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St. Lucy and the Blackamore
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Before you begin reading here I wish to explain to you that there are innumerable items that are found in church activities from the death of Jesus to date that show synchronicity throughout. In every single case of sainthood, you will find much in the way of synchronicity as well as symbolic and hidden truths. This is a very big job to produce for you concerning every single saint, however, I have picked Saint Lucy since it is she you would be the most interested in.
Saint Lucy: Patron Saint of Authors, Writers, Photographers, the Blind and those with poor eyesight.
St Lucy's history is shrouded in darkness: all that is really known for certain is that she was a martyr in Syracuse in the Diocletian persecutions of 303 A.D.. Her veneration spread to Rome, so that by the sixth century the whole Church recognized her courage in defense of the faith. She has been honored in the Church since the sixth century and is mentioned in the Roman Canon. Saint Lucy is associated with the "Festival of Lights." Saint Lucy was as well called the Queen of Lights and even the bride of the groom.
Saint Lucy is frequently depicted in various ceremonies throughout Europe as a young woman wearing a white gown, and a crown of lingonberry twigs and blazing candles emerges out of the darkness.
This is a representation of Lucy and the light as she wears a crown of candles on her head. This crown of candles is called an Advent wreath. The symbolism of the Advent wreath, with its crown-like character, is a reminder of the King, (King of kings) while its circular shape betokens the "fulfillment of time" that both Comings bring about. The candles, on the other hand, represent the prophets whose inspired words pierced the darkness under which mankind groaned while waiting for the Messiah; they also represent the elects' hearts burning for Christ.
It’s all about the light..............
The name Lucy is associated with the Latin word "lux" ("light"), so in many great ways she is associated with light, light bearing and certainly light giving. She is one who gives light or one who gives a new light. Keep in the back of your mind that her name was chosen especially for her through synchronicity.
The two oldest definitions of the word “light” quoted from Webster’s Dictionary are;
21a. to see the light, to come into existence or prominence
21b. to understand something at last.
33 No man, when he hath lighted a candle, putteth it in a secret place, neither under a bushel, but on a candlestick, that they which come in may see the light. 34 The light of the body is the eye: therefore when thine eye is single, thy whole body also is full of light; but when thine eye is evil, thy body also is full of darkness. 35 Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness. 36 If thy whole body therefore be full of light, having no part dark, the whole shall be full of light, as when the bright shining of a candle doth give thee light.
Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.
All saints are given symbols, which are indicative of their lives. The symbols given for Saint Lucy are two eyeballs on a dish, hitched to a yoke of oxen and a cord such as a cart rope she wears around her garment.
It’s all about the eyes ..............
These are the eyes of those you are more familiar with and the eyes that see as you see where others are blind. This is especially about the mind’s eye, which gives also the blind and those with poor eyesight the ability to see. Saint Lucy’s association with authors, writers and photographers is representative as a light since it is them who place the candle above our heads as to see, learn, understand and comprehend knowledge and wisdom as we read or view pictures. Once you have the light, you have the eyes, Saint Lucy’s eyes.
The blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, and the dead are raised up, and the poor have good tidings preached to them.
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor: He hath sent me to proclaim release to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind.
It’s all about the dish..............
Quoting from Webster’s Dictionary
1. An open shallow container holding food. I see her eyes on the dish as food for thought since it is the eye that prompts the thought.
2. A particular article or preparation of food. That it is.
3. Something like a dish in form or use. It most definitely has a form and a use.
4. Used for receiving satellite (television) and microwave signals. The dish receives messages or is a message.
5. To put into or serve into a dish. The dish has eyes on it to “serve” us with so we can see the light.
6. To deal out, to distribute or to ‘dish out’. Speaks for itself.
It’s all about the yoke..............
25 At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes. 26 Even so, Father: for so it seemed good in thy sight. 27 All things are delivered unto me of my Father: and no man knoweth the Son, but the Father; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, and he to whomsoever the Son will reveal him. 28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
As did Lucy carry the Lord’s yoke, I know I carry a yoke and I believe you do too, maybe a little too unknowingly though. Your yoke is easy however mine is a burden and not easy.
It’s all about the cord...............
Woes Pronounced on the Wicked
18 Woe unto them that draw iniquity with cords of falsehood, and sin as it were with a cart rope; 19 that say, Let him make speed, let him hasten his work, that we may see it; and let the counsel of the Holy One of Israel draw nigh and come, that we may know it! 20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! 21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight! 22 Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mingle strong drink; 23 that justify the wicked for a bribe, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him! 24 Therefore as the tongue of fire devoureth the stubble, and as the dry grass sinketh down in the flame, so their root shall be as rottenness, and their blossom shall go up as dust; because they have rejected the law of Jehovah of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel.
