Thursday, March 13, 2014

Eso’s Chronicles 306 / 5  
A Suicidal Civilization
© Eso A.B.
All comments appearing within brackets [ ] are editorial in origin. This series begins with 288.


God was able to begin his career as a terrorist as soon as he was proclaimed to be “good” and as soon as ‘good’ was made stick and after which ‘sticking it (goodness) to him’ God could no longer be all one part of the Whole of Mind. One of those who made this reputation ‘stick’ to God is known to Western Christians as St. Augustine.

As Augustine writes (from North Africa) to Pope Boniface:

I must express my satisfaction, and congratulations, and admiration, my son Boniface, in that, amid all the cares of wars and arms, you are eagerly anxious to know concerning the things that are of God. From hence it is clear that in you it is actually a part of your military valor to serve in truth the faith which is in Christ. To place, therefore, briefly before your Grace the difference between the errors of the Arians and the Donatists, the Arians say that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost are different in substance; whereas the Donatists do not say this, but acknowledge the unity of substance in the Trinity. And if some even of them have said that the Son was inferior to the Father, yet they have not denied that He is of the same substance; while the greater part of them declare that they hold entirely the same belief regarding the Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost as is held by the Catholic Church. Nor is this the actual question in dispute with them; but they carry on their unhappy strife solely on the question of communion, and in the perversity of their error maintain rebellious hostility against the unity of Christ. But sometimes, as we have heard, some of them, wishing to conciliate the Goths, since they see that they are not without a certain amount of power, profess to entertain the same belief as they.

Those who look up the link will note that Augustine’s letter is a long one. However, what is of importance to us is contained in the paragraph. We note, for one, that Augustine holds it crucially important that “….in you [Boniface] it is actually a part of your military valor to serve in truth the faith which is in Christ”.

Note that the words Augustine emphasizes are “‘faith’… in Christ”, not in ‘Christ’ per se. It takes only a moment to realize that the ‘faith’ being presented is not presented by Christ, but by Augustine and Boniface, two ‘church’ men in service of secular princes and/or kings.

While the claim is made, there is actually no evidence that Augustine is a religious convert in any real sense. Rather, there is some circumstancial evidence  that he is a long term government agent or implant infiltrating Eastern Christianity (that is why he is presented as having been born in Africa), who soon develops a theory (on behalf of an unknown Prince) that expounds on the theory of a ‘just war’.

Just when Eastern Rome (Byzantium) is falling apart, Augustine (the name may be borrowed from ‘Aengus’, and may indicate a yet unsuspected link with the ‘old’ and pre-Roman Europe) writes a book by the name of “City of God”, in which he proposes (invents) a history of Western Christianity to replace Eastern Christianity, and participates in the resettlement of Jerusalem (then Byzantium, Constantinople) to, first, Avignon, in the midst of ‘heretic’ Cathar Christians in Languadoc, France, then (moving about eight hundred years ahead to the 14th century) joins the Pope in Rome, and founds the Holy Roman Empire through the Frankish king Charlemagne (coinciding territorially roughly with that of Germany).

[Since my own sense of history is influenced by the ideas of Anatoly Fomenko, I do not hold to a strict Scaligerian concensus chronology, but rely on the believability of an improvised story. Unfortunately, a detailed chronological accounting depends on a major re-analysis of history—which is unlikely to happen until after our present Industrial Era destructs itself and allows for a major reinterpretation of events.]

Is it not curious that in our own day, the government of the U.S. is asking us to have ‘faith’ in its theory of a ‘just war’ (interfering with other governments, making a ready interpretation of what constitutes ‘terror’, whenever the country in opposition to it does not lend itself to easy manipulation), aka ‘globalization’ as a method of spreading the ‘Amrican’ way of life around the globe?

Another noteworthy statement is contained in the last sentence in the above quote”: “…sometimes, as we have heard, some of [the Donatists], wishing to conciliate the Goths, since they see that they are not without a certain amount of power, profess to entertain the same belief as they.” In other words, the “certain amount of power” of the Goths is not something that confessed whoremonger Augustine would recommend anyone to ‘fu**’ with.

Another crucial word in the paragraph is ‘Goths’. I hold to the theory that it was the Goths (originating from the Vikings) who were driven out of the Eastern Christian kingdoms, which they had either occupied or were controlling by proxies, and removed themselves to the northwest of Europe, to the area coinciding with that of the Benelux countries today.

It was in this corner of Europe that the Goth nobility rewrote Eastern Christianity to their liking (including the text of the New Testament, with which story they replaced, the Old Testament, and renamed John Basil as Jesus Christ), removed the holy reliquaries from plundered Byzantium to Avignon, and used the intelligence learned gathered by ‘St.’ Augustine to present to the world with a heretofore unheard of ‘faith’, which it was necessary to present to the disbelieving public through military means, i.e., persuasive violence. The theory and military means have been exercised continuously for many hundreds of years. Its latest application is taking place at the time o this writing in the Ukraine, an area that—though it falls short of it—coincides with that of ancient Byzantium.

Interestingly, it is not ‘faith’ in Jesus Christ that is being pushed, but ‘faith’ in nuclear deterrence and the ‘spirit’ is nuclear radiation.







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