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Titel: Diversity Sucks

Myths and histories about diversity – a free text by Bertram Eljon Holubek, Version 2.0 2021

Diversity freaks claim that it's nice to mix people of different race and quality. The idea silently became a worldwide liberal dogma that hardly can be challenged. But just like for instance that old Christian geocentric model, it is obviously faulty. For dorks diversity seems to be solid ground, on which they can build a new world of the future. In reality diversity is like a swamp, with alien things lurking in the lair.

A mysterious Scene of Frank's Casket

Chapter Five: In Search of the Magic of the Dragon

There is indeed a kind of dragon with us. The Earth Goddess is really a congera, but she likes to render her best western humans wise and wealthy. However, diversity often meant that guys like Attila the Hun or Caesar would interfere into the ordered development of Europe by their ways.

1. The Dragon of Love and Wealth

Now this is an artful old Danish bracteate. It's a special kind of hollow medal that can also be used as a coin. This bracteate is fantastic artwork from the Denmark of the era of the Vikings; it was found in Snorup near Copenhagen. What we see on it is the likeness of a dragon, or rather of a worm. Several such medals were found. They give us the impression that in that era, the worm or dragon was definitely known to many Danes and Saxons, not only as a symbol of luck but as Hel, the goddess of the dead. This motive is comparable to the mythical snake Ouroboros. That snake is often shown encircling the world, clutching it's own tail with it's head. The head here however ends up in two big jaws. These symbolize, from the lucid point of view of the UTR, the two front blood cranes that supply the Goddess of Earth. In Nordic sagas this snake is called Midgardormr, Worm of the Earth. People from the sea coasts believed that it lived deep in the outer ocean, and hoped it would protect them from inundations.

Vikings often lived together in the same hall, where they ate and slept, drank and made love with slave girls. But there were also marriages, protected by the god of victory and his big wife. A bracteate with their symbols may have been the perfect wedding present.

In principle such rare coins belong into a museum. But since there exist so many coins, collectors also own and trade rather precious ones. So why not become a coin collector? The budget deficits of many nations are skyrocketing. In Britain the budget deficit has reached the dangerous margin of 80 percent of the gross national product. In the EU the monetary policy, right now, is to "pay" own debts with new money. Therefore the total amount of money has risen dramatically. It's truly a divine miracle, that this does not lead to a dramatic inflation. If that strong currency should run into troubles, then possibly the prices for curant coins (coins worth it's metal) would sharply rise.

This is one of the most precious coins that ever were made in Britain. It's from Offa, king of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia. The strange thing is that this looks like an Arab gold coin! The text says "King Offa" in Latin, but all around it and on the other side there are Arabic inscriptions. Some experts say that this is a copy of a dinar made by the Arabs, who at that time had conquered Spain. This unique coin may have been a fake for reasons of propaganda. But since king Offa had to pay tributes in gold to Rome, it is not unlikely that he may have used such coins as a menace to convert to Islam.

The Wikipedia only tells us that the coin carries Arabic text. The Deutsche writer Hanswilhelm Haefs wrote (book 2 p. 201) that the coin carries the Qufian text "Mohammed is the prophet of God". Obviously in England nobody could read this text. A legend has it that people interpreted these strange pictures as the constellations of the zodiac, also reminding of the word sterling.

So isn't this truly a diversity coin? Since Mr. Suntan is so fond of diversity, we may expect him to bring up the idea to adorn British coins with multilingual texts, from Urdu maybe to the ancient writings of the Easter Island, today called Rapa Nui. The idea behind such coins could be to make them get really diverse and rare. That would possibly increase their value, regarding the collectors and diversity freaks. The exact strategy was common in chancellor Merkel's former GDR. There they were printing some stamps only in small special editions, called Sperrwerte. They would sell these to international collectors or also give them to party cronies. By this way, stamp collectors from the FRG, the western part of divided Deutschland, would also pay for the wall. If king Offa had become a Muslim, then possibly a wall would part Britain today, like the one that parts Israel. Most of the Muslims in Europe don't really favour diversity, but they want Islam to win and rule.

