Lebor Clann Glas


iconAge of Messiahs [39 BCE - 22 CE]

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1The rise of Octavius under the guide of the Illuminati,
2Transformed the mind of the pirates and merchants,
3And along with it the destiny of Rome and the world.
4Avowed enemies and priest lines became allies,
5As traditional alliances of pirates and assassins were destroyed.
6The birth of the concept of private property and portal rights,
7Swept through the ancient world,
8As young men of talent sought their fortune.
9In the Great Age of the Ram,
10Eleven hundred and sixty one years,
11Since the dawn of the Great Age (39 BCE),
12In the same year Herod the Great did marry as his second wife,
13The last Hasmonean Princess whose name was Mariamne.
14Acclaimed as most beautiful woman in all the ancient world,
15Herodas remained obsessed by her all his life,
16For no other thing did he love more.
17His first wife Malthace did bear him two sons,
18Whose names were Archelas and Aenas (Antipas),
19Yet his first wife did hate the beauty of Mariamne,
20And constantly schemed to end her life.
21Mariamne did convince Herodas for a time,
22To keep safe her brother named Aristobulus,
23But Herod grew tired of him and had him drowned.
24Mariamne bore him four children of which only one ruled,
25The greatly handsome Herod Philip.
26Upon the most sacred isle (Ireland),
27Since becoming the Holly (holy) King,
28The Chief Prophet Adoniah,
29Also known as Holly High King Cú-Roi(n),
30And Pontifex Maximus had failed to raise a new heir.
31Luacháil had first fallen with child,
32That failed to reach term.
33Thereupon some years later,
34She gave birth to a second child,
35Who died soon after birth.
36Many of the druids and scribes,
37Believed it was on account,
38Of the curses that Cú-Roi(n),
39Had brought upon himself,
40On abandoning his first wife,
41To travel overseas and the breaking of a high oath,
42To his father the former Holly High King.
43In the same year Octavius did marry Livia Drusilla,
44The mother of Tiberius Claudius Nero and Decimus Claudius Drusus.
45Octavius then appointed Lucius Seius Strabo,
46The great philosopher and geographer and historian,
47Originally from Amaseia (Amasya) in Pontus,
48To be the tutor of Tiberius and Decimus.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and seventy two years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (28 BCE),
4Queen Luacháil gave birth to a healthy boy.
5Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) did name him Cú-Cúileann,
6As the royal title meaning Holly of Holly and Holy of Holies.
7The Holly King as Great Prophet and Pontifex Maximus,
8Did also name his son by the name Yasiah also known as Joseph,
9Known in false legend as Cú Chulainn and Cú Ċulainn.
10Upon news of the birth of Joseph (Yasiah),
11Emperor Octavius sent his blessings to the Holly King,
12And Edicts giving in perpetuity the Cuilliaéan,
13The sole recognized rights of the isle of Britannia,
14As well as the gift of large estates in Hispania and Gaul (France),
15And above the Plain of Jezreel in the region of Galilee,
16And the royal estate upon the Mount of Olives and Gardens of Gethsemane,
17To the east wall of the city of Jerusalem,
18As sacred land upon which no mausoleum or necropolis yet stood.
19Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) did later name this estate Bethesda,
20Meaning the House (Estate) of Holly Grace and Mercy.
21Upon such a sign of truce and good will,
22Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) ordered Gaius Cornelius Gallus,
23To take half of the Praetorian and return to Rome,
24To the eternal service of the people of Rome,
25And the protection of the Emperor.
26Thus Lucius Cornelius Balbus born from Alexandria,
27Did become the new praefectus praetorio pontifex,
28And protector of the Holly family,
29While his cousin Gaius Cornelius Gallus,
30Did become the new praefectus praetorio of Rome,
31Under Emperor Octavius Augustus.
32So it was upon such mutual faith,
33And the great wealth of the mines of Britannia,
34The Cuilliaéan continued to become,
35The wealthiest house of the Roman Empire.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and seventy six years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (24 BCE),
4The Holly King Cú-Roi(n) did proclaim,
5His son Cú-Cúileann also known as Joseph (Yasiah),
6Be a gift of the Divine Creator and all heaven,
7Destined to become the greatest of all Holly Kings,
8While his mother Queen Luacháil also known as Esa,
9The grand daughter of the Great Prophet Zadokiah,
10Did vision Cú-Cúileann to be a savior of the world,
11Thus at age four Cú-Cúileann (Joseph) was taken to Glastonbury,
12To begin his education midst the greatest library of ancient truth,
13Not by ancient poems but the most ancient scrolls of the world.
14A brilliant student was Cú-Cúileann that by eight years,
15He could speak and write the major languages Of the Empires,
16And could speak upon the ancient history of man,
17Of science and civil matters,
18Of religions and divination of the stars.
19His father the Holly King did seek his son to be tested,
20Before he planned to take him upon a great journey,
21To visit their estates of Hispania and Southern Gaul,
22And then to Rome and unto Alexandria and Jerusalem.
23Thus Cú-Cúileann of eight years,
24Was summonsed to stand in the Great Hall of Tara,
25Before a great council of priests and scribes.
26There the druids and the court were then amazed,
27At the knowledge and skill of young Cú-Cúileann,
28To answer and reason as fine as any master druid.
29When they had finished examining him,
30Cú-Cúileann also known as Joseph (Yasiah),
31Did ask and was granted permission for three questions.
32Cú-Cúileann did then ask his first question,
33Saying Father if we be so wise and ancient of priests,
34Why do we not use all our skills to help the world?
35To which the King replied because we are not gods,
36And so do not interfere in the affairs of men.
37In reply Cú-Cúileann did ask his second question,
38Saying if we be men and live and trade as men,
39Why do we not use our wealth to help those who have none?
40To which the King replied because to give without knowledge,
41Is fruitless for unless a man seeks to better himself,
42No alms shall better his cause or those of his family.
43In reply Cú-Cúileann did ask his third question,
44Father are you not the one true pharaoh?
45Are you not the Great Prophet of the Divine Creator?
46And the Pontifex Maximus of the whole Roman Empire?
47And the blood of Da'vid and the messiah kings?
48Why do you not claim your birthright and order men to obey?
49The King replied that even to heaven no respect is shown,
50For men have made themselves gods,
51Yet ignorant of the smallest things,
52Knowing not from whence they come.
53Alas I fear even now you are formidable,
54Thus never again shall you ask a question in court,
55Until you are king.
56For the wisdom I fear most,
57Is the truth of such a child.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and eighty years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (20 BCE),
4Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) also known as Adoniah,
5The Great Prophet of Yeb and Pontifex Maximus,
6Did travel with his son Cú-Cúileann also known as Joseph (Yasiah),
7And protected by his Praetorian Guard,
8To the Provincial Capital of Nimes in southern Gaul,
9To be received by Marcus Vespanius Agrippa on behalf of Augustus.
10There, Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
11Did dedicate the new Temple complex in honor of Octavius,
12Before travelling north up the Rhone River to the lands formerly of the Averni,
13Now granted in perpetuity as private property of the Holly.
14Upon a major fork in the River the Holly High King as Pontifex Maximus,
15Did dedicate a new city to be known as Lucifier (Lyons),
16Meaning in the traditional tongue of the Holly,
17As the place where good fortune is forged and fired,
18And a sacred temple city to be administered by the Holly,
19For the minting of coin for the whole Empire,
20No longer by merchants and moneylenders,
21But dedicated priests sworn to life of austerity.
22Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
23And his son accompanied by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
24With the Praetorian and several legions,
25Did then return to Rome to be greeted by Augustus Octavius,
26Who had overcome grievous illness and was saved,
27Not by the superstitious blood letters of Rome,
28But the Yahudi Therapeutae of Macedonia.
29Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus in Rome,
30Did then bless and dedicate the Pantheon as the new Temple,
31For the Divine Creator and all the lesser gods,
32Before then travelling again with Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
33To Alexandria to see its wonders of the world.
34There in Alexandria Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) implored,
35The priests and scribes to honor the reign of Augustus,
36And to support the reform of the Roman Empire,
37Before travelling to the Temple of Leontopolis,
38To visit Eliah and the priests of Yeb.
39There at Leontopolis High King Cú-Roi(n),
40Did agree to give the hand of his son Joseph (Yasiah),
41To the newborn daughter or Eliah and Anna,
42Whose name was Mariah when she come of age.
43Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) did then travel east to Jerusalem,
44Accompanied again by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
45Unto the court of King Herodas and the Temple of the Ark.
46While the Great Temple of Herod was not yet complete,
47Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus did bless it and dedicate it,
48As the second great mint for coin of the Roman Empire,
49To be administered by Yahudi Holly priests and not priests of Baal Hamon,
50For Herodas was ordered to cease all forms of sacrifice,
51That the blood of children or animals not desecrate the temple.
52Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) then granted Herodas,
53A sizeable treasure as a gift of good will,
54Before commissioning the construction of Bethesda,
55To the east wall of the city,
56And the city of Sepphoris to the north,
57Along the great trade routes of Galilee.
58In response Herodas offered to execute Zachariah,
59And all his troublesome priests at Qumran,
60To which King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
61Did seek the pledge of Herodas that not a single hair of Zachariah,
62Be injured upon penalty of death to whomever so seek an act,
63As the punishment for Zachariah from Heaven be a long bitter life,
64Without heir or fortune.

