The Etymology of “Apocalypse” and the Translation of it, Roman Paganism Making No Delineation Between Religion and Politics, the Role of the Pontifex Maximus, Roman Emperors Worshipped Post Mortem, the Etymology of “Heresy”, the Gnostic Sect View of God, the Beginning of the Docetism Sect, the Docetistic Sect View of God, the Marcionism Sect View of God, the Valentianism Sect View of God, and the Cainianism Sect View of God

The term “apocalypse” stems from the Greek terms “apo” which means “un” and “kaluptein” which means “to cover”. The Greek term “apokaluptein” translates into “to reveal”. Within Roman paganism there is no distinction between religion and politics. The emperor is head of religion, just as they are the head of state. During their lifetime, the emperor was not worshiped as a God, instead, they were the Pontifex Maximus which translates to “greatest priest” effectively providing the same title in wh...

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