painting by Jacob de Wit

In the Bible

  • Jesus sent forth 72 disciples or Apostles. (Lk 10:1-3)
  • “The seventy-two returned with joy and said, “Lord, even the demons submit to us in your name.”(Luke 10-17)
  • According to the Kabbalah, there are 72 names of God laid out in (Exodus 14:19-21)
  • According to do tradition after God destroyed the Tower of Babel he divided the people by creating 72 languages.
  • 72+72 = 144. It is also believed by some Christians (Jehova’s Witnesses) that 144,000 people will be taken to heaven, (Rev 14:1) “John saw the lamb on Mount Zion. With him were 144,000, sealed with the father’s name upon their foreheads.”
  • Jesus died for 72 hours.
  • Moses used 72 names of God to part the Red Sea.
  • The three original languages of the Bible are of Hebrew 22 letters. Greek 24 letters. English 26 letters. For total of 72 letters.
  • The total number of the Holy Bible in the Catholic version if the book of Lamentations is considered part of the book of Jeremiah.
  • The current distribution of the book of Revelation is 22 chapters. But the oldest known division of the text is that of the Greek commentator Andrew of Cesary and contains 72 chapters.
  • Sixty and twelve (72) occurs 5 times in the bible. 72X5 = 360
  • 72 generations are listed in the Genesis 10. Starting at Noah and following his sons. Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

Other Religious Significance

  • Confucius had 72 masters.
  • Muslims are awarded 72 virgins in heaven.
  • Set has 72 accomplices in the death of Osiris.
  • The number of people martyred along with Imam Hussein in the battle of Karbala.
  • According to the Zohar, the degrees of Jacob’s ladder was to the number 72.
  • Mahavira, the 24th and last Tirthankara of Jainism said to attain Nirvana after his physical death at the age of 72.
  • Thoth, according to the Egyptian creation myth, and the 72nd region day of the year from the moon in a game of draughts, as a favor to Nut, the Sky Goddess. He uses these portions to make the five intercalary days on which the remaining gods and goddesses are born.
  • There are 72 stupa which comprises Borobudur, the world’s largest Temple.
  • At the age of puberty, the young Parsee received the investiture of the sacred cord Kucti made of 72 linens and a symbol of the community.
  • 72 major temples heaven found at Angkor.
  • In Cao Dai, (a monotheistic religion established in South Vietnam in 1926 ) 72is the number of planets between hell and heaven.
  • 72 companions of apotheosis of Houang-ti.
  • 72 is Tthe number of the Immortals in Taoism.
  • Lenain mentions the 72 intelligences governing the 72 zodiacal terms according to the Cabal.
  • According to Hadith, in Islam, the prophet Mohammed states that 72 is a number of sects or denominations that are doomed to hell.
  • One of the most famous grimoires of all time is the “Lesser Key of Solomon” and is the definitive source on demonology relied upon by practitioners of Western magic. This book outlines 72 demons, Their nature, knowledge, and how to control them.
  • The conventional number of scholars translating the Septuagint according to the legendary account in the “letter of Aristeas”
  • The number of warriors on the Muslim side at the battle of Badr.

Government & World Events

  • The Pentagon has five angles measuring 72° at each angle.
  • The second world war lasted for 72 months. September 1, 1939 (Germany’s invasion of Poland )to September 2, 1945 (the surrender of Japan)


The Secret Teachings of All Ages – Manly P. Hall

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Poem for Mary Magdalene

Tell the tale of Mary Magdalene
the rightful heir of long and great family
Her name has been forgotten and blurred
Lies and truths will soon be heard

She carried Jesus’ love and will
Anointed with great understanding and skill
A secret church that no man can see
A passage of faith so powerful and free

She was the treasurer of the loving way
A descendent of a king and queen arrayed
Subject to persecution and pain
Yet still persevered as she sustained

A messenger who brought light to darkness
Gnosis, wisdom lead to brightness
Truest faith, Union with the Divine
Forever and ever will Mary Magdalene shine

Maria Magdalena

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Neville Goddard on The Power of Intention

“Know that if you are not intentionally guiding your life, life will guide you by default.” (Neville Goddard, ‘The Law and the Promise’)

This quote by the late author and spiritual teacher Neville Goddard encapsulates an important life lesson: that by actively taking charge of our lives, we can shape our destiny and take control of our future, instead of letting it be influenced by external forces. In this article, we will discuss the implications of this quote, explain how it can be applied to our lives to create positive change, and examine existing scholarly research on the concept of taking charge of one’s life and destiny.

