Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of The Bible

This article offers in-depth research and documentation of forged histories and invented figures related to Biblical and “ancient Greek” stories.

~ Published December 17, 2014 ~


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Backdated Overpopulation Myths

And the Forging of The Bible

A compendium

By Virginia McClaughry


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I propose, that overpopulation and “flood” stories, as we know them, have a single source at a singular point in time.

I propose, that in the 1800’s, British intelligence began mass-propagating these types of myths and Fairy Tales as part of an overall plan.

They were presented as being from “around the world”.

They were not.

They were presented as being “ancient history”.

They were not.

They were presented as being “scholarly proven”.

They were not.

How far back do we need to look to see who began that tactic?

Only 500 years.


Not thousands of years, not tens of thousands of years.

Immense dates in antiquity have, more often than not, been employed as part of a propaganda campaign to try and give something more weight – that has none.

In this library article, we will attempt to examine what were the ideas extant; what was the purpose in spreading them and the manner in which it was done.




The first precedent of this particular brand of propaganda – the homing beacon, if you will – began with what we refer to as The Rise of the Slavemasters.

It became visible with a man named William Cecil.

This man came quite literally out of nowhere – even his family history has always been a bit of a slap-and-paste of a “history” that was fabricated, overseen by his agent, Dr. John Dee. His ‘pedigree’ alleged a Welsh background, the Welsh being one of the main areas of myths and lies that Dee was spreading at the time.

For example, Cecil was ‘associated’ as being part of the Welsh Cecils or Sitsylts of Allt-Yr-Ynys, Walterstone on the border of Herefordshire and Monmouthshire, with Cecil also being portrayed as descending from an Owen of the time of King Harold and a Sitsyllt of the reign of William Rufus.

All very impressive sounding, but that was the key. It sounds good. It looks good. But, it is so far from the actual truth that it’s almost comical.

Today we call that building a cover or legend.

See Intelligence Basics – Window Dressing and Forging Documents article.


William Cecil became the right-hand man of the soon to be Queen Elizabeth I – the daughter of Henry Tudor, better known as Henry the VIII.

In person and figure, William Cecil was in strange contrast with his rivals at court, being diminutive in stature, ill-formed and weak in health. Elizabeth styled him her pygmy; his enemies delighted in vilifying his “wry neck,” “crooked back” and “splay foot.”

However, the power and control he wielded over the affairs of Elizabeth was anything but diminutive. After all, it was him that helped her even gain the throne in the first place. He also created and “ran” the first Spymaster, Sir Francis Walsingham, although more properly you would call Walsingham a “handler” and Cecil the true Spy master.



The two men, flanking Elizabeth on either side in both domestic and foreign policy, single handedly created the foundations of the complete change of thrust of British monarchs – to that of ruling the world, not just the British Isles.


One of Henry the VIII’s many wives, Queen Anne, entrusted the protection and elevation to future Queenship of her daughter Elizabeth, to two men. She was prescient in a way, because Henry would put her to death by beheading not long afterwards – simply to free himself to remarry. Henry used this solution more than once to rid himself of troublesome entanglements. In fact, this is where the expression “off with her head” comes from!

The two men were Mathew Parker and William Cecil.

Together with John Dee, John Cheke (Edward VI’s tutor), Anthony Cooke (also the tutor of Edward VI), and Roger Ascham, they were all behind the influential Humanist (and Protestant) movement at Cambridge University, which had been in its nascent stage at the time of Elizabeth’s birth.

Note: Cecil had been tutored personally by John Cheke and Roger Ascham.

john cheke 1567

The term humanist at this time, represented basically a system of education called the New Learning.  It is different than the term humanism that Felix Adler brought to New York with the formation of his Ethical Culture Society amongst the Jewish people of Temple Emanu-El.

This was part all of the split of the Nesilim that had eventually resulted in the fall of the East “Roman” Byzantine Empire and the consolidation of the ‘new’ Holy Roman Empire in Europe.

The Nesilim symbol of the Priests/King arrangement – the double-headed eagle – can be used quite nicely to track the movements of these machiavellian people. EVERY other empire who started using the double-headed eagle symbol had been attacked by the Roman Catholic Church crusades – and then they started using the symbol!

It is very obvious that there were two geographical factions of the Nesilim fighting over who gets the symbol, which meant divine ruler of the world.

These Nesilim factions were not fighting over different religious ideas, they were fighting over who gets to rule ‘the world’.


Only twenty years before the final campaign taking back Constantinople from the “Romans” – meaning the Catholic Church, the other faction of the Nesilim – in 1433, Sigismund of Germany, Emperor of the German Holy Roman Empire, adopted the double-headed eagle. Since then the double-headed eagle came to be used as the symbol of the German emperor of the German Holy Roman Empire.

*See Scientology Roots, Chapter 5, Actual Jewish History for much more about who the Nesilim were.

The Ottomans, commanded by 21-year-old Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II, began a seven-week siege on Friday, 6 April 1453. They defeated an army commanded by Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos on Tuesday, 29 May 1453. The conquest of Constantinople followed.

The capture of Constantinople (and two other Byzantine splinter territories soon thereafter) marked the end of the “Roman” Empire.

As a retaliatory measure, and as a cover to “thin down” the resistance, for the next 50 years the Roman Catholic Church was responsible for the torture and burning alive of 30,000 alleged witches. This was also part of an attempt to consolidate power back to that ruling faction of the Nesilim, through using fear.

Meanwhile, at the time of the capture of Constantinople, many Greek and non-Greek intellectuals (from a different faction of the Nesilim) fled the city before and after the siege, with the majority of them migrating particularly to Italy.

These emigres were grammarians, poets, writers, printers, lecturers, musicians, astronomers, architects, academics, artists, scribes, philosophers, scientists, politicians and theologians – the usual Nesilim “priest” functions.

In the history of ideas, the New Learning in Europe began shortly thereafter. Coming from the Byzantine Empire as they did, this transplanted faction of the Nesilim began their plan to wrest control away from the Roman Catholic Church. It was about who would get to rule – same as always.

The way they did this, was through propaganda. In fact both sides were engaged in a War of Propaganda – the first Battle for the Minds of Men, you could say.

At first, the Catholic Church tried to control this “new” influence coming into Europe by appearing to support it, but that didn’t last long when the target became their main war-hammer itself, religion.

Almost a hundred years later, this attempt to regain control was still going on. By 1577, Pope Gregory XIII established the Collegio Pontifico Greco in Rome to “receive young Greeks belonging to any nation in which the Greek Rite was used”, and also for Greek refugees in Italy as well as the Ruthenians and Malchites of Egypt and Syria. The construction of the College and Church of S. Atanasio, joined by a bridge over the Via dei Greci, was begun at once.

These young men were made to study the “sacred” sciences (meaning fictional histories and Catholic propaganda) in order to spread it among their fellow-countrymen to facilitate the reunion of the schismatical churches.

They were using them as agents, in other words.

You can see what the real point of all that “support” actually was by the Catholic Church – simply a ruse to try and gain (and keep) control.

Our more restive faction of Nesilim, however, had other plans.

Their first goal was teaching certain Europeans Greek, so that the spread of propaganda could begin. Then came the truly ludicrous cover of “discovered” or “newly retrieved” classical (Greek and Latin) texts of supposed antiquity. Forgeries, in other words. This is also when Latin really got going as a supposedly “ancient” language – it was not.

“I shall call it LATIN.”




Venice’s Aldine Press produced – now there’s a euphemism – editions of all the “great Greek authors” (like the fictional Aristotle and the “newly discovered” Plato) for libraries across Europe.

These declamatio forgeries formed the backbone of the undeservedly famous Vatican Library founded by Pope Nicholas V – a little known fact.

One of the other men of the period, much touted, was Petrarch. Petrarch was a rather strange fellow, who used to sit stroking the pages of his book collection and talking to them, but it was he that was often used as a front man for presenting these “found” documents.


(with a little artistic license)


We are offered the truly ridiculous story of that he “discovered” them while digging around in attics and cellars in Florence, which appeared to have been sort of an urban legend of the time that people actually believed! Next thing you know, not an attic in Italy was safe from scholars prying open old chests and cupboards to see if any ancient documents were inside.

That’s just silly, can you imagine it though?

ancient manuscripts

digging for manuscripts

Seriously, I’m surprised they didn’t try to say they “found” an Egyptian mummy in their attic!


Thousands of years old manuscripts in cupboards?

Come on.

come on!

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Meanwhile – in the cultural backwater that was England at the time (think furs and fires and drunken revelry)  the “new” slavemasters began their insertion by first being ‘tutors’ to the royalty, the nobility and their children, during the time of Henry the VIII. They chose England because it was such a backwater, and therefore very easy to manipulate and influence it’s so-called nobility.

Tutoring, then moved directly to ruling with the crowning of Queen Elizabeth, as was their goal in the first place.

Their most celebrated students, came to call themselves “The Athenians” – men such as William Cecil, along with fellow members of St. John’s college, Cambridge, John Cheke (Elizabeth’s tutor), his brother-in-law Sir Nicholas Bacon, and Sir Thomas Smith — one of the leading ‘Athenians’, advocating not just reformed religion but with it the introduction of the classical pronunciation of Greek.

On Elizabeth’s accession Cecil secured positions for them. Smith especially, together with Nicholas Bacon and the reforming merchant Sir Thomas Gresham, were also profound influences to help Cecil create England’s ‘economic policy’.

A year after Elizabeth was crowned Queen, Cecil became Chancellor of Cambridge University from 1560 until his death, while the Earl of Leicester was his counterpart at Oxford. Together they heavily controlled the two universities, ensuring that they conformed to Cecil’s (being part of the emigrated Nesilim tutor faction) version of Elizabethan policy, especially in religion.

These two universities were literally nothing before England had been “chosen” to be the new stronghold of the split-off Nesilim faction.

It was strategically key to both develop and keep tight control of these “higher” institutes of learning, and the materials used which I already covered were highly spurious as to their origins. This is when the world infection of so-called Greek legends and other hegimonious pur-latch “documents” began.

  • Pur-latch – obsolete old english colloqualism; “plant smears”, an insulting reference to alleged ancient papyritic scrolls
  • Hegimonious – relating to the “ruling” class

The entire system of education, with scholars and “experts” is a house of cards, ripe for a fall. It is weak. This is why challenges to this false authority were, (and still are) met with anywhere from ridicule and name-calling, to ostracizing, imprisonment, and even torture.

Now I ask you, just how different were these people from the Catholic Church, whom they pretended to be so against the methods of? It is their methods that reveals their true nature, and their true symbiosis with the “other” ruling faction of Nesilim. It doesn’t matter how covert they are, or how deep they try to hide this similarity, it is always there.

The battle for supremacy began as they always do, with doctrinal “disagreements” over the fictional nature and history of man.



Renaissance was a term coined by a 19th-century Swiss historian named Jacob Burckhardt. He coined it to draw attention to the Slavemasters previously created “ancient” histories. (This is typical of the British slavemasters – they do it about once every generation).

The term aggrandized the period of the 15th and 16th centuries as having been a “rebirth “period, a rather interesting propagandic explanation for the sudden increase of “big changes” that occurred after the emigrees had left Constantinople.

This supposed rebirth was not a rebirth at all, there were entirely NEW writings being produced that alleged a particular history of “the ancients”  – such as the Romans, and especially the Greeks.

The writings and ideas of these “civilizations” were then presented as offering “dee was one ofmeanings” that should be applied to every aspect of life — education, music, politics, painting, religion, even falling in love.

These emigrees called this new learning humanism — touting it as “everything you’ll ever need to know about being human.” – which, of course, tells everyone that they are this new thing called “human” – see how tricky that was of them?

It should be noted that when “the Renaissance” first showed in England, the primary target was not love, romance, or beauty, it was religion. For example, John Colet lecturing at Oxford re: the “Epistles of St. Paul”; Erasmus engaged on his New Testament and St. Jerome.

The New Learning in England was not always well-received. Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk lamented “It was merry in England afore the new learning came up”, in relation to reading the Bible. Of course, that was probably more of a public relations tactic, a sort of tongue-in-cheek “attack” because, you see, Howard was a prominent Tudor politician, which was the insertion point of the “new” slavemasters. Howard was an uncle of two of the wives of Henry VIII: Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard, and played a major role in the machinations behind these marriages.

After Henry had beheaded Elizabeth’s mother, Anne Boleyn, a woman named Blanche Parry basically raised Elizabeth. From the time she entered the “service” of the baby princess until her death fifty-six years later, she was in almost daily contact with her.

blanche perry

Blanche, was related to William Cecil, the later Lord Burghley, who referred to himself as her “cousin” when he affirmed her will in 1589.

She was quite literally Elizabeth’s real “mother”.

Then there was Thomas Parry, also a friend and relative of William Cecil, who joined Elizabeth’s household when she was a child. He was Elizabeth’s “cofferer” (or treasurer) he dealt with the household accounts. He was also her spy during the time of her incarceration.

Then there were the men in charge of her education, all who were part of what was loosely referred to as the “men of Cambridge” – those Greek purlatch promoting Athenians we mentioned earlier.

Elizabeth was first educated by Kat Ashley (who was indirectly monitored by Humanist Roger Ascham) until 1544 when William Grindal, was moved directly into position as Elizabeth’s tutor. Grindal was part of that circle of Humanist men at Cambridge University.

Young Elizabeth

young ElizabethRoger Ascham describes his pupil, 1548
‘Elizabeth, readeth more Greek every day, than some Prebendaries of this Church do in a whole week.’

See how that is what is made to stand out, as if it’s some kind of worthy accomplishment? Rather blatant PR tactics.

William Grindal became ill, and his position as Elizabeth’s tutor passed to Roger Ascham in 1548, who continued what Grindal had begun, i.e. ensuring that Elizabeth’s education was a Protestant one and was of the “new learning”. It was apparently a jest at the time that Hatfield (her home as a young woman) was really an outpost of Cambridge University.

Roger Ascham

Roger Ascham

As you can see, there was a common purpose and aim behind all these men and their “work” with Elizabeth, even before she became Queen.

Thus, specifically under the direction of the two most influential men in Elizabeth’s life, Cecil and Parker, they ensured that Elizabeth was groomed, and all aspects of her life monitored. You will note, particularly in the case of Cecil, that all of this was being planned and controlled by the very Slavemasters who wanted to put her in position as their Queen. They wanted it, no, they needed it, so that they could begin their march of a new enslavement of “the world” under the guise of freedom from the religious dogma of the Catholic Church.

This is one of those times one should probably ask freedom to what, exactly? Pillaging and trading humanity as mere accountings in a ledger? That’s not freedom, that’s commerce. That’s not freedom…that’s commerce.

These early Slavemasters formed a tight-knit group – cemented by bonds of marriage and blood, secrets, and money. A practice which continues right on up until today.

William Cecil married Mildred Cooke, the daughter of Sir Anthony Cooke (part of the Cambridge group) – their son was Robert Cecil. Anne, another daughter of Anthony, married Roger Bacon – their adopted son was Francis Bacon.

Apparently Francis was not actually the son-by-blood of Nicholas Bacon, but merely accepted as their son in order to protect the real parent. Some allege that he was the secret son of Queen Elizabeth herself, with ruminations as to the father usually being either Robert Dudley or Francis Drake. For all we know, maybe it was John Dee!

As one of the second-tier Slavemasters, Francis Bacon was assigned to not only re-write the bible, he was also the Imperator of the Rosicrucians – among other things. More on that later.

His dad, Nicholas Bacon, had a sister who married Sir Thomas Gresham, the founder of the Royal Exchange (stocks and trading) and the Mayor of the City of London at the key time of its changeover to being the center of finance and planning for the British Slavemasters. (This also means that Sir Thomas Gresham was Francis Bacon’s uncle.)

To further illustrate this intermarrying business just a bit more, another son of Nicholas Bacon from his first wife, married the illegitimate daughter of Sir Thomas Gresham. The Cecils later intermarry with another Lord Mayor descendant of Sir Crispin Gascoigne, and this is when the Cecil family name became Gascoigne-Cecil. Mary and “City of London“, the center of finance and planning.James Gascoigne-Cecil then had three sons, one of which was Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoigne-Cecil, a key figure in the planning of the later World Wars.

This Gresham guy was a key instrument of the Slavemasters. He took his marching orders from Lord William Cecil and his replacement, son Sir Robert Cecil.

Thomas Gresham

Sir Thomas Gresham

For example, although Gresham was used as the “suggestion” point to form a company of Merchants (bankers) – it was only with William and Robert’s approval that The East India Company was formed on New Year’s Eve of the year 1600 (under Queen Elizabeth).

Gresham was put into play initially many years before this. It was in the late 1500’s that the City of London suddenly shows up on the map, so to speak.

See The Center of The British Empire – The “City of London” for more information.

He even loaned money to Queen Elizabeth’s government – as this document from 1563 shows.


William Cecil created and was the master (as in The Spy and His Master) over Britain’s first intelligence service, this included being the superior over Francis Walsingham and his network. Back in 1566, when Sir Francis Walsingham had been abroad, Cecil had him put in place a pan-European network of spies extending as far to the east as Turkey and in Russia, where “Dr Dee” reported on the goings-on at the Tsar’s court.

Walsingham’s earliest extant communications with the government (Cecil) date from 1567; and in that and the following two years he was supplying Cecil with information about the movements of foreign spies in London.

By 1569, Cecil had triumphed over the conservative and aristocratic party in the queen’s privy council; and he brought Walsingham to the front to begin his real work.

As foreign secretary, Walsingham could pursue no independent policy; he was rather in the position of what today would be the permanent under-secretary of the combined home and foreign departments, and he had to work under the direction of the council, and particularly of Cecil and the queen.

By 1573, Walsingham was running his spy network from England, bringing Dr. Dee there as well. Dr. Dee reported a method of writing ciphers and secret codes for “magical” purposes, to William Cecil, who asked him to find a way to adapt it for secret communications, which he did and this was passed to Walsingham to be used by his secret agents. This was the beginning of hiding intelligence work as being “occult” or “magical stories”.

John Dee

John Dee

Dee was one of the front-men for faking documentation, history, and inventing “myths” and “legends” to be used to legitimize Elizabeth’s queenship, as well as whatever else Cecil wanted to manipulate and propagandize in order to achieve the Slavemaster’s goals.

Christensen describes it wonderfully in his scholarly essay –

“Dee … his support of the Tudor political tactic of legitimation through recourse to Welsh legends, including so-called lost manuscripts that probably never existed but which were used by writers specifically to be present only through their absence. In Renaissance literary studies, Dee has been connected with the Welsh Elizabethan myth expanded by Edmund Spenser in The Faerie Queene. Furthermore, he knew Sir Philip Sidney and the circle of intellectuals around Elizabeth’s favorite, Robert Dudley.”

Reference – Peter Christensen Essay

The use of Myths (later to be called Fairy Tales) to forward political propaganda began right here in time, with William Cecil and John Dee. As part of a method of political conversion (and subversion) when engaged in taking over someone else’s home (country), myths and occult were part of what I call Step 1. This process would, of course, become more polished and perfected over the centuries but its antecedentshere in Elizabethan times would hold true.

For a much more complete description of this, please see my article “Tell a lie and find a truth.” – the Slavemaster Way

The British slavemasters would send someone into “the people”, in pubs, gathering-places, and what have you. The person would listen to local drunken songs, stories, sayings, and idioms. Particular themes or snippets would be chosen, and then woven into an entire history, or even a “religion”, always based in antiquity, which would then be fed back to these very same people as their “legacy”.

Dee was a master at this, but not as good as William Cecil, which makes a certain sort of twisted sense when you consider that in the slavemaster hierarchy (slaves were the cornerstone of the ‘British Empire’ – a term which itself was coined by Dee) the better the liar you are, the higher you are!


What we have here, is the beginning of the twin roots of occult/magic (itself often alluding to ‘really’ being a disguised ‘science’) and myths/fairy tales as part of the Slavemasters growing a tree of ‘the ancient history of the world’ – completely fabricated in most cases. A comparable ‘world’ story in modern fiction would be something on the order of The Lord of The Rings by J.R. Tolkien.

It is an illusion.

Such is the case with the myth of overpopulation.

It was purely propaganda – lies – told in order to gain recruits for the British slavemasters land-grabbibg projects, especially in America. It was also told in order to try and gain funding from members of the ‘nobility’, capitalizing on their dislike of those icky masses.

The peasants, the ‘common’ people.

Thou peasants – there were just too many of them.

thou peasants

Rhetoric was part of what was taught in “humanism” (aka the New Learning) education. What’s interesting about that is that it’s basically how to lie!

Declamatio is a rhetorical device (a technique) that began to be a favorite of men such as Dee and Cecil. This technique invents a character of the past and further invents things said and done by the ancient fictitious character. Moses and Socrates are examples, they never really existed.

Both would be employed in black propaganda – lies – regarding the ‘overpopulation’ of ‘the world’ (which really meant Britain).

Propaganda was most often spread in form of copied public letters or pamphlets; highly controlled by Cecil and Walsingham. An example was the pamphlet of 1568 spreading the knowledge of Duke of Norfolk’s intention to Mary Queen of Scots, which was part of the lead-up to the execution of Mary that the slavemasters wanted.

However, black propaganda (also called disinformation today) was usually spread orally by agents of the slavemasters.

The slavemasters were ruthless about achieving their goals, including creating false plots and such to get Elizabeth to do what they wanted!

For example, when the Cecil bunch wanted Elizabeth to sign the warrant for Mary Queen of Scots’ execution, they spread false rumours about Philip preparing the fleet to invade England, and about the Duke of Parma being ready to execute the ‘rescue’ operation from the Low Counties.

In this way they spread panic among ‘the people’ and at the court, all to have people ‘get’ the feeling that the execution of Mary is necessary.

In the 1570s, Cecil’s man Dr. John Dee associated regularly with a group of men sometimes called by historians the “Sidney group,” whose goal was the creation of an empire that would bring wealth to their monarch (really to them), increase British importance in foreign affairs, and spread the Protestant ’cause’.

Note: The surname ‘Dee‘ derives from the Welsh Celtic word ‘du’ which means black.

The group included ‘favorites’ of Queen Elizabeth, such as Sir Edward Dyer and Sir Philip Sidney (related to William Cecil). In typical propagandizing of the time, they were touted as “the two very diamonds of her majesty’s court.”

Both of these men were Dee’s students.

They would often visit their teacher at his home in Mortlake throughout the 1570s and 1580s.

The “Sidney group” was tightly controlled by William Cecil, both directly and through Sir Christopher Hatton, who by 1577 was both vice-chamberlain and a privy councillor. To help coordinate propaganda, agent-provocateur activities, and the spreading of disinformation such as this ‘overpopulation’ myth, they were also in close touch with Cecil’s spymaster, Francis Walsingham.

Walsingham, by this time, had grown into his job well. He had become not only the master of propaganda, but also the master of the “sham”, plots which demonstrated that it was the spy masters who controlled agents and their activities, not the Queen.

Note: the prime recruiting grounds for his agents were prisons, colleges and inns.

When Walsingham needed to achieve his real masters goals (the Cecil bunch) he did not hesitate to fabricate (using his agents) whatever was necessary.

Like this coded document that was forged as being “from” Babington, to influence the Queen towards executing her cousin Mary.

walsinghams forged postscript incriminating mary - babington plot 1586image from here

Translation of forgery by Walsingham spy Thomas Phillippe –

I w be glad to know the names and quelityes of the sixe gentlemen which are to accomplish the dessignement, for that it may be I shall be able uppon knowledge of the parties to give you some further advise necessarye to be followed therein…… as also from time to time particularlye how you proceede and as son as you may for the same purpose who bee alredye and how farr every one privye hereunto.

 Painting depicting Elizabeth being presented this “evidence” by Cecil

walsingham queen mary plot 'revealed'




To understand just how spurious other documents, books, and pamphlets were (that came under Walsingham and Cecil’s devilish designs) we need to learn about something called “a patron” and what that meant back then.

What is a patron?

Patronage in Elizabethan times is an interesting subject. To ask someone to be your patron, meant that you were asking for their financial and material support, but it also meant that you were asking for their protection. In a time where simply translating the bible was assigned the death penalty, protection was as important or even more important than just financial support.

All princes and nobles of this period were especially preoccupied with reputation and honour. Patronage figured very prominently in their desires to promote their self-image as a method of establishing that ubiquitouus thing called “reputation” – still all important amongst the British slavemasters even up until today.

An aristocrats clothes, his servants, his manners, and his “dispensing largesse” to the comment people, all were part of creating this IMAGE.Therefore, the intellectual performances of their scientific clients whom they had taken on as patron, were considered to reflect back on the patron for better or for worse.

These “clients”, as people who were bestowed patronage upon were called, were expected to provide works that pleased the aristocrats egos.