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1The plans by Emperor Augustus Octavius,
2To end the cycle of inflation and poverty and rebellion,
3That had cursed and plagued Rome under the merchants,
4By bestowing the forming of coin as a sacred task of Holly priest,
5Did quickly take hold across the Empire.
6The skill of the Cuilliaéan smith did produce coin,
7Of perfect weight and form and design,
8That no merchant could fraud or deface without detection,
9As the powerful merchant families became the only moneylenders (bankers).
10The alliance of Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
11And as Adoniah the Great Prophet of Yeb,
12Did bring peace to the many of the great tribes of Celts,
13And competence to the administration of the Empire,
14An alliance between the pirates and the priests,
15Destined to be smashed and reformed in many centuries to come,
16While some tribes still refused to yield to peace with Rome.
17Even the priests of Baal Hamon,
18Exiled from control of the Temple of Jerusalem,
19Did yield to the grand alliance,
20And profess themselves as Yahudi,
21And claim to repudiate their ancient ways to Moloch.
22Thus a strange and lingering peace did descend for a time,
23As more men tilled the soil and crafted and traded and prospered.
24In honor of such peace Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
25Continued to preside upon religious duties and ceremonies,
26In the restoration of Dies Lentum (Lent),
27As the great month of fasting and austere reflection,
28First introduced by Zadokiah,
29During the month of February beginning with Dies Natalis,
30As the Days of remembrance of the Birth of Rome,
31Then the Dies Parentalis as the Days of Ancestors,
32Then Dies Manes (Demanes or Demons) as the Days of the honored dead,
33Followed by Dies Festum as the great month of celebration,
34Of joy and festivity and song and merriment.
35Thus Cú-Cúileann the son of Holly King Cú-Roi(n),
36Also known as Joseph (Yasiah),
37The Divine Royal Highness (A-Rama-Theo),
38Falsely written as Arimethea,
39Did witness more of the world,
40Than any Holly Prince had ever done before.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and eighty three years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (17 BCE),
4Upon the birth of Lucius Vipsanius Agrippa,
5As the second son to Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
6And his wife Julia the only child and daughter of Augustus Octavius,
7Emperor Augustus Octavius declared Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
8To be his eldest adopted son and only heir,
9Thus depriving his stepson Tiberius Claudius Nero through marriage,
10And enraging his wife and mother of Tiberius named Livia Drusilla.
11Upon the attempts by Livia Drusilla to encite rebellion in the Senate,
12Against the granting of co-equal powers to Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
13Emperor Augustus Octavius reluctantly banished her to Capri,
14And Tiberius Claudius Nero to Spalatum (Split) on the Illryian coast.
15Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa then set about restructuring the administration,
16Of the empire beginning with Gaul by establishing three new Provinces,
17The first being Gallia Belgica of the lands of north of Gaul and Netherlands,
18With its new Capital at Courtorum (Rheims) meaning the origin and arisen,
19The second being Gallia Aquitania of the lands of western Gaul,
20With its new Capital at Burdigala (Bordeaux),
21And the third being Gallia Lucifer of the lands of the center and south of Gaul,
22With its Capital at Lucifer (Lyons) meaning the source of good fortune.
23Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
24Did reform the worship and rituals of Mithra,
25And Roman liturgy with the first issue of the Missalum (Missal),
26And the formal ritual and ceremony of Missa (Mass),
27Which forbid actual rituals of sacrifice and cannibalism,
28And any simulated such rituals of cannibalism,
29Or any worship of blood and flesh,
30As an abomination against the Divine and the gods.
31Instead the sacred Missalum (Missal) and Missa (Mass),
32Did celebrate the respect and honor of self sacrifice,
33Of duty and honor to family and Rome.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and eighty seven years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (13 BCE),
4Cú-Cúileann at fourteen years,
5Also known as Joseph (Yasiah),
6Did accompany his father back to Palestine,
7To witness the grand construction of Sepphoris,
8Which Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as the Great Prophet Adoniah,
9Had pronounced it to become a city of light,
10And a restoration of the highest of learning and ideals,
11In honor of the ancient memory of Eliada and of Alexandria,
12And to officiate as Pontifex Maximus,
13The blessing of Caesarea Maritima upon the coast,
14Named in honor of Augustus Octavius,
15Built over ten years by King Herodas.
16Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) planned to remain at Bethesda,
17And at Sepphoris for winter before the formal dedication,
18Of the Great Temple Mint of Mithra at Jerusalem,
19Yet was summonsed by Augustus Octavius,
20To return to Italy and Campania,
21Upon the sudden death of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
22The beloved named heir and adopted son of the Emperor.
23Octavius commissioned the greatest funeral,
24Rome had yet seen and ordered Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
25Be placed in his own mausoleum as a rightful Emperor.
26For months Augustus Octavius was inconsolable,
27Until Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) as Pontifex Maximus,
28With support of Praetorian Prefect Gaius Cornelius Gallus,
29Did convince the Emperor to allow the return of Livia Drusilla,
30And her son Tiberius Claudius Nero to Rome,
31For the sake of Rome,
32And the fragile peace that still held across the Empire,
33That it may live a little longer.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and eighty nine years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (11 BCE),
4The return of Livia Drusilla and her sons,
5Tiberius Claudius Nero and Decimus Claudius Drusus,
6Created an uneasy tension across Rome,
7Even if the succession to the Empire appeared more stable.
8Livia Drusilla convinced Augustus Octavius to appoint Drusus,
9Head of the northern Armies in Germania,
10And that Tiberius Claudius Nero marry Julia the daughter of Augustus,
11And widow of beloved Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa,
12That the grandsons of the Emperor,
13Whose names were Gaius Vipsanius Agrippa and Lucius Vipsanius Agrippa,
14Had the protection of a father.
15Thus Tiberius Claudius Nero and Julia the Elder,
16Were forced into an unhappy marriage.
17In the same year,
18Lucius Cornelius Balbus the loyal Praetorian prefect,
19To the Pontifex Maximus did give up the ghost.
20The position of Praetorian Prefect and protector of Pontifex Maximus,
21Did then befall to his son whose name was Lucius Cornelius Sulla,
22In honor of their brave and honorable ancestor.
23In the Great Age of the Ram,
24Eleven hundred and ninety years,
25Since the dawn of the Great Age (10 BCE),
26Holly High King Cú-Roi(n) also known as Conaire Mor,
27The living foundation stone of the Divine,
28Of the most ancient Cuilliaéan,
29And blood descendant of the priests of Ebla,
30And blood descendant of the priests of Ur,
31And blood descendant of the priest-kings of the Hyksos,
32And blood descendant of the priests of Ugarit,
33And the only true blood descendants of King Da’vid,
34And the Messiah Kings of Yahuda,
35Also known as Adoniah and Great Prophet of Yeb,
36Also known as Pontifex Maximus,
37Did give up the ghost.
38The crown of Holly High King and the Marble Throne of Amen-Ra,
39And the title of Great Prophet of Yeb,
40And the title of Pontifex Maximus,
41Did befall to his son Cú-Cúileann,
42Also known as Yasiah (Joseph),
43As the thirty first Great Prophet of Yeb.
44Upon news of the death of Holly High King Cú-Roi(n),
45Emperor Augustus Octavius again was in mourning.
46Livia Drusilla then summonsed Yasiah (Joseph) to Rome,
47Where she demanded he surrender the title of Pontifex Maximus,
48To which Holly King Cú-Cúileann did reply,
49That such title was granted in perpetuity to the Great Prophets,
50And not within the power of an Empress to seize.
51Enraged by such refusal Livia Drusilla did then commission a statue,
52Of Augustus Octavius as Pontifex Maximus,
53Then installed within the Forum,
54As a symbol to pressure the Senate to request Augustus,
55To seize the title from the Holly.
56Upon news of the actions of Livia Drusilla,
57Against the young Great Prophet Yasiah (Joseph),
58Octavius ordered the statue be destroyed and forbid Livia Drusilla,
59To discuss religious affairs of the Empire.
60Instead Livia Drusilla had the statue taken down by her guard,
61And secretly buried for some future use,
62Which never came again in the lifetime of Augustus.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and eighty nine years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (9 BCE),
4After untold cruelty and waste,
5General Decimus Claudius Drusus,
6Did give up the ghost in Germania,
7When his generals claimed he fell from his horse.
8Livia Drusilla was overcome with rage,
9And demanded the execution of every general,
10Of the armies of the north as punishment,
11Yet the tiring Augustus Octavius spared his generals,
12And elevated Tiberius to co-emperor,
13To appeal for some peace against the schemes of Livia Drusilla.
14Yet Tiberius Claudius Nero was not only inept at war,
15But the very worst of administrators and soon,
16The supplies and management of Rome was in chaos,
17Causing a crisis and famine for the city and Italy.
18The people of Rome hated Tiberius and Livia Drusilla,
19Yet feared them and especially Livia Drusilla for her temper and cruelty,
20Yet now in hunger and disgust they openly mocked Tiberius as Oedipus,
21And his mother as Jocasta of the Graecian myths.
22Yet rather than addressing the starving and sick of Rome,
23Tiberius and his mother staged him a lavish entrance to Rome,
24With Tiberius arriving as if the conquering hero,
25Proclaiming victory against mythical enemies in mythical battles,
26For which the starving people of Rome knew as fraud.
27Facing open rebellion and the collapse of Rome from Rome itself,
28Emperor Augustus Octavius banished Livia Drusilla to Capri again,
29And demoted Tiberius Claudius Nero to prefect of the eastern provinces,
30And to the city of Caesarea Maritima on the Palestinian coast.
31Augustus Octavius then appointed Praetorian Prefect Gaius Cornelius Gallus,
32As the first Nasci (Protector of Rome) for fifty years,
33To repair the damage of Tiberius and Livia Drusilla.
34Within the year Gaius Cornelius Gallus had restored order,
35And the safety and regularity of supplies to Rome.
36Yet worked himself to exhaustion and died soon after.
37Grief stricken Augustus Octavius appointed Gaius Cornelius Lentulus,
38The son of Gaius Cornelius Gallus the Praetorian Prefect,
39As well as Nasci and Protector of Rome,
40Falsely known as Lucius Aelius Sejanus,
41By the liars and scribes for hire in years to come.
42Augustus Octavius did then call upon all Praetorian to swear a sacred vow,
43To protect Rome and the honor of the Senate and Imperial Offices,
44That no tyrant be permitted to threaten or destroy Rome from within.

