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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 34

The previous part is here: https://bartoll.se/2023/09/history-matrix-part33/All parts of this series can be found here: https://bartoll.se/world-playbook-quickstart/ In 392 AD, the Roman tactic of taking their enemies into service, letting them have a more active role in Roman affairs, slowly began to backfire as Emperor Valentinian II, age 21, was murdered while advancing into Gaul against the Frankish usurper Arbogast, leaving Theodosius I as the last sole Emperor to ever rule the whole Empire.With Valentinian out …

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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 25

In part 24, emperor Hadrian of the Roman Empire visited the remining ruins of Jerusalem, where he founded the new city of Aelia Capitolina and built a temple to honor Jupiter, as in Sumerian Enlil, Egypt Ammon and Osiris (Orion,) Babylonian Marduk, Greek Zeus, Hebrew YHVH, and Nordic Odin.This led to the third Jewish revolt led by Simon Bar Kokhba, in which ‘Israel’ became independent for 2,5 years before once again being crushed by …

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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 24

In part 23 we covered the first real organized Jewish revolt against the Roman rule in 66 AD, which led to a temporary Jewish government until the Romans quelled the rebellion in 70 AD. As a result, the Temple was once again destroyed, over a million Jews were killed, Rabbis (Rabbinic Judaism) took the role of the high priests, and the Torah became the most invaluable source of knowledge for the Jewish people.In the …

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