The Epistle of Saint Helena

 The Epistle of Saint Helena: A Guide To Understanding Why The World Will End In 2022, Or Maybe Not

 “It’s almost as if science said, ‘Give me one free miracle, and from there the entire thing will proceed with a seamless, causal explanation’.  This one free miracle was the sudden appearance of all the matter and energy in the universe, with all the laws that govern it.”

Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D.—biologist and author of more than 85 scientific papers and 8 books, the co-author of 6 books, and ranked among the top 7.5% of researchers in world

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My Dearest Friends:

Buried deep within the vast archive of documents, books and letters watched over by The Sisters of Sorcha Faal, is a never before published epistle (a literary work in the form of a letter or series of letters) compiled in 1923 by a young 17-year-old Irish girl named Kathleen Helen MacCarthy-Morrogh—who during her novitiate was drawn to the life, history and writings of Saint Helena (250-330 A.D.)—the mother of Constantine the Great (272-337 A.D.), whom he appointed as Augusta Imperatrix, and gave unlimited access to the imperial treasury in order for her to locate the relics of Judeo-Christian tradition.

Kathleen Helen titled her compiled documents “The Epistle of Saint Helena”, but shortly thereafter ended her period of training with The Sisters of Sorcha Faal to follow another calling she felt drawn to—but, in early June-1942, requested, and received permission from the Sisters to obtain and bring to London her epistle—thus changing not only the course of World War II, but all humanity.

Today we remember Kathleen Helen by the married name she used, Kay Summersby—who, in early June-1942, showed “The Epistle of Saint Helena” to a little known US Army Brigadier Generalnamed Dwight D Eisenhower, who had never been in combat or served in war, and was in London as part of an American military delegation assessing their country’s war plans against Nazi Germany—but within barely 18 months of Eisenhower reading this epistle, saw this little known and relatively inexperienced general being placed in command of all Allied forces in Europe—and one of whose most inexplicable orders during the war was his forbidding the destruction of the Cologne Cathedral—that, indeed, survived the war (though the entire German city of Cologne around it was flattened)—and who, also, kept Kathleen Helen at his side day and night until the war ended.

The Cologne Cathedral stands tall amidst the ruins of the city after Allied bombings, 1944.

From his reading, and fully understanding “The Epistle of Saint Helena”, General Eisenhower quickly became aware that the Cologne Cathedral held the greatest secret of Christendom—and was so feared and powerful, even the Nazi Germans dared not even enter its doors as it had protected, since the 3rd Century, the “Shrine of the Three Kings”—a reliquary traditionally believed to contain the bones of the Biblical Magi (also known as the Three Kings or the Three Wise Men)—and whose 3 contained human skulls were acquired by Saint Helena.

In partly revealing what Kathleen Helen compiled in her 1923 work “The Epistle of Saint Helena”, it’s to be noted that only four books of the Christian New Testament Bible mention the birth of JesusMatthewMarkLuke and John—collectively known as the Four Gospels—and whose oldest of is the Book of Matthew that Oxford University fragments of strongly suggests was written during the lifetime of those who knew, saw and followed Jesus.

The importance of the Book of Matthew is that it is the only one to mention the Biblical Magi—as it’s written in Chapter 2—Verses 1-12:

Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem,

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.

When Herod the king had heard these things, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.

And when he had gathered all the chief priests and scribes of the people together, he demanded of them where Christ should be born.

And they said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judaea: for thus it is written by the prophet,

And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda, art not the least among the princes of Juda: for out of thee shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel.

Then Herod, when he had privily called the wise men, enquired of them diligently what time the star appeared.

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.

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.

When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy.

And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense and myrrh.

And being warned of God in a dream that they should not return to Herod, they departed into their own country another way.

In Kathleen Helen writing her namesake “The Epistle of Saint Helena”, she describes and documents how these 12 Verses in Chapter 2 of the Book of Matthew contain the greatest secret ever placed in plain sight—with her first explaining that the words “wise men from the east” are derived from the single Greek word “μάγοι”—that itself is a translation of the Persian word “magi”—whose earliest known use is in the trilingual inscription written by Darius the Great, known as the Behistun Inscription—and whose number of whom that actually traveled to meet the baby Jesus in Bethlehem was never even mentioned in Matthew.

