How The Piso Family Performed Miracles

How The Piso Family Performed Miracles
(Roman Piso, 03-24-2000, edited 03-22-2017)

After having created the NT Jesus, who is the character, really the ONLY character whom we generally associate ‘miracles’ with in the New Testament, the authors and their other royal relatives could not resist making Jesus over and over again. Or, rather, of giving Jesus-like qualities to others. If the NT Jesus is really supposed to have been ‘unique’ and the only son of God, the one and only ‘messenger’ as representative of his father, “God”; then how is it that so many others likewise have the same ability to work “miracles”?

The reason is of course, that this is indeed a fictional story that the authors were in fact just having a bit of ‘fun’ with.

(1) Peter works miracles. This can be seen in Luke 5:18-26, 8:41-42, 49-56. Now, that ‘Peter’ is also working miracles in the New Testament was not actually surprising to us as researchers and was in fact expected by us, because of the fact that we had already deduced that ‘Peter’ was also being played by the same person who was playing Jesus in the New Testament. The character Peter was created to allow the main author (Arrius Calpurnius Piso) to continue playing his part in the gospels after having killed off the main character, ‘Jesus’; thus, allowing the story to continue on via Peter beyond 30/33 AD/CE.

This is because in the verse where Peter is given the ‘keys to heaven’. This is found to be another way of the author saying to the privy, that he was KEEPING the ‘keys’ to discovering the secret of what he was doing – by secretly giving the ‘keys’ to himself! So, Peter is an alter-ego of Jesus in the story because he is another character being played by the same person that was playing Jesus (Arrius Piso). He had also planned to make a succession of ordained figure heads of the religion he had created, which were to be headed from Rome, as bishops of Rome – later, to be designated as ‘Popes’. Which was another reason that he needed the character Peter, so that he could be the first of these and so that the successors of Peter (himself), could fill that position. And that was to happen on paper, even if there were no actual Church to be figure head of; and that was the case for most of the time between the death of Arrius Piso and the time of Constantine. The family was instructed to continue writing as if there were an actual Christian Church in existence, even when there was not. This was yet another of many illusions that were created by ancient royalty.

(2) Paul is also given the ability to work miracles in the New Testament. He is made into another Jesus and he performs a miracle or two, and is also acknowledged as a “god”. This is in Acts 28:3-6;
“And when Paul had gathered a bundle of sticks and laid them on the fire, there came a viper (snake)* out of the heat, and fastened (itself) on his hand. And when the barbarians (that were there) saw the
venomous** beast hang on his hand, they said among themselves, “no doubt this man is a murderer, whom though he had escaped the sea (inference is “by a miracle”), yet vengeance suffereth (him) not
to live.” And he (Paul) shook off the beast into the fire, and felt no harm. But (when) they were expecting him (Paul) to become inflamed (poisoned) and to fall down suddenly dead (he did not), but (rather) for a long time (when) they still expected to see this (yet they) saw nothing amiss (or adverse) happen to him, they changed their opinion (of him) and said that he was a god.”

The character ‘Paul’ was mainly played by Pliny The Younger. He was assisted at times by Justus Calpurnius Piso, one of Arrius Piso’s sons, according the Abelard Reuchlin. I have done research in this area myself, and have confirmed that Pliny The Younger, was indeed, the main author of the Pauline epistles. Pliny The Younger was Arrius Piso’s younger foster brother and his partner in crime.

* See the other stories about sticks turning into snakes, such as the one in the apocryphal “Infancy Gospel”.

** This apparently refers to the cobra, which would have been the poisonous snake, but which is indigenous to India. Perhaps this was meant to remind us of the fact that the Pharaohs used atop their
crowns the image of the cobra, which is NOT indigenous to Egypt, but to India. And also make note that the island that this supposedly takes place on is called “Malita” (Malitae).

By the way, it has been found that the ‘travels of Paul’ were in fact an attempt by the authors to ‘advertise’ or promote some of the most famous brothels of the time! The reason being is that the authors were getting a ‘cut’ of the profits from those brothels and the proceeds were helping with the Roman war fund against the Jews.

This is why we are told specifically WHERE Paul has traveled and that those places were famous for “filthy sensuality”. This may be referenced in the Oxford Encyclopedia Biblica (col. 3,615), c. 1903. And in the work titled “The Rise, Decline & Fall of the Roman Religion (Christianity)”, James Ballantyne Hannay, pub. 1925, pg. 109-110.

(3) Vespasian, the emperor in charge of the destruction of the Temple, was made an honorary “Jesus” as well. The historian Tacitus, in his Histories (IV, 81, pg. 651-652), says;

“One of the common people of Alexandria, well-known for his blindness, threw himself at the emperor’s knees and implored him with groans to heal his infirmity. This he did by the advice of the god Serapis whom this nation, devoted as it is to many superstitions, worships more than any other divinity. He begged Vespasian that he would deign to moisten his cheeks and eye-balls with his spittle.”