Saint Lucy’s sainthood is called that of stewardship.
Again, I will quote from my Webster’s Dictionary regarding a steward.
1. A person who manages another’s property or finances. She managed the Lord’s property, the faithful.
2. A person in charge of running a very large estate. Those things Saint Lucy did while managing Ones most valuable property.
3. An employee on a ship, plane or airplane who serves the passengers. Symbolically speaking, the ship has always been the church and the passengers are the congregation or the faithful. More recently, the congregation are being termed as the ‘church’. Lucy served the passengers.[/b]
4. An employee in charge of the table wine, and servants in a club or restaurant. Lucy was a servant of the Lord in his club (a funny) and was in charge of the wine.
Matthew 23:11 But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant. 12 And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted.
It’s all about Christmas the Protestant Reformation and Saint Lucy......
The story of Saint Nicholas begins around the year 270AD, in Patras in the province of Lycia, 34 years before Saint Lucy’s death. Moving down the road a bit, about 1500 years later, during the Protestant Reformation in Germany, the important part that had been portrayed by Saint Lucy in Christmas-season festivities shows the bearer of gifts at Christmas became the Christchild (Christkindl, corrupted in English to “Kriss Kringle”). So, in essence, Saint Lucy is now depicted as Kriss Kringle.
In later years the name Kriss Kringle became associated with Santa Claus, but at that time, oddly enough, (but not to me) Kriss Kringle was often symbolized by a fairy, a little girl, and that of Saint Lucy wearing a crown of candles. Saint Nicholas himself was sometimes metamorphosed into a demonic blackamoor with horns, carrying a switch to whip naughty children.
Now, what happened here. Suddenly, Saint Lucy is associated with the devil. It gets better.
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St. Lucy and the Blackamore
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Knecht Ruprecht was a companion of Father Christmas also known as Servant Ruprecht and Bellzebub. Santa Claus is also known as saint nicholas, saint nick, kris kringle or simply santa.
Saint Nicholas, also known as nikolaus in germany and sinterklaas (a contracted form of sint nicolaas). In Bavaria, Saint Nikolaus is accompanied by Klaubauf, a shaggy monster with horns. In Austria, the horned creature is covered with bells, and he drags chains and is called Kampus, which is synonymous with the devil as are the chains.
Often the subject of poems and tales, Ruprecht travels with Santa Claus or Saint Nikolaus depending on the country, carrying with him a rod (sometimes a stick, bundle of switches or a whip and in modern times often a broom and a sack. He is sometimes dressed in black rags bearing a black face and unruly black hair. In the Netherlands, he is a blackamoor or a slave of Sinterklaas or rather Santa Clause (St. Nick).
At Christmas time, children who performed badly would be beaten soundly by Servant Ruprecht and those who performed well were given a gift. Those who performed badly enough or had committed other misdeeds throughout the year were put into Ruprecht's sack and taken away either to his home in the Black Forest or tossed into the river. (The river is symbolic for water - in so many words, water is symbolic for the teachings of the church because it is life giving.)
"haste the Sack with you?"
I spoke: "the Sack, that is here;
because apples, nut and almond core
eat pious children gladly."
"haste the rod also with you?"
I spoke: "the rod also with you?"
but for the children, only the bad,
those it meets them right, upon their part."
So essentially what we have here is a person (devil) depicted as a threat to all who behave badly but in reading everything, you'll see that this person is simply attending to the needs of One who cannot because He is holy. Does he put evil in charge of evil? Do we put evil in charge of law enforcement, prisons or jails? Better yet, do we put criminals in charge of prisons and jails? Certainly not. Do we put knowledgable good individuals in charge of law enforcement, prisons and jails? Of course we do, or at least we try to.
Your Quemantradumah is just that. Quemantradumah certainly knows evil because he must in order to know his job better then the criminal sort but he never uses evil on the good, just for the good. He is of the tree of good and evil.
It’s all about Saint Lucy......
What’s in a name.
With her blazing candles, Saint Lucy emerges out of the darkness. One must understand evil (darkness) before they can thoroughly understand good (light).
