Rulers of New World Orders Past
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As you all now know a rough outline of the elite’s history, we thought it may be fun to dive into the genealogy of our rulers again, this time focusing on some rulers of the New World Orders of the past.
As we typically do, we will go back to the Tribe of Naphtali. The land given to the tribe was called the Garden of Palestine, named thus as it was beautiful and the soil was rich. The Tribe of Naphtali was greatly reduced by the Syrians, whom they fought constantly. If one wonders how deserts become deserts, it is due to death. Because of the wars with Syria, the land was destroyed and became a desert and the people were all but demolished. Naphtali had four sons. Jahzeel also known as Yetser or Yachtseel. Guni, Jezer, and Shillem. Naphtali was buried in Egypt where he died and where many of the Asher and Naphtali relocated to, becoming Pharaohs. When they left the area of Israel a large number relocated in Rome, in an attempt to take control of the empire.
We have discussed how the Naphtali tribe was part of a three family tribe called the Tribe of Dan. When the tribe of Dan was traveling the world in the trade business, some of the Naphtali and Asher tribes stayed in Egypt becoming the Pharaohs who enslave the then called Isrealites. Naphtalis have always had a problem with the tribe of Judah. The real Juden, not the Ashkenazi Jew which the Naphtalis have since named themselves. The difference between blood Jude and religion: what we know is a tool used to cover the elite and control the masses. The religious Jew which doesn’t necessarily have blood attachment to the tribe of Judah, at least not today. We can see through history the tribes and their generational blood feud. The Naphtalis have enslaved and murdered the Judeans and warred on them since the beginning. Judaeans were slaves in Egypt, slaves to Rome, slaves to Babylon, slaves of Germany and so on through every Naphtali controlled land. Violence, hatred, greed, murder. Nothing good ever comes from them.
After much traveling and a series of splits from the tribe of Dan, many went back to Egypt and Palestine areas to settle. There the Naphtali tribe paired up with Zebulon tribe. Zeb was the 6th son of Leah, Joseph’s wife. Enan was the first named leader after Naphtali. His son Ahira ben Enan was the Prince of the tribe in Sinai. Jumping ahead a few generations to the mid 1200’s BC, we see the tribe still in Kadesh, still trying to regain it’s previous land.
Barak the son of Abinoam was assigned to be the military leader by Deborah, the superior governing voice. Deborah ordered Barak to destroy their enemies and take back Mount Tabor, what we call Mount Hermon today. At the time Sisera and the Canaanites inhabited the land. Barak was given ten thousand men but he refused to fight unless Deborah was with him. He pursued the chariots and the forces to Harosheth, and all the army of Sisera was destroyed by the sword. Not a single man was left. Sisera fled into a tent, exhausted. The woman there took a tent peg and hammered it through his head, killing him.
An excerpt of the song sung after this so called victory states: “Rise up, rise up, O Barak, Take your captives, O son of Abinoam! And with Barak, the men of Naphtali. Into the valley they streamed after him.”
The Barak of the BC and the Barrack of today both played their parts to destroy the inhabitants of the middle east for greed and lust, using their main ruling centers of Egypt and Saudi Arabia and Israel to snuff out the rest. These blood feuds go back a long time. Nothing changes but the education and awareness of the people, or lack there of. Back then, Barak overthrew the city to the foundation, and was the commander of the Israelites for forty years.
Naphtali’s land was in Palestine. What we today incorrectly call Northern Israel. Back in those times there was so much violence and bloodshed the tribes, which were now nations, decided to make safe zones. A sanctuary city where anyone could run to for safety and protection and where no crimes were allowed to be committed. They set apart the city of Kedesh in Galilee in the country of Naphtali. Shechem in Ephraim. Kiriath Arba, which is Hebron in the country of Judah. Hebron is the most ancient of all the cities of Canaan. It was as old, if not older, than Damascus, and was built seven years before Zoar in Egypt. This is where David was crowned king of Israel. Across the Jordan, east of Jericho, they designated Bezer from the tribe of Reuben. Ramoth in Gilead from the tribe of Gad. And Golan in Bashan from the tribe of Manasseh. Golan formed the most northerly Refuge-Sanctuary on the east side of Jordan, as Kedesh did on the west.
Besides the Sea of Galilee, the other lake on the borders of Naphtali lands is called Merom, also known as Bakrat el-Huleh or as the Babylonian Talmudists call it, the sea of Semechon. This is a place that has gone by many names and had a temple of the golden calf which the waters ran beneath. It is situated in the southern part of a valley formed by the two branches of Mount Hermon. Near the upper end of this, the three streams which form the Jordan unite. These three streams then flow through Palestine connecting the three seas: Merom, Galilee, and the Dead Sea. On the west side of the Jordan above the lake, a marsh extends up north as far as the junction of these streams, or even farther; while on the eastern side the land is tilled almost down to the lake.
In 732 BC King Pekah allied with Rezin, king of Aram and threatened Jerusalem. King Ahaz of Judah, appealed to Tiglath-Pileser the third, the king of Assyria, for help. After receiving tribute from Ahaz, Tiglath sacked Damascus and Israel, annexing Aram and a large part of Israel, including all the land of Naphtali. The remnant of the tribe that inhabited this area was all but destroyed once again.
