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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 Seven: The Romans searched for Ways of Burden Sharing

Christians often say that even the first Europeans were migrants. So did these come from Troy? That only accords to the popular legend of the Romans. When these came to Britain to conquer and command, they definitely introduced a diversity that the British didn't want and need. Until today but one problem is that people are unable to read and evaluate the colour code of the genes.

1. Earliest Germanic history according to Bishop Anno from Cologne

Cêsar bigonde nâhin
Zû den sînin altin mâgin,
Zen Franken din edilin;
Iri beidere vorderin
Quâmin von Troie der altin,
Duo die Criechin diu burch zivaltin,

Franko gesaz mit den sîni
Vili verre nidir bî Rîni,
Dâ worhtin si duo mit vrowedin
Eini luozzele Troie,
Den bach hîzin si Sante
Nâ demi wazzere in iri lante,

Caesar began to get near
To thine old vassals,
To the Franks, the nobles;
Both their forefathers
Came from Troy the old;
Since the Greeks destroyed the burgh.

Franko sat with his lot
A long ferry down by the nether Rhine
There they worked with joy;
One little Troy.
The brook they called Sante
After the water in their land.

These are immortal verses from a Catholic bishop, really. Anno came from Bavaria to Cologne. We must call his inspiration exceptional. With the Bible as his logbook, bishop Anno retold the, apparently very short, history of humankind. Since Noah's ark had stranded at the mountain of Ararat, the forefathers of all peoples of this planet must have come, somehow, from there. Also having read the Iliad and the Odyssey, Anno combined that the Franks had descended from the Trojans just like the earliest Romans had. They must have ferried a long way down the Rhine. And indeed there still is today a town called Xanten. Hanswilhelm Haefs noted (2:p.115) that the bishop Anno explained this name with the Skamandros, a brook that Homer mentioned in the Iliad. And it's not his invention that, since the Age of the Romans, Xanten was also called Troia. That was the legendary home town of Hagen von Tronje, one of the less valorous Nibelungen.

Before the Romans came to Gaul, Germanic tribes had invaded these lands more than once. Also some Celtic tribes, the Tectosagen, had migrated into Southern Germany. Later their descendants inhabited the Hercynian forest, today the Erzgebirge, home of the less than valorous Ms. Merkel. According to Caesar (6:24) the Tectosagen, these former Celts, were more prone to the wealthy and comfortable lifestyle that the Romans had introduced into Germania. Therefore they became wont to become vanquished by the poorer Germanic, who kept up their tradition of cold baths and physical fitness. Eratosthenes and other Greeks called this region the Orcynian forest. That must be at the origin of our word Orcs. I now think of my funny LOTR spinoff ›The Great Ork‹. That was a satirical fantasy that I wrote years ago without thinking much about possible implications. But surely that was the reason why Ms. Merkel became chancellor of Deutschland just in that era. When Caesar invaded Gaul, at first the Haeduans of the East became his best allies. These were racially more like he was too, of the dark and puny Romanic or Celtic type. That is what a strange Roman title of the Haeduans reveals us. Repeatedly these were greeted by the Roman senate as "brothers of the same blood". Since the Romans thought of themselves as descendants of noble Trojan blood, a similar legend of Trojan origin must have existed among the Haeduans. So really, we may compare both Romans and darker Celts with the Turks, who still push into Europe today. In Rome rumours circulated that Caesar would move to Ilium (Troy) to turn it's ruins into a new capital of his realm of the world. Others but thought that he'd move with Cleopatra to Alexandria.

Now seriously, already in prehistoric times Germania was racially divided into two large regions. The southern part was mostly inhabited by smaller, darker Celtic to Southern types. More to the North but lived those Teutonic-Germanic tribes. From the coasts of the North Sea, large treks of Cimbrian and Teutonic refugees had migrated a long way south, where they were beaten and nearly uprooted by the Romans in the end. The UTR knows the names Kim and Sam as special problem names. Sueton named a Cimber Tullius as the one who had taken up "the first role" in the plot to kill Caesar. But it was a Brutus again who later was leading the friends of the Roman republic. That links to my own name and my convictions, that tyrants should not rule our lands. In that period of time however, a realm like that of Rome definitely needed an emperor to lead it. The Troy myths are always strangely linked with the idea that Troy might be this planet's capital.

2. Did earliest Cologne people originate from all the World?

»Köln [Cologne] The Romans erected, in the time of government of the Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD) on the plateau that was safe from high waters next to the Rhine a planned city. People from all the world found work here and often a new home. Since 50 AD the inhabitants enjoyed the rights of Roman citizens, with their town raised to the status of a colony. At the end of the first century AD, Roman Cologne ... blossomed. For more than 400 years the inhabitants enjoyed the peace at the Rhine border and the amenities of a Roman city, like thermæ and markets with goods from all the world.«

Wow! Lately archaeologists from Cologne claimed that their city isn't a former Germanic town, but was erected by Romans according to a plan, and populated with "people from all the world". People who write such things today also intend to support the lore of diversity. So does this mean that you take the truth easy, and lie people in the faces if you find that this accords with modern diversity convictions, rooted in Roman Catholic religion and ancient Roman civilisation? Surely when it comes to truthfulness, not only bishop Anno but most other Christians gave bad examples to "all the world". I found this text on a big message board, in front of an excavation site aside the oversized Cologne dome. Weird is that the anonymous author calls the Roman emperor Augustus »the Augustus« only. Local Greens, leftists, liberals, Catholics, Jews and crooks who relish the amenities of today's Cologne, emotionally resent emperors and such big men in general. These archaeologists forgot to mention that the Romans of that entire period of time attributed it to the imperial magic of Augustus when Rome once experienced an unusually long period of peace. But even that peace was broken not only in the year 9 a., when the dictator Arminius the Cheruscan annihilated the three Roman legions of the cruel general Varus. A few years later, the Romans under field marshal Germanicus were taking gruesome vengeance in Greater Germania. At a time they tried to annihilate all Germanic east of the river Rhine. They were massacring entire tribes and cleansing from inhabitants many miles of land. 2000 years later though, in the years from 2014 to 2016, most of the Deutsche media hardly found this worth mentioning, when the time had come to remind us of these Roman atrocities. In our cities today you stumble over thousands of memory stones reminding of killed Jews. These were put into the pavements only with the help of shrewd tax fraud, wrongly claiming that these are not memorial stones but art. There exists not a single local memory stele or monument though that reminds of all the bad deeds of the Romans.

After the death of Augustus, Germanicus got much in trouble due to a rebellion of the troops at the Rhine border. To win these back he started a terrible war against the free Germanic. At first that field marshal seemed to be much in luck. Germanicus strongly took an interest in the stars. But after he had dramatically failed, his luck went away in short time. He allegedly was poisoned by his host in Syria. The stars don't really appreciate guys they eventually favour and push here.

