The Hebrew Bible describes David as a king of the United Monarchy of Israel and Judah. He conquered the city of Jebus and renamed it Jerusalem, establishing Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and took the Ark of the Covenant into the city to be the focal point of worship in the Israelite religion. The Bible names the city ruled by King David as the City of David. According to the Hebrew Bible, before King David's conquest of Jebus in 1003 B.C, the city was home to the Jebusites.
According to the books of Joshua and Samuel from the Hebrew Bible, the Jebusites were a tribe that inhabited Jebus before the conquest initiated by Joshua (Joshua 11:3, Joshua 12:10) and completed by King David (2 Samuel 5:6–10). The Books of Kings and 1 Chronicles state that Jerusalem was known as Jebus before this event (1 Chronicles 11:4).
The Bible claims that David ruled as king of the Israelites until his death at the age of 70, before which he chooses Solomon, a son born to him and Bathsheba, to be his successor. He is honoured in prophetic literature as an ideal king and the forefather of a future messiah, namely Jesus, and many psalms are ascribed to him. Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 B.C. However, little else is agreed about him as a historical figure, which means he probably did not exist at all.
According to Biblical narrative, Solomon's Temple, also known as the First Temple, was built under King Solomon's reign in Jerusalem (in the Middle East). The Temple's exact location is unknown, but the Semites claim that during the United Monarchy, the Temple was dedicated to a god they call Yahweh. From the reign of King Manasseh until King Josiah, Baal and 'the host of heaven' was also worshipped in the Temple of Yahweh. 'The host of heaven' is an expression used in the Bible and post-biblical Jewish literature to denote 'stars'. Heavenly host, specifically 'Uranus's host', refers to the army (Luke 2:13) of angels mentioned both in the Hebrew and Christian Bibles. 'The host of heaven', in other words, stars and Heavenly host are references to the Kingdom of Uranus's army. I shall give the etymology for the word 'stars' in the next instalment of this paper, where I discuss the origin of the Kingdom of Uranus.
To establish a timeline for the city of Jerusalem, let us briefly turn our attention to the Trojan war. Hellanicus the 5th-century B.C. logographer, tells us that the city of Ilion fell on the 12th of Thargelion 1240 B.C. The 12th of Thargelion is about May 7 in today's calendar. The War was waged against the city of Ilion by the Achaeans. The battle is one of the most important events in Greek history and has been narrated in many works of Greek literature, most notably Homer's Iliad. Excavations conducted by the German archaeologists Heinrich Schliemann, Wilhelm Dörpfeld, and others showed that Ilion was an actual city at what is now Hisarlik in Turkey; most scholars now accept this claim. The Odyssey is the other major epic poem attributed to Homer. It follows the hero Odysseus, king of Ithaca, and his journey home after the Trojan War. Herodotus, the 5th century B.C. writer, geographer, and historian, gives an account of the Trojan War. He asserts that the Trojans caused the war when they raped Helen, a Pelasgian woman, who was said to have been the most beautiful woman in the world.
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In Book 7. Herodotus states: that the Aeolians, according to the Hellenes, were known anciently as "Pelasgians." So Helen was a Pelasgian woman. Helen's mother was Leda, a Pelasgian princess. Helen's father was, in fact, Tyndareus, who was also Pelasgian.
Anna Comnene, in her book The Alexiad of Anna Comnene, places the ancient city of Jerusalem on the island of Ithaca, as already discussed in my previous paper 'The True City of Jerusalem'. Through the writings of Homer, we know that Odysseus was the king of Ithaca, and that he fought in the Trojan war in the 13th century B.C. We also have archaeological evidence that the city of Ilion existed in the 13th century B.C. Here then, is historical verification proving that the island named Ithaca existed in at least the 13th century B.C. We can also determine by the timeline that the city of Jerusalem on Ithaca existed before King David conquered the city of Jebus in 1003 B.C. and renamed it Jerusalem. We have chronological proof that the city of Jerusalem on the island of Ithaca predates Jerusalem in the Middle East by at least 237 years.
The Hebrew Bible does not mention where the name Jerusalem first originated or what Jerusalem means. The obvious conclusion is that the city of Jerusalem originated on the island of Ithaca (Aegialia). I have given the etymology for the word Jerusalem in my previous paper entitled 'The True City of Jerusalem'.
Now, the New Testament is the second division of the Christian biblical canon. It discusses the teachings and person of Jesus. The New Testament's background, and the first division of the Christian Bible, is the Old Testament, which is based primarily upon the Hebrew Bible. In the New Testament, we find this interesting verse:
Thus, the Bible is talking about a kingdom, to be more specific, the Kingdom of Heaven, or the Kingdom of Uranus. We find such a kingdom in the writings of the 1st century B.C. historian Diodorus Siculus.
DIODORUS SICULUS. LIBRARY OF HISTORY. FRAGMENTS OF BOOK VI. Translation by C.H. OLDFATHER.
Diodorus Siculus confirms that there was a king named 'Uranus' or 'Heaven'. He also gives us the location of his kingdom and that he was a king of the Atlantians.
DIODORUS SICULUS. LIBRARY OF HISTORY.
