Titus (December 30, 39 AD – September 13, 81 AD)
Just when I thought I was done with Roman Emperors, another one makes me take notice. This is due to starting to read “Caesar’s Messiah” yesterday (and continuing today). This will cause some Christians distress, as the book essentially states that Jesus’ story is a fiction to create a new religion which shows Romans in a good light. Flavius Josephus may have fabricated the Gospels in order to backdate prophecies about Titus, and the destruction of the Jerusalem in 70 AD. So is there any validity to this tale?
This chart is rectified to Titus’ coming to power as a Roman Emperor at age 40 (Saturn).
Saturn Inconjunct Ascendant
With this aspect you probably have a rather serious attitude toward life and other people. It may be quite difficult for you to simply go out and have a good time. You want to be serious and to spend all your time performing significant tasks. This attitude may have developed because you were discouraged from enjoying yourself when you were younger. You may have been made to feel that only work is important, that play serves no useful purpose.
On occasion this aspect indicates frail physical health, which can be corrected only by paying a great deal of attention to hygiene, personal health habits and proper diet. However, this aspect may also signify that you worry too much about your health. Try not to be so concerned about it unless a physician has diagnosed a definite problem.
You may find it rather difficult to express yourself to other people. This is another expression of your lack of self-confidence, which will change if you get positive emotional support from the people around you.
(Titus died within two years of his ascension to power in Rome.)
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So, Was Jesus Just an Literary Invention?
Remember what I’ve written previously about being a front-row witness to Jesus’ life (and death)? Well, that hasn’t changed. And neither has Edgar Cayce’s reading of the Akashic Records. So, what exactly is going on here? Could there be something else in operation, like reincarnation?
The comparison of Titus’ birth chart with Jesus’ death chart shows a number of close links: Titus’ Ascendant and Jesus’ death Jupiter; Jesus’ death Mars with Titus’ Mercury; Jesus’ death Neptune with Titus’ Mars. This is indicative of reincarnation.
Comparing their birth charts also shows some links: both charts have Venus conjunct; Jesus’ Moon/Midheaven conjunction is part of a dynamic T-square with Titus’ Saturn and Jupiter, while Jesus’ Ascendant is magnifying that dynamic with a square to Titus’ Jupiter/Sun conjunction. Finally, Jesus’ Jupiter/Saturn (Star of Bethlehem) conjunction in Pisces is close to Titus’ Ascendant. I think we are on safe ground.
Mostly what this proves is that the Second Coming of Christ, as understood in 1st century Palestine, has already happened, and the expectations of Christians everywhere are based on a false narrative, perpetrated by the Roman Church over the last 2,000 years. Oh, dear…
Cicero was quoted by the author of this book:
We must persuade our citizens that the gods are the lords and rulers of all things and what is done, is done by their will and authority; and they are the great benefactors of men, and know who everyone is, and what he does, and what sins he commits, and what he intends to do, and with what piety he fulfills his religious duties. Cicero, The Laws, 2:15–16Caesar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus: Flavian Signature Edition (p. 42). Kindle Edition.
I should like to add this sharp reminder:
And for the past few days, I’ve been playing with a pun in my consciousness: cruci-fiction. And then today I read that the author of “Caesar’s Messiah” used that same pun, too.
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