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Beljonde Titel
Arminius Marke
A Goddess is introduced Revealing the one and only Earth Goddess.
The Nordic Hailsway A short Nordic Introduction into God's Universal Truth Religion
The Three Light Gods of the Germanic and Celts were all that the Bright Nordic needed
Title: A New Old Religion for Europa

Page Two: A New Look on Old Stonehenge

Stonehenge with Altar Stone speculative drawing

This short text has astonishing facts about how to understand Stonehenge and also explains some myths of Troy. While Europe is facing some kind of Muslim invasion, in an era of religious transition, we need to remember a great past and look forward to a better future. A great Goddess is definitely in the making. Stonehenge was one of her sanctuaries, before it was devoted to Belon the god of light.

This text has many myths who are Earth-centered as well as spiritually uplifting. Myths show us that our early ancestors already had a better understanding of the sky and the Earth than modern followers of oriental religions have. Early Titans were not only dancing at stonehenge, but the rocks seemed to dance! Definitely this holy site now in ruins once was the spiritual centre of all of Britain. And in a way, seen with the eyes of God, it still is a spiritual hot spot today, whose importance equals to that of the Vatican. Maybe you can imagine them singing and dancing at midsummer: Hail Britannia! If you can, then this text is for you.

1. Ancient Idols and Illustrations may depict Divine Mysteries

Great were the beginnings of the cultures of the west that we know. Europe still has traditions that reach back into a monumental prehistory. Countless great myths and finds tell of a goddess, who definitely was at the origin of prehistoric religion. Many idols and carvings of that goddess were found. Typical ones mix human and strangely shapeless traits. Some of the stranger statues showed the goddess with a fishnet on her skin, or with pickles instead of a face. That was what the better European seers were seeing when they tried to depict this Goddess. They would hear and see her as a shapeless worm with a carved-in skin and pickles on it. From the point of view of the UTR, these features are really there on the skin of the local good Goddess in the deep. She is some kind of super-worm, a congera, and artificially and masterly connected to strange machines. Some of these divine machines appear in ancient images, and also as some stones of Stonehenge.

Many other strange images of prehistory also refer to these strange features of the Goddess. That is the case for the portals at the outside of her grail, her innermost bowl. These portals reminded seers of the eyes of owls! That is why Athene, the favorite Greek goddess, was also taken for the goddess of the owls. Since the real goddess is also the one who may grant wisdom, the owl of the goddess Athene would also signify divine wisdom. These are some of the most precious secrets of European religion. It was typical that they remained mysterious to the mass of simple people.

On the above picture I painted a speculative drawing of the center altar stone, as a super-sized monolith. That is a fantasy, but take another look at the above scenery and check other details. Do you find anything remarkable? I think it is obvious that a big monolith at the center of the main circle should fit well to the small stones of the two side circles. Their meaning is yet unclear, but with the teachings of the UTR in mind, one interpretation jumps to the mind. While the big inner circle is a symbol of our house of God, the two minor circles symbolize our two good neighbors in space. Here we also see the mestab of Ga-Leta from planet Lar and that of Ga-Rina.

2. Hostile Aliens were at the origin of bad and wrong Myths

In ancient Greece, some secretive mystery cults promised to better explain religious mysteries. But hostile Greys like Ga-Sama made the mystery cult of Samothrake become utterly misleading. Also Ga-Dora and other Greys from near or far like to depict themselves as seven or twelve gods. The ring temple of Stonehenge however was definitely devoted to only one god, a savior god of light that the Celts called Belon. That is at least what one testimony from ancient Greece relates. In those days people of course had the idea that a temple was the home of God. But who was this God? When the terrible volcano catastrophe of Thera shook the Aegean islands, Minor Asia and Greece in 1688 b. (my date only), people of course must have blamed the Earth Goddess, thence called Gaia by the Titans. This volcano allegedly spew out a monster called Typhon, the typhoon demon. One Nordic legend has it that gods crushed that giant monster Mökkurkálfi to it's feet of clay. The saga of the giant with feet of clay also became a common myth in the orient. We must find it typical that people who believed in a human god of thunder also believed in other religious nonsense. Sadly, when priests started to write up myths that weakened the influence that the Earth Goddess had had on their minds. Stonehenge had been a site of an age without written records. In those earlier days people would again and again have to sense the divine and to interpret images.

