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They were really kings, not magi


Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit


Accounts about the three kings are in Matthew 2:1-12, 16.  From the Holy Bible, King James Version, here is the account:

Matthew 2:1-12, 16
1 Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem.
2 Saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? For we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him.
3 When Herod the king had heard these things, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.
4 And when he had gathered all the chief priests and scribes of the people together, he demanded of them where Christ should be born.
5 And they said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judea: for thus it is written by the prophet,
6 And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, art not the least among the princes of Judah: for out of thee shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel.
7 Then Herod, when he had privily called the wise men, inquired of them diligently what time the start appeared.
8 And he sent them to Bethlehem, and said, Go and search diligently for the young child; and when ye have found him, bring me word again, that I may come and worship him also.
9 When they had heard the king, they departed; and, lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was.
10 When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy.
11 And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshiped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh.
12 And being warned of God in a dream that they should not return to Herod, they departed into their own country another way.
16 Then Herod, when he saw that he was mocked of the wise men, was exceeding wroth, and sent forth, and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coasts thereof, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had diligently inquired of the wise men.

The three men were interpreted to be magi but the Holy Spirit who we (plural) talk to, tape-recorded, says that they were really kings named Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar from three kingdoms east of Jerusalem, namely: Saba or Sheba (now Yemen), Arabia (now Saudi Arabia), and Persia (now Iran), respectively.   

The star of Bethlehem appeared only when Jesus was born in the evening of May 23, 33 BC.  When the kings saw the new star, they immediately set forth on their journey.  They rode on dromedaries (Arabian camels) and were travelling fast.  They did know each other but only met along the way as they neared Jerusalem while following the star.

When they arrived at Jerusalem, it was in the evening.  The star disappeared.  They passed by King Herod to give respect to him and invited him to join them in their search for the child.  It was deafening to King Herod to hear from the three kings that a new king of the Jews was born, a competitor.

The three kings found Jesus on June 6, 33 BC, fourteen days or two weeks (not two years) after Jesus was born.  King Melchor offered bitter myrrh “because He is true man who will save mankind from sins.”  King Gaspar offered frankincense “because He is true God, merciful and savior to a praying person.” King Baltazar offered gold “because He is truly king, owner and holder of gold and this world.”  (quotations from Pasiong Mahal pp. 23-25, I hope I have translated them properly.)

The Holy Bible that we are using now was not directly written by the disciples but by their descendants.  These descendants compiled the notes of the disciples and came up with the stories.  The descendants were not eyewitnesses to the crucifixion that is why there are inaccuracies in the accounts.  Hence, the Holy Spirit is here with us now correcting these errors.  He recommended that we use the King James Version because He said that it is nearer the truth.

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Time line during the time of Jesus



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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, and the crucifixion study, at  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  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        


  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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When did King Herod the Great die?


Peace Crusader and Echo


The first century AD historian, Josephus, in his Antiquities of the Jews, Book XVII, chapter 6, Section 4 and Wars of the Jews, Book I, Chapter 33, Section 4, wrote that Herod died not long after a lunar eclipse and before a Passover.

The lunar eclipse happened on Nisan 15, 3728 (March 30, 33 BC) which was visible in Jerusalem. In that year, the first month of the religious year fell in the month of Av. Hence, the Passover Festival was held from Av 14 to Av 21, 3728 (July 25-August 1, 33 BC).

The Jews used two types of calendars—a purely lunar religious calendar which had twelve months in one year and a lunisolar civil calendar in which a month is inserted or intercalated seven times in the 19-year Metonic Cycle to keep the months aligned with the seasons. The religious calendar regressed through the seasons – summer, spring, winter, autumn and back to summer again. Its first month where the Passover Festival was held, for example, shifts by one season about every nine years. The civil calendar starts from the month of Tishri in which the year counting starts.

When the Jewish calendar was reformed to what it is today in 358/359 AD, the wandering Passover Festival was fixed in the month of Nisan. The eleventh month of this reformed calendar from Nisan is Shevat. Traditionally, the death of Herod is held on Shevat 2. But when Herod actually died, it was on Av 2, 3728 (July 13, 33 BC). Av is the eleventh month from Tishri.