The concept that we have the power to take charge of our lives is one we have seen throughout many forms of literature, philosophy, and psychology. From the ancient Stoic teachings of Epictetus to modern self-help books, the idea of individual responsibility, and taking control of our lives has been stressed by countless authors, thinkers, and experts. This quote by Goddard reiterates this very same concept: that we must be intentional in our actions and choices, or else life will guide us by default. This means, simply, that by making conscious decisions and striving toward a given outcome, we can shape our destiny instead of letting life define it for us.

So, how can we apply this quote to our own lives? The first step is to identify our goals and aspirations for the future, and then take positive, tangible steps to make them a reality. This may involve planning out our days and weeks, setting achievable tasks and goals, and then taking decisive action to accomplish them. It also involves reframing our thoughts and challenging self-limiting beliefs that may prevent us from taking charge of our lives. By taking conscious ownership of our lives, we can make meaningful progress in achieving our goals and desired outcomes.

Research in the fields of psychology and sociology has further supported the importance of taking charge of our lives and destinies. For example, research has shown that those who adopt a proactive, goal-oriented approach to their lives tend to experience greater levels of well-being throughout their lives. Similarly, research has shown that taking charge of our behavior can help us to be more effective in achieving our goals, leading to increased self-efficacy.

This idea by Neville Goddard encapsulates a timeless life lesson: that by taking charge of our lives we can shape our destiny rather than letting life guide us by default. Research in psychology and sociology has further reinforced the importance of this concept, highlighting the benefits of taking proactive steps to achieving our goals and desired outcomes. Practically speaking, we can apply this quote to our own lives by setting achievable goals, challenging our self-limiting beliefs, and taking decisive action to make them a reality.

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Lono of the Vastness – Hawaii

Native Hawaiian culture is a unique and special piece of the Polynesian melting pot. One of the most famous aspects of this culture is the worship of the god Lono. Hawaii has been called Lono of the Vastness since ancient times. In this article, I will discuss the origin and meaning of the name, as well as its connection to traditional Hawaiian culture.

The name Lono comes from the Hawaiian god Lono, who is credited with bringing the laws and customs that are important to Hawaiian culture and beliefs. Lono is a god of peace and fertility and is known as the King of the Isles and Lord of the Skies. He is seen as a provider of life, fertility, and prosperity. The word lono actually means “plenty” or “abundance”.

The origin of the name Lono of the Vastness comes from an ancient Hawaiian creation story. According to this story, the god Kane and the goddess Hina created four islands: Hawaii, Kauai, Oahu, and Maui. Following the creation of the islands, Kane and Hina decided to name them. They chose the name Lono for Hawaii, based on the god Lono’s bounty of abundance and fertility.

The connection between Lono and Hawaii is strong and deeply embedded in Hawaiian culture. Lono is seen as a source of protection and abundance, and is celebrated in the annual Makahiki festival. The Makahiki festival is a time of spiritual renewal and is meant to honor and thank Lono for the abundance and prosperity that come to the islands.

Lono is also seen as the protector of the islands. Ancient Hawaiian chiefs regularly prayed to Lono in their efforts to bring protection and prosperity to their people. This connection to the spirit world has been seen as an important part of Hawaiian culture and beliefs, and the name Lono of the Vastness reinforces this connection.

The name Lono of the Vastness is an important part of Hawaii’s history and culture. It is a reminder of the god Lono and his role in Hawaiian mythology and beliefs. The connection of the god to the islands can be seen in the celebration of the Makahiki festival, as well as the prayers from Hawaiian chiefs for protection and abundance. These all make clear why Hawaii is sometimes called Lono of the Vastness.

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Poem for the Queen of Sheba

Once lived a queen with locks of ebony
and eyes both blazing ivory,
A daughter of pure royalty,
A power to rival none other,
This was the Queen of Sheba.

Her grandeur soared beyond belief and rivaled the sun’s own glowing rays,
A strength and beauty so immense,
That even the furthest corners of the world had heard her name.

