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  Biblical Magi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Three Wise Men are given the names Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar in this late 6th century mosaic from the Basilica of St Apollinarius in Ravenna, Italy.
In Christian tradition the Magi, also known as the Three Wise Men or Kings from the east, are magi who according to Matthew 2:1 came "from the east to Jerusalem", to worship the Infant Jesus, him "that is born King of the Jews".
The cavalcade of the three kings in Alcoi (a city located not in Catalonia but in Alicante, in the autonomous community of Valencia) claims to be the oldest in the world; the participants who portray the kings and pages walk through the crowd, giving presents to the children directly.
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 Three Wise Men   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In Christian mythology, the Three Wise Men''', also known as the '''Three MagusMagi''' (from the Greek text) or the '''Three Kings were the "wise men from the east" (KJV), who are mentioned solely in the ''Gospel of Matthew'' (2:1-12).
The cavalcade of the three kings in Alcoi (a city located not in Catalonia but in Alicante, in the autonomous communities of Spainautonomous community of Valencia (autonomous community)Valencia/) claims to be the oldest in the world; the participants who portray the kings and pages walk through the crowd, giving presents to the children directly.
THE wise old men of Australian basketball yesterday had simple advice for Andrew Bogut as he embarked on his NBA career: shoot from the hip, not from the lip.
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 Urban Legends Reference Pages: Holidays (Three Wise Men)
Bible says that three wise men travelled from afar on camels to visit the infant Jesus as he lay in the manger.
Nothing in the Bible says the wise men rode camels (or any other animal); they may have made their journey from the east on foot for all we know.
The wise men came "into the house," not the stable, and they saw a "young child," not a newborn.
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 Magi - 3 Kings - Wisemen - Were the Wise Men who Visited Jesus in Bethlehem Persian?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
When the three kings saw this miracle, they were taken aback and repented of their throwing away the stone; for they saw clearly that its significance was great and good.
In Persia there is a city which is called Saba, from whence were the three magi who came to adore Christ in Bethlehem; and the three are buried in that city in a fair sepulchre, and they are all three entire with their beards and hair.
After three days' journey you come to a castle which is called Palasata, which means the castle of the fire-worshippers, and it is true that the inhabitants of that castle worship fire, and this is given as the reason.
www.farsinet.com /wisemen/magi.html   (2533 words)

 The Three Wise Men - Topical directory of free Christian resources
There is no mention of the number of wise men, although it has been assumed that there were three based on the three gifts of gold frankincense and myrrh.
The Wise Men - A children's devotion on the wise men - available in english and vietnamese.
The Three Wise Men - Background study on the story of the Three Wise Men - for teens and adults.
kingskidstuff.home.att.net /wise_men.htm   (729 words)

