Prince Nannar’s Plot
Jesus Christ and Planet X Nibiru
by Robertino Solàrion
As we all know, the ancient Israelites were taken into captivity by the Egyptians around the year 2000 BCE. Eventually Moses was born. By that time, Moses’ Israelite heritage had almost been forgotten. He was, for all practical purposes, considered an Egyptian. He was found in a craft on the River Nile by an Egyptian Princess who reared him as her own son.
When he grew up, Moses became a student of the Egyptian Hermetic Mysteries. This “Hermetic” tradition was the “science” that was being fed to early Cro-Magnon intellectuals by Nibiruan Prince Nannar, the prince of magic and sorcery, known in Greek mythology as Hermes, in Egypt as Thoth.
The year was around 1587 BCE. Moses was grown and fully adept with the secret mysteries of the Pyramids. The Planet Nibiru returned to Tiamat’s local environment. When Planet Nibiru returns to its perihelion, it positions itself directly above our North Pole in line with the polar star Polaris. It “sits there” for approximately 900 years, its summertime. Then it leaves, heading far back out towards the Oort Cloud where it “winters,” and where the locals go into a prolonged period of hibernation, their being reptiles and all.
A series of cataclysms befell Tiamat, as a direct result of Nibiru’s close proximity during Moses’ lifetime. This cyclical series of events always repeats itself every time that Nibiru comes near for “summertime.” Moses saw an opportunity to free his people from Egyptian domination during this series of cataclysms.
Being an “adept” at the secrets of the galaxy, he sought assistance from an “Archon of Destiny.”
Please free my people,” he implored the Archon.
The Archon made a deal with Moses. If Moses would swear allegiance to this Archon, this Archon promised to help the Israelites escape from Egypt, in connection with the series of cataclysms that was already underway. Moses agreed.
A polar axis shift occurred. During the displacement, the waters of the Red Sea sloshed about, providing an opportunity for the Israelites to run across the temporarily dry seabed. The pursuing Egyptian army was swamped and drowned when the floodwaters reversed themselves. For further details, you are referred to the books of the late Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky of Princeton University.
However, when the Israelites arrived safely in the Sinai, Moses realized that he’d made a deal with the “wrong” Archon. As a result of his agreement, this particular Archon had taken control of Earth/Tiamat by entering into the very nucleus of this planet and ousting the previously reigning Archon. Earth entered a long period of dark ages.
By about the year 100 BCE, the Nibiruans realized that Moses had caused an untenable situation on Tiamat. They had to rectify the damage. Since Prince Nannar was their master magician and leader of the Hermetic philosophy that Moses had been privy to, Emperor Anu selected Prince Nannar to head to Tiamat and get on top of the situation. Prince Nannar agreed wholeheartedly, because he, too, realized the gravity of the dilemma on Tiamat.
He returned and mobilized the Hermetic forces in Egypt. They agreed upon the following plan. They decided to impregnate a Tiamatian Cro-Magnon female with the sperm of Prince Nannar and create a hybrid Tiamatian/Nibiruan female who would be capable of giving birth to a second-generation male hybrid. Mary was born. These circumstances of Mary’s birth are mysterious even to modern researchers, but nonetheless Mary was half-Tiamatian and half-Nibiruan. As soon as Mary reached puberty, she was whisked off to Giza in Egypt and spent her teenage years being indoctrinated into Hermetic Mysteries at the Great Pyramid area. She was informed that her “duty” in life was to bear a male child would be 3/4 Nibiruan and 1/4 Tiamatian. Prince Nannar found her an old man named Joseph to be her “husband,” to legitimize the future offspring of this experiment.
Mary and Joseph were married, but Joseph didn’t know anything about Mary’s background in the Hermetic/Nibiruan traditions. When Mary was around 20 years old, Prince Nannar “materialized” here on Tiamat as a Roman soldier. He met Mary at a pre-arranged time and location and impregnated her with his sperm. Jesus was conceived. When Jesus reached puberty, he was taken to India where he was fully indoctrinated into the rest of the plot by revolutionary Nibiruan Princess-Royal Inanna/Lakshmi, the ruler of what is now India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Indochina. At about the age of 30, Jesus returned to Jerusalem.
