DEE FINNEY'S BLOG
start date July 20, 2011
Today's date October 25, 2011
TOPIC - THE DUST FROM THE POPES OF THE 4TH CENTURY
10-25-11 - DREAM Apparently I was near Milwaukee, WI and went to visit my neighbor's house, where I discovered a red water tank that had come apart which was supposed to oxygenate water, but couldn't because it was broken.
I went inside the house and started playing with their computer remote control which I put into my pocket when my neighbor came home.
My neighbor turned out to be my daughter-in-law Debe (name meaning-Bee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders.) who is married to my son Kenneth (name meaning - 'Born of fire'- Royal obligation; Good-looking; fair)
She caught me playing with the remote control to their computer but wasn't upset by it, but while I was standing there, dust started coming down from her ceiling and when we took the loose tiles off her ceiling, we discovered that the entire space - about three feet thick was full of dirt between her ceilinig and the floor above which belonged to the 4th Century Pope (names below)
The Pope being long dead couldn't clean up all that dust, so she had to do it herself, which she wasn't happy about.
I had other things to do, so I went home and took the compute rremote out of my pocket and my grandson (Ken's son Steven - name meaning 'Crown' ) caught me and reminided me that it belonged to his mother, which I apologized for and said I would return it to her.
I then got a cell phone message from my spiritual teacher who asked that I write to him and tell him of my success in life considering all that I had to do there.
At that point, a little black girl approached me and while she stood in front of me, her fingernail on her right thumb split in half lengthwise all the way to the quick. There was no way I could fix there because it required surgery.
The little girl's mother then appeared, looking for her daughter and fouond out her daughter had to have surgery, which meant the mother needed comforting while the little girl was in surgery.
I held both the mother and the little girl in my arms and the three of us huddled together while we were waiting for the surgery room to be prepared.
The little girl thought I would feel better if I held a lily stem in my hand, and she wanted me to have one of hers. As it turned out she had many lilies in various stages of blooming in her house, but she wanted me to have a special one which was in her china cabinet. She opened the door and on the top shelf was a tiny little lily underneath what looked like a white shell held over it to protect it. The hwole hting was standing on a ceramic base and was quite beautiful. She took it out and handed it to me and I treasured having it.
Afterward, I went home to write to my spiritual teacher on an oval piece of paper like a vertical egg shape that surrounded the picture of a naked infant curled up on the left side. It was quite difficult to write on that piece of paper and I ended up trimming around that baby more than once and ended up using a different piece of paper which I put over the baby picture so I wouldn't write on it too.
NOTE. The 4th century Popes were:
St. Marcellinus: June 30, 296 - ? DIED on October 24, 304 ad
When Marcellinus became pope Diocletian was already emperor but he had no yet begun his infamous persecutions of Christians. Gradually, however, the tolerance turned to intolerance.Preceded by:St. Caius (Gaius) (283 - 296)
St. Marcellus I: May or June, 308 - 309
Due to confusion and problems resulting from the persecution under emperor Diocletian, there was a four year gap between popes before Marcellus I was elected.
St. Eusebius: April 18, 310 - October 21, 310 (6 months)
Pope Eusebius suffered the same problems and the same fate as his predecessor, Pope Marcellus I. Eusebius tried to take a conciliatory attitude towards the lapsed Christians who sought to return to the Church.
St. Miltiades: July 2, 311 - January 11, 314 (2 years)
Miltiades was pope when the Roman Emperors Galerius and of Constantine and Licinius published Edicts of Toleration, each marking improvements in the relationship between the Roman government and Christianity.
St. Sylvester I: January 31, 314 - December 31, 335 (21 years, 11
Not a great deal is known about Pope Sylvester I - the material in the Liber Pontificalis is mostly a record of gifts supposedly conferred by Constantine the Great to the Church. It is strange that the details of his reign would be so unknown even though the reign itself was relatively long. Apparently he didn't even attend the First Council of Nicea.
