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The first of Jesus' apostles, guardian of the gates of Paradise, founder of the Christian Church, the first pope in history… Peter is a key figure of the Christian religion. Yet, there remain many unsolved questions regarding his incredible life.

How did he really die? Where was he buried? Why did this Saint have such an important place in the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the powers he was said to have? Today, there's an interesting twist to the mysteries that surround Saint Peter. Two large archaeological sites in Rome and Israel have unearthed unexpected discoveries, shaking up Christianity's long-held beliefs.

Based on recent excavations and ongoing research, this documentary shows us the latest findings on Saint Peter and his place of burial. Enough to overturn the legends and mysteries that surround the Prince of the Apostles.

Orthodox Jewish Bible

18 Omein, I say to you, whatever you bind as asur (prohibited) on haaretz will have been bound in Shomayim, and whatever you permit as mutar on haaretz is mutar (permitted) in Shomayim.


The Circus of Nero or Circus of Caligula was a circus in ancient Rome, located mostly in the present-day Vatican City.

The Meta Romuli (in Latin mēta Rōmulī, transl.: "Pyramid of Romulus"; also named "Piramide vaticana" or "Piramide di Borgo" in Italian) was a pyramid built in ancient Rome that is important for historical, religious and architectural reasons. By the 16th century, it was almost completely demolished.

San Pietro in Montorio (Saint Peter on the Golden Mountain) is a church in Rome, Italy, which includes in its courtyard the Tempietto, a small commemorative martyrium (tomb) built by Donato Bramante.

Petrus Eni

THE TOMB OF ST. PETER by Margherita Guarducci

But before explaining this cryptographic system, it would be well to inquire why the early Christians used it. What purpose was served by this secret and conventional mode of expressing the secrets of the Faith? The many brutal persecutions suffered by followers of Christ, from the time of Nero onward, leap immediately to mind; and certainly it is easy to see why the faithful would want to hide their identity and the most intimate, precious concepts of their Faith from the enemy. But if the historic fact of persecution had some importance in the development of this unique cryptography, it was certainly not its cause. The first roots of the phenomenon must rather be sought in two tastes which the ancient Christians had in common with the pagans of their time: a taste for artifice and a propensity toward mystery. These are two very ancient qualities. The first originated in the classical world some centuries before Christ and the second is directly connected with human nature, which finds an air of mystery most favorable for thinking of God and hearing His voice. This irrepressible thirst for the divine is precisely what men hoped to satisfy in the foundation of the famous mystery religions which, having flourished in Greece and other parts of the Eastern Mediterranean, were transplanted to Rome where they found enthusiastic adherents during the late republican and early imperial eras. But though they shared these tendencies with the pagans, the Christians made them their own, infusing in them the spirit of the new Faith.

the time of the Gospels until our own - to the Greek letters alpha and omega. In the Apocalypse, written at the end of the first century, these two letters, the first and the last in the Greek alphabet, are applied sometimes to God and sometimes to Christ, to say that the Supreme Being and the Son who is identified with Him are the beginning and the end of created things. It is also known, from a Christian writer who lived in Egypt at the end of the first and beginning of the second century,6 that the ancient Christians saw in the Greek letter tau (T) a symbol of the Cross; evidently because this letter resembles the Cross in its form, and also because it is derived from a Semitic sign (the taw) which the ancient Hebrews considered lucky. The letter ypsilon, which the pagan sect of Pythagoreans considered very important, was also given special values by the early Christians, its significance for them (as also, perhaps for the Pythagoreans) rising from the fact that it was the beginning of the word (hygieia) meaning "health." (In the Greek, the "h" is a simple breathing mark, making the ypsilon the first letter of the word.)

All these meanings have long been recognized, but it is difficult today to image how far the Christians had gone on the road of alphabetical symbolism. The inscriptions on Wall G and other Christian epigraphs of the first centuries show that the faithful finally came to attribute a symbolic value to many letter of the alphabet; usually to the initial letters of favorite words. Thus, to mention a few examples, E took on the meaning of Eden, N (because it was the beginning of the Greek nika) that of "victory," the R that of "resurrection" (from the Latin resurrectio), and S that of "health" (from the Latin salus), the double V (W) signified, as it does today, a widh for life (vivas or vivatis - "may you live").

Very important is the letter A, which keeps its original meaning of "beginning" in the formula (or in Latin letters AO) and in other cases takes the meaning of "life" or "Christ-life." And it is not hard to understand the reason. The idea of "beginning" could lead naturally to that of "beginning of eternal life" and later to that of "life in the absolute sense," i.e., "Christ-life," since the Redeemer is, for Christians, life par excellence. Thus we should not be surprised to read, on Wall G and elsewhere, the wish IN A (or I A) with the same meaning as IN (in Christo), and to find the well-known formula AO sometimes inverted into OA, with the evident purpose of wishing the soul safe passage "from the end to the beginning," that is, from the end of human life to the beginning of heavenly life, which is equivalent to Life in the absolute sense, or Christ. Wall G also presents frequent groups of three A's, or three V's or three N's, variously arranged. It is an ingenious way to express the concept of the Holy Trinity. In the first two cases, the three A's or the three V's evidently indicate the Trinity in its aspect of life, while the three N's are intended to exalt the eternal victory of the triune God.

I look at these cryptographic markings as encryption keys allowing access to the Metaverse. 

Code X with Robert Grant S01 E02 ~ The Last Supper Decoded

Why were the early Christians tortured and killed. Could it be they knew the codes and the Caesar's wanted access to 'heaven.'

Posted by George Freund on January 25, 2023 at 6:02 PM 88 Views