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Jesus Hit Puberty 2K Yrs Before 2012

Monday, July 14th, 2008

According to Wikipedia, Jesus was born between 7–2 BC/BCE. Wikipedia goes on to say that, "While Christmas, in honor of Jesus' birth, is celebrated on December 25, there is no indication that this was his actual birthday."

Let's say it was. Say Jesus was born on December 25th of year 7 BC/BCE. So on Christmas Day in year 0, he'd have turned 7. In year 12, he'd have turned 19. One year past the draft.

Now let's see what happens if he was born on December 25th of year 2 BC/BCE. On Christmas Day in year 0, he'd have turned 2. In year 12, he'd have turned 14. That age is just after most young males hit puberty.

So, 2012 is 2000 years after Jesus either became an adolescent, or a man.

December 21, 2012 is 4 days before Christmas, our arbitrarily chosen date.

Fictional super heroes supposedly become really super when they hit puberty.

What if 2012 marks the 2000th anniversary of Jesus waking up to his capability of performing miracles?

Did that happen when he turned 14? 19?

Or was he aware all along?

Terminator Is A Retelling Of The Birth Of Christ

Monday, December 3rd, 2007

I've had this idea before, in lesser forms, and every time I come back to it there seems to be another piece of evidence supporting it. Maybe some of you've already thought of this or read about it somewhere else.

This is what I've realized so far:

In the story of Jesus, an angel comes down from Heaven to the Virgin Mary, and tells her she is blessed because she will give birth to our savior, Jesus Christ.

In "Terminator," Kyle Reese comes back from the future to Sarah Connor, and tells her she is destined to give birth to humankind's savior, John Connor.

John Connor = J. C. = Jesus Christ
Kyle Reese = The Angel
Sarah Connor = Mary

Heaven, like the future, cannot be easily reached. Visiting either place requires special circumstances. To get to Heaven, one must at the very least die. To get to the future, one must continue to live and allow around 40 years to pass (40 years from 1984, before Judgement Day was shifted around in the sequels).

Makes sense right? Well, here's what I don't get. If John Connor, Sarah Connor, and Kyle Reese each represent a character in the telling of the birth of Jesus, who is represented by… [voice of young John Connor] Miles Dyson!