The patronage of culturally avant-garde clients was like being among silly air-headed junior high school fashion “trend-setters” – patrons took on and then discarded clients like clothing, using them often as simply part of a competition for supremacy of who has the best IMAGE.

It was also quite literally a display of power by the patron, to have clients like Galileo etc.

In those days, having “clients” produce various works for one that gained accolades or public attention, like diplomacy, was the conduct of war by other means. This actually began back in the time of the first declamatio works-for-hire of Greek and Latin “ancient” documents in the last half of the 15th century.

Nowonce William Cecil was in place after Elizabeth was crowned in 1559, patronage became a shrewd and calculating method of controlling and monopolizing particularly scientific clients and their discoveries or knowledge, not to mention controlling what and how they write or presented such works. Cecil actually patented these people’s work in order to gain governmental monopolies on ideas!

Note: Francis Bacon administered the profits and such from these “patents”, under King James I.

Scientific clients looking to gain patronage, actually had to go through patronage brokers, if you can believe that. Few of the hundreds of petitioners every week even got past such broker-gatekeepers!

An example was Michael Hickes, who from between 1580 and 1598  was Burghley’s patronage secretary. Many were men of high rank, a large number of them peers of the realm and among the others government officials, ecclesiastical dignitaries, judges, serjeants-at-law, dons and mayors of towns. Cecil was the most important source of patronage apart from the Queen herself.

Michael Hickes


In those days, it was also important, that clients had connections to as many sources of patronage as possible, even if one had few patrons at one time. The more connections, the better the client could actively manipulate his opportunities. This was called “self-fashioning”, the process by which a client constructed, evolved and improved his status and identity in relation to his patrons.

Later on during the rise of the slavemasters, a new entity arose that early science practitioners could use to gain patronage – corporations.

For example, the College of Physicians (founded in 1518 but with more influence under the Cecils), the Muscovy and East India Companies of “merchant adventurers”, and Gresham College, formed by Thomas Gresham. These particularly were interested in clients with experience in practical mathematics.

In other words, they wanted innovations that actually worked, not just theories.

Both Elizabeth’s and James’s courts were in permanent financial crisis, inadequate money supply was perhaps the most pressing domestic problem after religion. Sound familiar? Standard Slavemaster tactics to get and keep control of a country or domain. Financial pressure paired with political change, often using religion as part of the “process”.

This “money shortage” that the two monarchs courts were made to experience (note that Gresham is mixed up in all this, ready to provide nice “loans” at the drop of a hat) was the perfect set-up to the slavemasters “solution” of expanding their slaving operations, establishing colonies to remove excess and “troublesome” elements of their population, driving funds towards intended monopoly products of Cecil-approved “clients” such as improved land use, identification of natural resources, and increased production of raw materials.

William Cecil had a lot of attention on creating the right conditions to set-up the “rule of the world” and the “supremacy” of the English, his real goal being creating the prosperity to wage war, and self-sufficiency in the event of war. Warmonger that he was, this was his “most constant political preoccupation”.

As part-and-parcel of all this maneuvering, you can see why the Cecils would have so much to gain with this “patronage” carrot-and-stick control point.

In fact, recent studies by historians have shown that William and his son Robert Cecil (later made Earl of Salisbury by James I), have demonstrated that “the Cecil family were not only politically dominant, but also formed the vital centre of a network of cultural, artistic, economic and intellectual patronage unequalled in England in the second half of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries”.

One client described his household as akin to a university!

The main patrons during Elizabeth’s reign, known so far, were her senior ministers and favourites. They are William Cecil, his son Robert Cecil (first Earl of Salisbury); the Earl of Leicester, his nephew Sir Philip Sidney, and his step-son Robert Devereux (second Earl of Essex); the ninth Earl of Northumberland; Sir Walter Ralegh; the third Earl of Cumberland; and Charles Howard of Effingham (Lord High Admiral). Although many clients lived to span both reigns, among the patrons only Robert Cecil remained to serve James VI and I.

Many of these patrons were closely linked by family, marriage or other courtly connections. The interconnections are very visible in the group of philosophers and physicians associated with Sir Philip Sidney.

Remember – William Cecil and the Earl of Leicester controlled both of the main institutes of “higher” learning – Oxford and Cambridge – which really meant the imported New Learning.

Other historians have questioned Cecil’s support of John Dee (closely associated with Sydney) as being “out of character”. That’s just a way of trying to hide the fact that John Dee, in using “occult” – angel magic and so on – was one hundred percent SPY and AGENT PROVOCATEUR for Cecil, and whatever else Cecil might have required.

Cecil’s patronage was always empirical, his meticulous attention to detail, his willingness to invest time to secure solutions, his refusal to take claims on trust, were traits that marked his activities no matter what he was doing. As a patron, he never engaged in supporting anything that he did not feel to be useful for advancing the Slavemaster goals in some way.

He was interested in anything from the structure for the new walls of Berwick – where he instructed architects to build test models of each and subject them to bombardment – to lead-furnaces, drainage pumps, and rape-seed production.

His goal, the slavemasters goal, was empire building, not promotion of the occult, as some would have us believe.

Now that we have a good understanding of patronage, and where all these “manuscripts” were really coming from, let’s focus on a particular propaganda, one of many, but this one concerns “overpopulation” backdated myths and the bible.

The overpopulation myth would show it’s head in England, briefly starting in the mid-1500’s as part of a propaganda campaign to get rid of “too many” and “bad” people, to attract funding for explorations and such, the precursor to the empire-building stage of creating new colonies. Once the conditions were right, (the early 1600’s) this propaganda would be heavily pushed.

To understand why, and what/who its real source was, we have to back up in time a little.

A very helpful reference consulted for this section was:

Science and Patronage in England, 1570-1625″ A Preliminary Study by Stephen Pumfrey and Frances Dawbarn University of Lancaster


Overpopulation myths

Where and when did they really start?


Two myths actually go with each other – “the flood” and “overpopulation” named as the cause.

The Greek myth of Deucalion and Pyrrha is supposedly the oldest source that the flood story comes from.

It forms an excellent example of just how much lying and forging has gone on in what I call the biggest hoax ever.

Religion, as we know it.

It is also a good example to show you, probably the most devious propaganda method I have ever seen – that of creating a story within a story, sources within sources. All designed to suck you into the story when trying to research the story.

the worst of the worst…Every article, encyclopedia or otherwise, that I have ever come across, always starts out with giving you the “history” of what is actually a fictional character or event – this is the “sucks you in” part.

Only by both viewing it and resisting the pull to view from inside of it, can you successfully judge the real from the forged/fabricated. That is their game, to get you to view, or evaluate the story from within the story.

Another giveaway is that the worst of the worst (forgery and fabrication-wise) areas – meaning people, events, etc.- will just about always have some line in it, that goes something like this (as to any actual verifiable materials): “most of which are lost” or “the originals are lost to us” or “Contained only in fragments”.

You see that? You better get real wary, real fast.

I recently researched this “flood” story business, starting with the alleged oldest version – which, again, is Deucalion and Pyrrha.

What I found, will not only help you to see what I’m talking about, but it will help us see how it relates to the overpopulation myths that show up around the same actual time of the creation of this supposedly “ancient greek” myth.

Let’s get started.

Down the rabbit-hole we go…

Down the rabbit hole


The first thing that should stand out to you, is that one of the descriptions out there about this myth, tell us something interesting. In regards “Deucalion’s Flood”, we are told that it is about:


the Creation of the new Human Race


The “new” human race?

Well, that’s about a dead giveaway, right there, as to the actual time this myth was invented, who by, and several layers of reasons why.

Taking one of the more simple and easy to document connections first, we can see the obvious correlation between the New Learning (referred to as Humanism) and the New Human Race.

A more obscure source, talks about references to the “Flood” as being a metaphor for a flood of ignorance – ergo the New Learning is meant to create a New Human Race that is now not ignorant.

An even more hard to find source, discussed the fact that this “new” version of the human race was as a result of an expulsion of certain elements from “heaven”, for promoting some of the very things we see being promoted at the same time as the rise of these “new” this’s and that’s. Mind control, propaganda overload (lying to people to control their decisions) slavery, wars, superior/inferior “beings”, hierarchial pyramid power formats, obsessions with image and importance, and all the uglier things that are said to have come with those so expelled.

Strangely enough, this somehow has a ring of truth to it, however veiled it may be in translation.

Suffice it to say, if one were trying to “insert” oneself in such a way as forgeries and backdated histories, and trying to give oneself all manner of superiority that one doesn’t have, it would have to be done just in the way it was. Lots of backdating (to hide the real history), lots of complex inter-forgeries, and all the rest.

I already mentioned to be wary when you start seeing explanations of why there is no document or record, like “fragments” and “lost”. The other thing is that invariably, any hard source at all (and never an original) will have been created either in the period starting late 1400 through early 1600, or in the 1800’s – without fail.

Such hard sources are extremely difficult to find. I believe the idea is that the researcher is supposed to get lost in the story itself, and just stop there. You are usually confronted with a daisy-chain of quoting, all ancient of course, NONE with any proof whatsoever. But, see, that’s all part of the story, right? So-and-so lived in such-and-such time, and studied under so-and-so, who was written about by so-and-so, who also studied with so-and so….sound familiar?

The thing is –

NONE of it is real.


I’m going to take you through a description sources of the supposed “story” of Deucalion. Try not to get sucked into the “story” itself, if you decide to research this on your own. Which is difficult, I know, just make sure that you focus on the sources and documentation, which is what we are going to do here. I’m not going to get into the myth itself, just yet.

Ok, a fairly standard description trying to tell us the source of the Deucalion flood myth, goes something like this:

The much later Pausanias, following on this tradition, names Deucalion as a king of Ozolian Locris and father of Orestheus. Plutarch mentions a legend that Deucalion and Pyrrha had settled in Dodona, Epirus; while Strabo asserts that they lived at Cynus, and that her grave is still to be found there, while his may be seen at Athens; he also mentions a pair of Aegean islands named after the couple….The 2nd-century writer Lucian gave an account of the Greek Deucalion in De Dea Syria

See how fast it tries to suck you into a “story” about a “story” – the alleged Greek myth? That’s what I’m talking about. Ignore everything but the names of supposed people who supposedly documented this in some way or another, especially “ancient” ones because this is the weakness of the original forgeries.

We’ve got three “people” listed as sources or references here, for Deucalion and Pyrrha, which, if you recall, has been alleged to be the oldest source for the “flood” story.

  1. Pausanias
  2. Plutarch
  3. Strabo
  4. Lucian

We’re going to start with Lucian, because he’s an easy one. The simplicity is, he is alleged to have lived in A.D. 125-180, but yet the only “selection” of his works came out in Florence in 1499 – fifteen hundred years later.

That 1499 date is perfect because it is exactly in the time period when the massive amount of declamatios and forged “ancient” documents was going on (and being paid for – patronage) after the influx of emigrees and the fall of Constantinople.

Now watch the description itself concerning Lucian, and how it has lots of personal pronouns as if it really was “his” stories, “his works”, etc. That’s one of the ways that these forgers and liars try to suck you in.

His name added lustre to any entertaining and sarcastic essay: more than 150 surviving manuscripts attest to his continued popularity. The first printed edition of a selection of his works was issued at Florence in 1499. His best known works are A True Story (a romance, patently not “true” at all, which he admits in his introduction to the story), and Dialogues of the Gods (Θεῶν διάλογοι) and Dialogues of the Dead (Νεκρικοὶ Διάλογοι).

Alright, see this part:

…more than 150 surviving manuscripts.

There are NO “surviving” manuscripts written by this “man” – not one, this is tricky wording. The key is in this line:

…a selection of his works was issued at Florence in 1499

See? Someone else presented this fabrication as being real – that was the game (and still is).

In the hopes that you won’t really notice that, you also get the story of Lucian’s “life” now…

Lucian was trained as a rhetorician, a vocation where one pleads in court, composing pleas for others, and teaching the art of pleading. Lucian’s practice was to travel about, giving amusing discourses and witty lectures improvised on the spot, somewhat as a rhapsode had done in declaiming poetry at an earlier period. In this way Lucian travelled through Ionia and mainland Greece, to Italy and even to Gaul, and won much wealth and fame.

See the suck-you-in aspect going on there? Not to mention the WTF? aspect. Half of it doesn’t even make sense!

If you just added Once upon a time at the beginning – it would be perfect. Fairy tale that it is, you see.

More importantly, how do we even know what Lucian’s life was? From the story about him that was written by our erstwhile (and un-named) forger and declamatio artist back in 1499 – get it?

I’ll give you a moment to think about it, it’s that twisted, I know.

Ok, so you would expect a bunch of jilted, jealous and scheming liars, who were most desperate to give themselves longevity, supremacy and legitimization as “good” and “smart” people, to then build upon this layer as well – this layer of Lucian.


Invent other characters talking about that character, quoting that character, and so on, and publish them in books by “scholars” relaying the “secret wisdom”.

Which is exactly what they did.


You see, there has to be something real somewhere, they know that, that’s why they write “manuscripts” (or forge them) and books (or forge them too).

That’s the Achilles Heel of this gigantic hoax of an ancient history that never was – the devil is in the details.

You must try to distract your audience, your reader, with the story itself – get it?

It’s like a sleight-of-hand within your mind.

Look at the flowers, the story, not at the guy doing it.

im magic

Alright, so now we have the story of Lucian appearing in 1499, who the author of “his works” has this Lucian guy referencing Deucalion’s Flood story. See one reason why Lucian was invented? To help support the big Kahuna – the backdated flood story.

So, there’s one.

Next –

We’ll take up Pausanias, who is considerably more complicated (interwoven with multiple other fictional characters and events).

Pausanias, is alleged to have been written about by Berossus – which I’ll get to next. With Pausanias, we have the usual story of lost manuscripts.

Example –

We came perilously close to losing it altogether, in fact: the only manuscripts of Pausanias are three 15th-century copies, full of errors and lacunae, which all appear to depend on a single manuscript that survived to be copied.

Which, of course, doesn’t appear at all anywhere until 1485. (see below image)

Perfect, again. Right in the same time as all the other declamatio/forgeries.

1485_pausanias1485, Pausanias “Description of Greece”, Laurentian Library.
image from Delphi Complete Works of Pausanias


There’s a rather interesting side story about this Pausanias character, that may have more importance than it might look at first glance.

Apparently, archaelogists (in the 19th century) “…found that Pausanias was a reliable guide to the sites they were excavating.

I can think of a number of possibilities of why that is, none of them good. Considering that all these incredibly complex and intertwined “ancient” declamatios and forgeries were being done in the 1400’s and 1500’s, whose to say that one of them hadn’t seen some ruins somewhere, laid it out geographically – a map – and then used it as a basis for a story? Figuring 90% of the people wouldn’t have ever been near the place to be able to question anything about it.

Or worse, and this is actually an important thought to consider, what if such a person (or persons) even planted “tablets” and “scrolls” (with locations) to be discovered as needed, later?

Seriously, since it’s patently obvious that a whole heck of a lot of trouble was went to in order to shore up this fiction, this long con, can we really overlook the idea that they could have taken it even further?

I think they would go that far, these people were (and still are) absolutely terrified of being exposed for what they really are.





Poor substitutes for…

The Real Thing.


…if there’s one thing I know, it’s how to spot the genuine article. Because that’s what you gotta watch out for…the one thing you can never ever get around is the genuine article… – Steve Martin as Jonas in Leap of Faith.

The look on Steve Martin’s face when his character Jonas is faced with a real, live genuine article?



See, these people don’t look so bad if there is nothing to compare them to – right?


Pausanias, is also alleged to have been written about by Berossus, so that story must have been put in the above 1485 declamatio about Pausanias (or perhaps in a concurrent one).

So who’s Berossus? Well…a’ round-robin we go again.

Berossus, of course, doesn’t have any actual documents directly written by him – as usual, they are “lost to us”. Only two “excerpts” are said to be around, but even those are spurious because they were supposedly contained in the Chronological Canons of Eusebius which are…wait for it…”lost to us”!

Once you pull yourself outside of the story about him, there is an alleged “history of babylonia”  – with the flood story – that gets sourced to this other fictional character named Eusebius.

So who’s Eusebius, you say…

Well, we already are in this maze of unverifiable, and NO documentation, starting from the “oldest” story of the Flood, so it’s not much of a surprise to see another one added into the mix.  All part of the long con trying to make this look real, when it wasn’t.

Let’s make sure we know where we are in this maze. So far, we have Lucian, fictional, then we have somebody called Berossus who supposedly documents this flood story, also fictional, but it’s actually from Pausanias, also fictional, who we are told actually got it from Eusebius….

See what’s happening here?


And it gets worse.

OK, so we say, maybe there’s proof of this Eusebius character’s writings. But, what do we get right out of the starting gate?

Oh look! It’s lost.

“The work as a whole has been lost in the original Greek, but it may be reconstructed from later chronographists of the Byzantine school who made excerpts from the work, especially George Syncellus. The tables of the second part have been completely preserved in a Latin translation by Jerome, and both parts are still extant in an Armenian translation.”

Oh god. So much for him being real either, then.

But, look! We are told that his work (Eusebius) was “reconstructed” by “later chronographists”.

From where?


The “Byzantine” school, which I believe is actually a reference to the people, the declamatio/forgers, that came from Constantinople.

So, here we are again in the 1400’s/1500’s.

But hey – let’s go ahead and take it on down, just so you can see just how false this all really is, and just how involved they make their lies as part of trying to gain your trust that it is real – part of why I call it a long con.

So, we’ve got these alleged “reconstructions” of Eusebius from:

  1. George Syncellus and
  2. Jerome

Does George hold up as a valid person, or is he yet another fictional character?

Let’s see.

George’s chronicle was continued after his death by his friend Theophanes; Theophanes’ work was heavily shaped by George’s influence, and the latter may have had a greater influence on Theophanes’ Chronicle than Theophanes himself. Anastasius, the Papal Librarian, composed a Historia tripartita in Latin, from the chronicles of George Syncellus, Theophanes Confessor, and Patriarch Nicephorus.


Trouble already.

So, now we have added in-between George (who was conveniently dead at the time) and us, some guy named Theophanes the Confessor, some guy named Anastasius the librarian, and some other guy named Patriarch Nicephorus. They are, of course, all completely unverifiable.


We have our first clue to a possibly real book by one of them – “Historia tripartita“, and a backdated reference of a questionable source. That being Anastasius, the librarian/archives person who supposedly lived around 810 AD. That’s obviously questionable, since we get the “lost” thing happening when it comes to trying to track down any works supposedly by this guy.

It gets really weird from there though, because first of all, the title of this alleged work was actually “Chronographia tripartita”.

This book doesn’t even show up until 1642 (or 1649) in Paris, of all places, theoretically. However, what is highly questionable about even that date, is that the publication of that book (listed for sale) was in our other funky period of time when lots of declamatios and forgeries began for the second time, which was the 1800’s.

In a book of that time period, we also see the other two authors works mentioned.


Reference – Catalogue of Printed Books and Manuscripts in Various Languages, Now on Sale by Payne and Foss.

The date of that book is 1837, and these supposedly almost two hundred year old books are being sold at that time by a British company.

Another source (the 7th Duke of Devonshire’s library) gives a Paris publication date of 1642, (not 1649) however. That source wasn’t published (giving the different date) until 1803.

There were a couple of sources showing an interim 1700’s date of printing, but nowhere near as many as during the 1800’s re-vamped promotion of these materials.

Considering that we’re dealing with a “first” printing date of more than 800 years after the fact of this alleged “compiler” that included Berossus flood story, and it had been done right in the middle of the British/French big spate of “copies” of the early declamatios (plus declamatio-ing the declamatios that was going on at that time as well) – I find this to be highly spurious.

So much for that then.

Next – back to Berossus.

Reminder –


We’re on this convoluted fictional trail of the alleged Greek myth of the flood, unverifiable and with NO valid documentation so far.

The sources we are given are Lucian, fictional, then we have somebody called Berossus who supposedly documents this flood story, also fictional, but his version is actually from Pausanias, also fictional, who we are told actually got it (and did Berossus) from Eusebius….but there’s nothing whatsoever actually written by him.

And…to top it all off, we’ve got these alleged “reconstructions” of Eusebius by George Syncellus…but there’s nothing whatsoever actually written by him except for by another fictional author called Anastasius, of which there are no originals of and nothing left but an alleged “copy” of his works printed like a thousand years later in the 1600’s, and now…?

We’re going to look at the other “reconstruction” of Eusebius’s alleged work done by Jerome.

Let’s see if he is real either.

This is what gets said about that, more or less –

Berossos’ lost Babyloniaca are given by two later Greek epitomes that were used by the Christian Eusebius of Caesarea for his Chronological Canons, the Greek manuscripts of which have been lost, but which can be largely recovered by the Latin translation and continuation of Jerome and a surviving Armenian translation.

Continuation of Jerome?


That’s not good.

Then we get this kind of thing, of Eusebius’s supposed Book 2 –

Book 2 describes the history of the Babylonian kings from creation till Nabonassaros (747-734 BC).

Further research on this (which I won’t put you through) gets us the convoluted additional story (with more made-up characters) of that….<take a deep breath>

Eusebius reports that Apollodorus reports that Berossus recounts that there were 432,000 years from the first king, Aloros, to Xisouthros (aka Noah) and the Babylonian Flood – but all of that is supposedly by Jerome actually.


thats not something you see every day - vincent

Yeah. Fricking insane!

See how unbelievably thin it all becomes though, when you track the right things? Things start falling apart left, right, and center.

Oh, but man, this Berossus story, or alleged source-point, is key. There are even more created events and people that revolve around this guy and Eusebius – a lot of trouble (lying-wise) was gone to on this point. The slavemasters really wanted this to be believed, boy howdy!

And of course, guess where we get any corollary “evidence” of Eusebius’ writings? More back-dated and fictional characters! Socrates, Sozomen, and Theodoret, and our alleged Berossus fragment-quoter, again, the 4th-century Christian author Jerome!

This Jerome guy really gets around, and I’ll tell you why I say that. He is also credited as having compiled the “official” version of the Bible called the Vulgate.

There are clues that let us know that this “version” of the bible ascribed to him was actually created much later in time. It was created around the same time as all the other declamatios and forgeries going on – the 1400’s.

One clue is, shortly after the emigrees from Constantinople began arriving, the bible was changed to include the Hebrew version of the Old Testament as the “inspired”  version and not the Septuagint. The PR story about what “inspired” meant, is that GOD told them what the “story” is – which they then wrote down.

– Supposedly

The “story” about how Jerome came to change the bible in that way (or rather why) is that he was ‘studying with a Jew who converted to Christianity” and he changed the bible to match… Oh brother, right?

Ah, but that clue shows us, yet again, when this was really done. In our usual time period, of course. The “jewish” story actually points to why we have supposed Eusebius writings of a jewish nature.

For example – we get writings translating Greek/Hebrew, a description of old Judea with an account of the loss of the ten tribes; a plan of Jerusalem and the Temple of Solomon; a commentary on Isaiah. That last one, was “discovered” in a “manuscript” in Florence early in the 20th century and published 50 years later.

There they go again with their supposed “discovery” of ancient manuscripts. That was the same PR line being used 500 years ago!

But, it does show the fictionalizing of history to try and give the addition of the also fictionalized “old Testament” to the Vulgate Bible in the late 1400’s.

And, in another clue, this Vulgate bible (that’s what they call it) used a quote from Virgil – yet another GREEK declamatio fictional character. The quote was a description of “hell”.

What – they didn’t know what hell was before that even though the “bible” is supposedly thousands of years old???

Kermit the frog excited

The quote was: “On all sides round horror spread wide; the very silence breathed a terror on my soul.

The truth was, they invented the whole “hell” business to try and scare people into doing what they wanted.

They also have a “story” why Jerome (who, yes, is fictional also) used Greek authors to describe Christian concepts such as hell. Guess what it was? They cited his “classical education” and his “deep shame of their associated practices” (the alleged Greek authors) such as pederasty (homosexuality with children) which was found in Rome. That makes absolutely no sense.

Well, I guess we know why there were writings invented showing that, now don’t we.

whistling girl

Keep in mind, that until well into the 15 and 1600’s, the Vatican prevented people from seeing the “Bible”, it’s not too hard to figure out why, eh? Because it was just a big, fat pile of forgeries and declamatios, filled with contradictions, upon contradictions, upon contradictions!

It wasn’t until they had to do something about that mess, again, in our same time period of the 1400’s, that they began creating this whole interweaving FICTION.

This was begun under Pope Nicholas V, the same guy who created the Vatican Library, and filled it will all the lovely declamatio forgeries (9,000 of them) that were going on before and after the fall of Constantinople in 1453.