The Atlas Mountains are a mountain range in the Maghreb. The Maghreb, also known as Northwest Africa, is in the western part of North Africa and the Arab world. The region includes Algeria, Libya, and Mauritania, which are also considered part of West Africa. Diodorus's account continues,
'For I go to see the ends of the bountiful earth,
Oceanus source of the gods and Tethys divine
Thus, here we have historical and geographical evidence from the renowned ancient historian Diodorus Siculus that Atlas and the Atlantians were the descendants of a king called Uranus or Heaven. They lived around the region of northwest Africa.
Here is the etymology of the word Uranus.
Jesus, also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth, or Jesus Christ, is the central figure of Christianity, the world's largest religion. Most Christians believe he is the incarnation of God the Son and the awaited Messiah (the Christ), as prophesied in the Hebrew Bible. So, the Kingdom of Uranus, namely the Catholic Church, claims that Jesus, or God (Yahweh), conferred absolute power to the popes of the Catholic Church, starting with Saint Peter.
fig 14. The Shield of Achilles, embellished with similar scenery to the Shield of Aeneas. Interpreted by Angelo Monticelli, from Le Costume Ancien ou Moderne, ca. 1820.
The Catholic Church claims that Vatican City is an absolute monarchy. The Pope is the head of the worldwide Catholic Church and head of state, or sovereign, of the Vatican City state. The current Pope is Francis, who declares absolute authority, and answers to no human power, meaning that he is not subject to restrictions from written laws, legislature, or customs. He asserts absolute supremacy or Jurisdiction over the entire Catholic Church, and this extends to the law courts. Generally speaking, these types of monarchies are hereditary. This means that a single family holds the throne indefinitely.
In this work, I will connect Francis back to the Kingdom of Uranus, and reveal that the Catholic Church is, in fact, the Kingdom of Uranus, also known as the Kingdom of Heaven.
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In the above photo we can see a painting of Jesus Christ, i.e., Julius Caesar. The chair in the photo houses the bible, specifically, the New Testament.
Herodotus; c. 484–c. 425 B.C. tells us in his work 'The History' that Aphrodite's worship originated in Arabia.
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This paper is the second instalment of my work entitled 'The True City of Jerusalem'. In that paper, I presented historical, geographical, and archaeological evidence proving beyond a reasonable doubt that the true city of Jerusalem is on the island of Ithaca, and that today the name of that island is Lefkas.
So, why is the location of Jerusalem so important to us? In a word, 'Jurisdiction'.
As head of the Catholic Church, the Pope claims authority, in other words jurisdiction, from the Biblical Jesus, who is supposed to be a descendant of King David. King David is said to have established the city of Jerusalem in the Middle East. If this narrative proves to be false and appears to be so, then the Pope in Vatican City does not have jurisdiction over any person, legal or natural, or over any land or sea.
fig 20. Areios Pagos-Image of Jesus (Caesar) on the back wall and bible (Trust)
fig 22. Jesus Christ is Julius Caesar
According to Strabo, the coast of Acarnania was called Leucas (Lefkas) in earlier times.
Octavian's victory over Cleopatra enabled him to consolidate his power over Rome and its dominions. He adopted the title of Princeps ("first citizen"), and in 27 B.C., was awarded the title of Augustus ("revered") by the Senate. Augustus became the name by which he was known in later times. Augustus's consolidation of power ended the Roman Republic and marked the beginning of the Kingdom of Uranus in Rome.
In effect, the Semitic Kingdom of Uranus had taken over the sovereignty of the Aegialian Pelasgian royal family in Rome (HieROsolyMA), which originated in Jerusalem, Ithaca.
Vespasian was the son of Titus Flavius Sabinus. Sabinus came from Reate in the Sabine region of Italy, making Vespasian a Sabine whose descendants were the Aegialian Pelasgians from Jerusalem, Ithaca. While Vespasian besieged the illegitimate Jerusalem in the Middle East during the Jewish rebellion, the Emperor Nero, the last Semitic emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, i.e., the Roman Catholic Church, committed suicide, and plunged Rome into a year of civil war known as the Year of the Four Emperors.
In the year 70 C.E., the siege of the illegitimate Jerusalem (in the Middle East) was the decisive event between the Semites (Jews), i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus, and the Orthodox-Romans, i.e., the Roman Orthodox Church from Jerusalem, Ithaca. The Orthodox-Roman sovereignty led by the future Emperor Titus captured the illegitimate city of Jerusalem in the Middle East, and destroyed both the city and its Temple. Titus was the eldest son of Titus Flavius Vespasianus, commonly known as Vespasian.
Vespasian was an Orthodox-Roman emperor who reigned from 69 to 79 A.D. He was the fourth and last emperor who reigned in the Year of the Four Emperors. He founded the Flavian dynasty that ruled the Orthodox-Roman Empire for 27 years. He regained sovereignty from the illegitimate Catholic Romans (the Trojans, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus). His fiscal reforms and consolidation of the Empire generated political stability and a vast building programme.
Julius Caesar was the first historical Romanum–Ouranon (Roman of Uranus), i.e., a Semitic Roman who was officially deified. He was posthumously granted the title Divus Iulius (the divine/deified Julius) by decree of the Senate on 1 January, 42 B.C.
fig 4. Architect Hiram Abiff, St. John's Church, Chester (1900)
fig 11. Atlas and the Hesperides by John Singer Sargent (1925)
fig 24. 1st century A.D. bust of Pompey, after an original from c. 55–50 B.C.
fig. 13. The Journey of Aeneas from Ilion (Troy) to Italy
Here is the definition of the word TESTAMENT: Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition, 1951.