There were valid reasons for this “maneuver” by Prince Nannar. He had to have a second-generation hybrid; he couldn’t just use any old Tiamatian for his “plot.” For his scheme to succeed, his Tiamatian infiltrator, in this case Jesus, had to be able to impress other Tiamatians with a power to “work miracles.” If Jesus had not been a second-generation hybrid, his nerve circuits would have blown up his brain when he attempted to access higher mental levels in his performance of these “miracles.”
The purpose for this plot by Prince Nannar and Emperor Anu was to free the Planet Tiamat from our domination by this particular “Archon.” Jesus was supposed to be the vehicle by which this goal was to be accomplished.
Well, Jesus built a coterie of supporters (the 12 Apostles) and went to work. But, as luck would have it, the Romans got wind of a “conspiracy” against the state. They arrested Jesus, crucified him – and that was that. Prince Nannar’s scheme had failed. The Archon in question is still in control of Tiamat, and I feel sure that the Nibiruan ruling “Council of Twelve” are NOT amused!
We shall see what happens next. And, of course, as we now know after this was first written, “the Jesus Christ” was, in fact, none other than Apollonius of Tyana.
Now let’s look at the meaning of the name Jesus Christ, from this guy’s page(with waybackmachine, because it’s page is down for close to 10 years I think(thanks archive.org))
Let’s see the article What is a Jesus Christ
Apollonius Of Tyana & The Shroud Of TurinBy Robertino Solàrion ©1999
What is a “Jesus Christ”?*What is the meaning of the phrase “Jesus Christ”?
Here is what we find in A Dictionary of the Bible, Vol. I, pp. 952 & 1038-39, by Professor William Smith & Others, Boston, 1863.
“JESUS (Iesous, Jesu, Jesus, Josue), the Greek form of the name Joshua or Jeshua, a contraction of Jehoshua, that is, ‘help of Jehovah’ or ‘Saviour’ (Numb. xiii. 16)”
“JEHOSHUA (Iesous : Josue). In this form — contracted in the Hebrew, but fuller than usual in the A. V. — is given the name of Joshua in Num. xiii. 16, on the occasion of its bestowal by Moses. The addition of the name of Jehovah probably marks the recognition by Moses of the important part taken in the affair of the spies by him, who till this time had been Hoshea, ‘help,’ but was henceforward to be Jehoshua, ‘help of Jehovah’ (Ewald, ii. 306). Once more only the name appears in its full form in the A. V. — this time with a redundant letter — as
“JEHOSHUAH (Iesoué, in both MSS. : Josue), in the genealogy of Ephraim (1 Chr. vii. 27). We should be thankful to the translators of the A. V. for giving the first syllables of this great name their full form, if only in these two cases; though why in these only it is difficult to understand. Nor is it easier to see whence they got the final h in the latter of the two.”
The A. V. referred to above is the “Authorized Version” of the Bible. Then we can read the following :
“JESUS CHRIST. The name Jesus (Iesous) signifies Saviour. Its origin is explained above, and it seems to have been not an uncommon name among the Jews. It is assigned in the New Testament (1.) to our Lord Jesus Christ, who ‘saves His people from their sins’ (Matt. i. 21); also (2.), to Joshua the successor of Moses, who brought the Israelites into the land of promise (Num. xxvii. 18; Acts vii. 45; Heb. iv. 8); and (3.) to Jesus surnamed Justus, a converted Jew, associated with St. Paul (Col. iv. 11).
“The name of Christ (Xristos, from xrio, I anoint) signifies Anointed. Priests were anointed amongst the Jews, as their inauguration to their office (1 Chr. xvi. 22; Ps. cv. 15), and kings also (2 Macc. i. 24; Ecclus. xlvi. 19). In the New Testament the name of Christ is used as equivalent to Messiah (Greek Messias; Hebrew Khashem, John i. 41), the name given to the long promised Prophet and King whom the Jews had been taught by their prophets to expect; and therefore = o erxomenos (Acts xix. 4; Matt. xi. 3).
