'And to the Angel Zadekial guide of the congregation of Pisces, write:  

'So says He who has the sharp sword of two edges, master of the double entandre and double talk!

'I know you have had a rough time of it, living right in the city of My detractor, Satan.  I have seen and heard you defend Me in the face of every criticism, and I know that you remain absolutely loyal to Me, openly, for all to see.  I know you would choose death over losing Me.

'The problem is that you are just as openly mixing it up with the loose, the loony, the sleazy and the porn stars of the moment.  Your stance is that you will not enter into judgment on such behavior, like good lawyers;  now I told you not to judge the person, but you have to know the difference between the person and personal responsibility!  I don't see a lot of that in Pisces!  

'You also have nothing to say to those who accept government subsidies over several generations, so much for taking care of each other!

 

'And those who have quick discerning minds should hear what the Savior says to ALL the churches:

'To him who strives against all odds and overcomes, I will feast him with unnoticed gourmet treats, and gift him with a personal momento of My own, with a message engraved on it to him, in My own hand, from My own heart.'  

  





     To Pisces, who are guided by the angel Zadkiel, also called Jupiter, chief of who is in charge of the city of Pergamon.  Jesus was joyful and full of praise for the faithfulness shown here!!  Their loyalty knows no bounds!  They never deny Christ.  What a resounding triumph!  This, especially, as Jesus pointedly admits twice that this place, this sign, this planet, is where Satan lives, and has his throne.

    In fact, this is the one criticism that Christ levies against Pergamon.  Jesus is not pleased about the tolerance shown by generous Zadkiel and his people toward the impostors, the idol worshipers, and lets them know it!

     We know that a huge temple to the Greek Zeus was built here in Pergamon;  it is to the angel of the planet Jupiter that Jesus writes this letter.  However, it is to the darkness of the orb of Neptune, the Intelligence which inhabits that realm, which He refers when he designates the throne of Satan, where Satan dwells.  We believe this because Neptune is the second orb involved in the conjunction which oversaw the commencement of communism.

     Neptune is also known as Dionysus, which some historians and astrologers in the world correlate to Jesus, in that both were shepherds, both created wine from water, and both were dying and resurrecting gods. 

     As if!

     Those of us who reject the teachings of Balaam and the asinine are promised a pure   white stone or jewel,  inscribed with a brand new name, secret even to the angels!

     Jesus says, 'I AM the bread of life; he who comes to Me shall never hunger,' in John 6:35, referring to Jupiter and to the chakra of the belly, of multiplication and growth.

     As if!

     Those of us who reject the teachings of Balaam and the asinine are promised a pure   white stone or jewel,  inscribed with a brand new name, secret even to the angels!

     Jesus says, 'I AM the bread of life; he who comes to Me shall never hunger,' in John 6:35, referring to Jupiter and to the chakra of the belly, of multiplication and growth.




Pisces

 

The Magickal Fishes pursue themselves across the star-studded skies from March 15th till April 15th. This intriguing constellation consists of two fish, one upright and the other facing left, and one band, linking them. Pisces most pronounced traits are real empathy, sustaining compassion, and emotional alchemy. 


The ruling influences of Pisces are the Supersizer and Inspiration. 


The Supersizer is the Great Benefit in that is supersizes everything and anything. If one has a gift to share, the Supersizer turns those 5 fish into a meal for 5 thousand. If it happens to be a capacity for thieving, the Supersizer makes one a master thief, with a Robin Hood complex. In this light, the Piscean scope for drama, for any extreme, is understandable.


The Supersizer is connected with the sacrament of holy matrimony, hence 'lawful wedlock.' While in his own sign, this angelic influence will connect many soulmates and bind those who so desire to be bound. On the psychic level, finding ones' other half is a prerequisite to serious spiritual study in most disciplines.

 

Inspiration is coruler of Pisces, called the higher octave of the Golden Girl. This can also effect us as Intoxication, Delusion, Addiction, and Debauchery. It depends on how the native will receive her that Inspiration gives her graces.


Any of the dually ruled signs is a complex one to navigate. The soul, naturally divided from the spirit, must first reconnect from within; then the integrated character must live an alchemical formula to successfully recombine the two seeming masters. 


The natural scent of Pisces is citrus, ylang ylang, apricots and wisteria. Pisces is associated with all gases, or any metal in a gaseous state. The amethyst, aquamarine, coral, or rose quartz are the traditional gems. Most modern of the Piscean associations is that of pink chalcedony, which is said to encourage compassion, heartfelt empathy, and emotional maturity. Diane Stein promotes this stone as one which is self blessing, enhances womens self image, and inspires awe at all that is sacred in life. 


A Piscean fabric is acrylic. 


Fish foods are citrus fruits, peaches, and all beverages but especially those which add alcohol. 


These associations give the prudent Christian Pisces a deeper insight into his nature and place in the world. 


Your word of knowledge is, 'This is the happiest year ever!'


The Pisces garden nourishes violets, heather, passion flower, wisteria, narcissus, lotus, poppy, mint, thyme, and water lilies, around a cross in the center.