Here is the definition of the word TRUST: Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition, 1951.
Desmond Tutu (7 October 1931 – 26 December 2021) was a South African Anglican bishop and theologian known for his work as an anti-apartheid and human rights activist. He criticised Christian missionaries for stealing their land. The following quote has been widely attributed to Desmond Tutu:
The citizens of Greece are the trustees, and the Roman Catholic Church are the beneficiaries of the trust. Jesus Christ (Julius Caesar) was the Testator, and Saint Peter (Mark Antony) was the executor. All property is held in Trust.
The Pope has the title 'Vicar of Christ,' meaning that he is the "earthly" representative of "Jesus Christ."The Pope claims to be the apostolic successor to Saint Peter, to whom primacy was conferred by a character they call Jesus, who also gave Saint Peter the Keys of Heaven. We now know that Saint Peter is Marcus Antonius (Mark Antony), Jesus Christ is Julius Caesar, and the Keys of Heaven is the Kingdom of Uranus. The Catholic Pope is the political successor to Julius Caesar in the Kingdom of Uranus, otherwise known as the Catholic Church, and having an image of Jesus (Caesar) and a bible in the courtrooms, the Pope claims jurisdiction.
fig 25. The iconostasis in Greek churches depicting John the Baptist, i.e., Pompey
fig 21. New Testament is in fact a Trust. It is the last will and testament of Julius Caesar
I have put forward indisputable historical and geographical evidence which demonstrates that the Catholic Church is, in fact, the Kingdom of Uranus. The courts of the Kingdom of Uranus, i.e., the Roman-Catholic Church, operate in my Jurisdiction without my consent and are therefore unlawful. It appears that the Roman-Catholic Church, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus, has distorted the historical record and rules by deception. It means that the Roman-Catholic Pope in Rome, as the leader of the Kingdom of Uranus cult, has no authority from the creator, God, and therefore no jurisdiction over me, my people the Pelasgians, or my land and sea, Pelasgia. The Demiurge and the planet Earth is my creator, and I live my life in Peace, Freedom, Honour, and Justice.
fig 7. Saint Peter portrayed as a Pope in the Nuremberg Chronicle
fig 12. Early 5th century BC statue of Aphrodite from Cyprus, showing her wearing a cylinder crown and holding a dove
Virgil accounts for four islands,
Virgil does not attest to an island called Lefkas. In that area, there are only four significant islands, not five. Lefkas would take the total of major islands to five. There is one island too many. So, it is evident that Lefkas is Ithaca. On Lefkas, there was a shrine dedicated to Apollo, as described by Virgil. One can also observe the mountain with its steepy crags and a mountain that has storm-capped peaks. The author of this paper should know because he lives on that stormy mountain in Lefkas.
fig 5. The Masonic Square and Compasses (found with or without the letter G)
fig 2. Uranus with Titaea (Greek Gaia)
fig 23. Saint Peter (c. 1610–1612) by Peter Paul Rubens, depicting Peter, vested in the pallium, and holding the Keys of Heaven (Uranus).
fig 3. Statue of King David (1609–1612) by Nicolas Cordier in the Borghese Chapel of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, Italy
Louis Benloew was a French philologist; he was born in Erfurt on 15th November, 1818, and he died in Dijon in February, 1900. He studied at the universities of Berlin, Leipsic, and Göttingen and went to France in 1841, where he taught modern languages at Nantes and Bourges successively. In his work entitled The Truth About the Trojan War: The Semites of Ilion, Benloew tells us that Arabia was the home of the Semites.
So, the Trojans, the tribe of Judah, Arabs, and the Phoenicians are all Semites, thus making Aeneas a Semite.
After the Trojan war ended, Aeneas and his fellow Semitic Trojans fled from their home city of Ilion (Troy) and sailed to Italy.
fig 6. Vatican City, Rome
Imprinted on the front of the shield, which was made by the creator god Ptah (Vulcan/Hephaestus), is a grand depiction of the destiny of Aeneas' descendants, as well as the Battle for the Holy City of Jerusalem on Ithaca (Lefkas), and the rape of Roma along with the rape of the Sabine women.
As it is now called, the Battle of Actium was a naval confrontation fought between a maritime fleet led by Octavian, who later became known as Caesar Augustus, and the combined fleets of both Mark Antony and Cleopatra VII Philopator. Cleopatra was a descendant of Ptolemy, the son of King Philip, who was also known as Philip II of Macedon.
Pausanias was a traveller and geographer of the second century A.D. He mentions that Ptolemy was the son of King Philip.
PAUSANIAS, DESCRIPTION OF GREECE BOOK 1. Translated by W.H.S. JONES. LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY. Page 29.
In 336 B.C., Philip II was assassinated in the theatre at Aigais (Aegis), and his son, Alexander the Great, was proclaimed king. Aigais (Aegis) was the site of the first capital of Macedon. Philip II was a descendant of Aegialia Pelasgia, therefore, Cleopatra's bloodline goes back to the Aegilian Pelasgians.
Aegae or Aegis was the original capital city of Emanthia before the city was renamed, Pella. Emathia was named after the Samothracian king Emathion. The traditional account from antiquity is that Pelasgians first inhabited Samothrace. Emanthion was Pelasgian. The Pelasgians founded the city of Aegae.
