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Jesus nailed through the palm

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JESUS NAILED THROUGH THE PALM©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
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When Jesus Christ was nailed on the cross, the nails were driven through His palm and not through the wrist.  This was revealed by the Holy Spirit.

The bones of the forearm from the elbow to the wrist are the radius and ulna.  We usually call this area at the end of these bones as the wrist where the wristwatch is usually placed, and the pulse is taken.  Jesus was not nailed to the cross in this area. 

From Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, the carpus is the “wrist or the part of the forelimb between the antebrachium [the part of the arm or forelimb between the brachium and the carpus: forearm] and the metacarpus”.  It is “the group of bones which contains the navicular, lunatum, triquetrum, and pisiform [first row of bones] that articulate with the radius and a distal row which contains the trapezium [greater multagumum], trapezoid [lesser multangulum], capitatum and hamatum [second row of bones] that articulate with the metacarpals”. 

Between these rows of eight bones is the “Tunnel of Destot”.  It is through this tunnel that the nail was driven through.

The same dictionary defines the palm as “the somewhat concave part of the human hand between the bases of the fingers and the wrist upon which the fingers close when flexed”.

Several listeners were fortunate to be allowed to feel where the nail was driven through.  Even though I requested one time, I was refused.  The Holy Spirit has reasons to deny my request.

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Two nails for the feet of Jesus

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TWO NAILS FOR THE FEET OF JESUS©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
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There were three people who were crucified—the two thieves and Jesus Christ.  Jesus was at the center.  To His right was Dimas, the thief who said to Jesus, ‘Lord, remember me when thou comest  into thy kingdom’ (Luke 23:42).  To His left was Hestas, the thief who said, ‘If thou be Christ, save thyself and us’ (Luke 23:39).

Three nails were used to each of Dimas and Hestas—two for the palms and one for the feet.  Dimas’ feet were nailed with his right foot over his left foot to face the center.  Hestas’ feet were nailed with his left foot over his right foot, also to face the center.

Four nails were used in Jesus—one nail for each palm, and one nail for each foot, He being in the center.

This revelation of the Holy Spirit will correct the portrayal of the crucifixion of Jesus on crucifixes that only one nail was used to nail His feet on the cross.   

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The truth about Judas’ suicide

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THE TRUTH ABOUT JUDAS’ SUICIDE©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
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The Holy Bible states the attempt of Judas Iscariot to commit suicide in his deep remorse for his betrayal of his master, Jesus. 

Matthew 27:5 (King James Version) states, ‘And he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself.’  Acts 1:18 states, ‘Now this man purchased a field with the reward of iniquity; and falling headlong, he burst asunder in the midst, and all his bowels gushed out.’ 

The Holy Spirit revealed to us that Judas was not successful in his attempt because Jesus thwarted it.  Why?  Because Jesus promised His twelve apostles that they will sit in the throne of Heaven and their number will not be decreased.  Judas only did his role so that what is written in the scripture would be fulfilled.

How did Jesus save Judas?  A bolt of lightning struck the rope and he fell ‘headlong’.   Another bolt of lightning struck him as he fell and ‘he burst asunder in the midst, and all his bowels gushed out.’ 

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Nicodemus owned the sepulcher, not Joseph of Arimathea

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NICODEMUS OWNED THE SEPULCHER,
NOT JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
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A sepulcher is defined by Webster’s Third New International Dictionary as ‘a place for the interment of a dead body: grave, tomb’.  The New Standard Jewish Encyclopedia states under ‘cemetery’ that ‘in ancient times, the cemetery usually consisted of a series of vaults in natural caves, royalty having burial places separate from those of the ordinary people’.  The sepulcher where Jesus was buried is stated in John 19:41, to wit: ‘Now in the place where he was crucified there was a garden; and in the garden a new sepulcher, wherein was never man yet laid.’  The sepulcher where Jesus was laid was hewn out of the rock and a stone was rolled to the door of the sepulcher. 

