He will show no regard for the gods of his fathers or for the desire of women, nor will he show regard for any other god; for he will magnify himself above them all.
– Book of Daniel 11:37
[Roman Emperor] Caligula was especially paranoid of Jews, having many killed for no reason, and he had statues of himself placed in all synagogues. He even attempted to place a statue of himself as Zeus in the Holy of Holies in the Temple in Jerusalem. (37-41 AD)
– Gaius Caesar (Caligula), The Roman World, AncientWorlds.net
It is believed by most scholars that [Roman Emperor] Nero is the Great Beast whose number is Six hundred and Sixty Six referred to in the last Biblical book The Apocalypse. (54-68 AD)
– Top Ten Worst Roman Emperors, by Jamie Frater, Listverse.com
Sex- is a Latin prefix meaning “Six”
Thus: The measuring instrument called a Sextant got its name because its shape forms one-Sixth of a whole circle. A group of Six musicians is called a Sextet. Six babies delivered in one birth are Sextuplets
– Six (Number), Wikipedia
The word Sex probably comes from Middle English, meaning ‘section’ or ‘divide’. In Latin the word Sex means the number ‘Six’.
– What is the difference between sex and gender, by Christian Nordqvist, MedicalNewsToday.com
A Brief Sexual Summary of Three Roman Emperors
TIBERIUS (14-37 AD): While he lived on Capri, he had a huge villa built for him, Villa Jovis, the Villa of Jove (Jupiter), in which he indulged his pedophilia. He swam naked with and raped infants, toddlers and young boys…Even in his late seventies, sex with young children was one of his favorite pastimes. (Top Ten Worst Roman Emperors, by Jamie Frater, Listverse.com)
NERO (54-68 AD): Caligula’s nephew was an emperor at 16-years-old and lost his virginity to his mum…His most famous move though, was marrying his two homosexual lovers. The first, Sporus, he castrated, and married with all the usual ceremonies, including a dowry and a bridal veil. While Sporus was his wife, the second, Pythagoras, was his husband and on their wedding night Nero was heard to ‘imitate the cries and lamentations of a maiden being deflowered.’ (The A to Z of Sexual History Roman Emperors, by Cameron King, Vice.com)
ELAGABALUS (218-222 AD): Elagabalus took the throne at the ripe old age of 14, and immediately indulged his most sordid, depraved fantasies and desires. He was a man, yes, but wanted dearly to be a woman, and offered gargantuan sums of money to the physician who could turn him into one for real. Until then, he enjoyed cross-dressing, and whored himself out to common men in whorehouses throughout Rome, wearing female disguises and facial makeup….He had hundreds, perhaps thousands, of affairs with men and women while he was married to a Vestal virgin, which was a serious outrage among Romans. (Top Ten Worst Roman Emperors, by Jamie Frater, Listverse.com)