Revelation 1:5
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Rev. 1:5 And from Jesus Christ, (the Son of Man), who is the faithful (Homooiousian) witness, and the first (genetically) begotten of the (eventual extinct) dead (Modern Homo sapien forebearers), and the prince of the (Christian priests and annointer of) kings of the earth. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood,

Rev. 1:6 And hath made us kings and priests (in the 1000 years of Catholicism to come) unto God, (Christ), and his Father, ("I am what I become," YHVH); to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.

Rev. 1:7 Behold, he cometh with clouds, (historically reported wherein Constantine and all of his soldiers saw a Cross of light in the sky with the inscription, "By this sign you will conquer": [Matthew 24:29-31]); and every eye (of the 10,000 soldiers) shall see him, and they, (the Roman soldiers), also which pierced him: and all (the Roman) kindreds of the (Empire on) earth shall wail (in the total religious conversion of Rome) because of him. Even so, Amen.







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As reported to us by Eusibius:
In the year 312, Constantine the Great, the emperor of the Roman empire, which comprised all of the civilized world at that time, was conquered by the sign of the Christian Faith.
Just before a decisive battle, he and all of his soldiers saw a Cross of light in the sky with the inscription, "By this sign you will conquer."
The following night Christ appeared to him with the Cross in His hand and told him that by this sign he would defeat his enemy, directing that each soldier's shield bear the sign of the Cross.
The emperor fulfilled the command of God and conquered.
Seeing the power of the Cross he abandoned paganism and embraced the Christian Faith, placing his entire empire under the protection of Christ and His Cross. Constantine legalized Christianity and then moved the seat of the empire from Rome to Constantinople to make a new beginning, calling this city the second Rome. Thus arose the Byzantine empire: the first Christian society that was governed by Christian principles.

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