The Sun of God and the Meaning of the Cross

When I was Christian I was told that studying astrology was a sin and devil worship. I relate my story not to be self-centered but because I know my story is representative of many African-Americans. I didn’t learn the true meaning of the Cross until I studied the origins in Ancient Khemet. I had all kinds of Aha moments. The cross is the story of the Sun/son of God explained via symbolism. The different positions of the Cross is symbolic of the positions of the sun at different solstices and equinoxes.

The sun of God
The Cross is a symbol of the sun at solstice and Equinox

The summer solstice is when the sun reaches its highest point in the sky at noon. The winter solstice is when the sun is at its lowest point in the sky at noon. It is the “old sun” and dies on December 22. The new S-U-N is born on December 25th.

An equinox is when days and nights are Equal in length (12 hours of day and 12 hours of night). This happens twice a year. Once in the spring and once in the fall. During the winter solstice and the months after, nights are longer than days. In the spring the sun is said to be reborn or resurrected in the sign of Pieces. The Sun “wins” over darkness as now the days will be longer than night. “I am the light of the world.”

In September and the sign of Libra is another equinox (12 hours of day and 12 hours of night). In October is the sign of Scorpio, it “stings” the sun and the slow death to the winter solstice begins. In the bible this is represented by the kiss of Judas that identifies the sun (Jesus). The sun dies on the cross because of what Judas (the scorpion) does.

The Jesus story is a parody of the travels of the sun through the heavens.

Until I looked closer I didn’t realize there were three different crosses.

These symbols are all from ancient Khemetic Science.