World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 20

In part 19, in Alexandria, we saw the birth of Greek geometry with Pythagoras and Euclid, two names of high importance for modern construction and Masonry. And in the aftermath of Alexander the Great, Baal-worship, as in Ammon/Amun of Lucifer, continued to grow with child sacrifices at the mountain of Mount Bou Kornine, outside of Carthage, the mountain meaning “the one with two horns,” in Arabic.
During 149 to 146 BC, the third and last of the Punic Wars was fought between Carthage and Rome with the Roman Empire emerging victorious after many struggles, and expanding their reach into northern Africa.
Meanwhile, Simon the Hasmonean, after making Judea somewhat independent of the Greek/Seleucid empire, refuses to give military aid to Antiochus and parts of his land is then taken by force. Antiochus impose new rules and regulations, which became a part of the Book of Deuteronomy, the Deuteronomic code. And as a continuation, the Hellenistic/Greek and Jewish priest Jason obtained the title of high priesthood and helped in spreading Greek culture and religion throughout Judaea in Palestine. He made priests wear the hat of Hermes and men had to wear the Jewish Kippah, the brimless skullcap.

Keep in mind that this series connects events and people from legends, myths and religious texts to decipher history with some direction from texts by prominent ‘elite’ occultists, the beliefs recorded by secret societies, and it is based and expanded upon on notes from articles at, which is the site who has come closest to the truth of our history. With that repeated, let’s continue.

Around 100 BC, Gaius Julius Caesar was born in a patrician family, the gens Julian. He claimed to be a descendant of Venus, the Lightbringer, Lucifer the Morning Star. As a tribute to his ancestor, he built the Temple of Venus Genetrix in Rome, dedicated to the Roman goddess Venus Genetrix, the founding goddess of the Julian gens.
It was said that Caesar had Marfan syndrome, a disorder that affects connective tissue in many parts of the body. Those with the condition tend to be tall and thin, with long arms, legs, fingers, and toes. They also typically have exceptionally flexible joints and abnormally curved spines. He also suffered from seizures (word derived from Caesars,) which in ancient Rome was believed to be a sign of divine possession. Some historians say it was a result of his Marfan syndrome, while other say that he faked them to ratify his position as a godlike messenger.

As a note, the Greek philosopher Plutarch, who wrote the ‘Parallel Lives,’ a series of biographies of illustrious Greeks and Romans, arranged in pairs to illuminate their common moral virtues and vices, paired Julius Caesar with Alexander the Great, which is the first chapter of his works, as Plutarch saw them as very much alike.

In 60 BC, Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey formed the First Triumvirate, a political alliance that dominated Roman politics for several years.
In the years to come, Caesar rose to be one of the most powerful politicians in the Roman Republic through several military victories against the Gaul with their cruel Druids in the Gallic Wars (present-day France, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland,) during 58 BC to 50 BC, which greatly extended the Roman territory. During this time, he also invaded Britain where he defeated the mythical settlers of Ireland known as the Fir Bolg (who earlier defeated the Tuatha Dé Danann of the goddess Danu.) He also built a bridge across the Rhine River.

These achievements and the support of the Roman veteran army threatened to overshadow the standing of Pompey, who had realigned himself with the Senate after the death of Crassus in 53 BC. Thus, by the influence of Pompey, the Senate ordered Caesar to step down from his military command and return to Rome.

In 49 BC, Caesar openly challenged the Senate’s authority by crossing the ‘Rubicon River’ on his way to Rome with his army, where legend tell us he said “the die has been cast.” This was the beginning of the Roman Civil War.
Pompey fled to Greece while Caesar stayed for almost a year in Rome to establish his power as a dictator. The year after, in 48 BC, Caesar pursued Pompey who fled to Alexandria, the capital of Egypt, where he was murdered only three days before Caesar arrived. While in Egypt, Caesar decided to mediate an Egyptian civil war between the child pharaoh Ptolemy XIII Theos and Cleopatra, his sister, wife, and co-regent queen. He started an affair with Cleopatra and made her queen of Egypt. Cleopatra later gave birth to a child by Caesar, called Caesarion (who later became the last pharaoh of Ptolemaic Egypt.)