“The use of this name as applied to the Lord has always a reference to the promises of the Prophets. In Matt. ii. 4, xi. 2, it is assumed that the Christ when He should come would live and act in a certain way, described by the Prophets. So Matt. xxii. 42, xxiii. 10, xxiv. 5; Mark xii. 35, xiii. 21; Luke iii. 15, xx. 41; John vii. 27, 31, 41, 42, xii. 34, in all which places there is a reference to the Messiah as delineated by the Prophets. That they had foretold that Christ should suffer appears in Luke xxiv. 26, 46.
“The name of Jesus is the proper name of our Lord, and that of Christ is added to identify Him with the promised Messiah. Other names are sometimes added to the names Jesus Christ, or Christ Jesus : thus ‘Lord’ (frequently), ‘a King’ (added as a kind of explanation of the word Christ, Luke xxiii. 2), ‘King of Israel’ (Mark xv. 32), Son of David (Mark xii. 35; Luke xx. 41), chosen of God (Luke xxiii. 35).
“Remarkable are such expressions as ‘the Christ of God’ (Luke ii. 26, ix. 20; Rev. xi. 15, xii. 10); and the phrase ‘in Christ,’ which occurs about 78 times in the Epistles of St. Paul, and is almost peculiar to them. But the germ of it is to be found in the words of our Lord Himself, ‘Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me’ (John xv. 4, also 5, 6, 7, 9, 10).
“The idea that all Christian life is not merely an imitation and following of the Lord, but a living and constant union with Him, causes the Apostle to use such expressions as ‘fallen asleep in Christ’ (1 Cor xv. 18), ‘I knew a man in Christ’ (2 Cor. xii. 2), ‘I speak the truth in Christ’ (1 Tim. ii. 7), and many others.” [King James’ Version]
So once again, what is a “Jesus Christ”? It would simply mean “Anointed Savior” and could be used as a “title” for anyone, even Apollonius of Tyana.
And the name “Jesus” was only a nickname, or contraction, of the name “Joshua” or “Jehoshua” — and perhaps, also, “Justus”? This would be comparable to the nicknames of Bob for Robert (English) and Beto for Roberto (Spanish), where linguistic dissimilarities also occur. There is nothing “illogical” about this historian’s statement.
This historian does, however, express a certain doubt as to what exactly is meant by the expressions “in Christ” and “Christ of God.” It is not uncommon philosophically to hear someone distinguish between what is called “Christ Consciousness,” of which our modern-day Drunvalo Melchizedek speaks, and “Jesus Christ.” One doesn’t necessarily have to believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior to experience “Christ Consciousness,” according to such philosophers, because the term “Christ Consciousness” preceded the era of “Jesus of Nazareth” by many centuries. Buddha, for example, is cited as a teacher of “Christ Consciousness.”
Therefore, when Paul of Tarsus referred to someone as being “in Christ,” he merely meant that they were devoted to the principles of “Christ Consciousness” that were being promulgated by his contemporary colleague and regional nextdoor neighbor, Apollonius of Tyana. And as will be noted in a subsequent section, Paul and Apollonius logically could not have been one and the same man, as some befuddled religious historians have stated in their futile effort to give legitimacy to Apollonius of Tyana by having him become the equivalent of the Apostle Paul in the New Testament saga.
In reading the above dictionary passages, I was naturally intrigued by the existence of another contemporary of Paul, another Jesus also called Justus. So I consulted Colossians 4. A number of men are mentioned in that chapter in verses 4-18, quoted here :
“Tychicus will tell you all about my affairs; he is a beloved brother and faithful minister and fellow servant of the Lord. I have sent him to you for this very purpose, that you may know how we are and that he may encourage your hearts, and with him Onesimus, the faithful and beloved brother, who is one of yourselves. They will tell you of everything that has taken place here.
“Aristarchus my fellow prisoner greets you, and Mark the cousin of Barnabas (concerning whom you have received instructions — if he comes to you, receive him), and Jesus who is called Justus. These are the only men of the circumcision among my fellow workers for the kingdom of God, and they have been a comfort to me.
“Epaphras, who is one of yourselves, a servant of Christ Jesus, greets you, always remembering you earnestly in his prayers, that you may stand mature and fully assured in all the will of God. For I bear him witness that he has worked hard for you and for those in Laodicea and in Hieropolis.
