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The Council of Nicaea
by Norma Holt

Constantine Invented Jesus Christ

Building Dark Mountains and reinforcing the Wall of Deceit

The beginning of the Catholic Church and, therefore, Christianity is not what religious preach. Long past the supposed presence of Jesus Christ it was through the Council of Nicaea that Constantine brought it about. It happened by his word and power.

Nicaea was where the Roman Emperor called a council of men into his presence. They came from around the empire in 325AD. They meeting comprised literate and illiterate delegates and was of such variance in religious idealism that it is difficult to assess what actually happened there. No written records were kept or, if they were, they were destroyed by later Catholic leaders.

With memory of reincarnation and a link to God the facts are that religions survive on the laws they implement and the rules they use to control their constituents.

Uncovering the facts was not difficult and they prove that the things that the religious organisation rely on is faith. With dubious origins in a medley of mayhem, power and necromancy the claims of a virgin birth and a resurrected Savior, for which there is no physical evidence, are worthless.

Many scholars have over the years worked hard to make religions credible. The collection of men that comprised the Council failed to decide on much at all. They appear to have been confused by the claims of a Trinity God and the arrival of Jesus Christ, from some accounts. Yet it managed to provide the foundation of the Roman Catholic Church born from Constantine's will and desire for more power.

Who was present when Constantine established the religion

A painting of the delegates survived as a snapshot of the meeting. It allows insight insight into the wretchedness of it. Arthur Stanley, theologian and Dean of Westminster, published his work on the make-up of the council in 1864. He pieced together evidence from the image, documents and other things available at that time. He noted the following points:-

1. Old works like this were often corrupted by later 'do-gooders' in religious organizations and the public forum to protect the establishment. Old manuscripts are, therefore, more precious than late publications.

2. There were opponents to each other from conflicts and religious differences. While the idea of a unified future was profitable most of the delegates lacked the logic, design and politics for productive conformity. Many came because of the summons and threats of retaliation if they did not show up. The emperor's "highly posted officials, scribes, leaders and bishops" had persecuted and silenced them before.

3. This odd, heated meeting was held in the street with onlookers and interjections of all types watching on. It led to conflicts among the public who would have viewed this as a major event in their community and broadcast news items of events. The diversity of views among the delegates would have also been contentious. Below is a list of just a few of them so as to convey an impression of the whole:

Arians: These sunrise worshipers were already in favor of the Son of the sun or the son of man being represented in the person of the Pharaoh, Moses, Apollo, Chrishna, and others. Arius was described as the 'madman from area' or 'mars'. He was one of those murdered before the proceedings ended.

Church of Egypt and Assyria: The delegates from these two places were "shrill and able to persuade some issues their way".

Alexandria: Its bishop was the most learned and titled pope or papa, as so were all Greek presbyters and Latin bishops. Pope did not apply to the Bishop of Rome until the 7thCAD (De Origin nom Papae, p60. cited Stanley)

Copts of Egypt: They hampered proceeding by not speaking Greek. Among them was Potammon whose name means dedicated to Ammon, an Egyptian Pharaoh and Paphuntius, whose name means dedicated to Nut (a version of Isus). Both had been persecuted and tortured and their right eyes ripped out by a sword and the sockets seared with a red hot iron. The latter's left leg was hamstrung.

Syria: The delegates more civilized and better educated. The leader Eusthatius was persecuted, however, as both Heathen and Christian while his surviving work is The Witch of Endor.

Caesarea: From here Bishop Eusebius was the Clerk of the Imperial Closet and close to Constantine. His works included a book fashioned on the Hexapla of Origin. Potammon, who knew him from the persecutions, claimed he had sacrificed to an idol to avoid punishment. His support came from the Palestinian bishops. Some labelled him a hypocrite. Atanasius called him an Arian.

India: John the Persian brought with him a band of eleven from this region and they were the only ones without mutilation or injuries. They apparently carried the Chrisna doctrine. This fits with the claim that Christianity is derived from Chrishna.

Neceasarea: Its Bishop Paul brought 4 families who were practicing Arians. Their leader, Moses, was credited with miracles.

While this is but a small section of the make up of the Meeting it demonstrates the diversity and brings to the fore the pain and suffering inflicted on them by order of Constantine. They came now into his presence to do his bidding. One wonders about the hate and discomfort they bore in his presence.

Mixture of Delegates from All Corners of the Empire

The mixture was at odds with each other and one wonders how a consensus of opinion was reached - or was it?. Many were intimidated, frightened, uneducated and poverty stricken as opposed to the richest and best in Constantine's Service

The Council comprised Two Halves - the educated rich and the uneducated poor. One can only speculate on how they viewed each other.

The one thing they had in common is that they were all sun worshipers and Islamic in their beliefs. This is proven elsewhere.

On the one hand the rough, simple and almost illiterate men who had borne so much demonstrated passion for their faiths. They also had little knowledge of their rights. Disunited and unmotivated they were no match for the well versed educated officers on the other side. The latter sided with Constantine and presented a unified, educated, confident front. They demonstrated logic as well as knowledge ofpolitics. They were also comfortable in the emperor's presence while being coached by him or his bishop.

The tone of the Assembly was set by the opening ceremony when the illiterate, clothed mainly in rags, stood alongside the well dressed highest officials in the government and the Imperial Roman Religion. The former fidgeted in the heat and were obviously hot and smelly as they waited impatiently for Constantine. The latter were clean (possibly recently bathed), perfumed, well dressed and attended by secretaries and other assistants. They were confident, calm and full of expectation.

Constantine's arrival was with pomp and splendor, tall and handsome and a successful conqueror of many he was also surrounded by guards, preceded by his insignia and secure in his office. He was also confident in his purpose as he had waited and planned for a long time for this event.

Bedecked in his purple robe over the uniform of a general, bejeweled and with his court in tow he towered over the Assembly and stood like a God before them. When he finally sat so were they all seated who were provided with chairs or stools. The majority stood or squatted on the ground with the crowd behind them interjecting where possible. There is no doubt that some shook with fear, others controlled their anger, while others still were overawed and overflowing with admiration and excitement. They were with their king, the sole ruler of the vast empire and his power exuded from him.

Unification could not happen overnight as the Assembly represented only the start of a new world order. Some opposed it while Constantine's compact Imperial Catholic Church was more important and easily overrode individual points of issues that might have continued to divide. A single religion to stipthe dissension woulf now be run by a collection of bishops, with power to send anyone to hell or to open the doors of heaven. They formed a parliament to ensure the ruler's security and power like no other king before him. His interest was focused on the outcome, not the debate that produced it.

The bible states that Babylon took over as the influence and it was the old Capital city of the Amorites before Mari. Constantine, as shown here was an Amorite The bible states of him:

He had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the number of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom let him who hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six." Revelation 14:15-18

That is the number of Constantine, as shown to me by the Spirit and proven by the evidence. The image he put forth was Jesus Christ, for whom there is not a scarp of evidence except in the writings by his cohorts.

The Plea from The Spirit. ""I have not sent them . . . yet they prophesy a lie in my name; that I might drive you out and that you might perish, ye, and the prophets that prophesy unto you." Jeremiah 27:15

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