Instead the Colognialists tell us that there was a splendid peace at the Rhine border all of the time, and praise the markets! These want to give us the impression that the diversity of early Cologne was good and beneficial. It's typical for such guys that they are much impressed by fancy goods from faraway lands, like Egyptian glassware, but forget to look into the faces of the people, since they pretend to ignore their race and nationality. Just one short look back to Roman Cologne tells us another story today. Right at the other side of the above cited message board, there is the rather unimpressive Roman-Germanic museum. That concrete block was erected right above the biggest and most impressive artwork that the Romans left behind. It's a mosaic, showing at the centre a young drunkard, the god Dionysus. At his feet lies a black crater that he just emptied. He's so beat now that he can't stand, his sombre mate must help him. That at least is real artwork and not just a fake. Still today you can see such pretty young drunks in every carnival season, starting on 11/11.

3. The true Story of the Foundation of the Colony Cologne

Originally of course Celtic and Germanic tribes lived alongside the river Rhine, in times before the Romans came under Julius Caesar. Caesar apparently had more troubles with the Suebes of southern Germania than he was ready to admit. That dark Roman with the ugly low brow and the bald upper head was just visibly physically inferior to nobler Germanic. The Suebes alone eventually could raise 100.000 men at arms. These were hard and well trained but not likewise armed and drilled fighters. The Suebes were national socialists, and indeed constantly troubling neighbouring tribes, demanding of them some territory. That concerned for instance the Ubians. These were a larger tribe from the east side of the upper Rhine. Their name maybe was derived from a Germanic word for upper or beyond (Deutsch: über). So maybe they originally had come from Gaul, and had crossed the Rhine eastward in earlier times. When Caesar appeared in that region they bade him for help against the Suebes. Indeed he crossed the Rhine and marched against the Suebes several times, just to scare them off. But some years later, the Ubians had to cross the Rhine to find new lands. Around 19 b. they definitely took possession of the mid-western region of the Rhine, that today includes the city of Cologne. So that region belonged to the Ubians, also from the point of view of Roman law, since the Ubians were their allies and had permission to settle there. Well, other Germanic settlers too may have soon moved into the city, and not a few former legionaries from other provinces of the Roman empire. That colony indeed soon became a rather Roman than Germanic town. But still it was the capital of the lands of the Ubians. In the era of the emperor Augustus, the Romans had erected a big fleet harbour there. Their plan had been to turn Cologne into a holy city with a big altar. There the Germanic clans and tribes were supposed to offer to "the genius of the emperor" and to the she-wolf Roma, the city goddess of Rome. So the plan was to impress the Germanic with the splendid buildings of the Ara Germanorum, the Altar of the Germanic. But when that plan failed in 9 a., the city was apparently renamed into Ara Ubiorum, Altar of the Ubians. Tacitus (Annals 12:27) explained how this town became a Roman colony. Agrippina had done this – the mother of emperor Nero!

»Agrippina however, who also wanted to show her power to the associated peoples (allies), made it happen that in the capital of the Ubians, where she had been born, a settlement of veterans and a colony was founded under her own name. And that, while it had been a mere coincidence that her grandfather Agrippa had taken into his shelter this tribe, that had come across the Rhine...«

Also another story from Tacitus (Annals 12:27) explains that the entire region was called, at that time, the district (Gau) of the Ubians, who were treated as Roman associates (socii). Soon after the foundation of the Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensis, strata bearing brown coal in the entire region suddenly flared up. These fires entered the ring wall of the newly founded colony. Since the fires were unstoppable with water, the desperate rural people beat at them with sticks, and even threw dirty old clothes into them, with the intention to stifle them!! That sounds as if these Ubians had become half mad by Roman education. Or did they only play the fools to burn down the Roman part of the colony, now named Altar of Agrippina, after a very scandalous woman? Since this Roman dame had such a bad reputation, Cologne was later called just the "Colony". At the time of the goofy emperor Claudius, Agrippina used the vacuum of power in Rome to rise to the position of a factual empress. Her power was unique in the history of ancient Rome, and compared to what some emperors had done, that lady on the throne still behaved rather well.

4. Diversity Freaks tend to mistake and underestimate God

Archaeological finds show that Roman Cologne was erected as a strictly planned rectangular city (urbs quadrata). But did "people from all the world" really live there, or was this a Germantown for the Ubians? Surely not a few Romans had migrated to that remote part of their empire. But in the time of the Batavian uprising, rebels came and demanded of the Ubians to kill all remaining Romans in their obviously still Germanic city, the strangers who hadn't left in time. The Romans again left in a hurry in 406 a., when Rome finally gave up on securing the Rhine border. In such a violent way nations often rebuilt their national identities and cultures, after a time of diversity.

So really, it's a shame that on that message board about the city, the Germanic Ubians were not mentioned with a single word. That is the consequence of the modern spirit of diversity, making some best western people ignore their roots and disregard their national and traditional identity. In Cologne these leading groups now traditionally say that this city is "open to all the world". But at the same time they cultivate the old ancient Roman hostility against Greater Germania, all the lands east of the river Rhine. That part of the city is in the dialect called 'Schäl Sick', a humorous but also slightly derogatory expression. All this is really not a sound mentality, but it reminds too much of the thinking of the ancient Romans. Let's not forget that most of the buildings of Roman Cologne, that were meant to impress the rural Germanic, were temples of Roman gods. Instead Catholic Cologne of today has a mass of churches of Catholic saints. So does it bother anyone whether those deities exist or not? Diversity freaks often think that any odd religion is welcome since it adds to cultural diversity. But history teaches us that religion can make a big difference. When the Romans lost their belief in their old gods, most of the Germanic left their proud cities; to live quieter and more natural lives in the country. They had done so for thousands of years.

5. The Red Emperor of Cologne

Again, Cologne archaeologists claim that "people from all the world" lived and worked in Roman Cologne. They can't be serious or can they? Do they really mean that for instance Chinese coolies, or even Indios from ancient America, came to found and build that splendid holy Roman city? Surprise surprise, I found the authentic story of a redskin from Cologne! Here it is, in excerpts from the text of Sueton about the Roman emperor Vitellius:

The main vices of emperor Vitellius were gluttony and cruelty. He used to feast at four meals every day, including the nightly booze. To make room for new dishes he was used to taking in emetics. So much was he possessed by voraciousness that he could not refrain from gobbling any food that he found here and there. In a gigantic bowl they cooked for him the livers and the 'milk' of fishes, and the brains and tongues of exotic birds. Also, from drinking so much wine his head was nearly as red as copper, and his body looked like bloated …

Isn't it incredible what depraved types were ruling the Roman empire, at a time when it was nearly invincible? The secret of success of Rome was unscrupulous tyranny. That kind of mentality still sounds attractive like junk food, to most diverse rogues of all lands.

