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4/8/2016 7:32:03 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
Apollonius of Tynan, who visited India thrice -- last time , never to go back after Emperor Domitian tried to kill him ( as Nerva was too fond of him ). .

After Domitian was assassinated on the same date , hour and minute predicted through astrology by Apollonius , the Roman senate for the first time elected a Roman Emperor , Nerva -- as per the wish of Apollonius.

Apollonius rode like a colossus through the rule of TEN Roman Emperors-- all of them wrote about him -- not a single one wrote about Jesus Christ .

The last two Roman Emperors Nero and Domitian hated Apollonius- as the people worshiped him in temples ..

The rest all loved him . . he lived more than a hundred years .

This post will cause my revelations to jump from 16.75 % to 18.75 %.


It is the HIGHEST JUMP EVER after 983 posts and 80,840 comments .

This post culminates 40 years of research on Jesus Christ of Nazareth and Apollonius of Tyna.

I am a rapid reader , and I have mentally dredged and trawled thousands of documents

LIKE NIKOLA TESLA , APOLLONIUS WAS "DELETED " FROM HISTORY .

HIS SIDE KICK NAY DISCIPLE DAMISA ( JESUS ) BECAME THE PROPPED UP MESSIAH IN 325 AD.

CRUCIFIXION WAS A NORMAL THING IN ROME. THEY BROKE THE KNEE CAPS TOO WHILE IMPALED ON THE CROSS.

Now that I say Jesus Christ"s name was coined at the First Council of Nicea in 325 AD, the Thomas Christians in Kerala are left between a rock and a hard place.

When Apollonius came to Muziris a second time, he and his side kick Damisa went to Himalayas and Taxlila which has Namboodiri professors on deputation from Kodungallur.

Only Apollonius went back to Rome, Damisa and his wife stayed back. Because Apollonius would travel to several nations .

Every vestige of written information about Apollonius was destroyed , when the great libraries of Alexandra and Cordoba were burnt down. The sack of Rome several times with the Pope in connivance was also to destroy every temple or altar in the name of Apollonius .

Cordoba had extensive records of Apollonious visit . This visit to Cordoba was what made Emperor Domitian nervous.

An author and an intellectual named Flavious Philostratos was summoned by the Queen Julia Domna, who had with her the diary of Damisa , she got from a close relative of Damisa .

The Empress , a very smart woman, asked Lucius Flavius Philostratos to authenticate what was written by travelling to many places mentioned in the diary and write a biography of Apollonius.

All knew that Damisa from the city of Nineveh has followed his beloved master Apollonius like his shadow .

Julia"s nephew, Alexander Severus, who was Roman Emperor from 222 AD to 235 AD had the statues of both Indian sages Orpheus and Apollonius in his personal altar.

Julia Domna"s own husband Septimius Sevurus ( below) was Emperor of Rome from 193 AD to 211 AD.

Julia was an intellectual, patron of art , a woman of great character and leadership spirit . She would fight alongside her husband with sword , in the thick of battle , during his dangerous campaigns ..

Empress Julia Domna was THE most respected woman in Rome and people were in awe of her courage, regal beauty and intellect .

She was the mother of Roman Emperors Geta and Caracalla. Julia"s ancestors were wealthy priest Kings of the famous Pagan temple of Elagabalus .

Her family had enormous wealth and was promoted to Roman senatorial aristocracy. Before her marriage, Julia inherited the huge estate of her paternal great-uncle Julius Agrippa, a former leading Centurion.

Let me quote Wikipedia -
QUOTE: If it were not for Julia, we would have very little information today about the legendary Apollonius of Tyana. It was at the behest of Julia that Philostratus wrote his now famous Life of Apollonius.[8] Julia is thought to have died before Philostratus could finish his work of eight volumes.[4]UNQUOTE

Pisistratus was paid well in advance by Julia and he spared no pains to gather information on the subject, for in his concluding words (viii 31), he tells us that he has himself traveled into most parts of the "world" and everywhere met with the "inspired sayings " about Apollonius.

Philostratus died in 250 AD.

This bography book was hunted by the Vatican but was hidden in Arabia by the Pagans.

One of Damisa"s famous sentences was Apollonius"s own words about India.

" In India I see men dwelling on the earth and yet not on it, defended on all sides, yet without defense, possessing nothing, yet having everything."

The forbidden biography of Apollonius ( eight volumes in Greek ) was brought into Europe.
In around 1680 AD , Charles Blount an English deist and philosopher translated the first two Volumes of the books of Philostratus concerning the Life of Apollonius of Tyana..