Constantine also made the city of Byzantium the official seat of power for Rome, having long-lasting repercussions for both secular Rome and the Catholic Church. For Rome, it meant a long decline in power and prestige. For the Catholic Church, it meant a rival when it came to ecclesiastical power and influence, eventually leading to the schism between the Eastern and Western churches. Had Constantine kept the seat of secular power in Rome, what might be the face of Christianity today?
St. Marcus: January 18, 336 - October 7, 336 (8 months, 20 days)
Pope Mark's pontificate was uneventful - we really don't know much of anything about it except that, perhaps, his reign may have still been affected by the tremors caused by the Council of Nicea the previous decade.
St. Julius I: February 6, 337 - April 12, 352 (15 years)
Pope Julius I was an important defender of the orthodox doctrines established during the Council of Nicea. This was particularly significant because, at this early date, not everyone accepted the Nicene teachings and Julius was required to help and even shelter bishops and other clergy who held to the Nicene position, for example Athanasius of Alexandria who was under fire from supporters of the Arian heresy.r example Athanasius of Alexandria who was under fire from supporters of the Arian heresy.
Liberius: May 17, 352 - September 24, 366 (14 years)
Pope Liberius has the dubious distinction of being the first pope ever not to be canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.
Born in Rome, Italy
Feast Day March 4
Evidently he was compromised by some heresy - under pressure from Emperor Constantius II in Constantinople, he agreed to enter into communion with Arians, declared heretics at the Council of Nicea.
St. Damasus I: October 1, 366 - December 11, 384 (18 years)
The reign Damasus I was plagued with controversy which began immediately with his election. At the time, the Church was ot united and a powerful faction supported another person, Ursinus, as pope.
Location -Cauca, Spain
It is admitted that Damasus
faced accusations of both murder and adultery during his years as Pope.
There is also the small matter of an Imperial Trial before Emperor
Gratian in 383 where virtually all his bishops signed a warrant against
accussing him of the very worst of satanic crimes.
He escaped the charges and had
all his bishops murdered. But a year later himself was dead.
Damasus is claimed as the
first Pope to refer to Rome as the "Apostolic See" and convinced the
Imperial Court to recognize it as a legitimate court and secondlt as the
tribunal of appeal for the entire Western Christian Church. 38.
St. Siricius: December 384 - November 26, 398 (14 years, 10 months) Born in Rome, Italy Feast Day November 26 39.
St. Anastasius I: November 27, 399 - December 19, 401 (2 years) Feast Day - December 19 NOTE FROM DEE:HERE ARE MORE ARTICLES ABOUT POPES IN HISTORY DREAMS AND VISIONS OF THE POPE by Dee Finney 10-21-84 - VISION - I seemed to be outside the Vatican . I saw the Pope
coming towards me with a tall (about 7 feet) gold cross. He held it out towards
me and said, "This is what you will have if you go to Washington State." I then saw a monk in a long brown robe with a hood. He came towards me and
held out a gold cross about a foot high. He said, "This is what you will have if
you stay here." NOTE: I asked several prominent spiritual people about this vision and I was
told that if I didn't follow what the vision said that I may as well forget
about having visions. So, I went to Washington State. It was like being
crucified for 7 years. Such was the lesson of that vision. It was all in the
interpretation. Dee Finney wrote this page:
Married -Yes. Numerous consorts
Children -Several legitimate children with the daughters of Roman nobles including Pope Siricius IPope -366 - 384 - Rome (aged 58)
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 UCA[E1:Y1:A1:S1:M9:D] also known as Fri, 21 Dec 2012.
Self Confession and Revelation of Sainthood by the Deceased Spirit as condition of their confirmation as a true Saint
Background-<">Damasus was born around 326 in Cauca, in Hispania (modern day Coca, Spain), to a professional christian military family later headed by his older brother Roman General Theodosius the Elder and his wife Thermantia.