So what did they mean, all those stones, nicely planted into circles? Definitely the tomb chamber of Newgrange in Ireland was built in a masterly way, so that the faint light at midwinter (winter solstice) can illuminate this narrow chamber until it's very end. So can it be that Stonehenge was a similar cult site, some kind of solar temple and observatory? Old-time western experts tend to compare Stonehenge and other European sites to finds and sites from the ancient Orient. They try to connect prehistoric finds to astronomical data. Some act as if they were priests from the Tower of Babel. In ancient Babylon, the Chaldeans (Accadian Semites) of king Nebuchadnezzar had managed to finally finish a seven-stepped ziggurat (tower). Any of it's seven levels was dedicated to one celestial body, from the Moon and the Sun to the five thence known planets. Some priests of Babel believed that these wandering stars were celestial archons, divine rulers of the Earth, as they were wandering from one deacon-constellation (constellation of the zodiac) to the next. The consequence was that those Babel astrologers believed that the movements of those archon-stars were extremely important, and would shape the destiny of the mortals. Now, this kind of Babel astrology fills columns in most of our newspapers and magazines, since many people in the west still believe in such bizarre Semitic foolery. How can we explain today both Babel and the quack-science called astrology? The UTR has it that groups of hostile Greys (evil gray congeras) live at nearby stars. These gray worms often mask themselves as groups of seven or twelve false gods. The leading two of Sirius eventually also appeared in ancient Oriental sources as false star gods. The rise of the cultures of the Orient was also a time when those puny and naturally aggressive darklings tried to get away from those bad stars of the Greys. We can expect that at the same time our early European ancestors were spiritually in general closer to the Earth Goddess. It did play a big role then that Europe's culture was still European, while contacts to the Orient hardly existed.

While our modern experts hardly find the horoscope of the day worth their time, they may still easily get to the idea that our prehistoric ancestors, who were building sites like Stonehenge, were possibly also believers into astrology. What we know from the later times of the Celts is that they were trying to accurately calculate the solstice data, and to accord them with a lunar calendar. The Druids, originally an Irish sect famous for it's predictions, now believed in gods comparable to the several gods of ancient Greece and Italy. The Druids also seem to have been those priests who lately carried out the complicated calculations of the ritual calendar of the Celts. But prehistoric European folk tale traditions lead us to another and earlier faith, that of a non-human deity inside of a labyrinth in the deep. The UTR now reveals that such a deity really exists! She's our goddess.

3. Was there a central Stone in the Temple of Stonehenge?

In Minoan Crete and elsewhere, the labyrinth would signify the betyle, the home of the goddess. But she was only there for some young and well developed people, for young friends of wisdom. Others would be scared away by scary myths and images. Stonehenge especially was the main cult center of the cult of the God of Light in all of Western Europe. For modern rational atheists however it only seems to be a strange kind of solar observatory, a calendar site. But these people tend to ignore the clear testimonies who link this cult site to an ancient deity. So what deity was linked to that site? The Greek report of Hekataios links this site to Belenus, the god of light. But we must find that this entire site rather reminds of a labyrinth, known from more ancient myths. Such a labyrinth had no connection to a solar god, but the deity of this labyrinth was often taken for a bull. One weird local myth, from the prehistoric burial site of Mané Hroek at Morbihan, tells of the ghost of a young man who also appeared as a bull, to scare trespassers away. That myth reminds of the myth of the Minotaur inside of the labyrinth. We must keep in mind that this myth from Crete is a younger version of the original myth of the labyrinth. The original myth of the labyrinth had it that a virgin dwells inside of a cave in the deep, the great goddess of prehistory. So is it possible that a goddess was the deity of Stonehenge, until a male god lately replaced her? The UTR has it that our real existing goddess occasionally took cover behind the likenesses of her future savior. That was easier possible in historical times, when the savior's coming was near.

Anyway, we would expect that if Stonehenge had been a temple, then it once had a central stone or idol in the middle of it. And that seems to have been the case in the phase three of completion. One central altar stone, of a size of 5 meters, allegedly existed in the bronze age, this is what the experts wrote. All around stood the five twin-portals who still stand there today, and also smaller so-called blue stones. Some experts of prehistory try to link these and other stones of Stonehenge to astronomical data and objects. But while they are surely right with some of their calculations, they of course can't explain the mysterious ancient European mythology, that definitely has links to not only this circular sanctuary. Some clear traces in folklore, that experts of mythology found, call such circles Troy castles, wall castles or cromlechs. Such stone rings are linked in folklore to a captured virgin! In ancient Europe people would perform round dances at such sanctuaries. Definitely this sounds as if the better myths of such cromlechs are those who report of a goddess.