In 1801 AD that the first complete English translation, from the Latin, was made, in spite of the opposition of the Vatican and Pope who, when no longer able to suppress its publication.

After his death, Emperor Domitian's memory was condemned to oblivion by the pagan Roman Senate, while senatorial authors such as Tacitus, Pliny the Younger and Suetonius published histories propagating the view of Domitian as a cruel and paranoid tyrant.

He was convinced that Nerva was plotting behind his back with Apollonius .

Apollonius was one of the greatest travellers known to antiquity. Among the countries and places he visited the following are the chief ones recorded by Philostratus describes the ship travels of Apollonius and Damisa to Muziris in Kerala and their time spent in Muzris University ( Kodungallur/ Cranganore ) where Pythagoras and Plato had studied.

He mentions of his second visit to India and his visit to Taxila University ( Attoack )(ii 20); and so they make their way across the tributaries of the Indus (ii 43) to the valley of the Ganges (iii 5), and finally arrive at the "monastery of the wise men" (iii 10), where Apollonius spends four months (iii 50).

Not so bright Damisa wrote Bharat as Paracha.

Thence Apollonius crosses over to Lesbos (iv 13), and subsequently sails for Athens, where he spends some years in Greece (iv 17-33) visiting the temples of Hellas, reforming their rites and instructing the priests (iv 24).

We next find him in Crete (iv 34), and subsequently at Rome in the time of Nero (iv 36-46). In A.D. 66 Nero issued a decree forbidding any philosopher to remain in Rome, and Apollonius set out for Spain, and landed at Gades, and travelled to the Pagan library of Cordoba.

In A.D. 66 Nero issued a decree forbidding any philosopher to remain in Rome, and Apollonius set out for Spain, and landed at Gades, and travelled to Cordoba.

From Pireaus , Apollonius sails for Chios (v 21), thence to Rhodes, and so to Alexandria (v 24). At Alexandria he spends some time, and has several interviews with the future Emperor Vespasian (v 27-41),

Now Vespasian was emperor from 69 to 79, and Titus from 79 to 81. As Apollonius" interviews with Vespasian took place shortly before the beginning of that emperor"s reign, . In 81 Domitian became emperor, and just as Apollonius opposed the follies of Nero, so did he criticise the acts of Domitian.

He accordingly became an object of suspicion to the emperor; but instead of keeping away from Rome, he determined to brave the tyrant to his face.

Apollonius had written down the exact date, time and minute of the death of Domitian by astrology and Domitian felt that this was plain pre-arranged murder managed by Nerva and Apollonius.

Damisa had written about the indomitable energy of the vegetarian Apollonius , his power of endurance, his handsome and stately demeanour and perfect physique even in old age"how he did Surya Namaskar at dawn , travelled barefooted , was celebate , wore only white cotton --

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4/8/2016 8:48:17 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 4/8/2016 8:28:17 AM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
I read close to 5 lines of the post.

Can anyone beat me ? GL

Sorry, gave up after 2
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4/8/2016 8:49:29 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 4/8/2016 8:48:17 AM, desmac wrote:
At 4/8/2016 8:28:17 AM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
I read close to 5 lines of the post.

Can anyone beat me ? GL

Sorry, gave up after 2

Good game
Good game
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4/8/2016 8:55:01 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 4/8/2016 8:49:29 AM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
At 4/8/2016 8:48:17 AM, desmac wrote:
At 4/8/2016 8:28:17 AM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
I read close to 5 lines of the post.

Can anyone beat me ? GL

Sorry, gave up after 2

Good game
Good game

Nice to see you.
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4/8/2016 12:30:35 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 4/8/2016 7:32:03 AM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
Apollonius of Tynan, who visited India thrice -- last time , never to go back after Emperor Domitian tried to kill him ( as Nerva was too fond of him ). .

After Domitian was assassinated on the same date , hour and minute predicted through astrology by Apollonius , the Roman senate for the first time elected a Roman Emperor , Nerva -- as per the wish of Apollonius.

Apollonius rode like a colossus through the rule of TEN Roman Emperors-- all of them wrote about him -- not a single one wrote about Jesus Christ .

The last two Roman Emperors Nero and Domitian hated Apollonius- as the people worshiped him in temples ..

The rest all loved him . . he lived more than a hundred years .

This post will cause my revelations to jump from 16.75 % to 18.75 %.


It is the HIGHEST JUMP EVER after 983 posts and 80,840 comments .

