ANTONYUS SUBIA HONORS ANTINOUS ART
AT VATICAN MUSEUMS
FLAMEN Antonyus Subia is spending today at the Vatican Museums, honoring the breath-takingly beautiful statues devoted to Antinous the Gay God.
The Vatican Museums contain one of the world's finest collections of Antinous-related art, and Antonyus reserved the entire day to explore the museums as one of the highlights of his Sacred Pilgrimage to Rome.
Priest Hernestus, who has traveled to Rome from Hamburg Germany, is accompanying Antonyus to the museums with the generous support of Priest Uendi, who is in constant contact from Hollywood.
As Flamen Antinoalis, or "Arch Priest," Antonyus is ever mindful that he is the first practicing and widely recognized modern priest of Antinous to have worshiped in front of the image of Antinous in Rome in centuries.
Antonyus planned this current Sacred Pilgrimage to coincide with the unprecedented ANTINOUS EXHIBITION at Hadrian's Villa, a once-in-a-lifetime event.