Liberated at the verge of execution, Cirrus found himself on a cruel path to bloodshed being the very purpose of his freedom. He is faced with two choices; to execute a bloody plot or bear the weight of his crime. As he stands to choose for himself between freedom and execution, Vitus devised a means to alter his choice in a demanding way and at all cost. In the face of the battle Cirrus became a perfect subject to Gaius's riddle, 'In the City of Ignorance, a Tongue made a King and the King ruled the Tongues, the Tongue has the power but the King has the crown. That he may secure the crown he turned Prophecies against the Prophet, teachings against the teacher'. The Altar and The Sacrificed is a puzzling storyline of a god sacrificed on an altar beneath him. Will the sacrificed subdue the altar? 'Prophecies against the Prophet' is the second series of 'The Altar and The Sacrificed' a Historic Fiction/Adventure mapped in the ancient Mediterranean world.