Much has taken place in the area of the lake of Merom over our history. Besides what we have already discussed, Joshua and Jabin the king of Hazor fought at this point, in the plain of Asor. Again in 66 AD the Galileans revolted against the Romans who occupied and ruled the Global Government at that time. If we jump ahead in history we come to the crusaders who occupied this area for some time as well.
A town now called Safed sits on the heights due North of the Sea of Galilee, and is often spoken of as the “city set on a hill.” When the Templar Knights came to take the land for the Vatican they fortified the city as part of their Kingdom of Jerusalem. It was built in the form of a horseshoe, open to the North, round the Castle Hill, the ruins are there still. King Fulk also known as the Count of Anjou was of Salic or French royal descent and married the Countess of Main, Lady Ermengarde de la Fleche. Their daughter married William, the son of King Henry the first, of England. William died in the White Ship wreck of November 1120. Fulks son Geoffrey was married to King Henry’s daughter Empress Matilda, better known as Empress Maude. After his wife died, Fulk was chosen for the Crusades to take Jerusalem. Both the French and English royal families knew his wealth, connections and influence was a threat to them. The French Baldwin family ruled the area at that time and daughter Mellsende had been raised to be queen of the region. Baldwin decided, along with King Louis of France, that Fulk should be married into the ruling line so as not to cause any disruptions. The couple were joint rulers as contingency. Fulk brought the Kingdom of Jerusalem to its largest territorial extent before he died in 1131.
If we follow his genealogy back we go through William Longsword, count of Normandy and descendant of the famous Viking Rollo from the Norse region. Rollo and his vikings settled in Normandy where he became the first ruler of Normandy, France. If we continue in Fulk’s family tree we come to Robert the second, Archbishop Rouen Devereux. He was the great grandson of Rollo. Robert’s nephew became a Duke and was very hard to keep in line, their disagreements lead to Robert being banished. Robert excommunicated his nephew, which resulted in him being unbanished. When he returned to rebuild the churches and abbeys in the area. The family line continues back to Norway.
Though we have only touched on the French and English blood relationships we must keep moving and see what has happened during this time?
Remember we mentioned previously how the tribe of Naphtali had split several times by this point, and that one very large line had long since settled in and developed and ruled Rome, as it still does today. Another Naphtali line had broken off with the collective Dan tribe after Troy and half went to Britain where it remains to this day. Some of the Dan tribe went with them to defeat the giants causing trouble in the area. The rest of the Dans went to Danmark an settled into farm life. The other half of the Naphtali tribe left after the battle of Troy, went to the area named Pannonia, the region from today’s Germany across and up through Russo-Asia. Another area, of Pannonia they inhabited was called Illyricum, covering the area below and east of Pannonia. Just as there are many small countries in the eastern Asian region today, so there were a great many tribes back then. There were so many nomadic tribes, families, in this region. They slaughtered each other because of their blood purity. They changed their names and locations often. They married into tribe leadership positions in order to obtain the tribe through marriage, as they do today. For many hundreds of years these so called barbaric tribes perfected the laws and systems the elite use to control governments, populations, religions and currency today.
The rulers of today can be traced back through genealogy, to these bloodlines, to these tribes, which can in turn be traced back to the tribe Naphtali as we have already detailed in our document EL: the Bloodlines and in its video series All in the Family. The French, what were then called Salics we know came from the Ashkenazi region, from the tribes who came out of the woods of Pannonia one day, with the sole purpose of taking control of Rome. Their capture of France destroyed a large portion of the Roman Empire and they began to call themselves Fraunk-men, Frenchmen, meaning Free Men. The tribe then formed the military and allied itself with Rome. While the Roman elite thought that being allied together would establish peace and control over this group, the Free Men wanted Rome. They infiltrated the Senate and military. The rest followed quickly. We can still see these 2 distinct separations in the ruling families today. What we know as the Banking families of freemen and the Papal families of Jesuits. Both hands of the same tribe. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. We have some tribe Rulers to look at yet before we get to Rome.
The first known Illyrian king was Bardylis, but first we must know more. Back to the time of the great divide. The remnants of the tribe of Dan and the tribe of Naphtali who had sailed the seas together and seen many lands parted ways after the battle of Troy, a city in current day Turkey. The Royal House of Troy was divided into two bloodlines: the House of Dardanoi, and the House of Troy. These two families ruled what was called Troad, or Ilium, known as Troy, where Achilles was buried. Dardanos, one of the sons of Illyrius was the ancestor of the Dardanoi. Their trade routes and territories from Turkey through to Maldova can be followed through the remnants archaeology has uncovered, not to mention historical documentation.
King Bardylis succeeded in bringing various tribes into a single organization. A New World Order. Under Bardylis leadership the Dardani defeated the Greek Macedonians and Molossians several times. They were strong enough to rule Macedonia through a puppet king in 392 BC. This nation loved war. In one battle 15,000 men were slaughtered, giving more land to the kingdom. In 359 BC Bardylis’ army killed 4,000 men and he killed the king of Macedonia himself. King Phillip II of Macedon, now Greece, married for a truce to end the constant onslaught from the tribes. When he was a child he had been held hostage in Illyria under Bardylis. He then became deeply and forever involved in the Sacred Band of Thebes. This was a troop of select soldiers, consisting of 150 pairs of male lovers which formed the elite force of the Theban army.