One main reason for western people to take up Islam must have been, that this Semitic religion allows them to take several wives. King Henry-8 must have thought about this too. He was blond and Nordic after all, and such guys find it hard anyway to believe that a silly puny Jew might have become their almighty god. The problem with those several wives is it though, that the typical big men always only covet the next young vixen, while they easily become displeased with the old one at home. The answer to this typical male problem that the Islam gives is to allow the easy divorce. A Muslim needs only say to his wife "I cast you out", and that was it. The consequence of such laws is however a lack of respect for women in general, leading to all kinds of shortcomings, starting with the legs.

2. Of the Cruelty and Greed of Attila the Hun

One strange aspect of modern western culture is that vile tyrants are held in high esteem, by some experts and scholars. That concerns not only Mohammed the Prophet, but also Attila the Hun and most Julius the Caesar. Some left-wingers and unfair guys tend to single out Adolf Hitler, while they get strangely soft when it comes to Che Guevara and other comparable rogues. The problem is often rooted in a bad religion, that makes people believe that their god is a cruel liar and rogue.

The great poem of the Nibelungen originates from Southern Deutschland. Therein we find that the dragon is a beast that needed to be slain by the hero Siegfried. But soon later Siegfried died ingloriously. In the end the Hun Attila nearly becomes one of the good guys! But the really good guys of this Bavarian epos are the clerics of the Roman Church. Indeed the Burgundians and allied Nibelungen (foggy marauders) of that era had become fervent Christians. But soon Jesus seemed to bring them his martyrdom, instead of luck and wealth. That is what the ancient tales of the Icelanders still remember, how badly Attila the Hun was treating the captured Nibelungen. When king Gunther and his men were tortured, the legendary princess Gudrun cursed the Hun:

"Svá gangi þér, Atli,
sem þú við Gunnar áttir
eiða oft of svarða
ok ár of nefnda,
at sól inni suðrhöllu
ok at Sigtýs bergi,
hölkvi hvílbeðjar
ok at hringi Ullar."
Ok meir þaðan
menvörð bituls
dolgrögni dró
til dauðs skokkr.

"That shall happen to thee, Atli!
like toward Gunnar thou hast held
the oft-sworn oaths,
formerly taken,
by the Sun in the southern hall,
and by the victory-god's mountain,
the hidden bed of rest,
and by the ring of Balder."
Yet more thence
the shaker of the snuffle,
did the long grotto's guardian
drag to death.

In this hard to understand text, from the old Icelandic poem ›Atlakviða‹ (Song of Attila), we find a remarkable ancient Nordic oath formula. These words sound like they are very old. Firstly the Sun is invoked, but it is put into a mysterious southern hall. Sigtyr, the god of victory, is of course Odin. But his rock is a mysterious kenning. It must mean a tomb, just like the hidden bed of rest. This reminds of the bloodstained hill of Balder, the dead god of light. Ullr seems to have been his Nordic name, derived from the Germanic name Holder. The god of light is the god of victory too.

The Icelandic version of this tale has it that Gudrun was the sister of Gunther, who was married to Attila the Hun. Driven by greed for the dragon hoard, the Hun had taken captive Gunther, and despite often-sworn oaths he tortured Gunther, to make him tell the place where the hoard lies hidden. Gudrun reminds the perjurious Hun of his oaths, since breaking an oath is misbehaviour of the worst sort, due to Germanic and Nordic traditions. But why should a Hun care for his old oaths? The shaker of the snuffle, the horse-riding Hun, drags the king to death without mercy. According to Germanic traditions, the swear gods were supposed to see to it that oaths were kept. But who were these gods, really? This strange oath formula chiefly invokes Balder, the god of the Sun. But the Edda has it that Balder is dead – it's a myth taken from ancient Oriental religion. As the believers tried to invoke him, some saw a blood-stained hill. It's the body of Hel, the Goddess of Earth, that rests in a long cave in it's own blood, surrounded by electric cables.