Vitellius came from the region of central Italy. He was fetched to serve in Capri as a juvenile sex slave of the emperor Tiberius. Later he made a marvellous career, and when he commanded the legions of Lower Germania in Cologne, the troops shouted him out as the next emperor. He was hardly able to do anything else but feasting away his time. Meanwhile he left the business of governing to entertainers, mainly to a former lover boy and lemonade vendor called Asiaticus. The "gov emperors" Galba, Otho and Vitellius were all toppled in the same year 69 a. Imagine that Rome still were like it was. Then such types would rule the western world, via their Internet domain Rome.gov. Imagine that Rome would still be powerful today like it was. That could have happened if Christianity had been refuted – if experts had found true versions of the Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, or the place where they had buried the remains of Jesus, including his shingle, saying that he was the true king of Israel (ho, ho, ho). God however allowed all these comedies of religion to protect people, who were not ready to face the cruel power of the Greys.

Now seriously: When the archaeologists of Cologne wrote that "people from all the world" lived and worked in Cologne, then they surely only meant "the Roman world". Rome's circle of power even included the lands of the Parthian king Artabanus, a name that means in translation Dragon Slayer. Of this one we read that Lucius, the slick-tongued father of Vitellius, managed to talk him into making friends with the Romans. Lucius also had been the first who adored Caligula like an oriental god, turning clockwise and throwing himself to the ground. Even the Chinese would have appreciated the introduction of that kotow at their courts. The same Lucius Vitellius also saluted Claudius at the Roman games of 100 years by wishing that this "god" might celebrate them often. His son then was the guy who called up Nero to just do it, to step on stage and perform as a harp hero, despite of his unimpressive voice. In the writings of Sueton we often find the term "all the world", and that usually meant the known Roman world only. Indeed in that age Rome seemed in some way be the cultural centre of all the world. Keeping in mind the evil nature of the Greys, it's no wonder that these spent much effort to shove guys of the worst sort onto this imperial throne.

Sueton (16) has it that Vitellius, while in trouble due to a rebellion, vowed to take up the name of Concordia, the goddess of unity. His legions at the lower Rhine had started a rebellion against emperor Galba. That old general had tried to restore order in Rome, after the era of the maniac and ruinously spendthrift emperor Nero. Rome however had become a state much dominated by the military, by troops from "all the world". The predominantly foreign soldiers cared little for Roman republican traditions. They wanted emperors who emptied their private coffers for them. Many troopers were homosexuals, which was accepted thence. Galba was gay too, but lately he had become too old and too harsh. The man who overthrew and put him down was Otho. He and Vitellius had always donated money that they didn't have to win sympathies. Tacitus has is that Otho even threw hand-kisses at his troopers, to win their support for his political campaign. Such male gay sympathies still play a major role today in politics, but mainly for guys who are not ashamed to play the women at night in their beds too. Thus emperor Otho had become "the slut of Rome", just like Julius Caesar had been before. The wise historian Tacitus only dared to mention that Otho appeared visibly effeminate in public. When Otho then was leading his troops against those of Vitellius, it seemed to play a major role that the legions from Italy could not take a stand against those tougher ones stationed in Germania. Vitellius, their supreme commander, had been so smarmy to even greet simple legionaries with hugs and kisses, wrote Sueton (7).

Now, what about the real women? In times when effeminate gays become so powerful in office, women often find themselves pushed away into the second row. But even the very bisexual Nero had much loved some women. Prominent among these had been Poppæa Sabina. Nero had forced her husband to surrender her, but later given her to Otho. When Otho dared to refuse to give her back, Nero had sent away his crony into the faraway province of Lusitania. Tacitus tells us some more about the secret, that made just the Roman playgirl Poppæa Sabina so special and attractive:

Mentally Otho was not of such an unmanlike nature like regarding his body. His slaves, set free or not, friends and others, whom he held under a too soft discipline, urged and challenged him to dare a rebellion and allow himself the desire to become a new Nero. »Also astrologers worked on him. On the basis of their studies of celestial objects, they had prophesied him a glamorous year for sure. It's a sort of people that is unreliable in their connections with the powerful, while they think out lies and fooleries in relations to the gullible. In our state they will again and again expel these, to yet allow them to stay. Diverse astrologers, the worst accessories in the marriage of any emperor, had been present in the private cabinet of Poppæa.« One of these, Ptolemæus, had been with Otho in Hispania. Poppæa's court astrologer had correctly prophesied that young Otho would survive Nero. Now he was also telling Otho that he would become the emperor after removing Galba. »Ceaselessly he subsequently instigated Otho to the crime.«

It helped Otho that Galba had suffered many bad omens. On the day when he had adopted a heir apparent, a sudden strong gale had terrified the superstitious Romans. That helped Otho to win the throne, to loose it only three months later to Vitellius. The red man then gave orders to expel all astrologers from Italy, or kill them under any pretext. That seemed to have enraged the sky. So what do they want up there? The Greys play the game of thrones the fast & furious way.

6. Beating the Red Beetroot

Pang på rödbetan – beat the red beetroot. That is funny Swedish slang. It means to get straight to the point of an affair, to act directly. However, the true meaning of that term is even more direct. It means to beat the redhead. In Deutsch too the turnip is a colloquial expression for the head. The red turnip of course means people with reddish hair. Prejudices have it that such redheads are of a difficult or even naughty nature. One best example for such thinking is the redhead Loki, a deity from ancient Nordic mythology. Loki was seen as sly but also mean, and even devilish in the end. Typical for Loki are sagas in which he appears as cunning, and eventually as sexually perverted. Another old Nordic god with reddish hair was Thor. They called him the red beard. Of Thor we read in the Edda that he would slay the Worm of Midgard in the end, a super-snake living in the outer ocean. That deed would then bring up the immediate end of the world. Indeed the Midgard Worm here symbolizes the Earth Goddess. If Ewa Sofia Hel would die, all her creation would die with her. In some way people with red hair, and other Reds, seem to be difficult to handle for her. But are blond people the better alternative? As they sense the troublesome nature of the Reds, the blonds may indeed judge that the best strategy to handle this problem is to "beat the red beetroot".