Cassander was the self-proclaimed king of Macedon during the political turmoil following Alexander the Greats' death. He was the son of Antipater. In the absence of Alexander the Great, Antipater was the regent of Macedon. Alexander's mother, Olympias, constantly complained to Alexander about Anripater's abuse of power. She despised Antipater. Finally, Alexander opted to listen to his mother and summoned Antipater to Babylon. Antipater believed it to be a death sentence, so instead, he chose to send his son Cassander. Alexander was not pleased, and the conflict that ensued may have brought about Alexander's early death. On June 10, 323 B.C., Alexander the Great died. Olympias believed that Cassander poisoned Alexander. It is believed that Aristotle, on the orders of Antipater, obtained poison from a spring that flowed into the River Styx; Cassander carried the poison to Babylon in the hoof of a mule, and it was delivered to Alexander by Iolaus, Alexander's cupbearer. After the death of Alexander the Great, Alexarchus, brother of Cassander, founded a city in the Chalcidice called Uranopolis, in other words, the City of Uranus in Macedonia. Coins of Uranopolis are known for displaying the Muse Aphrodite Urania (Aphrodite Uranus). Antipater was a descendant of the Argead dynasty, a royal house of Dorian provenance in Argos. Herodotus tells us that the Dorians came from Egypt.
HERODOTUS THE HISTORY Translated by DAVID GRENE. Page 56.
It is clear from Herodotus's passage that the Dorians were Hellenic, and the Athenians were Pelasgians. In Book 2 of 'The History,' Herodotus stated that the entire territory of Greece (i.e., Hellas) was initially called "Pelasgia". Moreover, Herodotus mentioned that the Pelasgian race in later times took the name Ionians."
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Acrisius was the great-grandson of Danaus. Danaus was the son of king Belus of Egypt. Belus was a descendant of Poseidon. Poseidon was the son of Cronus. Cronus was the son of Uranus.
It is evident that Antipater belonged to the Kingdom of Uranus. Cassander, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus, had taken over the Pelasgian sovereignty in Macedonia.
Now, the Battle of the Echinades was the naval battle of the Lamian War (323–322 B.C.), fought between the Kingdom of Uranus, under the command of Cleitus the White and the Athenian navy. A couple of centuries earlier, the Pelasgians under Solon had regained their sovereignty in Athens. Cleitus the White was commander of the Kingdom of Uranus's fleet for Antipater. Cleitus the White defeated the Athenian fleet in the Battle of the Echinades. This defeat signalled the end of Athenian thalassocracy.
The Echinades are a group of islands in the Ionian Sea, off the coast of Acarnania. Homer mentions these islands in the Iliad. The Song of Ilion is another way of saying the Iliad. The Echinades islands include Meganisi, Kalamos, Kastos, and surrounding islands, Same (Ithaca today), Cephalonia, Zacynthus, and Ithaca (Lefkas today). Pliny the Elder gives us the names of nine of these islands — Aegialia, Cotonis, Thyatira, Geoaris, Dionysia, Cyrnus, Chalcis, Pinara, Mystus. Ithaca was known as Aegialia before it got the name Ithaca. The Kingdom of Uranus took control of Jerusalem, Ithaca after the battle of the Echinades. The Athenians saw the disenfranchisement and expulsion of 12,000 of the city's poorest citizens (the thetes) and the restriction of voting rights to the richer citizens, putting an end to classical Athenian democracy. In addition, Antipater installed a garrison on the Munychia hill in Piraeus, marking an end to Athenian Pelasgian naval power and political independence.
Perseus, c. 212 – 166 B.C., was the last Antigonid to rule Macedon. The Antigonid dynasty was of Dorian provenance. Eumenes II Soter was a ruler of Pergamon, a son of Attalus I Soter and queen Apollonis, and a member of the Attalid dynasty of Pergamon. Eumenes II came to Rome in 172 BC and delivered a speech to the Senate denouncing the alleged crimes and transgressions of Perseus. Eumenes convinced the Roman Senate to declare the Third Macedonian War (171–168 BC). Although Perseus's forces were victorious against the Romans at the Battle of Callinicus in 171 BC, Perseus was defeated at Pydna in June 168 BC.
The Battle for Jerusalem, Ithaca, was between the Roman Catholics led by Octavian, that is the Trojans, the Kingdom of Uranus, and the Aegilian Pelasgians. The Aegialian Pelasgians were led by Cleopatra who was queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt.
Augustus, known as Caesar Augustus or Octavian, was the Roman emperor Julius Caesar's great-nephew whom he adopted as his son and heir. Augustus was the son of Atia, the daughter of Julius Caesar's sister Julia the Younger (101–51 B.C.), and her husband Marcus Atius.
The Battle of Actium between the Kingdom of Uranus and the Aegilian Pelasgians took place off the coast of Lefkas, i.e., Ithaca, on 2 September, 31 B.C., in the Ionian Sea as it is known today. It concluded on 3 September, 31 B.C. The Battle of Actium was the Battle for Jerusalem, Ithaca.