She set forth and sojourned to a distant land,
Equipped with gifts that sparkled in the sand,
The wisdom of a queen and refreshing grace,
To seek the secrets of King Solomon’s holy place.

The meeting of the two was no ordinary scene,
Like two shimmering stars shining bright,
The power and wisdom they shared that day,
Could light the night sky through the night.

The King himself was truly amazed
At the momentous power of such a graceful woman,
So honored was he to receive a crown
From the hands of the Queen of Sheba.

The heroes of that glorious time have long passed,
But the legacy of their glory remains,
The memory of the Queen of Sheba,
Forever shining in our hearts and brains.

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Poem for the Cosmic Christ Child

In yonder tree stands tall with might,
A symbol of life, its leaves bright.
Its twin pillars represent end and start,
Boaz & Jachin, each a life-giving part.

From two distinct sources, a spark comes alive,
A paradox formed, of contradictions rife.
For from the union of Star Father and Gaia
A Christ Child is born, through the Powers of the Fire.

He brings a message of Love and Compassion,
Of Harmony and Balance, beyond 3D perception.
He carries forth the Tree of Life, an eternal reminder
Of Interconnectivity, the Sacred Union of Creator & Nature.

Prithvi Mudra

Prithvi Mudra, translated as “earth gesture,” is a hand mudra, or energy seal, that is commonly used in yoga, meditation, and other spiritual traditions for calming the mind and extending grounding energy. Prithvi Mudra is believed to represent the element earth, and its practice is thought to bring balance and stability to both physical and emotional health.

The mudra is performed by pressing the tips of the ring finger and thumb together while keeping the other three fingers extended. This seal is gentle and peaceful, and it is believed to calm the mind and connect one to the earth, thereby inducing a sense of calmness and stability.

In addition to its calming effects, Prithvi Mudra is believed to have a number of health benefits. It is thought to improve digestion, strengthen bones and joints, nourish the skin, and regulate metabolism. Practicing this mudra is also said to reduce symptoms of stress, fatigue, and insomnia.

Practicing Prithvi Mudra is also thought to improve concentration, intuition, and mental clarity. It is believed to increase focus and aid in both physical and spiritual growth. Additionally, it is used to help cultivate gratitude, generosity, and peacefulness.

In terms of meditation, Prithvi Mudra acts as a grounding tool that helps the practitioner remain grounded and present. It can be practiced anytime, such as before or during seated meditation or pranayama breathing exercises. It can also greatly help the mind remain relaxed and focused during periods of stress and anxiety.

Overall, Prithvi Mudra is a powerful gesture for physical and mental wellbeing that can help to promote a sense of calm, connection, and balance. It is an easy hand mudra to incorporate in everyday life and can provide an array of physical and mental health benefits.

Prithvi Mudra, or Earth Mudra, is an ancient yogic gesture originating in India however is used in various religions around the world today. Although it is predominantly used in Hindu and Buddhist belief systems, Prithvi Mudra also appears in Christian iconography as an embodiment of Jesus Christ.

Prithvi Mudra is a hand position in the practice of yoga, used to honor and connect with the elemental energy of the earth. The mudra itself is made by extending the thumb finger, while folding the other three fingers against the palm. It is believed that Prithvi Mudra creates a sense of groundedness in one’s physical and spiritual foundations.

This spiritual grounding of the earthly world and humanity of Jesus may be why several Christian iconographers have included Prithvi Mudra in their depiction of Jesus in his human form. Some examples of this can be found in the art of El Greco, Michelangelo and other renowned masters. As Christianity emphasizes the spiritual importance of rootedness in the physical body, Prithvi Mudra helps to convey Jesus’ connection to humanity and his ability to understand and sympathize with the everyday struggles of life.

In the Catholic & Eastern Church, Jesus’ presence and embodiment of the earthly world is most notably conveyed in the iconic Eucharistic ceremony. During the ceremony, Jesus breaks bread and says, “This is my body, given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” This gesture of breaking bread, which is connected to Prithvi Mudra in Yoga, brings Jesus’ physical manifestation of the earthly self closer to worshipers.