Phillip was involved in the Third Sacred War which had begun in Greece in 356 BC. He invaded Thessaly, defeating 7,000 Phocians. Philip returned to Thessaly the next summer with an army of 20,000 infantry and 3,000 cavalry including all Thessalian troops. In the Battle of Crocus Field 6,000 Phocians fell, while 3,000 were taken as prisoners and later drowned. In order to concentrate on securing his crown, Philip reaffirmed the treaty the Dardanians had imposed on Macedonia by force of arms and sealed the alliance by his marriage of Audata, the niece or possibly granddaughter of Bardyllis. Philip later became the father of Alexander the Great. Though there was continuous Dardanian dominance and expansion and many battles that took place, the Battle of Erigon Valley was the last. The Illyrians numbered 10,000 infantry and 500 cavalry while Phillip had 10,000 infantry and 600 cavalry. Diodorus Siculus writes this of the event.
“And at first for a long while the battle was evenly poised because of the exceeding gallantry displayed on both sides, and as many were slain and still more wounded, the fortune of battle vacillated first one way then the other, being constantly swayed by the valorous deeds of the combatants; but later as the horsemen pressed on from the flank and rear and Philip with the flower of his troops fought with true heroism, the mass of the Illyrians was compelled to take hastily to flight. When the pursuit had been kept up for a considerable distance and many had been slain in their flight, Philip recalled the Macedonians with the trumpet and erecting a trophy of victory buried his own dead, while the Illyrians, having sent ambassadors and withdrawn from all the Macedonian cities, obtained peace. But more than seven thousand Illyrians were slain in this battle.”
7,000 died, including King Bardyllis who was over 90 years of age. After this victory for Philip, one by one he united the states of Greece under one government. He then turned his sight to Sparta. He sent Sparta several messages stating: “If I win this war, you will be slaves forever.” and “You are advised to submit without further delay, for if I bring my army into your land, I will destroy your farms, slay your people, and raze your city.” To both accounts, the Spartans’ reply was one word: “If”.
Phillip never attacked Sparta, nor did his son. In 334 BC, Cleitus the son of Bardylis, the Dardani, in alliance with other Illyrian tribes attacked Macedonia, ruled by Alexander the Great. From this point on, the many defeats the Illyrians has suffered depleted their numbers to the point that their power simply died off in time. This we can find has happened to many of the tribes and nations of that time. Every tribe was warring the one next to it fueled by greed to occupy and destroy. Both sides wanting it all. Nothing has changed. History always repeats, because those who control it only have one script. You can find the repeats happen about every 500 years and every 1000 years as well as the more short term scripts which loop around every 100 years.
As we mentioned before in this area were a great many tribes over this time. Pannonian tribes as well as the Illyrians, explicitly list the number of Decuriae in their tribe. The Decuriae were the natives controlled by the Romans. We have seen this technique used often by the elite, such as in the death camps of Germany where they often used privileged prisoners to control and punish other prisoners. In this time, around 30 BC, the many tribes were warring constantly with the Roman Empire and to the Asian side tribes had formed dynasties and Emperors. 200 years away from building the Great Wall of China. But that’s for another time. The kingdom of Illyria grew considerably in the 200’s BC, occupying modern Croatia and parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania.
Monunius was a descendant of Barylis whom we discussed earlier. He ruled the Dardarians in Illyria. He had an alliance with Pyrrhus, king of the Molossians and one of the strongest opponent of Rome. Monunius is recorded to be the first Illyrian ruler to make his own silver coin mint. Coins had been made for quite some time by the tribes, but he was the first to make a mint. They were minted in Durres, which is today’s Albania. It is thought that he was buried in the royal toms of Selca e Poshtme, where a helmet was found with his name engraved in it. Around 300 BC, the Illyrians, being skilled masons like the Romans, cut monumental tombs into the rock around the Perlion acropolis, some had the Greek Ionic columns.
Let us look at Queen Teuta. In 231 BC she ruled the Ardiaean kingdom after the death of her husband King Agron, she warred with Rome and was regent to her stepson Pinnes. King Agron died after a victorious battle which secured his kingdom. He drank and celebrated until the tissue swelled so much around his lungs that he died. His wife took over as his son and air was too young to rule.
Queen Teuta was an advocate for the right to piracy. As the Illyrian region raided Romes ships and shores in the Adriatic Sea, tensions rose. Gaius and Lucius Coruncanius were sent from the Roman Senate to reason with the Queen. At the time Teuta was engaged in besieging Issa, the last town in Phonecia to subdue. During the siege she met with the ambassadors. Apparently because they were rude to her, she sent some men to kill them on their way back to Rome. Rome was shocked. The pirates of Queen Teuta were no competition for the Roman Navy. After a few years of war, Teuta asked for peace. The Roman Republic was beginning to grow in strength and force.
Gentius was king of the Ardiaei in 181 BC. The region was along the Adriatic Sea and he was the last ruler. He grew jealous of his brother Plator as he was set to marry Etuta, the daughter of the Dardanian king Monunius the second. This would have made him powerful, and for that he was killed by Gentius, and Etuta became his wife. They had two sons, Scerdilaides and Pleuratus. This secured his power and the peace between the Ardiaei and Dardani. Unlike his father, Gentius decided to break peace with Rome, and unite Illyria. The land of Queen Teuta was under the control of the Romans, so Gentius moved on to Pharos, in today’s Croatia, to gather the remaining Illyrian loyal populations. Illyrian strength was in their ships and Gentius continued in the tradition of piracy. Perseus of Macedon had recaptured several Roman outposts in Roman occupied Illyria which controlled the route leading west to the Ardiaei. Perseus sent a party to Gentius to discuss Perseus’ successes against Rome and to tell him they had no money. No alliance was accepted until Macedonia was invaded by Rome in 168 BC. King Perseus was forced to offer land to Gentius, if only to keep ships pointing at Rome. In what is now Montenegro, Gentius took the oath of king.
