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 Rev 1:7 Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him,
and they also which pierced him:
and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him.
Even so, Amen.

Rev. 20:5 But the rest of the dead, (i.e.; the non-believer and the pagan Roman society), lived not again (during the Monastic era of Universal Catholicism) until the thousand years (of the Dark Age, 380AD -1380 AD: [Rev 20:4]) were finished (in the Pagan revival of The Renaissance).
This, (the body of Christ, the established congregation of believers), is the first resurrection (as the Body of his Church).

Rev. 20:6 Blessed and holy is he, (the Christian) that hath part in the first resurrection (in the body of the Church, from 32 AD- 380 AD): on such (Christians) the second death, (meaning the demise of the revived paganism of the Renaissance), hath no power, (i.e.; Christianity will remain and co-exist with the paganism: [Matt 13:30]), but they, (the early Church), shall be priests of God, (the saints of The Church), and of Christ, and shall reign with him (during the Dark Age), a thousand years, (during Universal Catholicism).

Revelation 20: The Great Day of the Lord on the clouds of heaven:
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380AD: Mandatory Worship of one God, Jesus...

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In 392 AD Theodocius I made Christianity the state religion of the Roman Empire. On 27 February 380 AD, Emperor Theodosius I enacted a law establishing Catholic Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire and ordering others to be called heretics.

Rev. 20:4 And I saw thrones (of Universal Christian authority) and they, (the 144,000 monks of the monasticism: [Rev 14:4]), sat upon them, (in 380 AD, when Christianity was mandated as the ONLY legal religion in the Empire), and (theocratic) judgment was given unto them (in the days of Catholic Monasticism): and I saw the souls, (the spirit-like psyches of the believers: [1Thess 4:14-18]), of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, (Old Testament and New), and which had not worshipped (by participation in the paganistic practices and sexual excesses fueling) the beast (of the Roman economic system which had been based upon selfish self-interest), neither his image (on his coinage), neither had received his mark (of ledger accounts recorded) upon their foreheads, or in (wages in) their hands; and they lived (as angels in the minds of Christians who have followed, these beheaded saints, in the memories of congregations who worshiped in churches built upon the bones of their remains)... .... and (they) reigned (in Monasticism) with Christ, [Rev. 14:14], a thousand years, (from 54 AD upon the appearance of the Holy Comforter, until 1054 AD with the first Schism of Greek Orthodoxy).

1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 "For the Lord himself, (the Cross of light in the sky), shall descend (in the Holy Spirit) from heaven with a shout (from all the 12, 000 Roman soldiers under Constantine), with the voice (of Human Harmony), of the archangel, (Michael, speaking through Constantine, the emperor), and with (the Gestalt of psychic insight), the trump of God; And the dead in Christ, (the Apostles: [Rev 20:4]), shall rise first (as saints of the Universal Church): Then we, (Christians), which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds (which Constantine and his soldiers had done, the sign of the Cross that precipitated the coming of the millennium kingdom of Christ : [Matt 24:30]), to meet the Lord (whose sign is signified: [Isa 11:10]) in the air: and so shall we, (the Christian Church), ever be with the Lord (now a legalized Christianity throughout Rome at Nicaea, 325 AD),"

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As reported to us by the historian of that day, Eusibius:

Just before a decisive battle, he and all of his 12,000 soldiers in the field 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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