The True Context Of Ancient History

The True Context Of Ancient History And The Gordian Emperors

(Roman Piso, 02-25-2017)

This paper is about the Gordian Emperors; Gordian I, Gordian II, and Gordian III. However, it is also about much, much more. It is about their ancestors and their royal relatives, as well as statistical data and how they were related to a group of ancient authors known as the Philostratii. [I]

I, and a few other researchers have discovered something which had never been considered within academia before, but which is now of extreme importance and must be considered because of what it means to research itself. Basically, what we have discovered is that there is an alternate version of history that exists, but that has not been known except to those few who did not want others to know.

That other version of history changes the context in which we must now view it. And that is because what we contend, due to what has been discovered, means that only royalty had the privilege of writing anything for publication (under penalty of death); no matter what the subject matter. Most of us now know of at least some examples where history (or those recording history) had lied or deliberately misled us. And, we also now know of several examples of what we term “whitewashed” history. [II]

Some of us have long wondered, how it was that there were so many people (i.e., the masses or non-royals) within such a great empire, who were illiterate. And yet, somehow, there were some people who lived an entirely different life within that empire than the majority did, people who had received a fantastic education, and who demonstrated great genius within their writings. And this, our discovery of the true nature of ancient history, gives us that answer.

That means that everything from poetry, to history and religious texts, were all authored by royalty. And, it also means that these royals worked in concert with each other as they had the same vested interests, and/or were closely related, or had the same common ancestry. Our findings indicate that all of the Roman Emperors from Antonius Pius on, were descended from one individual whose name was Arrius Calpurnius Piso, or his close royal relatives (See links to other papers that demonstrate this). [III]

Knowing this, as well as several other things, means that it is necessary for us to begin to view and examine ancient history and ancient texts in a much different way. It means using new methodology. Which is why I established what is called ‘The New Classical Scholarship’ (NCS). What we have found is that it is necessary to research history in another context in order to understand it correctly and to reach the correct conclusions (see my paper on the discoveries made by The New Classical Scholarship). [IV]

What we discovered is this, a royal oligarchy was in control of all that was written and that this oligarchy had been ruling through its various branches for thousands of years. It went through some changes at various points, but it nonetheless retained its power over most of the known world for those many years, and their descendants are still in many powerful positions in our world today (see my paper, ‘Oligarchy & Ancient Genealogies’). [V]

This paper will demonstrate our findings to an extent that will convince most reasonable and rational people. When I discovered this years ago, I termed this condition or situation ‘Royal Supremacy’. It meant that a condition existed where a closed or “controlled environment” had been created and had been sustained over the course of thousands of years. I also discovered, as a result, the use of a language within language, which I have termed ‘The Royal Language’ (see my paper, ‘A Few Words About The Royal Language’). [VI]


These ancient royals, thus, were writing religious texts, including those which comprise the Bible. They traditionally, as royals, held power over religion. The Pharaohs, for example, would give the succession of the throne their first born son. While the position of High Priest was given to the second son. If either of these should die or the situation was not so that this could happen in this way, the positions were filled in some way that would remedy that. In some instances, the first son would fill both positions. And, since Arrius Piso has created Christianity, he and his family kept the highest positions in the Church to themselves. And thus, we find that the Bishops of Rome, who were later called ‘Popes’, were Arrius Piso himself as saint Peter, and then his sons, grandsons, and so on. [VII]

Why have I laid out all of this before even mentioning the Gordian Emperors? Because, it is something that you will have to know beforehand if you are to understand our conclusions. You see, in order to reconstruct these genealogies, we had to go through a process which is not yet used within academia.

One of those is to build a profile of each primary individual within an immediate family unit. That profile includes statistical data, such as birth and death dates, as well as the names of family members, etc. And, a part of what we had discovered is that the way in which all of this has been hidden for so long was that they had used alias names and the authors would use pen names. Read my book ‘Piso Christ’ and my various research papers, as well as those of others in this area, such as Sir Ronald Syme ‘Bogus Names’, and Abelard Reuchlin’s ‘The True Authorship of the New Testament’. [VIII]

Because of the fact that what we have discovered has never been publicly known, it could not be taught within academia. Therefore, those within academia have been making several mistakes without realizing it. In my book, ‘Piso Christ’, I explained several things. For instance, I gave a list of what I call ‘The Six Major Assumptions’ made by those within present day academia. Each and every one of those things listed, must be considered (questions which need to be both asked and answered before one can reasonably proceed to research ancient history). [IX]

What this means in reality, is that those who have been taught within academia have been taught incorrectly, as the way that they read ancient history, and therefore, the way that they understand it is only on a superficial level. They do not have the knowledge, nor the tools to get to the level that is needed to understand what we have found. They are at a loss, and prone to simply disregard what they do not understand. They may even rebel against it. [X]

But if we are to hold the study of ancient history to the same standards as science itself, then we must not reject things out of hand; but either prove or disprove new or different ideas. If this is not the case, then surely there is some way to demonstrate that. By the same token, if it is true, then that too, should be something which can be demonstrated. Ignoring what we may not like or understand is not logical.

Some things that are true may not be to our liking, but that does not mean that they are nonetheless true. When all, most, or a majority within academia are studying incorrectly and their conclusions are wrong, then citing ‘peer-reviewed’ papers actually has the opposite meaning of what most may think. Instead, it would then be wrong and incorrect, believing that someone else who is likewise wrong and incorrect, is correct. Which, benefits no one.

First, because he is the common thread within so much of this research, we should familiarize ourselves with that individual whose name was Arrius Calpurnius Piso (he made himself an essential, and central focal point, and the key to unlocking the true nature of ancient history itself). He jokingly told the truth while playing the part of the NT Jesus, saying, “I am the Way” (John 14:6). As he knew that he was “the Way” to get at the truth. Which also makes us think of the NT line, “the truth will set you free” (John 8:32). We now realize though, that such statements were said in an entirely different context than most have imagined; until now. The NT texts were deliberate fraud, and the authors were joking about it as they were writing them. They even put disclaimers within their works and may be seen and understood clearly, if you know what to look for, and where. Also, they wrote the gospels in the form of a play; as a narrative, with Acts and Scenes.

