Tag Archives: Rome

Echoes in Time: 1st and 2nd Punic Wars – WWI and WWII

Specific 2,160-Year Overlaps in American and Roman History This is where everything gets spooky. And to get a full appreciation of the symmetry, I will quote extensively from David Wilcock: In order to see the parallels between Roman and American … Continue reading

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The City of Alexandria Connects These Two Romans

Are They Both Reincarnations of Alexander the Great? We are into the speculative mind of my imagination. I have NO proof, except for astrology. Let’s explore these two individuals’ connections, other than their names. Do you see that Yod? Antony’s … Continue reading

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The Roman Emperor who Thought He was Alexander Reborn

Caracalla (April 4, 188 AD – April 8, 217 AD) Well, it was bound to happen. The son of the first black Roman Emperor (Septimius Severus, born in Libya) gets to co-rule with his father from the tender age of … Continue reading

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You Really Cannot Make This Stuff Up, or Can You?

Jesus: Last of the Pharaohs This book is the first one of a series written by Ralph Ellis. I have not read the rest. But I feel that I have skirted the central premise of this work, mainly due to … Continue reading

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Who Exactly was Hannibal Barca?

Commander-in-Chief of the Carthaginian Forces I’m always on the lookout for exceptional people to identify and analyze astrologically. Hannibal was a legend in his own time. But what made him the way he was? The birth time is randomized, but … Continue reading

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Hannibal at the Gate

He Took the Long Route to Rout the Roman Army History, eh? We may find it boring, but there are always moments in time when the impossible happens, and the whole concept of military warfare gets turned on its head. … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Roman Founding Twins

April 21, 753 BCE @ 9:00 am local time As legend would have it, Romulus and Remus found Rome. (OK. That sounds just like something written in 1066 and All That. But you get what I mean.) Along the way, … Continue reading

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Have We Learned Anything from History?

The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964). Today, in 193 AD, Pertinax, the successor to Emperor Commodus, was killed, triggering what would become known as the Year of Five Emperors. Because the United States of America is loosely based on … Continue reading

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