(1) Emperors were NOT made of
common persons. They were in fact all of royal families
regardless of what "history" tries or attempts to make the
reader believe. This is because of the 'controlled' environment
that existed at the time, which is also listed and explained.
(2) As such, there were no "dynasties" as we have been
led to think of them. All Roman rulers were inter-related. There
were 'branches' of the same family that switched off or took
turns ruling so that it appeared that anyone could become
emperor, etc. In other words, a deliberate 'facade' was created
and maintained for specific purposes.
(3) All religious leaders were closely related to royalty
and of royal houses, such as Popes, 'saints' and
as well as 'historians'. No one was allowed to write for the
public except royals and their close relatives. This was because
it was a dangerous thing for royalty to allow freedom of speech
to the common people. If the common person was allowed to speak
freely to the masses and they somehow found out or deduced the
situation, that would threaten the whole system that was in
place and that had been in place for thousands of years.
(4) They all (rulers, writers, etc.) made use of alias
names in order to hide their true identities and to be able to
give all of the information about themselves and their families,
ancestors, etc. that they wanted to and still not let the cat
out of the bag. They made it so that we would have to deduce the
truth from what they left. They made us (they thought) dependent
upon THEM and what they wrote in order to find out and 'confirm'
the truth to the degree that THEY allowed us to. This, is what
they refer to as the 'Grace' of god. (sic) However, they could
not know that we would later have other means in which to make
determinations regarding this - and we will discuss that later.
(5) They made use of a wide variety of methods and means
in which to control and manipulate the masses. Persons usually
refer to this subject as the 'Pisonian Conspiracy', which is NOT
a title that we gave this - but rather what the ancient
'historian' Tacitus called it. The Pisos happened to be behind
the composition of the New Testament, but the Pisos were not
alone in this. In reality, this was simply an effort on the part
of all royals who wanted to preserve and continue the practice
of slavery. At the time, there were several royal houses at odds
with each other over this issue and a long all-out war resulted.
The New Testament was simply a 'solution' for the royals who
wanted to retain the practice of slavery as well as to increase
their power and control over the masses via ideologies given out
in the New Testament in rhetorical form. They made full use of
all that they had put into the New Testament.
(6) They kept their own private records or archives as to
the truth behind all of the works that each particular family
branch had written for public consumption. They refer to them in
a number of ways, and it becomes evident that later writers made
use of records from within their own family archives to create
their later works from.
(7) They (the persons who wrote the New Testament, etc.)
were able to do these things because of the pre-existing
mechanism or system of control over the masses which we call
"the closed environment", but which is also known as a
"controlled" environment. Which simply stated means that
royals could write works for public consumption - and even then
only with permission and approval of a royal counsel. There were
NO common persons with the ability to communicate with the
masses at large. No freedom of speech. Everything that was
written of for the masses were carefully conceived, created,
approved of by royalty and had motives behind them for being
(8) The main reasons for the New Testament being written
a) as a means by which to
preserve and continue the practice of slavery and
b) to disseminate
rhetorical ideologies to the masses that would make them
more easy to control and manipulate. And,
c) to be a 'universal' or
'catholic' religion so as to extend their power and control
over the masses to other conquered countries and to more
easily conquer other countries.
They aimed at conquering India for
example, which they never really did despite their efforts to do
so. They were ALWAYS aiming at extending Roman boundaries.
(9) There was a long all-out war going on between royal
houses over the issue of slavery before and as the New Testament
was being written. At several points the Romans could very well
have LOST the war* and they (the Romans and their allies) were
in desperate need for more and better means with which to
a) put down revolt of the
slaves themselves and make them complacent and as 'content'
as possible in their situation - even going as far as to
offer them (in the NT) life after death and a 'reward' in
b) They needed to make
their own military stronger, loyal, and braver, as well as
filled with HATE for the enemy; "the Jews."
c) They needed to offer
the same 'life after death' to their own soldiers so that
they would not be afraid to die in battle. And,
d) they needed a means by
which to console the widows and other relatives of soldiers
who would fall or die in battle (as well as 'hope' for the
crippled, etc.). All of this was done via the
rhetoric and ideology that they placed into the New Testament.
e) they could NEVER let the masses know that they, the
ROMAN royalty manufactured this great lie - so they HAD to
appear to be either indifferent and/or non-approving of it (the
Christian religion and Christians).
The only way that you would
ever know that it was them was in knowing all of the facts that
they had hidden - because those facts reveal their motives, and
that is when the truth is finally discovered.