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1Since the ascension of young Cú-Cúileann as Holly High King,
2And as Yasiah (Joseph) the Great Prophet of Yeb,
3And still the Pontifex Maximus,
4False prophet Zechariah the arch-enemy of his father,
5Single minded in his hatred of all who betrayed his ambitions,
6Fermented madness and bitterness and falsities,
7Amongst the acolytes of the caves of Qumran,
8Did seek to reach out and seek an audience with Yasiah.
9Qumran had become the center site of anti Roman propaganda,
10Carefully coded in Aramaic and Greek to all who could read,
11Yet never in Hebrew a language not yet created,
12Until the Aryan Empire of Persia in centuries to come,
13Nor of the writings of Josephus ben Matthias not yet born.
14For only the most wicked of liars and merchants,
15Could devise such frauds to claim otherwise.
16There at Bethesda under the watchful eye of the Praetorian,
17Zechariah asked the young Cú-Cúileann,
18Of what destiny behold the good priest or wicked priest,
19When the world comes to an end?
20Young Cú-Cúileann as the Great Prophet Yasiah (Joseph) replied,
21That for every calamity claimed as the will of the Divine,
22One may find equally the mind or hand of Man.
23Zechariah was enraged by such skill and pushed further,
24Declaring that the Divine Creator will truly destroy the world,
25And all men will die and be judged,
26And those found wanting shall be punished for eternity,
27For the world has become obsessed in the love of money as god,
28That the world was drowning in evil,
29And the worship of flesh and pleasure.
30To which Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph) responded,
31The only true evil is willful ignorance,
32For if it be the will of heaven to end the world,
33And the Divine to reveal itself to be a hateful god,
34And thus a jealous god and a lesser god,
35Than the one who created all of existence,
36Then there would be signs and prophecies,
37And a messenger at the last days to speak to such signs.
38Verily unless such prophecies and messenger be foretold,
39Then all talk of the vengeance of the Divine,
40Must be the musings of bitter men, not the gods.
41Zechariah screamed against such words of challenge,
42And again Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph) demanded proof,
43Till Zechariah relented and said that such signs will come in the heavens,
44That the earth will shake and the crops wither and animals will die,
45And wells will become poison and neighbour will fight neighbour,
46And the last messiah to come to the people will be from ancient priests,
47Of the Yahudi lines of Akhenaten and Elijiah and Isaiah and Jeremiah,
48Yet will be from the priests that keep the covenant,
49And not those that have strayed.
50Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph) did then reply,
51That it be not for men to decide when Divine speaks,
52Nor choose the will of Heaven,
53But the one true Divine Creator who chooses such grace,
54Thus it may well come to pass that by some miracle,
55The seed of Zechariah emerges as the messiah of such prophecy.
56Yet no word of prophecy be arbitrary,
57Especially when signs of the heavens be claimed.
58Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph) did then proceed to discuss,
59The operation of the stars and the heavens,
60Of astronomy and seasons and signs,
61Which angered Zechariah even further,
62For the false priests of Qumran had lost the knowledge of the stars.
63Thus Zechariah and the priests departed,
64Even more convinced they alone,
65Be the saviors of the world,
66And the final arbiters of the will of God.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Eleven hundred and ninety six years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (4 BCE),
4Herod the Great gave up the ghost,
5And darkness appeared across Jerusalem.
6Upon the treachery of Aenas (Antipas) even against his own father,
7Archelas had been made sole heir to Nabatea,
8Against his older brother Aenas (Antipas) and younger brother Philipas.
9Yet Philipas Agrippa had already made a close alliance with Cú-Cúileann,
10As the Great Prophet Yasiah (Joseph) and Pontifex Maximus.
11Archelas his son did request Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph),
12Conduct a lavish funeral for his father,
13As Aenas (Antipas) sought every stone unturned to impede his brothers.
14First he sought an alliance with Zachariah,
15Against Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph) yet failed to win popular support.
16Thus at the funeral for his own father,
17Aenas (Antipas) ordered his own troops to dress as guards of Archelas,
18To begin slaughtering mourners on false pretences.
19Chaos and riots quickly ensued as people enraged by such sacrilege,
20Blamed Archelas while the troops of Archelas hunted down,
21And killed the false assassins.
22Aenas (Antipas) then retreated to beseech Tiberius Claudius Nero,
23Exiled to Caesarea Maritima by the Emperor,
24That he urgently send troops to Jerusalem to protect the Roman Mint,
25And the sacred Ark of the Covenant against the madness of Archelas.
26Tiberius Claudius Nero then dispatched Publius Quinctilius Varus,
27On the premise of establishing law and order.
28Yet Publius Quinctilius Varus was heavy handed and brutal,
29And slaughtered thousands of people for no good cause,
30Until the troops of Archelas were forced to defend the people,
31And destroy one of the legions of Varus.
32Before complete civil war erupted Holly King Cú-Cúileann,
33As Yasiah (Joseph) and Pontifex Maximus,
34Demanded that Publius Quinctilius Varus stand down,
35On account of the intrigue and treachery of Aenas (Antipas).
36Emperor Augustus Octavius did then summons,
37Holly High King Cú-Cúileann and Archelaus and Tiberius,
38To Rome to give account of the uprising,
39At which time Antipas took the absence of his brother,
40As a chance to seize Jerusalem until he was forced to retreat.
41Yasiah (Joseph) and Pontifex Maximus did give account,
42And exonerated Tiberius and Varus of any blame,
43As well as Archelas for the actions of his brother Aenas (Antipas).
44Emperor Augustus Octavius then considered the decision,
45Of war against Aenas (Antipas) located at Petra,
46And holding the loyalty of the Bedouin tribesmen,
47And Nabatean arabic militia.
48Instead Yasiah (Joseph) suggested that Aenas (Antipas) be recognized,
49While a new kingdom made of the surrounds of Jerusalem,
50Called Idumea and granted to Archelas,
51While Philipas Agrippa be granted a kingdom called Galilea.
52Thus the brothers would be separated,
53While Rome still kept strong allies in Palestine and Arabia.
54The Emperor impressed as the wisdom of such a king,
55And Great Prophet and Pontifex Maximus at twenty four years,
56Did agree and Archelas returned as king of Idumea.
57Thus Yasiah (Joseph) as Pontifex Maximus,
58Remained with his Praetorian in Rome,
59And conducted his first official ceremonies at the request of Augustus,
60As Tiberius was reunited with the only love of his life at Capri.