3. How Siegfried lost his Goddess, his Sense of Morality and his Luck

Another mythical dragon slayer was Siegfried. In the famous Wagner operas of ›The Ring of the Nibelungs‹ we meet him as a Germanic superhero. The dragon of this tale was originally a giant called Fafner. By way of magic he transformed into a dragon. That idea comes again near to the real story. In the old days people would often think that some dead were still alive, that they were spirits now haunting the perimeter of their tombs, or maybe the places where they once had lived. The congeras however are the ones who really perform such spook. The congeras hardly appear to people as the worms they are. Instead they eventually mask as undead spirits, especially of the people they much influenced while they lived. The more the dead vanish in the fog of history, the more the spirits tend to lose shape. By this way a ghost of a giant may turn into a fantasy dragon.

It is noteworthy that the original tales of Siegfried speak of a [lent] worm (Deutsch. Lindwurm), not of a fiery dragon. This Germanic hero may have had a better impression than others of the real nature of the worm that really lives under the Earth. In the ›Saga of the Völsungs‹ we read: »The worm was gigantic. As he was crawling to a high river bank to drink, he slavered poison.« Indeed the body of a congera contains gheebe, a blood made with the help of yeast. The Nordic tale of Sigurd the Völsung has it that the hero gained wisdom from eating the heart of the worm. Soon later he met Brynhild. After he had turned against the worm, and mentally "killed" it, Ewa Sofia appeared to him as a super-heroine. She needed Sigurd to fall in love with her a little. In the tale of the dragon slayer ›Yvain‹, the Earth Goddess appeared as the maid Lunette, which in interpretation is the Goddess of the Moon (French: lune). She saw to it that the hero of the tale, a worthy young knight, found the love of his life and married her. That is right now one main role of the Earth Goddess: to see to it that the promising people find partners and have kids, while the people with too much suntan do not have kids. This is the main reason why even rogues like Hengist, having fine Nordic genes, still were more in the favour of God than nice puny darklings. Not if they were rogues but despite of it God especially cared for noble Nordic, spreading them eventually into faraway countries. This is what we read in the ›First Song of Gudrun‹ about this:

Strong stood my Sigurd aside Gjuki's sons; like high-born leek lingers high above halms.

In the end of the Icelandic saga, king Gunther gets thrust into a snake pit, as a means of torture. That again means the cabled halls of Hel. Ewa's Betyle, the House of God, is where all souls come from and get recycled in the end. That is why on the bracteates a snake is often shown as a monster consuming people. The Icelandic saga has it that Gudrun took revenge in a most evil way. In reality though, Attila the Hun died when he drank too much, and just was about to have sex with another young "wife". Only by her name this fortunate woman, Hildiko, reminds us of Kriemhild, who had been the wife of Sigurd. It's mysterious that the Icelandic saga replaced the name of Kriemhild with that of her daughter Gudrun. Verily, Sigurd or Siegfried was just another father who couldn't stay away from his daughter! Driven not only by greed but also by Christian tales of hell, he turned against his Earth Goddess. But while this leading hero of the Nibelungen and Burgundians then sank deep into immorality, also his clan lost all it's luck. The Burgundians therefore thought that this dragon was just no good, and they mostly became fervent Christians. That was the tragic of those wandering tribes and hordes of the South. In the North however, it was easier for people to realize that the dragon was not their enemy, but would bring them hope and luck and love too. That is why they were building those famous dragon ships, and also kept on believing that their father god Odin, the Lord of Earth, would save them from a Christian hell.

Ha, ha, right now I found some comedy pictures in the Internet. They show the Russian president Putin morphed into the elf Dobby! Surely he is not amused and neither should we. After all, the sins of Dobby are not roguish tyranny, criminal cruelty and mindless greed. Why was it always so difficult to rule well in Russia? Surely it plays a major role that the Russian national seal shows the mythical knight Saint George as he is just about to slay a grey dragon. We should interpret his white horse as a symbol of the Earth Goddess. But since the historical Saint George came from Africa, he should rather have dark skin, reminding of Saint Christopher from Egypt. Of the latter Christian tales have it that he measured 12 ells of size (4.5 meters, 15½ feet), and tried to carry Jesus into the other world. Are such doggone aliens angels? It should warn that another name of St. Christopher is Reprobus – the reprobate. In ancient Egypt he was known as the deity Anubis.

