The fasces was the symbol of the Roman Empire during the period of its occupation of Jewish Palestine in the reign of the Emperor Tiberius Caesar Augustus (14-37 C.E.), a bundle of rods with an axe in the centre, representing the authority of Rome, which was responsible for executing the figure who gave his name to the era, Jesus ‘Christ’, ‘the chosen’, who was nailed to a cross of wood, cut for that purpose by the axes of the fascist Empire, which was then the largest property owner in the world, and aimed to be the largest puppeteer and puppetry owner too. With his hands and feet holey, so that the strings could be put through and the cross made into a puppet control, Jesus was the symbol of the age. Although Christianity describes Jesus’ subsequent Resurrection and Ascension to heaven as a triumph, the Moslems amongst the nations of Islam are taught by the Koran (610-30 C.E.), dictated by the angels of God to the Prophet Mohamed, according to tradition, that although there was a man called Jesus, it wasn’t him who died, because the cross is a symbol the puppeteer, who won’t allow the puppet to escape from its slaver.
The rationale for Jesus’ Resurrection and Ascension is quite simple, but much more complicated than Christianity believes, for example, although Christians accuse Islam of being illegitimate, because Mohamed was a descendant of Ishmael, whose mother, Hajer, ‘the Egyptian woman’ of the Old Testament of the Bible, which is the Torah and Talmud of the Jews, that is, their law and history, was a concubine of Abraham, whereas his first son, Isaac, born of Abraham’s wife, Sara, was the founder of Judaism. However, it was Ishmael and Hajer that dedicated the shrine of Abraham in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, which is the focus each year of pilgrimage, known as the Haj, after Hajer, and called the Ka’ Ba (cube), as Ka is ‘spirit’ and Ba is ‘soul’ in the ancient Egyptian religion, because women are futanarian, that is, a hermaphroditic species with seed of their own penises for the reproduction of their race’s brainpower to escape slavery and colonize the planets amongst the stars of heaven. As Moslem marriages permit of four wives, although Christianity views this as a retroactive attempt to legitimize Ishmael’s birth, and therefore Islam, polygamy affords the possibility of women’s seed sexually reproducing within the family, so it’s more legitimate than Judeo-Christianity, while Jesus’ birth from his mother, the Virgin Mary, as is recorded in the New Testament of the Bible, which Christians believe supersedes the teaching of the Old Testament, illustrates that women don’t need men to reproduce, so Jesus’ Resurrection and Ascension to heaven prefigures that of women.
Jesus was killed because his disciple, Judas, found him with a woman, and notified the Jewish religious police, the Pharisees, who gave Jesus over to the Romans for crucifixion. As the woman was perfuming Jesus with spikenard, Judas’ spy canard was that the perfume should be sold, that is, he was advocating the slavery of women, which is men’s host womb slaving of women in parasitism, and Jesus demurred, ‘Leave her alone.’ (Mk: 14. 6) As a teacher, Jesus’ teaching was, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) When a woman, allegedly caught in adultery, was brought to him for judgment, Jesus said ‘Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.’ (John: 8. 7) As women’s seed was adulterated by men, women weren’t adulterous, which as why Jesus’ mother, the Virgin Mary, was depicted in Christian iconography as crushing the head of the serpent with her foot, as women’s brainpower was believed stronger than the parasite, which Jesus’ cross, the symbol of the Empire of the puppet controllers, doesn’t represent, but rather Satanism.
Satan was the angel who rejected God’s plan that the human host would be greater than the angelic and was turned into a serpent by the creator, God, and placed in the paradise of Eden where he gave the woman, Eve, ‘the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil’, which it was death to taste, saying ‘You shall be as gods.’ (Gen: 3. 5) Expelled from Eden for rejecting ‘the fruit of the tree of life’, which was immortality, God told Eve, and the first man created by God, Adam, that her ‘seed’ would prevail, ‘You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ (Gen: 3. 15) God’s promise was that women’s brainpower would conceive medical science and immortality would result. However, host womb slavery in parasitism was Satanism, which Jesus’ cross symbolized, while the Moslems of the nations of Islam don’t accept that there was a man called Jesus, who was crucified, as it wasn’t him, because the crucified Jesus, who allegedly experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven, was a puppet, whereas the figure of Jesus in Islam, Isa, entered into paradise, according to Shia Moslem tradition,1 as an Imam, that is, a perfect spiritual leader, who didn’t ever die, and was never a slave.
1 Sunni Moslems adhere to the teaching of the Prophet Mohamed, while Shia Moslems are also influenced by Mohamed’s successor and cousin, Ali (600-661 C.E.), their first Imam.