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1In the Great Age of the Ram,
2Twelve hundred years,
3Since the dawn of the Great Age (0 BCE),
4Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph) at twenty eight,
5The Great Prophet of Yeb and Pontifex Maximus,
6Did wed Mariah (Mary) aged sixteen,
7The daughter of Eliah the High Priest of Leontopolis,
8Also known as Chi-Rho (Cairo).
9An important wedding of great note,
10Kings, queens and priests of many nations,
11Did come to celebrate at the Temple of Oniah,
12The Brahman from India,
13King Archelas from Idumea and King Philipas Agrippa of Galilea,
14The Magi High Priests from the East,
15The High Priests of Amen-Ra,
16High Druids from Britannia and the Sacred Isle,
17Yet none more important than the Prefect of Egypt,
18Being Emperor Augustus Octavius himself,
19Accompanied by his daughter Julia the widow of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.
20All who were invited did come to the wedding.
21All except one being the false priests and prophet Zecheriah from Qumran,
22Who dishonored all with no word or explanation for such disgrace.
23Yet less than six months after the Wedding of Joseph and Mary,
24News came from Jerusalem that Elisabeth the sister of Anna,
25The mother of Mary (Mariah),
26Who was well beyond the age of children,
27Who had been barren all her life,
28And the false prophet Zechariah well advanced in age,
29Had miraculously given birth to a boy child.
30Some of Qumran did say it was a Virgin birth,
31While others revealed the infant to be the son of shepherds,
32Purchased for thirty pieces of silver.
33They named him Yahuaniah (John),
34Also known as Johanan ben Zakkai and John the Baptist.
35Despite the production of thousands of papers from Qumran,
36And the best efforts to ferment the absurdity of a virgin birth,
37The wicked lie failed to grab hold.
38False prophet Zecheriah then did declare,
39His scribes and agents of propaganda write to all Yahudi priests,
40That this year be the year zero,
41As the heavens and the prophecies foretold,
42That rule of law be restored and people united.
43Thus some temples and priests began to accept the calendar,
44Not for the fantasies protested by Zecheriah,
45But the appeal to ancient traditions,
46And the yearning for a new world order.
47Thus the almanac of the western world,
48Under which the world has lived since,
49Was born not from the birth of a true messiah,
50But the birth of a wicked lie,
51By insane and false priests who prayed daily,
52For the world they could not control to end.
53Upon the propaganda of Zechariah,
54And the falsity of the virgin birth and year zero,
55King Archelas of Idumea was enraged.
56Whilst Zecheriah was at the Great Temple at Jerusalem,
57Soldiers of Archelaus did seize the priest and end his life.
58Upon news of such blasphemy on sacred ground,
59The Essenoi rioted across Jerusalem and Palestine.
60King Archelas did appeal that his actions be justified,
61As the Essenoi did ferment sedition against Rome,
62Yet Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph),
63The Great Prophet of Yeb and Pontifex Maximus,
64Demanded that Qumran and the family of Zechariah,
65Not be harmed nor any Essenoi that cease rebellion be killed.
66To protect the Great Temple Mint of Mithra at Jerusalem,
67Augustus Octavius appointed Titus Coponius Sabinus as Procurator,
68With three elite cohort of Roman guards for the Great Temple Mint.
69Never again did the Idumean guard the Temple,
70As King Archelas and Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
71Were once again summonsed to Rome to give account.
72Yet this time before Augustus Octavius,
73Archelas was forced to cede his kingdom to Philipas Agrippa,
74Before Yasiah (Joseph) as Pontifex Maximus.
75Thus Archelas was arrested and forced to remain in exile in Rome,
76As surety for peace with the Nabateans.
77The ageing Elisabeth did flee with her new purchased child,
78Known as Johanan ben Zakkai and John the Baptist,
79Unto Egypt and the House of Eliah and Anna at Leontopolis,
80For safety and sanctuary against the Idumeans and Romans.
81Upon news of the death of Zecheriah and the uprising of the Essenoi,
82A snake arose from Babylon called Gamaliel the Elder.

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1In the year known as 2 CE
2Twelve hundred and two years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Lucius Vipsanius Agrippa died from a terrible fever,
4At Massalia (Marseilles) in Gaul.
5Suspected by some as a victim to the poison of a loyal assassin,
6To the maniacal matriarch Livia Drusilla exiled to Capri.
7Julia the daughter of Augustus Octavius implored,
8The Emperor execute Livia Drusilla lest her only remaining son,
9Whose name was Gaius Vipsanius Agrippa,
10And Commander of the Armies to the East,
11Did also follow the fate of his younger brother.
12Yet Augustus Octavius refused on account,
13That as much as the women may despise one another,
14There be no evidence of foul play.
15In Galilee and the former lands of Shem,
16Gamaliel the Elder from Babylon continued to ferment rebellion,
17And foster support from the Essenoi proclaiming himself messiah,
18Until High Priest Simon of Qumran summonsed Gamaliel.
19Gamaliel spoke to Simon and declared that as he be without succession,
20No authority did he possess to question the teachings,
21Of a High Babylonian Priest of Mithra.
22Simon did reply that no man can demand of another,
23He worship one god or cease the worship of another,
24But that he speak the truth concerning that which he knows.
25To which Gamaliel did reply that the people be sheep,
26And the priests the shepherds,
27And that prudence demands the shepherds sometimes dress as wolves,
28To confuse the predators and to keep the sheep alert.
29For there be no greater weapons than fear and deception.

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1In the year known as 4 CE,
2Twelve hundred and four years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3King Marbodus of the Marcomanni united several Germanic tribes,
4To a region later to be known as Silesia, Saxony and Bohemia,
5As King Segimerus of the Cherusci agreed to a treaty with Augustus Octavius,
6That his son Arminius lead the Auxillary legions,
7Of the best Germanic troops in defending the Empire.
8In the same year,
9Gaius Vipsanius Agrippa the Commander of the Armies to the East,
10Did fall into great sickness and fever,
11Upon his physicians failing to heal a minor wound,
12Sustained during his campaign in Armenia.
13Upon the death of his second beloved grandson Augustus was inconsolable,
14As his daughter Julia wept for her loss and what fate now faced the world.
15After two months of mourning Augustus Octavius,
16Summonsed Tiberius and his mother Livia Drusilla back to Rome,
17Where Augustus Octavius once more announced Tiberius as heir,
18But upon several solemn conditions before the most senior Senators,
19Where Livia Drusilla and Tiberius were forced to swear,
20That Tiberius a man who had still produced no heir,
21On account of his distaste for all but one woman,
22Would adopt Nero Claudius Drusus later known as Germanicus,
23And his younger brother Tiberius Claudius Drusus later known as Claudius,
24Being the sons of his dead brother Decimus Claudius Drusus,
25As his own sons and heirs,
26And that Gaius Cornelius Lentulus would remain Nasci,
27And Protector of Rome as Praetorian Prefect,
28And finally that Livia Drusilla would be forbidden to give counsel,
29As Tiberius would have to be a judge of men and not just an obedient son.
30In the same year High Priest Simon of Qumran,
31Declared himself messiah of the Essenoi,
32As Simon Magus and the Great Simon,
33Against Gamaliel the Elder.
34In the year known as 5 CE,
35Twelve hundred and five years since the dawn of the Great Age,
36A Momentous event was divined in the heavens,
37And the coming arrival of a great comet.
38Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as the highest astrologer,
39And as Yasiah (Joseph) the Great Prophet of Yeb,
40And as Pontifex Maximus was called to give account,
41Before the Emperor and the Senate,
42For fear that such a great sign could spell impending doom.
43Yasiah (Joseph) replied to Augustus Octavius and Tiberius,
44That unlike omens of old this great sign be good fortune,
45Of a time of rebirth and renewal.
46The Emperor asked how Yasiah (Joseph) be so certain,
47To which Holly High King Cú-Cúileann replied,
48That his wife whose name was Mariah (Mary),
49Had failed to conceive for five years since their wedding night,
50Yet now be blessed by heaven with conception of a child,
51Who upon full term be due upon the most sacred of days of Dies Festum,
52And the Ides of March (14th of March),
53The birthday of Mithra and the day of Blood,
54Upon which the followers of Mithra did observe before the Passover meal.
55Upon such sign Augustus Octavius did then declare,
56Let Rome and the world celebrate the coming of such events,
57For my faith and hope be renewed.
58Whereupon the Emperor pronounced his retirement,
59And Tiberius be the new leader of the world.

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1In the year known as 6 CE,
2Twelve hundred and six years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Upon triple conjunction of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn,
4That created the brightest new star in the heavens,
5And the arrival of a great comet,
6Dignitaries and pilgrims from across the world did come to Jerusalem,
7To celebrate the birth of a new Holly Prince and future great prophet.
8Thus upon the birthday of Mithra and the eve of Passover of Mithra,
9And the Ides of March (14th March) as the Day of Blood,
10And the eve of the beginning of the celebration of Dies Festum,
11Queen Mariah (Mary) did give birth to a baby boy,
12At Bethesda to the east side of Jerusalem upon the famed mount of Olives,
13Within the great hall of the palace that had been converted into a stable,
14So that the prophecies of the return of Mithra,
15Known throughout the world would be literally fulfilled.
16There at Bethesda under the watchful eye and protection,
17Of Lucius Cornelius Sulla and the Praetorian,
18Priests and dignitaries did come from all over the known world,
19Bringing priceless treasures as homage to such a momentous birth.
20Holly High King Cú-Cúileann also known as Yasiah (Joseph),
21Did name his son Esus (Jesus) and Yahusiah and Cú-Laoch,
22Meaning the Hero of the Cuilliaéan,
23As the living foundation stone of the Divine,
24Of the most ancient Cuilliaéan,
25And blood descendant of the priests of Ebla,
26And blood descendant of the priests of Ur,
27And blood descendant of the priest-kings of the Hyksos,
28And blood descendant of the priests of Ugarit,
29And the only true blood descendants of King Da’vid,
30And the Messiah Kings of Yahuda.
31In the same year,
32Tiberius announced the formation of a special treasury,
33Called the Aerarium Militare to pay a reward to veterans,
34And the loyalty of the troops to Rome and the new Emperor.
35The tutor and lifelong advisor of Tiberius named Lucius Seius Strabo,
36Had estimated that if Rome imposed uniform laws of taxes,
37And the registration of property and goods in provinces not yet taxed,
38Then such a generous offering be well afforded.
39Tiberius then appointed Publius Sulpicius Quirinius,
40As the new legate for Syria to form a census and raise taxes,
41And Valerius Messalla Messallinus to Dalmatia and Pannonia,
42To also make a census and raise taxes,
43And Tiberius Quinctilius Varus to Germania to do the same.
44Yet Tiberius had greatly erred not only in the heavy handed demands,
45But in the brutal methods of his legates,
46That Arminus of the Cherusci revolted in Germania,
47And King Bato of the Daesitiate rebelled in Illyricia,
48And Gamaliel with Arabian fighters led resistance in Syria.
49Within a few months rebellion was rising across the Empire,
50From legions promised their reward not yet paid,
51And rebel leaders now challenging key provinces.
52Once again and for the third time Augustus Octavius,
53Was forced from retirement and once again Livia Drusilla,
54Was exiled back to Capri.
55Yet Augustus Octavius did not send Tiberius away,
56But instead demanded he repair the damage wrought,
57By leading the army beginning with Illyria.
58Thus Tiberius with Marcus Valerius Messallinus,
59Faced real danger and hostility against forces,
60Of more than one hundred thousand warriors.

