Which method of execution is accurate and true? A or B?

Which method of execution is accurate and true? A or B?



In order for the following prophecy to be fulfilled, “He is guarding all his bones; Not one of them has been broken.” (Psalm 34:20) Which method of death is accurate and true?

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  • Historical Background of The Emperor Constantine

    After the death of Constantine’s father, his brother Maxentius was in line for the throne and stood in the way of Constantine. On 312 A.D., on October 28th at Stone Milvian Bridge at the Tiber River, Constantine’s army was greatly outnumbered as it was arrayed in battle against the army of Maxentius. 

    It was then, while Constantine bowed before the Sun in worship to Baal, he saw a “cross” and heard a voice “in this sign conquer”. As I stated before in my book The Mystery Religion of Babylon the “cross” was the universal sign of Tammuz a cutout of the center of The Zodiac. 

    • So it is no surprise Constantine while bowing to the sun saw the Cross of Tammuz… that was his religion.
    • The CROSS came from the city of Rome.  The Catholic Encyclopedia, II, page 263: The baptismal formula was changed from the name of Jesus Christ to the words Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by the Catholic Church in the second century.
    • The same demonic forces removed Christ from the scripture at (Mark 1:34) Does the Bible you read remove Christ? It's because the pagan translators were pagan worshipers of Tammuz. Today trinitarian catholics bow and worship the cross of Tammuz.

    Here's a Christian translation that heathens despise and fight against:

    "So he cured many who were ill with various sicknesses, and he expelled many demons, but he would not let the demons speak, for they knew him to be Christ." (Mark 1:34 New World Translation)

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