Some of those who reject this out of hand tend to say that there is no one in history by the name of Arrius Calpurnius Piso. Well, yes and no. That is, due to the very nature of what is involved in keeping their true identities only known to other royals, it was not wise (or necessary, for that matter) to use his true names in any obvious way. It is necessary to understand that because this was done in a different context, that it was a necessity to those ancient authors to hide their true identities. Thus, Arrius Piso and his family had to use aliases and pen names while hiding their true identities. That did not mean that they did not exist. To think that is simply a failure to understand this correctly. [XI]

In fact, it was indeed used, but in either a piecemeal way, or by spreading it out, and/or disguising it. That is, once this is examined, one will realize that he (Arrius Piso), and his family members, had hid their true identities by utilizing any and all methods, and whatever means were available to them – and, as we have learned, by doing so in some very creative ways! [XII]

His (Arrius Piso’s) true names of, “Arrius”, “Calpurnius”, and “Piso”, were given by his son Julius Piso within ‘The Revelation’ (which he, Julius Piso, had authored). And, the Jews who were witnesses to the creation of Christianity, inserted his names within the Talmud as well! Arrius Calpurnius Piso, was a central figure in all of his, because he was the main creator of Christianity. And, he was a son of Gaius Calpurnius Piso, who was put to death by Nero in 65 CE. [XIII]

In history, written by himself and his relatives, he is given various names; including (Marcus) Antonius Primus (in Tacitus, Pliny The Younger, and Suetonius), and Arius Antoninus (the grandfather of emperor Antoninus Pius, who was aka ‘Suetonius’). Several so-called scholars have insisted that a) there was no one in history named ‘Arius’ (or ‘Arrius’ as the spelling in Greek), and/or that ‘Arius’ was not a Roman first name.

Well, he, Arrius Piso, did have another name as his “first name”, it was ‘Marcus’. He inherited the ‘Marcus’ name from his ancestor Marcus Antonius. And, the name ‘Antoninus’ was a name created out of the combination of ‘Antonius’ and ‘ninus’ (‘baby boy’, hinting at Arrius Piso as the baby Jesus). But, we must point out here that the imagined name usage that those within academia have had, was a created illusion. Like many others that they had created, that was not how they, ancient royals, actually used names.

What I mean is that the use of first, middle and last names was an illusion, like the many other illusions and facades that ancient royalty had created. They created many illusions for different reasons; some were to prevent the masses from rising up and killing them, and others were created to pacify or placate them. Others, to confound, confuse or to simply keep them ignorant and even superstitious. Even the names themselves were created in various ways and for various reasons. They had created ‘rules’ in language usage too, as a means to prevent the discovery of their use of the Royal Language. [XIV]

And, regarding Arrius Calpurnius Piso, we find his name by reconstructing it and finding where variations of his names were used, and where his names were used to created some of the alias names and pen names that he had used. I will be writing a paper which gives not only his alias names and pen names, but those of many of his family members and descendants. This has been a monumental task. But it is one which is necessary if we are to ever change the way in which ancient history is studied from now on.

Contrary to what most people believe, “Academia”, where ancient history and religion are involved, was never created to get at the truth. It was there as a means to a career; either in teaching and spreading the illusions created by ancient royalty, or as a vehicle of training for a career in the clergy. If it were, people who have already had a bias would not be allowed in, because in order to get at the truth one must first be objective and unbiased. And that brings us to the motivation of academic institutions for allowing the religious in and their misinformation (and even indoctrination) to pass for an education; money. [XV]

And, it is for all of the reasons just stated here that I have been able to uncover what I have, while so many others have not. Now, on to the information that I have to share with you regarding the Gordian emperors.

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Arrius Calpurnius Piso would go on to help his family members to continue the fraud. He helped his grandson, the son of his son Proculus Calpurnius Piso (aka St. Polycarp, and Bishop of Rome, St. Aristus, and Agrippa), Silanus C. Piso (aka Herodes Atticus, Bishop of Rome, St. Hygenus). Silanus C. Piso would then become famous in his own right, writing as Herodes Atticus. I will soon write a paper about Silanus Piso as Herodes Atticus, as well as much more about the various facets involved in revealing the true nature of ancient history; including profile building for principle individuals and their relatives, to aid in reconstructing the family trees that these ancient authors had disguised within their texts.


Straight Line Genealogical Chart #I
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Descent Of The “Christian Writer” Athanagoras From Arrius Calpurnius Piso:

Below: Arrius Piso, aka Flavius Josephus, his son Proculus, aka St. Polycarp, and his grandson Silanus, aka Herodes Atticus, and Silanus’ son, who wrote as a “Christian” writer using the alias of ‘Athanagoras’.

Descent Of Silanus Piso Aka Herodes Atticus From Arrius Piso:


Arrius Calpurnius Piso aka Flavius Josephus (b. 37 CE, d. 118 CE)

M. Queen Berenice (sister of King Agrippa II)

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Proculus Calpurnius Piso aka St. Polycarp, etc. (b. 79 CE, died c. 162 CE?)

M. Vibullia Alcia/Aelia Vibia [Hispula?]

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Silanus C. Piso aka Herodes Atticus (b. 101 CE, d. 179 CE)

M. Appia/Ulpia Annia Regilla [&/or Caecidia Tertulla, 2nd wife?] (died c. 160 CE)

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Arrius [?] aka Athanagoras (a “Christian” writer, c. 145-190/200 CE)

M./N. __________ (Not Currently Known)


Notes regarding the straight line genealogical chart:


Abelard Reuchlin said that he had calculated that Silanus Piso was born in 101 CE, and not the 104 CE that most people think of with regards to Herodes Atticus. Arrius Piso had too many alias names to give that information here, so an attempt will be made to give as many of them as possible in a separate research paper.

Proculus Piso had several aliases which included ‘St. Polycarp’, ‘Aristus’ (bishop of Rome, later to be called ‘Pope’), and to denote his Herodian descent, he was called ‘Agrippa’ in the Vita of Flavius Josephus.

Silanus Piso’s daughter Elpinse/Ulpia Cordia (c. 142-165 CE) was the mother of Emperor Gordian I. She was married to Maecius Marullus. Silanus Piso’s daughter Athenais (c. 145-166 CE) was married to Julius Piso III (grandson of Julius Calpurnius Piso I, son of Arrius Calpurnius Piso). Their daughter, was Fabia Orestilla (aka Aufidia Cassia), who married Emperor Gordian I (born c. 157 CE, died 238 CE).