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1Following the birth of Jesus (Esus) also known as Cú-Laoch in the year 6 (CE),
2Holly High King Cú-Cúileann also known as Yasiah (Joseph),
3And Queen Mariah (Mary) did have five other children.
4The second child was named Matia (Martha),
5Later acquiring the name Salome,
6When she herself became a Queen of Nabatea.
7The third eldest was James the brother of Jesus,
8Also known as Yacobiah (Jacob) and James the Just.
9The fourth child was known as Jose which means Joseph.
10The fifth child was named Iudas also known as Jude,
11And Thomas which means twin.
12The last child was known as Miriam also known as Mary.
13These be the six children of Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
14Also known as Yasiah (Joseph),
15And Queen Mariah (Mary).

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1In Galilee and into Syria Gamaliel the Elder,
2Found through the Bedouin Tribe known as the Sicari,
3The perfect terrorists with which to promote his vision.
4Known as the most ruthless and deadly of assassins,
5Gamaliel the Elder secured an alliance with their leader,
6Who proclaimed himself Iudiah of Galilee and a prophet to his people.
7To the Romans the followers of Gamaliel became known as the Zealots,
8A fanatical and insane cult driven by themselves as victims,
9Who respected nothing of law or honor or culture,
10And who viewed all form of deception and trickery as their right.
11Instead of attacking seasoned Roman guards,
12Gamaliel and the Zealots attacked innocent people,
13Themselves dressed as Romans to ferment division and fear.
14Gamaliel even arranged for constant attacks against his own people,
15Using elite Sicari dressed as Nabatean and Romans,
16To perpetuate the climate of fear of victims,
17And reinforce the lie of a people cursed by the gods,
18And unjustly hated by all races of men.
19Thus the invention of Gamaliel of a people united only in hate and fear,
20With no history but lies led by leaders who despised them,
21And tricked them with constant falsities of fear and attack was born,
22A philosophy of madness that came to be known as Zionism.
23In the year known as 7 CE,
24Twelve hundred and seven years since the dawn of the Great Age,
25The danger of the Sicari around Sepphoris and Jerusalem,
26Had become too great for the Holly family.
27Prateorian prefect Lucius Cornelius Sulla warned,
28The climate of fear and uncertainty gripped Rome,
29As Augustus Octavius sought to repair once again the damage of Tiberius.
30Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as Yasiah (Joseph),
31And Queen Mariah (Mary) and the baby Jesus (Cú-Laoch),
32Did then return to the Royal House of Glastonbury,
33To the island of Britannia recognized by Rome in perpetuity to the Holly.
34There Holly High King Cú-Cúileann did help raise several legions,
35To aid Rome in its war in Illyria.
36Despite the skill and forces of Marcus Valerius Messallinus,
37The war against King Bato and the Daesitiate was failing,
38As Tiberius proved himself even worse a general than administrator.
39Augustus Octavius then did appoint the young Nero Claudius Drusus,
40As commander of the second mass army,
41Raised from Britanni and Gaul to fight independently.
42The strategy succeeded and within a few months,
43The rebellion of Illyria was crushed,
44After more than 200,000 men had lost their lives in the war.
45In the year known as 9 CE,
46Twelve hundred and nine years since the dawn of the Great Age,
47Marcus Valerius Messallinus as Governor of Dalmatia and Pannonia,
48Was rewarded for his victory with his son Marcus Valerius Barbatus,
49As the new Procurator of the Great Temple Mint of Mithra at Jerusalem,
50As Titus Coponius Sabinus was promoted to Procurator,
51Of the Great Temple Mint of Lucifer (Lyons).
52There in the sacred city of Lucifer (Lyons),
53The wife of Titus Coponius Sabinus,
54Whose name was Vespasia Polla,
55Gave birth to a son whose name was Titus Coponius Vespasianus,
56Later known as Titus Flavius Vespasianus and Lucifer.
57In the same year as Tiberius was forced to Germania,
58King Arminus of the Cherusci destroyed four Roman legions,
59Led by Publius Quinctilius Varus at Teutoburg Forest.
60Yet the arrival of Nero Claudius Drusus and his army,
61Rallied the survivors and within two years the Cherusci were defeated.
62Thereafter Nero Claudius Drusus became known as Germanicus.

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1In the year known as 10 CE,
2Twelve hundred and ten years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3At the Holly Grounds of Sacred Glastonbury,
4Queen Mariah (Mary) did give birth to her third child,
5Named James also known as Yacobiah (Jacob) and James the Just.
6Whilst at Glastonbury Holly High King Cú-Cúileann (Joseph),
7Ordered that the finest manuscripts and ancient documents,
8Be brought to Glastonbury for the tutoring of his son Jesus (Cú-Laoch).
9Already at aged five Jesus was a brilliant student,
10Natural at languages on account of the travel and people,
11At the Holly Court of Glastonbury.
12At the earliest age of six,
13Jesus could speak no less than five ancient languages,
14From Greek to Latin and the ancient tongue of the Holly (proto-Gaelic),
15And the languages of the Aramaic tribes,
16Yet of all the languages that fascinated him the most,
17Jesus was obsessed in the hieroglyph of the Egyptians.
18Thus Holly High King Cú-Cúileann (Joseph) summonsed,
19All the most ancient manuscripts of hieroglyph be brought to Glastonbury,
20Some even as ancient as his ancestors the Hyksos Kings.
21There at Glastonbury Jesus devoured every hieroglyph manuscript,
22Of the history of his ancestors and the world,
23From the most ancient times of Ebla and the Poets,
24The birth of Babel (Babylon) and the Hyksos,
25And the great works of his ancestor Akhenaten,
26And the Great Prophets of Yeb (Elephantine),
27And the destruction of the Yahudi Messiah Kings,
28Whose blood did run through his veins.
29Even the Holly High King as a man well known for his wisdom,
30Did find debate with his son Jesus (Cú-Laoch) as a great challenge,
31Not for the complexity of subject but simplicity of argument.
32Like the brilliance of Socrates and Plato and Aristotle before him,
33Jesus knew the power of the right question and the simplest of queries.
34As his father and tutors offered answers of history and complexity,
35Jesus continued to ask why to the mind of men to be their worst enemies,
36Why were civilizations seemingly doomed to repeat the lessons of history,
37Why did priests deem themselves righteous judges,
38In deciding the mind of the Divine Creator,
39And what to teach and what to hold secret,
40When the Rule of Law and Golden Rule speaks of all men being equal.
41To these and many questions neither his father or tutors,
42Did provide the answers sought by Jesus (Cú-Laoch).
43In the year known as 12 CE,
44Twelve hundred and twelve years since the dawn of the Great Age,
45As Augustus Octavius was sick with advanced age and weight of rule,
46And the Empire had returned to order,
47The Emperor restored once again Tiberius as his heir.
48Tiberius then arrived to Rome via a grand triumph,
49Which Livia Drusilla arranged with loyal Senators,
50To celebrate Tiberius as the victor of Illyria and Germania,
51At the expense of his adopted son Germanicus.

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1In the year known as 14 CE,
2Twelve hundred and fourteen years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Emperor Augustus Octavius did give up the ghost.
4Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as Pontifex Maximus,
5Also known as Yasiah (Joseph) the Great Prophet of Yeb,
6Did return to Rome to oversee the rituals and mourning,
7Of a man that had brought a longer peace,
8Than any leader of Rome for two hundred years.
9Yet even before the period of official mourning had ended,
10Livia Drusilla could not contain herself,
11And Julia the elder the only biological child of Augustus,
12Died suddenly in her sleep,
13And soon after Vipsania Julia the eldest granddaughter of Augustus.
14Rome itself was thrust from mourning to deep panic and fear,
15As Praetorian Prefect Gaius Cornelius Lentulus,
16And Nasci and Protector of Rome was helpless to act,
17Unless Livia Drusilla openly moved against the Senate and the people.
18Livia Drusilla through Tiberius then called upon Publius Sulpicius Quirinius,
19The Legate of Syria and infamous for his brutal methods,
20To return to Rome to be promoted as Consul,
21Replaced by Quintus Caecilius Metellus Creticus Silanus.
22In Rome Livia Drusilla called on Quirinius to move against the Praetorian,
23To which Quirinius did reply that the Praetorian be too powerful,
24And held the favor of all the legions the people and the priests,
25And unless such favor be weakened then the Nasci could not be seized.
26At the conclusion of the official period of mourning,
27Tiberius and Livia Drusilla summonsed Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
28At a meeting with Senators and loyalists of Livia Drusilla,
29Where Livia Drusilla demanded Yasiah (Joseph) swear a High Oath,
30Of loyalty and allegiance to Tiberius as the Son of God.
31Yasiah (Joseph) replied that his pledge remained,
32To the people of Rome as their Pontifex Maximus,
33And to all Celts as the Holly High King,
34And to the Divine Creator of all as Great Prophet of Yeb.
35Thus no greater pledge is needed to be given,
36For if the people of Rome through the Senate choose Tiberius,
37Then he does still remain a loyal servant.
38Enraged Livia Drusilla did curse such words as the artful tongue,
39Of a Cuilliaéan Priest known throughout history,
40As the most arrogant and skilled at inventing words.
41Yet Lucius Seius Strabo the personal adviser and tutor to Tiberius,
42Warned him that such public attacks by his mother,
43Would give strength to his enemies,
44Upon which Yasiah (Joseph) did leave with his Praetorian guard.
45Gaius Cornelius Lentulus through Lucius Cornelius Sulla,
46Did then warn Holly High King Cú-Cúileann to leave Italy,
47For fear that Livia Drusilla did plan to end his life,
48Like so many already through her potions and assassins.
49Upon the departure of Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
50Livia Drusilla through Tiberius issued an edict,
51That the sanctity and security of Rome,
52Demanded the permanency of sacred orders,
53Thus four colleges would be formed in honor of ancient laws,
54The highest being the Collegium Pontificum (College of Pontiffs),
55Selected from the most honorable of families,
56The second being Collegium Sacris Faciundis (College of Sacred Rites),
57Being the priests responsible for performance of sacred rites,
58The third being Collegium Augurum (College of Augurs),
59Responsible for all prophecy and divinations,
60And fourth being Collegium Epulonum (College of Festivities)
61Responsible for all feasts and games.