Who were present when Jesus was buried?  According to the Holy Spirit we talk to, there were seven people present.  They were:

  1. Mary, the mother of Jesus (John 19:25, 26)
  2. John, the second cousin of Jesus and His beloved disciple (John 19:27)
  3. Joseph of Arimathea (Matthew 27:57-60; Mark 15:43-46; Luke 23:50-53; John 19:38)
  4. Nicodemus (John 19:39)
  5. Mary Magdalene (Matthew 27:56, 61; Mark 15:40, 47; John 19:25)
  6. Mary, the mother of James the less and of Joses (Matthew 27:56; Mark 15:40, 47)
  7. Mary, the Samaritan woman, the other Mary (Matthew 27:61)

The apostles of Jesus were not present because they could not bear to see the suffering of their Master.

According to the Holy Spirit, Mary was a common name then.  He told us that the name of the Samaritan woman was Mary.  She is one of the women who ‘followed Jesus from Galilee, ministering unto him’.  (Matthew 27:55; Mark 15:41; Luke 23:49)

Nicodemus “brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred pound weight’. (John 19:39)  It was a costly offering.

Matthew 27:60 says that Joseph of Arimathea own the tomb but he was not.  The Holy Spirit told us that Nicodemus owned the tomb.  It is logical to believe the Holy Spirit because Nicodemus was from Jerusalem.  He was a Pharisee and a member of the Sanhedrin.  He was a rich person to offer such a costly offering and could afford to buy such a sepulcher. 

Joseph was not residing in Jerusalem but in Arimathea so he won’t be buying a sepulcher there.  Arimathea is generally considered to be the modern Rentis, about 35 km NW of Jerusalem or a day’s walk away.  After Jesus was laid, he rolled a great stone to the door of the sepulcher, and departed. (Matthew 27:60)

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Days to Passover

DAYS TO PASSOVER©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
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The table below shows the events prior to the Jewish Passover as per account in the Holy Bible: 

Days to Passover

Jewish date Proleptic Gregorian Date Day of week Event

Reference

6

Av 8, 3760 July 26, 1 BC Wed Bethany, home of Lazarus John 12:1

5

Av 9, 3760 July 27, 1 BC Thu Triumphant entry to Jerusalem Matt 21:1Mark 11:1

Luke 19:30-38

John 12:12

4

Av 10, 3760 July 28, 1 BC Fri Cursing of fig tree Matt 21:18-22Mark 11:12-14

3

Av 11, 3760 July 29, 1 BC Sat    

2

Av 12, 3760 July 30, 1 BC Sun Discourses of Jesus in Matt 23, 24, 25 Matt 26:2

1

Av 13, 3760 July 31, 1 BC Mon    

0

Av 14, 3760 August 1, 1 BC Tue Passover, arrest of Jesus at the Garden of Gethsemane Matt 26:17Luke 22:7

 

In 1 BC, the Jews were using two types of calendar: a purely lunar calendar wherein the Passover Festival (Pesach) was fixed and a lunisolar calendar wherein New Year’s Day (Rosh Hashana),  Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and Feast of Tabernacle (Succouth) were held. 

The first month of the purely lunar calendar fell in the month of Av in 1 BC.  Hence, the Passover Festival was held from August 1-8, 1 BC or Av 14-22, 3760.

This therefore gives credence to the revelation of the Holy Spirit who we (plural) talk to that Jesus Christ was crucified on August 17 that I first heard in 1983.  I have proven that the revealed date is true and correct in a study I did from 1999 to 2003 wherein I found the year to be 1 BC.  The results of my study can be found at http://aristean.org/crucifyidx.htm

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August 17 in Jewish calendar from 1 BC to 35 AD

AUGUST 17 IN JEWISH CALENDAR FROM 1 BC TO 35 AD©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit

According to the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ was crucified on August 17.  I have verified this date to be true and correct in the study I did from 1999 to 2003.  The year was 1 BC and it was a Thursday.  The results of my study are in http://aristean.org/crucifyidx.htm

I also did a study on which day of the week could Jesus had been crucified.  I found that He could not have been crucified on any day of the week except on a Thursday.  The webpage address is https://peacecrusader.wordpress.com/2009/04/04/which-day-of-the-week-did-the-crucifixion-occur/.