Emperor Gordian I, used a number of aliases. Among those were ‘Junius Cordus’, and Church Father ‘Julius Africanus’, and he also wrote as ‘Flavius Philostratus’ (‘The Athenian’). His daughter (who was sister of Emperor Gordian II), was Gordiana, aka Macia Faustina. She married Junius Licinius Balbus, aka Macrianus, aka St. Cyprian, aka Flavius Philostratus ‘The Lemnian’, aka Pope Sixtus II, born circa 170 CE.

Emperor Gordian II (b. circa 192 CE, d. 238 CE), was aka Jurist Herennius Modestin, as well as ‘Commodianus’, and ‘Athenaeus’ [a pen name]. He married his niece Gordiana.

Gordiana and Macrianus were the parents of Emperor Gordian III (born circa 225 [?], d. 244 CE). Emperor Gordian III was aka ‘Philostratus’ (son of ‘Nervianus’). Fabia Sabina Tranquillina married Gordian III in 241 CE. They had a son who had a few names and aliases. That son, ‘Flavius Athenaeus’ [part of his true name], wrote as Flavius Philostratus (‘The Younger’), and also as ‘Herodian’ (born c. 241 CE, died circa 300 CE).


So, as you can now see, the very individuals that have been cited by both the religious and those who thought that they were truly researching ancient history, have actually been citing royals using aliases and/or pen names, and who, were deliberately misleading the non-royal reader.

The scholars within academia as it currently exists, reject the information given in the ‘Historia Augusta’. But they do so for the reason that to them, it makes no sense. And the reason that it makes no sense, is because they are ignorant of what it actually is, who compiled it, or why it was written. It actually serves the same purpose as the works of Pliny The Younger and the works of Flavius Josephus (aka Arrius Piso). But it was not written to make sense to non-royals, or to those who did not understand the true nature of ancient history itself. Now, that more people are learning what was privileged information for royalty only, academia can now change so that these things will begin to be understood universally.


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Straight Line Genealogical Chart #II

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The Descent Of Emperor Gordian III From Pliny The Younger:

C. Avidius Nigrinus (aka Pliny The Younger, b. circa 62 CE, d. 116 CE)

M. Plautia (aka…)

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Avidia Plautia (c. 110-120 CE)

M. L. Aelius Caesar (Emp. Hadrian’s Favorite, b. 101, d. 138 CE)

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Ceionia Plautia (sister of Emp. Lucius Verus, ruled 161-169, b. 130 CE, d. 169 CE)

M. Q. Servilius Pudens (related to Emp. Trajan, ruled 98-117 CE)

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Servilia Ceionia

M. Junius Licinius Balbus [E] (probably relative of Historian Tacitus)

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Junius Licinius Balbus [Y] (several aliases, incl. Pope Sixtus II, Pope 257-258 CE)

M. Antonia Gordiana (aka Maecia Faustina)

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Emp. Gordian III (b. 225, d. 244, ruled 238-244 CE, aka…)

M. Furia Sabina Tranquallina (b. circa 225, d. post 244?)

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Flavius Athenaeus (b. circa 241/45, d. post 300 CE?, aka Fl. Philo. [Y], etc.)

M./N.

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Straight Line Chart #III

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Emperor Gordian III’s Descent From Emperor Antoninus Pius:

Arrius Piso/Cn. Arrius Antoninus/Flavius Josephus, etc. (b. 37 CE, d. 118 CE)

M. Boionia Procilla

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Claudia Phoebe/Pompeia Plotina/Arria Fadilla (b. circa 65/69 CE, d.c. 121/124 CE)

M. Rufus/T. Aurelius Fulvus

M. Emperor Trajan (b. 53 CE, d. 117 CE, ruled 98-117 CE)

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Emperor Antoninus Pius (b. 121, d. 161, ruled 138-161 CE)

M. Annia Galeria Faustina Sr. (b. 105, d. 140 CE)

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Aurelia Fadilla/Ulpia/Appia/Annia Regilla (b. circa 118, d. circa 134/135 CE)

M. Plautius Silvanus/Silanus C. Piso/Herodes Atticus (b. circa 101/104, d. 162 CE?)

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Plautia Silvana (aka Athenais, b. circa 120, married c. 145 CE?)

M. Marcus Annius Severus (aka Julius C. Piso III, aka…)

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Fabia Orestilla (b. circa 165, married Gordian I in 192, d. 238 CE)

M. Emperor Gordian I (b. 157/159, d. 238, ruled 238 CE)

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Antonia Gordiana (aka Maecia Faustina)
M. Junius Licinius Balbus [Y] (several aliases, incl. Pope Sixtus II, Pope 257-258 CE)

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Emp. Gordian III (b. 225, d. 244, ruled 238-244 CE, aka…)

M. Furia Sabina Tranquallina (b. circa 225, d. post 244?)

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Flavius Athenaeus (b. circa 241/45, d. post 300 CE?, aka Fl. Philo. [Y], etc.)

M./N.

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Straight Line Chart #IV

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Descent Of Emperor Gordian III Through Proculus C. Piso:

Arrius Calpurnius Piso aka Flavius Josephus (b. 37 CE, d. 118 CE)

M. Queen Berenice (sister of King Agrippa II)

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Proculus Calpurnius Piso aka St. Polycarp, etc. (b. 79 CE, died c. 162 CE?)

M. Vibullia Alcia/Aelia Vibia [Hispula?]

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Silanus C. Piso aka Herodes Atticus (b. 101 CE, d. 179 CE)

M. Appia/Ulpia Annia Regilla [&/or Caecidia Tertulla, 2nd wife?, died c. 160 CE]

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Appia/Ulpia Elpinse Cordia (c. 142-165 CE)

M. Maecius Marullus (aka…)

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Emp. Gordian I (Julius Cordius/Julius Africanus/Fl. Philostratus ‘The Athenian’)

M. Fabia Orestilla

M. Ulpia Marcella

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Antonia Gordiana/Maecia Faustina (Emp. Gordian II’s sister)

M. Junius Lic. Balbus/St. Cyprian/Fl. Philostratus ‘Lemnian’/Pope Sixtus II, etc.

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Emp. Gordian III (b. circa 190/225, d. 244; aka Philostratus, son of Nervianus)

M. Fabia Sabina Tranquillina

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Fl. Athenaeus/Fl. Philostratus [Y]/Historian Herodian (b. circa 241, d. post 300?)