Imagine the Swedes had conquered Britain in the Age of Antiquity. Tacitus already mentioned some as the Sveones, in his book about ›Germania‹. Would these have made Britain become a better and wiser nation lateron? Indeed not a few Nordic seafarers invaded and conquered the British isles, most famous among them was Canute (Knut) the Great. But definitely many British of today tend to think that the Roman invasion was much better for the development of Britain. The Romans did build towns and cities, castles and roads too; and also the thermæ, their warm and hot water baths. The Romans introduced fine mosaic artwork and classical statues, and the writings of the great philosophers and poets of the Age of Antiquity, starting with Homer. But the Iliad of Homer is really such a crude and religiously misleading heathen poem, that the teachers of that era surely would have been well advised to keep it away from minors and gullible people. And what did the British have to think if they heard tales of those depraved Roman emperors and courtiers? It was surely regarded as a special shame for Britain, that the disturbed emperor Claudius became the one who conquered their island. Claudius had lost his wife Messalina to another man who secretly married her in bigamy. Tacitus explained this as a perversion (11:26):

But it tickled her to be called the wife of Silius, since that was the greatest shame; while people who already have thrown themselves away use to reap highest lust by this way.

The Romans were at that times the slavers of "all the world". But they too were slaves of lust, a demonic lust that was driving them into the trap of ever more extreme and dangerous perversions. The same Silius had already taken steps to become the next emperor. But another pressure group informed Claudius of the scandal. The halfwit on the throne was shocked, but still seemed willing to forgive Messalina. At night he started drinking at usual, and meanwhile they had put her down. It was Agrippina from Cologne who profited most from this scandal, since now that powerful and domineering woman became the next wife of Claudius. Agrippina married off her son Domitius Nero with Octavia, the daughter of Claudius. Octavia originally had been promised to L. Silanus, a hero of the conquest of Britain. Now Vitellius (or maybe his father L. Vitellius), acted like the mendacious immoral slave he was, according to Tacitus. He raised accusations against Silanus. When Claudius listened to them, Silanus fell from his grace, and later committed suicide. Many were convinced that Agrippina later murdered the emperor, by serving him poisoned mushrooms.

Of Agrippina Tacitus also mentioned her »limitless greed for money« (Annals 12:7). And Sueton (17, 24) wrote that Claudius only gave orders to wage war against Britain because he wanted to celebrate a triumph in Rome and wear the badges and signs of such a victory with full right. In Rome a petition circulated. Soldiers from "all legions" bade the emperor to grant the ensigns of a triumphant victory to all their supreme commanders in the provinces, regardless of their real achievements. Thus these vain Romans would not feel obliged to start a war under any pretext.

Rome was a fascist rogue state when the Romans conquered Britain. Just at that time the leading figures in Rome were especially mean, greedy and depraved. It's no wonder that Roman Catholics liked to forget that they descended from Roman heathen fascists.

7. Natural Colours matter, but special Names matter even more

There is a diversity problem with Reds: These tend to play the game of life the unfair way. That is how the UTR explains things like the notion that people with red hair easily become bad guys. This is indeed a tendency that is the consequence of the diversity rules of the so-called Berk-OS. That bad and outdated operation system for living planets links simple characteristic features of people to specific colour markers. That means: It's due to Berk-OS when people with blond hair will feel and act much differently from guys with red hair. Congeras created this operation system many billions of years ago, to make living planets become more diverse. But often, with the help of these too simple and tricky rules, the Greys and other devilish aliens manage to despoil living planets. Berk-OS makes Reds become rebellious and unfair, and that spell easily includes people with other hair colours. Reds part society into two feuding camps, with detrimental consequences for the entire system. And of course the way out from this dilemma is not to "beat the Redhead".

Especially Tacitus wrote at length about the invasion of the Romans into Britain. The resisting British soon grouped around their renowned warlord Caratacus. He had been forced to retreat to the wild parts of Wales, where Silures and Ordovicians welcomed him. Tacitus wrote (12:33):

Caratacus drew all to him who feared the "peace of the Romans". In remote Wales he dared the last confrontation. The chieftains of the tribes would walk through their lines, admonishing and encouraging their men. Caratacus reminded them of their ancestors, who had driven away the dictator Caesar: »Today's battle will be the beginning of our freedom won back, or of forever slavery. Due to the bravery of our ancestors, we have remained free yet of lictors and tributes; while our women and children weren't raped.«

While Tacitus conjured the "peace of the Romans", he also described the tactics of the Romans to make peace. They would lead a total war against the Britons, they would ravage and plunder, rob hostages and slaves, rape and torture. Therefore their opponents would often think that any peace under Roman conditions was better than such a total war. The ensuing era of Roman fascism and cruel hedonism, of Southern imperialism and colonialism, could ruin a land that had lived rather well before that time, and just would have needed more time to build up a better own civilisation.

Caratacus had to surrender in the end. But especially the Silures carried on to fight the Romans, until their field marshal P. Ostorius gave orders to deport or uproot them all. And if not queen Cartimandus of the Brigantes had been so attractive and treacherous, the Silures, who often were victorious, would have won back much of Britain in the end.

In all these stories there's something strange again, did you notice it? Both the names of Silius and of Silanus, opponents of the emperor Claudius, sounded similar to the name of the Silures, who were leading the resistance against Claudius in Britain. It's another name that is important due to the UTR. Ga-Sila was the name of a Grey of the local group who had enslaved this earth during the long era of the dinosaurs. Since Ga-Sila is still famous in outer space, the Greys from far away often tend to push people with Sil names here. Just at the era of the Roman conquest of Britain, the Earth Goddess used this spell to bundle the resistance against emperor Claudius. It was her plan then to let Britain become a Roman province despite detrimental consequences. Such plans are a bitter must, since this earth must mirror risky developments on planet Lar. It was also due to Lar, that just at that time a Silas became the most important helper of St. Paul.

From a Roman point of view, the lands north of the Alps were much too cold and wet. But there were more amenities that these provinces had to offer than thermæ and markets for luxury goods. The legionaries there could pillage and pummel the civilians, they could rape and enslave their women and children, they could disown and deport them and drive them away, or kill them most cruelly. Killing them cruelly indeed was the most popular sport of the Romans. It was the Flavian emperor Vespasian who had been building the colossal arena of Rome, that thirsted for scenes of fights and torture and perverted sex most every day. Such blood sport was the paramount part of the culture that Rome was determined to export to all the lands around. The Flavian emperors had had the luck that their family name sounded like the Latin word flavus, blond. That accords to the colour rules of Berk-OS again, who make blonds especially attractive, even if those lack quality.

