Above image - the Reichstag fire - the Catholic Fire. And now the Kristallnacht of Nero.
CHRISTIANS, BEWARE OF YOUR THROAT - NOW HEATHENISM IS HAVING HIS REVENGE - FOR BEING CONSTRAINED TO HIDE HIMSELF UNDER "CHRISTIAN" DRESSES (CATHOLICISM) FOR 17 CENTURIES - JESUITS, POPES, CARDINALS, HEATHENS, SATAN: NEVER FORGIVE NEVER FORSAKE:
".....The following account was written by the Roman historian Tacitus in his book Annals published a few years after the event. Tacitus was a young boy living in Rome during the time of the persecutions.
"Therefore, to stop the rumor [that he had set Rome on fire], he [Emperor Nero] falsely charged with guilt, and punished with the most fearful tortures, the persons commonly called Christians, who were [generally] hated for their enormities. Christus, the founder of that name, was put to death as a criminal by Pontius Pilate, procurator of Judea, in the reign of Tiberius, but the pernicious superstition - repressed for a time, broke out yet again, not only through Judea, - where the mischief originated, but through the city of Rome also, whither all things horrible and disgraceful flow from all quarters, as to a common receptacle, and where they are encouraged. Accordingly first those were arrested who confessed they were Christians; next on their information, a vast multitude were convicted, not so much on the charge of burning the city, as of "hating the human race.".....".
".......Contemporary pagan and Christian sources preserve other accusations levelled against the Christians. These included charges of incest and cannibalism, probably resulting from garbled accounts of the rites which Christians celebrated in necessary secrecy, being the agape (the ‘love-feast’) and the Eucharist (partaking of the body and blood of Christ).
Pagans were probably most suspicious of the Christian refusal to sacrifice to the Roman gods. This was an insult to the gods and potentially endangered the empire which they deigned to protect. Furthermore, the Christian refusal to offer sacrifices to the emperor, a semi-divine monarch, had the whiff of both sacrilege and treason about it.
In the mid-second-century account of the martyrdom of Polycarp, officials begged Polycarp to say ‘Caesar is Lord’, and to offer incense, to save his life. He refused. Later, in the arena, he was asked by the governor to swear an oath by the ‘luck of Caesar’. He refused, and although he was apparently eager to meet his death, beast-fighting had been declared closed for the day and so he was burnt alive instead. ...".
Just only imagine if in 64 a.C. Nero would had at disposition internet, how his intelligence would have filled the web with apparently Christians slaughtering true heathens:
Above image - "ISIS militants behead abducted American journalist James Wright Foley in graphic video
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. A masked militant claims the murder is in retaliation for American airstrikes against the Islamic State militants in Iraq. Missing since Nov. 22, 2012, Foley appears to be forced to read an anti-American statement before he is beheaded in the gruesome five-minute clip. His family confirmed his death late Tuesday evening.".
Rome celebrates 2000th anniversary of the Emperor Augustus
Newly restored sites on public display for first time
18 August, 18:20
URL: http://www.ansamed.info/ansamed/en/news/sections/culture/2014/08/18/rome-celebrates-2000th-anniversary-of-the-emperor-augustus_c3f9be1b-729b-4b3b-a597-018f54da0d00.html(ANSAmed) - ROME - The Italian capital on Tuesday [= 19 August 2014] marks the 2,000th anniversary of the death of Augustus, who founded and ruled the ancient Roman empire for 41 years [the same number of years from 1773 to 1814] from 27 BC until his death in 14 AD. The city has scheduled a number of events to celebrate the great statesman, military commander, diplomat and reformer whose reign ushered in an era of relative peace known as the Pax Romana (The Roman Peace), during which the Roman world was largely free from large-scale conflict for more than two centuries. Among his many monuments in Rome is the Ara Pacis Augustae (Latin for Altar of Augustan Peace, commonly shortened to Ara Pacis), commissioned by the Roman Senate in 13 BC and dedicated to the Roman goddess of Peace in honor of Augustus' return to Rome after a three-year military campaign in Spain and France.© Copyright ANSA - All rights reserved
On Tuesday, the Ara Pacis, which is now housed under a glass structure designed by American architect Richard Meier, will remain open to the public until midnight. From 9pm until closing, its beautiful two-tiered friezes portraying Roman gods, goddesses and politicians will be lit up by a digitally projected light show. The Ara Pacis is connected to a museum of the same name, where a show called The Art of Command. The Heritage of Augustus is on view through September 7, its 12 sections illustrating how great leaders in history such as Charlemagne, Frederick II, Charles V or Napoleon reinterpreted Augustus' legacy, sometimes imitating him outright. Near the Ara Pacis is the Mausoleum of Augustus, which is perhaps the most famous of the great emperor's monuments.
Begun in 23 AD upon the emperor's return from a military campaign in Egypt, the mausoleum ended up housing many of Augustus' relatives. The monument is off limits pending restoration, however it will be open Tuesday morning from 9.30-11.30am for guided tours.
Next month on the Palatine Hill, where Augustus made his home and which became the seat of imperial power during his reign, the Palatine Museum will unveil a restored ground floor with a new annex, as well as an upper floor outfitted with new multimedia equipment and a movie on the life of Augustus and his reign.
In the House of Augustus, all of the rooms that have been excavated thus far will be on display to the public for the first time, as will recently restored elaborate frescoes on the walls of the triclinium, an underground dining area.
Also on the Palatine, the House of Livia, built for Augustus's beloved third wife and trusted adviser Livia Drusilla, has been restored and equipped with an elevator allowing access to the disabled.
Visits are by reservation and open to small groups only, to preserve the site. Reservations can be made beginning on August 25 for the opening date, September 18.(ANSAmed).
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12 Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time. [Revelation 12:12 kjv]
сряда, 20 август 2014 г.
Guilty by association - "Jihadi gentlemen"(pt 12)