№ 63. The Roman Bastardization of Christianity

 

 

 

 

A Personal Note


 

Being a highly abstract thinker, I approach all subjects with an open mind. This is our very nature. So let me state plainly that I am a Christian, which is all the more reason I tried my very best to plumb the depths of “astrotheology.” In the end, I came to the realization that the Romans had very deliberately bastardized Christianity. Doing so was essentially an “If you can’t beat’em, join’em” strategy. Constantine the Great was not a Christian. As were many of the Roman elite, he was the progeny of Jove in his day. Christians suffer not unlike their ancient enemy the Jews. These people disdain religion. One of the main reasons they took control of the Christian church in Rome around 300 AD was to plant the Book of Revelation in the Bible. But that, as they say, is another story. You can read about it on page № 66. Book of Revelation.

 

 

 

 

 

The Roman Bastardization of Christianity


 

No greater fraud has ever been perpetrated on mankind than the Roman bastardization of Christianity which fuels astrotheology. May God help me write these pages and bring this subject to light before the end.

 

Matthew 13:24-30
Another parable put he forth unto them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field: but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way. But when the blade was sprung up, and brought forth fruit, then appeared the tares also. So the servants of the householder came and said unto him, Sir, didst not thou sow good seed in thy field? from whence then hath it tares? He said unto them, An enemy hath done this. The servants said unto him, Wilt thou then that we go and gather them up? But he said, Nay; lest while ye gather up the tares, ye root up also the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn.

 

The Bible is more earthly than most people imagine. Few people understand what Christ Jesus meant when he spoke these words. His enemy was the Roman elite. They were the progeny of Jove in their day and he knew it. They ruled other people for the same reason no one can grasp the destructiveness of the “directed energy” weapon used to “dustify” the Twin Towers on 9/11. From that day to this, the progeny of Jove are always technically far in advance of the people they rule. We live in the time of the harvest to which Christ Jesus referred when he spoke these words. The tares are the progeny of Jove and the fruit of their Great Deception. The reapers to whom he was referring may not be human. And the barn may not be terrestrial.

 

 

 

 

The Triumph of Titus by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Oil on canvas, 1885 (Credit Wikipedia)

The Flavian Dynasty


Planting the seeds of astrotheology (“If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em“)

Interestingly enough, the following excerpt is from a YouTube video entitled CAESAR’S MESSIAH: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus – OFFICIAL VERSION (20:32 to 21:31) from the CAESAR’S MESSIAH YouTube channel.

[Josephus] was employed to write the official history that we have. The other histories from this period have been destroyed ruthlessly by the Romans. Josephus tells us this in very chilling passages how the Romans exerted complete control of the literature of this period. There were alternative histories of the Jewish war written. Well the Romans rounded up the writers of those histories and executed them. They rounded up all the copies of those histories and destroyed them. That is to say, they ruthlessly wiped out any alternative history. So that the only history we have is written by Josephus. And let’s remember who Josephus was […chief propagandist of the Flavian Dynasty. He was very very successful. He moved back to Rome. He was given an apartment in the Emperor’s own townhouse. And he was appointed the chronicler of the Roman-Jewish war using Vespasian’s own diaries of the event.]

— Dr. Rodney Blackhirst, Lecturer in Religious Studies, La Trobe University [except the bracketed words from an unidentified speaker] (bold-red emphasis added)

 

Why would the ruling Roman elite give a damn what some historian writes in a book? Why? You need to stop and seriously contemplate this question.

 

 

I contend that the Flavian Dynasty was little more than a “mission” assigned to a family that was a part of the progeny of Jove. The headquarters for the progeny of Jove at the time was no longer Rome. The unexpected rise of Caeser changed everything. Since about 27 BC they were in the Americas, controlling the fate of the Western World from afar. This mission culminated in 324 AD when Constantine the Great became Emporer, who then took direct control of the church in Rome in order to plant the Book of Revelation.

 

The dynasty is also called Neo-Flavian because every Constantinian emperor bore the name Flavius, similarly to the rulers of the first Flavian dynasty in the 1st century.  –Wikipedia

 

My God the meaning of the Latin name Flavian is “yellow hair.” Do you think the progeny of Jove would use anything less meaningful given their tendency to sign their work? Speaking of blonds, see also page № 50. The Pythagoreans in Pre-Columbian America.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emporer Constantine the Great. All of the “Greats” throughout history were the progeny of Jove.

 

Constantine the Great Railroads Christianity


First let us look at just some of the overwhelming quantity of evidence that Emperor Constantine I was not a Christian and that he had some other purpose in declaring himself to be one.

