Tuesday, November 25, 2014

EC 449 / GoveRment is an aLien People
© Eso A.B.
A Placebo’s Progress to Democracy
© Translation Eso A.B.

When the name of the Sun was changed from ‘Sonne’ (German, feminine gender) to ‘Saul’ (masculine gender) and thereby from an object adored from distance to one adored as a physically installed King (also  referred to as the ‘sun king’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_XIV_of_France ), there began a long (‘historical’) era of barbarization of government.

It is a synchronistic element worth noting that the name ‘Louis’ in the ‘sun king’s’ name is a reference to the name ‘Ludi’, which name at the beginning of the era of government by barbarization was a name that stood for the name of the People, re: Ludi. It is doubly interesting that the era of the physical ‘sun king’ was brought to an end by the Ludi getting together and doing a Revolution==as in the French Revolution, which ended with Louis loosing his hed to a guillotine and the institutionalization of ‘Femocracy’, which, as we now see, was then and is now an impossible form of government.

It may be worth while to remind the reader of the beginning of the era of the ‘King’ as government.

I have argued that when our planet was still largely covered by wood and such plains as naturally rose from lands unfit to support a wood, most people lived either in the wood or at the edge of the wood. Since the only way to cover distance in those days was by foot, many human dwellings arose along the edges of rivers, lakes, or seas, where water facilitated a faster, if riskier, form of transportation and movement. This enhanced form of transportation, however, did not mean that all ludis’s used it, but was largely confined to males, who due to their physical characteristics were best fit for such an exercise.

The majority of ludis’s continued to live in the wood or at its edge (be it field or river). This confinement to relative immobility facilitated, in its turn, the human imagination to turn inward. For example, when the ‘rovers’ returned from a trip from a village up river with tales that somewhere at either the beginning or the end of the river, there was a site (city) nigh indescribable in magnificence, the people in situ (in place)  began to have visions of no lesser magnificence than the English poet Cooleridge had after he had smoked some opium and wrote his famous poem “Kubla Khan” (the Great John). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kubla_Khan : “In Xanadu did Kubla Khan himself a stately pleasure dome decree….”

In that long ago era of Kubla Khan, the King had only an imaginary existence. His physical existence took a long time in developing, with its intermediary phase beginning with the issuance by King John at Runnymede of the Magna Carta and end phase arriving with Louis XIV of France. Nevertheless, the Chan’s imaginary existence is, in fact, the first form of human government and the ground on which the idea of God is imagined and founded.

In those days as the Sun (feminine gender), re: Heo, or possibly Eo (?El) or Io. Indeed, this reminds me of my college class in Old English, from which I now remember only one phrase: “Fæder ure þu þe eart on heofonum…” (Our Father who art in Heaven). Let us note that the word for Heaven (heo-fon-um) begins with Heo, (Sun) and ends with fon (Moon) = Heofon, and the suffix ‘um’. In effect, heaven is as yet the realm of the Sun and the Moon, while God is not yet a physical being except as my, your, our ‘father’ yet to be born.

As I have already noted (blog 448), the ‘force’ that forced the Sun=Saule to abdicate to be replaced by Saul, is the institution of the fur tax, which defined ‘force’ as the physical removal (by wripping) of an animal’s skin off its back and the removal from the Sun of its ‘shine’ to be used as a halo over the heads of a conglomeration of heads of government, who t ‘legitimized’ themselves by creating in the midst of the wood, the desert, aka the city, and in the desert of the city thinking=up (?imagining) Democracy, which replaces the feudal lords with individual rights.

Before I end this blog, it is worth remembering that Louis XIV centralized government (eliminated the feudal subset http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feudalism of rulers) and created himself as a more or less physical God. This fact, shortly brought about the Revolution, which broke down the ‘feudal’ system of nobles http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/feudalism into ‘individualist’ segments. Today we are witness to a like act of self-glorification by means of centralization and globalization by a U.S. a President sans charisma—Obama.

An excellent summary of the actions of Obama can be seen and heard reported by David Knight, re: ‘Obama's Amnesty by Royal Decree’. I watched the program on 25 November, 2014.

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