Brother AACOOLDRE : The Terrible Spirit & St. Paul

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    By Andre Austin

    Emperor Domitian was the last of the triple Dynasty of the Flavian rulers of ancient Rome. He received the nickname of "The Terrible spirit" because he maintained his so-called "Divine Bed" as a Bed of suffering for women with whom he pulled/cut out their hair so it would resemble his on baldness and then sodomized and cut off the pricks of men/boys he had in his bed. Keep in mind his nickname runs hand and hand with his cutting/mutilation of people.

    Roman historian Suetonius wrote biographies on 12 Caesars. His annals on Domitian match the book of Revelations and Domitian like a fingerprint or DNA blood type. Suetonius states one fact that after Domitian won his civil war he loved to have his soldiers interrogate people by "scorching his prisoners genitals". This matches one of the seven bowls of God's (Domitian) wrafth in Revelation 16: 8-9. God/Lord (Domitian) gives permision to his Angel (Army official) to scorch people with fire. they were searedby intense heat (Rev 16:8-9).

    Merrian Webster's Collegiate Dictionary 11th Edition defines Sear as Burn, scorch or mark

    Paul in talking about circumcison/uncircumcised and Jesus on the cross states that he bears on his body the same mark of Jesus (Galatians 6:13-17). We also know that Domitian wore the mask of the Dog/jackal Anubis to escape death durning a Civil war. Paul also states that a Dog mutilated his flesh in Philippians 3:2 and kicked in the ***** (Acts 26:14). The parody skit of Paul castrastion is also played in black comedy in Acts 13:1-9 where the Holy/Terrible spirit orders Paul be set apart (cut off) by the placing of hands making him an impotent willing victim and sodomite.


    Once you know that Domitian is the Terrible spirit you can read 2 Timothy 3:1 and 1 Timothy 4:1-3 are working interactively with eachother.

    A. 2 Timothy 3:1 states But mark this: there will be Terrible timesin the last days. Those terrible times relate to Deceiving spirits giving an inference to castraction in 1 Timothy 4.

    B. 1 Timothy 4:1-3 The spirit clearly says that in Later times those deceived by a demon (an Evil/Terrible) spirits will have people consciences seared with a hot iron forbiding people to marry. Paul would later relate the sup (1 Cor 10:21) with this demon at a table that works interactively with Paulina/Anubis Antiquities of the Jews Book 18:72-75 with Jesus/Domitian sup in Revelation 3:12-21). Robin Lane Fox is right on when she states: "Image of the beast...and the false prophet have been plausibly connected with specfic facts of the 90's AD. At that time a colossal statue of the Emperor Domitian was set up towered 25Feet...Statues of pagan gods were widely credited with powers to work wonders...Christians ascribed them to Demons" (The Unathorized Version p.349). Not only applied to statues but the flesh of humans; "demons, which are no other than the spirits of the wicked, that enter into men that are alive" (War of the Jews Book 7: Chapter 6:185). This would include Peter and Judas.

    Note that Christian sects like the Valesians castrated people with a hot piece of metal they called baptism of fire. Now we know the context of Paul's statement that its better to marry than to burn (1 Cor 7:9). However both Paul and Jesus through the mouthpieces of Titus and Domitian do advocate castration see Matthew 19:12 and Galatians 5:12.

    No one should be surprised with this because the book of Malach 4 called for the burning/cutting of the Root (Tree/Penis) and branch and that the Flavian Dynasty would graft themselves into this Christian branch (Romans Chapter 12 and Luke 3:7-10).

    In Conclusion:

    Paul is told not to be afraid and that he must stand trial before Caesar (Domitian) being given the lives of all that sailed with him (Acts 27:24). But as a slave he must submit to everything to his master see Titus 2:9 (Domitian) wearing the veiled face of Anubius. This was unlike the holy spirit that wept for Vespasian three shiploads of young Jews designiated for the brothels of Rome that threw themselves overboard and drowned see (Everyman's Talmud By Abraham Cohen p.45). "Now the Lord (Domitian) is the (Terrible) spirit, and where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord's glory, are being transformed into the likeness " (2 Cor 3:17). They sound like followers wearing mask in Rev 4:1-9 & 9:7 for Emperor Domitian
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