2.6 Holly Roman Law Form
Article 76 - Epistole of Nicomedia (325)
The Epistole (Epistle) of Nicomedia, also falsely known as the “Decree of Nicaea”, is the first Epistole issued by a world representative (ecumenical) body in history following the completion of the first session of the Sunedrion Oikoumenikos (συνέδριον οiκουμενικός) at Nicomedia the former capital of the Eastern Roman Empire, not Nicaea.
The Epistole (Epistle) of Nicomedia now known as the Epistle of Jude followed by the last ten (10) Chapters of the Book of Revelation has been horrendously corrupted, with the false Mithraic and Satanic beliefs of the Venetian Magyar-Khazars inserted into the text in direct contradiction to its original message.
Prior to the deliberate corruption and sacrilege of the first act of true international law by an ecumenical representative body, the Epistole (Epistle) of Nicomedia heralded the introduction of the 1st Bible in civilized history, also known as the Bibiliographe, or βιβλιογράφη. The Epistle also completed the Divinely inspired prophecy of Constantine as to the future of the world and a time of complete redemption.