Jesus was about 17 years of age when Augustus passed away in 14 AD. The next successor to the Roman throne lacked the same political rhetoric, instead resorting to straight up murdering Roman dignitaries to keep the kingdom under his control. Through these means, Tiberius managed to keep his power till after the death of Jesus, and in that time he turned the success of Rome into a downward slide.
Although they lived like gods, Augustus Octavos Caesar followed by Emperor Tiberius proved they were not immortals; although the world was ruled by their command and their subjects worshiped them as gods, and yet still as death swallowed them up, sickness destroyed their bodies and they could not return again to the realm of the living. They were both just men, like any other, in that they were brought down to the same dust all men eventually fall prey to.
By plunder, Caesar had become as a Christ in the earth, the giver of life and death, the anti-type to the real, yet their influence was only of dominions and not as that of Christ himself who turned water to wine, and raised the dead. For there was never a Caesar who could have said, “I come in my Father’s Name, to do His Will.” When a Caesar died, he was like all those born of women, he went to the grave, never to return, though his mantel was passed to another and his legacy remained enshrined in a marble statue, his flesh was no different to all flesh that was born in the earth.
Decoding the Beast, is through a cypher, a simple mathematical code, found in the context of the authorized English translation of the Bible. Counting the ‘Code of the Beast’, reveals that the final kingdoms of the earth. READ MORE