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Caligula connection to 14 fish reference?
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03/25/2019 11:27 AM
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In this documentary on Caligula the narrator mentioned that his Uncle the current Emperor Tyberius (with whom Caligula spent a considerable amount of his youth with) had in his pool what he referred to as little tiddlers. In Greek the meaning of the word tiddlers is pices or fishes.
We have seen this reference now twice that I know of.
Once with John Podesta and his 14 fish picture
Just recently this phrase was carved into the NZ gun used in the shooting.
Could this be the meaning of 14 fish?
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[44.1] He acquired a reputation for still grosser depravities that one can hardly bear to tell or be told, let alone believe. For example, he trained little boys (whom he termed tiddlersnote[The Latin word, pisces, means "fishes".]) to crawl between his thighs when he went swimming and tease him with their licks and nibbles. Unweaned babies he would put to his organ as though to the breast, being by both nature and age rather fond of this form of satisfaction.
Last Edited by Sanibel on 03/25/2019 11:29 AM