This post culminates 40 years of research on Jesus Christ of Nazareth and Apollonius of Tyna.

I am a rapid reader , and I have mentally dredged and trawled thousands of documents

LIKE NIKOLA TESLA , APOLLONIUS WAS "DELETED " FROM HISTORY .

HIS SIDE KICK NAY DISCIPLE DAMISA ( JESUS ) BECAME THE PROPPED UP MESSIAH IN 325 AD.

CRUCIFIXION WAS A NORMAL THING IN ROME. THEY BROKE THE KNEE CAPS TOO WHILE IMPALED ON THE CROSS.

Now that I say Jesus Christ"s name was coined at the First Council of Nicea in 325 AD, the Thomas Christians in Kerala are left between a rock and a hard place.

When Apollonius came to Muziris a second time, he and his side kick Damisa went to Himalayas and Taxlila which has Namboodiri professors on deputation from Kodungallur.

Only Apollonius went back to Rome, Damisa and his wife stayed back. Because Apollonius would travel to several nations .

Every vestige of written information about Apollonius was destroyed , when the great libraries of Alexandra and Cordoba were burnt down. The sack of Rome several times with the Pope in connivance was also to destroy every temple or altar in the name of Apollonius .

Cordoba had extensive records of Apollonious visit . This visit to Cordoba was what made Emperor Domitian nervous.

An author and an intellectual named Flavious Philostratos was summoned by the Queen Julia Domna, who had with her the diary of Damisa , she got from a close relative of Damisa .

The Empress , a very smart woman, asked Lucius Flavius Philostratos to authenticate what was written by travelling to many places mentioned in the diary and write a biography of Apollonius.

All knew that Damisa from the city of Nineveh has followed his beloved master Apollonius like his shadow .

Julia"s nephew, Alexander Severus, who was Roman Emperor from 222 AD to 235 AD had the statues of both Indian sages Orpheus and Apollonius in his personal altar.

Julia Domna"s own husband Septimius Sevurus ( below) was Emperor of Rome from 193 AD to 211 AD.

Julia was an intellectual, patron of art , a woman of great character and leadership spirit . She would fight alongside her husband with sword , in the thick of battle , during his dangerous campaigns ..

Empress Julia Domna was THE most respected woman in Rome and people were in awe of her courage, regal beauty and intellect .

She was the mother of Roman Emperors Geta and Caracalla. Julia"s ancestors were wealthy priest Kings of the famous Pagan temple of Elagabalus .

Her family had enormous wealth and was promoted to Roman senatorial aristocracy. Before her marriage, Julia inherited the huge estate of her paternal great-uncle Julius Agrippa, a former leading Centurion.

Let me quote Wikipedia -
QUOTE: If it were not for Julia, we would have very little information today about the legendary Apollonius of Tyana. It was at the behest of Julia that Philostratus wrote his now famous Life of Apollonius.[8] Julia is thought to have died before Philostratus could finish his work of eight volumes.[4]UNQUOTE

Pisistratus was paid well in advance by Julia and he spared no pains to gather information on the subject, for in his concluding words (viii 31), he tells us that he has himself traveled into most parts of the "world" and everywhere met with the "inspired sayings " about Apollonius.

Philostratus died in 250 AD.

This bography book was hunted by the Vatican but was hidden in Arabia by the Pagans.

One of Damisa"s famous sentences was Apollonius"s own words about India.

" In India I see men dwelling on the earth and yet not on it, defended on all sides, yet without defense, possessing nothing, yet having everything."

The forbidden biography of Apollonius ( eight volumes in Greek ) was brought into Europe.
In around 1680 AD , Charles Blount an English deist and philosopher translated the first two Volumes of the books of Philostratus concerning the Life of Apollonius of Tyana..

In 1801 AD that the first complete English translation, from the Latin, was made, in spite of the opposition of the Vatican and Pope who, when no longer able to suppress its publication.

After his death, Emperor Domitian's memory was condemned to oblivion by the pagan Roman Senate, while senatorial authors such as Tacitus, Pliny the Younger and Suetonius published histories propagating the view of Domitian as a cruel and paranoid tyrant.

He was convinced that Nerva was plotting behind his back with Apollonius .

Apollonius was one of the greatest travellers known to antiquity. Among the countries and places he visited the following are the chief ones recorded by Philostratus describes the ship travels of Apollonius and Damisa to Muziris in Kerala and their time spent in Muzris University ( Kodungallur/ Cranganore ) where Pythagoras and Plato had studied.