 Re: Christmas words -- Three Wise Men
But these "wise men" were not magicians in the modern sense of sleight-of-hand performers.
The "wise men" who came seeking the Christ-child were not idolaters; they were upright men of integrity (Desire of Ages, pages 59,61).
Matthew doesn't say how many wise men came from the east, doesn't mention their names, and doesn't provide any details about how they made their journey.
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 The Three Wise Men   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The life stories and writings of these wise men defend the notion that no one religion or nation has a monopoly on the truth, and Maimonides himself wrote that we must “pursue the truth from whatever source it emanates.”
Furthermore, just as these three wise men were not afraid to challenge prevailing opinion within their own religious communities in the Middle Ages, so today we must also be willing to openly criticize our co-religionists when they engage in extremism and intolerance.
These three wise men, Ibn Rushd the Muslim, Moses Maimonides the Jew, and Thomas Aquinas the Christian, interpreted anew in our time, can illustrate that religion need not be a source of conflict between people and nations.
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 Three Wise Men
Men in great place are thrice servants: servants of the sovereign or state, servants of fame, and servants of business.
And yet men expect that women should put on altogether new characters when they are married, and girls think that they can do so.
It may almost be a question whether such wisdom as many of us have in our mature years has not come from the dying out of the power of temptation, rather than as the results of thought and resolution.
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of A Christmas Mystery: The Story of Three Wise Men, by William J. Locke
Three men who had gained great fame and honour throughout the world met unexpectedly in front of the bookstall at Paddington Station.
The three men were pitched and tossed and thrown sprawling over one another onto the bottom of the car.
The three wise men shivered with a queer exaltation.
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 WISEMEN 5'1m1f Three wise men bring gifts to the Christ child
WISE -- We are disciples of the prophet Belteshazzar.
WISE -- According to the writings of the prophets, this baby will be a priest forever on the order of Melchizedek.
WISE -- According to the teachings of the prophets, the annointed one must live to the age of priesthood before he sacrifices himself for the sins of the world.
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 Annie's Wisemen Page
But does it say there are 3 wise men.
No it actually doesn't say how many wise men there were.
In some places the 12th day is called the festival of the three kings because it is believed that the three wise men, or magi, visited the baby Jesus on that day, bringing him gifts.
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 Royalty.nu - Royal History - We Three Kings - The Three Wise Men or Magi
The Magi of the Nativity were probably important men in their own country and may well have been of noble or royal birth, but there is no evidence to back this up.
Tradition has it that in later years the Wise Men were baptized by St. Thomas the Apostle; all three became bishops and spent the rest of their lives spreading Christianity, and at the end of their lives they each saw the Star of Bethlehem again and were reunited.
The Magi: From Zoroaster to the Three Wise Men by Ken R. Vincent.
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 Three Kings Day
According to the story, the three Wise Men (called in that time "magicians", although they were actually astronomers) saw from the far east the birth of a star over the town of Bethlehem, and they discovered the meaning behind the star: a savior had been born.
The three wise men found the baby in a manger, adored by shapers, and they offered him three gifts: gold, which represented the spiritual wealth of the child; frankincense, which signifies the earth and the sky; and Myrrh, the oil which was used for medicinal as well as spiritual purposes
So the three wise men returned by way of a different path to their homeland.
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King Herod interviews the wise men, hoping to have them lead him to the newborn Jesus, whom he regards as a threat to his reign.
The Greek word for "wise men" is magoi which is derived from the Persian word for priest; the Avestan origin is obscure, perhaps coming from maga translated by Dr. Ali Jafarey as "magnanimity, generosity, or great fellowship".
There is no identification of the Wise Men as Persian in the Gospel, and their gifts are not Persian in origin: frankincense and myrrh come from Arabia or Yemen.
www.pyracantha.com /Z/3magi.html   (1515 words)

 Masonry and the Three Wise Men   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brethren, the Three Wise Men of the Christmas story have had an effect on all people -of all faiths —in all times.
By all accounts, we know that they were wise, that they had observed some phenomenon in the heavens, and had interpreted this as a heralding of a major event in the life of the Jews.
These three figures are a powerful part of the Christmas story and a part which relates to people of all faiths.
www.kirk-white.com /m-p-masons/1KirkWhite_WiseMen.htm   (1427 words)

 Revelation 33: The star of Bethlehem and the Three Wise Men. NTR:4
Herod took alarm and his queries as to the date of the so-called "Star of Bethlehem" were made in order to determine the ages of the Hebrew children of Bethlehem that he would have put to the sword to eliminate any chance of the appearance of this Messiah from the prophecies.
The three Wise Men were able to make their way to Bethlehem to pay their respects to me at my birth, but the appearance of them was due to an event that had taken place in the eastern heavens two years before.
Further information relating to the three wise men was received subsequently.
www.new-birth.net /ntr/revelation33.htm   (479 words)

 Christmas Symbols, Christmas Frankincense Symbol, Christmas Mirrh Symbol, Christmas Dreams Symbol, Christmas Snow ...
Next, three small stripes to symbolize pain inflicted upon Jesus before his death on the cross and a bold stripe to represent the blood he shed for mankind.
The story of the Wise Men who came from the east is told in the Gospel of St. Matthew (2:1-12).
Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, When Herod the king had heard these things, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.
www.rumela.com /events/christmas_symbol.htm   (2038 words)

