ROMAN EMPEROR DIOCLETIAN

 

 

“Yogastah kuru karmani – Established in Being perform actions!”

                  Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on Bhagavad-Gita
                   Comments on words of Lord Krishna 

 

 

ROMAN EMPEROR DIOCLETIAN – Version 1.0

Who was Roman Emperor Diocletian? Well, I am sure not many people would know that. Perhaps just Historians and few other professionals. Yet, he left a tremendous impact on shaping the History, and even on shaping our own age. Born in Illyria and Dalmatia, just near the capital Salona, and close to small coastal settlement Spalato, what is today Split in Croatia, he rose from soldier to Emperor. He ruled for about twenty years, and he prolonged the life of the Roman Empire for about 150 years. This is what the experts said. Interestingly, he appeared in the family of King Arthur, the Roman commander Lucius Artorius Castus. This is the same family indeed. Furthermore, to our big surprise, we shall find out that this is actually the family of Jesus. Along with this essay, we shall easily discover that Jesus most probably had his primary family, the lineage he is constantly reappearing, and that this is the same primary family of Jesus who moved to Dalmatia. Or, perhaps it would be better to say, it returned home. This is also one very plausible option.

In addition, this essay is about to discover that a huge battle of Forces of Light and Forces of Evil was going on just about that time, as Kali Yuga or Iron Age was marching toward the negative peak in about 500 C.E. Also, it will be discovered that under the cover of darkness of most negative point of Kali Yuga, this will finish with formation of some very dark systems which will keep people in control and subordination for a long time …

Actually, it is better not to be very long with this introduction. It is better to jump to the essay right now …

Here is the link to read or download the PDF document … Enjoy the reading …

 

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