Monday, June 5, 2017

Untold Story Of Julius Caesar Carefully Crafted By The HISTORIAN

Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar (13 July 100 BC – 15 March 44 BC), known as Julius Caesar, was a Roman politician, general, and notable author of Latin prose. He played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. In 60 BC, Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey formed a political alliance that dominated Roman politics for several years. Their attempts to amass power as Populares were opposed by the Optimates within the Roman Senate, among them Cato the Younger with the frequent support of Cicero. Caesar's victories in the Gallic Wars, completed by 51 BC, extended Rome's territory to the English Channel and the Rhine. Caesar became the first Roman general to cross both when he built a bridge across the Rhine and conducted the first invasion of Britain.

Gaius Julius Caesar 61=18p Faked (F 274/2=137=33p Fakery, Farce) (S 701/7=113 DisInfo, Historian, Mainstream, Fiction) (E 1366/2=683=124p Inauthentic) (J 1606=166 Unrealistic)

Julius Caesar 139=34p Baloney (F 191=43p Its Not Real) (E 949/13=73=21p Hoax) (J 1299/3=433=84p Artful)

Born 13 July 100 BC –1+3+7+100=111 This is a Lie /13+7+100=120 Illuminati
Died 15 March 44 BC –1+5+3+44=53 Falseness/15+3+44=62 Mason

From 13 July 100–15 March 44 is a period of 56y 3m 28d/24=2347=348p/4=87 Fixed
                                                    is a period of 675 m/25=27 Faked
                                                    is a period of 2939=424p/4=106=16 False

From January 1,44 – 15 March 44 is a period of 2m 14d/2=107=28p Falseness
                                                        is a period of 74 days–Jesus

From 15 March 44 – December 31,44 is a period of 9m 16d/4=229=50p Purposeful
                                                              is a period of 291d/3=97 Falsity

Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey formed a political alliance 193=44p Fictional (770=77 Damn Lies) (F 550=55 Fictional)

Caesar's victories in the Gallic Wars 202/2=101=26p Lie (347=69p Illuminati, Idiotic) (J 2609=379p=75p Unrealistic)
Conducted the first invasion of Britain 203=23 Fraud, Fantasy (527/17=31 B.S., Not Real)

These achievements granted him unmatched military power and threatened to eclipse the standing of Pompey, who had realigned himself with the Senate after the death of Crassus in 53 BC.
With the Gallic Wars concluded, the Senate ordered Caesar to step down from his military command and return to Rome. Caesar refused the order, and instead marked his defiance in 49 BC by crossing the Rubicon with the 13th Legion, leaving his province and illegally entering Roman Italy under arms. Civil war resulted, and Caesar's victory in the war put him in an unrivalled position of power and influence.

Unmatched military power 111 This Is A Lie (123 Conspiracy, Collusion) (S 1043/7=149 Purposeful)

Crossing the Rubicon with the Thirteenth Legion 222/2=111 A lie This Is (606=66 Fakery) (S 1936/44=44 Bamboozle, Deceptive) (J 2582/2=1291=210p=21 Hoax)

an unrivalled position of power and influence 210=21 Hoax (456+654=1110=111This is a Lie) (597/3=199=46p Deception, Misdirect) (S 1821/3=607=111p Is This a Lie)

On the Ides of March (15 March; see Roman calendar) of 44 BC, Caesar was due to appear at a session of the Senate. Several Senators had conspired to assassinate Caesar. Mark Antony, having vaguely learned of the plot the night before from a terrified liberator named Servilius Casca, and fearing the worst, went to head Caesar off. The plotters, however, had anticipated this and, fearing that Antony would come to Caesar's aid, had arranged for Trebonius to intercept him just as he approached the portico of the Theatre of Pompey, where the session was to be held, and detain him outside. (Plutarch, however, assigns this action to delay Antony to Brutus Albinus.) When he heard the commotion from the Senate chamber, Antony fled.

On the Ides of March 163=38p Death (F 241=53p Falseness, Connivance) (J 489/3=163=38p Death) (269=57p Incorrect)

At the same time, Casca produced his dagger and made a glancing thrust at the dictator's neck. Caesar turned around quickly and caught Casca by the arm. According to Plutarch, he said in Latin, "Casca, you villain, what are you doing?" Casca, frightened, shouted, "Help, brother!" in Greek ("ἀδελφέ, βοήθει", "adelphe, boethei"). Within moments, the entire group, including Brutus, was striking out at the dictator. Caesar attempted to get away, but, blinded by blood, he tripped and fell; the men continued stabbing him as he lay defenceless on the lower steps of the portico. According to Eutropius, around 60 men participated in the assassination. He was stabbed 23 times.

a glancing thrust at the dictator's neck 163=38p Death (197=45p HaHAHaHaHA) (370=37 Concocted) (521=98p Ingenuine) (FB 740=74 Masonic) (S 2220=222/2=111 This is a lie)

Eutropius 54 Deceptious (144 Time, Kill) (F 170=17 Lie) (J 794/2=397=78p Artful)

Sixty (60) men participated in the assassination 170=17 Lie (467=91p Bamboozle) (FB 9333=311=64p Nonsensical) (S 1797/3=599=109p=19 Bogus) (J 2179=327p/3=109=19 Bogus)

He was stabbed Twenty Three (23) times 113 Mainstream, Fiction Not True (157=37p Concocted) (FB 673=122p Untruth, Fraudulent) (S 1318/2=659=120p Collusion, Idiotic)

The History of Julius Caesar is a fictitious story from his birth date (13 July=137=33p) which is a fakery to the stabbed 23 times which is the perfect number that represents DEATH.

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