4. Why British and Celts carried the Beauty of God to Greece

The key myth, that helps us to interpret Stonehenge, is that of the Troy burg, a turning castle. At celebrations who seem to belong to very ancient cults, round dances were performed. Not only in Western Europe but also in it's central part, traces of very early ring-shaped cult sites were found. Reports of such Troy dances come from Swedish, Danish, Teutonic (North-Deutsch), and English folklore, either as a folk tradition or a myth that was linked to such mythical castles. Such dances are a part of ancient Roman folklore too. A labyrinth dance was common in ancient Crete, and on the sacred island of Delos. This Aegean island once had special links to Britain, in the age of prehistory. It's surely not a legend that virgins from Hyperborea (Britain) once traveled to just this remote island, that was also regarded as a holy island of the God of the Sun, called Belon thence in the Celtic world. These two virgins were called Hyperoche and Laodike. These two and others died on Delos, and their tombs were later regarded as holy. While such strange intercultural links linked the outermost parts of Europe, they stopped short of the coasts of Minor Asia. Definitely it is strange that such myths and folklore didn't link ancient Europe to the near site of former Troy!

Herodotus also related that two other virgins, Arge and Opis, traveled to Delos as companions of Apollon and Artemis. They wanted to thank the goddess of easy birth Eileitheia (Helle). It is very typical for the good but hidden goddess, that she gets especially near to women in the time of the pains and distress of birth. In later times these two pre-Celtic virgins, who died on Delos, were sainted. The reason can be that, in comparison to darker and smaller Greeks, these looked more divine and beautiful. The idea that people always had of good gods was that these are beautiful. Since the Earth Goddess was not yet a classy superheroine then, she often found it wiser to hide. She will incarnate as a human woman. Then she will have the white brow, that Artemis once had. The UTR only has it that Apollon and Artemis were indeed Phrygian invaders, who took over Delphi around the year 1350 b. Apollon was ousted soon, but dared to return after nine years. So these two gave people an idea how gods looked like, before the savior and his wife really lived.

God is nearer to the beautiful and has less troubles with them. Definitely a working religion helps just when help is needed, in the hours of distress. A gentle and light birth is what many women wish from God. But just those who have good genes and features should really have children, and receive God's blessing for this. In ancient Europe the Nordic were the people in the special favor of the deity. Darklings but proceeded into Europe, also to force God to grant more help to them. It is a tragedy that God can't really get near to many good women now who adhere to a bad religion. The great age of Stonehenge was still an age when the women knew about the helpful lady in the deep. In later times only, when that wisdom got lost, priestesses traveled to search God in Greece.

Many Greek myths report of strange troubles that Greeks had as they wanted to sail and travel to the North and to Europe. Herodotus found hardly any reliable news about these lands. The reason why there existed some kind of ancient information blockade was surely this: God didn't want the blackeyed to sail and migrate into other parts of Europe. They should not spoil the better cultures that existed there. The best aspect of Nordic culture was surely that these people had been nearer to God. While ancient Babylon knew many fictitious gods, some Nordic knew just one virgin. In ancient Norse myth we still find her name, she was called Skadi, the Goddess of Scandinavia. In the origin this name refers to the ash. That links to the mythical tree of life Yggdrasil, that rises from the house of God. The UTR has it that such an energy tree indeed exists. It rotates very fast.

In many ancient European tales we still find traces of this tree of the world, with red berry fruits. In Jewish mythology, this tree with the souls fixed to it became the tree of the garden of Eden. That was the place where a mythical snake lives, who, according to the Bible, offers her wisdom. Also Stonehenge can be taken for a likeness of the secret house where the lady of wisdom lives. Without God's wisdom it is for instance not possible to find out how God's real house looks like.

5. Old Ways to explain Stonehenge missed the Secret that the UTR reveals

It seems to be not too clear today how Stonehenge really looked like, in it's state of completion. The big question is whether there once existed an inner menhir, like the above illustration shows it. I took the idea for this illustration from the other great prehistoric site of Western Europe, that of Morbihan and Carnac. In that landscape, that once must have been a central prehistoric cult and burial site, we find several large menhirs. The greatest one of these, if it ever stood, was the unique menhir called Men er Hroek. That menhir lies down, broken into four parts, but it could have had a size of 20 meters if it had been erected. We must think that it was typical for that era, that the prehistoric builders and priests would try to raise one such menhir above all others. They would search one stone or hew one into shape as big as they possibly could. Surely for a site of supreme rank, like Stonehenge had been, a menhir at the center of supreme size would be fitting. But at Stonehenge, the erection of a menhir of 350 tons weight maybe remained a priestly dream. They would maybe get to the idea that God is enormously great, greater than even such a menhir. Our great virgin, who can't leave her inner compartment, has a size of nearly 89 meters (290 feet).