Two years later, the first “Vulgate” organized version (somewhat organized, I should add) showed up being printed. Most people know this as the Gutenberg Bible, published in 1455 by Johann Gutenberg and Johann Fust – a beautiful book, and one of the first ever printed. But, it was in Latin, and hardly anyone could even read it!

There were so many declamatios that had been generated, that the Catholic slavemasters started losing track and had to get even more “serious” about organizing it all. Especially because they were being attacked (successfully) on their questionable “bible” by the other faction of the Nesilim (Protestant Reformation in 1517, more on this later).

As a reaction to the Reformation, in a big show of “we didn’t do anything wrong, the bible is cool”,  the Vulgate 1450’s version was made the Catholic Church’s official Latin Bible at the Council of Trent (1545–63). However, by then they were in deep trouble, they were being challenged and undermined by a counter-propaganda war back at them! This was being done by the new wave of re-edited and re-invented entirely – writings – that were being generated by the next generation of Nesilim in England and parts of Germany. Such as John Dee, and the guy who wrote the Stegonographia, etc.

In typical hypocrite fashion (and one big bluffing motion) at the Council of Trent they “reaffirmed” the Vulgate as the sole, authorized Latin text of the Bible. This was their way of trying to counter the attacks on the ridiculousness of the bible, as well as to try and refute the doctrines of Protestantism.

But then, at the same Council, they ordered the pope to make a standard text of the Vulgate out of…note this well… the countless editions produced during the Renaissance and manuscripts produced during the Middle Ages!

Do you realize –

that just confirmed

– that the Vulgate was actually FROM the 1400’s?

And not from the fictional author Jerome in 300 whatever A.D.?


Talk about blowing that out of the water.

So now, wait, besides that bombshell, if the Vulgate (edition from the 1400’s) was affirmed as the sole text in 1545, why did they then need to make a standard text?


Unbelievable brash and blatant contradictory behavior – no wonder they needed to invent the twin dichotomy of “hell and damnation” and “heaven” utilizing people’s fears and hopes. Their only hold was an alleged future based on a completely false past – aka The Bible. It was probably them that first invented the ideas popularized centuries later by the pseudonymic George Orwell.

History is written by the winners. Totalitarianism…attacks the concept of objective truth: it claims to control the past as well as the future.

Orwell, Tribune “As I Please” column essay February 2, 1944.

In any case, part of the brashness of this faction of the slavemasters – the Catholics – is their always overdone positioning of themselves as victors. The only slight problem with that ego-propping idea is victors of what? A one-sided strawman war is not a war, it’s a sockpuppet fest.

I win!

we are incredibly offended - sockpuppet

I’d say – Against your sock-puppets? How about we see how you do in the real thing…

When a slavemaster gets really threatened, he often resorts to the cowardly tactic of waiting for the previous generation to die off – hoping this will mitigate that gosh darn evidence of their lies. Otherwise known as stalling, such was the case with this new “collation” of standard bible tech.

The actual new NEW authorized text did not appear until 1590. And then, the other faction of the Nesilim put out the King James Bible in 1611 in ENGLISH.

1611 Open KJV



Next – back to Berossus.

Reminder –


We’re on this convoluted fictional trail of the alleged Greek myth of the flood, unverifiable and with NO valid documentation so far.

The sources we are given are Lucian, fictional, then we have somebody called Berossus who supposedly documents this flood story, also fictional, but his version is actually from Pausanias, also fictional, who we are told actually got it (as did Berossus) from Eusebius….but there’s nothing whatsoever actually written by him.

Ah, but we have these alleged “reconstructions” of Eusebius by George Syncellus…but there’s nothing whatsoever actually written by him except for by another fictional author called Anastasius, of which there are no originals of and nothing left but an alleged “copy” of his works printed like a thousand years later in the 1600’s.

But in a twist upon a twist, we have Syncellus reconstructing Jerome, portrayed as having reconstructed Eusebius, and now that we’re sucked down that far in this ridiculous rabbit-hole, we then are given Jerome’s “reconstruction” of Eusebius as saying that –

<take a big breath>

Eusebius reports that Apollodorus reports that Berossus recounts that there were 432,000 years from the first king, Aloros, to Xisouthros (aka Noah) and the Babylonian Flood – but all of that is supposedly by Jerome actually, in his supposed “reconstruction” that was actually reconstructed by Syncellus, who never existed but the whole entire mishmash of this first appeared in the 1400’s.

To shore up such an obvious weak round-robin, we also get additional fabricated sources added in as supposed corollary “evidence” of Eusebius’ writings – Socrates, Sozomen, and Theodoret. And whose our source for those sources?

Ah yes, our alleged 4th-century Christian author Jerome!

Considering that they lay off the Vulgate (bible) on this fictional person as well, it’s not too much of a surprise to see that name at the bottom of the Flood Story myth. The story of which was added into the bible at the same time as all this other crap was invented – the mid-1400’s.

Finally, let’s come back to Berossus again, our main fictional character that “relays” the flood story. We are told that Berossus has an “account” of creation, the flood and the tower of babel in his book The History of Babylon.

It’s amazing what people are willing to overlook, in their desperation to believe. For example –

We have no extant manuscripts of Berossus book called, “The History of Babylonia”. However, several others quote from him in exerts from his book. This is the only evidence we have of Berossus’ work. For example, in 800 AD, Georgius Syncellus quotes from Eusebius [325 AD] who quotes from Alexander Polyhistor [50 BC] who in turn was quoting Berossus who wrote in 380 BC. This is typical of how ancient writings have come down to us.

This is typical of how ancient writings have come down to us.

That just says it all – don’t it?


Such mild words to describe something so utterly heinous as this all is. No proof whatsoever, and you know what I think? I think that “new” ancient manuscripts are planted and then discovered whenever the Catholic Church/British Slavemasters decide they need to give their BS history some credibility, and to redirect attention away from them.

It’s surprising how often these “finds” occur in relation to pissed-off and disillusioned populations with their “plans” – after wars which they have to fight. These “finds” also occur whenever truly great men and women show up and mess up their plans – like Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, for example.

Some of these later “finds” are told to us as having pre-dated Berossus’ flood story. This is then used to validate Berossus and others, see how that works?

I’ll tell you what – that makes me highly suspicious about these finds and their real dates as opposed to the dates we are told that have to align with the bible and the fictional Greek others. Archaeological finds such as the Sumarian Kings list, the Eridu Genesis, the Epic of Atra-Hasis or the Epic of Gilgamesh.

An example of some seriously flawed logic out there, as to how these archaeological finds “establish” the credibility of Berossus, goes like this:

…because of its late date (280 BC). It is clear that Berossus copied from these previous works in his book as source materials.

It is clear?

Is it…

patrick-mcgoohan-as-longshanks-king-edward brave heart - Is ita line from the movie Braveheart.


Yeah, about as clear as Mississippi mud on a moonless night.

Another example shows some obviously later lore, that the writer here uses to somehow establish the credibility of the story.

In 280 BC, Berossus wrote Babyloniaca (History of Babylonia)

Berossus records a creation, flood and tower of Babel story. More importantly, he states that the location of Noah’s ark was known and that people climbed Mt. Ararat to collect bits of wood to be used as lucky charms to ward off evil. Quoted by Abydenus (200 BC), Apollodorus (160 BC), Alexander Polyhistor (50 BC), Josephus (110 AD), Georgius Syncellus (800 AD), Eusebius, (325 AD) it shows that Noah’s ark a historical fact since many people had seen it with their own eyes.

I think that one is one of my personal favorites, because the ignorance and sheep-like mentality is just spectacularly visible. The author lists off even more declamatio authors, and then obviously because of the sheer number of “individuals”, we are supposed to make the incredibly illogical leap to that “many people have seen it with their own eyes.”



But, you see what has happened here, these things were created purely in order to get exactly that kind of response from it’s intended “victims” so to speak – the shall I hang myself for you, Master? crowd.

I swear though, this whole Flood story business is worse than the “telephone game”.

Last, but not least, let’s look at this websites version of things, starting with some similarly incredibly bad logic conclusions.

Berosus is quoted by a number of sources, including the following:Abydenus, a disciple of Aristotle, the Greek philosopher and scientist of the 4th century BC. In that case, being younger that Aristotle, he must have been a contemporary of Berosus. His original writings have not survived, but he is quoted by Eusebius and Syncellus.

Apollodorus, 2nd century BC. He was a student of Aristarchus of Alexandria, but he left that city about 146 BC, perhaps for Pergamon, and then he went to Athens. His original writings have not survived, but he is quoted by Eusebius and Syncellus.

Alexander Polyhistor (c.105 – 35 BC), Greek philosopher, geographer and historian. He was imprisoned by the Romans in the war of Sulla against Mithridates of Pontus and brought as a slave to Rome for employment as a tutor. Then he was released and lived in Italy as a Roman citizen. His original writings have not survived, but he is quoted by Eusebius, Syncellus, Josephus, Atheneus and Clement of Alexandria.

Flavius Josephus, the Jewish priest and historian (37/38 – 100 AD). Quotes from Alexander Polyhistor.

Athenaeus (fl. 200 AD). Greek grammarian and author. Quotes from Alexander Polyhistor.

Clement (c.150 – c.215 AD). Bishop of Alexandria. Quotes from Alexander Polyhistor.

Eusebius Pamphilius (264 – c.338 AD). Bishop of Caesarea. Quotes from Abydenus, Apollodorus and Alexander Polyhistor.

Syncellus (early 9th century AD). Byzantine monk and chronographer, otherwise known as “George the Syncellus”. Quotes from Abydenus, Apollodorus and Alexander Polyhistor.

Note: It’s possible that Syncellus might have been quoting from Eusebius on some occasions, rather than directly from Abydenus and Polyhistor, but generally there are three generations of documents. The first generation is the work of Berosus himself, the second is Abydenus and Polyhistor, and the third is Josephus, Athenaeus, Clement, Eusebius and Syncellus.

For the authentic citations, see the original 1828 version of Cory’s Ancient Fragments (1), and the 1876 update by Richmond Hodges (2).

Ooh! Look at all those sources…it must be true then, right? Yea, I’m being sarcastic.

You will notice that every single one of the main “sources” has this declaimer:

“His original writings have not survived…”

with the excuse of:

but he is quoted by…


One of who is mentioned was Eusebius, whom we already know is also complete bollocks as a source.

The author then devotes a section trying to explain where all the documents went.

Where Have all the Documents Gone?

The three books of Berosus, together with the early citations, have disappeared through the ravages of time. The precise circumstances of their loss is not known, but historians are well aware of the processes by which books can become lost. These include war, fire, flood, failure to make copies, failure to preserve the existing copies, and worst of all, lending them out and never getting them back.

There’s one rather glaring thing that this author left out of their list of “reasons”. The fact that they ever existed IS A LIE.

That’s why there are no writings of any of these fictional characters.

“…war, fire, flood…”?


That is a very particular style and type of excuses that is used by British intelligence to hide the existence of very real documents. Very dramatic, but having absolutely no basis in truth.

I’ll show you an example of what I mean.

From my Casimir Pilenas compendium, the section discussing Head of british secret intelligence William Melville and his staging of “attacks” :

While Melville was leading the fight “against” the so-called International Anarchist movement (which he and Rachkovsky basically invented) he got caught with that one of his own spies, Auguste Coulon, was actually spearheading itthe Walsall Anarchists.

As Butterworth explains, Melville’s undercover operative in the Walsall case was Auguste Coulon, a half-French, half-Irish, deep-entry agent and spy, who was also closely involved with Henry Samuels, another of Melville and Rachkovsky’s creatures responsible for the 1894 Greenwich Park bomb explosion…

Stuart Christie, The Guardian, 27 March 2010, review of The World That Never Was: A True Story of Dreamers, Schemers, Anarchists and Secret Agents by Alex Butterworth


The people they had recruited into it were arrested in 1892 and stood trial, accused of planning bombings and running a bomb factory. All of which was instigated and run by Coulon (code-name Pyatt) Melville’s agent. Evidence against them was fabricated.


When Melville was point-blank asked about Coulon’s role, he refused to answer and the judge supported him. Three men were sentenced to 10 years hard labor, another was given 5.

Melville was never disciplined for this false imprisonment.

You know, the British were still hiding the fact until almost 120 years later, that Coulon was indeed Melville’s agent!

…for years the Metropolitan Police Special Branch fought tenaciously to prevent access to their files for the 1890s, the period of Melville’s ascendancy. When he asked initially for them under a Freedom of Information application Butterworth was told the files had been lost, pulped in the war effort, or destroyed by a bomb. [They lied, in other words]

Then, in 2001, they mysteriously reappeared, having been used as the basis for a doctoral thesis by Dr Lindsey Clutterbuck, a serving Special Branch officer.

Butterworth finally received the 120-year-old Special Branch files —all names in it had been redacted.

Stuart Christie, The Guardian, 27 March 2010, review of The World That Never Was: A True Story of Dreamers, Schemers, Anarchists and Secret Agents by Alex Butterworth
– Dr. Clutterbuck’s doctoral thesis (mentioned above) is available here. Page 302 is where he specifically states Coulon was an informant for the police (Melville) – names are not redacted, Clutterbuck includes the names so he obviously had the un-redacted version!
Note: – I’ve also uploaded the thesis here at the blog in case it goes missing.

Wow! That’s practically magical how those bombed, burned and pulped records suddenly managed to re-appear over a hundred and twenty years later

Just in time for when someone on the inside needed them!



Now they find it!

rabbit out of a hat


So, now we have desperately logic-challenged individuals trying to use the same type of excuse (lie) to try and hide the fact that these “flood story” documents never existed!



War, fire, floods is now a dual-purpose lie used to hide things they don’t want known.


perish the thought - wry ick face

The same author, very happily references the following two books as somehow “solving” the issue of a complete lack of provenance for any of these sources.

  1. Cory, I.P., The Ancient Fragments; containing what remains of the writings of Sanchoniatho, Berossus, Abydenus, Megasthenes, and Manetho; William Pickering, London, 1828. Facsimile reprints from Ballantrae, Ontario, Canada.
  1. Hodges, E.R., Cory’s Ancient Fragments, A New and Enlarged Edition, Reeves & Turner, London, 1876. Facsimile reprints from Ballantrae, Ontario, Canada.

You will notice they are both from the 1800’s, which I already mentioned is the second biggest period of mass push of all these allegedly “ancient” authors. And..they are both from two British propagandists with ties to Oxford and Cambridge.

What a surprise. sarcasm

I guess we’re just supposed to be suitably impressed, today, by the resounding titles and semi-ancientness of the two books? Enough to not pursue it further, perhaps? Well, forget that. Devolving to british authors just makes me interested in who are these two blowhards? This isn’t the first time that I have seen them referenced, and my guess is that they were (and still are) being used to attempt to establish the image of the wonderfulness and enlightenment of “english scholars”.

You’ll forgive me if I don’t just fall right into divine worshipfulness of the Great God Scholar at the moment.

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In Italy at the time, the Catholic Church had been spreading a story for some time that the “royal line” of the nations of Europe were “somehow” descended from Troy. In the mid-1400’s, the presentation of the “ancient” works of Berossus was part of attempting to shore up the flagging Empire of the Pope-King, by trying to give it further legitimacy. How? By the idea of the Pope appearing to have “knowledge of everything” – as per one author’s glowing quote about him.

As the 1400’s wore on, and a truly ridiculous amount of “ancient” manuscripts had been commissioned and then “appeared” – often along the lines “Oh, look what I found in my cupboard!” or under a rock, and so on. actually part of a political campaign…

It became obvious that these were actually part of a political campaign and were forgeries. Questions began to be raised more and more frequently.

So, in their usual convoluted and controlled opposition style, the slavemasters created a “pseudo-Berossus” target (conveniently dead, of course) who was then attacked and debunked.

Watch our author try to explain all this –

Note: I find particularly amusing the “pseudo-Berossus” tag – isn’t that like a double negative?

The fragments of pseudo-Berosus describe a history of the ancient world, from the Flood to the time of Dardanus, the founder of Troy. These were received with enthusiasm in Italy, because they knew the story of Aeneas who had fled the burning city of Troy and re-established his kingdom in Italy, and they knew the Trojan royal line back to Dardanus, but they could not get back any further. The appearance of these missing fragments of Berosus filled an important gap in their history, and also the history of other nations of Europe who believed that their royal line was somehow descended from Troy.

In 1502, only four years after publishing his antiquities, Annius died, and then in 1504 he was criticised by Petrus Crinitus, who claimed that his work was fraudulent, that it never came from either Berosus or Manetho, and he made it all up. This was followed by similar claims from other people, but Annius was unable to answer any of them because he was already dead. The problem was that the source documents that he was supposed to have used could never be found. For a discussion of the entire affair, together with some fragments of pseudo-Berosus, see Asher (3).

The problem was that the source documents that he was supposed to have used could never be found.

Oh, but only those could never be found, eh?

All the other forgers documents could be found.

Is that it?


Sure. I believe them. Were there any winged unicorns or dragons in this story?


medieval propaganda_-_scientology_1992_-_dragons medieval_T_and_O_map_showing_location_of_the_Garden_of_Eden
(T and O map, where Scientology’s “OT” symbol was taken from)


How about any cute oriental girls with live dragon tattoos?


No? Well what good is it then!

Seriously though, you can see that the above medieval propaganda of “secret maps” to enlightenment/god (from this very same time period) has been used all the way up to now. The first two images were taken from a 1992 publication of the Church of Scientology called Advance! – a motivational magazine trying to drum up interest in L. Ron Hubbard’ “advanced” courses called OT levels.

The medieval public “slaying” of the dastardly Annius who <gasp> forged! his documentation of Berossus, was somewhat successful at misdirecting the very proper skepticism of ALL the works that were being “appeared” by focusing on ONE author. An author that they hired and knew perfectly well the work was a forgery and that there were no documents, making it quite easy to “debunk” – see how that works?

Then you have some shills (posing as scholars) look “satisfied” about the whole thing, sort of a Stanford Authority experiment medieval-style, designed to have the public be vindicated that the the “false” works had been found and exposed.

All handled!

That’s that, then.

Well that's that then - hand gesture

Note: You will see the Nesilim slavemasters (British or otherwise) resort to this same tactic repeatedly during the next 500 years.

Lastly, the author we are looking at here, tells us what is “surprising” about all that –

The surprising thing about this story is, not so much the absence of the manuscripts, but the failure on the part of his critics to even ask for them until six years later. If somebody today published a book, claiming that he was in possession of some very ancient manuscripts, the press pack would immediately assemble outside his front door asking to see them. The curators of local and national museums would appear, demanding that the manuscripts should be put on display for everybody to see. Perhaps, in medieval Italy, instead of making the documents available, something different might have happened. The Pope sent a delegation from Rome to Viterbo, which is not very far away, asking to see the manuscripts. Then they bundled them all together and took them to Rome, so they would never see the light of day again. After all, the Vatican prevented people from seeing the Bible for centuries, so why should they not do the same with other important books?

At least, finally the author begins to question things but yet still doesn’t quite “get” it.

Correction: I think the person didn’t want to get it, which is not the same thing as not getting it.

OK. Now we’re going to move on to the “flood story” itself, because it has a key role in the overpopulation propaganda in the 1500’s. I’m going to use this websites version.

…In Berossus’ flood story, “Xisuthrus” (or Sisithrus) is the one who was on the ark during the great flood. His identity is either Noah, Shem, Ham or Jephath. Sisithrus was most likely Ham, given the fact that Ham’s grandson was Nimrod who built the tower of Babel and that the story takes place in Babylon.

Berosus (also spelled Berossus) was a 3rd century BC Chaldean priest who wrote three books in Greek about the creation and the early history of the world. His books are now lost, but fragments have been preserved in citations by other authors. However, it is necessary to distinguish between the authenticated fragments and the so-called “pseudo-Berosus” fragments that are attributed to his name but thought to be fraudulent.

I want to briefly touch on that here again we have the “now lost” explanation, but we also have this concept of “authenticated fragments”.

Ah. See, now there’s the real point to focus on. WHO “authenticated” them? Well, that would be the Pope and his minions, and then later the “humanist” british slavemasters and their minions, resurrected again as “authenticated” in the 1800’s by the two british authors often resorted to as proof (mentioned earlier) well into modern times.

That’s an awfully thin cover story, as you can see. It depends completely on “authorities” – all of which are entirely compromised and controlled right from the get-go!

So, after all that, going all the way down the line on this alleged flood story, so key to both versions of the Bible (Christian and Judaic) we have found that there is no real verifiable basis for it. Worse, the only publication of it is in the midst of an absolutely frenetic period of declamatio forgeries!

– – –

The Vatican Library
and the extraordinarily evil Pope Nicholas V


And when was the Vatican Library actually created – the “authentication” point that contained most of these forged manuscripts and books – all the alleged nine thousand of them? Under Pope Nicholas V within two years of the Fall of Constantinople.

Yes, it’s true. Here we are in the same time period of the mid to late 1400’s – again. believability?…

When it comes to the believability of “authentication” from the people (like the Pope) hiring most of the work – I feel like Jackie Gleason (on the right) in this hilarious scene from The Honeymooners

aliens - right

Yeah right, in other words.

So, I think it appropos that we delve into this Pope Nicholas guy a bit more.

First of all, he was a patron of the humanist movement – and we know what that means now, don’t we. It means that he paid people to write and do things that he wanted done – get it? He used the “humanism” movement for the cultural aggrandizement of the Christian capital, Rome!

He had actually sent recruiters to Constantinople to hire Greek “scholars” for his own purposes. An example is Lorenzo Calla (one of many) whom he paid to “translate” supposed Greek histories (and other supposedly ancient histories) into the newly created language – Latin.

One of the things that also was begun at this time, was a centuries long black propaganda campaign against the Sunni Islamites who had taken Constantinople. On a (perhaps) more serious note, the aftermath of the Fall of Constantinople (1453) is a prime example of history as written by the losers. These emigrees coming into Europe wrote deliberately exaggerated tales of Ottoman brutality.

Note: It was called the Ottoman Empire because of Osman I. His father, backed by the competing (and still hidden) Nesilim faction, was Ertugrul, and he arrived in Anatolia from Turkmenistan with 400 horsemen to aid the Seljuks against the Roman Catholic Church territory of the Byzantines.(The Nesilim had been well known for their horses – training etc.) The Seljuks was actually where the double-headed eagle symbol of the Nesilim showed up after long being dormant.


Osman I then pushed the frontiers of Turkish settlement right up toward the edge of the Byzantine Empire, his people ultimately taking the capital Constantinople in 1453.

Even hundreds of years later, what actually was going on there in Turkey is still suppressed history, and what we have been given instead is the vilification of the Ottomans (Turkey) as the prevalent opinion in the Western world.  This makes it even more of note that the Ottoman Empire was the real target, actually, of WWI and the combined pact of the British slavemasters and the Catholic Church – not those “dastardly” Germans. The villification is still going on – you would know it better as “terrorist Muslims”.

Pope Nicholas V mentor was Pope Eugene IV, an extremely corrupt man who lived a life full of sadistic debauchery.

One wonders why he was placed in the role of being a “spiritual” leader.


It was under Eugene that the European slave-trading of Africans began with “fees” enriching the Catholic Church, utilizing the Portugeuse as the slave-traders.

capturing african slaves

It was in 1441 that the Portuguese captains Antão Gonçalves and Nuno Tristão captured 12 Africans in Cabo Branco (modern Mauritania) and take them to Portugal as slaves.

By 1444, the Portugeuse had formed a company for human-trafficking of all the enslaved Africans. The company was founded by Lançarote de Freitas, a tax-collector from the Portuguese town of Lagos. On 8 August he landed 235 kidnapped and enslaved Africans in Lagos, this was the first large group of African slaves brought to Europe.

A later painting depicts the “europeanization” of these poor people – I find this so beyond-the-pale, it’s hard to put into words, but I think you need to see this.

europeanizing the african slaves“The Three Mulattoes of Esmereldas” (1599)

Pope Eugene became ill from sexual diseases, and as he lay dying he nominated Cardinal Piccolomini (Nicholas V real name) as his successor. In March 1447 he was elected Pope.

I think this picture of Eugene IV’s nephew goes a long way to showing just how icky these people were.

eugene IV nephew PietrobarboNote the mega-Nesilim nose he’s got going.
(See book Scientology Roots, Chapter 5)


Pope Nicholas V was deeply involved in searching for “ancient” knowledge of black arts – which in modern terms means he was looking to try and give himself “super powers” – and he was also looking for new and unusual ways of torturing “non-believers” and enemies. Perhaps these “interests” of the Catholic Church – ergo the Nesilim – could explain the later obsession with similar experimentations such as MKUltra.

At any rate, his interest was certainly in looking for ways to control the minds of men, and fabricating a supposedly rich history for themselves (these Catholic Nesilim) was definitely a large part of his interest in creating this “library”.

