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Christianity and the Great Deception
Rav Sha'ul
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The First Pope of Rome – The Roman Emperor Constantine
by Rav Sha'ul


While we are told the first “Pope” was the disciple Peter (Peter never kept Sunday/Easter/Christmas nor did he believe in a Trinity God) it was actually Emperor Constantine.  Constantine held the title “Pontifex Maximus” which literally means “High Priest” of the sun god Zeus/Apollo (Greek incarnations of Nimrod/Tammuz).  He was the High Priest of his god Apollo also known as Mithra the sungod.  Apollo and Mithra are just other name for Nimrod/Tammuz that evolved out of ancient Babylon as the languages were confused at the Tower of Babel.   Constantine’s religion was called The Cult of Sol Invictus which means the Cult of the Invincible Sun.  Constantine was a sun worshipper as the religion of Babylon was literally transplanted to Rome.  I covered that in my last book and again in both The Kingdom of YHVH and The Yahushaic Covenant.

The Pope of Rome to this day holds the same title of Pontiff and to this day worships the same sungod.  This “Roman religion” is known as The Cult of Sol Invictus or The Cult of the Invincible Sun.  The Cult of Sol Invictus dates back to the Babylonian religion created by Semiramis defined in my book Mystery Babylon – The Religion of the Beast..

History records that Constantine became the first “Christian” Emperor of Rome and played a major role in converting the pagan Roman Empire to “Christianity”.  This is actually true.  The religion of Christianity was actually created by the Roman Emperor and High Priest of Apollo.  This religion created by Constantine was nothing new, it was the exact same religious system dating back to Babylon and the same religion Constantine worshipped before and until his death… sun worship.  Constantine was a follower of Christos Mithra whose followers were known as Christians.  It was identical in every way to worship of the stars (Sun/Moon/Planets) that originated in Babylon.

Christians today claim that “God” came to Constantine in a “vision” of a “cross” and Constantine converted to a servant of Jesus Christ.  Well actually this is true, sort of.  Actually Constantine just renamed Tammuz/Apollo/Mithra to “Jesus” and converted the world to his existing religion as history proves.  As the “legend” goes, Constantine was on his knees worshipping the Sun facing East (as sun worshippers do) and saw a vision of the cross of Tammuz and was told “in this sign conquer”.  “Conquering” humanity through force and converting by threat of death… is the total opposite of the Messiah’s Message of evangelism through love and regeneration through faith.  Constantine then went on to conquer the known world for his god Tammuz which he created at the Council of Nicaea and called Jesus H. Christ.  He did so through MUCH bloodshed and converted through the threat of death (the inquisition).  There is zero chance that Constantine was a true believer we know this because of his fruit.  We also know this because his coins remained inscribed “dedicated to the Invincible Sun” until his death.


Historical Background of The Emperor Constantine

After the death of Constantine’s father, his brother Maxentius was in line for the throne and stood in the way of Constantine.  On 312 A.D., on October 28th at Stone Milvian Bridge at the Tiber River, Constantine’s army was greatly outnumbered as it was arrayed in battle against the army of Maxentius.  It was then, while Constantine bowed before the Sun in worship to Baal, he saw a “cross” and heard a voice “in this sign conquer”.  As I stated before in my book The Mystery Religion of Babylon the “cross” was the universal sign of Tammuz a cutout of the center of The Zodiac.  So it is no surprise Constantine while bowing to the sun saw the Cross of Tammuz… that was his religion.

This command he heard to go forth and conquer was the same expression used in Revelation 6:2 of the rider on the white horse that goes out to conquer and to conquer (an image of the False Messiah).  Constantine went forth from that point and conquered the pagan world through his new religion and much bloodshed.

Revelation 6:2

And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.

We see above that this rider went forth with a crown (an Emperor) and a bow (the symbol of Nimrod/Tammuz the great hunter) to conquer.  The exact historical image of Constantine (the founder of Christianity).  This same “bow” is carried to this day by the subsequent “Pontifex Maximus” the Pope of Rome.  It is a “bowed cross” and the staff of the Pope.  The Pope literally wears a two horned Mitre (two horns like a goat) on his head carrying about a cross in the shape of a bow.  On top of this staff is the cross of Tammuz with the image of the false messiah renamed Hesus Horus Krishna (Jesus H. Christ) or latin I.H.S. This false messiah is none other than Tammuz the pig of Ishtar in name and sacrifice.

Revelation 13:11

Then I saw another beast, coming out of the earth. He had two horns like a lamb (mitre hat), but he spoke like a dragon (a puppet for Dagon the Fish God of Babylon).

Back to our story; Once Constantine defeated Maxentius and became Emperor and High Priest of sun worship; the main problem Constantine faced in his Empire was strife between religions.  There were many different gods among the pagan people and this caused conflict.  This religious conflict lead to what we know today as the “foundation of Christianity”; the Council of Nicaea.  The resulting creed, the Nicean Creed, is professed by every Christian on Earth.  A total blasphemous creed as we will now discover.

Next: The birth of Christianity - it's true beginnings


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