M./N.

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Straight Line Chart #V

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Descent Of Emperor Constantine I From Emperor Gordian I:

Emp. Gordian I (Julius Cordius/Julius Africanus/Fl. Philostratus ‘The Athenian’)

M. Fabia Orestilla

M. Ulpia Marcella

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Antonia Gordiana/Maecia Faustina (Emp. Gordian II’s sister)

M. Junius Lic. Balbus/St. Cyprian/Fl. Philostratus ‘Lemnian’/Pope Sixtus II, etc.

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Gordiana (niece of Emp. Gordian II)

M. Emp. Gordian II (b. circa 192, d. 238; ruled 238 CE)

M. Julius Constantius [E] (aka…)

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Eutropius (aka Pope Felix I, Pope 269-274 CE)

M. Claudia Crispa (dr. of Flavius Crispus, bro. of Emp. Probus?)

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Emp. Fl. Julius Constantius Chlorus I (aka Pope Eusebius, etc.)

M. Helena Britania

M. Theodora

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Emp. Constantine I (aka…; b. 274, d. 337; ruled 306-337 CE)

M. Minervina

M. Fausta

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Straight Line Chart #VI

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Descent Of Emperor Theodosius I ‘The Great’ From Emperor Gordian I:

Emp. Gordian I (Julius Cordius/Julius Africanus/Fl. Philostratus ‘The Athenian’)

M. Fabia Orestilla

M. Ulpia Marcella

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Antonia Gordiana/Maecia Faustina (Emp. Gordian II’s sister)

M. Junius Lic. Balbus/St. Cyprian/Fl. Philostratus ‘Lemnian’/Pope Sixtus II, etc.

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Gordiana (niece of Emp. Gordian II)

M. Emp. Gordian II (b. circa 192, d. 238; ruled 238 CE)

M. Julius Constantius [E] (aka…)

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Eutropius (aka Pope Felix I, Pope 269-274 CE)

M. Claudia Crispa (dr. of Flavius Crispus, bro. of Emp. Probus?)

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(Fl.) Valerius Constantine Dardanus (b. circa 250 CE; bro. of Emp. Constantius Chlorus)

M. [Flavia Maxima?]

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(Fl.) Maximianus Constans (c. 320 CE)

M. Flavia Theodosia [?]

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Count Theodosius (d. 375 CE)

M. Thermantia

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Emp. Theodosius I ‘The Great’ (b. 347, d. 395; ruled 379-395 CE)

M. Aelia Flaccilla (b. 356, d. 385/6 CE)

M. Flavia Galla (dr. of Emp. Valentinian I; she was b. 374, d. 394 CE)

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Emp. Honorius (Emp. of the West, 395-423 CE, aka St. Augustine, etc.)

M. 1st Wife: Thermantia, 2nd Wife: Maria


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End Notes.
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Herodes Atticus’ father (Proculus Piso), was supposed to have found a fabulous treasure, which he had reported to the Emperor Trajan. Trajan told him (Proculus Piso), to keep it. The reason for that having been written, is so that if anyone else were to find a huge treasure, that they would have no fear in reporting it to the emperor. If they were not royal, it would then be taken from them. Also note that the villa of ‘Herodes Atticus’ has been found, in Eva Kynourias (Greece).


Because history for hundreds, even thousands of years, was being written only by royalty, the “history” which was being recorded was not about the history of anyone other than royals themselves, almost exclusively; except where the masses or non-royals (that is, “commoners”) were being spoken of in or as groups for the most part. Such as groups of religious believers, soldiers in armies, or generically as people living in particular towns, villages, cities, etc.


Though royals only writing of royals may have left out a lot of history that may have been made by those who were “commoners”, it also means that the histories that were left were in a sense “pristine”, in that they only referred to royals; and royals that were known to other royals at a certain time and place. Which means that this makes it possible for us to determine just which royal was writing and just who they would have been writing about; instead of just anyone living at the time. And that is why we build the profiles that were spoken of above.

So, how could this have happened in the first place, and why is it so different or even counter to what has been believed? The hypothesis that I have is that just as in the general population today, there was a percentage of the total population that were what today we term psychopaths (see my work regarding psychopathy, I use the term ‘psychopath’, but divide them into two categories; the Primary or true genetic psychopath, and the Secondary type that includes all others, including the “psychopath by proxy”). And, that a certain percentage of those psychopaths in ancient times were born of “royal blood.” Perhaps when it is ever demonstrated (and thus, generally known) that there exists a) genetic psychopaths, and/or b) that they are born as something akin to a “non-human” (or “anti-human” being), or c) even as a predator sub-species of us human beings, we may better answer such questions via genetic discoveries.

There are so many aspects to studying ancient history as it should be studied, that so many of them have gone unstudied; because researchers could not even begin to study or consider while still unknown to them. Which is why we must bring all of these aspects out and demonstrate where they all fit together. Things, such as alias names, disguised and deliberately hidden genealogies (and how to reconstruct them), and compiling information (or statistical data) that was concealed by ancient authors, and understanding the Royal Language (a language within language), and building advanced profiles for each principle individual in ancient history (see my work regarding ancient aliases and building profiles).

Why only citing items or giving references in the way that current academia is used to is not adequate in this new way of studying, except in certain instances? Because as will be found, due to history having been recorded within a closed environment, and because it was written in a completely different context; it is then, that its true nature, much more complex than simply reading superficial history. It will require much more knowledge and knowledge of not only many new aspects, but also knowledge of other related fields that have for the most part, been studied as separate disciplines.

One instance, where citing references does work is where I have given references from the works of Flavius Josephus for the descent of King Herod from Eleazar Auran, of the Hasmoneans (see my work, ‘King Herod Was A Hasmonean’). But citing only references in this new way of studying ancient history fails when citations lack other components that are needed, such as the proper context of various parts.

Because history was given in a very different way than believed before, some items were given in a different context purposely. And thus, some things, such as where ancient authors gave ‘disclaimers’, must be explained as well – and not just being referenced. Perhaps entire papers need to be written about such things as opposed to just giving or citing references.