This was the man who started the whole St. Francis of Assisi hoax, saying that he had a “vision” from God about him. How convenient, right? Yet again trying to establish his “personal line to god.”

Worse, this was the man who actually legalized the enslavement of African “infidels” with profits going to the Catholic Church. He issued “Dum Diversas” (18 June 1452) authorizing King Alfonso V of Portugal to “attack, conquer, and subjugate Saracens, pagans and other enemies of Christ wherever they may be found.


What this means is –

ANY non-Christians were now reduced to the status of slaves.


The Pope then proceeded to enrich himself and the treasury of the Church through this sanctioning of slavery, by the creation of  the ‘sugar-slave complex’. Sugar is first planted in the Portuguese island of Madeira and, for the first time, African slaves are now forced to work. They were taken to these plantations on a work-or-die mandate.

Romanus Pontifex, issued on January 8, 1455, then sanctioned the purchase of black slaves from “the infidel”.

His excuse?

“… many Guineamen and other negroes, taken by force, and some by barter of unprohibited articles, or by other lawful contract of purchase, have been … converted to the Catholic faith, and it is hoped, by the help of divine mercy, that if such progress be continued with them, either those peoples will be converted to the faith or at least the souls of many of them will be gained for Christ.”

One cringes to think just what that “conversion” process consisted of.

It most certainly was not “Christ” he was looking to “gain” those poor slaves for, nor did he give a fig for their “souls”.

It was power and money, plain and simple, that he was after. He was trying to shore up that faction of the Nesilim – the Catholics – and their insane world-domination plans.

Nicholas was a real live slavemaster, in other words.

Pope nicholas V by Peter_Paul_Rubens in 1616That’s one heck of a Nesilim nose he’s got going there.


He also looks downright insane. Although, it should be mentioned that this painting was not done until over a hundred and fifty years after he died, so who knows how accurate that even is.

Note: We get forgeries and misrepresentations even in paintings/portraits – don’t overlook that as a propaganda medium. It was used quite often to convey whatever impression was wanted at the time of painting. At that time, for this painting, is when the Catholic Church was still trying to wiggle it’s way back into the previous methods of control of various parts of the world, and the opposing Nesilim faction – the “humanists” – weren’t exactly going along with that. I’m not surprised to see that paintings of old and dead popes (promoted as “humanists”) were being commissioned.

It was also under Nicholas V, in 1452, that his Dominican Inquisitor Nicholas Jacquier “confirms” witchcraft as heresy in Flail Against the Heresy of Witchcraft thereby justifying European witchhunts. This began the burning of over 200,000 people over the next two hundred years – mostly women – on the charge of Witchcraft.

Slavery and burning witches began with this guy?

Oh my god – the evil of this man!


Horrifically, this man was made a Saint later on!

“Under Article 64.6 of the Covenant of One-Heaven (Pactum De Singularis Caelum) by Special Qualification shall be known as a Saint, with all sins and evil acts they performed forgiven.”

What is wrong with these people…and what is wrong with the people who would even think of believing any thing they say or espouse – including the bible!


So, after merrily consigning 3/4 of the human race to slavery and starting a rampage against all intelligent, beautiful, and able women everywhere, Nicholas hires his army of declamatio writers to create his “history” for him.

Then, after commissioning all these “greek scholars”, he founded this library of nine thousand volumes of whatever they had produced for him.

You probably won’t be too surprised, at this point, to know that one of the shore stories* was that these “ancient” manuscripts had been “rescued” after the fall of Constantinople.

*See: Definition of “Shore Story” – US Navy Slang – Intelligence Term

In a glimpse of what I said earlier concerning why they were furiously inventing all this clap-trip fictional history – part of their obsession with their image – there is an interesting quote from Pope Pius II that shows what I’m talking about as to why they wanted all this “knowledge” created for them. Pius II said about Pope Nicholas V, as to how “erudite” he was: “…what he does not know is outside the range of human knowledge“.

Wow – see how grandiose and arrogant that is – “outside” the range of human knowledge?

This guy?

Pope nicholas V by Peter_Paul_Rubens in 1616

Come on.

come on!

From what I understand, he was one of the few popes back then who could actually read and write his own name, but hey, he’s Mr. Enlightened.

sarcasm little guy

By the way, in my husband’s book, Scientology Roots, he has a chapter that goes into the background of the Nesilim quite a bit, following their symbol – the double-headed eagle.

Besides the Seljuks, the other place it landed was with Frederick II, interestingly enough.


One of the other things that Pope Nicholas did, was that he wooed German Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III, by among other things, offering for him to basically not have to pay as much to the Catholic Church. He was aggressively going after Frederick because he was afraid he would act as a rallying point for the “enemies” of the Church (meaning the other Nesilim faction) so, they made a deal. in 1448, Frederick entered into the Vienna Concordat with the Pope, which remained in force until 1806 and regulated the relationship between the Habsburgs and the Holy See.

Nicholas obtained his rights to senior church appointments throughout the German Reich, and in return Nicholas crowned Frederick as Emperor in St Peter’s in Rome in March 1452, in what was the last imperial coronation there.

Prior to his imperial coronation, Frederick was hereditary Duke of Austria (as Frederick V) from 1424 and elected King of Germany (as Frederick IV) from 1440.

He was the first emperor of the House of Habsburg.

The same year that he was crowned, the Pope asked him to marry the daughter of King Edward of Portugal (to further cement the Catholic “empire” against their “enemies”). So, despite the fact that Frederick was a homosexual and steered clear of any women generally, he went ahead and married the 18-year-old Infanta Eleanor. She was basically sold to him, in exchange for his allegiance her sizable dowry allevated his debts and cemented his power.

She doesn’t look very happy to be with him, I can just imagine how that must have been, the poor kid. Note his very prominent Nesilim nose, much like Pope Nicholas’s.


Enea Silvio Piccolomini, later Pope Pius II, who at one time worked at Frederick’s court, described him as a person who wanted to conquer the world while remaining seated, an interesting portrayal to be sure.

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Slaves and Colonies


Now that slavery had been given the “papal” blessing by Nicholas V slave-trading became absolutely rampant throughout Europe.

The first African slaves arrived in Spain in 1501. By 1518, King Charles I of Spain approved the shipping of slaves directly from Africa as a trade.

Human slavery, despite all the flowery protestations of “humanism” trying to distract you, was also the cornerstone of the fledgling British Empire. That term itself, British Empire, having been coined by slavemaster agent Dr. John Dee.

By 1841, according to Sir Henry Bartle Frere (who sat on the India Viceroy’s Council), there were an estimated 8 or 9 million slaves in British India alone.

Within less than a decade of Queen Elizabeth taking the throne – , with slavemaster whisperer William Cecil at her elbow – England had gained a prominent role in the Atlantic slave trade. The “slave triangle” was a route pioneered by Francis Drake and his associates.

slave trade triangle - liverpool musems

This website gives a good description of it.

The Triangular Trade

The Slave Trade

The Transatlantic Slave Trade had three stages:


  • Slave ships from Britain left ports like London, Liverpool and Bristol for West Africa carrying goods such as cloth, guns, ironware and alcohol that had been made in Britain.
  • Later, on the West African coast, these goods would be traded for men, women and children who had been captured by slave traders or bought from African chiefs.


  • African dealers kidnapped people from villages up to hundreds of miles inland. One of these people was Quobna Ottabah Cugoano who described in the autobiography how the slavers attacked with pistols and threatened to kill those who did not obey. They marched the captives to the coast where they would be traded for goods. The prisoners would be forced to march long distances, as Major Galan described, with their hands tied behind their backs and their necks connected by wooden yokes.
  • On the African coast, European traders bought enslaved peoples from traveling African dealers or nearby African chiefs. Families were separated.
  • The traders held the enslaved Africans until a ship appeared, and then sold them to a European or African captain. It often took a long time for a captain to fill his ship. He rarely filled his ship in one spot. Instead he would spend three to four months sailing along the coast, looking for the fittest and cheapest slaves.
  • Ships would sail up and down the coast filling their holds with enslaved Africans. On the brutal ‘Middle Passage‘ (stage 2 here) enslaved Africans were densely packed onto ships that would carry them to the West Indies.
  • There were many cases of violent resistance by Africans against slave ships and their crews. These included attacks from the shore by  ‘free’ Africans against ships or longboats and many cases of shipboard revolt by slaves.


  • In the West Indies enslaved Africans would be sold to the highest bidder at slave auctions.
  • Once they had been bought, enslaved Africans worked for nothing on plantations.
  • They belonged to the plantation owner, like any other possession, and had no rights at all. The enslaved Africans were often punished very harshly.
  • Enslaved Africans resisted against their enslavement in many ways, from revolution to silent, personal resistance. Some refused to be enslaved and took their own lives. Sometimes pregnant women preferred abortion to bringing a child into slavery.
  • On the plantations, many enslaved Africans tried to slow down the pace of work by pretending to be ill, causing fires or ‘accidentally’ breaking tools. Whenever possible, enslaved Africans ran away. Some escaped to South America, England or North America. Also there were hundreds of slave revolts.
  • Two thirds of the enslaved Africans, taken to the Americas, ended up on sugar plantations. Sugar was used to sweeten another crop harvested by enslaved Africans in the West Indies – coffee.
  • With the money made from the sale of enslaved Africans, goods such as sugar, coffee and tobacco were bought and carried back to Britain for sale at huge profits. The ships were also loaded with produce from the plantations for the voyage home.

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A good example of one of these trips, was the 1568 trip that John Hawkins and Francis Drake took. On this voyage alone, they had brought 450 men, women, and children from the coast of West Africa to be sold as slaves.

They were packed in like sardines, as was the usual inhumane procedure – justified as being both “practical and profitable”.

slaves were packed in tight

Per records of this trip “most” had survived the eight-week crossing – the brutal “Middle Passage”. Hawkins and Drake were so pleased, they had obtained good prices for their slaves, 29,743 gold pesos plus quantities of silver and pearls – such a deal.



To read even now…

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Note: This is part of why we call them Slavemasters – they really were, and they really are. Don’t let them fool you, nothing has changed underneath.

At age 23, Drake had made his first voyage to the Americas, sailing with his second cousin, Sir John Hawkins with ships from his relatives at Plymouth, England.


Drake was referred to by the Spanish as El Draque, meaning “The Dragon.”

Spurred on by Cecil and assorted slavemaster Igors, Queen Elizabeth wanted (Cecil wanted, really) England to dominate the profits from trading humans, and to do that, they needed to take it away from Spain. This idea, incidentally, also had the added bonus of siphoning money away from the coffers of the Catholic Church – typical Nesilim behavior.

This same trip that Drake and John Hawkins were on, was only Drake’s second trip. But, an incident during this second trip gained him accolades from Queen Elizabeth. That incident was an attack by the Spanish fleet at San Juan de Ulua, near Veracruz, Mexico.

The six English slave-trading ships were in the harbor for repairs after having been through a terrible storm, and only two ships survived the attack, those commanded by Hawkins and Drake; the Spanish did not want the English competing in their slave-trading business.

This battle was used as the “call to arms” to finance a series of battles, ultimately resulting in the war that Cecil had wanted in the first place – the war between Spain and England. In 1588, just twenty years later, England crushed the Spanish Armada. Most important to Cecil, England became the dominant world power. Drake, was second in command in that war.

You will notice that the slave-trading triangle that Hawkins and Drake pioneered, really took off in 1568. In order to increase the profits from this venture, they needed more colonies (which means they needed more people to go there) ergo with that achieved, these additional or expanded colonies would then be needing more slaves to work the plantations, these same slaves could be traded for more goods. See how they think? They were using these people exactly like the Catholic Nesilims – no difference!

And they call themselves the “light of the world“…

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Dee, one of Cecil’s main propaganda mouthpieces-for-hire, began helping with this “expansion” (as did others) and here is where our overpopulation propaganda first begins showing up. We’re now going to take a time-tour of some examples of that.

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Dee wrote a letter to William Cecil in October 1574 seeking patronage. In it, he spoke of having occult knowledge of treasure in the Welsh Marches, and of valuable ancient manuscripts kept at Wigmore Castle (where Cecil’s ancestors allegedly came from).

Reference: John Strype, Annals of the Reformation, Oxford (1824), vol.ii, part ii, no. XLV, 558–563



In a discourse as part of searching for the elusive “northwest passage” to India and China, Sir Humphrey Gilbert said regarding overpopulation:

Also we might inhabit some part of those countryes, and settle there such needy people of our countrey, which now trouble the commonwealth, and through want here at home are inforced to commit outragious offences, whereby they are dayly consumed with the gallowes.

Reference – Hakluyt VII, p. 286

Outrageous offenses could be as paltry as that of a starving person taking a discarded heel of bread, and then gettting hung for it! sarcasm cartoonishPerish the thought, that the British nobility go without their justly deserved meals of such “vital” things like larks tongue salad, and actually feed their brethren.

Humphrey, by the way, was a half-brother (through his mother) of Sir Walter Raleigh and cousin of Sir Richard Grenville. He would become a pioneer of the English colonial empire in North America, and was looking to drum up people and finances for this endeavor suggested by William Cecil.

Once Dee had his “official” patron, it is within the context of specific voyages that Dee prepared his early imperial works. The first, the General and Rare Memorials Pertayning to the Perfecte Arte of Navigation was written in 1576 to promote Frobisher’s voyage and the trading goals of the Muscovy Company. It was published at a key time in 1577, in September, with copies being furnished to important crown officials.

Reference – John Strype, Annals of the Reformation, Oxford (1824), vol.ii, part ii, no. XLV, 558–563

Remember the “Sidney Group”? The group included ‘favorites’ of Queen Elizabeth, such as Sir Edward Dyer and Sir Philip Sidney (related to William Cecil). Both of these men were Dee’s students, and their goal (spurred by William Cecil) was the creation of an empire that would bring wealth to their monarch (to them), increase British importance in foreign affairs, and spread the Protestant ’cause’.

The “Sidney group” was tightly controlled by William Cecil, both directly and through Sir Christopher Hatton, who by 1577 was both vice-chamberlain and a privy councillor. To help coordinate propaganda, agent-provocateur activities, and the spreading of disinformation such as this ‘overpopulation’ myth, they were also in close touch with Cecil’s spymaster, Francis Walsingham.

Earlier that year (1576) William Cecil had Dyer make Dee aware of Frobisher’s northwest attempt and “encouraged” him to become active in the enterprise.

In spy-speak, this meant that Cecil wanted Dee to run Frobisher and Michael Lok as agents. Prior to their departure, Dee provided “instructions” – whatever those were – and brought money to them so they could leave. By August, while Frobisher was still out, was when Dee wrote his General and Rare Memorials in six days. He did this at Cecil’s request (through the Sidney group), as part of a PR plan that involved portraying by backdated declamatio tactic, that Queen Elizabeth held dominion over a vast territory covering most of the Northern Hemisphere.

Exactly as he was ordered, in his book Dee advocated the creation of a large trading corporation under state annexation. This enterprise could be protected by a standing navy of sixty or more ships, fully manned and equipped, which would ensure that British merchants could travel unassailed into all parts of the world.

This was what would become the East India Trading company in 1600, which shows how far back Cecil had that plan in mind.

Dee argued that for a land to “belong” to a country (meaning Spain) it had to be “taken”, meaning a physical act that required more than mere discovery.

Dee argued that since the “British Ocean” was part of the British Empire, foreign countries could only enter it for the purposes of trade but had no right to extract commodities such as fish from the waters and ore and minerals from land!

Dee also proposed that all foreign persons be charged customs, which the navy would be responsible for collecting and remitting.

This is where you first get the Domination of the Seas idea occurring, one that would continue to be asserted all the way down into the 20th century! (See U.S. Senator Borah “Freedom of the Seas” speech)

Reference used – Discourse on History, Geography, and Law: John Dee and the Limits of the British Empire, 1576-80, Canadian Journal of History, April 1, 2001, Ken MacMillan.


By far the main thrust of Dee’s book was as an appeal to the English nation to see its greatest resource as its connection with the sea and to assert British claims to foreign lands.

Dee also threw in the rather flimsy story of “the Tudor Lineage”, where he “traced” it back to 15th century declamatio Kings and  “heroes” such as the Trojan hero Brutus – and we already know where that history came from the spurious and undocumentable Berossus. Dee spiced things up with “histories” of King Arthur, stories, and the Welsh Prince Madoc – whose name he had literally pulled from a song he heard in a pub from a drunken man. He tried to gain the support of the English and Welsh (to spend money and people on colonization efforts) by telling the story that King Arthur and Prince Madoc had gone on an expedition over the North Pole – or some such – and had discovered America hundreds of years earlier.

Standard (as I see them) declamatio tactics were used. For example, there is an alleged “letter” telling Dee all this, which rather conveniently absolved him of being the source.

Dee cites that he “received” on April 20, 1577 (from Gerardus Mercator) a letter of the so-called King Arthur expedition.


Oh, sure.

Regarding that “letter” –

[. . .] in which the great cartographer related the story of King Arthur’s incursion into the northern “indrawing” seas around the Pole in the year 530. Mercator cited sources showing that some of the 4,000 members of the expedition who were lost had survived, the proof being that eight of their descendants appeared at the king of Norway’s court in 1364.

– biography of Dee by Benjamin Woolley, The Queen’s Conjuror (2001) p 127, referencing a 1956 discussion by E. G. R. Tayor, of a letter now (1956?)in the British Library, source giving these sources is here.

There are stories trying to backdate this Madoc story to the 12th century, which of course there was nothing whatsoever to back that up as, date-wise. This myth, came actually from a conveniently dead person, and was “found” just in time for Dee’s book. The document (that Dee and friends created) was titled as being by Humphrey Lhoyd, “The historie of Cambria now called Wales”.*

*See also “Brytanici Imperii Limites,” British Library Additional MS 59681


Like Nicholas V had commissioned a century earlier, Dee resorted to inventing (and using already invented) “big names” of antiquity to shore up Cecil’s plans to have an “earlier claim” over America than Columbus and the Spaniards. It was in this book, that Dee presented the coined term, the British Empire  – an empire that strangely enough? Included a sizable portion of the North American continent.

Wow! How serendipitous, right? Just like he was PAID to do!

As I said, Dee was trying to find a legitimization for English claims on North America, but he was also trying to find a way to skirt the Treaty of Tordesillas between Spain and Portugal.

As you might have gathered, Dee’s propaganda was not so good at first. But, with tutelage by Cecil and others, his “documentation” (lies) became more involved and harder to pin down as being lies.

Now, at the same time as writing General and rare memorials pertayning to the Perfect Arte of Navigation, he was also composing Brytanici Imperii Limites. Especially in this work, Dee referred not only to King Arthur but to Madoc, a Welsh prince, said to have sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in 1170. This is where it has been alleged that he used the term Atlantis for America, and this reference to Atlantis was later used by his pupil Francis Bacon.

Reference — biography of Dee by Benjamin Woolley, The Queen’s Conjuror (2001) p 119


The Lord Madoc, sonne of Owen Gwyndd prince of NorthWales, leaving his brothers in contention, and warre for their inheritance sought, by sea (westerlie from Irland), for some forein, and—Region to plant hymselfe in with soveranity: wth Region when he had found, he returned to Wales againe and hym selfe wth Shipps, vituals, and men and women sufficient for the coloniy, wth spedely he leed into the peninsula; then named Farquara; but of late Florida or into some of the Provinces, and territories neere ther abouts: and in Apalchen, Mocosa, or Norombera: then of these 4 beinge notable portions of the ancient Atlantis, no longer—nowe named America“.

– “Brytanici Imperii Limites,” British Library Additional MS 59681 p. 53

So, see? He used the already spurious forgery story of Atlantis, and said that it was America!

In Brytannici Imperii Limites he began the process of inventing the so-called “imperial claims” to North America. Dee traced and justified British rights to those “Sondrye foreyne Regions, discovered, inhabited, and partlie Conquered by the Subjects of this Brytish Monarchie.

Dee stated that the extent of those holdings, with Her Majesty’s –

…title Royall to all the coasts, and lands beginning at or about Terra Florida, and so alongst, or neere unto Atlantis goinge Northerly: and then to all the most northern Islands great and small.

Florida was Spain’s territory, so you can see what that was really about.

The complete work was a compendium of little pieces of truth, but predominantly manufactured historical, legal, literary, and cartographic materials and arguments to substantiate those claims. To that end, he cited voyages, mixing very little truth and a whole lot of fiction – voyages of King Arthur, Saint Brendean, Malgo, “a Friar of Oxford,” John and Sebastian Cabot, Stephen Borough, Martin Frobisher, and Madoc to support his thesis.

However much colorful fiction Dee was engaging in works-for-hire, he also made sure to have a very pragmatic foothold into any new American colonies.

But Dee secured for himself grants of land in the continent which he preferred to call Atlantis, both from Sir Humfrey Gilbert and from Sir George Peckham when their plans for colonization were afoot, ••

1956 discussion by E. G. R. Tayor

Dee composed one other manuscript, Of Famous and Rich Discoveries (1577) to promote Frobisher’s second voyage and Francis Drake’s circumnavigation of the globe, which departed in November of that year.

A collection of four manuscripts total, had been prepared on commission in 1577-78. Dee presented them when he met with Elizabeth, Francis Walsingham, and William Cecil. They were preparing to start the establishment of the first English colonies in the New World, Frobisher’s settlement in the North Atlantic and Gilbert’s in North America.

Reference – John Strype, Annals of the Reformation, Oxford (1824), vol.ii, part ii, no. XLV, 558–563

Before I leave off this point in time, I simply have to tell you what Dee’s excuse was as to why there were no records to prove the King Arthur expedition/claim to North America.

Did you guess it yet?

In his Brytanici Imperii Limites he says that there once were many proofs of Arthur’s conquests, but…

willfully and wickedlie (as by sondrie credible gentlemen I have heard it testefied), this Polijdor burnt [them], yea a whole carte load almost.

– “Brytanici Imperii Limites,” British Library Additional MS 59681 p. 53

Oh! They were all burned. A whole cartload even! That explains it perfectly.

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Isn’t that interesting though? Like I said earlier, they have been using the same dang lies of war, fire, flood, to both hide real documents or explain missing (never existed) ones, for hundreds of years!

Moving on…



October 28th – Cecil covertly has Dee summoned to court, presents his “evidence” of the crowns “rights” to Greenland etc., literally days after the Spanish ambassador lodged an official complaint upon Francis Drake’s return from his famous circumnavigation. Cecil publicly played coy and “considering” but making no decisions as yet.

On the 28th day of the month, he wrote in his Diary’: “I declared to the Queene her title to Greenland etc. Estotiland, Friseland”. A summary of the evidence which he offered her is to be found on the back of a map compiled for him, which is dated 1580, from which we learn that the British Empire ran from Terra Florida across the Pole to Nova Zemlya (which he identified with one of the Friar’s four land areas).

The English title to all these lands was “by discovery, inhabitation or conquest”.

1956 discussion by E. G. R. Tayor

By this time, it had been realised that the Brits would need a library of declamatio crap to buttress up such claims (like Nicholas V had done) so Dee, with a lot of help from the spy network, had built an English repository of “the whole of Renaissance thought” – and we know what that really means now, don’t we?


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As a result of this project of “enlightenment” gathering, Dee’s home at Mortlake contained over four thousand volumes, consisting of three thousand printed books and over one thousand in manuscript. At that time, the libraries of Oxford and Cambridge together numbered less than a quarter of that total. Mortlake acted as the Elizabethan equivalent of a university research center.

Dee was pioneering (for the slavemasters) the beginnings of what would become international law, to establish English sovereignty over new found lands.

In a sense, being an inside in the slavemaster network himself, Dee essentially turned the Catholic propaganda efforts at legitimization in the 1400’s, against them (Spain).

The pope, through earlier declamatio works-for-hire, had commissioned some of the “ancient” Greek writings to discuss law and other such dry topics to make this bogus history more “real”. Dee than used some of those, expanded on them, and argued (like a lawyer) that possession was not an act of will or intent as the Spanish and the Pope had previously aggrandized it – will of god type of thing. He argued that possession of a new land had to be from physical presence and effective control – a rather interesting qualifier.

He then did the word-parsing game, and challenged the language of Pope Alexander VI’s papal bull awarding all terra incognita to the Spanish and Portuguese.

Terra Incognita means hidden realm, so if King Arthur had already discovered it (and Prince Madoc), as Dee “documented”, then it wasn’t a hidden realm and couldn’t be part of the papal bull award – get it?

Tricky, but just total hair-splitting and not a lick of truth to the actual claim. A very good example of perfidious Albion, for sure.

Now that they had that all sorted out, the push would begin in earnest.

Note: An amusing point is that Dee’s maps were all wrong (of America), and Drake sailed only up one side, so none of them actually had any clue just how huge America was!