Herod’s relation to the birth of Jesus

The Holy Spirit revealed that Jesus was born on May 23. This has been proven to be true and correct. The year, 33 BC. The results of the study conducted from 2004 to 2006 are found in From the birth of Jesus until His presentation and the purification rite of Mary at the Temple in Jerusalem 40 days later (Tammuz 21, 3728 = July 3, 33 BC), the Holy Family was in the Bethlehem-Jerusalem area. After these rites, they proceeded on their way back to Nazareth, but during the night, an angel told Joseph to flee and take his family to Egypt. King Herod ordered first the arrest of the three kings or bring over the Christ child on Tammuz 22, 3728 (July 4, 33 BC). When his soldiers failed to find them, he ordered the slaughter of all innocent children onTammuz 23, 3728 (July 5, 33 BC).

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The visit of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Elizabeth


Peace Crusader and Echo

 The archangel Gabriel announced to the Blessed Virgin Mary that she would give birth to a son to be named Jesus (Luke 1:26-38).  The Annunciation must have happened on August 17, 34 BC, a Saturday.  For a birth on May 23 (revealed and proven to be correct), her first day of menstruation should be August 17 which is also the day when Jesus was crucified and died in 1 BC. 

A few days later, she left Nazareth “and went into the hill country with haste, into a city of Judah” (Luke 1:39).   According to Pasiong Mahal, page 18a, her espoused husband Joseph accompanied her, to wit: “Nang malibang ilang araw, kay Mariang naisipan paroo’t siya’y dumalaw, sa kaniyang buong-pinsan, buntis na anim na buwan.  Lumakad kapagkaraka ang Poong Birhen Maria, si San Hosep ang kasama at ang kanilang pinunta kabundukan ng Judea.” (After a few days, Mary thought that she would visit her first cousin who was six months pregnant.  The Blessed Virgin Mary immediately left accompanied by Saint Joseph for the hill country of Judea.”).  Why did she decide with haste to see her old and barren cousin Elizabeth?

Joseph and Mary left Sunday, August 25, after the following week’s Sabbath day.  After walking for three days, they reached the home of Zechariah and Elizabeth in Ein Kerem, a part of Hebron (El Khalil).  The village of Ein Kerem, according to Theodosius (AD 530), is five miles from Jerusalem and is mentioned by name in the Jerusalem Calendar (dated before AD 638) as the place of a festival on August 28 in memory of Elizabeth meeting her cousin Mary.

Joseph and Mary stayed with Elizabeth for three months (Luke 1:56 states: “And Mary abode with her about three months, and returned to her own house.”).  Pasiong Mahal on page 19a states: “Nang ito’y maipagsulit ng Inang Birheng marikit doo’y hindi na umalis, hanggang sa hindi sumapit, dalawang buwang mahigit.” (“After the beautiful Virgin Mother had said this, she did not leave after more than two months.”)  They stayed until she had given birth, to a son, on November 18, 34 BC (Kislev 11, 3729), six months before Jesus was born on May 23, 33 BC.  The child was circumcised on his eighth day in accordance with Jewish tradition and was named John on November 25.  Only after the naming ceremony was Zechariah able to speak again (Luke 1:57-79). 

Joseph and Mary left the next day which is “about three months” (Holy Bible), and “more than two months” (Pasiong Mahal), since they arrived on August 28  .  Why did they stay this long at Hebron?  Foremost, she wanted to verify that her old and barren cousin Elizabeth would really give birth to a son and a human being as announced to her by Archangel Gabriel.  Secondly, they could be of assistance to Elizabeth’s giving birth to her only child.  And thirdly, they lived far away; it took them about three days to walk from Nazareth.

After the verification and naming, they left for their home in Nazareth because winter is about to set in and it would be rainy and cold on the way.  All this time (August 28-November 26) that Mary was in Hebron, Joseph was with her.  She would not have flirted with any of the locals since she had with her her espoused husband and she really would like to remain chaste even though she lived with Joseph.

Today, 2009-09-03, I thought that John the Baptist was circumcised and named on November 25 because it is the day the Holy Spirit told us, His listeners, to bless the children called “Blessing of the Children”.  We actually do not know why on this date.  Today, I believe I found the reason why, and consequently, when John was born—November 18, 34 BC.


Other information:

Hebron is a city of Judah, 30 km south of Jerusalem.  It is 930 m or 3050 ft above sea level.  Ein Kerem (also spelled as Ain Karim meaning “Spring of the Vineyard”) was a part of Hebron.  Its coordinates are 31°45’55”N 35°8’58”E.  This is where John the Baptist was born, according to Christian tradition, hence, many churches and monasteries have been built here and have attracted Christian pilgrims.