“Luke the beloved physician and Demas greet you. Give my greetings to the brethren at Laodicea and to Nympha and the church in her house. And when this letter has been read among you, have it read also in the church of the Laodiceans; and see that you read also the letter from Laodicea. And say to Archippus, ‘See that you fulfil the ministry which you have received in the Lord.’
“I, Paul, write this greeting with my own hand. Remember my fetters. Grace be with you.”
Paul wrote this letter to the “Christians” of Colossae whilst he was a prisoner at Rome in about 62-63 CE, at the exact same time that Apollonius was visiting Rome and being investigated by Nero’s henchmen. Paul says in this letter, “Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving; and pray for us also, that God may open to us a door for the word, to declare the mystery of Christ, on account of which I am in prison, that I may make it clear, as I ought to speak.”
The mystery of Christ. Paul was in prison for discussing the “mystery of Christ,” even as Apollonius was under investigation of illegally practicing “magic.”
Notice that in Paul’s list of names from Colossians 4, one finds the name of “Demas.” “Damis” was the name of the lifelong travelling companion of Apollonius. Linguistically, by consonant sequence, these two names are identical, in rather the same way that the names Paul and Paolo would be identical. Paul grew up in Tarsus, the Ionian port-of-call city for the cultural center of Tyana, the childhood home of Apollonius, which was only a short distance away. It would not be too much of a stretch of the imagination to presume that Apollonius and Paul were acquainted. If a man named Damis was the travelling companion of Apollonius, it is more than feasible that the Demas mentioned by St. Paul is the same man.
Where were these places of which Paul wrote? Consulting A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography by Professor William Smith & Others, London, 1873, we find that Colossae, Laodicea and Hieropolis — like other famous Biblical cities such as Philadelphia, Ephesus and Halicarnassus — were located in the Province of Phrygia, the southwestern region of what is now modern-day Turkish Anatolia. They were located on the main commercial and military routes between the Levant and the Hellespont. Phrygia’s eastern border was the River Halys, which also formed the western border of Cappadocia. The Phrygian cities in general were often located quite close to one another, allowing for easy single-day foot travel from one to the other along the route. People of that day and time, like Apollonius and Paul, would have thought nothing of walking for a day from one town to the next as a method of travel. So it is obvious that Paul was addressing his remarks to people who lived in Cappadocia, Cilicia and Galatia.
To put this in a modern perspective, the region that we are talking about here is no bigger in size than the States of Georgia, or Kansas, or Nebraska. It is not irresponsible to presume that people at one end of this region were in communication with people at the other end. The distances involved are not that great, and international travel along these convenient highways was heavy in those days, even as it continues to be in 1998, as this writer has recently seen with my own eyes. These are easy highways to maintain, today or two thousand years ago. And the distance from Tarsus to Tyana is only 100 miles (160 kilometers), which is not very far by the standards of now or then. It would not be difficult at all for me personally to walk 100 miles, as long as I had a modicum of provisions and lodging along the way.
However, regarding the title “Jesus Christ,” I personally have some thoughts to add to this linguistic puzzle. Let me first say that my specialty in life in linguistics. I am one of those people who are “good at it.” I learn languages quickly and efficiently. It’s like anything else in life : some have a talent for it, and some don’t. My college major at the University of Texas at Austin was Russian; my minor was French. I have also studied Spanish, Italian, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, Vietnamese, Arabic, Amharic, Tigrinya, Swahili and Esperanto. I have graduate credits in linguistics from the University of California at Los Angeles.
In the Ge’ez Abyssinian linguistic tradition, with which I became familiar when I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia, the possessive particle precedes the noun that is possessed. In Amharic, the language of Ethiopia, the syllable YE is used; in Eritrean Tigrinya, NAY is used. Thus, to say the phrase “Robertino’s house” in Amharic, one would say :
“yeRobertino bet” or literally “of-Robertino house.”
In linguistics the letters I, J and Y are often spoken as the same sound, and linguistics deals with sounds first, spellings second. So where the speaker of English or Italian, for example, would refer to “Jesus” or “Gesù” with an initial hard “J” or “G” sound, others like the Greeks would speak the softer “IE” or “YE” sound, as in the Greek term “Iesous.” This is the same soft sound that would be employed by Amharic-speakers.