An example that
stands out is Pliny the Younger's epistles to the emperor Trajan
regarding his 'questions' as to what to do about or with those
claiming to be 'Christians'. This is magnificent rhetoric. He
a) advertising the religion,
b) making Christians
appear to be 'martyrs', and
c) effectively hiding the
fact that they (the Romans) actually 'created' the religion!
(10) The 'historians'
These are the persons who wrote the
works that we depend upon to tell us what happened. Yet, we have
discovered that they,
a) were NOT who they led us to believe they
b) they deliberately mislead us and lied to us in
order to hide the truth.
Only the royals and their close
relatives were allowed to write public works, and THEY are the
ONLY ones that are referred to in 'history' when they spoke of
peoples or sects. The common person was not worthy of mention in
history except in general groups such as 'legions' or such and
then nearly always, if not always, in order to 'glorify' or
otherwise refer to the leaders of those legions, etc.
(11) One of the most important things to know in order
for a person to work their way through the maze or 'puzzle' of
ancient history in New Testament times is to know just who the
'Jews' were at any given time and place. This means knowing all
about each of the sects in the most specific detail and to do
this one must do a lot of reading and deducing. However, once
this IS known, one is then able to discover so much more than
before. The 'historians' played the 'shell game' when it came to
the 'Jews'. They often refer to them in general terms and hardly
ever make distinctions about just WHICH sect of the Jews they
are speaking of at any given time. This means that one must use
all available facts in order to deduce that and make the
distinctions for themselves. We explain in our findings just who
the 'Jews' were at any given time and place. And this will
definitely help future researchers.
(12) *Yes, as mentioned, the Romans came close several
times to losing the war. There were several very important
factors that could have well meant that the outcome may have
been different. One of those things was that Nero had executed
Gaius Piso and others who were allied to their cause. Before
Nero, Claudius had also executed a number of the Pisos and their
allies. But Arrius Piso and others of the Piso family were left
along with many of their allies. Then, as a Roman general Arrius
Piso was very nearly captured and/or killed many times when he
came to the Temple and various meetings with the Pharisees for
the purpose of trying to persuade them to go along with him and
his allies to change over to his new religion. He could have
been easily killed then and that would have probably been the
end of that part of the war and much of the later escalation of
the war may not have ever happened.
In addition to this, Arrius Piso was nearly killed when his
horse fell on him. It did not kill him, but it did crush his leg
and made him 'lame' in that one leg. The extent of his injury
and recovery is not known for certain at this time. Then, at the
Pass of Beth Horon, he was ambushed by his Jewish enemies (the
Pharisees) and was nearly caught and killed there. He was truly
the cat with nine lives! In every battle that he was in, HE was
the 'prize' that was sought by his enemies. It was known to his
enemies that it was vital to stop him from ever doing what he
had planned to do - and that was to enslave all of humanity
other than royals into a perpetual ignorance and to 'dumb' down
the common persons with rhetoric so as to enslave them with
(13) Genetic Testing
This is what we think will be the
final indisputable proof regarding this. As we stated, the
authors of 'history' claimed to be persons other than who they
really were and the same was true of those who were emperors (as
well as both earlier and later royalty). We also said that
'saints' were close relatives of these same persons. These
things can be verified now with genetic testing. In fact, we are
certain that in time, enough of this sort of evidence will be
compiled to show just how accurate our reconstructed genealogy
of these persons really are - and we are very anxious to see
this! Because we have followed various 'rules' in order to
reconstruct their family tress, 'rules' that were made and left
by those very persons!
For instance, they left hints and clues
to follow in order to find the facts that would help a person to
make those reconstructions. One instance comes to mind and that
is of the emperor Constantine's claims of descent from
'Claudius'. He means, of course, the emperor Claudius II 'Gothicus'.
We have examined this in very fine detail and have concluded
that this was only possible in ONE way. And because that is the
case, that IS his actual and true descent from Claudius II 'Gothicus'.
However, to find that line of descent a vast knowledge of many
things that may otherwise seem unrelated must be known. And, you
have to know the line of descent of Claudius II Gothicus as
well. This is not at all 'easy' and it IS very easy to make
mistakes when reconstructing these lines of descent. It was made
difficult on purpose.
Bear in mind that these persons did not
have to work for a living, they did not have television and had
little else to do but to make these 'amusements' for themselves
and their other royal relatives. Being an ancient author was
like being 'in' on a long, long standing perpetually running
'inside joke'. And it was treated seriously and as a 'duty', but
one that the authors could not help but have 'fun' with as they
created their works.