Many battles ensued between the kings of Macedonia and the Romans. During this time, in order to solidify control of the Illyrian lands again, he established a single tax over all the subjects. He did this simply by taking royal control of the monetary workshops or mints in the two cities where he resided. At this time Gentius was issuing bronze coins. Gentius built up a fleet of 270 lembi and an army of 15,000 men. His friends, Pereus and the ruler of Rhodes were ready for war and soon after, the third Illyrian War began. It was a messy war, with many of the Illyrians who had been under Roman rule before, simply not fighting the Romans in battle. After only thirty days, Gentius surrendered to Romes Anicius. Anicius gave him a full dinner before arresting him. Those who did not fight Romans were pardoned. Those who had been enemies, their cities, buildings and public institutions were burned and thoroughly looted. Those spared retained their previous titles and positions, with officials elected every year, and paid Rome only half the taxes that they had previously paid to Gentius.
Bato belonged to the indigenous Daesitiates tribe also called Dalmatian located in the Bosnian region. He was born into a prominent military and political family of his tribe. Tiberius was a Roman military commander put in charge of keeping the Imperial frontier secured from the tribes in what was then called Illyricum. The Roman Empire also controlled the Germanic areas and Celtic areas to the north of their empire in the same manner. Many of the Germanic and Celtic tribes accepted Roman trade and rules for gold. At that time the tribes had been in an almost continuous guerrilla war amongst themselves and mostly against the Romans. Tiberius was ruthless to the tribes, going into their lands and taking the children, selling them as slaves to Rome. During this time his bloodlust was already obvious. Batos decided they had the numbers to rebel. He was defeated. However, in Pannonia and Illyricum, the Breuci and other tribes also rebelled. The leader of the Breuci, was also named Bato. In 6 AD the two Batos and another leader of the Breuci we have touched on earlier, Pinnes, became an allied force against the Roman Empire. They joined forces and hid in the mountains of Pannonia. Many wars ensued. They were defeated again by the King of Thrace. They both survived and continued to invade Macedonia. The fighting back and forth lead to a planned attack by the Romans on the Marcomanni tribe. Emperor Augustus mobilized Romes Illyrian auxiliary forces. Though Rome failed to have victory against the Batos, Bato the Breuci was disliked by Balto the Dalmatian because of the Breucian tribes taking hostages from other tribes. Bato the Breuci was trapped and killed. The alliance then failed and Balto fled to a fortress in Pannonia, near Salonae called Andetrium. Governor Severus found him, chased him down and finally Balto surrendered. When Tiberius asked him why he revolted he replied: “You Romans are to blame for this; for you send as guardians of your flocks, not dogs or shepherds, but wolves.” Bato spent the rest of his life in the Italian town of Ravenna.
Though there is far more going on in the tribes during this time, we must continue on and save something for next time. We have seen the rulers of the Naphtali area in Palestine, Israel, Egypt, Britain, to the Illyrian tribes and France. Now we will follow them around to the Naphtali main hub. To Rome!
Some More History:
We mentioned Tiberius before, who defeated the Illyrian alliance. So let us begin here on the Roman side. His biological father was Tiberius Claudius Nero and mother Livia Drusilla. Tiberius Nero had fought against Octavian Augustus to protect Julius Caesar from his assassins. Keep in mind that Caesar and Augustus are titles, not names. The family fled Rome for some time and lived in Greece. After peace was established and they returned to Rome, Livia met Octavian. Octavian Augustus decided he was in love with his mortal enemies wife, even though she was pregnant with their second child. Octavian divorced his wife and forced Tiberius Nero to divorce Livia, and even had Tiberius Nero give her away in the wedding to Octavian. Their child, still a young boy, named Tiberius, was reluctantly adopted as son of the first Roman Emperor, Augustus. Though Octavian and Livia tried to have an heir, what they conceived died. Livia had a statue made of him, as Cupid, which was placed in the temple of the Capitoline Venus. A replica was also placed in Augustus’ bedroom.
Tiberius, grew up in the palace, with all privileges and experiences, but was not liked by Augustus. Tiberius and his first wife, Vipsania Agrippina had only one son, Nero Claudius Drusus, also known as Drusus the second, and Drusus Julius Caesar. As Tiberius’ son was not of both Claudian and Julian bloodlines, his right to be heir was removed by Augustus. Then Augustus had forced adopted Tiberius to divorce his wife and marry Augustus’ daughter Julia and adopt Germanicus, who was Augustus’ grandson-in-law, as heir. When Tiberius lost interest in Julia, he was exiled for some time. It was not in exile that he became corrupted, but in exile his perversions were allowed to grow unchecked.