In the Aeneid, Virgil describes the course taken by Aeneas's vessel. Aeneas is sailing northwest from the Strofades islands in the Ionian sea. Virgil tells us the sequence of islands in which Aeneas encounters. The first island Aeneas meets is Zacynthus. The second island is Dulichium, and the third is Same. After these three islands, Virgil describes a mountain called Neritus with its steepy crags coming into view. The final and fourth island is Ithaca, where another mountain is called Mount Leucate. 'Virgil also mentions a shrine dedicated to Apollo. There are no other islands after the fourth island, which is Ithaca. It means that the mountain called Neritus with its steepy crags, Mount Leucate, and Apollo's shrine are all on the fourth island, which is Ithaca. From the shrine of Apollo, at sea level, it's not possible to see Mount Leucate because it's hidden behind Mount Neritus. There are no towns on the island's west side because of the rough terrain, so Aeneas must have turned starboard (right), DUE EAST, where he anchored at a small town. As Aeneas traveled DUE EAST, Mount Leucate came into view as his viewing angle opened up, revealing Mount Leucate which is situated behind Mount Neritus. What's interesting about the mountains on Lefkas is that they don't have any names. Stavrota is the only name given to all the mountains on Lefkas.
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fig 18. Heavenly host is The USA military
In Italy, the Aegialian Pelasgians were known as the Sabines, Rutuli, Etruscans, Umbri, Latins, and Italians, among other names. In Aristotle's work entitled 'Politics' and Thucydides's 'History of the Peloponnesian War', Aristotle and Thucydides state that Italus was the eponym of Italy (Italia). Gaius Julius Hyginus states in his Fabularum Liber (or Fabulae) that Italus was the son of Penelope and Telegonus. Telegonus was the son of Odysseus from Jerusalem, Ithaca.
Penelope, the queen of Ithaca, was the daughter of Icarius, a Pelasgian who was the brother of Tyndareus. Tyndareus, was the husband of Leda, the mother of Helen. So Penelope and Helen were Pelasgians and first cousins.
Odysseus was a Pelasgian king of Ithaca. His actual father was Sisyphus. Sísyphos was the king of Cichyrus, which in earlier times was called Ephyra. It was the capital of ancient Thesprotia. The Thesprotians were an ancient Pelasgian tribe. The poet Homer frequently mentions Thesprotia in the Odyssey, which had friendly relations with Ithaca and Doulichi (Cephalonia). The Thesprotians originally controlled the oracle at Dodona, the oldest religious shrine in Pelasgia. Thesprotia got its name from the Pelasgian leader Thesprotos. The Thesprotian Pelasgians also lived in Ithaca and Acarnania, Thessaly, and Italy. Odysseus had a son named Polypoetes with the Thesprotia's queen, Kallidike. In a fragment known from Strabo, Hesiod calls Dodona, identified by reference to "the oak," the "seat of Pelasgians," and that the oracle at Dodona was founded by the Pelasgi (Pelasgians).
At this stage, it is worth pointing out that the Sabines, namely the Aegialian Pelasgians founded the first Kingdom of Rome in the 8th century B.C., and their ancestry goes back to Jerusalem on Ithaca. Telemachus, the son of Penelope and Odysseus from Jerusalem, Ithaca, had a daughter called Roma. Roma and the Sabine women were Karyatids. The city of Rome took its name from her, Roma (Rome).
Maurus Servius Honoratus was a late fourth-century and early fifth-century grammarian, with the contemporary reputation of being the most learned man of his generation in Italy; he was the author of a set of commentaries on the works of Virgil. He gave an account of Roma, the daughter of Telemachus. I have included the Latin and an English translation of his report.
Maurus Servius Honoratus, Commentary on the Aeneid of Virgil. Lines 273-273.
(The names Rome and Jerusalem are Pelasgian, not Greek).
The above report claims that Aeneas was married to Roma. In the Aeneid, Virgil says that Aeneas was also married to Lavinia, the daughter of Latinus. In Hesiod's Theogony, Latinus was the son of Odysseus. So it is implausible that Aeneas would be married to both Lavinia and Roma, especially when one considers that Aeneas was Odysseus's foe.
HESIOD THEOGONY. Edited and Translate by Glenn W. Most. (1011) Page 83. LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY.
Hesiod states in the above excerpt that Circe's father is Helius and that Helius's father is Hyperion. I shall contest the genealogy given by Hesiod in my following paper, titled 'The True City of Jerusalem' Part 3. 'Who's who in the Zoo.'
The Roman Kingdom refers to the period of Roman history when the city of Rome and its territory were ruled by seven kings who were Aegialian Pelasgians.
Titus Tatius was the first real king of Rome, later replaced in the accepted narrative by an unhistorical Romulus and Remus, whose names have been construed for the city of Rome. Therefore the first King of Rome was Titus Tatius, and he was a Sabine (Pelasgian). The second King of Rome, Numa Pompilius (born on April 21, 753 B.C. in Cures Sabinum, died in 673 B.C), was also a Sabine (Pelasgian).
Numa Marcius was the first pontifex maximus (Pope) of the first Kingdom of Rome (Roma). He was appointed by Numa Pompilius, the second king of Rome who assigned Numa Marcius the entire system of religious rites.
Virgil tells us that there were Pelasgians in Latium (Italy).
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In Rome, the Semitic Trojans raped Roma the daughter of Telemachus along with the Sabine women, namely, the Aegialian Pelasgians, and called their illegitimate offspring Romans. The Rape of Roma and the Sabine Women was an incident in Rome where Semitic Trojan men raped young Sabine (Pelasgian) women. Here is the account in Virgil's Aeneid.
VIRGIL AENEID BOOK VIII Translated by H.R. FAIRCLOUGH. LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY. Page 105: (On the Shield of Aeneas)
In the Latin text of the Aeneid the word for Rome is Romam.
