Saturday, 24 August 2013

Anno Domini use to be Anno Diocletianus up to the 9th century!

Diocletian began his reign 20 November 284 during the Alexandrian year that began on 1 Thoth, the Egyptian New Year, or 29 August 284, so that date was used as the epoch: year one of the Diocletian era began on that date. This era was used to number the year in Easter tables produced by the Church of Alexandria.
The Anno Domini dating system was devised in 525 by Dionysius Exiguus to enumerate the years in his Easter table. His system was to replace the Dicletian era that had been used in an old Easter table because he did not wish to continue the memory of a tyrant who persecuted Christians.[9] The last year of the old table, Diocletian 247, was immediately followed by the first year of his table, AD 532. When he devised his table, Julian calendar years were identified by naming the consuls who held office that year—he himself stated that the "present year" was "the consulship of Probus Junior", which was 525 years "since the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ".[10] Thus Dionysius implied that Jesus' Incarnation occurred 525 years earlier, without stating the specific year during which his birth or conception occurred.
However, nowhere in his exposition of his table does Dionysius relate his epoch to any other dating system, whether consulate, Olympiad, year of the world, or regnal year of Augustus; much less does he explain or justify the underlying date.[11]:778
Blackburn & Holford-Strevens briefly present arguments for 2 BC, 1 BC, or AD 1 as the year Dionysius intended for the Nativity or Incarnation. Among the sources of confusion are:[11]:778–9
  • In modern times Incarnation is synonymous with the conception, but some ancient writers, such as Bede, considered Incarnation to be synonymous with the Nativity
  • The civil, or consular year began on 1 January but the Diocletian year began on 29 August
  • There were inaccuracies in the list of consuls
  • There were confused summations of emperors' regnal years
It has also been speculated by Georges Declercq[12] that Dionysius' desire to replace Diocletian years with a calendar based on the incarnation of Christ was to prevent people from believing the imminent end of the world


Many ,many "Roman" Emperors are Illyrian yet you never learned about it in schools!
These facts are for those that can see because it is not enough to just look.
Stroy about Christianity is a blatant lie because biggest oponent of Religion for Gentiles was Emperor Diocletianus DIOS-CLES meaning god's keys.

The thing with this Emperor was that he hated christians so much that he boiled them in hot oil.
He knew that new religion is a religion created for "Gentiles"

in progress...

"Church of Gentiles"
"code of silence"

Who created Christianity?

Emperor Diocletian was banned by Rome with "code of silence" because of his famous aversion to Christianity but here is his even less mentioned wife that was helping someone to establish "Church of Gentiles"!
emperor Diocletian
up to 9th century time was counted as Diocletian era later scraped from history and renamed as Anno Domini 
full name; Prisca Serena 
and here extract from bible;

Vele martelaren werden tijdens de christenvervolgingen onder keizer Diocletianus in de stad ter dood gebracht, o.a. de heilige Athanasia met haar drie dochters en de heiligen Cyrus en Johannes. Er was een klooster, Metanoia genaamd, dat gesticht was door monniken uit Tabennisi, waar vele patriarchen uit Alexandrië hun toevlucht zochten tijdens de religieuze onlusten in de vijfde eeuw. Drie km. ten oosten van Canopus was in Manouthin een beroemde door farao’s gestichte tempel die later door monniken werd verwoest. Op deze plaats was ook een kerk gewijd aan de evangelistenCyrillus van Alexandrië bracht de relikwieën van de martelaren Cyrus en Johannes plechtig over naar deze kerk, die een belangrijke pelgrimskerk werd. De Arabische naam Abukir, ‘Vader Cyrus’, is afgeleid van de naam van de eerste van de twee martelaren.
Egypt had many martyrs in the persecution of Diocletian, among others St. Athanasia with her three daughters, and St. Cyrus and John. There was here a monastery called Metanoia, founded by monks from Tabennisi, where many a patriarch of Alexandria took shelter during the religious quarrels of the 5th century. Two miles east of Canopus was the famous Pharaonic temple of Manouthin, afterwards destroyed by monks, and a church on the same spot dedicated to the Four Evangelists. St. Cyril of Alexandria solemnly transported the relics of the holy martyrs Cyrus and John into the church, which became an important place of pilgrimage. It was here that St. Sophronius of Jerusalem was healed of an ophthalmy that had been declared incurable by the physicians (610-619), whereupon he wrote the panegyric of the two saints with a compilation of seventy miracles worked in their sanctuary (MignePatrologia Graeca, LXXXVII, 3379-676)
Canopus formed, with Menelaus and Schedia, a suffragan see subject to Alexandria in the Roman province of Aegyptus Prima; it is usually calledSchedia in the Notitiae episcopatuum. Two titulars are mentioned by Lequien (II, 415), one in 325, the other in 362.
A lot of people don't know how we got the Bible at all. We westerners got the Bible thanks to the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church and members of the Church wrote the books of the New Testament. And they took over the books of the Old Testament which even by the time of Christ had not been finally decided upon by the Jews. The Jews did not close the Canon of the Old Testament until the year 100 AD or thereabouts at the Sinod of Jamnia, and there they decided which were the canonical books of the Hebrew scriptures and embodied them in the masoretic text. The earliest of which dates to early in the 10th century AD. The books that were to be included in the New testament were not finally decided upon until the year 382 AD at the Sinod of Rome under Pope Damasus. So it was the Catholic Church that promulgated the Bible. And said 'we are giving you these scriptures on our authority and by the authority of the informal tradition that has existed among us from the beginning inspired by the Holy Spirit'. So you receive historically the bible on the Churches say so. And the Catholic Church insists therefore that the church collectively, speaking presumably under the guidance of the holy spirit, has the authority to interpret the bible. And you can take that or leave it, because obviously the authority of the bible is not first of all based on the bible itself.

around 382 AD it was in draft, idea of rule over goyim and heavily battled by Diocletian and mothers sons that left their tracks at Ephesus. Matriarchy fell after 10th century! All paintings show different pic then what we know today.

It just couldn't be coincidence no more but a time line counted by Diocletian up to 9th century is telling it all.

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