By 14 AD Octavian Augustus had died without a blood heir, and Tiberius was Emperor of Rome. Tiberius had always been known as a ruthless military leader, and this continued on. He abolished Egyptian and Jewish religious groups in Rome, and banished astrologers. He consolidated the Praetorians for efficiency, crushed city riots, and abolished the right of sanctuary. While Tiberius had no respect for nor much attraction to women, as is common with this type of perversion, he was ready to hop on men and boys from any given angle. During a ceremony he rushed one man out, along with his brother and a flute player in the temple and raped them all. When they complained about it, their legs were broken like many before and after them. His sexual perversions and insatiable appetite even led a noble woman to kill herself.
In the eighteenth year of Tiberius’ reign, Christ was crucified in Judea. Shortly after his death, the Roman Governor at that time, Pontius Pilate, wrote to Tiberius an account of his crucifixion, resurrection and miracles. Upon receiving this letter Tiberius made a report of the whole to the senate, desiring that Christ might be accounted a god by the Romans. The Senate refused, as they were displeased and embarrassed that the proposal had not come from them first.
Tiberius’ only son, Drusus was given many accommodations and positions in military and politics and married his cousin Little Livia. Tiberius’ adopted son Germanicus, had always been loved by Augustus and became a much loved military leader just like his father. The people praised him as though he were a god. Syria, Judea and many other districts of the Roman Empire were all on Germanicus’ side, should he ever think of challenging Tiberius. Now that Augustus was dead Germanicus was not favorite to anyone with power, and every victory he had in battle and every celebration the public threw for him, only made Tiberius hate him more. When the people first heard Germanicus was ill, the entire country was in shock and sadness. Upon hearing the news of his recovery, there was a stampede to the Capitol to pay their vows. Tiberius was woken from his sleep by the crowds rejoicing in united song, singing: “Safe is Rome, safe too our country, for Germanicus is safe.”
During this time, Livia, Drusus’ wife, was in a relationship with Tiberius’ right hand man, Sejanus. Sejanus was one of Tiberius’ lovers and in charge of removing threats to Tiberius. Tiberius sent Cneius Piso to govern Syria, to oppose Germanicus and excite hatred of him without raising suspicion. Piso attacked Germanicus in every way he could and Germanicus remained unaffected. This only put fuel on the fire. Eventually Tiberius had enough and dark spots appeared all over Germanicus’ body, a side effect of poisoning. Germanicus died foaming at the mouth. We have seen this in several whistle-blower deaths called suicides, it is one favorite method for the elite. The public grief could be checked neither by any consolation nor edict, and it continued even during the festal days of the month of December. Piso was framed for the murder and killed himself. Drusus was then taken under Tiberius’ wing and often spoke for Tiberius in public affairs while Tiberius retreated to his perversions. Tiberius changed laws as he saw fit, and interpreted them to mean what he wanted them to, at the time it pleased him. Morality no longer had a definition. A law was in place at that time that any injurious attempt against the Emperor was seen as treason. Tiberius used this to mean whatever he wished. This control and fear grew until society grew suspicious of each other and trust and friendship were only in dreams. Drusus was poisoned to death a few years later, by Sejanus. The Jews began to revolt under Pontius Pilate’s rule. An amphitheatre fell, killing 50,000 people. His empire was a disaster, but this was of no concern to Tiberius.
He retreated to his palace in Capri, to be left to his twisted practices was his fascination of mind control, pedophilia and humiliation. He had little boys and girls stand in what were dubbed nooks of venery, made up as Pans and nymphs, in outside bowers and grottoes, for sexual assistance to anyone in the garden. People openly called this the old goat’s garden. He had an entire library of pedophilic paraphernalia. Today people are shocked about the Lolita Express of Boys Town or the Franklin Files, but pedophilia and ruling have gone hand in hand through history.
Tiberius trained little boys, whom he termed tiddlers, to crawl between his thighs when he went swimming and tease him with licks and nibbles. Unweaned babies he would put to his organ as though to the breast. We have discussed what this type of sexual programming does to the young minds of even babies. Many adults even today use the excuse that if a child does not cry or bleed, then you have done them no harm. Sexual acts are not always damaging physically but they are always damaging mentally, regardless of age. People are quick to find any excuse to make their evil acceptable. To make you tolerate it, as if they were born that way. He adapted rooms to suit his libidinous exercises. Sejanus always continued to be as close as possible to the throne. He had secret spies and informers placed in all parts of the city, to convert the most harmless actions into subjects of offense. Every action became liable to forced interpretations. Sejanus, still intent on killing off the rest of the bloodline, declared Germanicus’ sons Nero and Drusus, enemies to the state. They starved to death in prison, while Agrippina, their mother, was sent into banishment. In this time many many people were put to death, and imprisoned both by Sejanus and his SS and Tiberius and his activities. Sejanus was constantly working to make himself Emperor of Rome and with Tiberius occupied on his island, he was able to all but call himself the Emperor. Just when the Senate thought it was too much, Tiberius ordered Sejanus to be imprisoned. The Senate was too overjoyed and took the opportunity to execute him instead. After which his entire family and extended family were murdered. The wife of Piso was put to death, and a great many others. Anyone with connection or friendship with Sejanus was killed, regardless of wealth or station. Tiberius, covered in ulcers, bald and bent from age at 67 years old, grew tired of the justice system and ordered anyone accused should be put to death without further examination. He left the ruling to his Lieutenants and Mesia was siezed by the Dacians and Sarmatians, Gaul by the Germans and Armenia by Parthia. Tiberius remained wholly consumed by his perversions. As he aged, Germanicus’ son, Gaius Caligula, had grown in his reputation. It was said he was a serpent that would sting the empire, and a Phaeton that would set the world in a flame. Caligula was adopted by uncle Tiberius and raised as heir to Rome. Let us continue with Caligula’s story now.