Also in linguistics, the S and Z are what are called “paired consonants.” The position of the tongue in the mouth is identical in the pronunciation of both, except that the S is “aspirated” and the Z is “voiced.”
Thus, if we break the name “Jesus” into two syllables, we obtain JE and SUS. As we have seen, the first syllable could mean “OF,” as in the Amharic tradition, one of the world’s oldest linguistic traditions that have survived into the modern era. Since in the linguistic analysis of words vowels “do not count” (otherwise Texans and New Yorkers would be considered two separate language groupings!), and since paired consonants are interchangeable, the second syllable could be construed as being SS, SZ, ZS or ZZ.
The Christ of Zeus, God of Apollonius
The Christ of God
Apollonius of Tyana, Cappadocia, Ancient Greece
“The Jesus Christ”
As a bonus, from this post, I’ll post some Appolonius photos from the archive:
CHRONOLOGICAL APOLLONIUS GRAPHICS
Clearly these two pictures depict the same man, but they are obviously not the same sculpture. The marble bust directly above (and probably the bust of the older Apollonius as well) can be seen at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli in Italy, where the celebrated “Farnese Bull” shown below is also displayed. A compelling case can be made that the “Farnese Bull” was actually sculpted by Apollonius and his brother Hestiaeus (known subsequently as Tauriscus) and that Hestiaeus himself perhaps sculpted the two previous busts of Apollonius. This matter will be analyzed in a future essay.This is not an actual representation of Apollonius of Tyana. It is a graphic that I found on the Web, drawn by Eric Raspaut of Paris, France. The long hair and beard, the tattoo of the bird, and the solar halo, however, are quite reminiscent of Apollonius. Whether the older man in the preceding sculptures actually resembled Raspaut’s younger drawing is unknown.This marble bust of a teenaged Apollonius was uncovered during the 2003 excavations of ancient Tyana near the modern Turkish town of Kemerhisar. At the time this bust was sculpted, probably by his brother Hestiaeus, Apollonius had not yet adopted the Pythagorean prohibitions against shaving and cutting one’s hair. Thus, he was probably about 17 years old when this bust was sculpted. Note the resemblance of his hairstyle to that of the Assyrian hairstyle of Roman Empress Julia Domna. This looks like a male version of the regional hairstyle.This is a Roman “contorniate” copper medallion that depicts Apollonius Tyanaeus. This medallion, the style of which dates to the 4-5th Century CE, appeared on the front dust-jacket of the 1936 book about Apollonius by Mario Meunier and in that year was being kept at the “Cabinet de France”, a museum-style government bureau in Paris.This is supposedly a statue of Apollonius. As can be seen, there are superficial differences between this face and the two faces in the other sculptures. I have no information about the current location of this statue, so if any reader can assist me in this regard, your help will be appreciated.
You can send email below. Thanks. RobThe above is taken from the book Antiquity Unveiled
by Jonathan M. Roberts (1892).This graphic of Apollonius of Tyana has been attributed to French artist and philosopher Jean-Jacques Boissard, who lived 1528-1602. It was sent to me from someone on the Internet, so technically I cannot vouch for its authenticity. Philostratus’ biography was republished in Venice in 1504 and was not long thereafter translated from Latin to French in Paris. So it is entirely possible that Boissard drew this depiction of Apollonius in the late 1500s, after reading the new French translation of Philostratus’ book. Interestingly, notice “The Cosmic Tree” that Boissard included next to the depiction of Apollonius, a Cosmic Tree guarded by a dragon. Fascinating!
For more information, to go The Cosmic Tree area of this website.Elderly Apollonius Tyanaeus in Roman Emperor Domitian’s time, as shown in an unidentified graphic. Most of these graphics were found at various websites and/or sent to me by friends.This is an unidentified medallion from the Middle Ages, depicting Apollonius of Tyana, apparently dated in the year 1007 CE.This is a German lithograph that appeared in the “Dactylioth” of German philosopher Lippert, who published a book on Greek mythology and history.
