Thursday, April 17, 2014

Eso’s Chronicles 331 / 7 
Odds and Ends  
© Eso A.B.
All comments appearing within brackets [ ] are editorial in origin.


We are told by the consensual historians of the West and East that in 1240 Kiev was captured by the Mongols of Ghegis Khan [John (possibly Angus) the King]. Russian mathematician and historian Anatoly Fomenko disagrees, and argues that the Mongols were never plentiful enough to make an invasion.

My own view agrees with Fomenko, but for a different reason.

In my view the Mongols were invented by the Russian Orthodox Church to cover up the fact that it had accepted the Western version of Christianity. In fact, the Mongol invasion was a continuation of the invasion that was  begun by Western un with the so-called 4th Crusade (1204), which mysteriously stopped at the gates of Byzantium and did not continue on to Jerusalem as the organizers of the Crusade had first told.

The Christianity reigning in Kiev and Eastern Europe as a whole before 1204 and 1240 was forced underground and little by little over the next several centuries destroyed.

Let us remember the Crusade of 1208 against the Cathars (?Bogomils) in Languedoc, now France, and Yersika, now Latvia. These events were not new enterprises, but a continuation of the 1204 attack on Byzantium, which thereafter was renamed Constantinople. In southern France and the Baltics, too, the old or first Christianity was liquidated in favor of one invented by the West [with considerable help from one called St. Augustine and many other paid agents (Bishop Albert in Livonia being one of them)].

The ‘hereticism’ according to the consensual establishment (the boyars and princes with their lobbyist the priests and various specnaz groups of monks known as Holy Orders) came as ‘hereticism’ by way of the East, from Iran and Syria, and were known as Asian Manicheans, Neo-Manicheans, Massalians, Patarenes, Dualists, and more.

As for who these ‘heretics’ were in actuality, we may discover by taking a closer look at the name Patarenes. In fact, this group was known in then Livonia as ‘Pastaljāņi’ or later ‘Pastalnieki’. Even today, anyone who is long on his or her prayers is said to be saying ‘Pahtari’. The name ‘pastala’ in Latvian means a primitive form of a ‘shoe’ cut from pig leather . It is still sold as a souvenir item in Riga to tourists. The nearest use today of the pastala is as a ballerina shoe, with the difference that it has a hardened toe.

The manner in which the name of ‘pastala’ found its way in the name of the Patarenes is when the consonant L began to be pronounced as an R. Thus, former Amsteldam is now known as Amsterdam, and ‘pastala’ became the root for ‘Pastarene’, aka the Traveling or Wandering weaver, aka the Wandering Jew—Ahasverus. Weaving, a necessary art in those days, was adapted by the Pastelenes in Livonia and elsewhere as their mobile tradesmark; it opened many doors to them and their Christian or Christian King John’s message.

Due to the dogmatic pressures of the Lutheran Church, the Latvians to this day do not connect one of their most sacred folk relics, the belt from Lielvarde , as the work of the Pastarenes or Bogomils.

The 4th or was it the 1st Crusade(?) was a political movement on behalf of the elites that lasted a very long time. Thus, the 1240 invasion of Kiev by the ‘Mongols’ and the 1360 convocation of the Bulgarian Church Council, the latter (‘Orthodox Christianity’) especially aimed to condemn Judaism and Bogomilism, which appear to have had close contacts at that time. The hold on Bulgaria of the First Christianity was strong and thus especially abhorrent to the elites from the West.

The strength of the Bogomils arose from the fact that it had roots in the indigenous population—then still mostly people of the wood. For example, the Synodicon of the Tsar Boril describes Bogomils thusly*: “…those who on the 24th of June, the birth of John the Baptist [I read it as ‘Ian the Basil’] practice magic and gather fruits and that night perform foul mysteries like the pagan [pa-yan] rites.”

The 24th of June marks the date of the summer solstice, and it is still celebrated by the Latvians (as Jāņu diena) and southern Slavs as ‘Ivani deni’.

Because the 2nd Christianity of the elites (then called Catholics, now fully secularized as Globalists) eventually prevailed over the 1st Christians, the latter became increasingly identified with pagans (pa-yans), with magic, and popular superstitions. Indeed, there came a time when Bogomils lost all leadership and their most important rite became a ‘folk festival’.

As for the leadership of the Bogomils, most of them met their fate on a pile of burning wood. This was the first ideologically motivated act of deforestation. It is from this time on that the People of  Byzantium and now the entire world were subject to taxation of the State at its will.

*Most of the information in this blog taken from Dmitri Obolensky’s “The Bogomils”. 1948, Cambridge U. Press.

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