Dee’s map he presented in 1580 – not very clear, I know, but the point is he had America/Atlantis in the wrong place and not even close to the right size, plus he had England as about 10 times the size it actually was.

dees map of western hemisphere 1780

His local work done, Dee gets sent on mission to the Hapsburg Empire shortly thereafter. I’ll be writing about what all that was about in a separate library article.

I will give you this tidbit now, that one of the things that Dee was engaged in was developing codes, real codes, not “coded ancient knowledge” as many propagandists have fallen into the trap of. As part of that mission, when Dee was in Prague he worked with Constantinople emigree’ Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel to create the Kabbala/Numerology. It was created partially as false “ancient” esoteric propaganda, but that was it’s outer “cover”. It was really just a complex code for spy operations but people, even today, are still falling for it’s propaganda outer cover.




Now that the groundwork of “proof” of England’s claim to Atlantis/America was laid by Dee, they had to make good on it and get some colonies going. It was in 1582 that the first big push of propaganda towards colonizing began, by “client” authors such as Humphrey Gilbert, Richard Hakluyt, George Peckham, and Walter Raleigh.

They began exhorting people to look westward to the New World for “relief from overpopulation and unemployment.

Their arguments ranged from addressing potential financiers (nobles, usually) on a purely monetary basis, to trying to attract people by “moral” (and highly spurious) and “godly” goals.

Let’s have a look.

#1 – Sir George Peckham
The Advantages of Colonization (1582)
you can read some of it here.

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Peckham argues that a primary benefit of colonizing America would be to reduce the:

great numbers [of people] which live in such penurie and want, as they could be contented to hazard their lives

by relocating themselves to the dangerous world of America.

Peckham resorts to the God argument, as to why England is overpopulated, and blames it on God!

it hath pleased God of his great goodness, of long time to hold his merciful hand over this realm, in preserving the people of the same, both from slaughter by the sword, and great death by plague [and] pestilence.

Peckham lays out what the “threats” are in America, and then makes a bid for more weapons needed fo threats that might surface eventually.

After making clear what the threats are, Peckham turns to a supplementary need for arms that might surface eventually:

But if after these good and fair means used, the Savages nevertheless will not be herewithall satisfied, but barbarously will go about to practise violence either in repelling the Christians from their Ports and safelandings, or in withstanding them afterwards to enjoy the rights for which both painfully and lawfully they have adventured themselves thither:

Then in such a case I hold it no breach of equitie for the Christians to defend themselves, to pursue revenge with force, and to do whatsoever is necessary for the attaining of their safety: For it is allowable by all Laws in such distresses, to resist violence with violence: And for their more security to increase their strength by building of Forts for avoiding the extremity of injurious dealing.

As one modern author pointed out:

One wonders, of course, precisely when and how the “loving conversation” of Christian discourse with the natives turned so quickly and absolutely into a need to build “Forts for avoiding the extremity of injurious dealing,” how and why it got to that point in fact before any significant number of Englishmen even left Europe for the New World.

Peckham invents a false threat of “cannabilistic neighbors” that the poor, helpless Indians needed Europe’s help defending themselves from.

the ignorant and barbarous idolaters [will be] taught to know Christ, the innocent [will be] defended from their bloody tyrannicale neighbours, [and] the diabolical custom of sacrificing human creatures [will be] abolished.

What’s important here, is the obvious knowledge that people who already live there aren’t going to be too impressed with England’s idiotic propaganda that if they go there and live, therefore it’s now theirs!

One just can’t imagine why the native peoples wouldn’t be swayed by such arguments…

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Following this ridiculousness, Peckham starts forwarding Dee’s false (and long and torturous) arguments for the justification of the right of Europeans to:

invade the New World and to suppress any and all native resistance to their presence by whatever means were necessary.


Interestingly enough, he also used the same argument that Pope Nicholas V used to justify slavery!

Native Americans were heathens, non-believers.


Peckham explains the “true” mission of the colonizers as being:

in respect of the most happy and gladsome tidings of the most glorious Gospel of our Saviour Jesus Christ, whereby they may be brought from falsehood to truth, from darkness to light, from the highway of death, to the path of life, from superstitious idolatrie to sincere Christianity, from the devil to Christ, from hell to heaven.

the ignorant and barbarous idolaters [will be] taught to know Christ…

In other words, the propaganda invented to justify the invasion of America – claiming that their benevolent presence among the natives would naturally result in the conversion of the heathen masses to the “gladsome tidings of the most glorious Gospel”!

Oh naturally…right.


Peckham then justifies the taking of plunder from the New World by claiming that:

if in respect of all the commodities they can yield us (were they many more) that they should but receive this only benefit of Christianity, they were more then fully recompensed.

So, let me get this straight, Peckham is saying that purely by offering the “gift” of Christianity, that is pay for enslaving them, killing them, invading their homes and taking their stuff?

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Perhaps this later political satire of just what these “gifts” of the Europeans actually were – would be appropriate to interject here.

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The bottom line of all this is that their base argument – of the nasty, puffed up little peacock British slavemasters – is as animalistic and stupid as these seagulls are portrayed in Finding Nemo.


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Sitting on their silly little rock (island) and yelling to the rest of the world that it is theirs!

Peckham says, that if only this colonization effort would be embarked upon:

“Then shall her Majesties dominions be enlarged, her highness’ ancient titles justly confirmed, all odious idleness from this our Realm utterly banished, divers decayed towns repaired, and many poore and needy persons relived, and estates of such as now live in want shall be embettered.”

Ooh! Odius idleness…how colorful. That means…will not work for them.

<gasp> Perish the thought! sarcasm little guy

Time for a little political satire, says I.

Slavemaster idea alert!

George Peckham

Scene: Nighttime in Peckham’s study, the flickering flame of candles dancing shadows upon the walls, Peckham has been pondering and pondering on his task of trying to sell people on up and moving to America (without telling them the real reason why)

Suddenly! He has an ephiphany. We feel privileged to have been present at the time of this glorious solution. Here’s what he came up with.

I know!

We’ll tell them they can go to America and be free! (while they actually are working for us)

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“Oh thank you, thank you. It was nothing.”

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And America is on it’s way to becoming “enlightened”…

Yikes, eh? But so very accurate.

I like what this author said about this –

The only fly still left buzzing around in the closed crypt of Eurocentric perfidy is the fact that there has never been a statute of limitation on genocide.

You got that right.

A reckoning is more than overdue.

The Reckoning



To help further this whole Britain owns America myth, Peckham is elected the front man, the public face for Dee’s Madoc/King Arthur story – he had been being “educated” into how to play that whole angle, by Dee in 1582.

Ref – The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee and the Catalogue of His Library of ManuscriptsÖEditied by James O. Halliwell. Camden Society Publications, vol. 19. London, 1842. P. 16.

Peckham published True Report of the Late Discoveries and Possession Taken in the Right of the Crown of England, of the New-Found Lands, by that Valiant and Worthy Gentleman, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Knight. in 1583.

John Hawkins wrote a commendary poem for the book, encouraging young men to colonize the New World, and urging those too old to colonize to support them.

England, says Hawkins, is so “pestered now and choked through want of ground,” that “for the want of place they crawl one o’er another’s back.

Reference – Mr. John Hawkins, His Opinion of This Intended Voyage – Commendary verse prefacing Sir George Peckham’s A True Report of the Late Discoveries of the New-Found Lands (1583)

Peckham compared English colonization of the New World to the expansion of the Roman and Athenian empires, and promises adventurers that their troubles will bring glory to God and country, and profit to themselves.

Peckham had been working in conjunction with Humphrey Gilbert as well, trying to lay claims to America.

The third chapter simply has to be seen to be believed, it’s so over-the-top.

Do note the origin of the term plantation, which came from “planting” – an english term for colonization of another land.

The third chapter doth show the lawful title, which the Queen’s most excellent Majesty hath unto those countries, which through the aid of almighty God are meant to be inhabited.

And it is very evident that the planting [colonization] there shall in time right amply enlarge her Majesty’s territories and dominions, or (I might rather say) restore her to her Highness’s ancient right and interest in those countries, into which a noble and worthy personage, lineally descended from the blood royal, born in Wales, named Madoc ap Owain Gwynedd, departing from the coast of England, about the year of our Lord God 1170, arrived and planted there himself, and his colonies, and afterward returned himself into England, leaving certain of his people there, as appeareth in an ancient Welsh chronicle, where he then gave certain islands, beasts, and fowls, sundry Welsh names, as the Island of Penguin, which yet to this day beareth the same.

From the Welsh pen (head), and gwyn (white). Penguins, in fact, have black and white heads, and are not found around the Gulf of Mexico.

There is likewise a fowl in the said countries, called by the same name at this day, and is as much to say in English, Whitehead, and in truth, the said fowls have white heads. . . .

Moreover, there are divers other Welsh words at this day in use . . . all which most strongly argueth the said prince to have inhabited there. And the same in effect is confirmed by Mutuzuma, that mighty Emperor of Mexico, who in an oration unto his subjects, made in the presence of Hernan Cortes, used these speeches following.

“Mutuzuma” is the Emperor Moctezuma (or Montezuma), who welcomed the Spanish conquistador Cortes to the city of Mexico on November 8th, 1519. There are competing versions of what Moctezuma said on this occasion. Peckham here draws on Cortes’s own account of the meeting.

My kinsmen, friends, and servants . . . you ought to have in remembrance that either you have heard of your fathers, or else our divines have instructed you, that we are not naturally of this country, nor yet our kingdom is durable, for our forefathers came from a far country, and their king and captain who brought them hither, returned again to his natural country, saying that he would send such as would rule and govern us, if by chance he himself returned not, etc.

These be the very words of Mutuzuma, set down in the Spanish chronicles, the which being thoroughly considered, because they have relation to some strange noble person, who long before had possessed those countries, do all sufficiently argue the undoubted title of her Majesty. For as much as no other nation can truly by any chronicles they can find, make prescription of time* for themselves, before the time of this Prince Madoc.

*Prescription of time legal term, meaning right based on long or uninterrupted possession.
True Report of the Late Discoveries and Possession Taken in the Right of the Crown of England, of the New-Found Lands, by that Valiant and Worthy Gentleman, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Knight.


Saying this as drily as possible, Clearly an imaginary Welshman of royal lineage, of course, to which all documentation had been “destroyed in a fire” by wicked people, and based on testimony from Montezuma himself, there was a completely sound basis for a legal claim to the New World!

game of thrones - eye roll

Oh, and let’s not forget, this famed explorer did this utterly amazing! deed of navigating the North Atlantic ocean three hundred years prior to Columbus!

The bottom line is that Spain was going to have to be defeated in War first, and the fledgling slavemaster government’s profits from the slave trade built into a fortune, before any of it was going to work. So, although there were settlements, such as the Roanoke, Virginia one, they were all dismal failures from a slavemaster point-of-view – not enough profit, you see.

Accordingly, William Cecil steadily built up the finances of the fledgling government, together with Gresham, all part of the plan. So, by the time the Stuart’s took the throne – at the backing of Cecil’s son Robert –  the government had the financial wherewithal to begin to support financially such grand overseas endeavors.

By that time, they had a new method of propaganda to add into the overpopulation story. So, instead of “new” myths? They used a much better known old one – the Bible.

So…before we leave this time period –

We have one other person in this time frame that used the overpopulation argument – and that was Christopher Carleill, the son-in-law of Sir Francis Walsingham (the spymaster) as quoted by one of the other propaganda for hire authors – Richard Hakluyt, volume 8, p. 143:

on account of the long period of peace, England’s population had greatly increased and that such a colony would be a boon to “our poore sort of people, which are very many amongst us, living together altogether unprofitable, and often times to the great disquiet of the better sort.

He means the nobility – poor babies, they felt disquiet.

wiley-wtfLike we should care?



Richard Hakluyt noted that England should attempt to settle the New World to expand the realm, keep Spain’s power in check, and to provide “imploymente of nombers of idle men.

A particuler discourse concerninge the greate necessitie and manifolde comodyties that are like to growe to this Realme of Englande by the Westerne discoveries lately attempted, Written In the yere 1584 by Richarde Hackluyt of Oxforde at the requeste and direction of the righte worshipfull Mr. Walter Raghly nowe Knight, before the comynge home of his Twoo Barkes: and is devlded into xxi chapiters, the Titles whereof followe in the nexte leafe.

Discourse of Western Planting, Richard Hakluyt (1584)

They keep going on about these “idle” men – how is this a problem, one wonders…

Do note the title, there’s that word “Planting” again – it means colonization. Just wanting to make sure you get familiar with the actual meaning of the term.



At the bequest of William Cecil, Walsingham’s secret service began using fortune-tellers and oracles who would foretell the disasters and storms in the summer of 1588. These foretellings were then spread by secret service agents who were told to do so by their spy master Francis Walsingham.– to weaken Spain by negatively influencing their recruitment of sailors.

The English crushed the Spanish Armada and became the dominant “world power”.

Years pass…

time passing

As they are wont to do, and now we’re in the time of King James I being on the throne, and Robert Cecil brings Francis Bacon into position.



This author writes –

On 25 June 1607 Sir Francis Bacon was appointed Solicitor-General and Chief Advisor to the Crown. He had presented new ideas to the Government for the Reformation of the church and was officially instructed to commence restructuring the Bible. Research in the Records Office of the British Museum revealed that original documents still exist which refer to important proceedings associated with Sir Francis Bacon’s involvement with the editing of both the Old and New Testaments. They revealed that he personally selected and paid the revisers of the New Testament who completed their task under the instructions of Bacon’s long-time friend, Dr Andrews.

The revised translation of the Bible was undertaken as a national work. It was carried out under the personal supervision of the King, but every record of the proceedings has disappeared. The British Museum does not contain a manuscript connected with the proceedings of the translators. In the Record Office have been preserved the original documents referring to important proceedings of that period. The parliamentary, judicial, and municipal records are, on the whole, in a complete condition, but ask for any records connected with the Authorised Version of the Bible and the reply is: “We have none.” And yet it is reasonable to suppose that manuscripts and documents of such importance would be preserved. Where are they to be found?

Well, what? They have no records?


Vincent price - that is NOT funny

We know why that is now, don’t we. And I’d like to add that if the British have records? Then whatever they would show is so utterly damning (even now over four hundred years later) that they are resorting to the ole “we don’t have any” excuse.

Or…they don’t have any because Bacon invented it all himself, and the bible is the record, or a combination of both. Any of that would be intolerably embarassing to the Brits, permanently shattering their image.

It seems to me it’s probably more likely the second one, since it’s impossible that there actually were any valid “documents” thousands of years old that Bacon “studied” to make the King James bible.

Ah! But, if there ever is anything along those lines revealed? Dollars to donuts it would be the Brits portraying themselves as the great “hoax shatterers” who are so loyal to the tradition of truth, that they simply cannot countenance keeping “it” a secret any more, thereby saving the world from the biggest hoax ever. And there’d have to be something about “to their undying shame, it came from us” to try and get around that it was them who perpetrated it so massively around the world, causing untold wars, destruction and death.

If they ever did any of that, you can bet it would not be because they were true-hearted or the “light of the world” or any of that rot.

It would be part of a propaganda move (yet again) to TEAR DOWN something else and to take even more power and control somehow, some way.

Say it ain’t so…



It was in 1609 that the push began again for colonization of America, and the overpopulation argument surfaces yet again, as one of the main points of propaganda, leading up to the publication of the NEW bible with it’s new Genesis I and all the goest thou forth business.

1609 through 1611

Busy, busy…



We’ll start with this –

Richard Crakenthorpe sermonizes:

…the great and manifold benefits which may accrue to this our so populous a nation, by planting an English colony in a territory as large and spacius almost as is England.

– Richard Crakanthorpe sermon, in Brown, Genesis I, p. 256

A funny – notice that it said “Large and spacious” as England? That’s what Dee’s weird map showed – he had North America as being slightly less than the size of England, but England dominating the eastern part of his map. So, what’s funny about this passage is it shows that despite all their “look how learned we are”?

They still have NO idea of the actual sizes of North and South America! They were merely almost as big as England, to these people.

I think it’s also a bit of a fat-head syndrome – a warped view of the importance of England, but it shows something that I have said several times in various articles. That is, that when these people say “the world”, it was just an itty-bitty part of it. That’s just their arrogance talking, get it?

King of a speck, in other words. That’s England.

King of a speck - McCaulay

This same year, a pamphlet titled Nova Britannia was produced. The unnamed author pointed out that two things were necessary for the success of the Virginia colony – money and people.

He said England had a superabundant population “swarmes of idle persons, which hauving no meanes of labour to relieue their misery, doe likewise swarm in lewd and naughtie practises.” and should encourage emigration:

So that you see it is no new thing, but most profitable for our State, to rid our multitudes of such as lie at home, pestering the land with pestilence and penury, and infecting one another with vice and villanie worse than the plague it self.

Nova Britannia, p. 19. Force Tracts I, no. 6

That guy used the Flood story as the basis for his argument!

Another pamphlet the same year, urged the colonization of Virginia because:

there is nothing more dangerous for the estate of Commonwealths than when the people do increase to a greater multitude and number than may justly paralell with the largenesse of the place and Countrey: for hereupon comes oppression, and diverse kindes of wrongs, mutinies, sedition, commotion and rebellion, scarcitie, dearth, povertie, and sundrie sorts of calamities, which either breed the conversion, or eversion of cities and commonwealths.

– Robert Gray, A good speed to Virginia (London, 1609) p. 10, cited in Brown, Genesis I, p. 298.

I love how under the category of “diverse kindes of wrongs”, it is completely dominated by things only a slavemaster would consider wrongs:

mutinies, sedition, commotion and rebellion


Death trailing a distant second place.

Ah, but the people not doing what they are told, staying in their place? Well, now. These are calamities!

Quick! Create a myth to distract them!

quick turn out the lights - vincent


Another sermon published (based on the new bible additions that were known about but not yet published) – swarming people and so on.

William Symonds said:

Look seriously into the land [England]. and see whether there bee not just cause if not a necessity, to seek abroad. The People blessed be God, doe swarme in the land, as young bees in a hive by June; insomuch that there is very hardly roome for one man to live by another. The mightier like old strong bees thrust the weeker, as younger, out of their hives.

– Symonds, Virginia, pp. 19, 20 as cited in Brown, Genesis I, p. 288.

As a remedy, Symonds urged that “the younger bees, to swarme and hive themselves elsewhere.”

Right. Not that the nobility should get off their asses and move, if they don’t like it so much. Oh, no. The people need to move.

It’s all their fault, you see.

Thou peasants, you understand.





The company that was formed to settle Virginia, said that one of its purposes was:

transporting the rancknesse and multitude of increase in our people; of which there is left no vent, but age and evident danger that the number and infinitenesse of them, will out-grow the matter whereon to worke for their life and sustentation, and shall one infest and become a burthen to another“.

— A True and Sincere Declaration of the Purposes and Ends of the Plantation begun in Virginia. Brown, Genesis I, p. 338.

Note again how it is called a Plantation.

Bacon allegedly writes New Atlantis in this year, but it isn’t actually formally published till 1627 for some odd reason. In it, he made a big point of declaring that his utopian land of Bensalem had “no touch” of “masculine love” (a clever and polite Renaissance term for male homosexuality.) James VI was the sponsor of the English translation of the Bible that Bacon did, and was well known for his “passionate attachments to handsome young men.”

Sounds like ole Jamesy may have tried to hit on Bacon, or maybe even forced him into royal patronage of the perverse kind? Poor guy.

wiley-double yikes

Still pushing the overpopulation propaganda and the “need for religious rescue” even after the work of colonization had already begun, Sir Ferdinando Gorges (one of the leaders in the “work of expansion”) wrote to Robert Cecil, now the Earl of Salisbury, about the activity of English pirates in the Channel.

He uses that to blame over-population, and to shore up an argument for removing this “multitude” – who are basically only poor because the money-mad slavemasters have just a slight problem with sharing.

sarcasm little guy

He pointed out that:

this peaceable tymes affords no meanies of ymployments, to the Multitude of people that daylie doe increase, and manie ar inforced (by necessitie) to seeke some wayes to sustaine themselves,” and consequently have turned to piracy.

“To meet wth these necessities,” he further explained, “the Ages past hath employed great cost in the planting of COlonies in barbarous and uninhabited ptes of the world to the great honor of these Prynces.

-ref – Baxter, Gorges III, pp. 171-173


Right here in time, is when the new bible came out, so we’re going to give it it’s own sections here, before we move on.


The King James Bible

A history of “the world”.


To set the tone of how people still want you to view this total fabrication called “the Bible”, here’s a current quote:

One of the greatest privileges of a people is to have the Word of God in their vernacular or spoken language.

The Work of John Wyclif and Its Impact By Dr. Herb Samworth

It’s a privilege, see.

Well, the only thing privileged at all about that, to me, would be that people could then look (if they should be so inclined) for themselves just how spurious it all is.


that this “word of God” has any importance whatsoever.


As far as fictional characters go, it’s no better than throwing Barbie or Rumpelstiltskin up there as a “real” person.




It was certainly a very successful subversive political move of one Nesilim faction trying to undermine the other – the Catholic Church versus the British Slavemasters.

You notice who the fall-out is upon though, in this battle for supremacy over the “minds” of their slaves – the people.

It is the people that are the constant target of these nutjobs and their machinations – both sides of them.

Note: That doesn’t mean that the logical alternative would be the opposite of religion – that would just be more bad thinking. Never use a slavemasters premise as a “method” for determining either the truth or the right direction to take. It’s a set-up, and you’ll just end up on a new “bridge to nowhere” – thereby fulfilling the slavemaster’s desires perfectly anyway.

It is the people that were being used as chess-pieces in this fight between two warring factions of Priests and Kings. Neither of them care at all really, they only care about what the people think and whether they will follow their lead.

That’s it.


Hence all the hullaballo about the calamity of mutinies, sedition, commotion and rebellion.

They don’t like it when they happen and are not ones that they themselves “arranged”, you see. Such was the case with the bible “rebellion” – it was one of their arranged rebellions. So, see, that is very good, very good indeed, which is why it’s played up so much in people’s faces even up to today.

The heroes of the world! Fighting for truth and freedom for all peoples!

– The British.



About this “rebellion” –

In England it was strictly forbidden to translate the Bible into the native tongue. This ban was vigorously enforced by Catholics – Cardinal Wolsey and the Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas More, in an attempt to prevent the rise of English ‘Lutheranism’.

The only authorised version of the Bible was St Jerome’s Vulgate, which very few people could read because it was in Latin.

As we now know, that itself was a hodgepoge of forgeries and declamatios.

So rebelling against that with a new hodgepodge wasn’t exactly an improvement, you see.

Heroes, they were not.


When the newly arrived to England slavemasters began their insertion, that was one of their first targets. The first act of rebellion against the Catholic Nesilim, was a translation of the Vulgate – the Bible – into English.

To better understand this, we need to consider the importance of the invention of movable type mechanical printing technology in Europe – which is usually credited to the German printer Johannes Gutenberg in 1450.

And there we are again, in our key time – the mid 1400’s after the fall of Constantinople.

The first book in English was not until 25 years later in 1475. By the turn of the century (1500) printing presses were in operation throughout Western Europe and had produced more than twenty million volumes.

Propaganda  – the spreading of – went on major overload, press output rose tenfold to an estimated 150 to 200 million copies.

Enter “assumed” name – Erasmus Desiderious, one of those “emigrees”. Erasmus was a devout homosexual, having fallen in love with one of his compatriots to whom he wrote passionate letters. He wasn’t much for monogamy though, and in 1499, when he was invited by the attractive and young (and more importantly rich) William Blount, 4th Baron Mountjoy to accompany him on his return to England?

He jumped at the chance.

As part of creating a “new” bible, or rather an opposition one, Erasmus began learning Greek. It apparently took him three years of day-and-night intensive study.

At the University of Cambridge, (John Dee and William Cecil’s stomping grounds) he was the Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity and had the option of spending the rest of his life as an English professor. He stayed at Queens’ College, Cambridge from 1510 to 1515.

He began his “tasks” (paid for by patrons) – both of which were beginning moves or indirect attacks on the Catholic stranglehold on “versions” of the bible.

In 1512, he began his work on this Latin New Testament. He collected all the Vulgate manuscripts he could find to create a critical edition. Then he polished the Latin. He declared, “It is only fair that Paul should address the Romans in somewhat better Latin.”

See the subtlety there? Better Latin.

He also began his task of producing the first “New Testament” in Greek.

Again, see the subtlety? Using a different language than the approved Vulgate was in – ie: Latin. That language, being the one that many of the declamatios had been written in during the previous flurry of 1450-1500.

So, the first New Testament printed in Greek was was printed in 1514. As part of the scheme of the British slavemasters, however, the sanction of Pope Leo X was sought for his full printing which included the “Old” Testament portion. When he gained this approval, his full publication came out in 1522.

