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According to the mythoi of the New Testament and Christianity’s traditional mythological histories and story-lines, Christ was born on December 25th 7BC and John the Baptist was born six months earlier on June 24th 7BC. Those that are attentive as to what the scriptural texts are conveying will backtrack, calendar-wise, to both of their conception dates October 1st 8BC (John the Baptist) and April 1st 7BC (Jesus Christ) and forward to their circumcision dates July 1st 7BC (John the Baptist) and January 1st 6BC (Jesus Christ). Such a contemplative meditational analysis will reveal numerous nuances concerning Jesus Christ’s and John the Baptism’s mythoi that would not have been so readily available to consciousness if this kind of contemplative active meditational thought was not put into play.
Then the initiate will have to go further into his or her contemplative meditational analysis by questioning why John the Baptist was conceived and birthed at all if Jesus Christ was the main focus of the New Testament mythoi.
This paper is a sequel to a previous paper: THE BIRTH OF CHRIST and it will augment it by answering those contemplative meditational questions. Something psychically significant had to take place prior to the conception of John the Baptist in order to instigate the Dawn of Christianity.