Sunday, April 5, 2015

Footprints of Christ in Solid Rock

Some Background Info:

As word of the great transformation spread across the world, new masters arose and left their own marks. From Sri Lanka, across Normandy and Scotland, even into the lands of Syria and Israel we find footprints left in solid stone, where local folklore has not always attributed these signs to ascended masters. David Wilcock reveals the worldwide impressions that Dzogchen masters have made as they spread their quest for transformation around the world in this presentation originally webcast July 28, 2014. - See more at:
A footprint believed to be St. Patrick's, impressed into local stone, may be seen in the field to the rear of the graveyard.

The Chapel of the Ascension

The Chapel of the Ascension is a mosque where Jesus ascended to heaven forty days after his resurrection.  Inside of the mosque, there is a stone which has the footprint of Jesus from where he last stood.  The Christian church has two services every year because of the The Gregorian and the Julian calendars.
Original name for Jesus
The English name Jesus derives from the Late Latin name Iesus, which transliterates the Koine Greek name Ἰησοῦς Iēsoûs.

In the Septuagint and other Greek-language Jewish texts, such as the writings of Josephus and Philo of Alexandria, Ἰησοῦς Iēsoûs is the standard Koine Greek form used to translate both of the Hebrew names: Yehoshua and Yeshua