Natural colours matter. They become the more important the more cosmic rules of development and diversity, called Berk-OS, apply to a planet. In such a case, diversity structures will manifest who link development and destiny of people to the colours of their eyes, their hair and their skin. Berk-OS also proscribes colour rules for the regions where people live. As a consequence, the people of one planet are split in very diverse groups and subgroups, and even families are split into people with much different stampings. All these types don't easily mix, and if they do, then eventually the lesser and worse darklings reproduce like insects, despoiling the overall quality. Such conditions of extreme diversity and general lack of quality are favourable for the demonic Greys, who enslave and despoil entire planets. High levels of diversity make it impossible for a planetary goddess to well develop her planet. Such a local goddess lives alone in the planet she created. She would need to concentrate on developing her best creatures to a higher level. But while she has to keep watch of so many lesser, degenerate and off-centre types, she can't do enough for her chosen ones. The Greys each tend to concentrate on one people or group, and while they cause so many minor crises they also threat to cause an attack with celestial bodies. The Berk-OS seems to help with the development of the chosen peoples, marking only a few of them with natural colours of the hair and the eyes. But that system is tricky, and in those typical cases where the planetary goddess is too weak, people with the good natural colours become weak too. Then the blond will try in vain to win more power by way of "beating the red beetroot".

8. Death and Survival in Roman Britain

In his short tragic text ›Agricola‹, Tacitus wrote more about the way on how the Romans became the lords of Britain. Agricola was the father-in-law of that famous Roman historian. He had been leading the troops in Britain from one victory to the next. He would have conquered all of Britain and Ireland too for the Romans. But he fell from grace in Rome, due to the envy of the Flavian emperor Domitian. While Tacitus of course took the side of the Romans, he didn't refrain from telling the truth about the evil ways on which the Romans quelled resistance in Britain. When Welsh tribes kept on with their insurgency, Agricola nearly uprooted the tribe of the Ordovicians, still famous today due to the age of Earth History that was named after them. He also waged war against the Brigantes, who had cooperated with the Romans before. Agricola also marched to the far North against the Caledonians, and prepared to drive them into the seas. Only there he was not fully successful. Later the Romans had to fortify a border, that separated Caledonia from Britain.

Greed and ill behaviour was what made the British insurgents rebel against the Romans. Even some slaves of the Romans would use tricks to harass and exploit the British. They would for instance steal from British tribes their winter supplies. The British had to surrender their supplies to the Romans, who demanded of them to carry these to faraway garners. These supplies were supposed to feed them in times of need. But when they later were in need of grain, they found that the garners were locked, with slaves and former slaves asking them to buy back their grain. By such ways some of the "slave pack" of Rome had become millionaires. These were hated by Tacitus and the decent Romans too, who tried to be honest and relatively nice to other peoples while refraining from exploiting the provinces. Agrippa stopped this, using more refined tactics:

The British lived mostly scattered and rough, and were thus easily prone towards war. For to accustom them to keep quiet and idle by way of amenities, Agrippa personally encouraged them to build temples, forums and houses, he praised or chided them. He also made the sons of the Britons learn the Roman language and the liberal arts. By and by the Brits were led from seduction to vice, to portals, baths and splendid dinners. This is what the unwise then called civilisation, while it truly was a part of their slavery.

So much about the amenities of the Roman lifestyle, more precisely, the thermæ and the markets. Tacitus also tells us that this was the Roman way to make the British become weak and depraved: In this stunningly honest text, Tacitus mentioned temples first, and with a reason. Formerly the British were wont to live easy lives, but now they would spend their lifetimes to build temples for the many too many heathen gods of Rome. They lost them all again when they found that these gods didn't exist. Instead they later had to build all those even more massive and high cathedrals and churches for saints who also didn't exist. So what would have happened if they had remained within their most ancient belief, that into the Goddess of Earth, also called the Lady of the Trees?

The short text Tacitus wrote to fame Agrippa also tells us more about the diversity of Britain at the time when the Romans invaded. While the Britons were much more in number, and many were always ready to wage war, they lacked inner unity. Hardly ever enough tribes would meet to really start a nationwide insurgence. The problem was still the same that Caesar had already pointed out: The British were culturally and racially divided into several large groups. The tough Silures and and other south-western tribes were apparently of the Iberian type. So these must have been descendants of former migrants from Spain, called the Tuatha te Danaan in Ireland. Those liked blue tattoos and lived in group marriages. But Tacitus famed another, Nordic group:

The hair of the inhabitants of Caledonia is reddish to blond, and their large limbs speak for them being of Germanic descent.

The Caledonians were culturally and racially different. Of their ancient religions we know little, but we may compare it with the religion of other Germanic tribes from the North Sea coasts. In Friesland and more to the East, the people apparently always revered Ran as a goddess of the sea. Those few British Caledonians must have lived rough and poor lives. When the Romans came in they didn't find there anything of worth to rob and burn down, so they didn't conquer these lands. Agrippa then especially made many Brits of Celtic origin suddenly flee to the North. While these mixed with the Caledonians, the tribes of the Picts emerged, with a more bizarre Celtic culture.

If the Romans hadn't conquered and enslaved Britain, then Britain could have become a more noble nation today. But the problem was that Britain was already much divided in the times of the Romans. The Earth Goddess but was forced by Berk-OS to concentrate her efforts on only some well developed guys, who had had the correct colours and were living in the correct regions. The correct religion but can't help people without the correct colours. That is the reason why the Celtic-Iberian tribes were so miserably subdued and nearly uprooted by the Romans in the end, while the Nordic Caledonians remained free.

The Flavian emperor Domitian has been much criticised due to his tyranny and cruelty. He for instance ordered the Roman judges to establish again the abominable ancient Roman ways to punish criminals, by whipping to death men and burying alive women. Some jokes or perfectly harmless events could suffice to fall from his grace and become executed. Executed was for instance the governor of Britain, Sallustius Lucullus, just because he seemed to have become a little too haughty. But then again, just this emperor held the goddess Minerva (Celtic: Brigid) in special high esteem. Domitian saw himself as a god; but while he had fun with mistresses and whores, the Greys moved ever closer to him, and they distorted his image of the real goddess.

9. Of Roman Civilisation, Misery and Burden Sharing

In modern times, the ruins and rests of all the Roman glamour are liked and diligently preserved. Also many modern buildings were designed in the classical way of the Græco-Roman culture. So isn't this one achievement that the Romans introduced to Britain, where before they were building huts only; made of wood, wattle and mud? Such earthen huts however were much better adapted to the climate of Britain, these would be cooler in summer and warmer in winter. In the future era of the Earth Goddess, the few new buildings will be constructed in futuristic designs and styles, people will fly around with them. Then nobody will want to live in today's classical buildings.

A popular modern saga about ancient Rome is ›Asterix‹. Diversity plays a big role in the Britain episode. An Indian introduces tea to the British! That import is much famed, but in truth the Brits who were drinking milk developed much better. In that film we also see a cellar full of wine vats. That was indeed the most liked import ware of the Romans. The Gaulish Celts paid high sums for wine. In a popular British film about ancient Rome called ›The Life of Brian‹, Jewish rebels reluctantly fame the Roman roads. In real life though these roads served to transport the legions fast to Judea, when Vespasian had decided to kill or disperse the Jews and destroy their state. The Jews just failed to accept that emperors like Caligula and Nero wanted to become their new Roman gods. All the time they had held on to the true Messiah of the future! But then Jesus had spoilt that spell of luck of the Jews, and they had been massacred by the thousands in all of the Roman empire. The problem that God has with the Jews is that they are of an oriental race and of lower quality only. They also burden God with the worse luck that such people naturally have.

