September 11: A Conspiracy Against Jesus, The Virgin Mary & Ethiopia?
Posted by addisethiopia on September 9, 2016
Meskerem 1, 2009 Ethiopian Calendar or Sept. 11, 2016 Gregorian Calendar is right around the corner. Let’s get ready for that unique date with the following stunning curiosities:
Ethiopians have been celebrating their New Year’s Day on September 11 and September 12 (on a leap year) for two millenniums. Around the world, in the US, in particular, September 11th is now remembered because of 9/11when two hijacked aircraft crashed into the New York World Trade Center where nearly 3,000 people were tragically murdered (sacrificed) by anti-Christian Muslims.
For many today, September 11, is a terrible day full of bad memories and the loss of loved ones. But, I am convinced that it is not coincidental that the forces of the anti-Christ picked this day which is full of joy and make it into a day of terror and sorrow. May be Sept. 11 has some transcendent significance because God chose that day to issue a severe warning – or “Harbinger,” as best-selling author Jonathan Cahn calls it – to a nation that was once consecrated to Him, just as ancient Israel was.
Perhaps the September attack in New York, was an attack on Ethiopia, perhaps, on Christianity, because Ethiopians are unknowingly celebrating The Birth of Our “Medhane Alem” Savior Jesus Christ on this very day? There has always been much debate as to when Jesus was actually born.
When was Jesus Born? Is it December 25th or January 7th (Ethiopian calendar)?
According to the well-known Ethiopian religious scholar, Nibure-id Ermias, not only is Our Lord Jesus Christ born on Meskerem 1 – which is The First Day of the first month (Spring) in the Ethiopian Calendar (September 11) — but also Our Blessed Mother Virgin Mary and other Saints and Holy Men.
The following fascinating argument is taken from his website:
The True Date of the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ that we, Ethiopians of the Holy Covenant in the Faith and Services of Ethiopia: The Kingdom of God, observe to date is, according to the Biblical Ethiopian Calendar, Meskerem 1 (September 11 Gregorian Calendar).
Here are few of the basic premises to this Divine Truth:
1. As God, initially on this date, gave birth to His First Creation of a vulnerable human-being in His Own Image with a corrupt material Universe for him to enjoy, so also did He, as The Incarnate God, was born on this same date as The Second invincible Man of the final Spiritual Creation so that the former would live eternally in the Perfect Kingdom of God, the New Earth and Heavens.
2. The 5500 years span of the Era of Divine Condemnation exacted at the inauguration of Creation upon Adam and Eve and their offspring ends, and the New Year of the Milleniums of Divine Mercy that resulted from the fulfillment of the Divine Promise made to them then begins in the Birth of The Incarnate God The Son on this date.
3. The time of the year when Joseph and the Virgin Mary, for the fulfillment of the prophetic Birth of The Incarnate Son of God, traveled to Bethlehem to be registered in their native city in compliance with the “Decree that went out from Augustus Caesar for all the world to be registered”, and the “Shepherds” who were blessed to witness the angelic glory of the Lord, “stayed out in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night” could never be during the snowy winter month of December, but, according to the Gospels, that late summer month of Meskerem (September). (Lk. 2/1-20)
So, could The Date Jesus Was Born be linked To 9/11?
Again, In New York, 3000 people were sacrificed to Lucifer on September 11, 2001. In Benghazi, Libya the American ambassador and many other were sacrificed to Lucifer on September 11, 2012. In Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on September 11, 2015, the weather angels caused a sudden thunderstorm over desert Mecca that toppled a crane on worshipers in a mosque. Over 100 were killed and over 200 injured, and two weeks later over 3000 Luciferian pilgrims were sacrificed there.
Year after year, Muslim clerics observe the moon’s positions to set the perfect date for one of their significant religious holidays. Eid al-Adha, the Islamic feast of slaughter, which is always scheduled by the lunar cycle to determine when hordes of Muslim men should flood the streets and inhumanely butcher thousands of animals. So, when the Muslim leaders discovered that the holiday is expected to fall on September 11, you can guess whether or not they decided to reschedule their mass celebration in ‘respect’ to the catastrophic event. So, Eid was expected on September 11 but based on moon sighting the date confirmed by Saudi Arabia is September 12 – which is also an Ethiopian New Year’s Day (on a leap year)
Some other mystical stuff:
There are 111 days left to the year on September 11th — and 119 days from Sunday, 11. September 2016 to Saturday, 7. January 2017, which is the current Ethiopian Christmas day.
“And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars: And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered. And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads. And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born. And she brought forth a man child, who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron: and her child was caught up unto God, and to his throne.”