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Roman Catholic Legacy - King of Edessa Was Taken Down from the Cross in AD 73

Posted on the 11 October 2013 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN
Roman Catholic Legacy - King of Edessa was taken down from the cross in AD 73this is a dogma piece, inspired by two recent posts on the subject of the historical persona Jesus Christ:
King of Edessa by Ralph Ellis
Covert Messiah by Joseph Atwill
and I'm thinking, "What would happen IF THIS WILD ACCUSATION WERE TRUE?"
We all know the Roman Empire had a penchant for subduing their enemies with stealth and business deals. The Roman Empire (certainly in Britain before the invasion) acted like business partners to the British tribal leaders, trading with them and encouraging them to adopt Roman ways.
Roman Catholic Legacy - King of Edessa was taken down from the cross in AD 73Let's examine the AE or Amalgamated Evidence of the combined theories...
* The Jews are winning the War against Rome AD 73
* The Roman elite Flavian family used c-overt propaganda
* The Spaniards brought Christianity to the Americas in 1492
What? How did we jump from first century Rome to 15th century Spain? And what does this have to do with Ridley Scott's GLADIATOR i.e. The Spaniard played by Russell Crowe?
Well, the Queen Isabella of Spain sponsored AN ITALIAN Christopher Columbus to go tame (or bring under the Catholic wing) the Americas.
Under the auspices of the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, he completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean that led to general European awareness of the American continents. Those voyages, and his efforts to establish permanent settlements on the island of Hispaniola, initiated the Spanish colonization of the New World. [source WIKI]

And, as you'll see from the first of two images The Roman Empire surely had very successful land campaigns but also concentrated their efforts conquering the MEDITERRANEAN AREA via the sea. And the invasion of the Americas (by the Catholic Army of the Spanish Monarchs) was also accomplished by sea.
About half of the financing was to come from private Italian investors, whom Columbus had already lined up. Financially broke after the Granada campaign, the monarchs left it to the royal treasurer to shift funds among various royal accounts on behalf of the enterprise. Columbus was to be made "Admiral of the Seas" and would receive a portion of all profits. [source WIKI]

Wait a minute, if we can prove that Columbus's 'private financiers' were (somehow) THE VATICAN? Wouldn't that show that the families who came up with the Catholic Psy-op also came up with the invasion of the Americas and the later American Civil War that led the world to where it is today?
The population figure for Indigenous peoples in the Americas before the 1492 voyage of Christopher Columbus has proven difficult to establish. Scholars rely on archaeological data and written records from settlers from the Old World. Most scholars writing at the end of the 19th century estimated the pre-Columbian population at about 10 million; by the end of the 20th century the scholarly consensus had shifted to about 50 million, with some arguing for 100 million or more. [source WIKI]

Wait a minute, that's a MASSACRE comparable to the routing of - in the 'name of the lord' and by that we mean Titus Flavius.
Oh, oh, and you'll like this as it's just appeared on the Catholic Sun website less than eight hours ago today - Pope thanks Knights of Columbus for prayers, solidarity.  Which leads us smoothly into the Holy Roman Empire - erm, Germans. Or at least Germany-resident...
Roman Catholic Legacy - King of Edessa was taken down from the cross in AD 73The House of Habsburg (/ˈhæbs.bɜrɡ/; German pronunciation: [ˈhaːps.bʊʁk]), also spelled Hapsburg,[1] was one of the most important royal houses of Europe. The throne of the Holy Roman Empire was continuously occupied by the Habsburgs between 1438 and 1740. The house also produced kings of Bohemia, England, Germany, Hungary, Croatia, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, as well as rulers of several Dutch and Italian countries. [source WIKI]

The Holy Roman Empire was a multi-ethnic and complex union of territories in Central Europe existing from 962 to 1806. It was ruled by an elected emperor --the "electors" were powerful princes. How much power the Emperor had versus the princes, bishops and the pope was a highly controversial issue. Century by century the Emperor lost power until Napoleon abolished the empire as a useless anachronism. [source WIKI]

But (seriously) did the Roman Empire ever really end? I mean, we all know that the 'best of the Nazis were moved to America' and 'those Nazis who could escaped to South America - oh, the irony.  Let's not forget that Joseph Atwill contends that in AD 72 The Flavians Emperors (alongside their historian Josephus Flavius) invented both Christianity AND Judaism. You remember? Hanged for a bag of silver? Still with me?
I'd say the Virus of Catholicism suggests that the Old Roman Emperor Families are still at the helm of what we today call Commercialism or GCWG aka the Global Corporate War Game.
WAR WORLD is still (well and truly) ON. And it's all a fucking game to these psychopathic profit-mongers.

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