REVELATIONS CHAPTER 4: The Janus’ Eyes of the Throne of Domitian By Andre Austin Through the inter-library loan process I bumped into an old 1936 book by Kenneth Scott titled The Imperial Cult under the Flavians. Through his commentary of the Roman poets, historians and coin study I’m discovering some powerful parallels with chapters in Revelations. Scott had cited sources linking Domitian with: A. The beloved of Ptah phraseology with the Flavians p.89 Other sources link up a Janus Pater (Suns of God Acharya S p.139. Father, Catholics call “Pater Patratus” from Pitar and Ptah comes Pater or Father. The Egyptian Ptah discover of Fire. Ptah also wore a skull cap and now we know where the Jews and Catholics got that from. Ptah was a craftsman who forged iron in Ovens or furnace from where we get the flames of Domitian eyes and feet (hammer time toes) were burnt in a crispy oven (Rev 1:15) B. Wearing of the robes of Isis and building a Temple to the goddess p.92 C. Feeding people to Dogs in gladiator pit D. Linking the beast of revelations with the Flavians p.131-132 E. Linking Domitian eyes of flame of fire with Revelations 1:14 and countenance was as the sun verse 16 may very well be two phases of the sun rising and setting of Janus. The poets Satitus and Martial called Domitian eyes as “All seeing” and divine sidereal flames F. The Egyptian book of the dead By E.A Wallis budge p.29 relates Ra and Osiris as “Iam yesterday, I know tomorrow”. Similar themes are applied to Isis when recorded by Plutarch “Iam all, that which has been, is and shall be” (The Mystery religions By S. Angus p.71. Similar binary theological doctrines later applied to the Egyptian Petra-Peter then to Janus in Rome then Emperor Domitian as a qusai-Janus aswe shall see below. Domitian boasted of being the first and last Alpha & Omega because “On his accession Domitian did not scruple to boast to the senate of having himself conferred the imperial power on Vespasian and Titus-they had now merely returned it to him”. (Seutonius, The Twelve Caesars Domitian 13) In revelations chapter 4 First allow me to turn to terms and definitions THE Roman God Janus according to Roman historian and Senator Cicero The Nature of the Gods and On Divination p.69 that Janus was the god of beginnings and endings, of doorways and public gates, of departures and returns. “Janus had two faces, a young one that looked toward the rising sun and an old one that faced the setting sun” see (Cliffs notes on mythology p.138) This fits well with Domitian who claimed he was Alpha and Omega, the first and the last and had keys of hell and death (Rev 1:11; 17;18). Technically speaking, by mistake people in Rome called Domitian as the first to be called Emperor of the Flavian dynasty of three and the last to be called Emperor. When the mistake was corrected the correct order was then established: Vespasian, Titus and then Domitian, the Catholic Trinity. In 69 AD, after a battle with some Romans Domitian was called “Caesar” in name only from which it officially return to him again in 81AD after his brother died see The Twelve Caesars By Suetonius. When we turn to the opening of Revelations chapter 4: After I looked, and behold a door was opened in Heaven and a voice was heard as a trumpet. Around this throne was four beast full of eyes before and behind= a Double face of Janus (verse 6). Their heads were the crown of gold with the image of Domitian. Then the description of these eyes were full of eyes within and they rest not day and night singing to Domitian which was (first called Emperor Domitian) and is to come (to be the last called (Domitian) see verse 8. Once we are able to decode the scripture we can then see the bible for what it is. The Trumpet that is sounded is related to the beginning of the slaying of people in Rev 9:14 from which the 4 beast are now 4 angels. We must understand that when the temple of Janus is closed its symbolic of peace and if open its warfare. Kenneth Scott quotes the poets and others saying: 1. “The god Janus, when Domitian conquered the Sarmatians, did not have faces enough and wished for more eyes in his desire to gaze at the Emperor” p.115 2. Martial remarks the rest I leave to the god himself, Janus has the good fortune to see the “god” (Domitian) return to his month” p.106-107 3. Janus promised the master of the earth and god of the universe (Domitian) an old age four times that Pylian” p.150 4. With a new lector (Ax insignia of an Roman office) may greet you Janus may you (Domitian) renew the quinquennial (a period of five years) festivals with garlanded contests. Implying Domitian should come down from the sky or temple as a god and continue to rule on earth p. 154 5. Domitian on earth shares in the function of Janus p.157 6. Statius in his Silvae uses the voice of Janus as a god of war and peace and for Domitian, The Flavian Janus see (Statius’ Silvae: and the poets of Empire p.260. 7. Acharya S combines “Jan-Essa” to make up Janus as a double-headed John and Jesus some born in spring-Solstices and other born in winter-solstices (The Christ conspiracy p.178). 8. Janus represents the dual nature of sun and moon or day and night (Suns of God p.139 by Acharya S). When information is attempted to be viewed in its complete context we can then submit a competitive plausibility that the throne of Domitian outlined in revelations chapter 4. With all of its pomp and circus with figures having eyes within eyes wanting to look upon Domitian being equated with Janus with poets providing puns to compare with verses in the Gospels. Joe Atwill wrote Shakespeare’s secret Messiah p.286-287 linking the front and back eyes of Chapter 4 of Revelations with Domitian strange and weird hobby of killing flies with a sharpened stylus as written by (Suetonius, Domitian 3) in his biography of him. Well I leave it up to the reader to decide it for himself. If it’s a pun on flies then the flies in Chapter 4 is symbolic of people. I would encourage the reader to not compartmentalize Chapter 4 of the book of Revelations has 21 chapters exposing many examples of the signature mark of the Flavians seal on it. St. Peter the “rock of Satan” having keys of silver/moon and gold/sun was named after Petra in the Egyptian book of the Dead, the divine doorkeeper of heaven. Then peter was renamed and rerun, remake of the Roman god Janus associated with the month of January the beginning of the year. The Roman Catholics kiss the toes of the bronze statue of the god Janus, (Bar-Jonas), changed into Peter. Maybe they don’t know that Domitian had hammer toes we commonly know as bronze feet (Rev 1:15) covering up his bald head with a wig made out of wool (Rev 1:14).