I, Jesus, have sent My angel to testify to you..I am the root and the descendant of David, the bright morning star.
- Revelation 22:16
Part I. The Rabbi, the Archangel, the only Son of God
As of now, the religion of Christianity is being practiced by over two billion people throughout the world. One of the main beliefs which they share in common is that Jesus Christ, the Jew from Nazareth, is the only Son of God and as such is also the rightful heir to the throne of Israel. Those who practice Judaism continue to quietly disagree, but they only have around 13 million followers world-wide and are currently not reproducing themselves. Because of this, along with a large amount of intermarriage with Gentiles, there will continue to be fewer and fewer practicing Jews with every passing year.
Over the centuries, the Church has continued to emphasize the fact that Jesus is the only Son of God for a variety of reasons. First, legend has it that He is the lone survivor of a horrific war against Satan, the great, red dragon, where all the other Sons of God were killed while trying to protect God their Father from the evil forces of the Devil. Truth be told, this was more than just another fantasy or science fiction best-seller, but a very real Angel war that continues unto this very day.
In a sense, the Virgin Mary, Mother of God, was simply a convenient hiding place that, in desperation, the Holy Ghost used to conceal the whereabouts of the last remaining Son of God more than two thousand years ago. Nine months later, He was born in a manger in Bethlehem and became man. While nearly all Church authorities tend to downplay the issue, concerned that simple believers might misunderstand, the Bible clearly indicates that, in addition to everything else, Jesus also happens to be the morning star (translated as Lucifer in Latin). As such. Jesus is also considered the one and only true archangel Lucifer and the Church insists that there has never been another in all of mankind’s history. The Bible states the following:
Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present
themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them.
- Job 1:6
When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God
shouted for joy.
- Job 38:7
These two passages from the Old Testament relate to a much different time and place when God had many different Sons and was still married to Mother Nature, long before she was violently murdered by the goddess Diana, the moon, along with many other hateful Pagan goddesses who despised her natural beauty and power. Because the Roman Catholic Church already knew that there would be many impostors, including non-Jews, some of them willing converts to Christianity, who would attempt to claim themselves as the Messiah, namely the next Son of God, they made quite sure to declare Jesus as the one and only Son who would return someday to rule the earth forever. In reality, the official Church doctrine still maintains that Rabbi Jesus is now the one and only Archangel Lucifer. Wikipedia states the following:
In Revelation 2:16…it is Jesus who is described as the morning star. An echo of this Biblical use is found in the Roman Rite Roman liturgy, in which the Exultet chant in praise of the paschal candle refers to Christ as the morning star (in Latin Lucifer):
EXULTET CHANT of the Roman Catholic Church
WORDS IN ENGLISH: May the Morning Star which never
sets find this flame still burning: Christ, that Morning Star,
who came back from the dead, and shed his peaceful light
on all mankind, your Son, who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
WORDS IN LATIN: Flammas eius lucifer matutinus inveniat: ille,
inquam, lucifer, qui nescit occasum, Christus Filius tuus qui,
regressus ab inferis, humano generi serenus illuxit, et vivit et
regnat in saecula saeculorum.
Another very important reason why the Church insisted that Jesus was the only Son of God, the only Archangel Lucifer, was because planet Earth revolved around only one star, the sun, even though the Pagans worshiped numerous different sun gods. This included the homosexual Greco-Roman god Apollo who, after Christianity was declared the official religion of the Roman Empire, immediately demanded that Rabbi Jesus needed to share His solar rule over the earth with himself. Because of this, the early Church fathers realized that any other so-called Son of God would simply be Apollo in disguise, who remained possibly violent, deceitful, and degenerate ever since he had been thrown down from Heaven into Hell to then become Satan.
Interestingly enough, the Book of Revelation strongly suggests that Jesus Christ has already ascended to the throne of God and that He is now looking for those who qualify to become one of His new Sons of God, so that He can have several different Sons, just like own His father did a long, long time ago.
He that overcomes shall inherit all things; and I
will be his God, and he shall be my Son.
- Revelation 21:7