Some experts of mythology but tried to explain Stonehenge like this: »The captured virgin of this burg is the Sun.« The rings of Stonehenge might symbolize some sky spheres. But since experts with a Christian background of education find it hard to believe that our early European ancestors realized that the known planets circulate around the Sun, they rather interpreted the rings of these cromlechs in a different way. Experts would for instance speculate that these rings keep the Sun trapped where it is, and force it to follow it's common way across the sky, from winter to summer.

That idea isn't bad, but it's wrong from the point of view of the Universal Truth Religion. We can only really understand Stonehenge and other such cromlechs with the better wisdom that God's true religion reveals. The mythical virgin at the center of such a Troy castle is a likeness of the hidden Earth Goddess of course. Those circles all around symbolize her real existing home, with it's nine circular spheres. Due to yet unknown scientific principles, the betyle of Sofia Ewa was constructed just in such a way. This construction is due to the fact that any mass is surrounded by circular gravity fields. Several of such gravity bulges also exist around our Sun. That explains why the main planets of our Solar System keep a fairly regular distance to the Sun, according to the poorly understood law of Titius-Bode. This is what any honest scientist will admit, who is not ready to believe that God's betyle exists, inside of the Earth. Much on this field of expertise is not at all understood so far by the weak human mind. In comparison to the builders, believers and star gazers of ancient Europe, who at least had a hunch that supernatural powers do exist, who work on us and our environment, those rational atheist experts are not the wiser, but the poorer minds.

6. Stonehenge was only really completed when Nordic invaders came in

Some experts found that an altar stone of a moderate size should have filled the open space in the middle of the inner horseshoe of the five twin-portals. I think however that this is maybe a wrong idea again. This idea compares Stonehenge to modern churches. Every Christian church has an altar inside, flat or upright. So the idea that Stonehenge also could have had such an altar, must have naturally entered into the minds of modern interpreters, who often had received a Christian mind-boggling education. The ideas that Christians have of heathen religions are of course bad ideas. Can it be that inside of Stonehenge there existed an offering altar, where blood was spilled? Such offerings were typical for heathen cults. But the typical heathen temple would rather have an idol or an image inside and votive donations all around. Offerings took place at altars outside of the temple. The typical prehistoric site in Western and Northern Europe was a burial site. We should not expect that people entered into such a site to spill blood, but they would eventually offer in front of such a site and outside of it's holy precinct. Not all the heathen tombs would be also offering sites. The typical burial mound was just a memorial site, for a man who died. Such a cairn (burial mound) sometimes had a tomb stele on top. We can speculate that a similar stele filled the open space inside of the circular site of Stonehenge. The reason for this is, that this site is a likeness of the typical prehistoric labyrinth, which also eventually reminds of a sacred tomb.

Researchers from Deutschland (Germany) like Rudolf Ströbel have pointed out some time ago, that there seems to be a connection of the erection of those circular cult sites like Stonehenge and the spreading of Nordic and Northern Europeans. Unruly bands of poor young men (refugees they say today) visited Britain and other parts of Europe to stay and get rich in short time. The early bronze age was a time when Britain saw an invasion of battle-ax people from Denmark. Ströbel saw close connections between the invasion of these Nordic peoples and the completion of the cromlech of Stonehenge (phase three). Only now the altar stone was raised, at the very center of the horseshoe-shaped ring of portals. It was the time of around 1500 b., when also Mycenaean seafarers conquered eastern Minoan Crete. Ancient European Nordic culture had reached a peak.

So what we must expect from that period of time is, that the mythology of that era gave the people something to rely on. Now they were the Prydain, those really British, if this word can be connected with the English word pride. The Earth Goddess eventually provides security to some people. Nordic mythology calls this feigr, it's in the English verb: to defy. Feigr means that your luck is good, and nothing can hurt you much. Often however the Earth Goddess could not shelter that well the people she liked best. In prehistoric ages, when few people lived and time passed by more slowly, Ewa had more time than today to correct destiny and to undo troubles. The celestial enemies would often punch in with their harmful N-rays, and do damage and make people suffer. The Earth Goddess is not strong enough to counter these rays, but since she lives here with her creatures and not utterly far away in space, she can cautiously and secretly let disappear injuries.

Jacob Grimm, the historical master of collecting and interpreting Deutsche myths, wrote (p. 457) that another name of Stonehenge is Choirgaur in the Welsh language. That was interpreted as Latin: chorea gigantum, a dance of giants. We should get from this mythical name the idea that not giants were dancing around these stones. But the stones were dancing, and fast. That reminds of the nice idea in the world of Harry Potter, that stairways inside of the castle are in motion. The castle of Hogwarts is of course another version of the castle of the gods in old myth. It is not only true that God moves much by way of E-rays, but since reality is blunt things move by themselves.