Apart from his role as an embodiment of groundedness, the use of Prithvi Mudra in Christian art can also be seen as a sign of unity and mutual respect between different religious traditions. Jesus’ inviting gesture combines the power and potential of both Christianity and Yoga and communicates a message of harmony and acceptance between diverse spiritual creeds. Thus, Prithvi Mudra’s utilization in Christian iconography serves as a powerful reminder of how all beings share in the same fundamental needs and goals and how religious and spiritual practices should be used to unite, rather than divide, humanity.

Prithvi Mudra has been found at times a prominent feature in Christian art, as it encapsulates Jesus’ presence on Earth as well as conveys a unified message of acceptance among different religious traditions. By combining the spiritual, physical and symbolic aspects of the mudra, Christian iconographers help to bring Jesus’ relationship to the earthly world to life for people of all faiths and beliefs.

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The History of the Ethiopian David Harp

In ancient times, the use of a musical instrument known as the David harp was common among the Ethiopian Jews, who referred to the instrument as a “kinnor.” A kinnor is a three-stringed instrument that is believed to have derived from the Middle Eastern lyre and is made of an animal skin stretched over a circular wooden sound box. The strings are generally made of sheep gut, which produces a softer and more subtle sound than the strings made of metal which are found in modern harps. The David harvest was named after King David, who is said to have invented the instrument, according to Jewish tradition.

The use of the David harp can be traced back to the ninth century BCE and it is believed to have been brought to Ethiopia through the Jews of the diaspora who were fleeing religious persecution. The Jews of Ethiopia brought the harp with them and it became a part of their culture and practice of ethnic worship. In the 19th century, the instrument was highly popular among Jewish communities and it was used at weddings and religious ceremonies. The harp is also closely associated with the Amharic language, which is spoken in Ethiopia, as it is used to accompany fans during ceremonial singing and story-telling.

The use of a kinnor is mentioned in the Bible in many different contexts, including the story of King David and his use of the harp to calm King Saul (1 Samuel 16:23). The instrument was also seen as a symbol of devotion to God in the ancient world and it is closely associated with sacred practices. In addition, the kinnor was often used in Ethiopian Jewish music to accompany the melodies and rhythms of their religious practices.

The design of the David harp has changed over time and it is believed to be the ancestor of the modern harp. The Ethiopian Jews used a variety of materials in the construction of the David harp and they often decorated the instrument with colorful fabrics or gemstones. The players of the David harp were highly skilled and they often sang and composed their own songs.

Over time, the use of the David harp declined and the instrument was no longer played as frequently as it had been in the past. However, in recent years there has been a revival of interest in the traditional Ethiopian music and the kinnor has seen a resurgence in popularity in some areas.

In summary, the David harp is an ancient instrument that has a long and rich history in Ethiopia. The instrument is closely associated with the practice of ritual worship by the Ethiopian Jews and it has played an important part in Ethiopian culture for centuries. The David harp is also believed to be the ancestor of the modern harp and its use and design have changed over time. In recent years, the instrument has seen a resurgence in popularity and it continues to be used in certain areas.

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Haile Selassie I speaks about Lord Rama

“We see how the effulgence arising from the Lord Ram, who overcame Ravana in a fair fight, is as brilliant as ever; and since it has an abiding inviolability, no power on earth can undermine it.”

  • From “God, The Almighty: Commonly Entitled The Second Coming of the Lord,” A Talk Given on the Occasion of the Silver Jubilee of Emperor Haile Selassie I

“The victory of Lord Rama signifies the victory of righteousness and justice. In the same way, we can transform our own lives to a victory of righteousness and justice over all the forces of evil that enslave mankind.”

  • From a speech given by Haile Selassie I at the 62nd Convention of the Supreme Council of The Order of DeMolay, Washington, D.C, October 2, 1966.

“Lord Rama is an example for whole of mankind, for he was a merciful and just ruler who accepted punishment for his mistakes as readily as he accepted victory for his righteous actions.”

  • From a speech given on the occasion of the 1975 Silver Jubilee celebrations of Emperor Haile Selassie I.
Haile Selassie I claimed he was a descendant of Lord Rama through his son Kush, who was the father of the Kushites, whom the Ethiopians are historically known as.
Lord Rama & Goddess Sita
Prince of Peace
Jah Rastafari

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