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How the Temple of Jupiter Became the Church of St Peter

In the Roman Empire Jupiter was the head of the Trinity gods, along with Juno and Minerva. It was always the way in ancient religions that there were three persons in the god-head. This is something religions born of the Romans could not escape and Christianity is one of them. One should realise that the name ‘Jupiter’ is ‘Peter’ in English and the temple dedicated ‘him’ was situated on Vatican Hill, over which Constantine built the Vatican.

With the religion established by the Roman Caesar came the power to hide its roots and to alter the records. In such a fashion that the history of Rome itself was lost but following my reincarnation the Spirit led me to unravel it.

With a strong link to the Spirit of the Universe, the only God, it commissioned me to remove the barrier of lies and confusion and expose the identity of 666. He is Constantine and the violence, persecution, torture, and murder conducted by him continued to be the way of the Vatican over the time since its foundation.

With it as his parliament Constantine took control of the empire as sole ruler, an ambition of his from the start. He invented Jesus Christ and put Mary, the Mother God of Babylon, in it as the Mother of God.

The church got off to a rocky start, however, as his insistence on the Trinity god-head was hard for many of the attendees at the Council of Nicaea (the one where the church was established) to get their heads around. They were used to a simpler version of the sun as Mother God while the lower gods of her religion had little power. One of these was Dagon, half man half fish.

After Constantine’s death the then Bishop of Rome, Damasis, appointed Jerome, a scholar, to produce a book to tie the loose ends of the faith together. He secured enough of the writings from around the empire to compile the New Testament, part of which he wrote. This is known as he formulated the church by introducing the order of service, laws, festivals, calendar, instruments, and costumes, which are noted in part in Matthew.

He also based the church on the apostle ‘Peter’ (Jupiter) because the Vatican was built on his temple. He called this the rock on which Christ supposedly established his church. He also altered the Septuagint to fit what he did and called it the Old Testament. In his diaries and letters he is rather specific about how he altered some and added to it.

He published the combined works as the Vulgate at the end of the 4th CAD. From that time on the temple of Jupiter became the church of St. Peter. It was all trickery and deceit from start to finish.


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