Once understanding the importance of the Book of Matthew using the word “magi” to describe those who traveled to meet JesusKathleen Helen then documents how they could have only come from the Parthian Empire—a major power in that time occupying the lands of present day Iran and portions of Iraq that lie to the west of Jerusalem—whose peoples were alone among others of their time because they wore trousers to cover their legs—and as the magi who met Jesus have been depicted as wearing for centuries in ancient Christian art depictions.

Parthian Empire depiction of magi wearing trousers from palace complex of Persepolis (Iran) at time of Jesus birth

3rd Century AD sarcophagus in Rome depicts two, not three, “Wise Men from East” meeting Jesus wearing trousers

6th Century AD Byzantine mosaic depiction of “Wise Men from East” wearing trousers at Basilica of Sant’ Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna, Italy

Kathleen Helen then documents that the only way we can understand today why these magi would undertake such a perilous journey from the Parthian Empire to Judea is to know what Dionysius Exiguus did wrong—who was the 6th Century Scythian monk tasked to create our present day calendar, and best known as the inventor of the Anno Domini (AD) era—that divides the eras of Before Christ (BC) and After Christ (AD)—but who in calculating the reign of Augustus Ceasar (the Roman leader when Jesus was born), forgot that Augustus’ first 5 years of rule was under his name Octavian—and who, also, completely forgot to add the “year zero”—as when the 20th Century changed to the 21st Century, it went from 1999—to 2000—than to 2001—but, by Dionysius forgetting to add it, saw 1 AD following 1 BC.

In Kathleen Helen recalculating the errors Dionysius made, it pushed back the year of the birth of Jesus from 1 AD to 6 BC—where a once in all human history astronomical event was occurring that the magi would, beyond all doubt, both see and know the significance of—and was the planet Jupiter transversing the constellation of Aries the Ram—and with Jupiter being known to the ancients as the “Home of God”, and Aries being the constellation of Judea (where Jerusalem and Bethlehem are located) , signaled to everyone in the world that a “New King” was about to be born in that land.

Leaving the Parthian Empire around 17 April 6 BC (the true date of the birth of Jesus) when this historic “star” of Jupiter  first appeared, it would have led the magi straight to Jerusalem—whose 8 month journey would have seen them arrive in Judea in December 6 BC—but in not knowing where in Judea the “New King” was born, saw them inquiring of King Herod where He could be found—but Herod was only being able to tell them what the ancient prophecies said about a Messiah that would be born in Bethlehem—with the Book of Matthew than describing “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”—that exactly describes the motions of Jupiter through the night skies as seen over Bethlehem on 19 December 6 BC when it “went before them” and the “stood over” where Jesus was—and today we know as Jupiter going retrograde—that makes it appear to move, then stop completely before reversing its celestial orbit—and when the magi left Jerusalem traveling towards Bethlehem, would have seen them standing on a hill over looking the village where Jesus was born, and Jupiter blazing in the night sky as the brightest star right above it appearing to be motionless.

Roman coin documents the historic “star” rising over the Judea constellation Aries the Ram in 6 BC at time of birth of Jesus

Once Kathleen Helen documented the exact year the magi met with Jesus, she than revealed the significance of the gifts they brought to this “New King”—gold, so his parents Joseph and Mary could escape with him to protect his life from King Herod—and, most importantly to the entire future of mankind, and valued even more than gold, the aromatic resins frankincense and myrrh—that when combined and burned as incense, the ancient Christian peoples knew was the essential means of their communicating with God—as He would no longer accept the smoke from animal sacrifices the ancient Israelites had been taught to perform to earn His favor.

On this incredible journey through history Kathleen Helen began leading us on in 1923, and whose knowledge of General Eisenhower used to vanquish the Nazi Germans in World War II—“The Epistle of Saint Helena” lays bare all of the lies you’ve been told about our world and its history—most importantly because it explains exactly what the Old Testament Book of PsalmsChapter 147-Verse 4meant when it said “He counts the number of the stars; He calls them all by name.”—and the Old Testament Book of GenesisChapter 15-Verse 5 saying: “He took him outside and said, “Look up at the sky and count the stars—if indeed you can count them.”  Then he said to him, “So shall your offspring be.”