1. Giving light Light giving, certainly not giving darkness
1. Affording light or means of discovery.
1. bringing light, giving light
2. The archangel cast from heaven for leading the revolt of the angels; Satan.
3. The planet Venus in its appearance as the morning star.
(Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell [syn: Satan, Old Nick, Devil, the Devil, Lucifer, Beelzebub, the Tempter, Prince of Darkness]
Keep ‘tempter of mankind’ in mind here because this is one of the jobs they perform to discover man’s true nature. This is also why I asked you what I did about Koravenya because it is Quemantradumah’s position to test you first and these are some of the ways they do it. The name Koravenya tells me simply that she works for them.
The above names of the various Satan’s changed as time went on. Consequently, it simply shows a change in command and a consequent change in name.
Revelation 18:23 And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee; and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived.
Use of supernatural power over others through the assistance of spirits.
[color=pink][b]Which is exactly what you and I are doing right now as I type these things and you read them.
Revelation 21:23 And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.
Revelation 21:24 And the nations of them which are saved shall walk in the light of it: and the kings of the earth do bring their glory and honour into it.
Revelation 22:5 And there shall be no night there; and they need no candle, neither light of the sun; for the Lord God giveth them light: and they shall reign for ever and ever.
Now, the following pertains to you personally for I am of the Church of Philadelphia and I believe you to be of the Church of Thyatira because of the presence of Quemantradumah in your life.
24 But to you I say, to the rest that are in Thyatira, as many as have not this teaching, who know not the deep things of Satan, as they are wont to say; I cast upon you none other burden. 25 Nevertheless that which ye have, hold fast till I come. 26 And he that overcometh, and he that keepeth my works unto the end, to him will I give authority over the nations: 27 and he shall rule them with a rod of iron, as the vessels of the potter are broken to shivers; as I also have received of my Father: 28 and I will give him the morning star. 29 He that hath an ‘ear’, let him hear what the Spirit saith to the churches. (Keep in mind that the word churches depicts those that have been churched.)
Don’t worry, you DO NOT know the deep things of Satan but not to make this sound too confusing, Quemantradumah is of the morning star. You were given the morning star when you were given Quemantradumah.
One of the Seven Churches of Asia, Thyatira signifies "sweet savor of labor" or "sacrifice of contrition." [/color=pink]This church is the only one that is commended for an improvement in spirituality.[/color]
The final promise to the Church of Thyatira was that Christ would give the conqueror, the martyr, the morning star which the faithful will see in the new age: a symbol of a new day. Peter mentioned the morning star arising in your hearts.
The Morningstar (Venus) is a light almost equal to our moon. It is a natural light, where as the moon’s light is but a reflection of the sun. So, metaphorically speaking, you have received a natural light. Now, we all know that ET is on the moon. No secrets there. Their light that they will use, will be a reflection of the sun (son).
The sun god Apollo Tyrimnaios was the tutelary divinity of this prosperous city Thyatira and his worship was joined with that of the emperors, who were identified as Apollo incarnate and each, like him, the son of Zeus. Possibly this is why Christ is represented with the eyes like a flame of fire and feet like burnished bronze, as the Son of God. Thus the celestial Christ, the son of God, is set over against and above the emperor, who as the incarnate Apollo is the son of Zeus.
Remember also that Quemantradumah is also of tutelary divinity.
Seek and ye shall find”, and you’ll find it in the darndest places.
It‘s all about the “O“………..
Saint Lucy and the Blackamoor
A tad more about Saint Lucy...............
Saint Lucy is of those saints about whom we know little except that she was internationally popular. In her teens she made a private vow of virginity. One of the cruelest of the torments used on young Christian women in the Roman persecution was to sentence them to imprisonment in a house of prostitution. The pagan authorities believed, understandably, that if a Christian could be broken in morals, she could also be broken in Faith.
Legend has made Saint Lucy popular for additional reasons. The day on which Saint Lucy's feast is kept use to be the shortest day of the year. Therefore, in Scandinavia before the Protestant Reformation, Saint Lucy was looked upon as the bearer of a new light year. The bonfires that were once burned in her honor are no more. However, there is still a custom in Sweden and Norway for a young girl in each family to dress in white on Saint Lucy's feast day, and, donning a crown, in which burning candles are placed, to awaken her family bearing a breakfast tray.
It appears to me here that the breakfast tray for her family (mother) needed an awakening, which was received from Lucy (the teenager) and very typical of today where you have a churched child but the parents are not. If you read the whole story about Saint Lucy, you will read where her mother was more interested in her marrying a rich man. So you can see where her mother was coming from. She needed an awakening and received it through a healing after hemorrhaging, which is why her mother decided to believe from then on.
The following is not long but very important since it lists all of the Biblical depictions of fire that pertain to everything else here. Outside of the word “light” the next most important word you need to remember is “fire” .