He mentions of his second visit to India and his visit to Taxila University ( Attoack )(ii 20); and so they make their way across the tributaries of the Indus (ii 43) to the valley of the Ganges (iii 5), and finally arrive at the "monastery of the wise men" (iii 10), where Apollonius spends four months (iii 50).

Not so bright Damisa wrote Bharat as Paracha.

Thence Apollonius crosses over to Lesbos (iv 13), and subsequently sails for Athens, where he spends some years in Greece (iv 17-33) visiting the temples of Hellas, reforming their rites and instructing the priests (iv 24).

We next find him in Crete (iv 34), and subsequently at Rome in the time of Nero (iv 36-46). In A.D. 66 Nero issued a decree forbidding any philosopher to remain in Rome, and Apollonius set out for Spain, and landed at Gades, and travelled to the Pagan library of Cordoba.

In A.D. 66 Nero issued a decree forbidding any philosopher to remain in Rome, and Apollonius set out for Spain, and landed at Gades, and travelled to Cordoba.

From Pireaus , Apollonius sails for Chios (v 21), thence to Rhodes, and so to Alexandria (v 24). At Alexandria he spends some time, and has several interviews with the future Emperor Vespasian (v 27-41),

Now Vespasian was emperor from 69 to 79, and Titus from 79 to 81. As Apollonius" interviews with Vespasian took place shortly before the beginning of that emperor"s reign, . In 81 Domitian became emperor, and just as Apollonius opposed the follies of Nero, so did he criticise the acts of Domitian.

He accordingly became an object of suspicion to the emperor; but instead of keeping away from Rome, he determined to brave the tyrant to his face.

Apollonius had written down the exact date, time and minute of the death of Domitian by astrology and Domitian felt that this was plain pre-arranged murder managed by Nerva and Apollonius.

Why don't you cut and past the Vedas? It will be more readable.
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4/8/2016 12:39:47 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
Vedas were NOT written in English. Read the blog and there are priceless verses and hymns there.
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4/8/2016 12:52:22 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 4/8/2016 12:30:35 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 4/8/2016 7:32:03 AM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
Apollonius of Tynan, who visited India thrice -- last time , never to go back after Emperor Domitian tried to kill him ( as Nerva was too fond of him ). .

After Domitian was assassinated on the same date , hour and minute predicted through astrology by Apollonius , the Roman senate for the first time elected a Roman Emperor , Nerva -- as per the wish of Apollonius.

Apollonius rode like a colossus through the rule of TEN Roman Emperors-- all of them wrote about him -- not a single one wrote about Jesus Christ .

The last two Roman Emperors Nero and Domitian hated Apollonius- as the people worshiped him in temples ..

The rest all loved him . . he lived more than a hundred years .

This post will cause my revelations to jump from 16.75 % to 18.75 %.


It is the HIGHEST JUMP EVER after 983 posts and 80,840 comments .

This post culminates 40 years of research on Jesus Christ of Nazareth and Apollonius of Tyna.

I am a rapid reader , and I have mentally dredged and trawled thousands of documents

LIKE NIKOLA TESLA , APOLLONIUS WAS "DELETED " FROM HISTORY .

HIS SIDE KICK NAY DISCIPLE DAMISA ( JESUS ) BECAME THE PROPPED UP MESSIAH IN 325 AD.

CRUCIFIXION WAS A NORMAL THING IN ROME. THEY BROKE THE KNEE CAPS TOO WHILE IMPALED ON THE CROSS.

Now that I say Jesus Christ"s name was coined at the First Council of Nicea in 325 AD, the Thomas Christians in Kerala are left between a rock and a hard place.

When Apollonius came to Muziris a second time, he and his side kick Damisa went to Himalayas and Taxlila which has Namboodiri professors on deputation from Kodungallur.

Only Apollonius went back to Rome, Damisa and his wife stayed back. Because Apollonius would travel to several nations .

Every vestige.... intellectual named Flavious Philostratos was summoned by the Queen Julia Domna, who had with her the diary of Damisa , she got from a close relative of Damisa .

The Empress , a very smart woman, asked Lucius Flavius Philostratos to authenticate what was written by travelling to many places mentioned in the diary and write a biography of Apollonius.

All knew that Damisa from the city of Nineveh has followed his beloved master Apollonius like his shadow .

Julia"s nephew, Alexander Severus, who was Roman Emperor from 222 AD to 235 AD had the statues of both Indian sages Orpheus and Apollonius in his personal altar.

Julia Domna"s own husband Septimius Sevurus ( below) was Emperor of Rome from 193 AD to 211 AD.

