Yes, we have "entitlement" now, just as 2000 years ago, in 19 AD instead of our 2019, the common mass of Romans had bread and circuses provided for them without effort, before the hypothetical First Millennial Apocalyptic Jewish War from 66-70 AD, and the triumph of the Flavians. If we have your projected Third Millennium Apocalypse in 2066-2070, is it possible by that time that a Postflavian point of view could triumph, or will history repeat itself once more? Of course, it may be a moot point for us, as Ellis noticed in "Cleopatra and Christ" that Jesus eventually triumphed and became the "Emperor/God" of the Roman Catholic Empire/Church, but it was a hollow victory, as it was in his name only and not in his actual person, as may be the case with us by 2070, unless we start engaging in some serious tantric practices with our newfound knowledge and become immortal!The result is the mind slavery that profits a few, even making it that much harder for the mind slaves to make the proper efforts if they wanted to.
By the way, to add to the synchronization, it looks to me as though Ellis has Jesus born in 14 AD* by his latest estimation, and that Postflaviana was "born" in 2014, stay tuned!
* Ellis may have nailed it this time, as it is recorded in "The Deeds of the Divine Augustus" that Augustus conducted three lustrums (censuses), in 28 BC, 8 BC, and 14 AD, this last year being the year of his decease on August 19, and the last year that Jesus could have been born in his reign. "The Deeds of the Divine Augustus"(8) http://classics.mit.edu/Augustus/deeds.html Yes, Luke 2:2 (KJV) states in parentheses that "And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria", indicating to me that (1) Luke is indicating when he thought that this taxing was first imposed upon the area (in his own lifetime?) without specifically naming the birth of Jesus as occurring during it, or (2) the parentheses are showing that this was a later interpolation.