Surviving the Roman Holocaust
The early second century saw the Phiabi Crime Family mount a resurgence. When the new emperor Hadrian I was coronated, he could not help but notice that his empire was collapsing around him. He had just replaced the militarily adventurous Trajan who got sick during the Kitos War in Mesopatamia and attempted to return home. Upon hearing of trouble in the British Isles, a major source of tin for the empire, Hadrian made a deal with the Jews in Palestine allowing them to build a temple. He also relaxed Christian persecution as well. The Phiabi Crime Family saw this deal as an opportunity to restore Israel to its previous glories and maybe, at some convenient time in the future, bring back the nation of Israel.
The new temple was completed around A.D. 120 and the Phiabi Priesthood was back in business. Using their amassed merchant fleet, they began the process of bringing their Jewish bretheren home, or so they thought. They also participated in the murder of several million Jewish Christians who refused to buy their kosher goods. But this time of prosperity would not last. The Phiabi Priests continued to promise that the day would come when the Nation of Israel would return and the Romans would be extracted.
The Phiabis time would come when Rufus, the governor of Judea began to persecute the Jews around A.D. 130. The Jews responded by revolting against Roman rule. Initially, the Jews had a lot of success with their revolt. Known as the Bar Kokhba Revolt, they deposed Rufus and Simon bar Kokhba became the king. Some rabbis even called him "the Messiah." However, for many Jewish Christians, this verse comes to mind:
I am come in my Father's name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive. (John 5:43)
The Romans were not about to give up their holdings in Judea. They amassed six legions and proceeded to retake the area. In the end, the Jews lost 580,000 men and the Romans proceeded to kick the Jews out of Jerusalem. After the Bar Kokhba Revolt failed miserably, many of the Phiabis retreated to the Mediterrean village of Yavneh where they proceeded to collected their teachings into another version of the Talmud along with other writings. This effort proved to be a massive task that took decades to complete.
The rise of Christianity coupled with the rise of the Islamic world, forced much of Judaism westward. But the Phiabis, always looking to the future realized that they could not survive without help. Never again, would they be able to amass the military power needed to regain the land of Israel (at least in their estimation). The Bible Codes revealed that they had a new plan.
We were not able to place a date on this Bible Code, but we suspect that this agreement happened sometime in the seventh century. By this time, many of the Phiabi Jews were willing to make a deal with the Vatican to survive the Islamic onslaught. But like most deals, intermediaries were needed to make this deal happen, along with a place to make the deal. We are seeing that a lot of Vatican deals seem to involved Ashima (AKA Pan), Cain, Molech, and Chemosh. The Vatican needed the weath machine the Phiabies possessed while the Phiabis needed a new cover and connections for their business enterprises. We suspect that many of the Phiabis found a new home in Venice where they could set up their banking empire.
The strangest part of this Bible Code is that the parties seem to have made a deal, but not in a place we expected. They met Cain at Heavener, Oklahoma, then the site of a large Native American city we now know as Spiro Mounds. This city seemed to be a crossroads where deals could be made. It was on this day that the Roman Catholic Church sold its soul and the Phiabis now had the opportunity to set up a new business empire. To learn more about Heavener, Oklahoma and the curious one-ton runestone sitting on a ravine east of the town, click here to check out this website.
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