The date is uncertain.An image of uncertain origin depicting “the Jesus Christ”. Note the “Number 11 Scar” above the left eyebrow, the signature scar of Apollonius of Tyana, which can be seen in the younger marble bust above.This image of “the Jesus Christ” (according to someone who sent it to me over the Internet) is from Assyria and is one of the earliest such images. “Jesus” supposedly corresponded by mail with Assyrian King Agbar, his contemporary; and this drawing is said to have been contemporaneous with King Agbar. This correspondence was mentioned by Bishop Eusebius. Note: Damis was from Ninevah, Assyria; and after the “death” of Apollonius, he retired to the Schola Persica at Edessa, Assyria, where the Mandylion was stored in secret, after having been brought there from Jerusalem by Thaddeus in about 50 CE. This image is probably from Edessa, modern (Sanli)Urfa, Turkiye. Faintly visible above the left eyebrow is Apollonius’ signature “Number 11 Scar”, found these days only amongst the male population of Tigré Province, Ethiopia.This image of Jesus/Apollonius was found in the Hagia Sophia Cathedral (now Mosque) in Constantinople/Istanbul, Turkiye. The Hagia Sophia was originally built in 360 CE by Roman Emperor Constantius II. It burned and was rebuilt a couple of times in the following two centuries. There is no possibility to determine when this painting was added to Hagia Sophia. Again, note the presence of Apollonius’ “Number 11 Scar” above the left eyebrow.As usual, the India graphic on the left was sent to me by someone on the Internet; however, I assume that it is accurate. In my theory of Apollonius’ life, I maintain that the so-called “Saint Jude Didymus Thomas” of the New Testament was identical with the scribe Damis who was the close friend, travelling companion and confidant of Apollonius. Thus, this would be a graphic of Damis of Ninevah as an older man. The image in the middle shows the so-called “Insignia of St. Thomas”. If any reader has information about the design and colors of this insignia, or any other item of significance about it, please send me an email. Thanks. And the graphic on the right, provided by my colleague Nicolas Verger of Bordeaux, France, depicts the “Cross of St. Thomas” as it is carved onto an old Christian church in India.The origin of this bas-relief is unknown to me, but it depicts the God Hermes in his chariot, attended by a bearded man who may or may not represent Apollonius of Tyana.This is an ancient Greek coin, source unknown, depicting Pythagoras, who, incidentally, lived around the time of the last dissolution of The Cosmic Tree. Thus, some of the “secret knowledge” handed down from the time of the Trojan War to Pythagoras ultimately was known to Apollonius Tyanaeus (himself the Trojan War hero Euphorbus in a previous life); and this secret knowledge must have related to this long, forgotten “epoch of the gods” on Mount Olympus.Apollonius of Tyana was a follower of the renown physician Asclepius, whose personal philosophy and way of life were derived from the Pythagorean School, into which Apollonius was initiated.CHRONOLOGICAL APOLLONIUS GRAPHICS
Flavius Josephus, First Century Jewish Historian, Friend of VespasianRoman Emperor Vespasian, Friend of ApolloniusRoman Emperor Titus, Son of Vespasian, Friend of ApolloniusRoman Emperor Nerva, Friend of Apollonius
(See also Roman Statuary.)The Roman Severan Family, circa 200 CEEmperor Septimius Severus, Empress Julia Domna Severus &
Elder Son, Future Emperor Caracalla (Age 12)
(See also the article on Julia Domna.)This is a coin depicting Roman Emperor Aurelian, who ruled 270-275 CE.
Aurelian visited Cappadocia and is said to have encountered Apollonius of Tyana in a vision. He spared Tyana from destruction and honored the memory of Apollonius, in the tradition of the Severan Dynasty. Note how the design of his helmet reflects the design of the headdress of Pythagoras on the coin, shown in Gallery One.Roman Emperor Constantine I, Ruled 306-337 CEEmperor Constantine I, with Bishop Eusebius at his side, convened the infamous Council of Nicaea in Bithynia in 325 to establish the Catholic Church and first assemble together the traditional chapters of the New Testament.Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea Maritima, Catholic Church Father
Friend of Roman Emperor Constantine, Enemy of Apollonius of TyanaRoman Emperor Theodosius I, Arch-Murderer & Catholic Fanatic
Reigned 379-395 CE
Enemy of All Things “Pagan”, including ApolloniusThis drawing depicts Saint Jerome (Hieronymus), who lived from about 340-420 CE. Jerome wrote favorably about Apollonius of Tyana, although his original manuscript has long since disappeared. According to Aldus Manutius, Jerome’s account of the life of Apollonius differed from that of Philostratus.