When Caligula’s father Germanicus died, Emperor Tiberius summoned him to live at the sex palace in Capri. Caligula was sick and weak, and still young when he was adopted by Tiberius and had grown up among the army his father had lead. As Germanicus’ son, he was favored by the people. He, knowing what Tiberius did to his family, hated Tiberius and at long last, Tiberius died. Everyone was relieved to be rid of the evil Emperor and though his grandson Gemellus was rightful blood heir, Caligula was nominated and declared Emperor by the Senate. The joy the people felt for this election was not confined to the Roman Empire, and victims without number were sacrificed upon the occasion. Caligula knew how to play the crowd, and threw a huge illustrious funeral for Tiberius. After that he ran to the islands of Pandataria and Pontia, to remove the ashes of his mother and brothers, exposing himself to the danger of tempestuous weather, just to give a luster to his piety. Advertising is everything. Upon his return, he ordered funerals for the ashes and ordered the month of September to be called Germanicus, in memory of his father. When Caligula fell sick, a multitude crowded all night long around his palace, and some even devoted themselves to death, in case he recovered. He continued to retrieve and honor the other family members who had been murdered by Tiberius, and burned all informants and conspirators. He did what we call draining the swamp according to Trump. He flushed out the old leaders and brought back the institutions Augustus had set in place. Pontius Pilate was banished to Gaul and the knights were strictly inspected. Many people were banished and killed, as must happen when one side takes over, the other side must be erased. As jealousy increased, Caligula called in the death vows and many more people, including Tiberius’ grandson Gemellus, were murdered. He became extremely vain and ordered the heads of all statues of Jupiter to be removed and replaced with his head. He would sit in temples of the gods, be they male or female, taking their place and forcing all to worship him. He then built a temple for himself, wherein he was the god, and soon after made himself a priest of his own temple. He often courted the moon, inviting it to come to bed with him, and embrace. He frequently had whispered conversations with the statues of Jupiter.
He committed incest with his three sisters, prostituting Livia and Agrippina to his perverted companions. After which, he banished them as adulteresses and conspirators against his person. His third sister, Drusilla, he took from her husband Longinus, and kept her as his wife. Caligula appointed her as heiress of his empire and fortune and after she died, he made her a goddess and all were forced to worship her. After attending a wedding, he commanded the wife be brought to him, as his. After a few days he became bored of her and when she went back to her husband Caligula banished her. This happened to a few women. Milonia, being not young nor beautiful, held his attention more than others, due to her sexual perversions. People were killed by Caligula for wearing a color that attracted more attention than his, or for having nice hair, or for being too tall. Caligula was ruled by his jealousy, vanity and envy. His horse stables were made of marble and ivory. His horse was also made a Senator. He had jewels that would dissolve in his food, and serve pure gold to his guests instead of food. His ships were just as extravagant as the rest of his things but his crowning engineering feat was the floating bridge at Puteoli. When this bridge was built, 3 miles long, he then had houses built on it to accommodate him and his guests, equipped with pipes running fresh water to them. During the large celebration upon the building of the bridge, Caligula road chariots up and down it.
After the next day, much feasting and drinking was continuing and Caligula ordered many of his attendants to be thrown into the sea, as well as a ship filled with spectators to be sunk. All who tried to climb back onto the bridge were forced back into the water to drown.
After these few years of obscene spending, Caligula had spent all the money the Roman Empire had. Taxes were raised and all who had named Caligula their heir were poisoned so he could collect their wealth. He started a brothel in his palace as well as gaming homes. Once his daughter arrived, he killed knights and other noblemen for their money. He killed most of the Senate and cited them to appear as suicides. Those who he owed money too often found themselves as food for Caligula’s wild animals. His fascination with torture then grew. He would direct every movement of the torture and make jokes and rate the performances of the victims as and after they died. He enjoyed eating and having the relatives present. His corruption was so unbearable that before his fourth year as Emperor, he was stabbed to death by a group of conspirators, one of whom shouted, “Think on this.” His wife was then also stabbed to death and his daughters head was smashed against the wall until she was no more.
Though there is much more to tell, let us skip ahead a couple hundred years to Constantine the Great in 300 AD. He ruled during the time Christianity had grown and become the dominant religion in the Roman Empire and the Elite’s power began to fall in the minds of the public. Knowing the impact an idea can have and how fragile control truly is, Constantine began a corporate takeover of Imperial Roman Empire, and renamed it the Holy Roman Catholic Church. Another one of the elite’s brilliant name changes in history. This single moment, this one change, still holds a vast amount of control over the peoples minds all across the world, thinking the Roman Empire, the New World Order died when it is alive and well, and has continued to grow and grow. We have already discussed how the Vatican has control over every government in the world today, and now that the elite changed their main throne of power from a government to a religion, the process began, and in another hundred years the Roman Empire had been destroyed. We all know how the elite work slowly to achieve their goals, taking time keeps the public unaware because the masses are trained to be short term actors and thinkers. The powers were slowly dissolved from the Government and given to the Roman Catholic Church. But let us finish with what Constantine did to get this started.
