As the Sun reaches the lowest point on the horizon on 21st of December — the Winter Solstice — it stays there unchanged for three days under the southern cross constellation, hence the dying on a cross and being in a tomb for three days, before starting to rise again. The “three wise men” are the three stars known as the Orion “belt” in the Orion constellation pointing to the brightest star in the sky, second only to the Sun as an independent source of light, Sirius aka the Dog star, fourth brightest visible object in heavens after the Sun, Moon, and Venus. In ancient Egypt the appearance of Sirius above the horizon signaled the beginning of annual inundation of the Nile thus continuity of agricultural way of life, as the swelling river delta delivers precious mineral deposits enabling farming of bountiful harvests in plant and life stock, propelling the growth of culture and establishment of magnificent civilization who’s Great Pyramids at Giza, representing three stars of the Orion belt, are powerful silent testimony stating volumes louder than words. The line between the Orion belt and Sirius continues to intersect with the horizon revealing where the Sun appears on the morning of 25th, promising the return of spring and life.
At the age of thirteen Caesarion, known as Issu (‘son of Isis’ in Egyptian), the eldest son of god Julius Caesor of Roman empire and Virgin goddess Isis the Pharaoh of Egyptian empire Cleopatra, upon receiving the news that Mark Anthony has lost the battle to the adopted son and suspected in conspiracy and murder of his father Julius Caesor Octavian, has fled the Alexandria on his mother Cleopatra precautions with her trusted family Mary (‘mary’ means ‘beloved’ in Egyptian) and Josef (of Judea aka biblical Josef of Arimathea, his rich aunt and uncle.
When Caesarion returned to Alexandria after years of wondering through India and Europe on the cusp of the new Age of Pisces, he married his half-sister Selene, who has changed her name to Magdalene (migdol means elevated), the scene in the Bible where Jesus turns water into wine forgets to mention who’s wedding it was, well it was his, Caesarion’s, planning to transform the Roman empire, degenerated to barbarism under the Nero and likes of his predecessors, into the newly born Christian and Holy Roman empire.
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