One popular British book about ancient Rome is ›The last Days of Pompeii‹ by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. I just remember I red it many years ago, but I didn't really like the spectacular scenes of disaster. The Vesuvius is not the only volcano of Italy. And isn't it a pity that apparently nobody warned the inhabitants of Pompeii, when that volcano suddenly spat out a pyroclastic stream, a very fast moving stream of lava, ashes and gas? Such catastrophes are diligently arranged by the Greys, and God often can't dare to interfere. God just had and has too little influence in Italy.

There were just many too many people in Italy, and these were reproducing fast. To worsen the situation, the old stupids in togas had issued legislation that was supposed to make Romans have more children. It was even regarded as a duty of Roman citizens to marry, and there were social benefits for those who had three or four children. Typical for the mentality of the Italians was that eventually some guys received the legal status of guys with many children, without having many children. One consequence however was that bread, and other food, regularly was getting scarce. Even in good years Rome more and more heavily relied on corn shipments from North Africa. In bad years however famine became a massive problem. At one time a hungry crowd threw bread crumbs at the goofy emperor Claudius to make him act. Emperor Domitian then issued an edict to make the land owners plant more corn instead of vines. He soon had to take this legislation back due to biting criticism, since wine was the holy beverage of the wine god Bacchus. And likewise thought the Christians, since Jesus had recommended bread and wine as a sacred meal. But still the Romans were so proud when some young British started to adapt Roman civilisation and even wore the toga. That simple traditional attire was okay in warm Italy, but Britain was much cooler.

Rome was just so incredibly crowded and overpopulated. A big fire had devastated it in the time of Nero; and despite harsh measures to prevent fires, again a devastating fire broke out under Titus. Rome often had to help Minor Asia, since there so many bad earthquakes occurred. Then there were the epidemics. Once the Germanic troopers of the guard of the Praetorians travelled to Egypt, and came back gravely sick. One consequence of the traffic in the Roman empire was the fast spreading of diseases and epidemics. In the year when the emperor Domitian had been put down, more lightning storms than ever before rattled the palaces and temples of the Capitol in Rome. That must have encouraged his assassins in superstitious Rome. Can it be that the gods wanted to see Domitian dead, despite of the big new Jupiter temple that he had built right there? The more energy you devote to the murky powers of the sky, the more they win powers up there to do the evil things they like here. Astrologers had foretold Domitian his assassination.

So many bad storms and big fires, famines, epidemics, civic unrests and judicial crimes would always hit Rome! The expansion of the Romans into the North also meant that these Southerners shared their bad destiny with the Children of Light, who are naturally, visibly more in the favour of Lady Luck; despite of all the religious efforts of the Romans. It met the badness of the sky that the Roman empire ended with a badly ruined Rome.

But what about the Roman peace? According to Julius Caesar the British had been constantly at war with each others, before he came to look, subdue and loot. Now this is what Diodor of Sicily (5:21) wrote about Britain before the Roman invasion. The historian criticised the housings of the British as bad, since these were built from wood and straw. Nevertheless he famed them like this:

»Their mentality is honest. They are at a far distance from the slyness and wickedness of modern humans. They have simple food. They don't at all know the lush life that is a consequence of being rich. The island is densely populated and lies under a very rough sky... Kings and thanes plenty are there. They mostly live in peace with each others.«

Many British apparently lived better and more free lives before the Romans came. What we must add to the remarks of Diodor is, that at times the British used to have a monarch for all of Britain. That was one important element of the stability of society, since it would help against the quarrels of feuding clans, nobles, classes and cultures. We read in the ›Agricola‹ that the Silures reminded the British of their royal traditions. According to the rules of the Berk-OS, the power to lead and govern would naturally come to those tribes at the very centre of a region with a distinct culture. That meant that the seat of the king of Britain was supposed to be in the midland, maybe among the Brigantes. So this must have been the reason why queen Cartimandus became so influential.

The historian Strabo wrote that the British were darker than the blond Gaulish but bigger, before the era of the Roman occupation. At least some of them also seemed to be rather misshapen, they were less well developed than the Gaulish. We may attribute this to a rather unhealthy diet and a lazy lifestyle. According to this Egyptian they were building their homes in the midst of forests. That would indeed shelter them from the typical strong winds. While they consumed milk plenty, some were so uncivilised that they did not know how to make cheese. However, from the point of view of the health lore of the UTR, cheese is indeed less recommendable since it mainly consists of fat, and has degenerated and less valuable proteins only. We must assume that the Druids, who were the philosophers and teachers of the British as well as the Gaulish, sensed that there was a problem with cheese. The same Druids also taught that it's better to eat eggs only but not chicken.

The UTR teaches that the British had and have a special burden to master, since closer fractal links exist between them and the important cultures of planet Lar. A consequence of this burden may be that eventually British grow up less well, and tend to take up a less than sane lifestyle. Today some for instance easily throw any food into the deep fat fryer, since they like fatty food.

10. The Romans often brought the End of cultural Diversity

Before the Romans came, the entire region of Western Europe had been much more diverse. With the Romans often came the end of that diversity. Peoples from formerly different cultures would now adapt to the Roman lifestyle. Some were even forced into slavery by the Roman occupants.

Before the Romans came to Spain, the Iberians had been divided into many different peoples and tribes. It took the Romans many years and hard battles to conquer all these regions. In the times of emperor Augustus, most of the Iberians gave up on their former cultures. While some completely adapted to the lifestyle of the Romans, these Iberians were called Togati, those who wear the Roman toga. Especially the former Turdetanians even forgot their own language, and they very nearly became Romans. We may think that leftists and liberals welcomed this process while others, typically more right-winged and noble or freedom-loving groups, did not agree. In tendency the darker and more Southern types surely found it easier to transform into Romans. By the same way, during the time of the Roman occupation, Germanic tribes west of the Lower Rhine gradually lost their identity. They called themselves Ripuarii now, tribes of the riverbanks (from Latin ripa). But the spell of the Berk-OS always divides the people of the main regions and parts of any continent culturally and also racially. With the end of the Roman empire, the six to seven major regions of Europe began to develop differently again, since the inhabitants swiftly started to build separate nations. The tendency that Berk-OS transports is to separate nations each into three parts. That makes it easier then for different groups of aliens to link to and clutch on individual local subgroups. The good Earth Goddess always must try to racially upgrade and develop the people. Therefore Ewa would make especially the Gothic wander into other lands. That is why the island Gotland and Southern Sweden became "a cradle of European peoples". Roman imperialism had much favoured the dark Southern types, but the great wandering of the Germanic and Gothic peoples was made possible by the miserable quality of Christian religion. With luck and a clever plan God had destroyed the religion of Rome, and that made Rome fall.