Here is the etymology for the word Romam (Aeneid, line 635).
In Rome, we now have in effect two groups of royal families who called themselves Romans. The original Roman royal family originated from Jerusalem, Ithaca (Aegialia). The other group of Romans are the illegitimate offspring of Semitic Trojans who raped Roma and the Sabine women. To distinguish between the two groups, I shall name one group Orthodox-Romans or the Roman Orthodox Church (from Jerusalem, Ithaca) and the other group Catholic-Romans or the illegitimate Roman Catholic Church (from Ilion (Troy), i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus from northwest Africa).
The Roman Republic began with the overthrow of the Aegialian Pelasgian Roman Kingdom (traditionally dated to 509 B.C. It ended in 27 B.C. when the Kingdom of Uranus establishment the Julian Claudian Dynasty.
Gaius Julius Caesar was born on 12 July, 100 B.C., and was assassinated on 15 March, 44 B.C. He was born into a patrician family, the gens Julia, which claimed descent from Julus, son of the Semitic Trojan prince Aeneas, thus making Julius Caesar a Semite and a descendant of Uranus. Caesar's Civil War (49–45 B.C.) was one of the last politico-military conflicts of the Roman Republic before its reorganisation into the Julio-Claudian dynasty, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus in Rome. It began as a series of political and military confrontations between Gaius Julius Caesar, namely the Semitic Catholic-Roman (Trojan), and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, an Orthodox-Roman (Aegialian Pelasgian). Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, known as Pompey, was a Sabine, one of Aegialian Pelasgian descent. The war between Pompey and Julius Caesar was a conflict for who was to rule Rome between the Kingdom of Uranus and the Aegialian Pelasgians.
When Pompey was assassinated in Egypt by decapitation, Julius Caesar set up the Kingdom of Uranus in Rome, which was known as Romanum–Ouranon. Romanum means Roman. Ouranon in Ancient Greek is οὐρανόν. The Noun is οὐρᾰνόν (ouranón) accusative singular of οὐρᾰνός (ouranós). Oὐρᾰνός in English is Uranus or Heaven. Romanum–Ouranon means Roman Uranus, in other words, the Kingdom of Uranus in Rome.
In Rome, the Semitic Julius Caesar usurped the office of the pontifex maximus, the office established centuries earlier by Numa Pompilius. It is clear that Julius Caesar was a Semite and belonged to the Kingdom of Uranus, along with the Trojan royal family and the so-called tribe of Judah.
The Kingdom of Uranus in Rome, known as Romanum–Ouranon (Roman– Uranus), transitioned (H)ieROsolyMA (Jerusalem) to the Middle East.
In Book VIII of Virgil's Aeneid, Aeneas receives a shield from the god Vulcan to aid in his war against the Rutuli. The Rutuli descended from the Umbri who were Aegilian Pelasgians. They migrated from Jerusalem, Ithaca to Italy. In the ancient Roman religion, Vulcan was the god of fire, metalworking, forge, and stone masonry. In Greek, Vulcan is Hephaestus. The Egyptian equivalent to Hephaestus is Ptah. Ptah is an Egyptian creator god in Memphis who conceived the world and brought it into being through the creative power of speech. In Carthage, the Semitic Phoenicians worshipped Ptah.
The shield of Aeneas from the Aeneid, which was supposedly made by Vulcan (Hephaestus/Ptah), depicts a scene where Ithaca (Lefkas) is at war with the Kingdom of Uranus. It suggests that Mount Leucate may have been set on fire by the Semitic Trojans.
VIRGIL AENEID BOOK VIII Translated by H.R. FAIRCLOUGH. LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY. Page 107: (On the Shield of Aeneas)
Virgil was a poet in ancient Rome during the reign of Caesar Augustus (Octavian) 27 B.C.–A.D. 14. He composed the epic poem known as the Aeneid. Virgil's Aeneid tells the story of how the Trojan prince Aeneas came to Italy. The Aeneid confirms that Aeneas is a descendant of Atlas and the goddess Aphrodite (the equivalent to the Roman Venus), and therefore a descendant of Uranus.
VIRGIL AENEID Book VIII Page 69. Translated by H.R. FAIRCLOUGH. LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY.
The New Testament provides two accounts of the genealogy of Jesus, one in the Gospel of Matthew and another in the Gospel of Luke. Both versions trace Jesus's genealogy back to King David, and King David's genealogy goes back to Adam and Eve. Adam and Eve are esoterically symbolic. In sacred geometry, straight lines are considered to be male and curved lines female. Adam represents an octahedron (male), and Eve represents a sphere (female). When spinning an octahedron in one full rotation around each of its three axes, the result will always trace the parameters of a perfect sphere. Eve (sphere) was created from Adam (octahedron). When viewed from the correct perspective, an octahedron reveals a hexagram, also known as the star of David. The Freemasons consider the male to be the generating principle.
fig 15. Google Maps of the four islands mentioned by Virgil
The cult of Divus Iulius simply vanished into thin air as soon as Christianity emerged. Christianity later became the official cult of the Julio-Claudian dynasty (the Kingdom of Uranus in Rome). Christianity suddenly appeared and displaced Divus Iulius, which was unnoticed by all early historians.
The Semitic Julio-Claudian dynasty, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus in Rome (Romanum–Ouranon), comprised the first five Semitic Roman emperors: Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero.