It definitely was a Nordic folk tradition to dance around a stone. Grimm but also found tales who spoke of dancing stones, petrified dancers. Those dancers would for instance dance at a wedding. Some such mythical dancers really had been Titans, the bright and big people of the Nordic lands. God did still remembered their dances a bit. But we must separate from these deceased titanic giants the mythical super-giants of other tales. A common idea was it in the old days, that single rocks or menhirs had been hurled into their places through the air by those super-giants. The idea is surely based on unclear stories about stones that eventually hailed down from the sky, causing much terror in the ancient world. One group of meteorites hit Southern Germany shortly after the death of the historical Wodan. Later Celts would offer at the craters to placate the apparently wrathful celestial powers. Babylonian astrology made many believe that the gods live in the sky.

Asgard was placed in the sky, but according to the late mythology of the Edda only. That seems to have been the work of the Saxon vixen Gefjon in Sweden. Originally however, the Nordic and Western European peoples must have believed that their god-dess lived at the center of Midgard, the horizon of Earth. That is the point of view of one important myth, that of the building of the castle of the gods. It is in the Edda of Snorri, who has it that the castle was a fortress that should bar the entry of (hostile) giants to Midgard. This myth, that also stands at the origin of Wagner's cycle of the ring operas, has it that this castle of the gods was erected by a treacherous giant from the sky, but with the help of a magical steed. The treacherous giant demanded that the Earthlings should not only surrender their goddess but also their Sun and Moon! Shameless Loki now saved the Earth. Transformed into a lusty mare he seduced the steed who was unable to finish the castle in time. So the treaty was void. We may take this scandalous but well-invented myth as a parable of the bad situation the Earth Goddess was in. She was a slave when she was building her home, out here in the outback of this galaxy. She had to promise a lot to evil forces. But since she tried her best to placate them, with the help of her disguised savior too, Sofia Ewa gained her freedom. Here undoubtedly the myth of the castle is linked to the mythical Virgin Queen, still called Freyja by the Edda.

7. Pretty Helena didn't really start the War of Troy

Two centuries later, around 1300 b., the infamous seafarer Alexandros prince of Troy allegedly abducted from Mycenaean Greece beautiful Helena, the wife of the castle chief Menelaus. That was the reason why the Greeks gathered a very large armada of ships to assail that haughty city. Troy had grown rich from the trade with the lands at the coast of the Pontus (the Black Sea). But was it really true what the poet Homer texted, about five centuries later, about the glorious war of Troy? The legend of Alexander and Helena also refers to the myth of the virgin in the Troy castle.

There is one mention of Alexander, in a Hittite document of great king Muwatallis (around 1300 b.). As it seems to me, the potentate from central Minor Asia campaigned in the west. From Ilios (Wilusa) came the prince Alexander (Alaksandus) to him, to pay a visit. The young prince from Troy wanted Muwatallis to make him the king of Troy, and the Hittite document says that this is what happened. A late note by Stephanus from Byzantium has it that Alexander was accompanied then by his wife Helena. So if we believe in this late local saga from Minor Asia, then Alexander really had abducted the wife of Menelaus, and had traveled with her to the Hittites. Some modern experts speculate that the tale of the willful abduction of Helena to Troy is a myth only. So maybe Alexander just took away a sacred stele with a picture of some goddess? I don't believe that, since this is not what we know from those typical Oriental darklings. These types do and try a lot to get hold of a good woman. Some like to provoke wars. Anyway, Troy was definitely not conquered and burned down at that time and occasion. This happened a century later, 1196 b. is the year that I heard. Troy fell after the siege of a combined force of Sea Peoples and invaders from the north: of Dorians, Achaeans, Philistines, Cretians, Danes, Irish Iberians, Scythians, Amazons and Turks.

Maybe it is true that before, one ruler called Agamemnon held a grudge and took revenge for that abduction. Abduction tales tend to remain within the memory of proud peoples. Many only were searching for a reason to get angry and mad and to justify own attacks. The Greys often foster and exploit the drive to take revenge, that insane drive is at the core of their madness. But only after wild hordes of barbarians flooded into Greece, the Mycenaeans had to flee overseas. The UTR now reveals that Helen will soon be one of the three first names that the Earth Goddess will have. So in a way the drama of the Iliad, of Troy, is a repercussion, fractally linked to her Troy castle.