The following table shows the equivalent date in the Jewish calendar of the proleptic Gregorian date August 17 and the day of the week:

Proleptic Gregorian date Jewish date Day of the week
August 17, 1 BC Av 30, 3760 Thursday
August 17, 1 AD Elul 10, 3761 Friday
August 17, 2 AD Av 22, 3762 Saturday
August 17, 3 AD Elul 3, 3763 Sunday
August 17, 4 AD Elul 14, 3764 Tuesday
August 17, 5 AD Av 24, 3765 Wednesday
August 17, 6 AD Elul 5, 3766 Thursday
August 17, 7 AD Elul 17, 3767 Friday
August 17, 8 AD Av 28, 3768 Sunday
August 17, 9 AD Elul 9, 3769 Monday
August 17, 10 AD Av 21, 3770 Tuesday
August 17, 11 AD Elul 1, 3771 Wednesday
August 17, 12 AD Elul 13, 3772 Friday
August 17, 13 AD Av 23, 3773 Saturday
August 17, 14 AD Elul 5, 3774 Sunday
August 17, 15 AD Elul 16, 3775 Monday
August 17, 16 AD Av 27, 3776 Wednesday
August 17, 17 AD Elul 7, 3777 Thursday
August 17, 18 AD Elul 19, 3778 Friday
August 17, 19 AD Av 30, 3779 Saturday
August 17, 20 AD Elul 11, 3780 Monday
August 17, 21 AD Av 23, 3781 Tuesday
August 17, 22 AD Elul 3, 3782 Wednesday
August 17, 23 AD Elul 14, 3783 Thursday
August 17, 24 AD Av 25, 3784 Saturday
August 17, 25 AD Elul 5, 3785 Sunday
August 17, 26 AD Elul 16, 3786 Monday
August 17, 27 AD Av 28, 3787 Tuesday
August 17, 28 AD Elul 9, 3788 Thursday
August 17, 29 AD Av 21, 3789 Friday
August 17, 30 AD Elul 2, 3790 Saturday
August 17, 31 AD Elul 12, 3791 Sunday
August 17, 32 AD Av 23, 3792 Tuesday
August 17, 33 AD Elul 4, 3793 Wednesday
August 17, 34 AD Elul 16, 3794 Thursday
August 17, 35 AD Av 26, 3795 Friday

Among the dates, Thursday occurred on Av 30, 3760; Elul 5, 3766; Elul 7, 3777; Elul 14, 3783; Elul 9, 3788; and Elul 16, 3794.  The following date after this Thursday date are all in the month of Elul.  There was only one high Sabbath (John 19:31) that occurred in Elul, and this was the New Moon Festival on the first of the month.  Hence, Av 30, 3760 is the correct date of the crucifixion of Jesus.  This is equivalent to August 17, 1 BC.  The following date is Elul 1, 3760 which was the New Moon Festival, a high Sabbath day.

The following were used in the conversion from proleptic Gregorian date to Jewish date: http://www.hebrewcalendar.net/htdocs/main.en.html and http://the-light.com/cal/converter (Yet Another Calendar Converter).  The first website was used in AD years only whereas the second website can be used in BC or AD years.

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Time line during the time of Jesus

TIME LINE DURING THE TIME OF JESUS©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO

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The Holy Spirit revealed that Jesus was born on May 23 and was crucified and died on August 17.  I heard these revelations in 1983 from old listeners.  I checked these dates from 1999 to 2006 and found them to be true and correct.  Results of the birth study can be found at http://aristean.org/birthmay23.htm, and the crucifixion study, at http://aristean.org/crucifyidx.htm.  Jesus was born in 33 BC; and was 32 solar years old or 33 lunar years when He died in 1 BC.  We can safely assume that these dates are correct, firstly, because the revelation came from the Holy Spirit Himself, and secondly, because of the extensive studies made which verified the revelations to be correct.

In one recording, I learned that the Holy Family returned to Nazareth after staying in Egypt for three years.

