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He didn't die for no one because his crucifixion wasn't literal the crucifixion was #Astronomical Astronomy meaning #WinterSolstice For instance, on December 21, the Winter Solstice, the sun reaches its lowest point in the sky and the day is shortest while night is longest. For the next three days, it would appear to not move at all before rising one degree higher in the sky on December 25. To the ancients, this motion symbolized the death and rebirth of the sun and it is why Christ and many other religious figures have their date of birth on December 25. The death and resurrection of the sun was not celebrated, however, until the Spring Equinox when the days began to become longer than the nights and light officially conquered the darkness. The feast of Easter derives from the Feast of Ostara, the goddess of dawn, who was symbolized by rabbits and eggs.
Throughout the calendar year, the sun would pass through the twelve constellations of the Zodiac. In Christianity, these are symbolized by the twelve apostles. Da Vinci’s Last Supper depicts not only the twelve signs, but also Christ centered on the cross as the sun. The number twelve appears throughout the bible for similar reasons, all being a reference to the zodiac. The twelve apostles, the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve prophets, the twelve kings, etc. The twelve gods of Olympus, the twelve titans, and the twelve labors of Hercules are examples of the same, as used in Greco-Roman mythologies.