The History of the Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes and Herodians – Their Move to Rome



Yisrayl Details The Move to Rome “Beyond Babylon”…


Acts 7:43

No! But you have lifted up the idolatrous temple of Molech; your God (el), and Chiun your star-God (el); Saturn, the star of your God (el) which you made for yourselves. And I will carry you away beyond Babylon.


Now the history


The Fall of Jerusalem In 70 A.D. (AY)


“And [Yahshua] went out, and departed from the Temple: and His disciples came to Him for to shew Him the buildings of the Temple. And [Yahshua] said unto them, “See ye not all these things? Verily I say unto you, there shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down.” (Matthew 24:1-2)


About 40 years later, (…70AD [AY]) and exactly as prophesied by [Yahshua Messiah], the magnificent “…Temple” was completely (removed), leaving not one stone upon another. It was an event that marked the beginning of the long and arduous Jewish Diaspora. Yet, it was definitely an event foreseen in Bible prophecy. [Yahshua] not only prophesied about the destruction of Jerusalem … but added the following statement: (Luke 21:24; and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the [nations], until the times of the [nations] be fulfilled.)


In 70 A.D. (AY), after a 143-day siege which began at Passover, a Roman military force consisting of about 30,000 troops under the command of Titus battered the walls and entered the city. They destroyed everything… (and took down every stone of The House of Yahweh) …exactly as spoken by [Yahshua Messiah] 40 years earlier. The population and the great number of Passover visitors who had been trapped there were brutally slaughtered, with an estimated 600,000 to 1,000,000 people killed. Roman General Titus took the precious booty and treasury of the Jerusalem Temple back to Rome, where many suspect it remains to this day. (arch of Titus)


By 70 A.D. (AY), Jerusalem and Judea were left desolate, most of the people either killed or being held in captivity, or had become refugees fleeing to remote lands (even the lands now called America). All that remained in Israel was the defiant little garrison atop the mount at Masada, a fortress complex south of the Dead Sea, which was built by Herod the Great. Thus when the (House of Yahweh) was (removed–taken down as Yahshua said) in A.D. (AY) 70 the period of the second exile began.


What is the Arch of Titus?


The Victory Arch of Titus commemorates Titus’ victorious conquest of Judaea, leading the sacking of Jerusalem and ending the Jewish wars. The arch was constructed after Titus’s death in 81 c.e. (AY) after his becoming a god.


Where is the Arch of Titus?


The Arch of Titus is located on the highest point of the Via Sacra, a road leading to the Roman Forum. This is a single arch, 15.4m high, 13.5m wide, and 4.75m deep. The marble reliefs stand nearly 2.5m in height. On the Arch of Titus is a relief depicting the Romans’ triumphal procession, returning with spoils from the (House of Yahweh) in Jerusalem. Especially prominent is the sacred Menorah, but we can also see the Table of the Shewbread, and the silver trumpets which called Jews to Rosh Hashanah.


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