The Truth About the Roman Emperor Nero

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I’ve been waiting to blog about this for so long that it feels like such a relief that it’s finally arrived. This should have been done many months ago, but I have decided to put this out there now. Better late than never, I guess.

One of history’s most controversial figures is the Roman emperor Nero. Tainted by the passage of time as the man who fiddled while Rome burned, his life and story were destroyed as the result of things most aren’t aware of in the modern era. There is a large scale conspiracy about his reign that needs to be brought up to life. No longer can history shy away the truth from the facts that the oligarchs of the time feared would reveal their evil, ulterior motives. It’s time to reveal what really led to the downfall of his controversial reign and why it came at the cost of prosperity for the majority of the world for almost 2000 years. For your true understanding of how modern society really came about, it’s time to understand the most famous murder (and not suicide) of world history and how it explains your oppressed lot in life that’s cemented in stone to this very day.

There are many misconceptions about his life and time that need to be addressed. They paint an entirely skewed picture that isn’t reflective of what really happened. A biographical summary can be read here, but to sum it up, during the times of Rome, emperors ruled alongside parliamentary governments that went about the business of dictating public matters. Very much like the royalty in England, the emperor was largely symbolic, but could take on political authority when deemed necessary. Combine the political systems of the United States + the United Kingdom and you’ll get a sense of how Rome was ruled. In the way that both countries are corrupt today, Rome was plagued with similar corruption during the time of its prominent reign. The empire suffered through many tyrants and those who oppressed the poor and enslaved many of the masses. War mongering, prostitution, assassination of enemies and destruction of stability was common amongst the years. In this context, you understand the world in which a young Nero would soon become the emperor of the entire system.

Nero, the last emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, was a boy of royal descent who rose to power via the questionable means of his mother, Aggripina. The mistake of the time was that Nero was too young to rule an entire kingdom. Most modern scientists suggest that your brain isn’t fully functioning until 25 years of age. That, plus the pressures exalted on him by the great responsibility of managing an entire empire, made him break apart into destruction. All he ever wanted was to become a performer and to entertain the masses. Like the modern performers of our day, Nero never really had any political ambitions and wanted to simply share his vision with the world through his art and his performance. He wanted to get out of the role of emperor assigned to him through no choice of his own. If he couldn’t do that, he wanted to change the definition of what an emperor could and should be, but the powers that be wouldn’t let him be. This led to confrontations that ultimately led to his downfall. When he dared to break free of his pre-defined role in society, mass unrest followed in its place.

The rich and powerful classes of Nero’s day gave him two choices. Either he played along with what they demanded of him or they wanted him out of the seat. In furor, Nero defied his handlers and began to take charge of the situation he was dealt. He raised taxes on the wealthy and provided services for the poor and middle class. Like a modern day socialist, his thinking was on the prosperity of the working classes and not of the powerful classes at the top of the economic pyramid. Since his position was inherited and not appointed or elected, the political class had little sway over the decisions that he made. That made him more of a threat because they couldn’t get rid of him by traditional means. The more he tried to pry the wealth of the powerful into the construction of a better and more prosperous Roman empire, the more that the Roman power classes became threatened by his actions. Something had to be done to stop this menace from making the world a better place, they thought. Slander was the start of their campaign to get rid of the man the people adored.

Fiddling while Rome was burning was a scandalous myth made up by gossip stirrers of the day. Disregarding the fact that fiddles weren’t even invented in the Roman empire, the story had many holes that can be punctured by outside research. Like tabloid writers of our current time, a campaign was spread to smear him during a fire that was started by Christian extremists. Those who say that religious people can’t be terrorists should only look to modern times to see what terror reigns upon humanity when absolutist ideology takes place of common sense and rational thinking. That didn’t matter to the power classes, however. In their efforts to destroy them, they blamed him for the fire and, when that narrative fell apart, they decided to say he was a “persecutor” of Christians; a cult in their day that has since garnered massive amounts of power in our society. It didn’t matter that he opened his home to those who lost their lives and livelihoods during the fire. None of that mattered to those who wanted to take him down. Although the people of the time knew what the real truth was, history has washed this away and perpetuated a myth that has stuck in our society to this very day.

The final attack on Nero came when wealthy, right wing forces of the time came together and threatened to stage a coup and come to remove him from the throne of his power. They chased him out of town, turned the political classes against him and forced Nero to flee for safety in the more amenable eastern provinces of the modern Middle East. When he was unable to safely make it there, he hid in a soldiers home until it was attacked by Roman palace guardsman and swarmed with mass amounts of their bribed off monsters. In crying pain, Nero held out hope for a chance to survive, but the knife was stabbed in his chest on the orders of the Roman elite and he died crying for redemption and for a chance to revive his standing. Sadly for him, it would never come. Two thousand years later, the injustice of the assassination on his life by a bribed off royal solider still remains lingering in our universe to this very day. Although ruled a suicide at the time, the truth was it was murder; whether the elite of our time will admit to it or not.