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1In the year known as 15 CE,
2Twelve hundred and fifteen years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Matthias son of Ananus (Ananias) the High Priest,
4And former chief priest of Baal Hamon,
5Did have to a son born he named Usias,
6Also known as Joseph and later Josephus,
7And in history the name Flavius Josephus.
8For in all the history of fraud and fiction,
9No other was as ambitious nor as destructive,
10In the formation of a history so littered with absurdity,
11That removed the oldest priests from history,
12Merely to serve his merchant masters at the time.
13In the year known as 16 CE,
14Twelve hundred and sixteen years since the dawn of the Great Age,
15King Philipas Agrippa of Idumea and Galilee,
16And High Priest Ananus (Ananias) did write and plead,
17To Holly High King Cú-Cúileann also known as Yasiah (Joseph),
18For his aid against the Procurator Marcus Valerius Barbatus,
19Also known as Valerius the Gratus (exceedingly greedy),
20Who had demonstrated himself to be every bit as cruel,
21As his former mentor Publius Quinctilius Varus,
22Who had put down the rebellion at the time of the death of Herodas.
23Jesus (Cú-Laoch) also known as Yahusiah,
24The son of Holly High King Yasiah (Joseph) and Queen Mariah (Mary),
25Had continued to grow in spirit and intellect,
26As the dangers from Tiberius and his mother had subsided,
27And the business the Holly estates of Britannia and southern Gaul,
28Were as prosperous as at any other time,
29The richest man and king in the world,
30Joseph the Divine Royal Highness,
31Falsely written as Arimetheo,
32Did return to the Holly Lands of Idumea and Galilee.
33In the same year,
34Nero Claudius Drusus now known as Germanicus,
35Did lead a mass Roman army of more than 60,000 legionaries,
36To victory against the reformed Germanic army of Arminius.
37At the same time general Publius Silius Nerva,
38A loyal ally of Germanicus did put down a revolt in Illyrica.
39Upon such great victories the Senate implored Tiberius,
40He reward his son with a triumph,
41An event denied him from previous campaigns.
42Yet Tiberius resisted until Lucius Seius Strabo reminded him,
43That all glory aside the people of Rome need their heroes,
44As much as their laws to keep the peace.
45Thus Tiberius agreed and his adopted son Germanicus,
46Returned to Rome the great hero,
47Having rescued the lost standards of Vara,
48Seized by Arminius and his former Germanic army years before.

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1In the year known as 17 CE,
2Twelve hundred and seventeen years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Holly High King Cú-Cúileann also known as Yasiah (Joseph),
4Did return to Idumea and Galilea with his Queen Mariah (Mary),
5His Praetorian Guard led by Lucius Cornelius Sulla,
6And his young family including his eldest son Jesus (Yahusiah).
7Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as Pontifex Maximus,
8Did then visit Procurator Marcus Valerius Barbatus,
9Also known as Valerius Gratus at Caesarea Maritima.
10The Procurator unaccustomed to entertaining such position,
11Did speak first and inquire what interest,
12The Pontifex Maximus did have in the affairs of local priests and kings,
13To which Yasiah (Joseph) as Holly High King reminded Valerius,
14That since the time of the ancients before even the founding of Rome,
15It be custom amongst civilized peoples that the Holly speak first,
16That even Gaius Julius Caesar and Gaius Augustus Octavianus,
17Did honored this most important custom.
18Marcus Valerius Barbatus in deep regret to his offence,
19Did then implore what action he might take to mitigate his error,
20To which Holly High King Cú-Cúileann replied,
21That the position of High Priest be restored,
22To a family of honor through High Priest Ananus (Ananias).
23Soon after Marcus Valerius Barbatus replaced the high priest,
24Granting the position of high priest of the Great Temple,
25And Mint of Mithra to Caiaphas the son in law of Ananus (Ananias),
26Who then ruled the position of High Priest for eighteen years,
27Without interruption from a Prefect or Procurator again.
28In the same year,
29Following the great triumph of his adopted son Germanicus into Rome,
30Tiberius learnt of the return of Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
31To Idumea and Galilea and his intervention on behalf of Ananias.
32Livia Drusilla then suggested a plan and Tiberius recalled the Syrian legate,
33Whose name was Quintus Caecilius Metellus Creticus Silanus,
34And replaced him with Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso,
35Of the infamous Piso (Pisa) of northern Italy,
36And an exceedingly violent and cruel and arrogant man.
37Tiberius then gave Piso an offer that if he could help rid the world,
38Of Germanicus and the Pontifex Maximus,
39Then he would be rewarded with great wealth and gold.
40Tiberius then announced Germanicus as the new consul of Illyricum,
41As well as commander of the armies to the east as well as north.
42Thus Germanicus set off for his new mission and posting,
43To help rid the empire of any signs of rebellion to the east.

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1In the year known as 18 CE,
2Twelve hundred and eighteen years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Emperor Tiberius Augustus summonsed King Philipas Agrippa,
4To come to Rome with Legate Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso of Syria.
5Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso had already sent his son Marcus Calpurnius Piso,
6As emissary to King Aenas (Antipas) of Nabatea,
7With offering of peace and generous new terms.
8Yet upon approaching Rome King Philipas Agrippa received word,
9That soldiers loyal to Lucius Calpurnius Piso,
10Had killed his half brother in exile named Archelas,
11And planned to falsely arrest him for the murder.
12King Philipas Agrippa then abandoned Italy,
13And returned to Damascus to receive word,
14That his half brother King Aenas (Antipas),
15Had been falsely told by Marcus Calpurnius Piso,
16He had been murdered by his half brother Philipas Agrippa.
17Upon King Philipas Agrippa fleeing Italy before entering Rome,
18Emperor Tiberius Augustus ordered his adopted son,
19Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus to assist Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso,
20In defeating King Philipas Agrippa of Idumea and Galilea,
21And aiding the ally of Rome of King Aenas (Antipas),
22In exacting revenge for the murder.
23When Holly High King Cú-Cúileann as Pontifex Maximus,
24Also known as the Great Prophet Yasiah (Joseph) of Yeb,
25Received word of the intrigues of Tiberius and the Pisans,
26He immediately sent word to Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus,
27That King Philipas Agrippa be innocent of the accusations,
28And to delay his march until such rumors and falsities,
29Be resolved amongst the Nabatean kings,
30Lest a great region be plunged into war,
31And hundreds of thousands of brave men die for a lie.
32Holly High King Cú-Cúileann then sent his Praetorian prefect,
33Lucius Cornelius Sulla as emissary to Aenas (Antipas),
34To plead he listen to reason and cease preparing his army,
35Of over three hundred thousand for war.
36Yet King Aenas (Antipas) would not be moved,
37Even upon the entreats of the highest priest and prophet,
38As Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso through his son Marcus Calpurnius Piso,
39Had already assured King Aenus (Antipas) that he would recognize,
40A united Nabatean Kingdom and Aenas (Antipas),
41As Herod Antipas (Aenas) and great ally of Rome.
42Upon the news Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
43Also known as the Great Prophet Yasiah (Joseph) of Yeb,
44Did announce to the whole world that so certain of the innocence,
45And character of King Philipas Agrippa he be,
46That he did announce with agreement of Philipas,
47That his son Jesus (Cú-Laoch) also known as Yahusiah,
48Be betrothed to Princess Mariamne (Mary) also known as Magdalene,
49The beautiful young daughter,
50Of King Philipas Agrippa of Idumea and Galilea,
51And that when she come of age then both shall be wed.
52The news across the world of the betrothal was a shock,
53For it was the first time the Cuilliaéan had recognized,
54With such an honor as matrimony the blood of the Nabateans,
55And the bloodlines of the ancient priests of Baal-Hamon,
56And the bloodlines of the false prophets of Mithra,
57Through the blood of the Hasmoneans.
58No greater honor had the Nabatean people been bestowed,
59To know that one day one of their own become,
60A King of kings and priest of all priests.
61Thus King Aenas (Antipas) of Nabatea sent offerings,
62Of peace and goodwill towards such a historic union,
63And his army ceased its preparations,
64As Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus returning to Illyria.
65Upon news of the plan to incite civil war had failed,
66Emperor Tiberius Augustus sent word for Holly High King Cú-Cúileann,
67To come to Rome to assist in sacred duties.
68Yet Cú-Cúileann as Pontifex Maximus politely declined,
69Saying that such a visit and call to ceremony,
70Risk usurping the works the emperor had already decreed,
71Through the Collegium Pontificum and Collegium Sacris Faciundis,
72And the Collegium Epulonum and the sacred rites already assigned.
73Caiphas the High Priest to the Great Temple of Mithra at Jerusalem,
74And the former priests of Baal-Hamon did then suggest,
75To celebrate the betrothal of Prince Jesus (Yahusiah),
76To Princess Mariamne (Mary) also known as Magdalene,
77That a great ecumenical council of all faiths be called to Jerusalem,
78To bear witness to the extraordinary talents of Jesus,
79For the fame and wonder of young Jesus and his knowledge of languages,
80And particular the ancient hieroglyph wisdom of the Hyksos kings,
81Had already become legendary throughout the halls and libraries of the world.
82So it was that the greatest ecumenical council of religions,
83Yet assembled in the history of the civilized world,
84Was convened to bear witness to the treasures of Jesus.
85Caiphas the High Priest of Mithra did commence to proceedings,
86By asking Jesus (Yahusiah) of his knowledge of Mithraism,
87And which faith best represent the highest path to truth,
88To which Jesus did reply that any faith which respects the truth of prophets,
89And honors the rule of law and justice be worthy,
90For there are many paths to the Divine but only one true source.
91Other senior priests from the known world did then ask,
92To hear the twelve year old prince speak to them in their own tongue.
93For each question Jesus did reply with great wisdom,
94That the priests began speaking to themselves that truly he be,
95The reincarnation of the greatest of all prophets and savior for the world.
96Finally the priests of Amen-Ra asked Jesus of the greatest knowledge,
97That he had deciphered from the texts of the ancient Hyksos kings,
98To which Jesus did reply to love one another as much as you love the Divine,
99For we may be many but we also be one and this be the greatest wisdom.