 

The Deception of Constantine from the Reformed Malaya YouTube Channel

 

“In 313 AD, Emperor Constantine declared December 25th to be the birthday of Jesus. This enabled Emperor Constantine to merge the cult of Mithra with that of Christianity that was developing much. He declared himself a Christian but at the same time maintained his ties to the Mithra cult. He retained the title “Pontifus Maximus” the high priest. On his coins were inscribed: “Sol Invicto comiti” which means, committed to the invincible sun. This new blend of the two faiths, he officially proclaimed as Christianity.”

– The Birth of Jesus Christ by Dr. Daniel B. Wallace, professor of New Testament Studies

 

 

 

 

Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus (Tertullian) is one of the possible authors of the Book of Revelation, though I strongly believe it was the “Prophet” Montanus himself. Montana “caps” Colorado (as in the Phrygian cap) in honor of him. Or you can believe the popular version of reality. The choice is always yours.

The Book of Revelation was Planted in the New Testament


This was a critically important part of what I call the Roman bastardization of Christianity. I am confident that the primary purpose for publishing the Fifty Bibles of Constantine was specifically to solidify the inclusion of Revelation in the New Testament canon.

 

There are few pages the author regards as more important than this one. That the Roman bastardization of Christianity included the planting Revelation in the Bible is for him beyond question.

 

It is not out of pride I say this, but so that the reader may know I arrived at this conclusion on my own, that I tell you now the following text written by Manly P. Hall was found only recently, much to my delight, long after I developed the ideas in this section. It would be hard to describe how it felt when I first read these words on November 20, 2018. It was like fighting a bunch of bullies in elementary school when your big brother who is in high school shows up and chases them off.

 

…upon the weight of evidence furnished by its own contents the Book of Revelation may well be pronounced a pagan writing–one of the sacred books of the Eleusinian or Phrygian Mysteries. As a corollary, the real author of a work setting forth the profundities of Egyptian and Greek mysticism must have been an initiate himself and consequently obligated to write only in the symbolic language of the Mysteries.

—Manly P. Hall, “The Mystery of the Apocalypse,” The Secret Teachings of All Ages

 

If I were to brag, it would be to point out that I reached the conclusion on my own that this was a work of the Phrygians. To hear Manly P. Hall say the same thing, is music to my ears.

 

 

 

 

 

A marble statue of Jupiter from c. 100 AD. You should not be surprised that it has survived intact. Jove is the other name for Jupiter, as in the progeny of Jove.

Roman Ascendancy in the Book of Daniel


 

Before the Book of Revelation was the Book of Daniel. Both were planted in their respective canons by the progeny of Jove. Fail to appreciate the reality of this fact and you will be forever lost to the reality of the world in which you live.

 

A hidden theme in the Book of Daniel is Roman ascendancy over the Hellenistic world. The progeny of Jove have morphed from the ancient Greeks into the Roman Elite by the time this book is written.

 

Daniel 11:29-30
At the time appointed he shall return, and come toward the south; but it shall not be as the former, or as the latter. For the ships of Chittim shall come against him: therefore he shall be grieved, and return, and have indignation against the holy covenant: so shall he do; he shall even return, and have intelligence with them that forsake the holy covenant.

 

The “ships of Chittim” is a veiled reference to Popillius Laenas’ fleet. Anybody who thinks this is prophesy is nuts. This history of the Secludian Empire is being written after the fact. The story is interesting because I am quite sure it provides an etymology for the expression “to draw a line in the sand.” Here is the complete Gaius Popillius Laenas page in Wikipedia.

 

Gaius Popillius Laenas

Gaius Popillius Laenas (the alternative spellings Popilius and Laena are fairly common) twice served as one of the two consuls of the Roman Republic, in 172 and 158 BC. His name indicates he was of the gens Popilia; the Latin plural of Laenas is Laenates.

He was sent as an envoy to prevent a war between Antiochus IV Epiphanes of the Seleucid Empire and Ptolemaic Egypt. On being confronted with the Roman demands that he abort his attack on Alexandria, Antiochus played for time; Popillius Laenas is supposed to have drawn a circle around the king in the sand with his cane, and ordered him not to move out of it until a firm answer had been given. The Syrians withdrew. According to Livy,