Hey, if you just decided to become a coin collector now, here's another coin that might interest you. This is an old Russian three rubles coin. It's so special because these were the first coins made of platinum! So from the point of view of diversity, they are uniquely special. In the Internet they sell these coins right now for a little more than 2000 £. If you favour the idea of diversity, then you may expect these coins to rise in value in the future. But wait a minute! There is a problem with those coins, and it is typical for the issue of diversity. These are rare and look nicely alien, but they also are of poorer quality, compared to our types. Platinum is a rather soft metal. That's why on this coin the knight Saint George in the middle has lost his face.

4. The limitless Greed and Luck of Julius Caesar

G. Julius Caesar believed that he was the descendant of a goddess. His clan, the Julians, allegedly descended from Aeneas, the legendary refugee from Troy, who had sailed to Italy to colonize it. Those noble Trojans thought of themselves as the offspring of Venus, the goddess of love. One story that Sueton related says that young Caesar once saw a statue of Alexander the Great in front of the Hercules temple in Gades. He then sighed out aloud, having realized that the Macedonian had conquered his worldwide realm at a very young age, while he hadn't yet achieved anything of importance. In the following night he dreamed that he was having sex with his mother! Worried much about that he consulted some kind of psychologists. These awakened the greatest hopes in him. They told him that the dream was a prophecy, saying that he should become the ruler of all the world – since the mother, that he had seen vanquished before him, had been nobody else than Earth, that was seen as the mother of all humans. In those days indeed the Earth Goddess was still respected by not a few heathens. In ancient Greece they called her Gê, and thought of her as some kind of dragon. Surely it helped Caesar that he was no dragon slayer, nor a despiser of the sexual magic of women. Such prophecies often are worked from the future backwards. I received much the same prophecy from the same Mother Earth, but without sensing my mother in bed with me. However I often hear the insulting demands like: »motherfucker« with my inner ear. To many the Greys speak with inner voices indistinguishable from their own self, but to me they often try to be as rude and loud as possible. The cosmic devils thirst for lust and relish our pain, and even of old people they demand sex often. What Caesar apparently did was that he masturbated frequently. In those early days, people were more sensitive that such solitary acts will link them to other people they fantasize of. His mum would notice and eventually reap of him desire too. She subsequently died soon. But, since lust can become addictive, Caesar would eventually transform into a woman in his fantasies. That may increase the intensity of the desires, but the effect is like a higher dose of the same drug. The Greys then eventually make attractive men gay. Already in his young days Caesar had had gay sex. And later he must have been possessed by lust both male and female! In Rome many people noticed this too. His enemies would deride Caesar, calling him the queen of Bithynia, where as a youngster he had had sex with king Nikomedes. Curio the Elder called him:

»the man of all women and the woman of all men« (Sueton 1:52)

Caesar was by nature a Clarenceaux, a red king of war. He had conquered all Gaul, destroying cities, plundering the temples, robbing the harvests and killing hundreds of thousands of fighters and civilians. Then he also set sail to invade Britain. The British were ill prepared for the combat against the disciplined and technologically superior military machine of the Roman fascists. But they also had an internal problem: diversity. This is what Caesar himself wrote about this (5:11):

The inner part of Britannia is inhabited by the people who claim to be aborigines. In the coastal land but Belgians live, who came to make booty and wage war and who stayed. Cassivellaunus and his city's men had constantly been at war with other tribes. Only when the Romans arrived, other British gave him the supreme lead of the entire war.

Surely this ethnic division of Britain helped Caesar much to invade and conquer. He demanded or mowed off the harvests of summer 54 b. wherever he could find them. The consequences for that densely populated island must have been a catastrophic winter of starvation. Only since several storms rattled and destroyed his ships, Caesar had to give up and leave Britain alone.