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1In the year known as 19 CE,
2Twelve hundred and nineteen years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Upon the announcement of the betrothal of Prince Jesus (Yahusiah),
4To Nabatean and Hasmonean Princess Mariamne (Mary),
5The Sicarii leader Iudiah of Galilee pledged a blood oath of his people,
6To protect the House of Holly High King Cú-Cúileann Yasiah (Joseph).
7Thus the lands of Galilee around Sepphoris,
8Became impregnable against attack from any force,
9But the Nabateans themselves.
10Gamaliel the Elder was enraged at losing all of his Zealot army,
11And so sought an alliance with his former enemy Simon Magus of Qumran.
12At Qumran both Gamaliel the Elder and Simon Magus hatched a plan,
13To counter and confuse the rising fame of Holly Prince Jesus (Yahusiah),
14With Simon Magus declaring that while priests may be in awe of knowledge,
15The people as sheep cannot discern truth from lies,
16Nor can they discern miracles from false magic.
17Gamaliel the Elder agreed that the people be no more than sheep,
18Who yearn to be led by whomever looks to be a good shepherd,
19Even if they be the most bloodthirsty wolf.
20Let us then create a religion led by wolves in sheeps clothing.
21Simon Magus did then describe his vision for such a religion,
22Saying that people believe half-truths more than knowledge,
23And false magic tricks than true miracles of divinity,
24Thus let us create a religion for the masses,
25And ignore the ancient priests of Baal and Mithra and Holly.
26Lets us create our own scriptures and stories,
27And give the masses the greatest of magic tricks,
28And the worst of nightmares and fears,
29For this is what the simplest of sheep seek,
30And the key to controlling the world.
31In the same year,
32Upon the failure of Tiberius to entrap Germanicus,
33And the questioning of his adopted son to the falsities and lies of the Pisans,
34Emperor Tiberius Augustus ordered Germanicus to Syria,
35And to arrest Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso and Marcus Calpurnius Piso,
36At their capital at Heliopolis (Antioch).
37Yet when Germanicus and his legions entered Syria,
38Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso sent his son forward to surrender,
39With word that no resistance would Germanicus meet into Heliopolis.
40Thus in respect of honorable surrender Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus,
41Did enter Heliopolis (Antioch) to arrest Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso,
42Yet that night Germanicus did suffer and die from poisoning,
43And immediately the legions in Syria and throughout the empire,
44Were in revolt at such treachery against a son of Rome.
45Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso and Marcus Calpurnius Piso,
46And the whole Pisan family were arrested in Syria,
47And returned to Rome midst the greatest outcry for years.
48Yet the night before Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso was due,
49With his son before the Senate he and his son were poisoned.
50As no one but the emperor or his mother could have caused the event,
51The air of Rome was thick with the knowledge of conspiracy.

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1In the year known as 20 CE,
2Twelve hundred and twenty years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Gnaeus Sentius Saturninus was appointed the new Legate of Syria,
4As Tiberius Claudius Drusus the stepson of Emperor Tiberius,
5Remained as sole heir to the purple robes.
6Yet neither Tiberius Augustus or Livia Drusilla were threatened,
7By Claudius as they had been by his dead brother Germanicus,
8For since his adoption he had remained afflicted by lunacy,
9And much mockery was made of his deformed movement and slow wit.
10Thus Livia Drusilla was happy to place Claudius unto the care,
11Of Praetorian Prefect Gaius Cornelius Lentulus,
12And the Nasci and Protector of Rome.
13Gaius Cornelius Lentulus then did cautiously teach Claudius,
14The knowledge of administration and strategy.
15For though Rome saw Claudius as the fool,
16Gaius Cornelius sensed the brilliance of survival,
17Of an intelligent man midst a den of hungry wolves.
18In the same year,
19The alliance between Gamaliel the Elder and Simon Magus,
20Brought forth the shepherd son purchased by Zecheriah,
21Whose name was Yahuaniah (John),
22Also known as Johanan ben Zakkai and John the Baptist,
23Now a tall and strong young man dressed in skins,
24And proclaimed him to be the true messiah of the world,
25Who could cast out demons by his words,
26And heal the sick through the blessing of the water,
27And the ritual of Baptism.
28Soon people throughout the region and even Asia,
29Began flocking to witness the miracles of the Baptist,
30As hysterical people that claimed to be possessed,
31Appeared to be cured by the words and hands of the Baptist,
32And people who claimed great illness testified to be healed.
33Gamaliel the Elder and Simon Magus even promoted further claims,
34That Yahuaniah (John) could control the weather,
35And turn dust into gold coins,
36And a few fish and loaves into a feast for thousands.
37Thus the people of the region soon forgot the stories of knowledge,
38And reason and wisdom of Jesus (Yahusiah),
39And yearned to witness the daily entertainment of miracles,
40Of John the Baptist (Johanan ben Zakkai),
41And to be scared and frightened by his sermons,
42Of a coming destruction of the world,
43By an emotional and spiteful god that loved those that followed the Baptist,
44But would subject disbelievers to an eternity of torture and hate.

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1In the year known as 21 CE,
2Twelve hundred and twenty one years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Soon after the celebration of her 79th birthday,
4Livia Drusilla became became violently ill.
5Tiberius Augustus implored that his mother grant him permission
6To seek the skill of the Holly Therapeutae to help cure her illness,
7Yet she steadfastly refused and instead sought counsel,
8From every soothsayer, auger and psychic in Rome and Italy.
9Yet none could seem to remedy her state.
10Tiberius Augustus even sought aid from his tutor Lucius Seius Strabo,
11Himself advanced with age yet even he could offer no comfort.
12Emperor Tiberius Augustus then ordered his mother be moved to Capri,
13And left Rome himself to be by her bedside.
14Thus Praetorian Prefect Gaius Cornelius Lentulus,
15Nasci and Protector of Rome became then for a time,
16The most powerful man throughout the Roman Empire.
17Yet many did resent the power of Gaius Cornelius Lentulus,
18And sought the means and way to reduce his power,
19Without causing the rage of Tiberius.
20Lucius Calpurnius Piso the wealthy tyrant and governor of Hispania,
21And brother of the executed Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso,
22Did object to many wealthy Senators,
23And sought an alliance with Lucius Visellius Varro,
24And Marcus Licinius Crassus and General Gaius Silius Aulus,
25For the right time to strike against the Praetorian Prefect.

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1In the year known as 22 CE,
2Twelve hundred and twenty two years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3Upon news of the severe illness of Livia Drusilla,
4And the retirement of Tiberius Augustus to her side at Capri,
5Holly High King Cú-Cúileann Yasiah (Joseph),
6And King Philipas Agrippa of Idumea and Galilea,
7Did conduct a lavish feast and celebration,
8For the matrimony of Prince Jesus (Yahusiah) aged sixteen,
9To Princess Mariamne also known as Mary at aged thirteen.
10Jesus (Yahusiah) objected to his father the Holly King,
11At being forced to marry a young girl he had only met once,
12And without the choice to determine his own fate and destiny.
13Yet Holly High King Cú-Cúileann Yasiah (Joseph) reminded him,
14Of the importance of his blood line and the significance of the union,
15And that their progeny would be the unity of the oldest lines,
16Of priests and kings of all civilization and history combined.
17Yet Jesus persisted saying a union without love can produce only thorns,
18Nor can a world be sustained on the strength of blood alone,
19But only upon the equality of law and truth of heart.
20Holly High King Cú-Cúileann Yasiah (Joseph) agreed with his wise son,
21But reminded him of the precarious state of the world,
22And the necessity for the Holly as custodians of the mind of the Divine,
23To renew and strengthen bonds between all priests and prophets,
24As such men as Gamaliel and Simon Magus use John the Baptist,
25As a weapon to dispense falsities and errors of law and history.
26After the ceremonies and matrimonial feast of Jesus and Mariamne,
27And on account of the age of the bride and groom,
28Being too young to consummate such union,
29Holly High King Cú-Cúileann Yasiah (Joseph) did order Jesus (Yahusiah),
30To remain in the hospitality of King Philipas Agrippa at Damascus,
31That he may become more acquainted with his beautiful new wife.
32At first Jesus resisted and protested at his father controlling his destiny.
33Yet after the first week Jesus began to acquaint himself with Mary (Mariamne),
34And within several weeks they became close friends.

