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The Sacred Geometry Mysteries of Christianity

The Vesica Pisces Construction
in the raised Jesus (8880)

The Vesica Pisces

fishes = 1224

The Latin term Vesica Pisces, meaning "Vessel of the Fish" is the most basic and important construction in Sacred Geometry. A Vesica is formed when the circumference of two identical circles each pass through the center of the other. When a Vesica Piscis is viewed horizontally, it looks like a vagina or a womb which is why the Christ child was often pictured inside of one. When the Vesica Pisces is viewed vertically it looks like the shape of a fish. Amazingly, the above two Vesica Pisces each have a horizontal axis equal in length to the gematria value of the Greek word for "fishes" (1224) while the top and bottom circles that form the two fish have a combined circumference equal to the raised Jesus (8880)!

Astrological Symbolism of Jesus and the Fish

The zodiac and astrology were very important to people in antiquity. Early in the first century AD, the Age of Aries (the Lamb) had just ended which was symbolic of the death of the new God named Jesus. The Sun now rose in the New Age of the star constellation of Pisces the Fish at the Spring Equinox (Easter) which was symbolic of the Virgin-birth of the new Christian God named Jesus. Stories of a "Star of Bethlehem" and of "a blood-red Moon" were even composed to herald his birth and death. The story of his resurrection inspired Christians to compare Jesus to the Phoenix, a legendary bird that dies in flames each evening and emerges anew each morning, which was a metaphor for the Sun in both Egyptian and Greek mythology. The two-fold symbolism of Sacred Geometry and Astrology seems to be the main reason why the Fish and the Rising Sun became the two most important cosmic signs of Jesus Christ.

The Fish Anagram

The Greek word Ichthys () is an anagram, containing the initials of the words "Jesus Christ, Son of God, and Savior."

Jesus
Christ
God's
Son
Savior

Words of the Church Father's

The early Church Fathers saw the Fish as a double symbol of the Savior and of the saved.

Clement of Alexandria, in his hymn, calls Christ the "Fisher of men that are saved, who with his sweet life catches the pure fish out of the hostile flood in the sea of iniquity."

Tertullian, in his essay on baptism writes: "We little fishes, as Jesus Christ is our great Fish, begin our life in the water, and can only be safe by continuing in the water ... that is if we are faithful to our baptismal covenant, and preserve the grace there received."

Word's of the Old Testament

Be on your guard not to corrupt yourselves
by fashioning an idol to represent any figure,
be it in the form of a Man or of a Woman,
or the likeness of any Beast on the Earth,
or of any winged Bird that flies in the air,

or of anything that crawls on the ground,
or of any Fish in the Waters under the Earth.
And when you look up to the Heavens and see the Sun,
the Moon, or any Star among the heavenly hosts,
do not be drawn away into adoring them and serving them.
These things ... the LORD your God has allotted to all other Nations under the Heavens.

Deuteronomy 4:15-19

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