The most effective pilgrimage for a Pisces or anyone with a strong influx of influence from the Supersizer would be Amiens Cathedral in France. A further visit to Bethlehem to recognize the corulership of Inspiration would perfect the journey.


The most effective place to establish a shrine would be besides the ocean, a fishing place, a fish pond, any grounds overflowing with water, wet boggy places, places formerly underwater, spiritualist churches, or an abandoned oil refinery.


Establish the shrine with the tone of B.




The Unique Gift of Pisces

     Exorcism (from Late Latin exorcismus, from Greek exorkizein - to adjure) is the practice of evicting demons or other evil spiritual entities from a person or place which they are believed to have possessed. The practice is quite ancient and part of the belief system of many countries.
 

     The person performing the exorcism, known as an exorcist, is often a member of the clergy, or an individual thought to be graced with special powers or skills. The exorcist may use prayers, and religious material, such as set formulas, gestures, symbols, icons, amulets, etc.. The exorcist often invokes God, Jesus and/or several different angels and archangels to intervene with the exorcism.
 

     In general, possessed persons are not regarded as evil in themselves, nor wholly responsible for their actions. Therefore practitioners regard exorcism more as a cure than as a punishment. The mainstream rituals usually take this into account, making sure that there is no violence to the possessed, only that they be tied down if there is potential for violence.
 

     The concept of possession by evil spirits and the practice of exorcism are very ancient and were widespread, and may have originated in prehistoric Shamanistic beliefs.
 

     The Christian New Testament includes exorcism among the miracles performed by Jesus. Because of this precedent, demonic possession was part of the belief system of Christianity since its beginning, and exorcism is still a recognized practice of Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox and some Protestant sects. The Church of England also has an official exorcist in each diocese.
 

     After the enlightenment, the practice of exorcism has diminished in its importance to most religious groups and its use has decreased, especially in western society. Generally, in the 20th century its use was found mainly in Eastern Europe and Africa, with some cases gaining media coverage; Anneliese Michel is perhaps the most recent of these. This is due mainly to the study of psychology and the functioning and structure of the human mind. Many of the cases that in the past which were candidates for exorcism are often explained to be the products of mental illness, and are handled as such.
 

     However in 1973 the motion picture The Exorcist came out, and the idea of Exorcisms became thrust into the limelight. After its release a very large response came from the public in the United States and Europe, and belief in Demon Possession and Exorcisms found a place in contemporary society. Belief in the validity of the practice became less of a radical idea, and more widespread.
 

     In Christianity, Exorcisms are performed using the "power of Christ" or "In the name of Jesus." This is founded in the belief that Jesus commanded his followers to expel evil spirits in His name(Matthew 10:1,Matthew 10:8; Mark 6:7; Luke 9:110:17),(Mark 16:17). According to the Catholic Encyclopedia article on Exorcism: Jesus cast out demons as a sign of his Messiahship and empowered his disciples to do the same.
 

     The Jewish Encyclopedia article on Jesus stated that Jesus "was devoted especially to casting out demons" and also believed that he passed this on to his followers, however he was superior to them in the Exorcisms."
 

     In the time of Jesus, non-New Testament Jewish sources report of exorcisms done by administering drugs with poisonous root extracts or other by making sacrifices. (Josephus, "B. J." vii. 6, 3; Sanh. 65b). They do not report of Jesus being an exorcist, but do mention that exorcisms were done by the Essene branch of Judaism (Dead Sea Scrolls at Qumran).
 

     The belief in Roman Catholicism is that unlike Baptism or Confession, Exorcism is one ritual that isn't a sacrament. Unlike a sacrament, exorcism's "integrity and efficacy do not depend ... on the rigid use of an unchanging formula or on the ordered sequence of prescribed actions. Its efficacy depends on two elements: authorization from valid and licit Church authorities, and the faith of the exorcist. That being said, Catholic Exorcism is still one of the most rigid and organized of all existing exorcism rituals. Solemn exorcisms, according to the Canon law of the church, can be exercised only by an ordained priest (or higher prelate), with the express permission of the local bishop, and only after a careful medical examination to exclude the possibility of mental illness. The Catholic Encyclopedia (1908) enjoined: "Superstition ought not to be confounded with religion, however much their history may be interwoven, nor magic, however white it may be, with a legitimate religious rite." Things listed in the Roman Ritual as being indicators of possible demonic possession include: speaking foreign or ancient languages of which the possessed has no prior knowledge; supernatural abilities and strength; knowledge of hidden or remote things which the possessed has no way of knowing, an aversion to anything holy, profuse blasphemy, or sacrilege.
 

     The Catholic Church revised the Rite of Exorcism in January 1999, although the traditional Rite of Exorcism in Latin is allowed as an option. The act of exorcism is considered to be an incredibly dangerous spiritual task; the ritual assumes that possessed persons retain their free-will, though the demon may hold control over their physical body, and involves prayers, blessings, and invocations with the use of the document Of Exorcisms and Certain Supplications. Other formulas may have been used in the past, such as the Benedictine Vade retro satana. In the modern era, the Catholic Church authorizes exorcism rarely, approaching would-be cases with the presumption that mental or physical illness is in play. In mild cases the Chaplet of Saint Michael should be used.






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