Francesco Carotta (born in 1946 in Veneto, Italy) is an Italian writer who developed a theory that the historical Jesus was based on the life of Julius Caesar, that the Gospels were a rewriting of Roman historical sources, and that Christianity developed from the cult of the deified Caesar. In his book 'Jesus Was Caesar,' he states:
The gospels appear to be a disguised sacred history of Julius Caesar. Jesus Christ proves to be Divus Iulius, the deified Julius Caesar, passed down in tradition. Caesar became the son of God, the Christ, i.e., Jesus Christ. The Kingdom of Uranus made a god out of Julius Caesar, who held the office of the pontifex maxmius (Pope). Christ stands for archiereus megistos, i.e., the pontifex maximus. The cult of Divus Iulius (Julius Caesar) was transformed into Christianity by the Kingdom of Uranus, and the fact is that Rome was, and still is, the capital of Christianity. We must not lose sight of the fact that the story of Jesus is only found in Christian literature and not in historical records.
Here is the verse found in the New Testament again, in English and Greek, where Jesus (Caesar) speaks about the Kingdom of Uranus.
Matthew 4:17—King James Bible:
The word 'heaven' from the Greek New Testament is 'Ouranos', and is the same word for Uranus. The Kingdom of Uranus, i.e., 'βασιλεία τῶν οὐρανῶν'. Here is the Greek text:
Here is a list of the people around Julius Caesar and their corresponding representatives in the story of Jesus.
The Catholic pope is the political successor to Julius Caesar in the Kingdom of Uranus otherwise known as the Catholic Church. Not only is the current pope still the pontifex maximus of our time, but he also has the full power of that office. The Heavenly host, 'i.e., Uranus's host' is the army of the Catholic Church and the military of the United States of America.
fig 16. Mount Neritus, Mount Leucata's storm capped peaks & The Temple of Apollo
The tale of Hiram Abiff is passed down in Masonic Lodges. It starts with Hiram's arrival in Jerusalem (in the Middle East) and his appointment by King David's son, Solomon, as chief architect, and Master of Works (Master Mason) for the construction of a temple dedicated to the God Yahweh, also known as Hashem.
fig 1. Catholic Pope Francis
According to the Catholics, the Pope is the apostolic successor to Saint Peter, to whom primacy was conferred by Jesus when he gave Peter the Keys of Heaven and the powers of 'binding and loosing'. Jesus also named him the 'rock' upon which the Catholic Church would be built. The word Heaven means Uranus. The Keys of Heaven, mentioned above, are the Keys of Uranus; this is a reference to the Kingdom of Uranus, which was founded in northwest Africa with their first king, who was named Uranus.
In Freemasonry, Hiram Abiff is the central character of an allegory presented to all candidates during the third degree. Hiram Abiff was a Phoenician, in other words, a Semite.
First, let me define the word jurisdiction.
The definition of the term Jurisdiction from Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition, 1951:
I will also provide the etymology for the word Jurisdiction from Wiktionary. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/jurisdiction.
The Hebrew Bible claims that King David founded the City of Jerusalem in the Middle East in around 1003 B.C. The Gospels profess that Jesus Christ was a descendant of King David.
The original Church is the Roman-Orthodox Church which originated in Jerusalem, Ithaca, Aegilia Pelasgia. The Roman Catholic Church is the Kingdom of Uranus, and it originated in northwest Africa.
In the Christian bible, Jesus (Caesar), describes himself as 'the bright Morning Star'. John the Baptist (Pompey) is called a 'bright morning star' in Eastern Orthodox Church hymnology.
A templon (from Greek τέμπλον meaning 'temple,' [plural: templa]) is a feature of Roman Orthodox Churches consisting of a barrier separating the nave from the sacraments at the altar.
The chancel barriers are also known in archaeology as chancel screens. Archaeological evidence for an early templon comes from the Cathedral of St. John at Stoudios in Constantinople, a basilica dedicated to John the Baptist (Pompey), built around 463 A.D.
In Greek Catholic churches, the iconostasis comprises several tiers of icons: the bottom tier is sometimes called Sovereign. On the right side of the Gates (from the nave facing forward) is an icon of Jesus Christ (Caesar), and on the left side is an icon of the Theotokos (the Virgin Mary). Next to the icon of Jesus (Ceasar) is St. John the Baptist (Pompey).
fig 19. The Kingdom of Uranus
fig 9. An Octahedron (male) and Sphere (female)
fig 10. The Atlas Mountains - Africa
fig 8. The Christ Pantocrator of Saint Catherine's Monastery at Mount Sinai, 6th century AD
fig 17. The Tusculum portrait, possibly the only surviving sculpture of Caesar made during his lifetime. Archaeological Museum, Turin, Italy
Here is the well-known anecdote concerning the ‘Caesar-like’ Napoleon. When the emperor discussed Christianity with Weiland in October in 1808 at Weimar, he whispered in his ear that it was a great question, as to whether Jesus Christ had lived at all. He received this answer:
Constantine I, also known as Constantine the Great, was the Orthodox-Roman emperor from 306 to 337 A.D. Constantine moved the capital of the first Orthodox-Roman kingdom from Rome to Byzantium and named that city Constantinople. The second Orthodox-Roman kingdom most commonly refers to Constantinople, which was the capital of the Orthodox-Roman Empire from 330 A.D. Onwards.