During this time, Caesar made many reforms to restructure the Roman society, one of the most important was to the calendar, which was replaced with the ‘Julian Calendar,’ a solar calendar with three additional months (July, August, and September,) to match the seasons.

Caesar’s populist and authoritarian reforms angered the elites of Rome, who began to conspire against him. On the Ides of March (15 March) 44 BC, Caesar was assassinated by a group of aristocrats led by Brutus and Cassius, who stabbed him to death. 44 thus became known as the kill code, hence the English word ‘kill’ sums to 44 in simple gematria. And, as a note, using the Septenary cipher, ‘Ides of March’ sums to 44 too. Also, ‘Caesar’ sums to 47, the number of government and Freemasonry, and ‘stabbing’ sums to its reflection of 74. And with that said, March 15 is the 74th day of the year. Funny how the English language is coded with prominent historical events. However, by now, you should know that everything is scripted and coded by the numbers.
At the moment of his assassination, Caesar was stabbed 23 times. 23 is said to represent the principle of organization 3, acting on the differentiation of the world in spirit and matter 20 (2,) to allow incarnation of the spirit in the matter, 2 + 3 = 5. And 5 represents harmony and balance.

In Caesar’s will, Gaius Octavius was named as his adopted son and heir. As a result, he inherited Caesar’s name, estate, and the loyalty of his legions. He, now known as Caesar Augustus, together with Mark Antony and Marcus Lepidus formed the ‘Second Triumvirate’ to defeat the assassins of Caesar. By 42 BC, The Triumvirate divided the Roman Republic among themselves and ruled as de facto dictators. However, The Triumvirate was eventually torn apart by the competing ambitions of its members. Augustus pursued them, and Antony who had married Cleopatra was defeated at the Battle of Actium in 31 BC. As Augustus then invaded Egypt, Antony and Cleopatra, the Ptolemaic queen of Egypt, committed suicide.

During the conquest of Egypt, the temple of Muses and the Library of Alexandria, with more than 700.000 book rolls and scrolls, was raided by Roman forces. The most important books, especially those with pre-flood history and secret knowledge, were moved to the Vatican.

In 27 BC, Caesar Augustus, also known as Octavian, officially receives the title/name of Augustus and turns the Roman Republic into what was to become known as the Roman Empire, and he reigned as the first Roman Emperor from 27 BC to his death in 14 AD.

As a note, the Italian elite family Colonna claims to be descendants of the Roman emperors Julius Caesar (gens Julian) and his successor Augustus (gens Octavia.)
Their coat of arms is a pillar with a crown, that of the imperial power of the Roman Empire, an obelisk/phallus of Saturn. They became head of the Catholic Church in 1417. And while they fought the Orsini Guelph faction of papal forces in medieval Italy, they were often in an alliance, which is the current case as the feud ended in 1511.
They founded the Italian mafia and together with their French branch Dupont they colonized the United States as a new Roman Empire through Columbus (backed by Genovese banker family Doria and the Spanish Habsburgs.) They settled in Columbia, as in ‘Colonna.’
They ruled from Georgetown University and Capitol Hill (as in Capitoline Hill in Rome,) where they symbolically built a huge obelisk to mirror their coat of arms, later known as the Washington Monument.
Columbia University was founded in 1754 as a Knight’s College with Samuel Johnson, one of the American Founding Fathers.
In 1781 another obelisk was erected at Quirinal Hill at the Palazzo Colonna, one of the Seven Hills of Rome.
The Colonna family control the Knights of Columbus (former part of Knights Templar,) CBS, Columbia Records, Columbia University and Columbia Pictures. They were also instrumental in mind-control tactics and in creating the illusion and theatrics of politics with the Left-Wing vs. the Right-Wing.
They also founded the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn together with the Cecils that would later train Aleister Crowley, and they are intermarried with many Jesuit-families, including the Barberini family (with the three bee-symbolism of the hive mind on their shield/coat of arms.)

To be continued in the next part.

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