The Roman Emperor, also called Caesar, was renamed Roman Pope. Senators were called Cardinals, therefore the Roman College of Senators was renamed the College of Cardinals and the Magistrate of College of Senators was renamed the Dean of College of Cardinals. Roman Governors were renamed Archbishops. The Imperial Chair of Jupiter where Caesar sat was renamed and is still called the Throne of St. Peter, trying to cover itself in Christian terms.
Let us discuss this Catholic is Christian deception again. Why the Throne of St. Peter, a heretic whom the Roman Empire only a hundred years earlier had crucified for being a follower of Christ? When the Elite have to save face, when their corruption has become too exposed, they must change face. Change name, change president, change king, change location, change the outside appearance so they can continue thriving under our noses. They often use the most popular movement of the people, infect it and attempt to destroy it. When they can’t destroy it, then they simply take the name. We have seen this in Anonymous and have explained how it happens extensively. You can’t kill an idea, especially when the idea is truth which frees the people of all elite controls, mental, physical and spiritual.
About 300 years before the followers of Christ began to sweep across the Roman Empire, after a man called Christ was crucified for being a heretic, a political dissident, in Rome’s state of Israel. He spent his adult life creating mayhem for the elites who had a solid grasp on the Judaic religious sects at that time and used that religion to control the people and make profit from them. He exposed the religious as well as the political leaders and sects to the citizens and He destroyed the markets and buildings the elite had corrupted. He taught what humanity was supposed to be, without this corruption. How we can all be free from the elite’s control. All those who attempt to be free are silenced by the elite, sooner or later. Crucifixion was used long before the Roman, Babylonian and Assyrian Empires, and has always been a favorite method of the elites. After this, two of His followers, Peter and Paul, traveled the Roman Empire for a while, teaching people about this and starting communities and churches. One of their friends, Linus was the first bishop of their church in Rome. As the message spread, and people realized their enslavement and became freed, Rome began to have issues with them. Rome attempted to hold back this uprising by crucifying any who claimed to follow Christ. The Romans labeled them Christians, using them for human sacrifices in the Olympic Games, but this only made the message spread bringing even more up within the Roman Empire. Slowly each of Christ’s followers were murdered as well. Peter was crucified, Paul was beheaded and so was Linus. Much bloodshed happened during the hundred years we skipped over in this video.
Back to our timeline, Rome had now realized it must adapt, change, rename itself. Shed its skin, so to speak, in order to survive. Since the idea could not be destroyed they must control it, turning it into a religion and a government. Something to be imposed on, altered and used for profit and indoctrination. So now they call the Imperial Chair of Jupiter, their real god, the Throne of St. Peter, to blend itself into and thereby corrupt a movement into a religion in order to control. Of course there is also big profit for them as always. Peter is now named a saint as it his friend Linus. Linus has also been named a Pope by the Catholic Church. What they can not control in life, they twist after death. We have previously discussed at length the reality of the Vatican, and have detailed the Luciferian agenda of it since its creation, so we will not go into that here. The Vatican, the Catholic Church calls itself Christian like the Ashkenazi elite call themselves Jews, the continuation of Babylon, the Roman Empire, is now called the Vatican. Another one of their saints is Astius who was killed in 98 AD for worshiping a god Dionysius. Just as they made anything a god in the old days, now they make anyone a saint. Roman Calendar and Holy Days of the gods was renamed the Calendar Holidays of the Saints. The legal act of creating a god of a living or dead human, as was done to most of the Caesars in this time, as they do today. The Apotheosis of the Gods was renamed the Canonization of the Saints. Praying to a dead human god was renamed Praying to a saint. Why did they start using the term Saint? Because Christ used that term, like he used church, Omnipotent and other terms. Jews and Romans and Buddhists had temples, not churches. Untwisting the truth from the elites histories is like pulling apart a thread strand by strand. Keep the lie close to the truth, hardly able to be seen, and let it grow. They cannot create, but they can twist, lie, pervert, corrupt and deceive.
To continue with the name and title changes Constantine implemented, the Vestal Virgins were then named Nuns. And Pontifex Maximus was the high priest of College of Senators Pontiff or “high priest ” was the same term used before Babylon for the pagan religious orders. They were priests of Zues, Apollo, Diana, Mars, Jupiter, Baal, Dionysys, Pythia and so on, as they are to this day. If you recall, we continue to repeat this fact. The elite are masters of deception and all they have to do is change the name of something and you believe it is either something new, or different or whatever it is they wish you to think. That is what occult means, hidden. Hidden from you, by the elite. That is why everything the elite have touched is consumed by illusion, filled with their symbolism, their codes, their colors, their lyrics, and their agenda. This has been going on for thousands of years. If anything, they have perfected their craft. Pontifex Maximus was changed to Supreme Pontiff of College of Cardinals.
By 337 AD, Constantine finalized the elites agenda for his rule which was to secure the Roman Empire, by ending crucifixion of Christians. Because of these changes even Christians today believe he was himself a Christian, Catholic is even now recognized as a Christian sect. Even when you look up things regarding the Roman Catholic Church or Vatican, they call themselves Christian. Therein lies this great deception. Any observation proves otherwise. From here the Catholic, meaning Universal, church simply sent out what it called missionaries and later on they formed the Knights groups to be their military front in the crusades. Taking back land and gold for Rome. We have discussed previously also, how the Catholic church went country to country forcing the ruler to accept the church. In other words, to accept the leadership and control of the Roman Empire. More recently, when Japan would not accept Roman rule the Vatican sent USA to bomb them at Nagasaki and Hiroshima. As we have previously discussed the Jesuit priests were sure to be there, in their bunker, only to come out pronouncing Mary saved them. Once again, creating a false flag to fool the people into accepting Rome.