Ancient authors did not write in an honest, clear or even forthright manner. And they, in fact, deliberately tried to mislead the non-royal reader (see my work explaining how ancient authors would compete with each other to give the most possible meanings to their statements to confound and confuse those who might try to discern the meaning of their statements; they did this because by doing so, it would make the “mystery of the gospels” and other mysteries that they created, mysteries for as long as possible).

Without knowing just how to read ancient writings as the authors themselves did (in the Royal Language), the non-royal, non-privy reader would very much be trying to work from an impossible position; much like a blind person who could not see, nor understand that which is right in front of them. Also, because one of the methods that they used to confound and confuse was to do what they could do by working in concert with each other; they scattered information, not only within their own works, but they would hand off items for other authors to put into their works, usually by making such statements and/or info appear in an entirely different context so that the reader would not be able to make the connection. Finding examples of this proves this to be the case.

This is why whether or not people like hearing this, I nonetheless tell them; you need to read all extant literature of the time possible, in the original language, from primary sources or their equivalent. Think about this. Not only would answers or otherwise missing information be given by spreading it out in other works by other individuals, but also by disguising it and putting it into a different context. Add to this, the fact that they would also skip several generations of authors within their family so that a grandson, great-grandson, or even a descendant further out would give key information regarding a central figure (such as with Arrius Calpurnius Piso being written about under his aliases of ‘Apollonius of Tyana’ and as ‘Scopelian’ by his descendant Emperor Gordian I, writing as Flavius Philostratus ‘The Athenian’).

Also, the result of citing things from works that have been read by the individual while that individual has not read other extant writings of the same period is virtually the same as a religious person picking and choosing only certain passages or items that support their personal views while ignoring others that do not. That is, it is in reality, another form of what is known as “cherry-picking”. And, even when the researcher is trying not to, a bias is created. So, that needs to stop if we are to begin studying ancient texts as we honestly need to.

Because the true nature or true context of ancient history is actually very different than has been thought, this also exposes the reason why the assumption that the passage in Flavius Josephus that mentions ‘Christ’ was a later addition, does not work. They, the authors who were writing, and who have been cited by researchers who have been studying incorrectly, were actually “in on it” and were descended from the author writing as Flavius Josephus himself.

Those who have fancied themselves “authorities” and great scholars, have actually been citing family members and other royals who were writing from within a controlled environment, without the slightest idea that they have been doing so. Thus, those trying to “prove” that the passage in Flavius Josephus was a later addition, placed there by Christians, must wake up now to the fact that those “later Christians” such as Eusebius, Origen, or even Constantine, were all descendants of the very individual who was the main creator of Christianity. And that he (Arrius Piso) did place that mention in his works originally as a means to promote (make known) the religion which he had for the most part, created.

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References And Related Papers:

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[I] The Gordians & The Philostratii. Emperor Gordian I was aka ‘Flavius Philostratus’ (‘The Athenian’). He wrote ‘The Life of Apollonius of Tyana’ and ‘The Life of Scopelian’; both which were aliases of Arrius Piso. And therefore, they were written to give information about the life of Arrius Calpurnius Piso. The information came from an autobiography and diaries of Arrius Piso that were passed down within the family archives.

Flavius Athenaeus, son of Emperor Gordian III, wrote as (‘Flavius’) Philostratus ‘The Younger’. He wrote the 2nd set of ‘Imagines’. He also wrote histories as ‘Herodian’. He was grandson of Philostratus ‘The Elder’, who was his mother’s father. Flavius Athenaeus’ mother, Furia Sabina Tranquillina, was aka Flavia (F.Uria/Aria) Arria Sabina Tranquillina. She was daughter of a Praetorian Prefect of Gordian III, who was also one of his relatives. And, as stated above, he was aka (Flavius) Philostratus ‘The Elder’ (aka Philostratus of Lemnos), who wrote the 1st set of ‘Imagines’. His name in history is given as ‘Timisitheus’, which is “Timi” S(abinus) Itheus/Atheus. Again, they created these alias names in a variety of ways; but as royals, a main source is their ancestry as they inherited the use of the names of their ancestors.

[II] RE: “Whitewashed” and misleading history. We now know a number of things that we had been taught in history was not so. Columbus did not discover America. Columbus was not the good and great man that we were taught he was. And, many of the missionaries who came over “to convert the heathen native Americans” to Christianity, actually brutalized them. They killed, tortured, raped and robbed them. And many terrible individuals down through history were actually made “saints”, including many of the popes. Family relationships were known, but hidden from the public. Such as that of Father Junipero Serra, who was a descendant of the notorious Borgia papal family. We now know the truth about The Crusades and the Inquisitions; and how truly horrible they actually were.


Many problems still exist within Academia. We need to bring Academia into the 21st Century.

Essential Changes To Academia Now Required

http://www.academia.edu/10632376/Essential_Changes_To_Academia_Now_Required_For_A_Quality_Education

True Nature Of Ancient History

http://www.academia.edu/11700170/True_Nature_Of_Ancient_History

Father Serra’s Direct Descent From The Borgian Popes
http://www.academia.edu/12966791/Ancestry_Of_Father_Junipero_Serra_Via_Borgias

[III] The masses, or “commoners” lived a very different life down through most of written history than that of royalty. Those who were not royal, for instance, had no actual basic human rights (that is reason for the long war of the Pharisees, who were fighting to give the masses basic human rights, and end to slavery, and a truly democratic government. In my research, it appears that Nero had tried to will the Roman Empire to the Pharisees upon his death, but Arrius Piso and his supporters tried to wipe out all of the Jewish sects to insure that that did not happen. That too, by the way, was the reason for the creation of a new religion to replace the old one that they had planned to destroy – which, became known as Christianity). Arrius Piso writing as Philo of Alexandria, refers to the “two races” of men; meaning, the royals and the non-royals. There was a real Philo of Alexandria, who was a Herodian, and who was a common ancestor of both Arrius Piso and Pliny The Younger. The real Philo of Alexandria, was aka ‘Pontius Pilate’ (‘Roman’ procurator of Judea). He was called ‘Roman’, because the Herodians were sent to study in Rome and were ‘Romanized’. I will be writing more on this subject.


The Beginnings Of Christianity & The Evolution Of Popes

http://www.academia.edu/10720286/Beginnings_Of_Christianity_and_The_Evolution_Of_Popes

[IV] Regarding “The New Classical Scholarship” (NCS) and the need to study ancient history in a much different way, using new methods and procedures.

