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By | December 24, 2016

Their domain turned out to be enormous to the point that there were 5 sovereigns required to control it when one, Constantine, rose to the purple. He schemed and butchered his way to the position of sole ruler. The keep going Caesar on his rundown was Crispus, his eldest child, whom he had killed on the grounds of defiling his relative. On his demise bed the sovereign guaranteed that every one of his relatives, aside from his surviving children, would be slaughtered so none could meddle with or change the religion he established.

That religion was the Roman Catholic Church that he built up in 325 AD at the Council of Nicaea. He shrewdly designed Jesus Christ, a reality noted in Revelation 13:13-18, to supplant all other god-men, a custom that typically occurred at equinox, seven days after the Ides of March.

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He put Mari (Mary) into it as the Mother of God and by canceling torturous killing he made his god the more imperative while keeping up association with the old Islamic custom. He modified the date of Easter to the full moon and made Sunday (the day of the sun) the holiest day of the week.

Constantine was an Amorite and an Islamite. He adored nobody yet himself and he viewed himself as the child of Apollo, another form of the sun. He was proclaimed as the god whose word was law. Through the fake god he remained the most imperative one without danger as he controlled the religion. He constructed the Vatican over the sanctuary of Jupiter as a parliament to expand his energy through it and the ministers who regulated the clerics of the domain.