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1In the year known as 22 CE,
2Twelve hundred and twenty two years since the dawn of the Great Age,
3The fame and influence of John the Baptist (Johanan ben Zakkai),
4Had grown even beyond the expectations of his puppet masters,
5In the formation of a wholly false religion,
6Based on magic tricks of awe and nightmare stories of fear.
7The speeches and words of a vengeful and jealous god,
8Did appeal to the poor and dispossessed as well as the angry,
9As they sought vengeance against Rome.
10The demands that all submit to such an intolerant and mentally ill god,
11Did also hold with the people as the Baptist be the first prophet,
12In the history of the world to demand that all priests,
13Hold themselves accountable as equal to the people,
14And not above the law.
15Yet this did not apply to Gamaliel the Elder nor Simon Magus,
16For the priests of Qumran now did hide themselves as mendicants,
17And condemned any priests who possessed wealth and did not submit,
18To absolute poverty in the service of the people.
19Thus so great was the popular belief of the masses,
20Assisted by the wickedly false testimony of paid testifiers,
21That even the priests of Baal-Hamon and Mithra,
22Felt compelled to have themselves baptized by John the Baptist.
23Even Holly High King Cú-Cúileann Yasiah (Joseph) felt great pressure,
24That he called upon his eldest son Prince Jesus (Yahusiah),
25To visit the Baptist and also be baptized.
26Upon such news Gamaliel the Elder and the priests of Qumran,
27Did spread the news of the arrival of Jesus to meet John,
28That many tens of thousand lined the banks of the River Jordan,
29To witness such a historic encounter.
30Jesus (Cú-Laoch) with a small troop of Praetorian did approach the place,
31Where John the Baptist was blessing midst the waters,
32And did kneel in respect with head bowed in the river,
33Before the baptist as witnessed by the crowd.
34Whereupon the Baptist did speak for all to hear saying,
35Cousin you grace me with your presence,
36Is it not I who should be baptized by you?
37Behold before me is the great holly messiah.
38Surely it shall be by your voice and not mine,
39That the heavens shall open and the angels anoint you themselves.
40In response Jesus did arise and look directly at the Baptist saying,
41I did not come here to dishonor nor be dishonored,
42I did not call these people to bear witness,
43But am here present on account of duty.
44If this be your will then I shall depart.
45Yet at Jesus sought to move away the Baptist seized his arm,
46And grabbed hold of his hand then holding it next to his.
47The hand of the Baptist were thick and coarse,
48Yet the hands of Jesus were smooth and manicured and a soft as a child.
49The Baptist then did speak saying,
50If you truly be the messiah worthy to lead my people,
51Then I shall baptize you and bow before you,
52For forty nights hence we shall fast,
53And if you be the anointed messenger of the Divine Creator,
54Then the angels shall give you strength and courage.
55The Baptist had therefore challenged Jesus.
56As a Prince of the most sacred and ancient bloodlines of all humanity,
57Jesus had never before slept in anything less than the softest bed,
58He had never been without a meal of the finest meats and delicacies,
59Nor had he ever been too cold or too warm,
60Or without devoted attendants to care for his every need,
61Or the fiercest Praetorian to defend him to the death.
62Yet the Baptist had been forced from the youngest of age,
63To live like a wild beast and hide from the Nabateans and Romans,
64To adapt to the harsh sun and wind and even wear animal skins.
65Yet to decline such a challenge before tens of thousands of witnesses,
66Would disgrace his father and countless ancestors,
67Even as to the dangers and uncertainties of such a challenge.
68Thus Prince Jesus also known as Yahusiah,
69Did accept the challenge of the Baptist,
70And the crowd watched as the Baptist and Jesus,
71Departed together across to the East bank of the river Jordan,
72And into the unknown wilderness and desert.

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1The first day in the wilderness the Baptist took Jesus,
2To a small grove with a fresh water stream surrounded by olive and fruit trees.
3There they did sit and pray in the manner of the ancient psalms,
4And venerations for which Jesus was familiar.
5By the end of the first day the pain of hunger had come.
6But Jesus did not speak of relief.
7Only when the Baptist did wet his lips,
8Did Jesus allow himself the touch of the water.
9The second day the Baptist repeated the same,
10As the roar of hunger did churn in the belly of Jesus.
11By the third day the hunger had been replaced by a lightness of head,
12That made the eyes of Jesus feel heavy.
13Then John the Baptist did take Jesus to an exposed dusty plain,
14Where only a solitary bush sprung from the earth.
15There the Baptist sat and began picking the berries from the bush,
16Giving an equal portion to Jesus.
17Upon consuming the berries Jesus did become violently ill,
18Yet the Baptist also consumed the berries but did not become sick.
19Thus as the Baptist remained seated in the morning and the evening,
20To eat the berries Jesus too did eat.
21By the seventh day the fair skin of Jesus was scorched and blistered,
22His fine brown hair dirty and matted.
23Then the Baptist did take Jesus to a high mountain,
24Overlooking the valley of the River Jordan.
25When they were seated the Baptist did speak for the first time,
26Asking why Jesus did torture himself so.
27Jesus replied that if it be the will of the Divine,
28He be tested then so be it.
29The Baptist did then reply that he had lived in the desert all his life,
30And it be four hundred days instead of forty,
31Then on dust alone he could live,
32But Jesus as a prince had not suffered for any want or desire.
33Jesus did then agree that his life had been one of privilege,
34Yet everything about his life his teachings and heritage be true.
35To which the Baptist did reply that indeed it be true,
36That his father be an unknown shepherd who sold him to Zecheriah,
37But what right then do the houses of priest claim,
38They and they alone interpret the mind and will of the Divine?
39Is it you believe yourself to be the true messiah?
40To which Jesus replied I am my fathers' son.
41The Baptist enraged then challenged Jesus that if he think himself a god,
42Then call on the angels of heaven to cushion his fall,
43And throw himself from the cliff.
44But Jesus would not be tempted nor bullied by the words of the Baptist.
45Again the Baptist challenged Jesus that if he think himself a god,
46And the words of the Baptist be false then call upon the heavens,
47To strike the Baptist dead.
48But Jesus would not be tempted nor bullied by the words of the Baptist.
49Then after two days the Baptist took him to a lush grove,
50Where he tempted Jesus with the fruit trees which Jesus resisted.
51Finally, the Baptist returned Jesus to the dusty plain and the single bush.
52As each day passed whatever the Baptist would eat and do,
53Jesus would do and follow also.
54As each day passed Jesus grew stronger in mind,
55And the Baptist grew more frustrated.
56Finally on the thirtieth day the Baptist enquired of Jesus,
57Cousin, what do you know of the truth of god’s wisdom?
58Jesus did then speak of ancient scripture and custom,
59Of the wisdom of Akhenaten as Moses and Hyksos kings,
60Of Xerxes and Artaxerxes and the Great Prophets of Yeb,
61To which the Baptist replied,
62That he respected the discipline and knowledge of such custom,
63But Cousin we both are schooled in deeper wisdom,
64With you in a history that is not fable,
65And with my teaching into the nature of men and control.
66What then is the real truth of god’s wisdom?
67To which Jesus spoke of other cultures scripture,
68To which the Baptist replied that he too could quote other scripture by rote,
69But this not be his question for remembering be different to knowing.
70Jesus did ask then what he meant by his question,
71To which the Baptist replied that Jesus may be the true Messiah by blood,
72And as of the Cuilliaéan the Divine Corner stone,
73But you have experienced nothing of the truth of god’s wisdom.
74The Baptist then remained silent for the final nine days,
75Until the end of the forty days.
76Out of the wilderness the two men did come,
77With Jesus unrecognizable as a Crown Prince,
78On account of his tattered clothes and animal fur for warmth and protection,
79And his gaunt and dirty frame.
80Unto the river Jordan the Baptist did take him,
81And anointed him as promised.
82Thereupon Jesus vanished into the crowd and disappeared,
83Walking past Praetorian Lucius Cornelius Sulla who did not recognize him.
84After three days from emerging from the wilderness,
85Lucius Cornelius Sulla did demand to know the location of Jesus,
86To which the Baptist refused to reply.
87Upon hearing of the disappearance of his son,
88And the reluctance of the Baptist to speak,
89Holly High King Cú-Cúileann requested that King Philipas Agrippa,
90Arrest John the Baptist that it not be seen as an attack by Rome.
91There in the prison of King Philipas Agrippa,
92The Baptist remained Silent and in prayer
93As Gamaliel and Simon Magus sought to ferment riots,
94And until the riddle of the disappearance of Jesus was solved.