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Vesica Piscis

(The following is excerpted from Dr. Husfelt’s forthcoming book The Greatest Lie Ever Told - a Manifesto for a Religious Revolution and a New Consciousness)

Supposedly the fish symbol was the sign of the early Christians. But this symbol did not originate with Paul but from the sacred geometry of the Pythagoreans (Pagans). It is known as the vesica piscis. It is formed when two circles are brought together so that the circumference of one touches the center of the other. The shape that is produced is the vesica piscis and demonstrates the interpenetration of heaven and earth—spirit and matter—divine and human.

Because the original followers of Jesus’ teachings utilized a symbol that represented the interpenetration of heaven and earth, the Church Fathers needed the cross, not the fish, as their primary symbology to reinforce their lie that Jesus was the only God-man—the only divine human. People might question that the fish came from the Pagans (Pythagoreans) and represented the divine in all things. And this could undermine their great lie. But a ‘Saturn’ style cross representing the sole divinity and resurrection of Jesus and also the superiority of heaven over earth—male (lengthened vertical) over female (shorten horizontal), would support their cause. Thus, the fish took second billing to the cross.

Where does all of this lead us? What would reason, intuition and common sense reveal to us about the preceding knowledge? Why would the early Christians adopt a symbol of interpenetrating oneness if Jesus claimed and taught that he was the sole divine one? Could the reason be that the interpenetration of spirit and matter—human and divine—heaven and earth was the real message of Jesus?