8. Strangely enough, Troy became very popular after it's Fall

Troy then became strangely fashionable in ancient Rome. The leading myth of Rome has it that after the fall of Troy, the half-legendary hero Aeneas and his ships sailed westwards to conquer some parts of central Italy, the region of the later city state of Rome. There is definitely a core of truth in this myth. The people of Aeneas were surely a part of the coalition of Sea Peoples, and their cultural roots reach back to the Amazons at the coasts of the Pontus. It is strange then that in the Middle Ages many European noble houses claimed that they descended from those puny and dark Trojans who had founded ancient Rome. One Troy myth was even in fashion in the ancient North. We read in the Edda more than once that Wodan, the mythical chief god of all the Nordic gods, had been a resident of a mythical castle Asgard in Central Asia. Troy was identified with Asgard. A legend has it that Odin lived in that Turkish land, until he decided to travel to Saxony! Surely it played much of a role that in Christian Europe, the dominant religion was Jewish as well as Oriental. Paulus, the founder of this painful oriental cult, had come from the eastern corner of Anatolia. It's a bad wonder that this ugly and small but eloquent and tricky tent-maker became the founder of the still most widespread religion of this planet. Nordic traditions warn too before the magic of the dwarfs. We can understand this if we keep in mind that Greys like to power up the puny. The Edda has it that the dwarfs who live in the underground had been maggots first. Those maggots mean the congeras, those super-worms, who also appear in the Edda as gray rime giants.

We find some blatantly wrong Troy myths for instance in the fantastic writings of Geoffrey of Monmouth. Here Brute the first Brit (oh dear!) is a knight who lives after the fall of Troy. Like a Trojan Moses, that Sir Brute allegedly gathered the scattered rests of the Trojans, to lead them into their promised land Britain. But why did entire European noble dynasties in the Middle Ages think of themselves as descendants of the legendary Trojans, just like the Roman had done? We must think that racial and phenotype issues played a role here. Often the nobles were rather dark and puny people. That naturally happened under the dominating influence of the oriental religion that ruled Rome and Europe. Naturally the Mediterranean, Albanian, Oriental and Hunnish types of Europeans found themselves challenged in their realms by the genuinely, truly European types. The blonder and greater types would often seem to be naturally more in the favor of Lady Luck. A French-Norman heir in England, who maybe was about a foot smaller than the Anglo-Saxons, would try to heighten his reputation with the legend that he descended from a legendary ancient noble dynasty. That legend was false of course, but no more false than all the tales of the Bible.

The authentic myths of Troy and the Trojans didn't play much of a role among the minstrels at the European courts of the Middle Ages. Surely the tale of Percival and the Grail was more liked and mysterious. But also the tale of the Grail was not one of knights who made it at home and found luck in the arms of their ladies. The knights of the Grail but erred around in the world on a vain mission. Like the myths of the Trojans, other popular myths too rather fitted to the »born losers«.

At the core of the circles of courtly myth was the myth of king Arthur and his red dragon throne. It is surely not a coincidence that just this Welsh-British myth was polished up by the Frenchman Chrétien de Troyes. In this name we find again a name that sounds much like Troy. Troyes was also the famous French city where in 1420 a. the English managed to win entire France by way of a treaty, without a fight. So we may well say that the name Troy was a lucky name for the British.

9. How God made false Religions become unpopular

The Edda has lots of nonsense. But still it remains utterly incomprehensible what Snorri related:

At creation the Earth was parted into three parts. Of these Asia is the region of beauty and splendor. All the natural riches and treasures of the world are there. The world is better and prettier there in every aspect. The people there possess all good gifts: wisdom, strength, beauty and artfulness. There in the middle they built the royal city that we call Troy, in the land of the Turks. This city was much bigger and better built than the others. It's chiefs were manlier than all other men.

The odd pseudo-historic prose introduction to the Nordic Edda then has it that Thor was the most beautiful, splendid and valiant superhero of Troy. From the point of view of the UTR we find in this story one attempt of Ga-Dora to make Thor famous, a fictional Old Norse deity whose name resembles her own. Odin only appears as a late descendant of this heir of Troy. Let's think of the fact that many Nordic tribes and clans had it that Odin was their ancestor. Imagine that today we would still be heathens! Our clerics would tell us that we are all descendants of Thor the Trojan. Clearly the Earth Goddess fostered such rubbish only to abolish bad old heathendom in general.