It’s funny to see the same type of excuses used then as are used by some text-rewriters today – such as the Church of Scientology. When wanting to sell these “new” scriptures, scientology head David Miscavige resorted to the exact same arguments!

Erasmus said (when defending his reason for adding new Greek text):

But one thing the facts cry out, and it can be clear, as they say, even to a blind man, that often through the translator’s clumsiness or inattention the Greek has been wrongly rendered; often the true and genuine reading has been corrupted by ignorant scribes, which we see happen every day, or altered by scribes who are half-taught and half-asleep.

For anyone familiar with Miscavige’s rant-speech at the release of the “Golden Age of Tech”  book rewrites – the similarities should be readily visible. With just a minor word change of substituting the modern word transcriber for “scribe”, of course.

I guess it’s just standard whiney slavemaster tactics to lay off blame on imaginary scribes, translators, and transcribers, as a method of drumming up sales and accolades.

He did it!

pointing the finger at 2

Knowing that the whole reason for Erasmus to even learn Greek was to embark on this very project, it’s interesting to note that he called his final product Novum Instrumentum omne (“All of the New Teaching”) and later Novum Testamentum omne (“All of the New Testament”) – the “new” teaching being a very thinly veiled plug for the humanist agenda.

But, I’ll bet you didn’t know that was what the New Testament was about really.

There’s a lot of arguing about his inclusion of what is called the Comma in the Greek New Testament – that came to be called Textus Receptus – published in 1519 and 1522.


The passage in question show up in the 1611 King James version, in 1 John 5:7-8.

With the Comma in bold print, it reads:

7. For there are three that bear record in heaven,

the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost:
and these three are one.
8. And there are three that bear witness in earth,

the spirit, and the water, and the blood:
and these three agree in one

Now here’s something interesting though. A so-called “discovery” in the 1800’s in a monastery, called the Codex Sinaiticus include 1 John 5d:7–9, but it lacked the Comma. The purple-coloured text says: “There are three witness bearers, the Spirit and the water and the blood“.


What’s interesting to me about that, is that what this document really shows (and I doubt it’s the age they try to say it is) is that one of the cornerstones of the Catholic Church called the “trinity” – the Father, The Son and the Holy Ghost and all that bs – it never said what it said until this re-write by Erasmus!

Erasmus was trying to be “in” with the Pope at the time, remember. How convenient that after his wonderful translating and scribing – as opposed to this half-asleep and ignorant scribes before him – well gee, golly gosh!

Now it says what it needed to say to line up with extant propaganda!


This is called the “Trinity” in the Catholic Church – you would recognize it better as “the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost”.

I’d like to interject here briefly, and let Thomas Jefferson tell us what he thought about it.

Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions. Ideas must be distinct before reason can act upon them; and no man ever had a distinct idea of the trinity. It is the mere Abracadabra of the mountebanks calling themselves the priests of Jesus.

– Thomas Jefferson Letter to Francis Adrian Van der Kemp (30 July 1816), denouncing the doctrine of the Trinity; taken from The Jefferson Cyclopedia – available to view online at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.

It’s insane to even be arguing about such ridiculousness, in other words.

There’s a reason I’m telling you about all this, it’s because of what’s going to happen here shortly with using this New Testament to make Bibles in English.

Now, if you recall, during the same basic time period that Erasmus is hanging out with the British slavemasters at Cambridge (and “decides” to go learn Greek) is exactly when Martin Luther makes his move. It becomes very obvious who’s really driving these moves.redemption for cash…

Apparently, the Catholic church used to sell what they called “indulgences”. One could purchase their way out of God’s punishment for sins committed.

That paints this God character as a rather money-oriented chap then, don’t you think? How strange for a supposedly omnipotent being to be reduced to the mundane level of offering redemption for cash.

whistling girl

Scientology, Mormonism and a whole slew of others do the same thing. For the bargain price of $320,000 one can become one with (and equal to) God in Scientology. In Mormonism, for the paltry sum of a percentage of every dime that you earn, members can look forward to getting their own planet where they are God.

Such a deal.

With the Catholics, it’s a guaranteed get-out-of-hell-free card. Ladies and Gentlemen – step right up and get your indulgences right here!

Shriving sinners get your indulgences barker

The story goes that Martin Luther attacked the Catholic Church on the point of selling freedom from God’s punishment. In other words, this is how they could have their followers literally get away with murder, homosexual pedophilia, and all manner of horrific things. They simply bought their way out of it!

Here’s an example of an indulgence –

indulgence 1517 martin luther

IT says: “By the authority of all the saints, and in mercy towards you, I absolve you from all sins and misdeeds and remit all punishments for ten days.” Indulgence – 1517

Oh, that’s hilarious, so you can rape and murder and pillage for 10 days, then, hey, all you need to do is buy another indulgence and do it all some more!

pound tthe ground laughing

Come on…

come on!

I’m going to include this rather humorous satire of an indulgence, because I particularly liked the “huge entity” substitution.

indulgence humorous satire

Wonder what that one would cost…<giggle>

It’s Amazing that people actually went for this kind of thing, but even more amazing is that the Catholic Church actually sold them with a straight face!

I think I feel a Gene Hackman moment coming on…



Well, back to what happened next –

Martin Luther then confronted indulgence salesman Johann Tetzel, a Dominican friar, with his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517. Pope Leo X demanded that he retract all of his writings in 1520 – which he refused – and the Holy Roman Emporer Charles V demanded it again in 1521 – which he also refused. He was then excommunicated by the Pope, and condemned as an outlaw by the Emperor!

Wow. Shades of scientology’s Disconnection and Fair Game policies. So that’s where they got them from – the friggin’ Catholic Church!

wiley-double yikes

More on that in just a minute here, but here’s the thing. This whole subject of “indulgences” is something that the Catholic Church is still trying to weasel it’s way out of having allowed payment for – and because of that, I think this deserves it’s own little section. Because, for one thing, it’s utterly amazing to watch these people weasel, twist, and word-parse – not to mention their policies that we are supposed to take with a straight face even now.

We’re going to compare what happened to Martin Luther with the practices of the Church of Scientology, as well as comparing the Catholic doctrines to those contained in scientology just as an example of just how long these insane ideas have been propagated.

So, here we go, let’s have a look.


What the Heck is an “Indulgence”?

and why would anyone want one…


Well, let’s start with the first thing – did the Catholic Church accept money in any way for these “indulgences”?

Yes, indisputably, they did.

In fact, it wasn’t until after Martin Luther’s thesis about such corruptions had caused so much trouble, that the Church was forced to actually cancel the whole idea to try and save face and hopefully, regain followers. This was the Council of Trent.

But, of course, at the same time, they “condemned with anathema” people like Martin Luther who saw through their boisterous, self-serving, and completely fictional propaganda of that God and Christ conferred this “power” to the Catholic Church – who are both conveniently missing from any possible cross-examination, of course.

What does condemned with anathema mean?

If someone knowingly and publicly denies a defined (de fidei definita) doctrine of the Catholic Church – like Martin Luther did about the “indulgences” – he can be formally declared to be excommunicated –  or Anathema.

Anathema means being cursed and cut off from the Catholic Church, which supposedly means cut off from God and Christ who only reside in the Catholic church.

For I wished myself to be an anathema from Christ, for my brethren, who are my kinsmen according to the flesh.
– Epistle to the Romans (9:3), New Testament

“If anyone preaches to you a gospel other than the one that you received, let that one be accursed [anathema]!” (Gal 1:9, see also 1 Cor 16:22).

The justification given for this, is that it is supposedly a benevolent act done in order to “bring the one in error to his senses” – before it’s too late and he is damned to hell by virtue of his obstinacy.

You are damned to hell because you won’t give in or submit to insane power-mad slavemasters, in other words.

This is so like the Church of Scientology’s Suppressive Person doctrines that it could have been lifted directly off the pages of the Vulgate (the first bible).

Now that we know that the so-called Old Testament, which carries the supposedly antiquated Hebrew “version” of this – herem – was actually created and added only in the 1400’s, it becomes obvious why that addition. It helped support the insane us-and-them mentality of a false nature of the Nesilim slavemasters.

Just for fun, I thought I’d do a side-by-side comparison of Catholic doctrine and scientology doctrine on this matter.

Starting with this:

“If anyone preaches to you a gospel other than the one that you received, let that one be accursed [anathema]!” (Gal 1:9, see also 1 Cor 16:22).

In scientology, only the approved scriptures of L. Ron Hubbard can be practiced. If one tries to add “other” peoples ideas, it is called Squirrelling and is labeled a Suppressive Act which can lead to declaring the person formally a Suppressive Person.

This is the equivalent of “accursed” and publicly named Anathema.

Next –

“For I could wish that I myself were accursed and separated [anathema] from Christ for the sake of my brothers, my kin, according to the flesh” (Rom 9:3).

This is the equivalent of the Disconnection practice of scientology, practiced towards a person that has been declared “Suppressive Person”.

Friends, business relations, children, family, in fact anyone that is still a scientologist and connected with you, must disconnect as a so-called “choice” – or else face being declared a suppressive person themselves and be subjected to the same treatment.


This is exactly the same as the Catholic Church.


The Church of Scientology has both “tech” and policy that REQUIRES someone to disconnect from anyone declared by HCO as a Suppressive Person.

HCOB 10 September 1983 PTSness and Disconnection states the following:

To fail or refuse to disconnect from a suppressive person not only denies the PTS (person connected to a Suppressive Person) case gain, it is also supportive of the suppressive – in itself a Suppressive Act. And it must be so labeled.

Here’s the documentation – taken from scientology’s Technical Volume XII.



You will note that it starts out trying to PR position disconnection as a “freedom”.

Here is the part of this issue where it specifically discusses how to disconnect and that to fail to do so from a Suppressive Person is itself a Suppressive Act.


“Suppressive Acts” are a scientology ethics offense. This means that if the person does not disconnect from a declared SP – they will be declared.

These particular ones concerning failing to disconnect are specifically stated in scientology management Policy. The particular issue is contained in the Organization Executive Course; HCO Division, Volume 1.

This is my copy –


The policy itself is titled: Suppressive Acts, Suppression of Scientology and Scientologists, dated 23 December 1965 and revised twice – the most recent revision being 8 January 1991.


Under the heading of Suppressive Acts, we see the following contained in that list as two separate suppressive acts:

  • Continued adherence to a person or group pronounced a suppressive person or group by HCO.
  • Failure to handle or disavow and disconnect from a person demonstrably guilty of suppressive acts.


Mike Rinder, former head of the Office of Special Affairs – in charge of tracking and targetting Suppressive Persons and their families, friends, employers etc. –  tells us that:

3.      An individual labeled a Suppressive, even if only due to continued association with someone ELSE who has been labeled a Suppressive, faces the reality of immediate family members (spouses, children, parents), friends, business associates and even employers who are Scientologists disconnected from them. Lost jobs, divorce, kicked out of school, refused service by doctors and many other ramifications from life altering to merely annoying.

4.      It is church policy that anyone who is declared has forfeited their right to participate in the activities of the church and is no longer eligible for auditing or training. This is the Scientology equivalent of being condemned to hell. It is a powerful motivating force.

blog post, May 30, 2013 – Mike Rinder

This is as close to an admission of complicity in enforcing this as can be found currently regarding people like myself and my husband.

Note: Unfortunately, private emails requesting knowledge of specifics (towards us) have remained unanswered for over a year now, necessitating a different route of bringing the relevant documentation ultimately into the public purview. Mr. Miscavige (and others) thought they had destroyed any incriminating documentation (or didn’t create any) but there were other elements of documentation that none of them were privy to. You will most likely see parts of this documentation begin showing up in our Reading Library – Just Dox section within the next year.


Now that we have proven that Scientology’s scriptures in this area really do advocate such behavior, I’ll give you a very real example. My father.

For speaking out about alterations to Hubbard’s scriptures committed by persons supposedly entrusted to protect them, my husband and I were declared Suppressive Persons in 2000. These “Declares” are archived in the Just Dox – Scientology section of our Reading Library – but I have included the images here as well.

Mikes –

Mine –


The issue we initially spoke out about, revolved around the six-month “check” of advanced level parishioners – called OT 7’s, and that it was a squirrelled scripture.


This was the single largest income line of the Church of Scientology.


Exactly like the “indulgences” were for the Catholic Church – that was their biggest income line that Martin Luther hit hard (and caused much damage to financially) with his public thesis. Slavemasters hate having their money messed with.

touched my money - death to the infidels

My father was a member “in good standing” of the Church, as it is called, but was not active.

In 2010 my husband created a blog and we both began publicly writing along the lines of our actual interests. Somewhat incidentally, these writings began causing significant damage to ongoing Scientology recruitment and Public Relations operations. I say incidentally because our real target has always been the people behind scientology – the same people that have passed the torch regarding their disgusting methods of controlling man for the last five hundred years.

In 2012 approximately, our writings began being heavily documented concerning scientology’s true origins.

With no notification and with no public actions whatsoever on his part, that same year apparently, my father had been secretly declared a Suppressive Person (aka SP). I found out about this quite by accident, or maybe it was kismet.

In 2013, at an online forum I sometimes frequent, I was reading a discussion about a woman who had gone into a church organization with hidden cameras to spy on them. One of the things that she obtained was video evidence of their entire list of declared Suppressive people – the U.S. version. The videos had been put up in segments on youtube, and there, in black-and-white was my father’s name, as well as mine and my husband.

Mike’s in it four times! I’m in there too.

Screenshot –


You can see the SP list yourself, as well as links to the videos and forums where the list was compiled, in the Just Dox – Scientology section of our Reading Library.

Now that he was secretly declared, my father was then immediately subjected to aggressive Fair Game actions by the Office of Special Affairs – the intelligence arm of the Church of Scientology. These involved costing him his job, then setting him up (using a scientologist accountant) to be audited by the IRS – which cost him tens of thousands of dollars – all “landing” the same year, 2013.

The Church considers SPs Fair Game, and the policy of the Church (and it’s true masters) is to destroy the person utterly. That is exactly what they tried to do to my father – just because he never disconnected from me, and was supportive of me!

That type of vicious activity, is the very specific kind of insanity that the Nesilim/Catholic Church/Slavemasters have propagated all around the world.

Coming back around now…let’s review. We last looked at that the Catholics practice Anathema.

“For I could wish that I myself were accursed and separated [anathema] from Christ for the sake of my brothers, my kin, according to the flesh” (Rom 9:3).

We discussed that the equivalent of the SP Declare/Disconnection practice of scientology, is exactly the same.

Now, let’s take up this doctrine:

“If anyone preaches to you a gospel other than the one that you received, let that one be accursed [anathema]!” (Gal 1:9, see also 1 Cor 16:22).

In scientology, a “gospel other than the one you received” is called squirreling. Altering and adding to Hubbard’s materials is strictly verboten.

In the same issue that lists the Suppressive Acts (that we already covered) you see that one listed there as well – twice even.


Considering that’s exactly what we caught them (Church officials) doing, our being declared “Suppressive” for revealing this has a certain amount of strong irony to it.

Much the same though, it’s interesting that the charge we levied against the Church – squirreling their materials – was much the same as another charge that Martin Luther levied against the Catholic Church. He charged that essentially they (the priests/pope) were not teaching the true nature of spirituality and that they were altering/creating materials purely to suit their desires for power and money – and in fact were keeping people down spiritually.

Finally, let’s take up the justification given for Anathema. Catholic scriptures discuss that excommunication/anathema is supposedly a benevolent act done in order to “bring the one in error to his senses” before it’s too late and the peson is damned to hell simply by virtue of his obstinacy.

Again, we have the exact same thing in Scientology scriptures.

{re: Sp’s} …they cannot be granted the rights ordinarily accorded rational beings. If a person or a group that has committed a suppressive act comes to his, her or their senses and recants


So, see, there’s that one – the bring to their senses bit.

Now for the other two parts – the kindness, the benevolence of labelling someone Anathema, so that you can get them back.

Again, we have the exact same thing in Scientology scriptures.

This is from the same volume, but a different issue. This one is titled: Writing of an Ethics Order and is dated 2 June 1965.

Note: SP “declares” are also referred to as Ethics Orders.


On the second page of the issue (p. 968) regarding “labeling” somebody an SP –


If you label them, you get them back in some day. If you don’t label them, they are far more likely to vanish forever.

Labeling them is a kind action.

Vanish forever, being the equivalent of comdemned to hell.

And there you have it – there are those same Catholic points in scientology, as plain as the nose on your face.

On the subject of Anathema persons (SPs) having no rights – Hubbard actually didn’t just make that policy; he made it part of the sacrosanct “tech” of scientology the following year – 1966.

The name of the relevant technical bulletin (HCOB) by Hubbard is THE ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY, THE ANTI-SCIENTOLOGIST, published 27 September 1966.

In this bulletin, Hubbard makes the point of that these people (the anti-social, the Suppressive Person/Anti-Scientologist) should be isolated as if they are diseased. He writes:

Similarly, if society were to recognize this personality type as a sick being as they now isolate people with small pox, both social and economic recoveries could occur.


A little later on he attempts to mitigate the obvious shades of Spanish Inquisition he’s got going here, labelling these “heretics” as “bad” people who should be deprived of all rights and freedom, and engages in a little hair-splitting on a minor point to try and distract the reader from the heinous ideas he is actually advocating.

He writes:

{regarding testing for “anti-social” characteristics}…Anyone who took it could be found guilty. While this mechanism might have suited the times of the Inquisition, it would not suit modern needs.

As the society runs, prospers and lives solely through the efforts of social personalities, one must know them as they, not the antisocial, are the worthwhile people. These are the people who must have rights and freedom. Attention is given to the antisocial solely to protect and assist the social personalities in the society.

And ergo the antisocial – as determined by religious nutcases like the Catholic Church, Scientology, Mormon, Muslim, etc. – is not a worthwhile person.


Hubbard takes a dig at democracy (usual for his anglophilic IGOR self) and positions society and social conduct as needing to do such things to these nasty, bad antisocial people to save itself.

And what was it again, that really gets scientology, catholicism, mormonism and so on all hot and bothered?


Telling others and speaking out publicly against their insanities.

Especially if with effective documentation.


This is what really classifies someone as public enemy #1 – as antisocial, anathema, condemned to hell, Supressive Person, herem etc. etc. etc.

That is what happened to Martin Luther, and why.

Just to clearly illustrate one more time, just how the same these subjects are, have a look at this.

The same issue again (Suppressive Acts)  – tells us that:

Suppressive acts are clearly those covert or overt acts knowingly calculated to reduce or destroy the influence or activities of Scientology or prevent case gains or continued Scientology success and activity on the part of a Scientologist.

With just a few word changes, we’d have a pretty exact match to tenets in Catholicism.

Mortal Sins are clearly those covert and overt acts knowingly calculated to reduce or destroy the influence or activities of Christianity or prevent the redeeming of souls or continued Salvation (in the name of Jesus Christ) success or activity on the part of a Christian.

In fact, how much you wanna bet that is exactly what happened here? Hubbard simply changed some words around and incorporated tenets from the Vulgate and called them scientology “policy”.

It does give one pause to hazard the idea that perhaps all these “versions” of religion and new age front groups are really just perverse methods of pro and against propagation of Catholic ideas, ie: controlled opposition. Since it isn’t anything resembling truth – these teachings – it posits a far more sinister reason why the worlds religions are so similar in their base teachings.




Alright, so now where were we?

About those indulgences…that were being exchanged for monetary “donations”.

The Council of Trent (1545-1564) issued a decree that gave the Church teaching on indulgences:

Since the power of granting indulgences was conferred by Christ on the Church (cf. Mt 16:19, 18:18, Jn 20:23), and she has even in the earliest times made use of that power divinely given to her, the holy council teaches and commands that the use of indulgences, most salutary to the Christian people and approved by the authority of the holy councils, is to be retained in the Church, and it condemns with anathema those who assert that they are useless or deny that there is in the Church the power of granting them.

In granting them, however, it desires that in accordance with the ancient and approved custom in the Church moderation be observed, lest by too great facility ecclesiastical discipline be weakened.

And so…despite all the fancy word-parsing of “retaining” it and so on, exchanging indulgences for money – canceled – for the next 400 years or so.

It was only recently resurrected.


New York Times, February 9, 2009

But mainly, it has gone over the heads of a vast generation of Roman Catholics who have no idea what it means: “Bishop Announces Plenary Indulgences.”

…The fact that many Catholics under 50 have never sought one, and never heard of indulgences except in high school European history…

“Why are we bringing it back?” asked Bishop Nicholas A. DiMarzio of Brooklyn, who has embraced the move. “Because there is sin in the world.”

According to church teaching, even after sinners are absolved in the confessional and say their Our Fathers or Hail Marys as penance, they still face punishment after death, in Purgatory, before they can enter heaven. In exchange for certain prayers, devotions or pilgrimages in special years, a Catholic can receive an indulgence, which reduces or erases that punishment instantly, with no formal ceremony or sacrament.

There are partial indulgences, which reduce purgatorial time by a certain number of days or years, and plenary indulgences, which eliminate all of it, until another sin is committed. You can get one for yourself, or for someone who is dead. You cannot buy one — the church outlawed the sale of indulgences in 1567 — but charitable contributions, combined with other acts, can help you earn one. There is a limit of one plenary indulgence per sinner per day.

The return of indulgences began with Pope John Paul II, who authorized bishops to offer them in 2000 as part of the celebration of the church’s third millennium. ….

And there it is again…

It’s no longer enough to repeat a prescribed number of prayers; you also have to do good, such as volunteer at a soup kitchen, help resettle refugees or donate to a worthy cause.

Time magazine picked up on this subject too.

At the core of indulgences is sin, which can either lead to eternal punishment — i.e., hell — or time spent in purgatory, a place of suffering where imperfections are scrubbed away in preparation for entering heaven. Confession erases eternal punishment, but temporal punishment remains. Plenary, or full, indulgences are the equivalent of a get-out-of-purgatory-free card. Partial indulgences simply shorten your stay.

…Indulgences are a handy marketing tool for the church, a way of encouraging people to amp up their spiritual life.

…The essence of plenary indulgences is tricky to nail down. They’re granted if you meet specific criteria… How do you know you actually got an indulgence? Faith.

If you merit a full pardon, it’s fine to break out the bubbly. But if you drink too much champagne and start a barroom brawl? Indulgence revoked, and you’re back to square one.

How dark the con of man

– Christianity –

catholic rituals

A simple comparison with the classic meaning and tactics of a con, held up against the teachings and tactics of all religions sourcing from the Catholic Church, will go a long way in clearly illustrating that all religion is part of a long con.

A long con is a scam that unfolds over several days or weeks or even years. It involves a team of swindlers, as well as props, sets, extras, costumes, forged documents, books, and scripted lines.

A con (confidence scam) is a plan of action created to defraud a person or group after first gaining their confidence – their trust.

Confidence team members use tricks to exploit character desires, strengths and weaknesses, such as dishonesty, honesty, vanity, compassion, credulity, irresponsibility, naïveté and greed.

Core values most especially exploited are:



the Desire for a better future.


The mark (the target of the con-persons) is led to believe that he will be able to win or gain a “prize” by doing some task.

Such as

You will go to heaven

if you do what “god” says.


If they lose the marks trust (faith), they lose everything.

This is why you see them use such harsh tactics against anyone who questions their long con, or worse, who starts proving that it is a long con.

They use FEAR and LOSS to try and keep the marks in line, to scare them off of questioning the con. If you are a christian of any type, or if you are a mormon, a muslim, a buddhist, a scientologist, etc. etc. – this means you.

You are the mark.

No exceptions.

And you will be declared anathema should you challenge these people.

Let’s dig into that further now, as it relates to indulgences.

To understand the word anathema (a Greek word) we need to look at the word herem (Jewish) of which it is the equivalent. Herem comes from the word haram, which means to cut off, to separate, to curse, and indicates that which is cursed and condemned to be cut off or exterminated, whether a person or a thing.

This is the sense of anathema in the following passage from Deuteronomy 7:26:

Neither shalt thou bring anything of the idol into thy house, lest thou become an anathema like it. Thou shalt detest it as dung, and shalt utterly abhor it as uncleanness and filth, because it is an anathema.

Idol here, means worshiping (or listening to) anything else or anyone else besides “God”.

Note that this is also giving you the attitudes and views that one “should” have towards people/things that are anathema.

  • Detest as dung (shit)
  • Utterly abhor
  • Unclean
  • Filthy

In modern times, you can see executives of the Church of Scientology behaving exactly this way in this video from October of 2014 –

Quotes –

Go live a life. Why don’t you get a life, man. Just get a life.

…Why don’t you just stop committing suppressive acts and live a real life.

