Sunday, August 21, 2016

EC 564
Mirror Mirror at the Head of My Bed
By © Ludis Cuckold
…the Least of These…*

*Mat. 25:40: "Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”

It used to puzzle me a great deal what Jesus (real name John Basil kaleidaskoped by globalist ideology into Jesus of Nazareth, also John the Baptist) or those who put the words in his mouth, meant when he is reported to have said in Matthew18:2-4“Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever becomes like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.”

How could Jesus or whoever have ever said such a stupid thing?

Little by little, after witnessing wars and disasters brought into the world by so-called ‘enlightened’ elites living in cities far removed from Nature, did it begin to dawn on me that the “little children” were the people who in the days of John Basil the Pagan and/ or Jesus* from the Crossroads lived largely in the wood and survived off the gifts of nature, one of which gifts were fish with which Jesus according to legend fed thousands. (Mark 6:30-44) In the course of time, I was enabled to reinterpret the parable about the fish by my experiences as a child in the countryside, where such ‘gifts of nature’ were still abundant in the forests and on farmsteads practicing self-sustaining economies.

*John Basil/ Vasil of Byzantium was the true Jesus, who after being reduced by Viking elite dominated secular Christianity to a pagan (lesser John/ = pa = lesser, gan=Yan) was renamed Jesus or Iesus. At first this resulted in a civil war among the various aboriginal tribes who practiced Christianity—literally meaning ‘at cross+roads’—with Orthodox Christians, Jews, and Islamists forming the opposition to secular or Viking (later Western Catholic) led  Christianity. At a later date, the Orthodox Christian priesthood was persuaded to adopt the male dominated Catholic Christian version of history, while Jews were persuaded to cede the Bible to Catholic interpretation in return for keeping the practice of circumcision.

Because of gifts of nature, which besides berries and mushrooms included locusts and rainworms, thousands survived World War 2 and Stalin’s gulags.

Though I began to earn my keep as a cowherd from the age of seven, my citified and resort town origins (white sandals and year round German nannies) were so held in awe by my countryside relatives that in spite of being a cowherd, I was not permitted to witness a bull mate with a cow, and I had to figure out by myself that when a cow made-believe mated with another cow, this was a signal that the other cow was in heat, and it was time to take her to the bull for insemination. The fact that this natural phenomenon among cows is described by city folk as “lesbian cows HOT!!!” is yet another indication that city people belong to another species of homo sapiens—if not of separate genes, then of a very different (virtualized, artificialized, institutionalized) and generally uninformed and life-inexperienced mindset.

Another puzzle created by citified people is the ‘mystery’ role of Mary Magdalene, the only woman follower (the 13th disciple; 13 = the number of full moons or menstrual cycles a woman has in a year; there were 13 months in a year in pre-Catholic Christian times) among Jesus’s disciples. There ought to be no doubt that Mary Magdalene was the 13th disciple of Jesus. Citified homosapiens, the missionaries of our times, have done their best to turn Mary Magdalene, first into a whore, then into an idealized and sanitized image of St. Mary as Mother Perpetual. Interestingly, Michalengelo’s The Pieta, is a sculpture depicting the lifeless body of John-Jesus in the arms of his concubine or wife Mary Magdalene.

If in her later years Mary Magdalene died the ‘endura*’ way of dying (miming John Basil’s and Jesus Christ’s self sacrifice) that was practiced among the Bogomils and Cathars, in terms of today’s orthodox thought, we ought not fear imagining that she endorsed sexual petting that did not necessarily involve contact of sexual organs, which sex she likely practiced when with Jesus. The fact that they had only one child, allegedly a daughter, who married a prince named Merovingian, attests to indirect sexual contact. Incidentally, the word ‘merovingian’ may be a word that is a composite of three words: mero=peace; vin=way; gian=john.

*Note how the ‘endura’ link calls the endura an act of suicide, when in fact the endura is dying without fear of death. When I say that Mary Magdalene invented the endura, I am referring to the tradition (a la Dan Brown, et al) that claims that Jesus escaped crucifixion and went to live in France (the former kingdom of Occetan occupied by the Franks), where together with Mary Magdalene he had a family. What the popular authors missed or deliberately ignored—due to their hang-ups and prejudices—is a lesson in a different perspective, one that originated in a civilization that did not fear death. One may argue that the fear of death began with the arrival of individualism, which introduced violent behavior as a matter of course.

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