- Great women of imperial Rome
The Life of Nero, Suetonius 49–5756 He utterly despised all cults, with the sole exception of that of the Syrian Goddess, and even acquired such a contempt for her that he made water on her image, after he was enamoured of another superstition, which was the only one to which he constantly clung. For he had received as a gift from some unknown man of the commons, as a protection against plots, a little image of a girl
Nero's final contempt for the "Syrian goddess" could be a type of the destruction of the Harlot by her lovers in the end of the world.
And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire.
The Roman Catholic historians usually say that Peter went to Rome to rebuke and limit Simon Magus' influence and then went on to take the bishop seat there. As I said before, Simon Magus, who refined antichristianism, was a samaritan, who was the spiritual forefather of the jesuits.
"According to the apocryphal Acts of Peter and Paul a formal debate was scheduled at which Simon Magus would debate Saints Peter and Paul before the Emperor Nero. Simon Magus tells Nero to have a lofty tower of wood erected on which Simon Magus will ascend. Then, the angels of Simon Magus will carry him throughout the air. By this miracle, says Simon Magus, he will prove that his words are true and the Gospel of Peter and Paul is false. Nero complies and the tower is built.The next day, many gather to see this spectacle. Paul shows deference to Peter as Pope saying, “It is my part to bend the knee, and to pray to God and thine to produce the effect, if thou shouldst see him attempting anything, because thou wast first taken in hand by the Lord.” Paul then kneels in prayer.Simon Magus then ascended the wooden tower crowned with a laurel, stretched out his hands and began to fly to the astonishment of all. Nero immediately proclaimed to Peter, “Simon is true, but you and Paul are liars!”....................Nero waits three days to see of Simon Magus will return to life. The magician, of course, does not rise again from the dead. In consequence, Peter and Paul fall foul of Nero. The two Apostles then receive their glorious martyrdoms."
I wouldn't be surprised at all (my conjecture) if it all was THE OTHER WAY AROUND and Simon Magus was actually instrumental in the persecutions and martyrdoms of Paul (and Peter) and that he had some kind of positive relationship with Nero. After all, the "Harlot of Tyre" or "Sophia", whom Simon Magus was said to have rescued, was none other than the Syrian Goddess, the same which Nero exclusively worshipped.
Tyre is a type of Mystery Babylon:
17 And it shall come to pass after the end of seventy years, that the LORD will visit Tyre, and she shall turn to her hire, and shall commit fornication with all the kingdoms of the world upon the face of the earth.Isaiah 23 KJB
18 And her merchandise and her hire shall be holiness to the LORD: it shall not be treasured nor laid up; for her merchandise shall be for them that dwell before the LORD, to eat sufficiently, and for durable clothing.
"Now, Simon Magus, through whose figure the fake jews "evolved" into fake christians, that person, whom the same samaritans and romans called GOD THE FATHER, was said to develop much of what we now consider gnosticism, which the apostle John warned us most solemnly about in his epistles. Simon, in his Satanic inspiration, copied the narrative of the crucifixion and the foundation of the Church and twisted it to suit his anti-christian agenda.....
"The mystery of Sophia-Epinoia is great indeed, insoluble in its origins; for how does that which is Divine descend below and create Powers which imprison their parent? It is the mystery of the universe and of man, insoluble for all but the Logos itself, by whose self-sacrifice Sophia, the Soul, is finally freed from her bonds............"
....Another strong inference here is that the Church"renewal"which will resolve this great crisis may involve the martyrdom of one or more popes..."
The [false] fall of the Harlot - Simon Francis ( part1 )
“I have a feeling my pontificate will be brief,”