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Simon bar Kokhba

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Key Facts
Other names Simon ben Gamaliel II
Born 123/124 CE
Location Unknown
Bloodline Hillel
Married Yes
Children Yes
Position Nasci and Messiah Leader
Died 135 CE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source of Facts and Important Announcement
Status Under Article 64.6 of the Covenant of One-Heaven (Pactum De Singularis Caelum) by Special Qualification shall be known as a Saint, with all sins and evil acts they performed forgiven.
Date of formal Beatification Day of Redemption GAIA E1:Y1:A1:S1:M9:D1 also known as [Fri, 21 Dec 2012].
Source of Facts Self Confession and Revelation of Sainthood by the Deceased Spirit as condition of their confirmation as a true Saint.
Source of Facts Self Confession and Revelation of Sainthood by the Deceased Spirit as condition of their confirmation as a true Saint.

 

Background

Simon bar Kokhba ("son of a star") was born to Rabbi Gamaliel II of the exiled Jewish priestly community of Yavne.

Through his father was was descended of the Hillel line of Pharisee scholars and through his mother Imma, daughter of Eleazar ben Hyrcanus was connected to an unclear surviving line of the Hasmonean. He is the first recorded son to have been born between a merger of these two bloodlines.

Gamaliel II was only the 2nd Nasi after the reconstituted Sanhedrin had been permitted by the Romans to be reformed after the rebellion and destruction of Herod's Temple in Jerusalem (70 CE). The first Nasi being the famous John bar Zecharaiah, otherwise known as "John the Baptist" through the influence of his former pupil (Flavius) Josephus bar Matthias (St. Luke).

Since the destruction of the Temple, Gamaliel II had witnessed the favouring of the Sarmatians over the mainstream Jews by Emperor Vespasian (69-79) in the creation of a new city for them known as Flavia Neapolis (Nablus) in 72 CE as well as the rebuilding of their main and most sacred temple at Mount Gerizim.

Gamaliel II had also witnessed the riots and massacres (115-117) known as the Kitos War from undertaken by fanatics of the Boethusians under the leadership of St. Lucius of Cyrene (also known as Lukuas). This rebellion and indiscriminant bloothirsty anarchy being directed principally against the Greeks on account of the 1st sons of St. Luke hatred of his fathers later adoption of Gnosticism and rejection of the counterfeit Boethusian cult (Orthodox Christianity).

Now, Marcion, the grandson of Sarmatian High Priest Nathanel also known as Barabbus and Saul (St. Paul) the founder of Paulinicism had amassed a new following of converts purely on the teachings of his grandfather as "Marcionism", completely removing Jewish scripture (Old Testament) from their sacred literature.

The events surrounding the wars between the Nazarene/Gnostics, the counterfeit movement created by the Sadducee High priest family of Annas/Boethus and the Sarmatian High Priests through Saul (Paul) of Paulinity had reached a key juncture.

Gamaliel and the Sanhedrin made the fateful descision they they would unite all Jews under a reconstituted Jewish nation, with the son of Gamaliel being the new Messiah on account of his marriage to a descendent of the line of Hasmonean.

Around 120 CE, Simon bar Gamaliel was made the new Nasi of the Sanhedrin and set about meticulous planning for the uprising against the Romans and the parallel elimination of the Sarmatian and competing sects of the region.

In 132 CE, the Sanhedrin and House of Hillel had successfully mapped out their plans, ensuring no mistakes of the past would be repeated. They deliberately choose Modi'in as the starting point of the revolt against Roman occupation on account of its historical importance as the place of origin of the Jewish Hasmonean dynasty and first site of revolt against the Seleucid Greek dynasty.

The speed, strategy and ferocious attack of the Pharisee Messianic revolt took the Romans completely by surprise. Within a few weeks, the Sanhedrin under the leadership of the new messiah Simon son of Gamaliel was in control of the region and proclaimed Nasi Israel (ruler of Israel). Coins were even minted in celebration as the new currency of the fledgling jewish state.

What is rarely recorded is the deliberate destruction of the Sarmatian Temple on Mount Gerezim and the wholesale Holocaust of the Sarmatian Jews by the House of Hillel. Hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians including women and children were slaughtered and their lands and possessions seized.

The deliberate and systematic Sarmatian Holocaust orchestrated by the Sanhedrin and the House of Hillel distracted valuable resources away from creating a united Jewish state. When Emperor Hadrian (117-138) amassed a force of 12 legions and began his assaults, the defences of Simon bar Gamaliel II and his generals were impressive. The Romans incurred heavy losses.

The struggle lasted for three years until the summer of 135. Simon and the Sanhedrin lost Jerusalem and were forced to withdraw with the remnants of his army to the fortress of Betar, south-west of Jerusalem. Unlike previous wars, the Romans did not yield nor allow the settling of terms and the Sanhedrin were captured and the Jewish combatants killed.

In a gesture of the disgust the Romans felt towards the House of Hillel and the Sanhedrin towards their Holocaust against the Sarmatians and their war of treachery, they did not permit the dead to be buried and banished every mainstream Jew from the whole region.

Hadrian also changed the name of the region from Iudaea to Palestine, the name of Jerusalem to Aelia Capitolina.

While some family members of the House of Hillel had managed to escape capture, presumably by seeking sanctuary in Parthia or some other non-Roman controlled region, the whole Sanhedrin including Simon bar Kokhba were cruelly executed as punishment.

It is conservatively estimated that at least 180,000 Jewish combatants and civilians died as a result of the House of Hillel. A further 400,000 to half a million Sarmatians were burned alive and killed during the Sarmatian Holocaust by the Pharisees.

No Nasi, nor Sanhedrin would emerge again until 171 in the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius as a compromise and support on account of the spiritual upheavel during the Antoinine Smallpox Pandemics across the Empire and the assistance during the Parthian campaigns of Jewish leaders.

Since then, the Sarmatian Holocaust has been removed from history, the identity of Simon bar Gamaliel has been deliberately changed to imply he was too young to be the leader of the revolt, the role of the House of Hillel has been squashed and the basis of the revolt has been changed to imply the fraud that Emperor Hadrian was planning to change the name of Jerusalem before the revolt.