“Another with a diseased hand, at the counsel of the same god, prayed that the limb might feel the print of Caesar’s foot. At first, Vespasian ridiculed and repulsed them. They persisted; and he, though on the one hand he feared that scandal of the fruitless attempt, yet on the other, was induced by the entreaties of men and by the language of his flatterers to hope for success. At last, he ordered that the opinion of the physicians should be taken, as to whether such blindness and infirmity were within reach of human skill. They discussed the matter from different points of view. “In the one case,” they said, “the faculty of sight was not wholly destroyed and might return if the obstacles were removed; in the other case, the limb, which had fallen into a diseased condition, might be restored if a healing influence were applied; such, perhaps, might be the pleasure of the gods and the emperor might be chosen to be the minister of the divine will. At any rate, all the glory of a successful remedy would be Caesar’s, while the ridicule of failure would fall on the sufferers.”

And so Vespasian, supposing that all things were possible to his good fortune and that nothing was any longer past belief, with a joyful countenance amid the intense expectation of the multitude of bystanders, accomplished what was required. The hand was instantly restored to its use, and the light of day again shone upon the blind. Persons actually present attest both facts, even now when nothing is to be gained by falsehood.”

And that, is the story of Vespasian performing miracles as if he were Jesus, according to Tacitus. However, Suetonius the historian, likewise, who was writing also about the same time or a little afterwards, also makes Vespasian an honorary Jesus by further confirming Tacitus’ account of the “miracles of Vespasian”….

(4) Vespasian is further honored as another Jesus by Suetonius; “As he (Vespasian) sat on the tribunal, two laborers, one blind, the other lame, approached together, begging to be healed. Apparently, the god Serapis had promised them in a dream that if Vespasian would consent to spit in the blind man’s eyes, and touch the lame man’s leg with his heel, both would be made well.”

“Vespasian had so little faith in his curative powers that he showed great reluctance in doing as he was asked; but his friends persuaded him to try them, in the presence of a large audience, too – and the charm worked.”

Reference: Suetonius, “The Twelve Caesars,” Vespasian, Verse 7 (pg. 278-79); Penguin Classics,. The more exact reference is in Suetonius, “The Twelve Caesars”, Loeb Classical Library edition volumes.

(5) Vespasian is “honored” by Flavius Josephus too. In ‘Antiquities Of the Jews’ (Chapter II, verse 5, page 173), Flavius Josephus (aka Arrius Piso), has Eleazar (identified as Eleazar ben Yair) casting out demons (that is, performing exorcisms), out of the supposedly inflicted, for “Vespasian, his sons and his captains, and the whole multitude of his soldiers” to see. He also says in that passage, that “God” had enabled King Solomon to learn the skill of casting out demons. In reading the works of Flavius Josephus (and the other writings of Arrius Piso and his family), we find the various elements that would later become a trademark of the Catholic religion, such as exorcisms and the confessional.

(6) Apollonius of Tyana, is another form of “Jesus” created by Arrius Piso himself. He used it as an alias, which his descendants would use to give details about Arrius Piso and his life.

There are works that were supposedly written in the 3rd century BCE (i.e., in the 200’s BCE) that are attributed to a person named “Apollonius Rhodius”. These works, interestingly enough, are in Greek – which was the language that Arrius Piso wrote in. But nothing much is really known about this particular author. Since only royalty was writing, he was no doubt an ancestor of Arrius Piso, if not Arrius Piso himself, once again backdating his writings. This is worth examining further. Note that Abelard Reuchlin was of the opinion that Arrius Piso wrote as Aristotle. I have not been able to reach a conclusion on that myself.

In any case, it was Marcus Aurelius, writing as Lucian (Lucian, not ‘Lucan’), who was the first to mention Apollonius of Tyana, from which, later stories emerged from later family members. This story
was later refined by the author known as Flavius Philostratus (what a pen-name this is when one considers that we have found out that Flavius (Josephus) also wrote as “Philo” and both authors are
descendants of his! See my work on Alias Names and Pen Names used by ancient authors.

(7) Constantine is made into a new Jesus also! And this was done by his own half-brother Julius Constantius – who was writing as the famous Church Father Eusebius. You can easily find the story of Constantine being told by god that he would conquer his enemies with the sign of the cross, etc. You really need to read this story in the light of a new understanding of these people and events. That is, in this different context.

(8) And the family continued to remake Jesus and perform “miracles” in literature, down through history in various forms, including Muhammad and other figures that were made to appear extra-ordinary and/or to have worked ‘miracles’. This whole topic too, needs to be examined in further detail so that a much longer and more detailed list may be made, and these other “miracles” made by the family will be seen as such by us all, once and for all. Reference Material:

The True Context Of Ancient History & The Gordian Emperors

Ancient Alias Names List (2017)

All Roman Emperors From Antoninus Pius On Were Descended From Piso Family Of Rome

Origen, Eusebius, Constantine & The Mention Of Christ In Josephus

Oligarchy And Ancient Genealogies

The Beginnings Of Christianity & The Evolution Of Popes

How The Piso Family Performed Miracles

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