The sun’s cycle

The reason why it is the greatest story ever told is because if you do a little homework, you're going to find out it is the oldest story ever told. As a matter of fact, it is the only story ever told. It is called astro-theology, the study and the worship of the heavens. If you go out in thenight time and look intothe sky, what are you looking at? You are looking atthe sky. What is anothername for the sky. Anotherword for sky, is heaven. 

And the sun was round. It was a circle in the sky. So the ancients saw life as a round circle, "the circle of life," which was pictured or represented by the sun. The way they kept time, then, was on around calendar. Today we call them sundials. That's where they came from, the round calendars. As a matter of fact, the Aztecs, and the Mayans, and the ancient Mexicans kept the round sun calendars. Now the sun calendars that were in Egypt were round and were divided into twelve parts, just as all sun calendars are today, twelve parts, displaying not only twelve hours, but twelve months. Each one of the months was called a helper to the sun, because it helped the sun do his job on Earth in that particular month.

Later on, those particular months were called houses, because in the Babylonian scheme of things they began to develop what was called astrology. So each one of the months became a house. Therefore, the Sun, God's Son, the light of the world, who is our salvation, because he has risen, had twelve helpers, or twelve apostles. And the sun also enters into each one of those constellations of the zodiac.

This is very, very old knowledge, as a matter of fact, there are many books that trace at least fifteen other major religions that have used God's Son as the "light of the world" in the same context, in the same religious philosophy that was developed for the worship of God's sun. Yes, there were at least fifteen other major religions, ancient religions, that used the story.