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The Effect of Christ
Jesus Christ was called The Son of Man, and in the trinity, The Son. In the last chapter of the old Testament, The lord of hosts said; "But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings". God is righteousness; so the sun of righteousness is The Son of Man, or Christ. So it would seem, the word son, and sun, are the same since this word is spelled S U N in the King James, the Catholic Douay, and in the Jewish Scriptures. There are certain religions that worship the Sun in the sky, probably originating from the Son, worship of the trinity. These two doctrines; the Christian worshipping the Son and the Pagans worshipping the Sun in the sky are both worshipping the (Sun or Son) as we speak it, yet, they are both so far apart in their understanding, or their comprehension of what they are worshipping. I wondered, what is the problem? And where did the difficulty start? Of their words you might say they are both correct, but their comprehension is incorrect.
I considered, if sun and son were the same word. I looked for a common meeting ground between these two words, in what way they are similar.
St. John 1:4 it identifies Jesus Christ as "the light of men", He called himself "The Son of Man", therefor the Light and the Son are the same. Man in general gets his light from the Sun, therefor Sun is the light of man also.
In the same 4th verse it says, "In him was life; and the life was the light of men." Now we have established that life and light are the same thing. We have light or life when we are awake and our eyes are open. The Sun is a light giving body in the solar system. The Son is also a light or life giving part of the soul of a man. The verb sow in noun form is soul and the perfect participle is so with the "N" ending, then son. The soul is the part of a man with the capability of giving off light or life; his son. The Sun is a heavenly body that gives light to the earth. On the first page of the Bible, Moses very plainly describes Heaven as your own body, Therefor the son is a heavenly body that gives light unto the earth. The son is the light giving portion of your own body, or the capability of a man to produce descendants. The son refers to the light giving force of a male offspring or the result of this force.
The word son is generally used in regards to a male child because he has this same ability to make seed. A daughter is called a son in a very light sense in some languages, I suppose because she is the result of sow or has been sown (Son).
In verifying the meaning of these words I find that the root of the word (son) is (sun) and it means beget, bear, bring forth in Sanskrit. The same root is referred to sow. They give two probable roots for (sun) su the same root as they give for son and saw; that means, be light. These roots are Sanskrit also. Now we have three more homonyms with the same meaning (light as from the sun, light as opposite from heavy, and light as to light somewhere. Of course you will not recognize these as having the same meanings until you recognize that sun and son are the same and some other facts first.
It becomes rather difficult to put the facts in the proper order so you can understand; in fact without an effort on your part and until your attitude is right it is impossible. It is impossible for me to say it, you will have to study it for yourself.
If you will start from a fact I have previously established, that Jesus Christ means a man's ability to produce children being realized or, a man in the process of producing children. Accept the fact that a man's son is his capacity to give off light or life.
The N ending of the word sun is a perfect ending of the Sanskrit root; su or saw or the English sow; then we sow, and have sown. In the course of 4,000 years it is possible that the pronunciation would vary. Therefor to sow a man would give off and be lighter in weight; To sow a man would give off life which would light or land in a situation of living or light.
In the book of Jeremiah, he says "She that hath borne seven languisheth: she hath given up the ghost; her SUN is gone down while it was yet day: she hath been ashamed and confounded: and the residue of them will I deliver to the sword before their enemies, saith the lord." The Catholic and Jewish say the same thing.