And the End date is not December 21, 2012.
The proper date is : October 28, 2011
what is your reference for that date?
I immediately see a pattern in that date, a group of numbers that is also getting a little press by fellas like Dr. Len Horowitz and the solfeggio frequency 528 hertz, that helps heal DNA, so goes the claim.
‘The IHC Conspiracy and You’ = 10/28/2011 = unscrambled = 528 adds up to I5 = I + S = $ = jesus salvator
watch me prove it.
language and archetype go hand in hand…
take the symbol $ and add an H.
what middle age symbol do you get?
IHS = monogram for Christ.
IHC or IHS
But this next quote illustrates how profound ALL the above IS. (15/$)
In the Latin-speaking Christianity of medieval Western Europe (and so among Catholics and many Protestants today), the most common Christogram is “IHS” or “IHC”, derived from the first three letters of the Greek name of Jesus, iota-eta-sigma, or ΙΗΣ. Here, the Greek letter eta was transliterated as the letter H in the Latin-speaking West (Greek eta and Latin-alphabet H had the same visual appearance and shared a common historical origin), while the Greek letter sigma was either transliterated as the Latin letter C (due to the visually similar form of the lunate sigma), or as Latin S (since these letters of the two alphabets wrote the same sound). Because the Latin-alphabet letters I and J were not systematically distinguished until the 17th century, “JHS” and “JHC” are equivalent to “IHS” and “IHC”.
“IHS” is sometimes interpreted as meaning Iesus Hominum Salvator (“Jesus, Savior of men” in Latin) or connected with In Hoc Signo. Some uses have even been created for the English language, where “IHS” is interpreted as an abbreviation of “I Have Suffered” or “In His Service”. Used in Latin since the seventh century, the first use of IHS in an English document dates from the fourteenth century, in The vision of William concerning Piers Plowman. Saint Bernardino of Siena popularized the use of the three letters on the background of a blazing sun to displace both popular pagan symbols and seals of political factions like the Guelphs and Ghibellines in public spaces.
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