After receiving the submission of the inhabitants of Memphis and of the rest of the Egyptian people, some submitting voluntarily, others under threats, [Antiochus] marched by easy stages towards Alexandria. After crossing the river at Eleusis, about four miles from Alexandria, he was met by the Roman commissioners, to whom he gave a friendly greeting and held out his hand to Popilius. Popilius, however, placed in his hand the tablets on which was written the decree of the senate and told him first of all to read it. After reading it through, he said he would call his friends into council and consider what he ought to do. Popilius, stern and imperious as ever, drew a circle round the king with the stick he was carrying and said, “Before you step out of that circle give me a reply to lay before the senate.” For a few moments he hesitated, astounded at such a peremptory order, and at last replied, “I will do what the senate thinks right.” Not till then did Popilius extend his hand to the king as to a friend and ally. Antiochus evacuated Egypt at the appointed date, and the commissioners exerted their authority to establish a lasting concord between the brothers, as they had as yet hardly made peace with each other. Ab Urbe Condita, xlv.12.

Polybius, the Greek historian of the Hellenistic Period, added more nuanced detail in his major work, The Histories, which covered the period of 264–146 BC in detail:

At the time when Antiochus approached Ptolemy and meant to occupy Pelusium, Caius Popilius Laenas, the Roman commander, on Antiochus greeting him from a distance and then holding out his hand, handed to the king, as he had it by him, the copy of the senatus-consultum, and told him to read it first, not thinking it proper, as it seems to me, to make the conventional sign of friendship before he knew if the intentions of him who was greeting him were friendly or hostile. But when the king, after reading it, said he would like to communicate with his friends about this intelligence, Popilius acted in a manner which was thought to be offensive and exceedingly arrogant. He was carrying a stick cut from a vine, and with this he drew a circle round Antiochus and told him he must remain inside this circle until he gave his decision about the contents of the letter. The king was astonished at this authoritative proceeding, but, after a few moments’ hesitation, said he would do all that the Romans demanded. Upon this Popilius and his suite all grasped him by the hand and greeted him warmly. The letter ordered him to put an end at once to the war with Ptolemy. So, as a fixed number of days were allowed to him, he led his army back to Syria, deeply hurt and complaining indeed, but yielding to circumstances for the present. Popilius after arranging matters in Alexandria and exhorting the two kings there to act in common, ordering them also to send Polyaratus to Rome, sailed for Cyprus, wishing to lose no time in expelling the Syrian troops that were in the island. When they arrived, finding that Ptolemy’s generals had been defeated and that the affairs of Cyprus were generally in a topsy-turvy state, they soon made the Syrian army retire from the country, and waited until the troops took ship for Syria. In this way the Romans saved the kingdom of Ptolemy, which had almost been crushed out of existence: Fortune having so directed the matter of Perseus and Macedonia that when the position of Alexandria and the whole of Egypt was almost desperate, all was again set right simply owing to the fact that the fate of Perseus had been decided. For had this not been so, and had not Antiochus been certain of it, he would never, I think, have obeyed the Roman behests. Polybius, The Histories, Fragments of Book XXIX, published in Vol. VI of the Loeb Classical Library edition, 1922-1927

 

This theme of Roman ascendancy was captured in the chapter and verse numbering of the books of Daniel and Revelation. There are 357 verses in the Book of Daniel and 404 in the Book of Revelation. The difference is 404 – 357 = 47, which is the number for Mars, the Roman god of war.

 

The 47-year cycle of Mars: after 47 years – 22 synodic periods of 780 days each – Mars returns to the same position among the stars and is in the same relationship to the Earth and Sun. The ancient Mesopotamians discovered this cycle. — Wikipedia

 

The more I study the progeny of Jove the less patience I have for people who think things like this are “confirmation bias.” This practice is deeply rooted in the mindset of the progeny of Jove and continues to the very day.

 

The nuclear weapons tests of the United States were performed between 1945 and 1992 as part of the nuclear arms race. The United States conducted around 1,054 nuclear tests by official count, including 216 atmospheric, underwater, and space tests. — Wikipedia

 

1992 – 1945 = 47 years. Both of these quotes are from the 216 Above Ground Nuclear Tests starting 216 years after 1776 section of the № 73. Sacred Number 216 page. If you have doubts, you should also read page № 60. Chapter and Verse Numbering in the Bible. That section is an invaluable lesson on how far the progeny of Jove are willing to go in order to sign their work with numbers.

While on the subject of chapter and verse numbering, I feel compelled to say something about the former also. I have always wondered why there are 22 chapters in the Book of Revelation. Until I find a more compelling reason, I would not that the difference between 12 and 22 chapters could have been intended as the sequencing of the two books. Ignoring the two, Daniel is one and Revelation is two. It’s not a compelling argument but is noteworthy. Frankly, I expect to eventually find a more compelling reason for the number of chapters in Revelation.

 

 

 

Research Notes