In another recording, I learned that Jesus created Pontius Pilate when He was 12 years old because the new Roman emperor, Tiberius Caesar, asked His mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, to give Jesus to him for adoption.  His mother gave a boy who looked exactly like Jesus.  (Please read http://aristean.org/054-pilate.htm)  It is just logical that Tiberius Caesar appointed his adopted child, Pontius Pilate, who was 26 years old then, as governor of Judaea during his reign as emperor.

When did John the Baptist start his ministry?  In Luke 3:1-2, it states (KJV): “Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor of Judaea, and Herod being tetrarch of Galilee, and his brother Philip tetrarch of Ituraea and of the region of Trachonitis, and Lysanias the tetrarch of Abilene, Annas and Caiaphas being the high priests, the word of God came unto John the son of Zacharias in the wilderness.”  This must have happened in 6 BC.

Current Year True Year Age of Jesus Reign of Tiberius Caesar Reign of Pontius Pilate Event
2 BC 34 BC        
1 BC 33 BC       Birth of Jesus; King Herod dies; Holy Family fled to Egypt
1 AD 32 BC 1      
2 AD 31 BC 2      
3 AD 30 BC 3     Holy Family returned from Egypt to Nazareth
4 AD 29 BC 4      
5 AD 28 BC 5      
6 AD 27 BC 6      
7 AD 26 BC 7      
8 AD 25 BC 8      
9 AD 24 BC 9      
10 AD 23 BC 10      Reign of Herod Archelaus ended; Augustus deposed Archelaus
11 AD 22 BC 11      
12 AD 21 BC 12     Jesus in Jerusalem; start of reign of Emperor Tiberius
13 AD 20 BC 13 1    
14 AD 19 BC 14 2    
15 AD 18 BC 15 3    
16 AD 17 BC 16 4    
17 AD 16 BC 17 5    
18 AD 15 BC 18 6    
19 AD 14 BC 19 7    
20 AD 13 BC 20 8    
21 AD 12 BC 21 9    
22 AD 11 BC 22 10    
23 AD 10 BC 23 11    
24 AD 9 BC 24 12    
25 AD 8 BC 25 13    
26 AD 7 BC 26 14   Start of reign of Pontius Pilate as governor of Judaea
27 AD 6 BC 27 15 1 Start of ministry of John the Baptist
28 AD 5 BC 28 16 2  
29 AD 4 BC 29 17 3 March – baptism of Jesus and start of His ministry
30 AD 3 BC 30 18 4  
31 AD 2 BC  31 19 5  
32 AD 1 BC 32 20 6 August – death of Jesus on the cross
33 AD 1 AD   21 7  
34 AD 2 AD   22 8 Death of Tiberius Caesar; the new Emperor Caligula sent Herod Antipas into exile in Gaul
35 AD 3 AD     9  
36 AD 4 AD     10 End of reign of Pontius Pilate
37 AD 5 AD        
38 AD 6 AD        

Assumptions:

  1.  Jesus Christ was born on May 23, 33 BC equivalent to Sivan 10, 3728.
  2. King Herod died not long after Jesus was born.  His kingdom was divided among his sons, Herod Archelaus (ethnarch of Judaea, Idumea and Samaria), Herod Antipas (tetrarch of Galilee and Perea), and Philip (tetrarch of Iturea and Trachonitis).
  3. The Holy Family fled to Egypt and stayed there for three years.
  4. Herod Archelaus was deposed by Augustus Caesar after ten years of being tetrach.
  5. Jesus was 12 years old when Emperor Tiberius Caesar started his reign.
  6. Pontius Pilate reigned for ten years as governor of the Roman province of Judaea while Emperor Tiberius Caesar was in office.
  7. John the Baptist started his ministry in 6 BC.  He baptized Jesus Christ two years later, on March 27, 4 BC or Nisan 1, 3757.
  8. Jesus died on the cross in August 17, 1 BC equivalent to Av 30, 3760.
  9. The ministry of Jesus was for 3-1/2 years or 42 months.
  10. Herod Antipas reigned for 34 years.
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