At the time of Caesar, the Druids were regarded as the priest-kings of both Gaul and Britain. The centre of their cult was Britain, and apparently the island of Mona (Anglesey) was their most holy place. But when the Romans later suppressed that cult, there was little resistance. The wild curses that the witches and wizards spoke against the legionaries failed to work. The Celtic pagans had many different gods, and human sacrifices were common in populated areas. The Druids would burn people alive for Taranis the god of thunder, like the Christians later did it for Jesus. But the Romans had other gods who seemed to be less mighty and demanding. In truth there was and is only one Earth Goddess in charge of this planet. The Greys often tried to associate to her haughty guys, in times when Ewa still had had no real saviour and husband. Therefore, black-eyed Caesar became so haughty that he started a cult of himself as a god of Rome. His statue was put up and carried around with those of other false gods. Caesar even had a flamen, a personal priest. After his death legends came up that he had ascended to heaven, just like they said it of Jesus. But only people can believe this who do not realize that up there hostile aliens live who try to influence us. They had a reason to force the darkling Caesar to become a feared womanizer. It's easier for them to control dark people. The more darklings a planet carries the less well a local god can control it.

Caesar also wrote that the British often dyed their skin blue and lived in group marriage (5:14):

Each ten or twelve share their wives, often brothers with brothers or fathers with sons.

This may have been a tradition of the "aboriginal" Britons. We find this shocking story confirmed by reports of the writer Strabo about ancient Ireland. Under such circumstances it could well happen that a son would lay his mother making her pregnant. That was the consequence of the too many gods of the Celts, who always seemed to demand of people too much lust and pain.

Still today some British prefer a blue rinse of the hair or blue tattoos. So isn't this nice and adds to diversity? We might even think of genetically creating people with blue hair or blue skin, or with other exotic and bizarre features. And if some guys want to look like Dobby the Elf, maybe for the sake of a job in the entertainment business, then are they not free to make this happen with the help of cosmetic operations? God seriously warns before such diversity, since this attracts the bad luck of depraved and ruined planets. People are much less in charge of their own minds than they imagine. It's typical for the Greys that they press people to do silly things, that they later must rue.

In British tales, Annis is a blood-sucking witch with blue skin. The UTR has it that Greys prefer to appear under the likeness of blue-skinned creatures. The more false gods we have, the easier it is for these cosmic vampires to manipulate and abuse our religions.

So it's really not good diversity, to have a plethora of weird and murky religions. To make an end with bad Celtic religion, God sent the Romans to Gaul and Britain. Caesar was so courageous and sex-possessed that he took religion easy. He apparently madly loved a Servilia, the mother of his stepson M. Brutus. He bought her pearl adornments for the ruinous price of six million sesterces. A legend has it that he sailed to Britain hoping to win pearls there. The pearl is one symbol of the Earth Goddess, who lives in a grail that resembles a sea shell, and who also has pale shining skin.

Caesar was renowned for his mildness, he never had enemies tortured to death. He also was a big friend of the simple people, who had been much suppressed by the priests and the knights in pre-Roman Gaul. The Romans brought innovations and civilian peace to these lands. Their conquests were good for Gaul as well as Britain in not a few aspects. But the bad aspect of this was that darker smaller types now spread, who were racially less worthy than the brighter Celts. It is noteworthy that the Eburones had become Caesar's toughest enemies in Gaul, a relatively small tribe. These attacked a Roman winter camp, killing many legionaries. Caesar wondered how such a small tribe could become so important and tough in short time. That was also due to the fact that the name of the Eburones reminds of a Germanic word for boar (Deutsch: Eber). In the time of the civil war then, the people of Massilia (today: Marseille in France) were among the toughest of Caesar's adversaries. Caesar remarked that they were praying with their hands up to the sky so that their gods might help them. But really, the bad aliens up there typically divide our people into groups and parties. Before the coming of Caesar, Gaul had been bitterly divided into two hostile parties. The same was true in the Rome of the civil wars. Diversity can destroy democracies, since instead of the common republic people hold on to their race, group or party!

