Brother AACOOLDRE : How I discovered Paul/Peter's mutilations??

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    PAUL/PETER and etal

    By Andre Austin

    People need to know just how cruel the Roman Empire was instead of looking at it as the keepers of western civilization. When you mutilate another human being you take of the image of a savage that’s turning away from being civilized.

    I first got a clue at Paul/Peter’s mutilation by reading a teaser of Joseph Atwill’s upcoming book The Single Strand.

    Atwill states: “My upcoming work The Single strand explains the mysterious NT character “Paul”. The first mystery conserving Paul is why did the author of Acts change his name from Saul to Paul, a word that means ‘Tiny’. The truth behind Saul’s nickname is vicious humor that makes fun of the fact that Paul was not merely circumcised but castrated. The story of Paul’s castration is black comedy and is given in acts 13:1-9.

    Prior to the scene in Acts 13 Saul/Paul had attacked a member of the ‘way’-Stephan-who has been preaching for Jesus, in other words, Stephan had been preaching for the Flavian Christ. Following this event Saul show up in Antioch with a group that includes a stepbrother of Herod. Then the Holy Spirit, for some reason, orders Saul separated-the Greek word used can also mean ‘severed’-and the group then “placed their hands on him”-the word used for “placed” can also mean “attack”. Following the event Saul becomes Paul. a word that means ‘Tiny’. In other words, Paul has been severed-or castrated-by the group led by Herod’s stepbrother as revenge for his participation in the attack on a member of the ‘Way’-the Caesar’s version of Judaism. This was how Saul became tiny Paul.

    To digress, this analysis shows not only the reason why the Romans named the character Paul, but why they gave him his original name Saul. Saul was the Jewish king that had demanded David obtain a 100 foreskins (1 Sam 18: 24-27) and the romans named their character Saul to imply that his circumcision involved-like the one ordered by his OT forerunner by naming Paul tiny (acts 13:21). OT Saul had reign of 40 years. This foresees the forty years between the beginnings of Paul’s ministry 40Ad to the start of Domitian’s reign in 81AD”. When Titus died Domitian succeeded him as Emperor and one of the first things he did was out lawing castration because under Titus it went on a big scale which is reflected in the 4 gospels.

    “A number of Paul’s teachings revolved around the mutilation of the male genitalia. Paul hinted that he was when he said in Christ neither circumcised nor uncircumcised. A man would have to be one or the other unless he altogether lacked a penis. He says “cut off that which troubles you (Galatians 5:12). “Cut off also meant castrated”-The Christ conspiracy By Acharya’s p. 285-286.

    Saul orders his attendants to speak to David privately about a marriage. “They repeated these words to David said, do you think it is a small matter to become the king’s son-in-law? I’m only a poor man and little known. When Saul’s servants told him what David had said, Saul replied, say to David the king wants no other price for the bride than a hundred philistine foreskins to take revenge on his enemies. Saul’s plan was to have David fall by the hands of the philistines…he brought their foreskins and presented the full number to the king so that he might become the king’s son in law. Then Saul gave him his daughter Michal in marriage” (1 Samuel 22-27

    When talking about Divorce Jesus/Titus says:

    All men can’t receive this saying, save they to whom it is given. for there are some eunuchs…which were made eunuchs of men and those made by themselves for the kingdom sake. He that is able to receive it let him receive it. Then were brought unto him little children that he should put his hands on them (Matthew 19: 11-13). This is using the same language that Atwill’s uses place of hands as meaning to attack the penis. Then the term is used for Little which is another word for tiny and the context in both OT Saul and in NT was about a marriage.

    If we back up to Matthew 18:1-9 talking about being converted and becoming a Little (Tiny) child and then maiming of the eye, hand, foot is required to enter Kingdom of heaven. This fits well with Titus kingdom which required rebel Jews to give their hand for peace and become eunuchs which Domitian countermanded.

    Now we can jump forward to at the resurrection people will neither marry nor be given in marriage they will be like the angels in heaven” (Matthew 22:30). We know Angels are sex less for all are one in Christ “there is neither male or female” (Gal 3:28)

    Judas Iscariot who was a temporary Satan in the NT until transferred to Peter last name is punned from Issachar a rawboned Donkey in genesis 49:14. Judas falls head long (Acts 1:18) because this was the manner the Egyptians killed the *** by throwing off a cliff. Likewise Peter as Satan is crucified upside down with head falling to the ground.

    Did Peter play the role of the donkey (***). Yes because Peter took on the image of Satan by being called Satan by Jesus/Titus. Peter’s name and activities link him up. Simon/Peter is given the task of carrying a heavy object of the cross.

    The Donkey (***) is stubborn, passionate and often overburdened with heavy load put on them. Likewise Peter with the heavy cross. The Donkey symbolizes the recalcitrant personality from which he denies peace to Titus/Jesus three times. The Mule is an offspring of the donkey and horse and nearly always sterile. This fits peter being made sterile by castration and his bronze trophy in the Vatican of his penis on the beak of a Rooster.

    The Webster dictionary also links up the word Donkey with monkey. Then I recalled that the very name Simon are variations of words for black and monkey in ancient times. According to Martin Bernal’s Black Athena Volume 2, p.444. “Xenophanes, a poet of the 6th century BC referred to the Aithiopes (Ethiopians) as Simoi…borrowed into Latin as simian (monkey. The acceptance of this etymology has interesting and not altogether pleasant consequences… The antiquity of Europeans association of African blacks with Negroid features with monkeys”. Go read the novel Planet of the Apes where Pierre Boulle compares “Simian” with monkey. The word monkey has many puns and meanings. Take the toy “Simon says” which is an invitation to copy, mimic and imitative performance. This would fit well with Simon being a substitute stands in for Jesus on the cross. Also money associated with a burden on your back/shoulders of a drug addiction or just plain burden on you like a heavy cross. So Simon of Cyrene (N. African) are two words talking about somebody being black. Clearly Peter is playing the role of Donkey/Monkey. In Egypt the baboon represents a crucial moment just before sunrise or gaining consciousness-the awakening just before sunrise. The baboon associated with Thoth also for copying words down. Peter like the 3 stages of the monkey that doesn’t see Jesus/Titus or hear Jesus/Titus or smell Jesus/Titus as an offshoot of denial of peace to Titus during The War of the Jews campaign


    Please read Suetonius biographies on Titus and Domitian

    Read Joseph Atwill “Caesar’s Messiah” and his upcoming “The Single Strand