Among the churches are two by the same name, Church of St. John the Baptist.  One is by the Roman Catholic built in the second half of the 19th and the other, by the Eastern Orthodox built in 1894.  Both are remnants of ancient churches.  The Catholic church is mentioned in the Book of the Demonstration by Eutychius of Alexandria (AD 940) which states: “The church of Bayt Zakariya in the district of Aelia bears witness to the visit of Mary to her kinswoman Elizabeth.”


Summary of notable findings:

1.  John the Baptist was born on November 18, 34 BC.
2.  John the Baptist was born six months before Jesus.  Jesus was born on May 23, 33 BC.  May 23 was revealed by the Holy Spirit and I was able to prove that it is true and correct in 2006.
3.  John the Baptist was circumcised and named on November 25, 34 BC.
4.  The Holy Spirit instructed us to bless the children on November 25 which is called “Blessing of the Children”.
5.  The Blessed Virgin Mary was accompanied by Joseph, her espoused husband, on this trip to the hill country of Judea.  She could not have travelled by herself. 
6.  They left Nazareth on Sunday, August 25, 34 BC, after the regular weekly Saturday Sabbath.
7.  They travelled on foot for three days and reached Elizabeth’s place on August 28, 34 BC.  The place is more than 100 km (60 miles) from Nazareth.
8.  The place where Elizabeth lived is called Ain Karim or Ein Kerem where a festival is held on August 28 dating since the seventh century AD that commemorates the meeting of Elizabeth and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
9.  Joseph and Mary stayed at Elizabeth’s place for almost three months (Luke 1:56).  In Pasiong Mahal, it is more than two months.


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Barren women gave birth


Peace Crusader and Echo

There were women in the Holy Bible who were barren but with God’s will, they conceived as prophesied.  “Is any thing too hard for the LORD?” (Genesis 18:14)  God sent an angel to announce the event.

1.  The angel of the Lord told Abraham that his old and barren wife Sarah would conceive and give birth to a son; to wit (All quotations from King James Version):

Genesis 18:10 – “And he [one of the three men, most likely an angel of the Lord, or the Lord Himself] said, I will certainly return unto thee according to the time of life; and, lo, Sarah thy wife shall have a son.  And Sarah heard it in the tent door, which was behind him.”

2.   The angel of the Lord told Zechariah that his old and barren wife Elisabeth would conceive and give birth to a son to be named John; to wit:

Luke 1:13 – “But the angel said unto him, Fear not, Zechariah: for thy prayer is heard; and thy wife Elisabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John.”

Luke 1:19 – “And the angel answering said unto him, I am Gabriel, that stand in the presence of God, and am sent to speak unto thee, and to show thee these glad tidings.”

3.  The angel appeared to Manoah’s wife (mother of Samson) who was barren, and said:

Judges 13:3 – “And the angel of the LORD appeared unto the woman, and said unto her, Behold now, thou art barren, and bearest not: but thou shalt conceive, and bear a son.”

4.  Regarding Santa Ana, the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, on page 12a of Pasiong Mahal [Holy Passion], it is indeterminate who revealed that she would conceive and to whom whether it was revealed to her or to her husband San Joaquin.  It states: “Kahi’t baog at matanda si Santa Anang dakila, naglihi at nanganak nga isang babaing mistula dikit na walang kamukha.  Rosa na lubhang maganda sadyang mabangong sampaga ang anak ni Santa Ana yaong nga at dili iba ang Birheng Santa Mary.” [“Even though the great Santa Ana was barren and old, she conceived and gave birth to an incomparable girl.  A very beautiful rose who smelled as scented as sampaguita was the child of Santa Ana who is none other than the Blessed Virgin Mary.”]

You may question my using Pasiong Mahal other than the Holy Bible but the Holy Spirit told us that we may use the former as well since not all the details are in the latter.

On the following, God can make a woman to conceive and He can also withhold her to conceive.

1.   Rebekah was the wife of Isaac.  Isaac entreated the Lord to make his wife conceive.  She conceived to twins Esau and Jacob.

Genesis 25:21 – “And Isaac entreated the LORD for his wife because she was barren: and the LORD was entreated of him, and Rebekah his wife conceived.”

2.  Jacob was married to sisters Leah and Rachel.  The Lord opened the womb of Leah but Rachel was barren.  Leah gave birth to Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah.  She thought she had stopped bearing children so she gave Jacob her handmaid Zilpah to wife.  Zilpah gave birth to Gad and Asher.   God made Leah to conceive again and gave birth to Issachar, Zebulun, and Dinah. 