Strabo (Squinter) often reports that the tribes of Western Europe had benefited from the peace of the Romans. There is definitely some truth in this. Before Julius Caesar had come the Gaulish had been divided into many tribes. Wars and feuds were the things brave young people occupied with, and the arrogant nobles looked down upon the lower classes who had to do the lowly work. When the Helvetians had become too numerous, a great trek of maybe 150.000 of them just packed their things, and began to visit their neighbours and occupy their lands. Caesar then massacred these migrants by a margin of 90 %. Only due to ruthless genocides the Romans brought peace to Gaul. Also some Germanic tribes, for instance the Sugambrer, were reduced in headcount to nearly nil.

Before the time when Rome had become big and bad, occasionally large tribes of Gaulish and Germanic had wandered southwards. These migrations were apparently welcomed by the gods and guided by good signs. Indeed by this way the Great Goddess had tried to spread her better Northern Europeans to other lands. By this way the Galatians migrated into Minor Asia, and by the same way the jolly British and other bright Europeans colonized many regions of this earth. But that tactics has it's big problems. Far from Europe, Berk-OS darkens formerly white settlers.

Before the Romans came to conquer Gaul, the Gaulish had also kept up a nationwide structure of government. There had been kings and influential nobles for all of Gaul, provided by the central region and tribe of the Arvernes. Near to the middle of the region of the Gaulish, the Druids had had their spiritual meeting point, in the forest of the Carnutes. These structures of national unity and common lawful government should have much reduced the number and the extent of internal feuds of the Gaulish. But when the Romans waged war against the Gaulish, to avenge the raid of the Senones against Rome, they firstly toppled the rule of the Arvernes. The last hero of this great tribe had been Vercingetorix, the famous leader of the Gaulish resistance against Caesar. He came under siege in the town of Alesia, where he had to surrender. The same town is today called Alise Sainte-Reine. That French name sounds like "Alice Holy Queen". The UTR has it that names like Lisa refer to the two leading star clusters of devilish aliens of the Cräybs, our worst enemies. The religion of the Druids was much a religion of star gazers and soothsayers. This brought the terror of outer space down on Gaul as badly as Britain. A wiser and more down-to-earth lore of science and wisdom could have helped the Gaulish and other Celts to live better and more peaceful lives. But since God was not able to provide such a needed, elevated culture in ancient times, the strong influence of hostile stars weakened the Gaulish and strengthened and multiplied the darklings. It was then the better alternative to let Rome become mighty, lest the Greeks would have influenced Gaul some more. Rome at least stopped the, especially dangerous, invasion of the North Africans.

Our history is full of tales of bloodshed and insanity, and since the onset these were anchored in bad and worse religion. While priests tell funny stories about gods who are laughably wrong, all the other pundits will also think on crooked ways, and be likewise dishonest. The way out of this dilemma is a good and truthful religion. Only the Universal Truth Religion can honestly make an end to the rules of Berk-OS, that will otherwise always divide our societies in incompatible parts.

11. Also Christian Britain had a Troy Myth

The Son of Man prays:
"Goddess and Forest Queen, banshee of boars, Thou who the Olymp and Middle-Earth, Walkest at will, vouchsafe thy word!
Tell me what lands at thy will we shall take?
What sure abode? Lo, there to Thee I vow
Temples for ever and maidens who chant."

"Goddess and forest Queen, the wild boar's terror, Thou who the maze of heaven or nether mansions, Walkest at will, vouchsafe thy rede to earthward!
Tell me what lands thy will it is we dwell in?What sure abode? Lo, there to Thee for ever Temples I vow, and chant of holy maidens!"

The Goddess replies:
"Bert, to the West, right under the sunset,
There lies an island, girt by the ocean and
Guarded by it. Where hobgoblins haunted
Nobody lives now. Meet this for thy people.
There by thy will shall New Troy be erected,
That sends out sovereigns, to all the world."

"Brute,—past the realms of Gaul, beneath the sunset, Lieth an Island, girt about by ocean,
Guarded by ocean—erst the haunt of giants,
Desert of late, and meet for this thy people.
Seek it! For there is thine abode for ever.
There by thy sons again shall Troy be builded
There of thy blood shall Kings be born, hereafter
Sovran in every land the wide world over."

Now what is this? To Mr. Suntan these verses may probably remain mysterious for all his life. He might prefer in his haunt to read and recite the Bhagavad-Gita, the main document of his culture, if he should take an interest in anything more than counting his coins. But for truly British those verses should sound at least vaguely familiar. It's my modernized version of a poem that Geoffrey of Monmouth related in his fantastic ›Histories of the kings of Britain‹. We find at the beginning another one of those weird Troy tales. Geoffrey developed his tale as a spinoff from the common Roman legend told by Vergil, that the Romans descended from Aeneas, one of the lords of Troy. Brute, the son of Silvius the king of Alba near Rome, later "duke of them that are left of Troy" allegedly became the holder of the stronghold of Sparatinum. He had held it better to live a life after the manner of wild beasts, to nourish from flesh and herbs, with liberty, than to be cockered with dainties of every kind and remain any longer under the yoke of bondage unto the Greek king Pandrasus. Among the wise Brute was as brutish as he was wise among warriors, and whatsoever gold or silver or glass bangles he won, he gave it all away in largess to his comrades in battle. His fame was thus spread abroad among all nations, and the Trojans flocked unto him from all parts, beseeching him that he should be their king and deliver them from the slavery of the Greeks. That might easily be done, declared he, seeing that the descendants of Troy had already so multiplied! After successfully battling down the Greeks, Brute set sails to find a new home. On the deserted island of Leogecia they found by chance an old altar, with a hallowed statue of the goddess of the forests. There Brute offered to Jove the father, to the messenger Mercury and to the goddess the Romans called Diana. In a lucid dream then he heard her telling him to sail to and inhabit Britain. That is what Brute the first Briton indeed did, after terribly waging war and marauding in Gaul. In his new land, called Perfidious Albion, he chased away the few giants that still lived there. Then Brute founded his new capital called New Troy or later Trinovantum, that is today called London.