Ancient words, Kathleen Helen wrote, whose true and exact meaning shows why all human beings are, indeed, made of “star dust”—and as the ageless wisdom teachings tell us, stars are indeed alive, conscious, intelligent beings at a level of development and responsibility we can hardly imagine, as are also planets and particles intelligent beings with their own forms of conscious life—but whom an uncountable and unknowable number of rebelled against God and caused the words to be written in the Old Testament Book of KingsChapter 23-Verse 5,  “He did away with the idolatrous priests appointed by the kings of Judah to burn incense on the high places of the towns of Judah and on those around Jerusalem—those who burned incense to Baal, to the sun and moon, to the constellations and to all the starry hosts.”

Not forgetting the promise He made in the Old Testament Book of Genesis: Chapter 1-Verse 14 for “the lights in the firmament of the heaven” to “be for signs” for all humanity, the most powerful part of “The Epistle of Saint Helena” documents how the greatest secret ever recorded in human history was concealed in the Shrine of the Three Kings at the Cologne Cathedral—where were stored the magiinstructions given to the “New King Jesus” showing everyone how to directly, and instantaneously, communicate with God in the Swan Constellation Cygnus—whose cosmic rays from one of its galactic binary systems produced relativistic jets that were responsible for a rapid acceleration in animal and human evolution around 40,000 years ago—and another one is set to explode in 2022 that will bathe our world in red light from the heavensOR MAYBE NOT—but in any event, shows clearly to all who are able to see and understand, why the Swan Constellation Cygnus, as it travels in the heavens watching over us all, has as its most prominent feature The Northern Cross—the most powerful celestial symbol ever given to our world.

Today we live in a world where the true knowledge of stars has been divided between astronomy (the branch of science that deals with celestial objects, space, and the physical universe as a whole) and astrology (the study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies interpreted as having an influence on human affairs and the natural world)—neither one of which were known about by the magi, or indeed any of the ancient peoples—with astronomy being the most absurd for anyone to believe in because it’s based on the concept of: “First there was nothing, than it exploded”.

As best stated about astronomy by the preeminent British scientist Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D., “It’s almost as if science said, ‘Give me one free miracle, and from there the entire thing will proceed with a seamless, causal explanation’.  This one free miracle was the sudden appearance of all the matter and energy in the universe, with all the laws that govern it”—thus exposing this “science” as nothing more than a religion that has absolutely no proof to back up its claims—the most important of them being how to explain how stars were formed when they needed other stars to make them in the first place.

With there being roughly a septillion stars in the observable universe (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars—or 3 million stars being created every minute for ten billion years as the Big Bang Theory claims)—there are only about 5,000 stars visible to the naked, average, human eye, and, because the Earth itself gets in the way, you can only see about a half of those from where you stand—which begs the question as to how the ancient peoples, like the magi, knew so much about them in the first place—and why God placed such importance on them in the Bible.

In December-2005, though, and as I previously mentioned, an American scientific think tank called the Meinel Institute of Las Vegas, founded by former consultants to the NASA-linked Jet Propulsion Laboratory, came forward and announced that they believed that cosmic rays from a galactic binary system producing relativistic jets was responsible for a rapid acceleration in animal and human evolution around 40,000 years ago—an event that coincides with ancient peoples the world over creating a myths depicting newborn babies with a rather incongruous creature: a long-legged, sharp-beaked bird—in the West characterized as being a stork, and in the East its being a crane—but in whose most ancient writings is depicted as being the Swan from the Constellation Cygnus.

Now as much as I would like to reveal and explain to you everything that Kathleen Helen documented in “The Epistle of Saint Helena”, this is an impossible to do task in one letter as over 1,000 pages of ancient Biblical writings (most needing to be translated) and celestial calculations (all having to be updated with new scientific confirmations and discoveries not available a century ago) will require an effort that will span nearly an entire year—and that I’m asking all of you to aid me in doing.

With your generous gift today befitting the Christmastime Season of our Lord’s birth, you will ensure the passing on of this ancient knowledge to not just yourselves, but to others in future times, too—and whose practical knowledge of will enable you to understand exactly what “wine” is, how it’s really supposed to be made, and how Jesus made it from plain water—along with your being able to know how real and powerful “prayer” is, along with your understanding how it’s being done wrong!

And lastly my Dearest Friends, as the Book of ProverbsChapter 18Verse 16 so instructs that “a gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great”, your aiding us today in being able to reveal in its entirety “The Epistle of Saint Helena” over this coming year will, likewise, show you a path to God being kept hidden from you, but which He wants you to find.

With God,

Sister Ciara

Dublin, Ireland

27 December 2018


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