When the talk comes to rubbish mythology, many Stonehenge experts can provide other stories. There is such a lot of strange chat about Stonehenge that can be found in older books. Some odd pundits claimed that Egypt had been at the origin of the building of Stonehenge. Such a type was Grafton Eliot Smith, a medical professor from Cairo. Some such people were secretly grafted by dark forces with sexual stimulation, others were drafted with the help of scares. The idea that all wisdom originates in Egypt is already a key idea to understanding the Gospel. Here we read that Jesus was transferred to Egypt after his birth. The original idea of some mendacious evangelists was that Jesus learned in Egypt the art of healing and how to work miracles. That was the typical thinking of the world of antiquity. People didn't realize in ancient Rome that the cultures of the North were better in key aspects. Germanic fitness meant that people would bathe in open water, and that is what really helps God to heal. Jesus however triggered miracles, but wasn't really able to work miracles. Healing is something that can only be done with the help of machines who exist inside of God's betyle and other such mestabs. While the Greys, those evil congeras, often work very hard to make creatures get bad and ill, they eventually reverse this destiny. But they often do this with bad intentions, to mislead the Earthlings some more. The good Earth Goddess right now is about to slowly evolve her planet and to eliminate evil parts. In some far future she will be able to much better help and protect her creation. That will be the age of paradise. Of course God is not satisfied with the poor state this planet is in. But what we need first on our way to better up the world is more realism. The bad way of the Bible however leads to total destruction in the end. Just like the introduction to the Edda, many parts of the Bible are of obvious poor quality. We can take this as a sign of the power of God. God gave the religion of the Bible to the mentally poor of past ages. That stuff is so obvious rubbish because God intended to swiftly abolish it in due time.

Another modern Stonehenge tale was brought up by Erich von Däniken. This traveler and author always had had the hunch, that aliens were behind many of our great works of prehistory. Some of his ideas were that aliens were building the pyramids. Well, other such pundits also brought up the idea that Egyptian priests had been building Stonehenge. When he pondered over inscriptions and signs on prehistoric rocks von Däniken asked: »Were these the oldest reports... about contacts to extraterrestrials?« Yes it's true! But while many aliens closely contact and scan selected human minds, they are hardly willing to reveal their true nature. Stonehenge must be seen as only one of very many testimonies of such aliens. There are rock carvings who also report about visions and inspirations. Many of these strange rock pictures show things we just don't know: Machines and parts of a mestab, the home of a congera. The congeras inspired these illustrations, and they still do. They eventually decide to drastically interfere into some human mind. After I sent around my first revelations, Däniken reported that in a situation of distress he had been meeting an alien called Tom. I don't think that he told the true story about this contact, that was apparently one to the Grey Ga-Toma. But it's a sad tale that many experts and laymen could tell: As soon as they get too near to the hidden truth, they experience not only mental troubles but also mean miracles. Eventually their entire reality gets distorted. Especially old men then didn't say what they uttered.

Against this, humans find help from helpful aliens, who live on already liberated and paradisaical planets right above us in the sky. These humanoids definitely also helped with some great works of the history of mankind, from the pyramids to Stonehenge to the Tower of Babel to the Burdj-el-Khalifa. It may well be that one group of experts tried to help and raise one such monument after the other, to keep puny humans busy and in shape, and to help with the rise of civilizations.

10. The Troy of the Edda is in fact a Symbol of the House of God

Another strange legend of the Edda has it that Thor and his helper Thjalfi once fought down the nine-mile-high giant called Mökkurkálfi. Allegedly bad giants had created that super-giant from clay, but they hadn't found a fitting heart for him. That is why this giant was a coward, he peed when he saw Thor. Then we read of lightnings and falling brimstone. This is the tale of a volcano eruption that was misunderstood. Some volcano eruptions are accompanied by thunderstorms. We must take this for a sign that cosmic forces work such eruptions, with the help of the same N-rays who also cause typhoons and hurricanes. The giant made of clay of this legend was the pillar of smoke and stones that a volcano spits out when it erupts. Inundations also happened after the volcano of Thera erupted. If we take this as a very old legend, that comes from Minor Asia and reports of a volcano eruption, then we must conclude again that most people of the Orient are just naturally simple minded. Just Turks can be more easily misled, since they are less in God's favor. It's needless to say that this is due to the fact that Turks are generally smaller, darker and uglier. But the devilish Greys try to raise, power up and abuse just such darklings for their evil plans. It was a sad time when Snorri, and other tale-tellers of late Christian times, invented such nonsense. Under the influence of a bad religion that Paulus had invented, many Nordic had lost their minds. Stonehenge however and some Troy myths lead us back into an earlier world of magical realism.

