There have been a lot of threads lately talking about Romans interfering with the story of the NT. People are finally starting to wake up to the
reality that Rome DID intervene in Jesus' life and afterwards changed his (her) story.
Simon Peter is the first person you need to look at to find the Roman conspiracy. Peter is called Satan by Jesus in Matthew 16:23 and isn't reinstated
until after Jesus' resurrection. Any logical thinking person would come to the conclusion that Jesus never rose from the dead which means Jesus never
had the chance to reinstate Peter which means Peter was never reinstated. His reinstatement was inserted by the Romans later on in order to cover up
Peter's betrayal of Jesus.
The two people behind Jesus' capture and eventual death were named Caiaphas and Judas. Caiaphas is Aramic for "rock", Jesus renamed Simon Peter
"Cephas" in John 1:42 which is also "rock" in Aramic. Judas was the son of a man named Simon, which also happens to be Peters name before his name
In my opinion, these 3 people and Paul are all the same person. I think this is what Leonardo was pointing towards in The Last Supper. If you take a
look at Peter (third person to the left of Jesus in the painting) he is holding a knife behind his back while leaning toward John and Jesus. Judas is
the man looking behind himself at Peter. Notice how Judas cuts Peter in half and how their is a disembodied hand coming from behind Peter that is at
the throat of John. I think this represents Judas, Peter, and Paul being the same person because John traveled with Paul after the crucifixion. Paul
was a Roman and the Romans split this one person into many persons to hide Peter's betrayal of Jesus and Romes infiltration into the story. Peter was
supposedly crucified upside down which is a sign of the antichrist as well, I think Peter was a mole for the Romans.
There was another apostle named Simon, the Zealot. He supposedly died by being cut in half by a saw, this represents Simon Peter being split into Paul
in my opinion.
Romans went on to add in pagan themes about 300 years later when they legalized Christianity. Paul added the faith and salvation part while
Constantine and his people added in the miracles later. My opinion of course.
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