…Why don’t you just end it and start living a decent life and do something to help mankind.

…You guys are embarrassing and pathetic. Pathetic. Disgusting and it’s all over your face and you look terrible.

He’s such a loser.

…You’ve had zero effect, none. And nobody gives a fuck about you. That’s the truth.

You’re nothing. That’s the point. You’re nothing.

…You have no facts. Nobody cares. Nobody’s interested. You’ve done nothing. You have no… I mean some movement, it’s a God damned joke. No one gives a crap.

The person most often used in recent times to employ this exact same tactic – which is outright Psychological Warfare – on my husband and I, is my son, who is being utilized by the Church of Scientology for the same purposes of harassment. Even the same propaganda lines are used!

For example just a few months ago (Summer 2014) this was left as a blog comment from my son’s email account.

Excerpted –

abuseI had to endure living with you.

…It’s really sad what you’ve become.

No responsibility on your part either. Such a victim. [That’s a particular scientology technical insult]

…it just makes me sick seeing how you think

…you’re egotistical narcissistic self

It’s amazing to me that you think you are so persecuted, that so many people are out to get you…you really have minimal impact and are not very important at all.

Just like in the video from October 2014 –

nobody gives a fuck about you - airport ambush

This one is from about a year ago –

…you are wasting your life away on a mountain writing random insane dribble on a blog that anyone with half a brain
can find innumerable holes in.

…I’m better and stronger than you.

you’re just going to die and all the pain you went through will be meaningless.

…best wishes to you on your recovery or your inevitable confrontation with …death.

you produce nothing of value, you spread hate fear and manipulation.

nobody gives a fuck about you - airport ambush

This example is from a private facebook message to my daughter about me – trying to turn her against me (about a year and a half ago) –

She [mom] is nothing to me.

If she died I would not care at all and have felt nothing but relief from being away from her all these years.


nobody gives a fuck about you - airport ambush

This example is another private facebook message to my daughter about me (two years ago).

Excerpted –

…I talked to a bum on the street who was crazy paranoid and he sounded exactly like her.

…it’s all just so crazy and unbelievable.

Yeah, I think she is crazy… Nobody down here cares about her at all. They …want nothing to do with her.

making themselves an issue when they really aren’t at all.

nobody gives a fuck about you - airport ambush

– – –

These are all just about a perfect rendition of the BIBLICAL attitudes and views that one “should” have towards people/things that are anathema, by these scientologists –

  • Detest as dung (shit)
  • Utterly abhor
  • Unclean
  • Filthy

The bible goes a lot further than just this (and so do modern scientologists/slavemasters) – they want to KILL, they want the person DEAD. You can see the concentration on “my death” in the ones from my son – I imagine I’m not the only one that has been used on, either.

Nations, individuals, animals, and inanimate objects may become anathema, i.e. cursed and marked for extermination. When a people was anathematized by the Lord (meaning the Pope) they were to be entirely exterminated.

Like in Nazi Germany – extermination of Jews, Gypsies, and whatever other “peoples” the slavemasters didn’t want around.

They were secretly labelled anathema.

WWII camps - bodies stacked in pits

Moses says (Deuteronomy 7:1, 2):

“When . . . the Lord thy God shall have delivered them to thee, thou shalt utterly destroy them.

Strangely similar to L. Ron Hubbard’s intents towards anti-scientologists.

If possible, of course, ruin him utterly.

– L. Ron Hubbard Ability magazine, March 1955


In the New Testament anathema entails the loss of goods or exclusion from the “society of the faithful.”

Loss of goods means…

They take your stuff.


Exactly what they did in the Inquisition. Anathema was used as part of an operation to gain money and power for the Catholic Church, while at the same time ruining utterly, their enemies who would challenge their “hold” over peoples minds, lives, and activities. They took over all the “heretics” possessions on accusation – all they had to do was accuse the person. No proof, just an accusation.

The other element here regarding the anathema label, is that it also means anyone who is against Christianity is “united to the devil.”

If any man love not our Lord Jesus Christ, let him be anathema.
-1 Corinthians 16:22

It is an exclusory term, and is most especially pronounced chiefly against heretics.

hereticOne who challenges the doctrines of an established church.

The Church of Scientology hides behind synonyms of this word, in trying to justify its behavior towards its critics, as well as trying to level insult and negative stereotyping against the “sinner” who dared challenge the doctrines of scientology. These synonyms in particular, are chosen to try and lessen their obvious heritage in common with the insane measures of Christianity. They are dissenter and their special favorite – apostate.

There is some distinction between the ideas of anathema and excommunication within the Catholic Church. The distinction between them shows up in the Decree of Gratian (c. III, q. V, c. XII):

Know that Engeltrude is not only under the ban of excommunication, which separates her from the society of the brethren, but under the anathema, which separates from the body of Christ, which is the Church.

And we have a third idea as well – this involves hurting or damaging the person, ie: punishment.

Recited in chorus:

that he may be not only excommunicated, but anathematized, and that he may be stricken by the sword of Heaven [aka marinatha]

So we have:

  • Excommunication – separates and kicks out the person from “the society of the brethren”
  • Anathema – a major excommunication, it separates from the body of Christ – which is the Church itself. Anathema means that the person is barred from “going to heaven” because the Pope has the “keys”.
  • Stricken by the sword of Heaven (Marinatha) – black intelligence operations against the person to “destroy him utterly”. These include financial, familial, physical, and mental attacks on the person so designated as “deserving” of such treatment.

Scientology employs all three of these towards those who dare to challenge its doctrines and “superiority” in spiritual matters – as dictated by L. Ron Hubbard in 1965 and 1966.

  • Declare as Suppressive Person written order – bars the person from auditing and especially UPPER level services (the equivalent of “getting to heaven”) = Anathema
  • it’s Disconnection policies = Excommunication
  • it’s Fair Game policies and Guardian’s Office/Office of Special Affairs intelligence operations = “stricken by the sword of Heaven” = Maranatha

“We judge him damned and with the Devil…”

excommunication_-_we_judge_him_damned_and_with_the_devil– from the movie Beckett


The Catholic Church has a ceremony it still does to this day, for pronouncing Anathema. It is called Ordo excommunicandi et absolvendi.

excommunication  excommunication2


The ceremony distinguishes three sorts of excommunication:

  • minor excommunication, incurred by a person holding communication with anyone under the ban of excommunication;
  • major excommunication, pronounced by the Pope in reading a sentence;
  • anathema and maranatha – the penalty incurred by crimes of the gravest order, and solemnly promulgated by the Pope.

Note: Marinatha  – a command for the Lord to come and “strike” the person “by the sword of heaven” – is a special category added to anathema, for those who were guilty of the crime of high treason – which apparently consists of anyone NOT loving the slavemasters and the worst crime of all –

“He who dares to despise our decision.”


Ah. See there’s the real objection, see that?

If any man love not our Lord Jesus Christ, let him be anathema, maranatha.
– end of the first Epistle to the Corinthians, xvi, 22

He who dares to despise our decision, let him be stricken with anathema maranatha, i.e. may he be damned at the coming of the Lord, may he have his place with Judas Iscariot, he and his companions. Amen.
– Benedict XIV (1740-58–De Synodo dioecesana X, i)

do not question us

You can see from our earlier reference studies, that “crimes of the gravest order” include publicly speaking out against Catholic Christianity and challenging the veracity of their doctrines. You can also see that a person can be excommunicated for just talking to anyone already excommunicated.

This is exactly the same in scientology – all of the above actions are labelled “Suppressive Acts”.

Next, we will look at the Christian excommunication (anathema maranatha) ritual itself.

Word study first –

  • Pontiff – the pope
  • Amice – a white cloth connected to two long ribbon-like attachments, by which it is fastened around the shoulders of the priest
  • Stole – A long scarf, usually of embroidered silk or linen, worn over both shoulders by the pontiff while officiating.
  • Surplices – tunics of white linen or cotton fabric, reaching to the knees or to the ankles, with wide or moderately wide sleeves.

Violet cope – a violet (purple) piece of silk or cloth of semicircular shape, open at the front and fastened at the breast with a band or clasp. This is an important one because it goes back to the Nesilim origins of these slavemasters – where “purple” was an indicator of royalty or high station such as the head of the priests, or the King/Queen. The religious shawl worn by Nesilim priests had strands of fringe with religious meaning and it was dyed Tyrian purple. The Tyrian purple dye was expensive to make because it took 10,000 sea snails to produce a small quantity of the purple dye, thus the color was a sign of wealth. Even today, it sells for 500 dollars an ounce in the U.S.  Garments of Tyrian/Sarrana purple were forbidden to be sold to women or any other persons except the Emperor/Pope in the Holy Roman Empire – which also used the double-headed eagle symbol of the Nesilim.

Tyrian Purple from a Murex snail.


  • The mitre (the Pope’s hat) – even in this picture from a movie, you can see the similarity to the Nesilim carvings in Turkey.


Nesilim statue guarding King's Gate - Hattusa Nesilim_hatSee Scientology Roots – Chapter Five: Actual Jewish History for more information.

This diagram shows the basic progression of the hat (the mitre), and you can see that its earliest form was exactly like the Nesilim priest/king hat. Even more interesting, they have reverted to that original Nesilim shape in modern times!


Now that we know the terms, let’s look at the ritual itself, because for one thing, the violet cope being an important part of the ceremony is very telling.

Ordo excommunicandi et absolvendi 

sometimes referred to as the bell, book and candle.


The pontiff is vested in amice, stole, and a violet cope, wearing his mitre, and assisted by (usually) twelve priests clad in their surplices and holding lighted candles. He takes his seat in front of the altar or in some other suitable place, and pronounces the formula of anathema in Latin which ends with these words:

Idcirco eum cum universis complicibus, fautoribusque suis, judicio Dei omnipotentis Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti, et beati Petri principis Apostolorum, et omnium Sanctorum, necnon et mediocritatis nostrae auctoritate, et potestate ligandi et solvendi in coelo et in terra nobis divinitus collata, a pretiosi Corporis et Sanguinis Domini perceptione, et a societate omnium Christianorum separamus, et a liminibus sanctae matris Ecclesiae in coelo et in terra excludimus, et excommunicatum et anathematizatum esse decernimus; et damnatum cum diabolo, et angelis ejus, et omnibus reprobis in ignem aeternum judicamus; donec a diaboli laqueis resipiscat, et ad emendationem, et poenitentiam redeat, et Ecclesiae Dei, quam laesit, satisfaciat, tradentes eum satanae in interitum carnis, ut spiritus ejus salvus fiat in die judicii.

In English –

“Wherefore in the name of God the All-powerful, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, of the Blessed Peter, Prince of the Apostles, and of all the saints, in virtue of the power which has been given us of binding and loosing in Heaven and on earth, we deprive N– himself and all his accomplices and all his abettors of the Communion of the Body and Blood of Our Lord, we separate him from the society of all Christians, we exclude him from the bosom of our Holy Mother the Church in Heaven and on earth, we declare him excommunicated and anathematized and we judge him condemned to eternal fire with Satan and his angels and all the reprobate, so long as he will not burst the fetters of the demon, do penance and satisfy the Church; we deliver him to Satan to mortify his body, that his soul may be saved on the day of judgment.”

Whereupon all the assistants respond: “Fiat, fiat, fiat.” The pontiff and the twelve priests then cast to the ground the lighted candles they have been carrying.

This is a clip of Richard Burton delivering this ceremony in the movie Beckett, although you can tell they don’t quite have all the clothing theoretically accurate, but you get the general idea.

After all that, a notice is sent in writing to the priests and neighbouring bishops of the name of the one who has been excommunicated and the cause of his excommunication.

This is exactly as done in Scientology – called an Ethics Order. I showed you earlier the ones on my husband and I.

The Catholic Church does this step as part of enforcing the no communication rule of everyone else towards the “anathema” person.

Again, exactly as done with scientology, they insist on disconnection from the “SP” or the person risks being declared SP themselves!

Furthermore, the Pontifical (the Catholic written order) gives the form of absolving him and reconciling him with the Church.

Exactly the same as Scientology – the person must renounce their former ideas and affiliations and repent, as part of the “steps” called A-E which must be completed to get back in the good graces of the Church of scientology.

Per the Catholic encyclopedia, the whole point of the promulgation of the anathema is to strike terror to the criminal and bring him to a state of repentance, especially if the Church adds to it the ceremony of the Maranatha.

In scientology, we see the exact same tactics, and even the same threats toward the too independent-minded.

HCO PL 29 April 1965 Issue III ETHICS: REVIEW

The being who is guilty knows with certainty that he is offending against the future of all, no matter what his surface manifestations or conduct. Further, while wog law at the worst can only cause him or her some pain and a body by execution or one’s lifetime loss of liberty, we threaten his eternity.

This is in Volume I of the Scientology’s OEC (Organization Executive Course).



When Scientology expels or anathematizes someone, they are consigning them to oblivion for all eternity. Just like the Catholic Church – damned.

You are threatening somebody with oblivion for eternity by expulsion from Scientology.”


Here’s a real life example of a scientologist actually using this as an excuse to tear apart a family, children from their mother.

From Tony Ortega

…according to what [Lori] Hodgson heard through an intermediary, the man gave his kids a crushing ultimatum: if they didn’t disconnect from their own mother, he would disconnect from them.

No one’s going to take my eternity away from me,” he reportedly told his children.

– Village Voice, October 2011

This is very real people, this really happens.

Hubbard also writes that scientology’s ethics actions (SP declare) are: “a far worse threat than mere wog law.” and that anyone that is attacking scientology is: “..threatening all mankind.” – while gloating over having caved in a woman by telling her that.

Caved In – reduced to apathy, no longer fighting back, gives up.

Much like this woman was trying to do to Mark Rathbun (that we documented earlier) and that my son has been trying to do to me.

nobody gives a fuck about you - airport ambush


Speaking of Hubbards’ gloating over having caved in that woman, he also writes that scientology discipline can drive someone crazy, which we just witnessed was his intent.


Our discipline is quite capable of driving a person around the bend because of what he or she is attacking.

Note: The idiom “around the bend” means crazy.

In Hubbard’s advanced levels – the one called New Era Dianetics for Operating Thetans (NOTS) – the reader is indoctrinated with the threat that attackers and unbelievers of Scientology will end up as Dormant Body Thetans – disembodied spirits lost in hell, so to speak, doomed for all eternity.

In NED for OTs you are actually handling, in the main, dormant BTs and clusters. These are not really alive enough to run Incident IIs and Incident Is on. They have different considerations, these dormant BTs and clusters, but they add up to being dead or below being dead. They’re in the state that FBI agents and government officials eventually wind up in when they aren’t already simply an animated dormant cluster. If people who are busy trying to smash up Scientology realized what they themselves were heading for, they would have a couple of other thinks…

– L. Ron Hubbard, HCO BULLETIN OF 15 SEPTEMBER 1978, ISSUE I, NED for OTs Series 1, NED FOR OTs RD THEORY OF, p3,4 section Dormant BTs and Clusters
The NED for OTs Issues are available as part of the Operating Thetan Level Six course here and at Wikileaks. A complete file of all the different OT levels is also at Wikileaks.

That’s a threat, it’s saying that:

If you are a “smasher” of Scientology you will end up as a Body Thetan on someone else’s body.

You will be…

Not really alive.

Below being dead.



That’s a hell of a thing to say to someone as part of a supposedly enlightened and advanced spiritual level.

I highly recommend you read the entire sections of my article A Comprehensive History of the Oahspe, where I am analyzing these “advanced” materials, they are just loaded with catholic iconography and sick ideas.

Here’s just one example, a scientology magazine called Advance! advertising these “advanced” levels, had a cover where hellfire, the damned and angels are being depicted.

cover of Advance! magazine from 1990, #106

Scientology Advance mag 106 - 1990 - Oahspe wall of fire trapping drujas

All of these are tactics from the Catholic Church and used for the same reason.

Political control


To try and keep people down, submitting, and working for the slavemasters, they use FEAR. Whether it’s Christianity, or it’s spawns such as scientology, mormonism, muslim, etc. – it makes no difference. The tactics are the same.

Strike terror in the person

to bring him to a state of “repentance”.

Back under the slavemasters thumb.


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The Power of the Keys

So, what is this Power of the Keys, business, that the Church supposedly has? Because the story goes that because it “has” these, therefore they can “receive him once more into the communion of the faithful” –

once he becomes repentant, or gives satisfaction, or is corrected.

To understand this, we can come back to finishing up explaining what is  an “indulgence” – as it’s part and parcel with that idea as well.

The Catholic Church says…

An indulgence is a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which the faithful Christian who is duly disposed gains under certain defined conditions through the Church’s help when, as a minister of redemption, she dispenses and applies with authority the treasury of the satisfactions won by Christ and the saints (Indulgentarium Doctrina 1).

There are a few important things to clarify here. First is “temporal punishment”. I’m no expert on this, but as far as I understand there is eternal punishment (hell) which apparently can be handled somewhat by confession, but then you still have temporal punishment to deal with – that means punishment while still on earth or in-between heaven and hell (purgatory).

Apparently, to the Catholics every sin includes two elements: guilt and punishment: guilt is incurred by the sinner; punishment is inflicted by God. The “sinner” can handle guilt by confession, but in order to get back into “God’s good graces” the sinner must do acts of penance or obtain indulgences from the “spiritual treasury” supposedly given by Jesus to the Catholic Church only.

To restore the friendship of God, the sinner must have both the guilt of his or her sin erased and the punishment expiated. In the case of “serious” sin, the absolution of the priest in the confessional can cancel not only the guilt but also the eternal punishment, but still what remains is the temporal punishment.

How do they get out of that? Three ways. By prayer, by the performance of good works, and by the use of indulgences.

Full indulgences are basically the equivalent of a get-out-of-purgatory-free card. Partial indulgences simply shorten your stay.

How do you get indulgences?

BY acts of self-denial, acts of charity such as alms-giving, etc – and that’s where the money comes into play, because three guesses who usually controls that charity you are giving to – the Catholic Church.

Also MONEY does count, and is “rewardable” by an indulgence.

The Catholic Encyclopedia states:

To give money to God or to the poor is a praiseworthy act, and, when it is done from right motives, it will surely not go unrewarded.

Now, with that basic understanding (especially including what happened at the Council of Trent) if you want to see some serious weaseling and word-parsing – check out this site.

Check out Myth 4 – myth, get it? Word-parsing already.

Myth 4: Indulgences were invented as a means for the Church to raise money.

Indulgences developed from reflection on the sacrament of reconciliation. They are a way of shortening the penance of sacramental discipline and were in use centuries before money-related problems appeared.

That’s them trying to get out of that there was money involved and the Church did use indulgences to raise money.

This happens in scientology too. If you donate sufficiently large amounts of money to church “projects” like the Super-Power Building, or the International Association of Scientologists, you get kind of brownie points towards getting your eligibility approved to be “invited” onto Hubbard’s super-secret advanced levels* – where you’re told about Xenu and those bad drujas/Body thetans.

*See Comprehensive History of the Oahspe – the section on OT III and the Advanced Levels of Scientology (which were heavily plagiarized from the Oahspe)

Check out Myth 6 now –

Myth 6: A person can buy indulgences.

The Council of Trent instituted severe reforms in the practice of granting indulgences, and, because of prior abuses, “in 1567 Pope Pius V canceled all grants of indulgences involving any fees or other financial transactions” (Catholic Encyclopedia). This act proved the Church’s seriousness about removing abuses from indulgences.

Well…if they canceled them, they must have been doing them.

smiley drumming fingers

And last but not least – watch this person spin, spin, spin to try and get around exactly what I said they were doing. They were GIVING MONEY to charities – run by the Church – WITH THE UNDERSTANDING that they would then be given the indulgence.

That sounds a whole heck of a lot like buying one to me, which was exactly Martin Luther’s point in his Theses.

Myth 7: A person used to be able to buy indulgences.

One never could “buy” indulgences. The financial scandal surrounding indulgences, the scandal that gave Martin Luther an excuse for his heterodoxy, involved alms—indulgences in which the giving of alms to some charitable fund or foundation was used as the occasion to grant the indulgence. There was no outright selling of indulgences.


Hidden Hand - STOP

“There was no outright selling of indulgences…”

woman question mark

Oh, the wonders of one little word – outright.

So,  in other words they were indirectly or covertly selling indulgences.


vincent - lets hear it then

If you were to question the official Church of scientology regarding “buying” the rights to do OT Levels by donating huge sums of money? They would respond in exactly the same way.

Something like this:

“Well, no, you cannot buy your eligibility outright, but good acts like donating to projects that help the humanitarian goals of the Church can certainly earn you commendations which can help your eligibility be approved.”

Covert and indirect buying of “indulgences” – same exact idea as the Catholics.

Who started this system?

It shows up under the posted rhetorical question of:

If the Church has the resources to wipe out everyone’s temporal penalties, why doesn’t it do so?

The answer is given as:

Because God does not wish this to be done. God himself instituted the pattern of temporal penalties being left behind.

I see, god himself instituted this kooky system.

Okey dokey.

The grant of an indulgence is given by the Pope to certain prayers or good works from the spiritual treasury of the Church.

Concept/terms Study –

  1. Temporal Punishment due to sin;
  2. Mystical Body of Christ;
  3. Communion of Saints;
  4. Spiritual Treasury
  5. Power of the Keys – a power “given” to the Pope open that spiritual treasury to the faithful.

From this website


To understand the meaning of the temporal punishment due to sin, we must first talk about sin…

Every sin, in the theological sense, is a transgression of the law of God. Every sin is an offense against God either directly or indirectly. …

Thus sin can be not only a transgression of the divine law, and consequently a disturbance of the universal order established by God, but also a contempt or disregard of the friendship that should exist between God and the human community.

The “universal order“? The Catholic Church goes sci-fi.

spock fascinating

I think it’s interesting that it’s a big sin to not be friends with the Catholic Church, or to interfere with it’s alleged friendship to humanity.

Friendship is definitely not the word I would use, to describe their practices.


2. THE MYSTICAL BODY OF CHRIST. When we speak of the Mystical Body of Christ we mostly have in mind only the members of the Church Militant – those living on earth; we forget that the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church, also includes the members in Heaven (Church Triumphant) and in Purgatory (Church Suffering).

3. THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS. Thus when we speak of the Communion of Saints we mean that between the members of the Church in Heaven, in Purgatory and on earth there exists a mutual intercommunication of spiritual riches, and this by reason of their close union with one another in Christ, their Head. This means that we members of the Church on earth have a special relationship with the Saints in Heaven, for while we pay them honor and invoke their assistance, they pray to God on our behalf.

We also have communion with the souls in Purgatory, in as much as we can help them by offering to God for them our prayers and good works, and by gaining indulgences for them. They in turn can help us by their prayers to God.

OK, so there’s a whole lot of channeling and telepathic communications going on then, what with praying back and forth to all these disembodied spirits – these form the bulk of this “body of christ”  and “communion of saints” ideas obviously.

How convenient.

OK, now this mutual intercommunication of spiritual riches between the channelers (the Pope and his minions) and these spirits, is obviously the explanation for their “holy visions” (and other such rot) that are cited as the basis for most of the rules and scripture of Christianity.

You know, like a “hotline” to God.

cherub calls god

So all of that is considered spiritual “goods” – like some sort of currency, that forms the Spiritual Treasury of the church – if you can manage to wrap your mind around such a warped concept.

4. SPIRITUAL TREASURY OF THE CHURCH. By the Spiritual Treasury of the Church we mean all the spiritual goods that have been left to the Church by the infinite merits of Our Divine Savior and by the superabundant merits of His Blessed Mother and all the Saints.

katy_perry_kooky face


Ok, now see, the Pope has this “Power of the Keys” which he then uses to “unlock” this treasury. There are two, and they are usually crossed when represented in a symbol.

Two-Keys - christianity

5. THE POPE’S POWER OF THE KEYS. The dispensing of these spiritual goods in the form of indulgences is in the power of the Pope for the universal Church, and by the power delegated by the Pope, of the bishops for their local dioceses. This power of the Keys was given to the first Pope, St. Peter, and to his successors, by Christ Himself, and is to be used to open the spiritual treasury of the Church for the benefit of the faithful.

There’s a bit more to it than that.

The only source for this “bestowed” power, is, as usual, some piece of declamatio fantasy writing. In this case, the so-called words of Saint Peter (originally named Simon).

Catholics believe this power to have been given by God to Peter. Conveniently, this imaginary power was then the “right” of all the supposed successors.

There is a description of the conferral of the Power of the Keys in Matthew 16:13:

When Jesus went into the region of Caesarea Philippi ….He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Simon Peter said in reply, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.” Jesus said to him in reply, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah. For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my heavenly Father. And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of the netherworld shall not prevail against it. I will give you the keys to the kingdom of heaven. Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven; and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.”