The New Classical Scholarship, uses solid scholarship & knowledge of ancient literature to get at the actual meaning of what was written in the original languages, by the original authors. That is, ancient texts are examined in the way that they should be; not by speculation, assumptions, superficial or disconnected readings, but as literature, as that is precisely what they are.

That is why, no matter what, this methodology not only cannot be “debunked”, but will replace how ancient texts have been studied in the past. This is the way in which ancient texts (religious or otherwise) should have been studied for a very long time now. But since ancient texts in general, have not been studied this way, people still misunderstand it and argue about it due to their own ignorance of the subject matter and the correct methodology.

Many people today are still sorely ignorant of ancient language and the letters & words used at the time that they immediately think that anything to do with numbers (like ‘666’) has to refer to something religious or superstitious, when in fact, their alphabet (or letters of the alphabet) were unlike ours today in that they served a dual or double purpose; they were both letters AND numbers.

And, they were used that way on a regular basis. Their alphabet was what is called ‘alpha-numeric’. Up until fairly recent times, the Latin alphabet was regularly used to represent numbers. The NFL still uses the Latin letter-numbers (alpha-numerics) to designate which Super Bowl it is for each season.

Julius Calpurnius Piso wrote The Revelation and he used ‘666’ to point to his father (Arrius Piso) writing as Flavius Josephus; because at the time that he wrote The Revelation, the only other place to find ‘666’ was in the writings of Flavius Josephus. Julius Piso finished The Revelation in 137 CE/AD.

Julius Piso’s nephew, Antoninus Pius (who became emperor), realized that 666 pointed directly to Flavius Josephus and he wanted to make it so that people would not look at Flavius Josephus for connections to the creation of Christianity; so he wrote as Suetonius and made people think that 666 referred to ‘Nero’ (in 145 CE/AD).

666 – Piso Numbers & The New Testament
http://www.academia.edu/15042254/666_-_Piso_Numbers_and_The_New_Testament


New Classical Scholarship – Discoveries
http://www.academia.edu/15433084/New_Classical_Scholarship_-_Discoveries

Dating Ancient Texts (New Methodology)
http://www.academia.edu/14951642/Dating_Ancient_Texts_New_Methodology_

[V] A royal oligarchy ruled over the known world for thousands of years. Also, ancient royals had traveled around the globe, but deliberately hid that information from non-royals. That is why they did not publish anything stating their world travels in any way that non-royals may understand. They hinted about it a lot. But only those who could understand what they meant (such as other royals who could read the Royal Language) would know what they were hinting at or referring to. For instance, they joked about it among themselves by putting a ‘globe’ (knowing that the world was round) in the hand of Jupiter on coins. They had long made up stories about ships falling off the edge of the world to prevent non-royals from attempting world travel.

Why? Because they know of all of the natural resources and wealth that existed elsewhere in the world and they wanted it all to themselves. We know, for instance, that massive amounts of copper were taken from the Great Lakes region of North America, and had been mined there for thousands of years. There are no European or Near East sources of copper that could have supplied the amount of copper coins and other copper/bronze items that were made over the course of thousands of years, other than that source. And, the missing copper, had it remained in North America, would have been found by now. Also, objects have been found in and around those mines that prove that Romans and others had been there at various times down through history.

[VI] Royal Supremacy and the “closed” or Controlled Environment. And, the Royal Language.

How & Why Ancient Royalty Created Facades & Illusions

[The Effective Creation of an Alternate Version of Reality]
http://www.academia.edu/15285175/Ancient_Royal_Facades_and_Illusions

The Biblical Dynasty (A Summary)
http://www.academia.edu/15043822/The_Biblical_Dynasty_A_Summary_

Oligarchy And Ancient Genealogies
http://www.academia.edu/28345792/Oligarchy_And_Ancient_Genealogies

Napoleon Bonaparte & The Holy Roman Empire

http://www.academia.edu/10994708/Napoleon_Bonaparte_and_The_Holy_Roman_Empire

Royal Supremacy: When The World Lacked Freedom

http://www.academia.edu/15817675/Royal_Supremacy_When_The_World_Lacked_Freedom

A Few Words About The Royal Language
http://www.academia.edu/30347785/A_Few_Words_About_The_Royal_Language

[VII] The Piso family and their descendants were popes. The following papers will demonstrate just which popes given within these papers had descended from Arrius Piso and his family.

The Beginnings Of Christianity & The Evolution Of Popes

http://www.academia.edu/10720286/Beginnings_Of_Christianity_and_The_Evolution_Of_Popes

The Calpurnius Piso Family And The Origin Of Popes

http://www.academia.edu/28071713/CalpurniusPisoFamily_and_TheOriginOfPopes.pdf

The Descent Of St. Jerome From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/28503758/The_Descent_Of_St_Jerome_From_Arrius_Piso

Descent Of King James From Arrius Piso (Genealogy)
http://www.academia.edu/18889541/Descent_Of_King_James_From_Arrius_Piso_Genealogy_

Origen, Eusebius, Constantine & The Mention Of Christ In Josephus
http://www.academia.edu/18890228/Origen_Eusebius_Constantine_and_Christ_In_Josephus

Pope Anastasius I As Father Of Emperor Marcian

http://www.academia.edu/14498671/Pope_Anastasius_I_As_Father_Of_Emperor_Marcian

Galen The Physician & Emperor Didius Julianus

http://www.academia.edu/14498529/Galen_The_Physician_and_Emperor_Didius_Julianus

Descent Of Popes John III & Pelagius II From Arrius Piso

http://www.academia.edu/14498401/Descent_Of_Popes_John_III_and_Pelagius_II_From_Arrius_Piso

The Descent Of Pope Fabian From Pope Pius I

http://www.academia.edu/11135934/The_Descent_Of_Pope_Fabian_From_Pope_Pius_I

Julius Calpurnius Piso & His Family Of Popes

http://www.academia.edu/11117941/Julius_Calpurnius_Piso_and_His_Family_Of_Popes

Who Was The Often Quoted Tertullian?

