Book of Revelation, Emperor Domitian is the living god, alpha and omega, when? / Domitian as Resurrected Jesus

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    Oct 21, 2014 8:57 AM GMT
    When Domitian was 18 years of age, in 69 Common Era, he was saluted as Caesar, but his temporary position as the titular head of affairs came to an abrupt end in October of the following year when his father Vespasian arrived in the capital. About 10 months was Domitian's Alpha period. His Omega period was his 15-year reign as emperor, 81 - 96 Common Era.
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    Oct 26, 2014 5:18 PM GMT
    Domitian becomes the resurrected Jesus.

    Domitian was hailed as Caesar. He "died" when his father arrived in Rome to take office as Caesar. That is Day One.

    On Day Two, his brother, Titus, is Emperor.

    On Day Three, Domitian is resurrected to Caesar status "with all powers in his hands" (not just temporary powers, warming the seat pad of the throne until his father arrives; not in title only while Mucianus directed the government on Vespasian's behalf) and becomes quite an authoritarian figure as perpetual censor which not only reduced the power of senators but terrified them as well.

    Jesus-Domitian resurrected in three days.