about Constantine, during the Council of Nicaea and the foundation of the Roman Catholic Church:
“One of the bishops who followed the Arian view that Jesus was a messenger of God but purely human whispered to his colleague at his side:
Is he in fact well-intentioned? I suspect something …
The other replied:
Is it? He has made good contributions to Christianity. See the Edict of Constantine. With it, Sunday was a day of worship to God. He remembers how it was this setting? The wing Jewish (and Jesus was a Jew) wanted a Saturday, Sunday and the Romans.
I well remember how he was getting confused but also did not forget the comments I heard on Sunday.
What kind of comment?
It seems that was chosen also because it is the day of the cult of Sol Invictus, celebrated by the Romans. So I suspect the intentions of Constantine and I’m not totally convinced.
The other was silent, thoughtful. The speeches began, the first to argue were the defenders of the Aryan question. In the beginning was the word itself Arius (priest of Alexandria Christian) followed by his most devoted disciples, Eusebius of Nicomedia and Eusebius of Caesarea. After an eloquent and enthusiastic exposition of the Aryans, it was the turn of the Orthodox. Several of them spoke, especially Athanasius, deacon new companion of Alexander, of Alexandria, vigorous fighter against the Arians, after Eustathius of Antioch, Macarius of Jerusalem. Nevertheless, long before Constantine finished the discussions had already taken all decisions regarding that meeting. Dali would the strong Church, headed directly for him.
Exhausted discussions, Constantine proposed a vote. And all were in favor of the orthodox position, except for Arius, Eusebius, and Eusebius of Caesarea. The sentence for the losers was dramatic: the three were exiled, the works of Arius condemned to the stake and all those who may possess any would be killed. The right to intellectual freedom was won by the requirement of compliance on the part of the spiritual church members to the extensive and growing church organization. The state granted the Roman ecclesiastical deliberations of that body the imperial power.
Finally, definite move away from threatening Aryan question, the participants established the profession of faith: the twenty canons which should guide the Church from that date. Thus was born a Roman Catholic Church (Etymologically speaking Catholic means UNIVERSAL). Rome took up Christianity and subdued him to use it in their favor, with consent of the ecclesiastical body.
In the end, the emperor decreed:
Those who resist the divine court of this council can prepare for immediate exile.
After six years of dispute to the Council of Nicea cube maintain and perpetuate the unity of faith. The edicts of Constantine later sought to infuse into their subjects an aversion to Arianism.
The meeting was closed, one by one the gifts that were leaving the hall was empty and cold. Constantine, who long remained on his throne, he felt a chill running through her body. Something was bothering him. Beside him, the spirit of Nubian (vengeful spirit who was taken away from light and of pride and ignorance) laughed satisfied. He was rather pleased by the total goals achieved.That night had achieved a legion, and laughed saying:
We will win the Nazarene! You can believe me! See our victory! From now on Christianity in the sink and more dogmas dogmas. He never will rise again!
Constance, sister of Constantine, to learn the outcome of the meeting:
I fear for the future of those who have perverted these teachings only beginning to realize that in our country, further sanctioned by the Emperor himself. ”
And this was the crucial moment, where messages of brotherly love left by Christ were corrupted and enslaved by pride and lust for power of men, dragging millions of souls to ignorance and thousands to death in the millennium of torture and darkness that spread after cursed this meeting. A succession of darkness, death and horror in the years of the Inquisition, where the love of Christ was completely ignored in favor of dogma and greed of men, the period not misnamed Dark Ages.
Was so extensive and pernicious evil committed by this church that after this time the very existence of Jesus is questioned, such is the paradox between the words of the Gospel and the cruel and terrible acts committed by the said Church of God.
Today, two millennia later, the public welfare makes these atrocities so that the free will of man can finally take him to the Truth and the Way of Brotherly Love taught by the man who lived and died as Jesus the Christ.
The quoted text was taken from the book written by the spirit of Lucius, psychographed by Sandra Lamb, entitled The Journey Of The Angels, which I recommend reading in full.