The third one first does worse than Nero,
How much human blood to flow, valiant, be gone: He will cause the furnace to be rebuilt, Golden Age dead, new King great scandal. -Nostradamus
Nero: The End of a Dynasty
The Burning of Rome or a Story of the Days of Nero

Nero: Destroyer of Rome


On December 15, 37 A.D. Nero was born, his original name was Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus. He was the only child of Julia Agrippina daughter of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder. Nero had a deprived childhood, he was taken from his mother when he was 2 , when his uncle Caligula took the throne he sent Nero's family into exile circa 39 A.D. When he was 3 years old his father died.

Caligula seized the entire family fortune, and the young boy spent many of his early years in poverty. Agrippina raised him with the help of Domitia Lepida, his aunt. His earliest tutors were apparently a dancer and a barber. When Claudius became emperor in 41 A.D. Agrippina (his niece) was recalled from exile and allowed to return to Rome, and her estate was returned to her. In 49 A.D. following the fall and execution of Empress Messallina, Claudius married Agrippina, and many things changed for her bastard son.

Claudius adopted Nero in 50 A.D. and he  became the probable heir to the throne, even over Claudius's real son Britannicus. In 53 A.D. Nero married his Step Sister Octavia. In 54 A.D. Agrippina , Nero;s Mother- murdered Claudius by giving him a plate of poison mushrooms, and Nero became ruler at the age of seventeen.  In 59 AD Nero had his own mother executed. His wife and brother also became his victims eventually. Sounds like a real  Sweetheart !  In fact His character was in total opposition to anything even resembling decency, even in context of the Morals and low regard for the sanctity of Human Life at the Time, he was a wicked man.

Nero fancied himself a great artist. And if he was not, no one would say so. , he also had the most ambitious and grandiose schemes for the building of Rome. He envisioned an enormous Golden House . The easterly end of this house would have come in contact with the slums of Rome  a noisy and boisterous locality which it is believed he promptly destroyed by fire.  It is said that from the roof of his palace Nero had enjoyed the spectacle and amused himself by playing his harp, singing the song of the burning of Troy, and openly declaring that 'he wished the ruin of all things before his death'

The Burning of Rome was Nero's excuse for initiating his persecution of The rising Cult known as Christians. Rumors that Nero torched Rome were spreading. But Nero placed the blame on the Christians in order to divert the suspicion from himself as the one who had ordered the city set on fire

"...Nero falsely accused and executed with the most exquisite punishments those people called Christians, who were infamous for their abominations. The originator of the name, Christ, was executed as a criminal by the procurator Pontius Pilate during the reign of Tiberius; and though repressed, this destructive superstition erupted again, not only through Judea, which was the origin of this evil, but also through the city of Rome, to which all that is horrible and shameful floods together and is celebrated. Therefore, first those were seized who admitted their faith, and then, using the information they provided, a vast multitude were convicted, not so much for the crime of burning the city, but for hatred of the human race. And perishing they were additionally made into sports: they were killed by dogs by having the hides of beasts attached to them, or they were nailed to crosses or set aflame, and, when the daylight passed away, they were used as nighttime lamps. Nero gave his own gardens for this spectacle and performed a Circus game, in the habit of a charioteer mixing with the plebs or driving about the race-course. Even though they were clearly guilty and merited being made the most recent example of the consequences of crime, people began to pity these sufferers, because they were consumed not for the public good but on account of the fierceness of one man."  {Translated by Richard Hooker}   Tacitus the Sententious Historian: A Sociology of Rhetoric in Annales 1-6

 The "incendiaries" were arrested and thrown into prison, to the cry of "Christians to the lions".

He slaughtered every Christian he could find.  Christians were set on fire to illuminate a circus which Nero staged for the crowds in his own gardens.

The historian Tacitus writes: "Besides being put to death they were made to serve as objects of amusement; they were covered with wild beasts' skins and torn to death by dogs. Some were crucified, others set on fire to serve to illuminate the night when daylight failed, fastened on crosses, and, when daylight failed, covered by inflammable matter, were set on fire to serve as torches during the night. Or tied to stakes in Nero's gardens while he drove around in his chariot, naked, indulging himself in his midnight revels, gloating over the dying agonies of his victims. The Roman Christians, accused by Nero of setting the city on fire, were massacred in a spectacular fashion on the Vatican Hill."

Simon Peter -Crucified in Rome by Nero's orders, after preaching in Judaea, in AD 66 (or 58 or 68).

Paul-Beheaded in Rome by Nero's orders, AD 66.

Nero's attempt at Exterminating the Christians only served to Strengthen the cult as Whole. Before the Christian Holocaust by Nero, few people here and there had even heard of Jesus but now his name was sent ringing through the Empire . While Nero was absent from Rome the Roman Senate declared him a public enemy and condemned him to death.

To avoid his fate ,aided by a servant, he committed suicide at night in his gardens on the Janiculum.

Parallels between Hitler & Nero

That Hitler & Nero were Evil is a given Fact, there is no debate . That Hitler & Nero were Possessed by the Same Demon is a Strong possibility. Their personalities are incredibly similar, and their actions demonstrated strong parallels.

Both fancied themselves as Artists

Hitler ordered a new Berlin designed as capital of the world

Nero had ambitious and grandiose schemes for the building of Rome.

Nero is believed responsible for the Great Fire of Rome in 66AD, which he engineered as his excuse to advance his agenda. Hitler is believed responsible for the Reichstag fire , which he engineered as his excuse to advance his agenda.

When all appeared to be lost Nero Committed suicide .

When all appeared to be lost Hitler Committed suicide .

On March 19, 1945 Hitler issued his so-called "Nero Decree," ordering the destruction of German facilities that could fall into Allied hands. Hitler ordered a scorched-earth policy.

Hitler's actions in his persecution of the Jews was the catalyst that led to the Jews returning to the promised Land.  Nero's actions in his persecution of the Christians was the catalyst that led to the Rise of Christianity in Europe and initiated the Age of the Gentile.


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