This wild fantasy was presented by the medieval historian Geoffrey, to explain the origin of the British. Well comparable is that story to the above mentioned song of bishop Anno (7.1). In the Middle Ages, Christians commonly believed that they all descended from the sons of Noah, who had sailed to the mountain of Ararat around the year 2000 b. That should explain why they then invented fantastic Troy legends, to explain the expansion of all peoples from ancient Armenia. But also it still played a role that the Romans had thought of themselves as the descendants of refugees from Troy. In a way such Christian fantasy writers mistook all Europeans for Trojans. In reality though, neither the British nor the Germanic of the lower Rhine came from Troy. But it was the great emperor Trajan who had founded a colony there, named Ulpia Traiana after him. The name Traiana later turned into Troja (Deutsch for Troy). The romanized people there had become Christians. That had made them so stupid that they believed in this local Troy legend. Today's name of the town is Xanten, derived from the saints (Sancti) who were buried there.

Strictly judged, also the story of the British Trojans related by Geoffrey is just a vain fantasy. But then again, just this story is highly valuable and important from the point of view of religion. The above key scene of that story explains how Brute offers to the goddess of the forests in search of her divine guidance. She here is called with her Roman name Diana. The scene has it that Brute offers on the hide of a hind. In his chalice there are wine and the blood of this white hind. Such a white doe is a typical sacred animal of the great Goddess in medieval tales. Since Sofia Ewa truly is a super-fish, hovering in a grail filled with divine blood; the chalice filled with blood here is a mysterious but fitting analogy. For the same reason Christian priests perform comparable rituals. Of course the Goddess can not only appear in true stories, but even more easily in pious fantasies. Here she is mentioned at the side of God the Father, that is me, while the messenger god Mercury symbolizes the Holy Spirit of the entire humankind. These are the three only deities of this planet. Just like the classical British name Jove, also the Jewish name Yahweh for God sounds similar to the name Jewa. In the absence of the father god, the Earth Goddess also had to play her husband. We may imagine that young and well-read Geoffrey had a great love for Mother Nature. He had a truthful spirit, and like other Medieval fiction writers dared a lot to testify of his secret true belief.

At the end of the few verses of the goddess we find a prophecy that may sound shocking today. Can it be true that the descendants of Bert or Brute will send out sovereigns to all the world? It is the opposite of what modern talking seems to demand. The pc rules have it that every Negro tribe in the jungle has a right to become a sovereign nation, and that African chiefs must be of the dark African races. But here the Goddess just is better informed. She already knows that the age of the Negroes is about to end soon. Just like the Neanderthals, God intends to let recent primitive and off-species humans die out in peace. That will empty Africa for better Whites of a new species. For a number of good reasons, we must manage this great final step in evolution.

This developing planet relies heavily on short-time help from free planets in outer space. The angels there prevent humans from learning too much. But they also cause beneficial structures here. In ancient Europe many local kings and rulers, including some emperors, used to find support in groups of evolved nobles. In Gaul these were called Ambractes, due to their amber-coloured hair. But so far even our finest Ambractes are not evolved enough. Only guys who master the wisdom of god can well support their King of Kings.

It isn't sure that the Ambractes had their name from their golden hair. But likewise the word cops or coppers of today can be linked to the bright colour of the hair. The idea behind this is, that the people with fair hair are naturally more honest and able enough for the tough job of securing law and order. It's not racism but a sad fact that ordinary Negroes are by nature especially lawless. And of course it's also due to the darker race, that Italy is strongly Catholic as well as mafiose.

12. So aren't we all Trojans? No way!

The above cited Troy legends are not the only ones from medieval Europe. Entire dynasties also used to fantasize that their ancestors came from Troy. Then there were the Troy weights, weight units that were a little heavier than other units. The official explanation is, that these weight units came from the French city of Troyes, famous in the Middle Ages as a trade node. But why then did they name these units after Troy, after a forlorn city, conquered and destroyed by the Greeks? The original Trojans were losers from Minor Asia, and to win or to lose played a mighty role in Christian Europe, where most people used to constantly wage wars and feuds against each others, and were so insane, cruel and tyrannical. Meanwhile the term Trojans denotes a computer virus.

Sooner than you may realize it, misleading fantasies of your ancestors may seep into your mind from the bad sky above. In an era when Deutsche and Germanic are so much the losers of history and discredited, not a few people tend to think or fantasize that they are the descendants of dark Southerners, and especially of Jews. But in truth the Forces of Evil work such fantasies. Since wishes and imagination can alter all reality, if people fantasize that they descended from Trojans, they indeed will look some more like Turks.

This is why the fantasy of Geoffrey of Monmouth, that the truly British descended from refugees from Troy, isn't so funny. The story cleverly links the Trinovantes, a British tribe that indeed once lived in the region of today's London, to Troy. Also that can't be a coincidence, it is a part of the big mystery of all the Troy myths. Geoffrey has it that one British hero killed a giant, the last one of a race that had owned Albion before the invasion of Brute. According to this tale the invaders were so puny that all the other people seemed to be giants in comparison. The British killed these giants allegedly without mercy. The giant Goemagot, with a size of above 6 meters, reminded of the Americas and the dinosaurs. Gog-Magog is a cosmic name for the continents three and four, our Americas. A Cornish hero called Corineus shouldered him and threw him down from a cliff. Corineus must have been a boar eater like Brutus, and not one who only fed from bread and wine. In reality though, the guys of king size were often the better developed people of Europe. Just like Brute these lived healthier lives, feeding from venison, seafood, vegetables and fruits gathered. In comparison, just the immigrants from Minor Asia were badly nurtured! They had come to Europe as unwanted colonists and gypsies. It was the time of the Neolithic revolution. Since these Asians were growing grain, they were able to feed many more people and reproduce much faster than the genuine Europeans. But experts of that prehistoric era are shocked when they find skeletons from that period of time. The bones of the first eaters of grain, bread and beer looked bad and oriental in comparison to the genuine Europeans. The Neolithic revolution, the introduction of agriculture into Europe, was a catastrophe that made the Whites physically degenerate! Archaeological traces from this period of time tell of more wars and troubles. Many also must have become darker then.

When Asian immigrants introduced agriculture into Europe, the racially better Europeans lost their size and fitness. But they regained it in later times. The genes of the darklings from Minor Asia got lost; as the bigger, smarter and more valiant Europeans vanquished and exterminated them. In ancient Europe different cultures often just couldn't coexist.

Today liberals, leftists, and foreigners in Europe often praise the idea of transforming Europe into a multicultural society. They fantasize to unite strangers of all countries. That idea sounds as odd if not insane as the Troy tales from the Middle Ages. In truth in our society structures appear who are as mysterious as they are worrying. While Hindus believe in countless gods, in reality there is only one god. This one god builds one culture, to develop it to an optimum. There are many other cultures on our earth. But these are not of this world! Many cultures of the Near East are linked to bad cultures of the Feken planets. Bad cosmic links burden God and thwart our cultural evolution.

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