Julia was an intellectual, patron of art , a woman of great character and leadership spirit . She would fight alongside her husband with sword , in the thick of battle , during his dangerous campaigns ..

Empress Julia Domna was THE most respected woman in Rome and people were in awe of her courage, regal beauty and intellect .

She was the mother of Roman Emperors Geta and Caracalla. Julia"s ancestors were wealthy priest Kings of the famous Pagan temple of Elagabalus .

Her family had enormous wealth and was promoted to Roman senatorial aristocracy. Before her marriage, Julia inherited the huge estate of her paternal great-uncle Julius Agrippa, a former leading Centurion.

Let me quote Wikipedia -
QUOTE: If it were not for Julia, we would have very little information today about the legendary Apollonius of Tyana. It was at the behest of Julia that Philostratus wrote his now famous Life of Apollonius.[8] Julia is thought to have died before Philostratus could finish his work of eight volumes.[4]UNQUOTE

Pisistratus was paid well in advance by Julia and he spared no pains to gather information on the subject, for in his concluding words (viii 31), he tells us that he has himself traveled into most parts of the "world" and everywhere met with the "inspired sayings " about Apollonius.

Philostratus died in 250 AD.

This bography book was hunted by the Vatican but was hidden in Arabia by the Pagans.

One of Damisa"s famous sentences was Apollonius"s own words about India.

" In India I see men dwelling on the earth and yet not on it, defended on all sides, yet without defense, possessing nothing, yet having everything."

The forbidden biography of Apollonius ( eight volumes in Greek ) was brought into Europe.
In around 1680 AD , Charles Blount an English deist and philosopher translated the first two Volumes of the books of Philostratus concerning the Life of Apollonius of Tyana..

In 1801 AD that the first complete English translation, from the Latin, was made, in spite of the opposition of the Vatican and Pope who, when no longer able to suppress its publication.

After his death, Emperor Domitian's memory was condemned to oblivion by the pagan Roman Senate, while senatorial authors such as Tacitus, Pliny the Younger and Suetonius published histories propagating the view of Domitian as a cruel and paranoid tyrant.

He was convinced that Nerva was plotting behind his back with Apollonius .

Apollonius was one of the greatest travellers known to antiquity. Among the countries and places he visited the following are the chief ones recorded by Philostratus describes the ship travels of Apollonius and Damisa to Muziris in Kerala and their time spent in Muzris University ( Kodungallur/ Cranganore ) where Pythagoras and Plato had studied.

He mentions of his second visit to India and his visit to Taxila University ( Attoack )(ii 20); and so they make their way across the tributaries of the Indus (ii 43) to the valley of the Ganges (iii 5), and finally arrive at the "monastery of the wise men" (iii 10), where Apollonius spends four months (iii 50).

Not so bright Damisa wrote Bharat as Paracha.

Thence Apollonius crosses over to Lesbos (iv 13), and subsequently sails for Athens, where he spends some years in Greece (iv 17-33) visiting the temples of Hellas, reforming their rites and instructing the priests (iv 24).

We next find him in Crete (iv 34), and subsequently at Rome in the time of Nero (iv 36-46). In A.D. 66 Nero issued a decree forbidding any philosopher to remain in Rome, and Apollonius set out for Spain, and landed at Gades, and travelled to the Pagan library of Cordoba.

In A.D. 66 Nero issued a decree forbidding any philosopher to remain in Rome, and Apollonius set out for Spain, and landed at Gades, and travelled to Cordoba.

From Pireaus , Apollonius sails for Chios (v 21), thence to Rhodes, and so to Alexandria (v 24). At Alexandria he spends some time, and has several interviews with the future Emperor Vespasian (v 27-41),

Now Vespasian was emperor from 69 to 79, and Titus from 79 to 81. As Apollonius" interviews with Vespasian took place shortly before the beginning of that emperor"s reign, . In 81 Domitian became emperor, and just as Apollonius opposed the follies of Nero, so did he criticise the acts of Domitian.

He accordingly became an object of suspicion to the emperor; but instead of keeping away from Rome, he determined to brave the tyrant to his face.

Apollonius had written down the exact date, time and minute of the death of Domitian by astrology and Domitian felt that this was plain pre-arranged murder managed by Nerva and Apollonius.

Why don't you cut past the Vedas? It will be more readable.

Vedas were NOT written in English. Read the blog and there are priceless verses and hymns there. You seem to be a believer in Aryan Invasion Theory. Like you, not everyone accepts history 'written' by British. Let us restore our lost history.
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