Happy Pentacost – a Celebration of Higher Consciousness

Happy Pentacost – A celebration of Higher Consciousness



In the Bible Jesus is asked for a sign that Passover is taking place.

His answer is found in Luke 22:10

“A man will meet you bearing a pitcher of water. Follow him into the house where he enters.”

The house of the man bearing the pitcher of water is Aquarius.


Because of the discoveries made of an essence from another world in Orion  by science, it is now time to begin the watch and establish a scientifically based page to track developments and prepare for what the Bible calls face to face.

1 Corinthians 13:12, For now we see through a glass darkly but then face to face.


The news release is in the March 5 2000 edition of the New York Times.

Correspondent is George Johnson.

Located as NGC 1999, a nebula in the constellation Orion has revealed the existence of some kind of unworldly dark matter.

Dr. Lawrence Krauss chairman of the physics department at Case Western University in Cleveland said, “The actual universe is far more interesting then the universe of science fiction”.

According to the article the matter appears to be trapped in another dimension or stuck in a parallel universe in Orion.

If you would like to read this article in it’s entirety for yourself  a link is provided here. http://www.hiddenmeanings.com/mirror.html

In the New York Times article (March 5 2000 edition, correspondent is George Johnson) it says that scientists have named this other worldly energy quintessence because as they say “the heavens are more alien and wondrous then meets the earthly eye”.

the most typical representation of a quality, state, etc
an extract of a substance containing its principle in its most concentrated form
(in ancient and medieval philosophy) ether, the fifth and highest essence or element after earth, water, air, and fire, which was thought to be the constituent matter of the heavenly bodies and latent in all things
Word Origin
C15: via French from Medieval Latin quinta essentia the fifth essence, translation of Greek pemptē ousia
Collins English Dictionary – Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition

Word Origin and History for quintessence Expand
early 15c., in ancient and medieval philosophy, “pure essence, substance of which the heavenly bodies are composed,” literally “fifth essence,” from Middle French quinte essence (14c.), from Medieval Latin quinta essentia, from Latin quinta, fem. of quintus “fifth” (see quinque- ) + essentia (see Parousia ).

A loan-translation of Greek pempte ousia, the “ether” added by Aristotle to the four known elements (water, earth, fire, air) and said to permeate all things. Its extraction was one of the chief goals of alchemy. Sense of “purest essence” (of a situation, character, etc.) is first recorded 1580s.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

You will find an important derivative to the word Pentecost.

The arrival of the Holy Spirit or other worldly energy. Consider that this other worldly or alien energy first spotted in Orion has now been seen on the earth flowing in the winds.

Then consider that the scientists had termed this energy quintessence which is connected by dictionary definition to the word Pentecost.

Next consider that Pentecost is the descent to the earth of the Holy Spirit or other worldly energy.

Now consider how the Bible describes the descent of that other worldly energy.

Acts2:2 And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting.

Or as Bob Dylan sung, the answer my friend is blowing in the wind.

Pentecost (Ancient Greek: Πεντηκοστή [ἡμέρα], Pentēkostē [hēmera], “the fiftieth [day]”) is the Greek name for Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks, a prominent feast in the calendar of ancient Israel celebrating the giving of the Law on Sinai. This feast is still celebrated in Judaism as Shavuot. Later, in the Christian liturgical year, it became a feast commemorating the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ (120 in all), as described in the Acts of the Apostles 2:1–31.[1] For this reason, Pentecost is sometimes described by some Christians today as the “Birthday of the Church”.

In the Eastern church, Pentecost can also refer to the whole fifty (50) days between Easter and Pentecost, hence the book containing the liturgical texts for Paschaltide is called the Pentecostarion. The feast is also called White Sunday, or Whitsunday, especially in England, where the following Monday was traditionally a public holiday. Pentecost is celebrated fifty days (i.e. 49 days with the first day counted, seven weeks) after Easter Sunday, hence its name.[2] Pentecost falls on the tenth day after Ascension Thursday (which falls 40 days after Easter).