After Leah gave birth to Judah, Rachel said to Jacob to give her children or else she would die.  Jacob, in her anger, said:

                 Genesis 30:2 – “Am I in God’s stead, who hath withheld from thee the fruit of the womb?”

 In desperation, Rachel gave her handmaid Bilhah for Jacob to wife.  Bilhah gave birth to Dan and Naphtali.  God remembered Rachel and heard her and opened her womb.  She gave birth to Joseph and much later (Genesis 35:18), to Benjamin.

If the children of Israel would listen and “keep the commandments, and the statues, and the judgment” and do them, the Lord God shall keep the covenant that He swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and He promised:

                               Deuteronomy 7:14 – “Thou shalt be blessed above all people: there shall not be male or female barren among you, and among your cattle.”

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Commissioning by the Holy Spirit


Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit

The following text in the Pilipino language was extracted from a session with the Holy Spirit on 1999-04-11.   Its  English translation follows.

Ama:  Ikaw naman, Aristeo, kaya ka naman nauwi rito upang tumupad ng tungkulin mo.  Wala ka namang natutungkol kahit ano.  Ang tungkulin mo, maghanap ng mga tao.

Aristeo Fernando:  Ang tungkulin ko po ay maghanap ng mga tao?

Ama:  Oo.  Sa madaling salita, ikaw ay maging mangingisda.

Aristeo:  Ama, yaong akin pong pangingisda, halimbawa po, isa ay yaong sa radio.  Ikalawa po ay sa Internet.  Nagsasalita rin po ako sa mga tao na binabanggit ko po Kayo pero sabi ko, darating ang panahon na mayroong ibang pamamaraan ang Diyos para ang mga tao ay mas makilala po Kayo.  Parang sa tingin ko po ay ang kalendaryo [Aristean] ang siyang magiging para bang introduction ko po sa mundo at makikilala nila ako.  Saka ko naman mai-introduce ko po Kayo roon.  At malalaman nila yaong Inyo pong mga iniaaral.

Ama:  Ang kailangan ay ikaw ay maging mangingisda.  At ang kailangan sa pangingisda mo, manghuli ka agad sapagkat malapit na.  Malapit na ang huling araw.  Kinakailangang maisagawa mo na ang lahat ng mga bagay.

Ang lahat ng naririto, kinakailangang mangisda.  Ngunit matagal na panahon na, wala silang nahuhuling isda sapagkat sila ay tamad mamalakaya.

Ikaw, magpakasipag ka.  Magpakasipag kang mamalakaya.
Here is its English translation:

Ama:  And you, Aristeo, why you have come home here, so that you can perform your duty.  You do not have any other duty.  Your duty: to look for people.

Aristeo Fernando:  My duty is to look for people?

Ama:  Yes.  In other words, you become a fisherman [fisher of men].

Aristeo:  Father, regarding my fishing, for example, one is on radio.  Secondly, on the Internet.  I also talk to people.  I talk about You and what I say is that time will come, God will have ways so that You will be known to people.  The way that I see it, the calendar [Aristean] will be my introduction to the world, and after that, then, I will be able to introduce You and the world will know Your teachings.

Ama:  You must be a fisherman [fisher of men].  And in your fishing, you have to catch quickly because it is near.  The last day is near.  You have to do all the things.

All who are here have to fish but for a long time now, they have not caught any fish because they are lazy to fish.

You [Aristeo], work hard.  You fish hard.

I hope I have translated the Pilipino text to English properly.  If you have other ways of translating the text, I most welcome them.

It is the Holy Spirit Himself who commissioned me to do fishing [as fisher of men].  That is my only role.  And I have been doing it on the Internet to reach out to all people around the world.  My website is not only available worldwide, it is also available 24/7.  It can be studied, checked, scrutinized in the comfort of one’s home.  The person is not pressured to make hasty decision.  He can take his time.

I first thought that it would be through the proposed Aristean calendar that the world would know me, and then introduce the Holy Spirit.  I thought that the calendar would be implemented in the year 2001.  When the calendar was not proclaimed during the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia in 2000, then I stopped promoting it.  I know that it is destined to be implemented one day replacing the present Gregorian calendar as the official primary standard calendar of the world.  It will be in His time.  So I stopped my radio program in about May 1999 and concentrated on the Internet instead. 

I was able to prove the revelations of the Holy Spirit regarding the crucifixion and death of Jesus on August 17 [1 BC] in 2003, and the birth of Jesus on May 23 [33 BC] in 2006.  There are other signs that I discovered since 2000 that will attest that God has really chosen me as a fisher of men to present His teachings to mankind.

