Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Eso’s Chronicles 279 / 5
The ‘Knellen’ of EU Nations
© Eso A.B.
All comments appearing within brackets [ ] are editorial in origin.
If in the beginning of what we call ‘civilization’, humankind lived in the wood and was ruled by a dream-King who was never seen except as a fantasy figure in a story, then the King was told about by story-tellers who, more than likely, were travelling herders who travelled for the most part with the seasons, south to north (in the spring), and north to south (in the fall).
It was the story-tellers who built the first temples, sites where stories were told to such people as had decided to become sedentary and make a living off the wood and its free gifts: animal pelts for dress, meat cured by smoking, and dried berries, mushrooms, and roots, which were later soaked and boiled into a soup in home-made clay pots. One of these early fairy-tale temples, Saint Basil’s (Sacred King) Cathedral http://www.moscow.info/images/red-square/St-Basils-Cathedral.jpg , still stands in Moscow though built at a later date (as a Memorial) and on a much grander scale than early temples in the wood.
The early herders of nomadic tribes were called Gens, from which have derived such names as genes, gendarmes and at least a hundred more words. Gens probably meant ‘herder’; in the Latvian language it is pronounced ‘gans’, but gans is still a herder. The many derivatives and cognates of the name are a fact hidden and deliberately overlooked by linguists, who will argue that they cannot see how the same letter G can over time change into other letters J, Ch, Y, H, Gh, V to name a few, and be pronounced differently: Jean, John, j(y)anniseries, Charon, Huan, Ghengis, Vanna (Vanesa), and so on. For this reason, St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow, which in direct translation means ‘Sacred King’ Basil, and Basil’s early name was likely John (Ivan, Jesus) the King, ought still be recognized as a symbol for ‘green’ (wood, field, and nature).
In any case, these early travelling priests or medicine men were also the first teachers. One ought not to be surprised that it was from these same ‘herders’ that there emerged the first teachers and, indirectly, law makers. These were the ‘wise men’, aka sons of the Sun; traces of this still remain with the Jewish rabbis, if we remember that many centuries ago, many people could not say the letter R and pronounced it as L, thus Rabbi=Labbis, the latter meaning ‘good men’ in Baltic languages to this day, hence “Laba diena” in Lithuanian means “Good day!” In the Baltics themselves, the word ‘labs’ changed to ‘raibs’, which means ‘changeling’ (of colors, many spotted, interesting); the Latvian capital city Riga, was anciently known as Līga, which is a word that stands for alliance and agreement (līgums).
In the early days, rabbis were men of the wood and also animal herders who came from many communities. When the days of the dream-King were coming to an end [at about the end-times of the Byzantine Empire (according to Anatoly Fomenko) aka Israel], these same men formed a community of their own ‘good men’. It ought not be surprising that in due course the ‘good men’ came to serve the King as lawmakers and tax collectors.
It was at this time that the early stages of later calamitous times were set into place. Though it may confuse some people why this should be so, it makes sense if we remember that the early people of the wood, who governed themselves, kept social order through localized decisions, whereas with the appearance of the King (as an actual rather than a dream entity), there appeared the first steps toward ‘globalization’. This globalization (then known as Catholization) of ‘human rights laws’ had nothing to do with ‘human rights’, but enabled a mechanism that made laws on behalf of kings, princes, barons, and EC commissioners. The post-wood or urban laws were imposed on many communities, which destroyed the earlier local (subjective) decision making mechanisms and unleashed governmental entities that are monstrous when compared to what our forebears believed to be necessary for self-rule.
Early opposition to globalized law came from the rabbis or ‘good men’ of the Israelite (formerly Byzantine) community. Almost everyone knows what the globalizers or Reichmahers of Germany did to the rabbis and their communities. The lies told by the Reichmahers remain in force through anti-Semitism in many East European countries, who do not remember—unfortunately—that their own communities of gani, the gens, were repressed and ‘knelled’ by the descendants of Vikings, who settled in Western Europe and now wish to Federalize Europe under a new legal barbarism. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law

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