Harlot - Rome and The Church of Apostasy
Revelation 17 And the woman was arrayed
in purple and scarlet colour. And here is the
mind which hath wisdom. The
seven heads are seven mountains, on which
the woman sits.
Rome is clearly known throughout history as
the "the city of Seven Hills".
The Toga Trabea
Women normally wore the Stola and were not
allowed to wear togas unless they were divorced
adultery. The toga trabea (one of various types)
contained the colors of
scarlet and gold. The Caesars of Rome wore
solid purple togas and this is why Christ
was mocked with the purple robe.
John 19:5 Then came Jesus forth, wearing the
crown of thorns, and the purple
robe. And Pilate saith unto them, Behold the man!
Zechariah 6:12 , Behold
the man whose
name is The Branch.
The Shepherd, Wolf and Prostitute
- Rome's Origins
The founding of Rome
comes from the story of Rhea Silvia who was
the mythical mother
of the twins Romulus and Remus, who founded
Roman Empire. Her story is told in the
Ab Urbe Condita of Livy (historian of Rome).
Mars (The God of War) raped Rhea
Silvia (A Vestal Vigin) in the forest, engendering
the twins. When Amulius learned of this, he
ordered Rhea Silvia buried alive and ordered
a servant to kill the twins. Rhea Silvia was
accused by Amulius of being a prositute after
the rape and violating the rules of the Vestal
writings on the Vestal Virgins
The Vestal Virgin is defined as the Goddess
of Fire - The Holy Priestess.
According to Livy's writings and Roman mythology
a wife of a shepherd known
as Lupa, a
she-wolf would eventually
raise the twins. This scene is depicted in
the photo on the
left. Muris Romuli
Satan is described in the Bible
as the idol shepherd and a wolf.
John 10:11 I am the
good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his
life for the sheep. But
he that is an hireling, and
not the shepherd,
whose own the sheep are not, seeth the
wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep,
and fleeth: and the
wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep.
Zechariah 11:17 Woe to the idol shepherd that
leaveth the flock! the sword shall be upon
The Temple of Vesta and
The Temple of Vesta stands in
the Roman Forum between the Temple
the Temple of Caesar, the Regia and the House
of the Vestal Virgins. In Ancient Rome, the
Vestal Virgin, were
the virgin holy priestesses of Vesta, the
goddess of fire. Their primary task
was to maintain the sacred fire of Vesta.
They were the only female priests
within the Roman religious system.
The Vesta Temple was surrounded by twenty
Corinthian columns built on a podium fifteen
meters in diameter. The
roof had a vent, which made tending Vesta's
sacred flame a
demanding task. Another round outer wall
went along the entire outside with more columns.
Since there was fire enclosed
in the temple,
there was risk of burning. The Temple of
Vesta did burn twice in its history.
Revelation 18:23 And the
light of a candle shall shine no
more at all in thee.
For by thy
sorceries were all nations deceived.
The Bride, Groom and Blood
of the Saints
The Bride is the Faithful Church - Isaiah
The Groom is Christ - Revelation 21
Revelation 18:23 And the voice
of the bridegroom and of the bride shall
be heard no more at all in thee.
Revelation 17:6 And I saw the woman drunken
with the blood of the saints
of Caesarea, who wrote in the fourth century,
states that Paul was beheaded
in the reign of the Roman Emperor Nero.
It is traditionally believed that the Roman
authorities also sentenced Simon Peter
to death by crucifixion.
The Roman historian Tacitus wrote concerning
the Great Fire of Rome, in Book 15, chapter
44 of his Annals:
"Hence to suppress the rumor, Nero falsely charged with the guilt, and punished
Christians, who were hated for their enormities.
Christ, the founder of the name, was put
to death by Pontius
Pilate, procurator of
Revelation 18:18 And cried when they saw
the smoke of her burning, saying, What city
unto this great city!
"There are many indications, it seems,
when a priestess is not performing her
holy functions with purity, but the principal
one is the extinction of the fire, which
the Romans dread above all misfortunes,
looking upon it, from whatever cause it
proceeds, as an omen that portends the
destruction of the city" - Dionysius
Roman Antiquities Book 2-57
Dionysius on the Vestal Virgins
History tells us that Rome was destroyed
by a great fire and will undoubtedly burn
again with the rise of the antichirst,
the occult and
the church of apostasy. The harlot.
The Pope's Title: Supreme
Pontiff of the Universal Church.
Latin form Pontifex Maximus is still used in reference to the Pope when writing
or speaking in that language. The title appears regularly on buildings, monuments
and coins dedicated by or otherwise made during each specific pontificate. Pontifex
Maximus refers to the former pagan Roman post and was
established by Augustus Caesar.