5. A typical Sex Mob in Roman Britain
Roughly 1950 years ago, the island of Mona had been
a last British asylum for refugees. That was according to Tacitus
(14:29) one main reason why the Roman commander Paulinus (a name that
might be interpreted as Little Hobbit) had conquered that island. The
religious authorities used to offer human sacrifices there to their
gods. That seemed helpful to prophesy. But their bad deities failed
to help the moment the Romans came in. The Romans drove many into the
fires of their own torches. Torching captives was a fashionable
cruelty in Rome of that time, for Nero the god.
In Rome of that era it was advisable for any rich
people to appoint Nero as a heir. The emperor was enormously
spendthrift and lately had become a murderous thief. Also the British
chieftain Prasugatus, a king of the Iceni who was famous for his
riches, tried this method. Nevertheless the Roman legionaries and
their slaves plundered his home, mistreated his wife Boudicca and
raped his daughters. That was just what the Roman soldiers would
often do; as if Mars, the god of war, was pushing them to. The Romans
often recruited men of very different nationality and mentality for
their legions, treating them harshly. This diversity was meant to
hinder rebellions, but one consequence was that diverse Roman
soldiers misbehaved by the same greedy ways. Mr. Little Hobbit maybe
had not the charisma to stop these atrocities. While the Romans cared
too little for their own laws and promises, the Iceni, the
Trinobantes (false Trojans) and others took up their weapons again.
They especially got angry on the Roman veterans of the colony of
Camulodunum (Colchester), the city that had been the former capital
of king Cymbeline. There the ex-soldiers used to tyrannize the
British for years. But the uprising of Boudicca ended that misery at
least for a while. The British treacherously and cruelly killed about
Of Boudicca Cassius Dio left us a striking
description. A Ben Johnson translated it as follows:
»She was very tall, the glance of her eye most
fierce; her voice harsh. A great mass of the reddest hair fell down
to her hips. Her appearance was terrifying.«
In Greek though, the word that Cassius Dio (62:2)
used was ξανθοτάτην, a
word that means most golden to auburn. It's a typical racial
prejudice when people deem, that belligerent people should have
reddish hair. We may imagine that also the daughters of Boudicca were
of excellent height and beauty. They bravely accompanied her mother
into war. But that ended in a terrible massacre, since the British
were neither well trained nor well guided by intuition. If Boudicca
had possessed more of the magic of the Earth Goddess, even her voice
would have been softer, and her wisdom would have been more fitting
to a woman. But at that time the goddess couldn't help the British in
the needed way. Often the reason for this was that we had to share
bad destiny with planet Lar.
Boudicca was also very well and richly dressed. She
was wearing a thick golden chain around her neck, her dress was
colourful, and a fibula held her thick coat. She wielded a terrible
Isn't it a pity that so many good-looking noble and
well evolved British had to die, when the cruel and greedy Romans
invaded their island? The gods were to blame too, and the false
racial lore of the Romans. The Romans saw themselves as those
destined to rule the world (Sueton, Augustus 40), and their awful
gods seemed to agree. Augustus put "the strongest effort"
into his legislation to keep the ancient Roman blood pure. He also
especially kindled dark Oriental children. Couldn't someone tell
those Roman emperors that they were bringing down and destroying the
best races of the world with their mean, greedy politics? In the
absence of true religion, that is even today a most difficult task.
A few years after Boudicca, in the time of
Vitellius the red emperor, yet another uprising rocked the Roman
world. This time the Germanic Batavians and others fought the
depraved Romans and their lecherous legionaries. They were much
better organized and fought with more luck than the British. When the
rebels reached Cologne, it was still a place of the Germanic Ubians,
according to Tacitus (Histories 4:63). The "few strangers"
who had lived in Cologne had already died or left in a hurry.
Colonists had earlier settled down in town, and mixed with the
Ubians. The Germanic from both sides of the river Rhine now agreed
that they were all brothers in blood. The Germanic rebels appealed to
the citizens to turn back to the lifestyle and the traditions of the
Germanic. But that question depended on the will of the gods again.
While they all famed the Germanic god of war, it soon became clear
that their rebellion was not meant to succeed. That was what the
Earth Goddess was telling them, with the help of the famous seeress
Veleda. Men fall fast in wars, and their names and tales of fame
vanish in the mist of early history. But the Goddess is eternal. Ewa
had the time to wait for the best moment to let her Germanic
terminate the bad Roman empire.
On the island of the Batavians, a mysterious
goddess had had a holy grove. There she was called Nehallennia. That
nebulous name reminds of the most beautiful Helen of the Iliad, but
also of the much later Nordic myth of Niflhel. According to the Edda,
Niflhel was the deepest underworld, a foggy and eerie place.
According to the UTR just there the Earth Goddess lives, in the
ninths and innermost sphere of her Betyle. Her throne name will be
Helénə. But when she will incarnate in human flesh and
blood, the "coming race" will already write with my runes.
I envision her clearly before me, in a future where she will be far
mightier than today, due to the help of so many good angels. But
already in the times of Vitellius, the goddess was able to save the
rebellious Batavians (today: Flemish) from the bad fate of the
rebellious Iceni. Her powers centre at the lower Rhine.
Divide et impera – divide and rule.
That had been the key Roman law of diversity. They parted peoples
into friends and foes of the Romans, to hinder them from rebellions.
The same strategy use leftists and rogues of diverse nations today,
to win worldwide power.