In ancient times and still today, this rare developing world was filled with false religions and false idols. Old-time books plenty attribute to the barely known God insane or false lores. True religion makes a difference. In the wake of the arrival of the Messiah, the false deities lose their strength. Now they must sink, like the giant that grew from a disaster, who is also mentioned in the Bible, Daniel 2:31. Herein we find again the tale of the giant, who has feet of clay here. A stone crushes him in the end. The stone, that king Nebuchadnezzar allegedly saw in a dream, can be taken for a symbol of the betyle. The dream of that latter-day king of Babel then had it, that this stone would fill the Earth in the end. It is a prophecy of the victory of the house of god over all the false idols.

What the traditional Bible however leaves out is, the Book of Bel and the Dragon. In this Jewish text we find the fantasy tale of Bel, who indeed was the favorite good god of ancient Babel. The Jew Daniel was an infidel of course. He tried to prove that a god Bel did not exist. Indeed, inside of the temple of Bel a dragon seemed to be hiding. That fantasy tale refers to facts that only true religion can explain. Bel, who was also a common Celtic name for the god of the Sun, seemed to be there and helpful for many believers both in Europe and Mesopotamia. Celts and Greeks alike identified Bel with Apollon, lately the god of light, wisdom and truth. But while there existed no such god in ancient times, it was true that behind that idol a shadowy dragon was looming. Partly this means our hard working Earth Goddess, who chose to remain anonymous. Without her savior the goddess could not dare her coming out. Only now I am able to explain that Ewa is just great. But many sure traces show that already some ancient Europeans were holding her in high esteem.

There is no way to comprehend the Edda without the knowledge that only the UTR can provide. The UTR has it that there is a betyle, the house of God, a mestab (congera home) where a congera lives in. It rests in the deep of this planet, deep below the city called Aden, thus parting Asia and Africa. We may call this betyle the Heart of the Earth, since it is also beating. The faint noise that the betyle produces can be measured with seismographs on quiet days, it's some kind of very fast pulse. Old-time experts tried to explain the hum with the effects of sea waves, but the hum is far too regular and too fast for that. The UTR has it that this signal is caused by the fast rotations of the inner betyle. The innermost castle of the Earth Goddess rotates with the fast speed of 8622 turns per minute. These movements help to focus and amplify God's ray tree of good Earth-rays.

So this betyle must be the southern super-city that Snorri referred to, in his preface to the Edda. Surely seers, priests and wise women had ideas of the burg where God lives in. Some artists and priests would also get to the idea to build such structures without comprehending them. We find a fantasy of this castle also in the myth of Brünnhildes castle, a strange part of the tale of Siegfried and his Burgundians. The legend of Siegfried has it that he entered into the castle to mate this divine virgin. So definitely in the origin this most valiant Hessian hero was no fiend of his worm, like later legends purport. The Burgundians had betrayed Siegfried and his lent-worm, when they became Christians. Some years later they were overpowered by the Romans and cruelly martyred by the Huns. In ancient Europe many chose to forget the bad effects that Christian religion has on the destiny of many Nordic. Now some knightly fantasies replaced that castle with a rose garden.

11. The Turns of the Troy burg go counter-clockwise

The Earth Goddess was still there in myths and fantasies of the Christian Middle Ages. Kings and knights, masons and artists, travelers and sages, even mendacious priests and rogues tried to find her. In ancient Europe however people must have already realized that they cannot enter the house of god also because it rotates very fast. That is what the word Troy really means, it means: Turn! We may compare this to the Middle-English word throwen (from Celtic: troian; Deutsch: drehen). The inner circles of the Troy burg don't really stand still but they turn, turn, turn, always counter-clockwise. Of the same root is the Spanish word derecho, which means right as well as correct. Turning right is the correct move, but turning left is the wrong move. It's one aspect of the spiritual weakness of modern Britain, that cars drive on the left side, which is the wrong side. Behind this are yet unknown principles of science who favor the counter-clockwise rotation. This is something that horse fans know better than medics: It's not good to let horses move clockwise.

When the Edda has it that gods lived in Troy, this means the rotating betyle. For the same reason some European towns still have similar names, like Troytown in Britain or Trelleborg in Sweden. The rotation of the house of god is at the origin of round dances (Deutsch: Reigen). If you care to watch you may see such round dances in Greece too, where they are called chorón. In Turkey the same round dances are called horon. Definitely this word relates to Greek traditions. So here we have one of those many good traditions that the Orient and the Overseas countries took up from Europe. On the key field of religion we sadly still find that Europe is all dominated by Oriental religions. Definitely Christianity is still an Oriental religion, and one with a special lot of errors.

Naturally our idea should be that a better new religion should originate from Europe. Surely if we compare Europe to the lands of Turks and many others, then Europe is just the better place! But it can bring the west down if too many darklings come in, to bring up their cultures and spoil ours.

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