http://www.academia.edu/11101036/Who_Was_The_Often_Quoted_Tertullian_

Pope Alexander VI (his ancestors & descendants)

http://www.academia.edu/11025420/Pope_Alexander_VI_Ancestors_and_Descendants_

The Descent of Pope Stephen X From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/29106927/The_Descent_Of_Pope_Stephen_X_From_Arrius_Piso

Pope Gregory V Descent From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/28609057/Pope_Gregory_V_-_Descent_From_Arrius_Piso.pdf

Descent of Pope Gregory X From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/31512759/Descent_Of_Pope_Gregory_X_From_Arrius_Piso_Genealogy

Pope Silvester II Descent From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/28641018/Pope_Silvester_II_Descent_From_Arrius_Piso_

The Descent of Pope Leo IX From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/29107947/The_Descent_Of_Pope_Leo_IX_From_Arrius_Piso

The Descent of Pope Leo X From Arrius Piso

http://www.academia.edu/29058587/The_Descent_of_Pope_Leo_X_From_Arrius_Piso


Pope Urban II: His Descent From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/31504904/Pope_Urban_II_His_Descent_From_Arrius_Piso

The Descent of Anti-Pope Felix V From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/29107755/The_Descent_Of_Anti-Pope_Felix_V_From_Arrius_Piso

The Descent of Pope Calixtus II From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/29107499/The_Descent_of_Pope_Calixtus_II_From_Arrius_Piso

The Descent of Pope Victor II From Arrius Piso
http://www.academia.edu/29108047/The_Descent_of_Pope_Victor_II_From_Arrius_Piso

Napoleon Bonaparte & The Holy Roman Empire

http://www.academia.edu/10994708/Napoleon_Bonaparte_and_The_Holy_Roman_Empire

[VIII] Alias names and pen names as the key to reconstructing their family trees, and as an essential part of building profiles, and of acquiring additional data about various individuals written about in history. I will be writing more on this subject and giving the various alias names and pen names that have been discovered so far. Here are a few papers that give examples for now.

This is a condensed example of a compiled Profile.

Lifetime of Principle Individual: First & Second Century C.E.

Name (Main Public Name/s): Flavius Josephus/Arrius Antoninus/Arrius Varus, etc.

Name (Main Private Name/s): (Marcus Antonius) Arrius Calpurnius Piso

Name (Aliases &/or Pen Name/s): Too many to list, see Master List Of Alias Names

Rank Or Other Status: Virtual Co-Emperor, General, etc.

Basic Statistics: Birth, Death, Marriages, Children. Born 37 CE, Died 118/119 CE.

Names Under Which Birth &/Or Death Is Given: Birth date as Flavius Josephus.

Death as ____________________. Marriages/s under name/s of _____________.

Number of Marriages (Wives): 3 or 4 known. Wives Name/s.*

Of Family: Calpurnii Piso, Flavians, etc.

Related To: The Piso Frugi, Sabinii, Flavians, Herodians, Hasmoneans, etc.

Immediate Family: Mother, Father, Grandfather/s, Grandmother/s, Aunt/s, Uncle/s.

Mother: Arria The Youger. Father: Gaius Calpurnius Piso. Paternal Grandfather: ____.

Paternal Grandmother: _________. Maternal Grandfather: T. Flavius Sabinus II. Maternal Grandmother: Arria The Elder (sister of Seneca).

Aliases Of Family Members: (see Master List Of Alias Names)

Family Tree Stemma: Yes.

Career/s: Roman General, Virtual Co-Emperor, etc.

Career Name/s & Notes: Cestius Gallus, Roman General; (M.) Antonius Primus, ____. Titus, as Virtual Co-Emperor (w/ Emperor Titus, thus, the confusion); etc.

Home Location/s: Villa Of The Pisos (Herculaneum, at the Bay of Naples), etc.

Literary Works (if any): Flavius Josephus, Philo of Alexandria, NT gospels, Plutarch, etc.

Descendant of Well-Known or Principle Individuals: Mark Anthony, Cleopatra, K. Herod, etc.

Sources Of Aliases Used: Too many to list, many from inherited names & titles (see Alias Deduction List).

Primary Sources: Flavius Josephus (Whiston translation, and Loeb Classical Library Edition), too many to list (see books that mention him by alias names, and those of his family).

Other Sources/References: ‘Christ And The Caesars’, Bruno Bauer, ‘The Rise, Decline And Fall Of The Roman Religion’, James Ballantyne Hannay, ‘The True Authorship of the New Testament’, Abelard Reuchlin, ‘Piso Christ’, Roman Piso, etc.

*Vitellia (dr. of Emp. Vitellius), Boionia Procilla, Queen Berenice (sister of K. Agrippa II).

[Note: Profiles will cross-reference with each other. And a “Master List Of Alias Names” is essential to work from]


Determining Ancient Identities And The True Nature Of Ancient History

http://www.academia.edu/10632391/Determining_Ancient_Identities_And_The_True_Nature_Of_Ancient_History

Discovering Aliases And Pen Names Used By Ancient Authors

http://www.academia.edu/10632326/Discovering_Aliases_and_Pen_Names_Used_By_Ancient_Authors

Working Through Bogus Names In Ancient Texts

http://www.academia.edu/10631176/Working_Through_Bogus_Names_In_Ancient_Texts

Determining Identities Of Ancient Royal Authors

http://www.academia.edu/10812451/Determining_Identities_Of_Ancient_Royal_Authors

Discovering Tacitus As Neratius Priscus

http://www.academia.edu/10784164/Discovering_Tacitus_As_Neratius_Priscus

[IX] The Six Major Assumptions within Academia currently. There is also a list of facades and illusions that were created by ancient royals, which continue to fool so-called scholars even today. I’ve instructed people about these many times and have written about them in my papers and in the book ‘Piso Christ’. I will continue to inform and educate people regarding these important discoveries.


This is a list of the ‘Six Major Assumptions’ within Academia today.

One. The assumption that ancient authors were who they said they were. And just taking their word for it. When, in fact, there were liars and psychopaths in those times as well. Some, obviously born into royalty.

Two. The assumption that ancient authors were writing in an honest and forthright manner. It is similar to just “believing” in or having “faith” in a religion. Which is not at all how academia should be.

Three. The assumption that ancient authors did not have vested interests, hidden agendas, or ulterior motives for misleading or even lying to their (non-royal) readers.

