The Crucifixion

The crucifixion occurred [not in Palaestina with its Galilaea, but] in Galatia, before the very eyen (Galatians 3:1) of the "foolish Galatians". Galatia is tolerably nigh unto Pepuza (in Phryia), whereupon the New Jerusalem was scheduled to come, according to the Montanists -- and

The crucifixion occurred [not on behalf of mortals, but] on behalf of "weak and beggarly elementals"; and therewithal, the world itself, under domination by the elemental spirits, is said to be crucified (Galatians 6:14).

He who was crucified was the "Lord of Glory" (1st Corinthians 2:8) = King of Glory (Psalm 24:7, 9) = [?chief of the] Heads of Gates = Head of the Church. Here, "Be ye lift up!" is in apposition to the gate to <Aza, stolen (S^PT.YM 16:3) by S^imson ("solar") = the "Sun of S.edeq" (ML>KY ["angelic"] 3:30), wherein S.edeq is the planet Jupiter, winged as were (S^MWT 25:20; 37:9) the angel-idols in the temple. That is how angels were able to bear up (Luke 4:10) Jesus Christ onto the roof of the temple.

By some it is averred (1st Corinthians 6:3): "We shall judge angels." But in this matter, lest fools rush in, "judge ye righteous judgement" -- beware of rendering any judgement unfavorable to angels, as it is written: "judge not, lest ye be judged" by angels, who indeed can enforce their judgements.

Aequivalently, it was "the handwriting that was against us" (viz., "superscription", the accusation of ["us" as being] (Mark 15:26) "king[s and priests]" (Revelation 1:6; 5:10) that was "nailed" (Colossians 2:14). Those on behalf of whom no handwriting was nailed are in danger of having their names blotted out of the Book of Life.


The Sumerian goddess In-anna in also underwent crucifixion-like exposition (cf.: "and I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me", John 12:32) of herself to the public gaze. She is goddess of the morning star: The gemara Yoma 29a asks, "Why is Esther compared to the morning star" (Thilim 22:1)? Wind blew (S^MWT 14:21); then "the sea returned to its strength" (S^MWT 14:27). This is asked in context of the dividing of the sea of Su^p ("reed') or Su^pa^h ("storm") -- hence likewise the query concerning the "reed shaken by the wind" (Luke 7:24). This is the wind-shaken reed-whispering of the Bon-like Midas's barber.

The father of Midas was Gordios of the knot. Those "who read fortunes by use of knotted cords" (FC 1:8) worshipped goddess Teteo INNAN "deities' mother" (whose name resembleth that of IN-NANa).

FC = FLORENTINE CODEX. Bernardino de Sahagu`n: General History of the Things of New Spain. School of American Research, Santa Fe`, Monograph # 14, 1970.