 Three Wise Men biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In Christian mythology, the Three Wise Men, also known as the Three Magi (from the Greek text) or the Three Kings were the "wise men from the east" (KJV), who are mentioned solely in the Gospel of Matthew (2:1-12).
They arrived in Judea saying, "Where is he that is born King of the Jews?" When word reached Herod "he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him." Herod called the mages to an audience and inquired after the star they had followed from the east.
The cavalcade of the three kings in Alcoi claims to be the oldest in the world; the participants who portray the kings and pages walk through the crowd, giving presents to the children directly.
balthasar.biography.ms   (934 words)

 Term Paper on Three Wise Men: Luther, Voltai
Throughout history, there have been few men that have dedicated their lives to religious criticism and reformation; three such men are Martin Luther, Fran├žois Marie Arouet (also known as Voltaire), and Christopher Marlowe.
Each of these men is famous for their deeds, however, the route by which they accomplished their goals of religious criticism are all very different.
These men are three of the more important figures in religious criticism and reform.
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 praise.cafe: Three wise men.......   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
But I have to ask “would our Christian walk even pass muster compared with the actions of the “pagan” wise men?” Bible scholars generally agree that whether the wise men were numerologists, astrologers, or diviners that they were undoubtedly pagans.
These men (of wealth and power) lay themselves flat, face down in the dirt showing in a physical sense what their relationship was like.
Those wise men had the basics down They knew who He was, they came to him, they were excited by drawing close, they put down their pride, they worshipped and they brought Him the gifts that they had.
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 Bronx Banter: Three Wise Men   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The inability of some pitchers in the starting rotation to last three innings and the further inability of some relief pitchers to keep the team in the game was a big leak which was left unplugged all season long.
What is amazing is that the Yankees lost for the simple want of two or three reasonably good pitchers in the bullpen, the kind who would seem to be reasonably obtainable, and that the weakness went all season without being addressed.
Had these three players performed to expectations, I think it is quite possible that the Yankees would have been the franchise holding a parade last weekend.
www.all-baseball.com /bronxbanter/archives/016284.html   (5927 words)

 the three wise men   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Under the heading of "Wise men of the east" it reads: "Matthew 2:1-12 states that wise men (how many is not recorded), guided by a new star, came to Bethlehem to worship Jesus sometime after his birth.
Then Herod, when He saw that he was mocked of the wise men, was exceeding wroth, and sent forth, and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coasts thereof, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had diligently enquired of the wise men" (emphasis added).
Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.
www.bibleman.net /The_Masters_page.htm   (2431 words)

 Three wise men 'get it'? - The Washington Times: Editorials/OP-ED - December 30, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Three separate individuals in the news recently all point to the same conclusion: Democrats are beginning to talk more openly and are taking steps to reject a "one size fits all" ideological relativism and its cultural purveyors.
In this holiday season, let's call them the Three Wise Men, all on the same pilgrimage, with slightly different gifts, talents and missions, but trying to find the same political Promised Land.
The first Wise Man is Al From, CEO of the Democratic Leadership Council.
washingtontimes.com /op-ed/20041229-084814-7664r.htm   (786 words)

 Boston.com / News / Boston Globe / Opinion / Op-ed / A role for three 'wise men'
Leveraging the work of those who came before him, President Bush should appoint a "wise men" triad consisting of Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter to devote the next year to finding a lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Individually, these men have impressive credentials in their own right in the Middle East and the world at large.
A 12-month time frame should be established to add urgency and underscore the limited time commitment that three former presidents can devote to this.
www.boston.com /news/globe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2004/12/18/a_role_for_three_wise_men   (759 words)

 Tiger Tales #12 - Three Wise Men of Gotham
So one morning the three wise men met together outside the hut of Pericles, and they sat themselves down upon stools, facing each other, while a great crowd of people gathered around to hear the words of wisdom that dropped from their lips.
So the wise men all sat within the bowl, with their feet together, and the people pushed them out into the water.
The tide caught the bowl and floated it out to sea, and before long the wise men were beyond sight of land.
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