[Part 1] Emperor Constantine was said to have had a vision of something in the sky, which convinced him to convert to Christianity. But was this the whole story? After the Battle of the Milvian Bridge between Constantine and Maxentius, the Arch of Constantine was erected to celebrate his victory. Why were pagan scenes depicted in the arch? Were the “old gods’” ways secretly incorporated into Constantine’s rule? The ruling elite at the time were devout followers of the cult of Mithraism, so to whom was Constantine really loyal?
When the Metaphysical Podcast started uncovering historical discrepancies, sun worship, Zoroastrianism, and evidence of bull sacrifice, it brought into question the mainstream stories of Constantine. Has the ruler been put on a pedestal and actually become a figure of worship today, adopted from even older objects of devotion? Hear John Vivanco’s remote viewing data and Rob Counts’ investigative research. Join Metaphysical for a show that’s out of this world.