Constantine the Great was born in Naissus (today Niš, Serbia), part of the Dardania province of Moesia, on February 27, probably c. AD 272. Illyrians inhabited parts of Dardania. H. Kiepert. "Über den Volksstamm der Leleges", (in Monatsberichte Berliner Akademie, 1861, p. 114) asserted that the Illyrians were Leleges that is Aegialian Pelasgians. The Aegialian Pelasgians from Jerusalem Ithaca, Aegialia (known as Lefkas today), was also known as Leleges. Constantine the Great's ancestry is the Leleges from Jerusalem Ithaca, Aegialia (Lefkas).
The etymology of the word leleges.
The etymology of the word Pelasgic.
The etymology of the word Pelasgian.
From 395 to 476 A.D., separate coequal courts divided the Orthodox Roman governance in the Western and Eastern provinces, with a distinct imperial succession in the respective courts.
The terms Western Roman Empire and Eastern Roman Empire were coined in modern times to describe political entities that were de facto independent. Contemporary Orthodox-Romans did not consider the Orthodox-Roman Empire or Church to have been split into two empires. However, they viewed it as a single polity governed by two imperial courts as a matter of administrative expediency. The Western part of the Orthodox-Roman Empire collapsed in 476 A.D., and Justinian formally dissolved the Western imperial court in Ravenna in 554 A.D.
The Eastern Orthodox-Roman imperial court survived until 1453 A.D. The Catholic-Romans, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus, ruled over much of western and central Europe from the 9th century onwards as a dominion for Christendom (Romanum–Ouranon), continuing in the tradition of the ancient Julio-Claudian dynasty which was characterised by papal authority.
The papal coronation of the Frankish King Charlemagne as Catholic-Roman Emperor in 800 A.D. marked a new imperial line that would evolve into the Holy Roman Empire. It presented a revival of the Imperial title in Western Europe. Nevertheless, it was in no meaningful sense an extension of the Orthodox-Roman Empire's traditions or institutions.
Constantinople fell to the Ottomans after a two-month siege on 29 May, 1453. The final Orthodox-Roman Emperor, Constantine XI Palaiologos, was last seen casting off his imperial regalia and throwing himself into hand-to-hand combat after the walls of the city were breached.
Sir Frederick William Herschel (November 15, 1738 – August 25, 1822) was a German-born British astronomer. Herschel observed a new planet on March 13, 1781, from the garden of his house. Herschel decided to name the planet Georgium Sidus (George's Star) in honour of his new patron, King George III., which he later called Uranus. The name Uranus (Ancient Greek: Οὐρανός) references the Kingdom of Uranus. George III (George William Frederick; June 4, 1738 [c] – January 29, 1820) was King of Great Britain and Ireland.
Today, the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter (i.e., Mark Antony) at Westminster, London, England, is known as Westminster Abbey. It is one of the United Kingdom's most notable religious buildings and the traditional place of coronation and a burial site for English and, later, British monarchs. Since the coronation of William the Conqueror in 1066, all coronations of English and British monarchs have occurred in Westminster Abbey. The ancestry of the English Royal families goes back to king Uranus.
Filiki Eteria was a secret organisation whose purpose was to overthrow the Ottoman rule of Pelasgia and establish a Greek state. Nikolaos Skoufas from the Arta province, Emmanuil Xanthos from Patmos, and Athanasios Tsakalov from Ioannina came together in 1814 in Odessa to decide the constitution for a secret organization in Freemasonic fashion. Skoufas met with Konstantinos Rados, who was initiated into Carbonarism. Xanthos was initiated into a Freemasonic Lodge at Lefkada ("Society of Free Builders of Saint Mavra"), while Tsakalov was a founding member of the Hellenoglosso Xenodocheio. The Filiki Eteria initiated the war against the Ottomans in the spring of 1821. The Masonic Society headquarters is located in London in Great Queen Street between Holborn and Covent Garden. It has been the meeting place of the society since 1775.
After the Ottoman occupation of my country, at the London Conference of 1832, the Catholic-Romans, i.e., the Kingdom of Uranus, set up a company called GREECE, in my family's jurisdiction without my family's consent, along with a Catholic church called the Church of Greece, a corporate parliament, corporate municipalities, a central banking system, positive law Courts, and a constitution.
The Areopagus is a prominent rock located northwest of the Acropolis in the city of Athens. The name Areios Pagos is translated as "Hill of Ares." Ares is the Greek God of courage and war. He is one of the Twelve Olympians and the son of Zeus and Hera. Ares's surname was Theritas (wild beast), and this is a reference to his genealogy. The name Areopagus also referred, in classical times, to the Athenian governing council, which was later restricted to the Athenian judicial council or court that tried cases of deliberate homicide, wounding, and religious matters, as well as those involving arson. The Areopagus sermon refers to an alleged sermon delivered by the Apostle Paul in Athens, at the Areopagus, and which was recounted in Acts 17:16–34. This account of a Semitic character named Paul, who appears to be Flavius Josephus, illustrates the beginnings of Christianity in my country of Aegialia Pelasgia.
Today, the Areios Pagos is the Supreme Civil and Criminal Court of the company 'Greece' for civil and criminal law. The Kingdom of Uranus nominated the first Supreme Court Justices in 1835. The first President of the Supreme Court was Christodoulos Klonaris (1788–1849). Without realising it, Greek citizens are under the Jurisdiction of Jesus (Caesar) and, therefore, under the Roman-Catholic Pope's jurisdiction.
The etymology of the word court.