Four. The assumption that just anyone could write and get published, and that many people were doing so; which also assumes that the authors were not closely related to each other and were not writing in concert with each other.

Five. The assumption that ancient authors were not writing from within a closed or “controlled” environment (one, which has now been recognized and termed ‘Royal Supremacy’).

Six. The assumption that ancient authors were not using literary devices and other methods in which to deceive both the non-royal reader, and therefore, also the masses.

Besides these Six Major Assumptions, there is also a long list of Facades & Illusions that were created by ancient royalty. The assumptions made and continued to be believed in by Academia remained so mainly because of the false belief in these created facades, illusions and ideological concepts.

How & Why Ancient Royalty Created Facades & Illusions

[The Effective Creation of an Alternate Version of Reality]
http://www.academia.edu/15285175/Ancient_Royal_Facades_and_Illusions

[X] Academia, at this point, is still at a loss. In truth and in reality, since what is being taught is incorrect and is believed to be correct, it keeps so-called scholars chasing their tails or going in circles, so that they waste both their time and ours. This must be corrected. Even those who have reached the point in their studies where they have found a Roman authorship for the New Testament and creation of Christianity, still tend to be at a loss and often go off into tangents; and may still get many things confused, as studying on this level is very complex, takes much time, dedication, and must be honed.

Regarding Joseph Atwill’s Titus

http://www.academia.edu/30896788/Regarding_Joseph_Atwills_Titus.pdf

[XI] The necessity of aliases and pen names. Ancient royals were creating illusions and facades in order to mislead non-royals. One of the reasons is that since only royals who were living at any given point in time could write, and only royals trained to do so were up to the task, meant that each one had to use different pen names in order to create the illusion that a) there was a measure of freedom where anyone could write and have their work published and sold. As well as, b) make it appear as if there were many more people writing than their actually were. They, the royals, were writing ALL things written for publication. And, that, of course, included all of the religious texts. The only way that a religion could get started and promoted is by royalty doing so.

There are three major religions in the world today, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, that are all causing a world of trouble. They were all created in ancient times, by ancient royalty. No one was allowed to write anything for publication, nor could they distribute literature, under penalty of death; except for royalty.

That kind of limits just WHO could have written religious texts.

Three Major Religions Of Today Were Created By Ancient Royalty
http://www.academia.edu/10826646/Three_Major_Religions_Created_By_Ancient_Royalty

[XII] Continue to read my work and research papers for more examples of Arrius Piso’s various names being created, used, hidden and disguised. I will be writing a paper soon which will detail just that.

[XIII] Arrius Calpurnius Piso’s three main and true names (“Arrius”, “Calpurnius” and “Piso” were given in The Revelation and in The Talmud. More about that in other papers, etc. Read the information given in Abelard Reuchlin’s ‘The True Authorship of the New Testament’ for more information regarding Arrius (Arius) Piso’s names. Arrius Piso was a son of Gaius Calpurnius Piso who was sentenced to death by Nero in 65 CE.

[XIV] How ancient royals had created and use alias names. Many examples have been and still need to be given and demonstrated. Which, I will continue to do.

[XV] The truth about current Academia. Regarding the subjects of Ancient History and Religion, colleges and universities were never created to get at the truth. That is another assumption. These subjects have always been taught for people to learn how to continue teaching incorrectly, and as a means to a career in the clergy. In more recent times, it has been used to prop one’s self up as an “authority” so as to sell books and get paid for lectures. The motive is not to strive for the truth, but for money.

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Other references and related papers:

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See my paper, ‘Ancient Alias Names List (2017)’, which can be found listed here;

The Roman Piso Papers

http://independent.academia.edu/RomanPiso/Papers

Arrius Piso was grandfather of Emperor Antoninus Pius, as ‘Arrius Antoninus’. This can be found via Claudia Phoebe/Pompeia Plotina/Arria Fadilla.

Prosopographia Imperii Romani (PIR) 2 T 587.

DIR – An Online Encyclopedia of Roman rulers and their families (2000).

‘Women of the Caesars: Their Lives and Portraits on Coins’, Giorgio Giacosa, 1977.

‘Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology’, William Smith, 1870.

‘Roman Coins and Their Values’, David R. Sear, Fourth Revised Edition, 1988, Seaby Publications Ltd., London, England.

‘Historical Implications of Roman Coins: a survey of Roman Coinage and its role in deciphering history’, Jean Stern, Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, CA (1975)

‘Roman History from coins; some uses of the Imperial Coinage to the Historian’, Cambridge Univ. Press, Michael Grant (c. 1958)

‘Roman History and Coinage; 44 BC – AD 69’, C.H.V. Sutherland, Oxford Univ. Press, 1987.

‘Fifty points of relation from Julius Caesar to Vespasian’, Carol H.V.O. Sutherland, Oxford Univ. Press, 1987.

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‘Ancient Alias Names List (2017)’ can be found at:

The Roman Piso Papers

http://independent.academia.edu/RomanPiso/Papers


For another source of my research papers you may go here:

https://pisoproject.wordpress.com

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Again, we must work to change academia. Virtually all ancient history scholars have been wrong. And, they continue to “teach” others to be wrong. This must stop. Spread this information and help better educate as many people as you can, particularly, those within academia.

When we succeed in changing academia for the better, we also help change the world for the better. Remember, the Oligarchy that controls our world today, for the most part, are descendants of the original Oligarchy. Exposing the fraud is the only way we can take back our world and begin to base our lives upon reality instead of synthesized ideological concepts. Academia must be made to be what it should have been all along.

If you know someone who cannot read this because they cannot read in English, please read it to them or otherwise translate it for them. This information is extremely important and must be made universal knowledge.

Attention Classics & Ancient History ‘Scholars’: Richard Carrier, Marcus Borg, Robert M. Price, Bart Ehrmann, Robert Eisenman, Werner Eck, Anthony Birley.

Attention New Testament/Biblical ‘Scholars’: Elaine Pagels, John Dominic Crossan, Jonathan Reed, Ched Myers, Bernard Brandon Scott, N.T. Wright, Stanley Hauerwas, Amy-Jill Levine, Taylor Weaver, Richard Hays, David Horrell, Bruce J. Malina, Craig Evans, Craig Keener, Raymond Brown, James D. G. Dunn, Dale Martin, Stanley Stowers, John Barclay, Philip Esler, Garrett Fagan.

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