That one liner was inspired by a PBS show about the Herodian temple built in Israel by the Roman Emperor Herod. And I believe I am getting all the facts straight in that prior sentence.
The people on the television show sort of questioned as to why he had a theater in his mountain castle. It is because of the Roman law whereby a Roman could have sex with any Jewish actor male or female; as they were considered prostitutes.
But Herod built his castle so that it would be immune to earthquakes?
Did he fear the power of Jewish Gods? Such as in a storm being created by God when Jesus was murdered?
Or did he build his castle in the dessert because he didn't want to be attacked by magog? Who would ever attack a castle in the dessert? Seems like a hiding spot? Seems like it isn't worth the effort? But it is if it is the HQ of someone that enslaved your people?
As a person who hears voices it is hard for me to tell who the good and bad guys from history really were. What I find myself constantly asking myself is, "Was that leader of that country one who believed in witchcraft and demonizing human beings with voices; of a coven?"
Does a Roman King revitalize his life by having his harem torment the souls of human beings?
I just want to put an end to that! Whether it is the Second Holy Roman Empire or the 7th or so Hasmonian Dynasty to do it.
That is what I believe in. Is it a practical belief? Is that belief in human freedom really a practical belief in a world of inequality due to birth defects from alcohol and drugs?
Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 12 23 2015 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com