For more information, CLICK HERE.Here are two graphics of Pope Leo I, who ruled the Papacy from 440-461 CE. He lived in Burgus/Burdigala, Gaul (modern Bordeaux, France) and was the friend of Apollinaris Sidonius (St. Sidoine) who was married to the daughter of the Roman Emperor Avitus. Sidonius composed a “biography” of Apollonius of Tyana, which he submitted to Pope (Saint) Leo I. It is unknown whether Pope Leo I wanted to support or debunk the idea of Apollonius’ being the true model for “the Jesus Christ”. However, Leo I burned all the books of the Manichaeans, so apparently he wasn’t very enthusiastic about the Apollonian Eastern Cult.In the righthand picture, above the high altar, the church’s Patron and most celebrated Pope, St. Leo, is represented in papal garb, surrounded by historical figures like Attila the Hun and Valentinian. Above St. Leo is the church’s first Pope, St. Peter, standing surrounded by angels at Heaven’s Gate holding a key in each hand. Floating above them all, in a circle of stars and celestial light, is the white dove, symbol of the Holy Ghost.These two graphics are part of an old wall fresco in the Church of Saint Nikolaus of Philanthropenoi on the monastic island in the Lake of Ioannina, Greece. This was one of seven monasteries on this island dating back to the 400s-600s. Pictured are the philosophers Socrates, Plato, Apollonius, Solon (left to right, upper graphic) and Aristotle, Plutarch, Thucydides and Hiloy (left to right, lower graphic). The fresco of Apollonius is above the doorway between the two church walls. The church’s interior is covered with finely executed wall paintings. The church underwent renovations around 1300 and 1550 CE. It is used today only for special high holy-day celebrations.Jabir Ibn Hayyan, Abu Musa — Arab Chemist & AlchemistJabir was born circa 721 in Tus, Iran, and died circa 815 in Kufah, Iraq. He is known as “Father of Arab Chemistry”. He wrote an Arabic book titled “Kitab al-hajar ‘ala ra’y Balinas” which roughly translates into English as “Book of the Stone of the Opinions of Balinas” in which he stated that “Balinas The Wise” was the discoverer of the famed “Emerald Tablet of Thoth” in a cave near Tyana. Balinas The Wise has been identified with Apollonius of Tyana. The writings of Jabir were later translated into Latin by Hugues de Santalla.Here are three graphics that depict “Geber” which is the Spanish form of the Arabic name “Jabir”. During the time of the Moorish occupation of Spain, many Arabic philosophical and scientific documents were translated into Latin. Apparently the works of Jabir Ibn Hayyan were taken to Spain and translated from Arabic into Latin in about 1150 by Hugues de Santalla in Toledo, using the pseudonym “Geber” which was styled after “Jabir”, the original author. These translations and writings by Geber concerned Aristotle’sSecretum Secretorum and the Emerald Tablet. Recently, Jean-Marc Mandosio of Paris has been undertaking a French translation of The Book of the Secrets of Creation by Geber, but none of his writing (in 12th-century Latin) has been translated into English.Pope Innocent III was born in 1161 CE, became Pope in 1198 and died in 1216. He initiated the Papal Albigensian Crusade in 1208 CE. This was the last of the Crusades, and it continued under several Popes until 1244. The last remaining “Apollonian Gnostic Cult” of the “Cathars” at Albi, France, were eliminated. This crusade marked the deathknell of both Apollonianism and Manichaeism in Medieval Europe.*CHRONOLOGICAL APOLLONIUS GRAPHICS
Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand liberated Spain from the Moorish occupation, expelled the Jews and commissioned Christopher Columbus’ voyage to America in 1492. Ferdinand and Isabella had assistance from the powerful Spanish Borgia family, of whom Rodrigo became Pope Alexander VI.Aldo Manuzio (Aldus Manutius), “Grandfather Of The Paperback Book”
Founder of the Acclaimed Aldine Press, Venice
Lived 1449-1515 CE
Published The Life Of Apollonius Of Tyana By Flavius Philostratus, 1504 CE
For Additional Information, CLICK HERE.Desiderius Erasmus was a Dutch philosopher, theologian and writer who was known as the “Prince of Humanities”. He lived from circa 1469 until 1536. He helped Aldus establish the Aldine Press, and he was one of Aldus’ editors and typesetters for a number of years.Alberto Pio, Intellectual Colleague of Aldo ManuzioThese are images of Rodrigo Lanzol y Borgia, who lived from about 1431 until 1503 CE. He reigned as Pope Alexander VI from 1492 (when the Moors were expelled from Spain) until 1503 (during the period 1501-1504, when Aldus was preparing to publish Philostratus’ manuscript on Apollonius). Rodrigo Borgia was a friend of Aldus, so undoubtedly he was aware of any “controversy” surrounding the publication of this biography. Lucrezia Borgia was the notorious daughter of Rodrigo. She was a literary friend of Aldus.