The wealthy worked their wealth to wipe away his legacy and his story has remained largely untold to this very day. As a result of their erasure, the systems that followed his absence have led to some of humanity’s most terrible plagues and oppressive periods. These issues lead up to the modern era and the injustices we have faced for the last two thousand years. Anyone who tells you that humanity can’t revert to times of poverty and despair doesn’t take the threat of theocratic terrorists and global elite cartels very seriously. The issues that Nero dealt with in his day still remain with us in the present. Your poverty and diminished opportunity of economic advancement and prosperity come as a result of a system that deliberately enslaves you (as debt slaves) and forces you to work for the benefit of those who already own the gold. The key to your salvation is to free yourselves of this system and work towards taking charge of your own lives. Only then will you be free and only then will you be prosperous. Until the majority of the world breaks free of their self imposed shackles and vows to fight back against the most rich and corrupt, the miserable world we live in will continue on as it will. Nothing will change and everything will remain the same.

The good news is that, no matter what anyone else tells you, redemption always come; in this life or the next. A rebirth of Nero will arrive on Earth very soon. Watch for it in the next year or so. The universe will reveal the truth about humanity’s darkest times that I have briefly summarized and how it can, and will, be corrected by human intervention. God helps those who help themselves. Stand up for what is right and demand that history be told the way it actually transpired. Let’s work together towards making our modern society better than it has ever been possible. It is the only way to redeem a man who may have been humanity’s last hope for saving them from their own internal demise. After the atrocities of the last two millenniums, it’s time to advocate for a better tomorrow. If Nero were alive today, this would be his wish for the world. Let’s make it come true. It’s entirely possible if we try.

6 thoughts on “The Truth About the Roman Emperor Nero

  1. that system finished in 2012. “The good news is that, no matter what anyone else tells you, redemption always come; in this life or the next”, you have this life to get your act together. Has the thought ever crossed your mind that your playing out your own past lives and writing down your own mistakes for the world to see. Once rich now your poor. Has anything changed.
    So if you believe in reincarnation you would not be jealous of a person who is rich. You would recognize they have their own path to fill.

    • I was thinking of just not responding, but I’ll say this….

      I’m not rich, but I’m not poor. Well off and comfortable.

      I’m not jealous, I’m just honest and revealing the truth that has long been withheld.

      This isn’t about me anymore, it’s about the public. People who are oppressed by those who steal their earnings via taxes for the betterment of no one else but themselves. Pointing that out is not about jealousy, it’s about fairness. Pointing out that someone was murdered is not about hatred, it’s about wanting justice. That’s what you fail to understand and it’s a shame that you don’t.

      The choice is up to the public to do what they want, but I feel a sense of yearning in the air; yearning for a middle class and yearning for a better life. That you can’t just try to dismiss. There are more powerful forces than you that want to stay where they are and not run away from their past lives, their present lives and their current sack of problems.

      I’ll close by saying this directed to you. No matter where you run and hide, your problems will follow you. Eventually, what you’re running away from is going to have to be addressed. Sooner or later, you’ll have to take it head on. Best you get to it now before it’s forced upon you, against your will, when you’re not mentally ready to to do so. Hope this helps. 😉

    • One other thing. This is from a commenter on another blog post here.

      “Interest rates have gone up slightly in the UK, but arrogant Cameron says it’s a good thing wages rising. Trust me the average person with a family to feed or choose rent is not feeling the same here far from it.”

      Does that sound like a system that can sustain itself? I think not. When I write my words, part of it is my own thoughts, but part of it is to speak to people like that. There are millions of them who have no voice and, hence, are unheard. Focus your attentions on your problems before meddling into mine. While I’m helping the world, you’re…….well, I’m not going to go further than that. Best of luck to you. 😉

      • most import i got from your story is this nero guy who was in charge and was supposedly representing GOD was nothing more then a man such as yourself. so this leader was working with the religious authorities to control power,money and people

      • No…

        It was about a leader wanting to keep order in the universe and to keep the balance of powers in play so that one group wasn’t completely dominating the other. It was about an independent authority that advocated for the people who had no voice in a supposedly representational government. It was about the hopes and dreams of advancing a prosperous society crushed by those who hoarded the wealth and wouldn’t share with others. No one said they were God and this is not a story about that. It’s about questioning how free and prosperous the people have been over the last 2000 years since wealth dominates and strips opportunity from the majority of citizens and animals on our planet. That’s the story, which you seem to miss.

        Of course, the irony is that you would benefit from a society designed to help people up at their lowest. Sometimes self awareness isn’t always a person’s trait. 😉

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