5. The authentic Dragon Fight of the Bard Taliesin

A gweint vil mawr em.
Arnaw oeð ganpen.
Ac hâd erðygnawd.
Dan vôn i davawd.
Ac hâd arall yssyð
Yn y wegilyð.

I pierced a monster in it's scales.
A hundred heads it had,
one mighty multitude
under the base of its tongue,
another one lurking
in the ridges of its neck.

I speared the bejewelled beast,
Which had a hundred heads,
With seed of great trouble,
Under the root of it's tongue,
And another seed,
At the base of it's skull.

This is a short passage (30-40) from the Welsh poem ›Cad Goddeu‹. It's possibly the most known text of the famous Medieval Book of Taliesin. We see from this short example that the English translations of the text vary a lot. And even the Welsh original is in some versions much stymied. That speaks for great troubles not only with this exotic language but also with it's content. In yet another translation, by Robert von Ranke-Graves (The White Goddess), the main conflict is more pointed. That monster is not a fantasy dragon in a lair full of treasures far away, but it's fighting in our heads! The hundred heads symbolize hundreds of Greys who loosely associate to form an evil spirit. They are fighting a grievous combat at the roots of our tongues and the backs of our heads! A Biblical name for the Greys is Cherubim, which originally means fighters (Arabic: harba, war).

Poets and other artists, especially musicians are often more sensitive than other people. They eventually notice a mental force; that tries to overlay their own ego, that tends to take over their tongue, that manipulates the centres of speech inside of their brain. Women may find it easier than men to notice that a tricky alien spirit influences their own mind. That happens because in the female brain the two sides are more closely connected. That makes women more emotional and sensitive, but also less able to resist to bad intuition and to develop sense and intelligence. In most cases humans are no match for alien powers who manipulate their brains. In ages past they didn't know who these aliens are. Nobody did teach humans the truth. Super-intelligent but often evil and mad congeras influence the human minds from afar. They are not snakes, but the snake or the dragon are typical masks they use. The dog of the dog stars is another such mask, one that the Greys of the local group prefer. But they may also claim to be Santa or your mama.

This sticker was placed here in Cologne by some local hooligans. They sell beer under the likeness of this dog. Some also eventually put up most insulting and vicious cop-hater and -killer stickers! As we study the progress of these rakes, we find that some used to be present at a Reggae festival. With that Negro culture also cannabis (dope, ganja) became popular. Typical for the Greys is to try and make you consume psychiatric or other drugs and alcohol. It's easier then for them to consume you! In the event that you are in trouble better take a shower.

The message of the mythological poem ›Cad Goddeu‹ was and is wildly debated among poets and scholars. At the end of it the bard Taliesin rejoices, reminding of the famous prophecy of Virgil. That Roman poet had prophesied that the British would some other time rule the world. In the early days of Gwydion maybe, the Germanic British conquered the island later called Britain after them. The poem has it that the first Brits came to the battlefield with an army of trees and scrubs! Robert von Ranke-Graves speculated that the trees symbolized the Druidic runes of an alphabet of trees, that was also known from Irish Celtic traditions, as the year-and-day calendar. It deems to me that Gwydion was a wizard and bard of the Germanic to Teutonic Belgians, who invaded the British isles around 380 b. He correctly guessed the name of the main deity of the residents (Danaan and Fomore). Their god was Bran, but Bert or Brit is the true saviour's name. With the help of a goddess of nature, Lady Achren, then a Math became the hope of the British.

Lady Acorn, the Lady of Trees, is the true heroine of the poem ›Cad Goddeu‹. She was seen and interpreted in so many forms and under such a lot of disguises. Her armies are indeed the trees. The White Goddess conquered this earth with trees, turning it into her garden. With her sister Ga-Leta she shares the name Blodeuwedd, the blossoming Ewa.

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