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Who is telling the truth: Angel Raziel or the Holy Spirit?

My Dear Fellowmen,


Below is my reply under the topic “The Angels in the Bible” which now disappeared from “7 most recent interaction” and “Top Posts”.


I am re-posting it under this topic “The 7 Angels before the throne of God” hoping that it will appear on your radar screen.


With love, your brother in Jesus,

Aristeo Canlas Fernando




Dear Zoti’el and my Fellowmen,


Zoti-el wrote on August 13, 2008 at 3:30 pm:

2.  When was Jesus was Born: He [Angel Raziel] says, on the 3rd day after the 3rd week of the 12th month of the Hebrew Calendar (Adar).

3.  When was Jesus crucified: He [Angel Raziel] says on the 6th day after the 1st week of the 1st month of the Hebrew Calendar (Nisan).


My reply on August 14, 2008 at 1:14 pm

On number 2:

I know that the 12th month of the Hebrew Calendar is Adar if using it as the religious calendar. The first month of the religious year is Nisan. If using the Hebrew Calendar as the civil calendar, the 12th month is Elul in an ordinary year and Av in a leap year. The first month of the civil year is Tishri.

When Raziel said that Jesus was born “on the 3rd day after the 3rd week of the 12th month of the Hebrew Calendar (Adar)”, this means that there is the first day of the week. Which is the first day of the week? The seventh day is Sabbath day, isn’t it? Why did he not just give a date, e.g. Adar 16?

A month in the Hebrew Calendar may either be 29 or 30 days long. Why “after the 3rd week”? Should it be the 3rd day OF the 3rd week of Adar? When you said “after the 3rd week”, you were referring to the 4th week, weren’t you?


In which year was Jesus born?


On number 3:

Again, the date that you gave is using the Hebrew Calendar as the religious calendar for its first month is Nisan. My questions are similar to my previous reply.


In which year was Jesus crucified and died?


Zoti’el wrote on August 18, 2008 at 2:18 pm in reply to the year when Jesus was born and when He was crucified and died:


1.  Peacecrusader: Let’s meet halfway, Angel Raziel obviously used the religious calendar. As to what year the Lord Jesus was born, he said it was at the end of 5 B.C (using our adjusted calendar), which is almost 4 B.C. As to what year the Lord Jesus was crucified and died, he says it was weeks after the transition of 29 and 30 A.D.


My reply:

Angel Raziel says that Jesus was born “on the 3rd day after the 3rd week of the 12th month of the Hebrew Calendar (Adar)” in the year “at the end of 5 B.C (using our adjusted calendar), which is almost 4 B.C.”  In the Julian or Gregorian calendar, Adar is sometime in February and March.


Angel Raziel also says that Jesus was crucified and died “on the 6th day after the 1st week of the 1st month of the Hebrew Calendar (Nisan)” in the year “weeks after the transition of 29 and 30 A.D”.  In the Julian or Gregorian calendar, Nisan is sometime in March and April.


Could Angel Raziel explain how he came out with those dates?  Those dates are so far away from the dates I got which I honestly say I did not get from thin air.  The dates were revealed by no other than the Holy Spirit Himself who we (plural) talk to. 


In 1983, I learned that Jesus was born on May 23 and died on August 17.  In my curiosity and to prove to myself whether the revelations are true and correct or not, in 1999, 16 years after I first heard the dates, I embarked on a study to check them out.


In 2003, four years after I started my study, I proved that the revelation of the Holy Spirit that Jesus was crucified and died on August 17 is correct.  The year was 1 BC. 


In 2006, I proved that His revelation that Jesus was born on May 23 is also correct.  The year was 33 BC.  Jesus was 32 solar years old when He died.  This is equivalent to 33 lunar years.


The results of these extensive studies are in my website.  You may check them out.


I therefore find that what Angel Raziel said are in conflict with what were revealed to us by the Holy Spirit.  Who do you think is telling the truth?


With love, your brother in Jesus,

Aristeo Canlas Fernando, Peace Crusader and Echo

Motto:  pro aris et focis

“The Internet is mightier than the sword.”



Please note:  I cannot enter the Weblog “Depths of the Living God” anymore.  It seems that the owner of the Weblog deleted me and my postings.  Why?  Who is telling the truth: Angel Raziel or the Holy Spirit who we talk to?  The truth will shine through.