The crucial fact of his blood relation as uncle to Emperor Theodosius I (379-395) was removed completely from revisions to the Pontificalis ("Lives of the Popes") and even his birthplace in Spain was changed to Portugal.Around the time of the beginning of his Papacy, the Roman Church had gone through a period of irrelevance as the true seat of Christian power had resided in the Papal Throne of Constantinople. With Rome considered under the first Byzantine rulers to be a mere provincial capital, there is even strong evidence that the position of Bishop (Pope) of Rome was vacant for some periods during the first half of the 4th Century - a fact removed from history through the ficticious revisions of the Liber Pontificalis ("Lives of the Popes").The reign of Pope Damasus is notable as a reign of supreme terror as the Roman Christian Church rose to an all encompassing power again against anything and anyone that stood in its way under the Theodosian Dynasty.
While the character and
exploits of his brother General Theodosius the Elder, who was later
promoted to the position of Count, have been filtered, contemporary
historian Ammianus considered General Theodosius the Elder to be an
unyielding tyrant who relished brutal military discipline.
When Theodosius the Elder was
promoted to senior military rank in Rome by Valentinian around 364, it
is almost certain that Damasus used the opportunity to come to Rome.
While no record survives, it is presumably around the same date that he
was promoted through his family connection to senior position within the
When Pope Liberius died in 366, his legitimate son by marriage, Ursinus was fully expected to become the next Pope. However, Count Theodosius used his position and power to convince the upper-class christian nobility to support the candidacy of his brother Damasus, while the clergy and laity supported Ursinus.Neither side retreated from their position and both Damasus and Ursinus were elected as Popes at the same time by their separate supporter base. A series of riots, assassinations and battles then ensued over the following months until Ursinus was finally banished in 367.
Pope Siricius was a strong supporter of the doctrine of papal authority. He was the first of the popes to issue decrees in the same style as imperial edicts and the first to use the title "pope" in the modern sense. He commanded that no bishops should be consecrated without the knowledge and approval of the Apostolic See and that both deacons and priests should practice celibacy.
Anastasius I is perhaps best known for the fact that he condemned the works of Origen without ever having read or understood them. The reason or his actions seems to have been the fact that he was under great pressure from Jerome and from Theophilus, Patriarch of Alexandria, to act quickly on what they considered heretical ideas. nastasius is also known for the fact that his son became his successor on the papal throne, Pope Innocent I.
POPE JOHN PAUL II
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It is admitted that Damasus faced accusations of both murder and adultery during his years as Pope. There is also the small matter of an Imperial Trial before Emperor Gratian in 383 where virtually all his bishops signed a warrant against accussing him of the very worst of satanic crimes.
He escaped the charges and had all his bishops murdered. But a year later himself was dead.
Damasus is claimed as the first Pope to refer to Rome as the "Apostolic See" and convinced the Imperial Court to recognize it as a legitimate court and secondlt as the tribunal of appeal for the entire Western Christian Church.
38. St. Siricius: December 384 - November 26, 398 (14 years, 10 months)
Born in Rome, Italy
Feast Day November 26
39. St. Anastasius I: November 27, 399 - December 19, 401 (2 years)
Feast Day - December 19
NOTE FROM DEE:HERE ARE MORE ARTICLES ABOUT POPES IN HISTORY
DREAMS AND VISIONS OF THE POPE
by Dee Finney
10-21-84 - VISION - I seemed to be outside the Vatican . I saw the Pope coming towards me with a tall (about 7 feet) gold cross. He held it out towards me and said, "This is what you will have if you go to Washington State."
I then saw a monk in a long brown robe with a hood. He came towards me and held out a gold cross about a foot high. He said, "This is what you will have if you stay here."
NOTE: I asked several prominent spiritual people about this vision and I was told that if I didn't follow what the vision said that I may as well forget about having visions. So, I went to Washington State. It was like being crucified for 7 years. Such was the lesson of that vision. It was all in the interpretation.
Dee Finney wrote this page: