Comparison of philosophical languages [OT]
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 25, 2003, 12:54|
James Landau wrote:
>In a message dated 1/21/2003 2:15:21 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> > > Christianity = ybonate = "noun wet religious organization"
> > ME> Doesn't sound too flattering. Neither does the name
> > ME> of their "wet religious publication".
> > I mean baptism. "ubi Christianity" is difficult to
> > pronounce for many non-English speakers.
> So the "wet" in Christianity is referring to baptism? You had me fooled.
>interpreted it as referring to the fish (that wet animal) that symbolizes
>religion. The Jesus fish on bumper stickers and decals, the story about the
>miracle wherein Jesus fed hundreds with only fish, the years A.D. 1 to 2000
>as the "Age of Pisces" in which Christianity dominates (as opposed to the
>Jewish age of Aries before), etc.
I may be missing something, but isn't a zodiacal age suposed to be one
twelfth of the period of precession? That'd be a bit more than 2000 years;
about 2170 years.
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