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Mesopotamia Elohim Civilization Solar Calendar Rule Over Hybrid Ethnic People.
Pope is not born civilized but sodomy culture A.D. Anno Domini is condemned
The Sumerians in Mesopotamia made the very first Solar Calendar] The Code of Hammurabi was one of the earliest and most complete written legal codes and was proclaimed by the Babylonian king Hammurabi, who reigned from 1792 to 1750 B.C.
The Anno Domini system was developed by a monk named Dionysius Exiguus (born in Scythia Minor) in Rome in 525, as an outcome of his work on calculating the date of Easter.
Despite the development of the Dionysus dating system based on the Incarnation of Christ, the popes and other religious and political leaders continued to employ the existing practices of dating from the ascension of a Constantinople emperor or local ruler, an important event, or an assortment of other points of origin. The Anno Domini system would finally start picking up traction in the eight century due primarily to the efforts of two individuals, the Anglo-Saxon historian Bebe (aka Beda or Baeda) and the Frankish King Charlemagne.
Bede (~673-735 AD) was an English monk and church historian who recorded the history of Christianity in England.
Pope St. John I
Thereafter, Dionysius flourished as a scholar at Rome. In 525, at the request of Pope St. John I, he prepared the chronology still current; it was a modified Alexandrian computation (95-year tables evolved