Period of the United Christian Empire

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3rd/6 providential periods of the Period of the United Christian Empire on the 6th/8 levels; the [http://www.articles.wikisyphers.org/index.php?title=Mictlan%27s_Nine_Underworlds#3rd.2F9_Mictlan_Underworlds:_the_Mayan_7th.2F9_Planetary_Underworld worldwide or global level, context or scope of providential history in the Age of Substantial Time-identity.

United Christian Empire

120 year period of the 3rd/6 historical periods of Substantial Time-identity on the worldwide or global extent, scope or context of the providential Period of the United Christian Empire covering the period of time of AD 800 through AD 919.

The parallel 120-year period of the Christian empire, also called the Carolingian Empire (Karolingerreich), began with Charlemagne's enthronement as the emperor in AD 800, ending in AD 919 when his royal line ceased in the eastern half of the realm and Henry I was elected king of the German lands. Period of the United Christian Empire was the substantial parallel to the 120-year Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South with the purpose to restore that earlier period through parallel indemnity conditions.[1]

In the Period of the United Christian Empire, Charlemagne's empire realized the ideal of the Christian state as set down in The City of God by St. Augustine - who lived when the Christians had just been liberated from the oppression of the Roman Empire, a time parallel to that of Moses. Once again, this was the image course for building the Kingdom of God, which Christ, as the King of Kings, will one day return to establish. Accordingly, in the Period of the United Christian Empire, the emperor and the pope were to realize the ideal Christian state (Theocracy) by uniting wholeheartedly to follow the Will of God. The spiritual kingdom ruled by the pope, which had been founded upon the spiritual foundation for the Messiah, and the temporal kingdom ruled by the emperor should have united based on Christ's teachings.[2]

The prophets and the high priest laid the foundation upon which the king could stand, and anointed and blessed him as the king, they were to take the role of Cain before him. The king was to rule his kingdom according to the guidance of the prophets, and the prophets were to obey the king as his subjects and counselors.[2]

Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne and blessed him as the first emperor of Christendom in AD 800. Charlemagne stood upon the foundation of the 400-year Period of the United Christian Empire, which restored through indemnity, in the form of substantial parallels, the 400-year Period of Judges. Therefore, like King Saul, he stood upon the foundation of a dispensation of 40 for the separation of Satan. By faithfully living according to the teachings of Jesus in his work to realize the Christian ideal of the state (Theocracy), he was to establish the foundation of faith. Indeed, when Charlemagne was crowned emperor, he achieved this foundation.

The dynamic image (24-30 FPS) of the minor arcana [3](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) that is attributed to the Period of the United Christian Empire is King of Swords.

Kings of the Franks

Carolingian Dynasty

The Carolingians were initially mayors of the palace under the Merovingian kings, first in Austrasia and later in Neustria and Burgundy. In 687, Pippin of Heristal took the title Duke and Prince of the Franks (dux et princeps Francorum) after his conquest of Neustria in at the Battle of Tertry, which was cited by contemporary chroniclers as the beginning of Pippin's reign.

  • Pepin the Short (Pippin der Kürze) or the younger (Pippin der Jüngere) the younger son of the Frankish prince Charles Martel and the first of the Carolingians to become King, reigned during AD 752AD 768,
  • Carloman I (כערלו) the second surviving son of Pepin the Short and Bertrada of Laon and was a younger brother of Charlemagne, reigned during AD 768AD 771 (Burgundy, Alemannia, southern Austrasia),
  • Charles I (כערלה) Magnus, called Charlemagne (כערלות, KAROLUS IMPERATOR AUGUSTUS), the oldest son of Pepin the Short and Bertrada of Laon, reigned during AD 768AD 814 (at first only Neustria, Aquitaine, northern Austrasia), King of the Lombards AD 774, Emperor AD 800, the expanded Frankish state Charlemagne founded was called the Carolingian Empire,

Eastern Kingdom; East Francia (eventually Germany),

  • Louis II the German (Ludwig der Deutsche), son of Emperor Louis the Pious and grandson of Charlemagne, reigned during AD 843AD 876,
  • Carloman (Karlmann), son of Louis the German, King of Bavaria, reigned during AD 876AD 880, King of Italy AD 877,
  • Louis III the Younger (Ludwig der Jüngere), son of Louis the German, King of Saxony, Franconia, and Thuringia, reigned during AD 876AD 882,

Also See

References

1. Divine Principle (1996)

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Notes

  1. The One-Hundred and-Twenty-Year Period of the Christian Empire
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Period of the United Kingdom and the Period of the Christian Empire
  3. Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdue or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665

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