Here are three portraits of Lucrezia Borgia. The painting at the upper right is by the acclaimed Italian artist Titiano. Alfonso d’Este was the third husband of Lucrezia Borgia. All of Ferrara celebrated their wedding in 1502 CE, when Lucrezia was 22 years old.This is the cover of a mysterious book written in French in 1670 by Montfaucon de Villars, titled Conversations on the Secret Sciences or the Count of Gabalis. This book is under investigation, since it contains rare information about Apollonius of Tyana.In 1680 CE Charles Blount, above, of London published the first English translation of the Philostratus biography of Apollonius and included extensive personal comments. Soon thereafter his wife died, and he eventually fell in love with her sister. He applied to the Church of England to marry her, but the Church denied his request, in the same year that the Archbishop of Canterbury officially banned any republication of the Blount translation. Grief-stricken at these turns of events, Charles Blount committed suicide in 1693.Pierre Bayle lived in Paris and wrote about Apollonius in the 1600s in an acclaimed Dictionary that included the otherwise unknown information about the tragical suicide of Charles Blount.For additional infomation about Jabir Ibn Hayyan, Pierre Bayle, Charles Blount and others, you are referred to the Apollonius Historical Bibliography.Le Comte de Saint-Germain helped to perpetuate the revived tradition of Apollonius that began in Europe after the republication of the Philostratus biography in Venice in 1504 by the Aldine Press, as part of the series known as “Rhetores Graeci”. Saint-Germain obtained “secret documents” about Apollonius and gave them to Jean-Baptiste d’Ansse de Villoison, who published these documents in 1773 in Paris. Saint-Germain was reportedly born in the 1690s and died in the 1780s. He is a controversial historical mystery figure of considerable notoriety, with ties to both the French and the Russian imperial families. Some occultists say that that Saint-Germain is an “immortal” and still lives amongst us, even today.
NOTE the winged cross, a variant of the ancient winged disk, above the head of Saint-Germain in the upper lefthand picture.Madame Helena Petrovna BlavatskyMadame Blavatsky was a Russian theosophist and prolific writer who lived in St. Petersburg and championed the cause of Apollonius in her 19th-Century books THE SECRET DOCTRINE and ISIS UNVEILED.
See also Blavatsky On Apollonius.G.R.S. Mead wrote about the life of Apollonius in a 1912 book.This is a picture of my friend Mike from Pennsylvania, who first located the Apollonius book by Dr. R.W. Bernard on the Web.
For additional details, see Ski_Tyana!This is a picture of me, Robertino Solàrion, in Texas in 1979, at about the time that my first-stage research on The Cosmic Tree was completed. This photo was taken in the summer before Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky’s death in November, just after I had completed my treatise “June 15, 762 BCE : A Mathematical Analysis of Ancient History” which was published in THE VELIKOVSKIAN JOURNAL in August 1994.The photo of me on the Main Welcome Page was taken on 21 January 1998 when I was in Bor, Cappadocia, Türkiye, staying at the Hotel Tyana. 1998 was at the very beginning of my research into the life of Apollonius.Sources: http://web.archive.org/web/20071012114005/http://apollonius.net/graphics.htmlhttp://web.archive.org/web/20071012045914/http://www.apollonius.net/graphics2.htmlhttp://web.archive.org/web/20071012050359/http://www.apollonius.net/graphics3.html