Just as they changed Caesar to Pope, to keep their genealogy hidden, they took Christians they had previously murdered and called them saints, besides sainting whomever they pleased just as they made anyone they pleased a god in the Roman Empire. Same idols, same extravagance, same rituals, same occult practices, same pedophilia, same bloodlust. Nothing has changed but the terms, and because of the misuse of terms by the elite their definitions are changed. By the time the British Empire had accepted Catholic rule, forming the second City-State in London, much had changed. King James had asked his elite rulers to publish the letters of the followers of Christ and include them with the Torah in one published book. This would help him regain control of his population, offering them this would fool the public into thinking their ruler allowed freedoms they had not had previously. One small act, and the ignorant masses grovel at your feet. The Catholic Church put together a group and went through every word of the disciples letters, numbering them and altering them as needed and printing King James’ Version. The elite had by now taken over the printing presses that had been invented, using this new form of control as they do. As more versions came out and more were published, more alterations were made. As usual, the elite work slowly and over time, so you do not grow suspicious or even notice. Now with every version that comes out the letters and original texts are more and more altered and even in most cases completely deleted. If you want truth you must, as always, go to the real source.
Today we can see the Roman Empire controls almost every government today. The few not under its power are bombed by the military arm of the elite, the USA, and the people are slaughtered, oil is stolen, and gold is made until the government surrenders. Not to Imperial control, meaning dynasty or monarch rule, which the Roman Empire had been until then, but Universal, meaning omnipresent, as gods. Onmipresent, like the creator whom Christ described. The elite have to take everything that is not theirs and twist it until you believe it is.
When Constantine died, his son Constantine the second became emperor jointly with his brothers Constantius the second and Constans, with the Empire divided between them and their cousins, Dalmatius and Hannibalianus. During this time tensions rose between the brothers and their cousins, ending in a family slaughter. The three brothers then gathered together in Pannonia and there, on 9 September 337, divided the Roman world among themselves. Constantine received Gaul, Britannia, Mauretania and Hispania. Constantius received the eastern provinces, including Constantinople, Thrace, Asia Minor, Syria, Egypt, and Cyrenaica. Constans, initially under the supervision of Constantine II, received Italy, Africa, Illyricum, Pannonia, Macedonia, and Achaea. Constans desired to rule freely, but Constantine knew the corruption which grew in his brothers blood. Constans ambushed Constantine, killing him in 340 AD near Aquileia and becoming ruler of two thirds of the empire.
Ten years later, Constans was assassinated by usurper Magnentius. The last remaining son of Constantine the Great, Constantius II, gathered the loyalty of many other rulers, and placed his cousin as ruler of the eastern empire. Constantius then marched against Magnentius in one of the largest and bloodiest battles ever between two Roman armies called the Battle of Mursa Major. A series of wars occurred between them all across the empire, until finally Magnentius killed himself in 353. By this time the empire was so large and had so many divisions it was falling apart right and left. One group would rise up to take over and after that one was squashed another would rise. This continued for many years and little by little lands were lost. By 361 AD Constantius had become so ill, he knew he would die. The most recent and largest rival who he was going to fight was Julian. Before dying of fever, he named Julian his successor.
While he was ruler he passed many edicts to continue the work his father had begun. Constantius attempted to mold the Christian church to follow his views, convening several Christian councils. The most notable of these were the Council of Rimini and its twin at Seleucia. The theologians whose advice he took were ultimately discredited and at that time he was seen as one who imposed his will on the now controlled religion. Constantius ordered the death penalty for those performing pagan sacrifices, which were animal and human, and banned sacrifices altogether. He ordered the closing of pagan temples and passed edicts against soothsayers and magicians. Then he continued passing laws for the other religions of the empire, the Christians and the Jews. Christians were exempt from compulsory public service for the clergy, and for the sons of clergy. Tax exemptions were put in place for clergy and their servants, and later for their family. Bishops were exempted from being tried in secular courts and Christian prostitutes were only able to be bought by Christians. Meanwhile the Jewish related laws were, that weaving women who moved from working for the government to working for Jews must go back to working for the government. Jews may not marry Christian women. Jews may not attempt to convert Christian women. Any non-Jewish slave bought by a Jew will be confiscated by the state. If a Jew attempts to circumcise a non-Jewish slave, the slave will be freed and the Jew shall face capital punishment. Any Christian slaves owned by a Jew will be taken away and freed. A person who is proven to have converted from Christianity to Judaism shall have their property confiscated by the state. Meanwhile years before the Jews had made their own laws against Christian interactions and thus the mind control and division of humanity continued. The last man to hold the title of Emperor of Rome bore the same name as the first, Romulus. Romulus’ father served in Attila the Huns court and hailed from Pannonia. He abdicated the throne in 476 leaving behind no monuments, nor made any decisions during his proxy reign.
The elite always work in layers, over time. One ruler passes these laws and the next comes and furthers them on the other side. One ruler says they are one thing while they are all on the same side, working to fulfill the exact same agenda. To keep you enslaved to them. Controlled on every front. Kept blind so you do not see the cages you are in, so you never see the truth. So you are never fully free…
Thus, the New World Order Continues…