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Pope Linus

April 8, 2012

I read today in the following article some info that amazed me:

“The real first Bishop of Rome, according to Vatican records, was Prince Linus of Britain, the son of Caractacus the Pendragon. He was installed by St. Paul in AD 58, during Peter’s own lifetime. Peter never got a shot at that center seat.”


But was it truth?
So I dug up some info about this first or second pope:

*Pope Linus (Wiki)

The Apostolic Constitutions[10] says that Linus was the first bishop of Rome and was ordained by Paul, and that he was succeeded by Clement, who was ordained by Peter. Cletus is given as Linus’s successor by Irenaeus and the others cited above who present Linus either as the first bishop of Rome or, if they give Peter as the first, as the second.

*Crazy Bob

52 CE – Paul of Tarsus (St. Paul) converts largest tribes of Britain, led by Queen Boudica, as first Christians.

54 CE – Paul of Tarsus (St. Paul) appoints British Prince Linus (son of Queen Boudica) as very first Pope of Rome, reporting directly to Paul.

58 CE – Paul of Tarsus and his assassins finally track down location of Jesus, and – – – – –

Paul himself murders Jesus,

Cutting off his head, returning it as a trophy.

*Running With Blind Faith

Rather than spend more time debating the legitimacy of Apostolic Succession, let’s take a closer look at the prevailing concerns and beliefs of the early church fathers and those who “led” the church throughout the first several hundred years. As motivations are made clear, perhaps we will gain a new interpretation to Paul’s words,

“For I know this, that after my departure savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock” (Acts 20:29 – NKJV).

How ironic is it that the fear borne within the Christian community from these very words, would prove to open the door and pave an easy pathway for wolves to undisputedly rule the Christian world for many generations future.

Just wondering how a ‘Pendragon’ could wander off to Rome and if there really are connections with the so called prophet Paul; and with the Arthur legend.

Do you know more?


Nitinol Free Energy

April 8, 2012

Free Energy Nitinol Heat Machines invented in the early 1970’s

“This video is about Nitinol memory metal engines that are basically Stirling heat engines and work on a very low temperature difference.
This technology can be easily scaled up into the KWatts range and drive a power generator to generate 50 or 60 HZ AC power. If you use solar power via Fresnell lenses to heat the hot water bath you can convert this heat energy into mechanical motion energy and then use a generator to generate 120 Volts 60 Hz AC or 230 Volts 50 Hz AC power.”

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