These “keys” also represent teaching authority. Again, we are also given this story about this imaginary character Peter’s meeting with Jesus.


In Revelations, (1:18, 3:7) – which we already know is a completely forged “documentation” purely created as propaganda in the 1400’s, we get given the story of why the Catholic Church is the supreme master of all spiritual matters.

Jesus calls on Simon/Peter and appoints him the Church’s primary teacher, an office that will, of course, continue to have successors. With these keys, Peter the first Bishop (and his successors) have Jesus’s own teaching authority over the new House of David, the Catholic Church here on earth and only the catholic church.

How convenient.

Oh, and it rules the universe too, let’s not forget.

under god universe

There’s a strange resemblance to laurel leaves – the shape used in symbols – made by those hands that I never noticed before. Perhaps that’s what symbols like this really mean:

Scientology’s Sea Organization symbol – bottom left

sea org

Looks rather the same “universal” order to me!

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The King James Bible

A history of “the world”.

Part 2


We’re going to come back around to Martin Luther again here, but first let’s review.

In part 1 of this section, we covered that in England it was strictly forbidden to translate the Bible into the native tongue. This ban was vigorously enforced by Catholics, and that the only authorised version of the Bible was St Jerome’s Vulgate, which very few people could read because it was in Latin, and which was a hodgepoge of forgeries and declamatios.

We discussed:

  • rebelling against that with a new hodgepodge (the King James bible) wasn’t exactly an improvement
  • that the bible was one of the first targets of the newly arrived to England slavemasters – a translation of the Vulgate, the Bible – into English.
  • Erasmus Desiderious, one of those “emigree” declamatio writers had been invited to England, learned Greek, hung around Cambridge, then created the New Testament in Greek, called Textus Receptus – published in 1519 and 1522. He then was commission to re-write the Vulgate in “better Latin”, published 1522.the same basic time period that Erasmus is hanging out with the British slavemasters at Cambridge (and “decides” to go learn Greek) is exactly when Martin Luther makes his move. It becomes very obvious who’s really driving these moves.
  • the selling of Indulgences, and what anathema/maranatha practices were – and the fact that both showed up in Scientology and other “religions”.

redemption for cash…


Martin Luther confronted a Catholic priest with his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517. The priest was trying to sell him an Indulgence.

indulgence 1517 martin luther


Martin Luther refused to retract his statements and by 1521 he was then excommunicated by the Pope, and condemned as an outlaw by the Emperor!

He was declared



So, here we are.

The next thing that happens is that Martin goes and hides out in Wartburg Castle for the next year or so. Working together (covertly) with British agent Erasmus, he begins to translate Erasmu’s Greek New Testament into German.

Wartzburg Castle overlooks the the town of Eisenach, in the state of Thuringia, Germany.


Spectacularly beautiful.


The Courtyard – in 1676.


Not exactly roughing it, was he.

Here’s the “shrine” – the room – that Martin Luther is alleged to have done his scribing in.

luthers hangout wartzburg

Now, isn’t it interesting, that in less than six months after that, Erasmus’s New Testament was first published and the complete Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments and Apocrypha, in 1534.

And what was Martin Luther working on? Translating Erasmus’  Textus Receptus into German in order to:

…make it more accessible to all the people of the “Holy Roman Empire of the German nation.” 

Like Erasmus, Luther had been tasked to learn Greek at a time when it was seldom taught.

Latin schools had been formed by the Brethren of the Common Life,  a Roman Catholic religious community founded in the Netherlands allegedly by a man named Gerard Groote, who formed it after having a “religious experience” during an illness. They then denounced the lax lives of the clergy as decadent and evil, and started a school of sorts. They spared no pains to obtain good masters, if necessary from foreign countries, for their schools, which became centres of spiritual and intellectual life of the Catholic Church. The Brethren added Greek as a new subject to their curriculum in the late 1400’s, and Erasmus studied it at their branch in the Netherlands, while Luther studied at Magdeburg.

A very strange thing about this group, is that it was protected by one of the most decadent and evil popes around – Eugene IV!

To me, that makes it an obvious front group of sorts, a controlled opposition. Martin Luther was right in line with the opposing faction of the Nesilim, and had obviously somewhat infiltrated them in a way, while learning Greek. I say that, because their movement, sometimes referred to as devotio moderna was pretty much destroyed by Luther’s Protestant Reformation, and had entirely ceased to exist by the time that England (who used the reformation to weaken the Catholic Church and Spain) had become the dominant world power under Nesilim tutelage (Cecil, etc.). was seriously affected by the religious upheaval during the Protestant Reformation, and the brethren ceased to exist early in the 17th century.

A move well-played, all things considered.

The Luther bible came out in 1534, in German. Remember, it was anathema and a death sentence to do such a thing.

Luther bible 1534

In 1611, when Cecil man Francis Bacon produced the King James Version, it was said that he drew significantly from William Tyndale, as well as translations that descended from his. One estimate suggests the New Testament in the King James Version is 83% Tyndale’s and the Old Testament 76%.

Since we know that the New Testament actually came from British-sponsored declamatio author Erasmus, that becomes rather interesting. We also know that the “Old” Testament wasn’t old, it was a new creation by emigree Greeks from Constatinople, part of the declamatio party of the 1400’s under Pope Nicholas V and his successor.

William Tyndale was the first one to translate the previous edition of the Vulgate into English. Together with British agents Martin Luther and Erasmus, this was all part of the British Nesilim attack on the other Nesilims – the Catholics.

He was first tasked to learn Greek and Hebrew, and he had to learn Hebrew in Germany due to England’s active Edict of Expulsion against the Jews.

Then he became a leading figure in “Protestant reform”, and then he produced the English bible to further piss off the Catholics (and break their dominance using a bible noone could read, pretty much).

Tyndale’s translation was the first English bible to be printed using the printing press.

Enter Henry the VIIIth.

Henry the VIII

When a copy of The Obedience of a Christian Man somehow managed to “make it’s way” into the hands of Henry VIII (think Nesilim tutors here) in 1528, he found the legal excuse he needed to break the Church in England from the Roman Catholic Church, six years later in 1534.

And who wanted that move?

The Nesilim faction that had moved to England.

And who was that book by?

William Tyndale.


The full title was:

The Obedience of a Christen man, and how Christen rulers ought to govern, wherein also (if thou mark diligently) thou shalt find eyes to perceive the crafty convience of all iugglers.

The crafty convenience of jugglers? That’s fascinating! It means that this was also a book about perceiving propaganda tricks and covers of Catholic agents.

Guess what it advocated?

That the king of a country was the head of that country’s church, rather than the pope.


Enter for the first time since the Empire of the Nesilim, the counter-propaganda of:

the divine right of kings.


Henry VIII then declared himself the Supreme Head of the Church of England, issuing the Act of Supremacy in 1534.

Note: we are less than 20 years from when this faction of Nesilim, through a branch led by Turksman Osman I, would take Constantinople away from the Catholic Church.

This is the same year that Tyndale’s bible in English was published.

Tyndale was imprisoned by the Catholics, then strangled and burned at the stake in October of 1536.

Two years later, Henry the VIII would give us authorization of The Great Bible for the Church of England—which was largely Tyndale’s own work.

Hence, the Tyndale Bible, as it was known, continued to play a key role in spreading Reformation ideas across the English-speaking world and, eventually, to the British Empire.


You can see more reproduction images of the “Tyndale Bible” – here.


Revelation – revelation tyndale 1536

Martyrdom –



Thomas Coverdale, put in charge of creating/editing The Great Bible, was not proficient in Hebrew or Greek, so he used Erasmus, Luther and Tyndale as his main sources. He made use of Tyndale’s translation of the New Testament (following Tyndale’s November 1534 Antwerp edition) and of those books which were translated by Tyndale: the Pentateuch, and the book of Jonah.

In 1538, at the direction of Thomas Cromwell, he was in Paris, superintending the printing of the “Great Bible,” and the same year were published, both in London and Paris, editions of a Latin and an English New Testament, the latter being by Coverdale. That 1538 (technically 1539) Bible was a diglot (dual-language) Bible, in which he compared the Latin Vulgate with his own English translation.

It was called “great” because of its size.


Both the images and Scriptures on the title page convey a definite royal message: the King had authority from God to give the Bible to the people.

Notice these features:

At the very top of the page, overseeing all, is a very Christ-like face, depicting God. The words on the ribbons coming from God the Latin for 2 Scriptures

So the words also that come out of my mouth shall not return again void unto me, but shall accomplish my will.” (Isaiah 55:11)
I have found a man close to my own heart, which shall fulfill all my will.” (Acts 13:22)

At the top right hand corner, facing God is King David (whose face looks very much like Henry VIII’s), with the words from Psalm 119:105, “Thy word is a lantern unto my feet”.

Central to all is the figure of King Henry VIII, whose crown has been removed in deference to God The King hands the Verbum Dei (the Word of God) to the leaders of the Church, (Thomas Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury), and the Civil Government (Thomas Cromwell, the Lord Privy Seal).

So see now, Henry is depicted as having the “hot line” to God, instead of the Pope.

the god hotline

Well hey, two can play that game of imaginary conversations with imaginary people, right?

Oh how that must have embarassed the hell out of the other branch of the Nesilim – I should have like to have seen their faces, you can practically see the steam coming out of their ears.


Nothing like having your own propaganda campaign stolen right out from under you.

wile-e-coyote no ground


So, Pope Paul III couldn’t contain himself, and issued the edict that the English Bibles be burned and the presses stopped.

Henry VIII flagrantly ignored this order – he’s the supreme roolah, you know – and commanded that a Tyndale/Coverdale Bible be put into every English Church, chained to a bookstand, so that every citizen would have access to a Bible.

It’s a bit like watching two kids fighting.

the-people-are-mine - rage

Fast forward now, to the time of King James I (also called James VI of Scotland.)

Under the suggestion of William Cecil’s son Robert, King James abolished the death penalty attached to English Bible translation, and commissioned a new version.

Most foreign language versions of the bible have been derived from the King James Bible; therefore the long chain of deliberate falsifications are now compounded many-fold.

Mass printings allowed this Bible to be inexpensive enough to find its way into the poorest homes throughout England and later the American frontier. The King James Bible shaped the character of the English language and left an even deeper mark on the character and spiritual history of both England and America, but not maybe how you might think.

New Testament King James version


Although many will try and tell you that a whole bunch of scholars worked on this, in the end it was really Francis Bacon that encoded it – with real live code, no less. (There will be a separate article that covers that code).

If you recall, John Dee (an agent for William Cecil) had helped create the Kabbalah in the first place, which then came to be known as Lurian Kabbalah.

Not so strangely, that version carried a particularly british slavemaster instruction, for the Jewish people to spread throughout the world – this is colonization propaganda. The Religious reason given, was “so they could assist in raising the “divine sparks” in all humanity” and that this would then restore the world and make uniting with god possible.

When Francis Bacon got done with his editing of the previous declamatio edits, the KJV carried the “foretelling” (which had been newly created) of:

…that the scattering of the Holy People would be the forerunner of their Restoration.

He had a verse in Deuteronomy “explain” that the scattering would be:

“from one end of the earth even to the other end of the earth.” .

and thus –

“…the promises of the Almighty would be fulfilled, and the Golden Age would dawn.

Later on, when the really big push began for the empire-building colonization efforts – which is also when the overpopulation propaganda would show up all the over the place – british slavemasters engaged (commissioned) Rabbi Ben-Israel to write the book, Hope of Israel in 1650. In it, he promoted the idea that Jews should go into all parts of the world and blend in with the local population.

That was the call to go forth and colonize for the British.

They were told that if they did, then their scripture would be fulfilled and their Messianic Age could begin.

The long con continues

in other words.

Notice that after the Jews did this, that no messianic age emerged. They were lied to, and used as chess-pieces on the fighting Nesilim factions chessboard.




Regarding faith, in De augmentis, Bacon wrote that:

“…the more discordant, therefore, and incredible, the divine mystery is, the more honour is shown to God in believing it, and the nobler is the victory of faith.

I admired his tongue-in-cheek action there, because he, of all people, having looked at these supposed documents, knew damn well it was all bullshit, so he’s basically indirectly telling the reader what’s really going on there – for those who are willing to see what is.

But at the same time, I utterly abhor his use of religious claptrap to use people as chess pieces to help establish global domination!

Bacon also shows the propaganda campaign he was participating in, in his Frontispiece to Instauratio Magna (1620). The Latin inscription is from the declamatio book of Daniel 12:4, altered to suit the New Learning.

Multi pertransibunt et augebitur scientia.

Many shall go to and fro and knowledge shall be increased.

This was the actual quote being used (matching well to the Lurian Kabbala version) –

King James edition, Daniel 12:4,

But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.“.


In his Of the Limits and Ends of Knowledge – he couldn’t be more obvious as to what that “scripture” was really doing in the KJV.

…all knowledge appeareth to be a plant of God’s own planting, so it may seem the spreading and flourishing or at least the bearing and fructifying of this plant, by a providence of God, nay not only by a general providence but by a special prophecy, was appointed to this autumn of the world: for to my understanding it is not violent to the letter, and safe now after the event, so to interpret that place in the prophecy of Daniel where speaking of the latter times it is said, ‘many shall pass to and fro, and science shall be increased’ [Daniel 12:4]; as if the opening of the world by navigation and commerce and the further discovery of knowledge should meet in one time or age.

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as if the opening of the world by navigation and commerce and the further discovery of knowledge should meet in one time or age.

– –

That’s a veiled reference to the same “Golden Age” that was put into the Lurian Kabbalah, see that?

Some other rather interesting works by Bacon –

Frontispiece to Sylva sylvarum, or, a naturall history in ten centuries, 1626.

Frontispiece to Sylva sylvarum, or, a naturall history in ten centuries, 1626, by Francis Bacon

Frontispiece of Bacon’s Novum Organum.

Frontispiece of Bacon's Novum Organum

In that book (it’s title in english is New Method) he divides his writing into two parts, “On the Interpretation of Nature and the Empire of Man”, and “On the Interpretation of Nature, or the Reign of Man”.

He starts out saying that man is “the minister and interpreter of nature”, that “knowledge and human power are synonymous”, that “effects are produced by the means of instruments and helps”, and that “man while operating can only apply or withdraw natural bodies; nature internally performs the rest”, and later that “nature can only be commanded by obeying her”.

This is a somewhat veiled approach to the teachings of his uncle, William Cecil, as well as John Dee, but it is also an indirect hit against the whole Catholic Church – their propaganda that all knowledge resides in the Pope on Earth and God ultimately.

It was in New Atlantis in 1623 – Atlantis was Dee’s term for America – that Bacon not only resurrects Dee’s completely fictional propaganda of the discovery of America by welsh princes/King Arthur, he also does a rework of the Flood story!

Bacon tells us that a group of Europeans travel west from Peru by boat. After having suffered with strong winds at sea and fearing for death, they “did lift up their hearts and voices to God above, beseeching him of his mercy”.

After which, these travellers finally reached the island of Bensalem, where they found a fair and well governed city, and were received kindly and with all humanity by a Christian and cultured people, who had been converted centuries before by a miracle wrought by Saint Bartholomew, twenty years after the Ascension of Jesus, by which the scriptures had reached them in a mysterious ark of cedar floating on the sea, guarded by a gigantic pillar of light, in the form of a column, over which was a bright cross of light.

Wow. Metaphoric overload!


Remember what he said about these kinds of stories:

“…the more discordant, therefore, and incredible, the divine mystery is, the more honour is shown to God in believing it, and the nobler is the victory of faith.

De augmentis

That’s pretty damn discordant and incredible, wouldn’t you say?

I think it’s the application of a tactic that is worded much later in time as: The bigger the lie, the more people will believe it.

Of course, that’s just a bit of an oxymoronic conundrum for a guy like Bacon, who is supposedly about truth and the scientific method, to be participating in such nasty misleading of people.

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The Rosicrucian invention


Propaganda and “history” for hire – Take Two

Towards the end of William Cecil’s prominence, and the rise of James I, Cecil had sold the British nobility on using “the public” as a patron.

Through he and Walsingham’s efforts, they had introduced the idea of public opinion – the people – to influence financial and government matters, much like he did to create pressure on Elizabeth to execute her cousin Mary.

By the turn of the seventeenth century several countries, including England, had a flourishing commercial press and an audience willing to consume vernacular works – as in plain and colloquial English.

Coinciding with that, was the changeover from Queen Elizabeth to King James I. The only person who survived that changeover, as far as power plays go, was William Cecil’s son Robert.

As usual, a Cecil was right in the thick of choosing and arranging the next ruler (for them to control) to take the throne. The spy network was used to ensure this ascension. William Paddy, one of Robert Cecil’s physicians, had the code name “No. 40” in the secret negotiations that secured James I’s accession.

Upon success of their machinations, James effected a clearout of Elizabethan personnel when he arrived in 1603 with his Scottish entourage. Robert Cecil became James’s ‘first favourite’ and was made Earl of Salisbury, whilst Paddy was knighted and served James as a personal physician.

The reason there was a rise of what was called “Rosicrucianism” or The Rosy Cross, had to do with works arranged for by Cecil (for both the nobility and the “commoners” to consume) that began alleging this egyptian/scottish/masons triad myth.

Drawing on the previously commissioned declamatio works from the Constantinople emigres (more on this later) this became billed as yet again, “revealed ancient knowledge” in the later days of William Cecil, and the early days of King James I.

These “client” scholars (with patrons paying for this propaganda) combined their “interpretations” with a long-standing Scottish belief in their ancient Egyptian ancestry. Hector Boece’s Scotorum historiae, for example, argued that hieroglyphic was the original Scottish script.William Schaw, appointed Master of the Work and Warden General in 1583, combined the earlier invention of Hermes (Hermeticism) with the first hints of an alleged egyptian group of masons, as well as with architectural symbolism and especially the “art” of memory.

Schaw was commissioned to “reform” (that really meant REINVENT) Scottish masonry. His work presented (exactly as ordered) that Hermes “had played a major part in preserving the knowledge of the mason craft and transmitting it to mankind after the flood”. His statutes emphasized possession of “the art of memorie and the science thairof”.

Note: there’s that flood story which goes with the overpopulation propaganda – a key point.

Schaw’s idea of this supposed “art of memorie and the science thairof” drew on another commissioned author – Alexander Dickson. Dickson became a court favorite after he “renounced” Catholicism and spying. His De memoriae virtute (1583) discussed the “art of memory” in this Hermetic Egyptian context.

Dickson’s compatriot, William Fowler, was another “expert” in this art of memory. His manuscripts include a treatise on it and discuss “teaching your maiestie the arte of me[m]orie” – referring to King James.

As a somewhat humorous side-note, you could say: “Look! It’s the earliest predecessor to psychiatry!” which would include things like Dianetics and psychotherapy – all concerned with “recall” ability. Interesting, eh? We’ll talk about that more later, here at the blog.

Lest you get the wrong impression, however, I think it might behoove us to take a look at what was meant by this art of memory business.

In the newly invented language called “Classical Latin”, it is referred to as: ars memoriae and Ars Memorativa.

It is yet another “import” declamatio idea that is backdated and fictionalized, associated with the created character Aristotle. Meaning, it is not really an art in the usual sense, it is defined as a “method or set of prescriptions that adds order and discipline to the pargmatic, natural activities of humans” – now there’s a loaded statement, eh?

Not too surprisingly, a large part of this subject was actually a description of modern methods of manipulation as seen in advertising, psychological warfare, and politics, because it actually mostly dealt with training in rhetoric and the slavemaster ideas about logic (which are seriously flawed).

The “art of memory” principles was also used in particularly the religious and the magical. If you see that word?

In slavemasterese, their “special speak” –

It means codes and cipers


Another way to look at what it was used for, is that there were also drills and exercises “to organize” ones memories, improve recall, but more importantly (and this is part of the code aspect) to assist in the combination and ‘invention’ of ideas.

Propaganda training, in other words.

Some of the techniques taught, which you can immediately see were actually manipulation of others methods, were things like associating emotionally striking images with a visual of a location; the chaining or “association” of groups of images – like a montage, for example. You can see that particular one start appearing in a lot of the visual art of the period.

Another technique was the association of images with signs, markings, and figures in Latin, or just the simple association of text with images – like the modern blogs of today, for example.

The thing is, apparently they thought this could be taught, this “art” of manipulating by association, and they very much wanted (and needed) others to front for them – the slavemasters – in creating all these images for people to see.

In fact, “practice” of this technique, often involved the contemplation or study of architecture, books, sculpture and paintings.

But all that would really do (and I doubt they understand this to this day) is, result in simply a re-combination of existing ideas – most of which are slavemaster-driven in the first place.

Of course, it does explain the rather narrow focus of entertainment, art, and so on, during the last five hundred years. When one is stuck revolving around fictional greek and roman history and characters, (including the bible here) there are only so many ways to re-present the same ol’, same ol’.

I wouldn’t exactly call staying in the same pen of ideasadvancement at all, would you?

no shaking head


Seems rather more accurate to view it as a controlled compartmentalization of people and their thoughts.


Coming back again to why all this “hermetic” this, that, and the other thing  – works created along this Hermetic/Scottish egyptian line – the reason had to do with the slavemasters plan to have James replace Elizabeth – a controlled changeover, in other words.

Cecil and his crew, were basically preparing and manipulating the Scottish and English people to accept King James, by first commissioning all this BS “ancient history”, and then placing James amidst the “sacred line” descending from Egypt all the way down, etc. etc. etc., ad nauseum.

Then there were the works with a decidedly more “mystic” aspect. Loosely termed Hermetic Mysticism – better known as Rosicrucian.

The timing of this was perfect, the Rosicrucian manifestos “appeared” in Germany right in the first part of King James reign, when Robert Cecil’s “united empire” plans and global expansion programs were in full swing.

It began with the publication of the Rosicrucian Manifestoes: the Fama Fraternitatus (1614) and later the Confessio Fraternitatus.

The documents, of course, were commissioned by the Cecils through their network, appearing them in Germany being all part of the “slapping” of the Catholic Church (the Holy Roman Empire was in Germany).

This new “fraternity” of the rosy cross, was exactly in line with the previous works that had prepared the way, the words that were backdating ancient “mason” history, along with veiled Scottish mysticism and egyptian lineage and so on.

These manifestoes were a call to unite in a scientific and spiritual reform of Europe. Through knowledge, humanity would be able “to experience and understand the Divine in nature, the difference between the material and the spiritual, and their relationship with God.”

Unfortunately, in the hands of the slavemasters we saw just what that “enlightenment” actually looked like for the bulk of humanity – slavery, degradation –

and more slavery.


One of the more well-known authors in the Hermetic Mysticism genre was Robert Fludd. At the bequest of Robert Cecil and Francis Bacon (who became the Imperator of the Rosicrucians) Fludd created several works. Several of them were specifically dedicated to James, including the first volume of his Utriusque cosmi of 1617, in which James is accorded the Hermetic epithet “Ter Maximus”, and saluted as “the most potent and wise prince in the world”.

It appears that Fludd was a deep-cover agent, on the surface he was a “devout Catholic” but yet he went on to become King James physician, something that Cecil would not have allowed unless he was using him somehow.

Here’s a beautiful example from the University of Delaware, of Fludd’s rendition of the symbol of the Rosicrucians – the “invisible college” – the rosy cross.

Fludd_-_rose_crossRobert Fludd, Clavis philosophiae et alcymiae Fluddanae. Francofurti: Guilhelmum Fitzerum, 1633


Note: There a number of wonderful images of Fludd’s work at the U of Delaware website – might be worth your perusal.

This engraving, typifies the view that was desired to be propagated – the three-fold perception/intellect idea that “man” has ie: the World of the Senses, the World of Imagination and the World of the Intellect which connects one to God.

Fludd idea of thinking and perceptionUtriusque cosmi maioris scilicet et minoris metaphysica, physica atqve technica historia: in duo volumina secundum cosmi differentiam. Oppenhemii: ære Johan–Theodori de Bry, typis Hieronymi Galleri, 1617–21.

Just to familiarize you a bit more with the propaganda techniques that had been introduced (not to mention the codes and ciphers aspect), in this portrait of Robert Fludd you can see the elements (the training) of the “art of memory” being employed. Latin text, emotional images, scenery, cryptic notations etc.


It should be noted that Fludd was another one of these “suddenly appeared” kind of scholars. He only shows up in England, really, at Oxford in 1605, where he was trying to be “certified” as a doctor – you will note that this was shortly after James I ascended the throne. The story goes that he was “studying on the continent” previously, while that may be true, I kind of doubt that’s all he was doing. For all we know he, as Cecil’s agent, could have been doing all manner of things, including inciting (or arranging) the Rosicrucian call to arms in the first place.

Michael Maier, Fludd’s compatriot, propagated the fiction of “secrecy” and colleges. In his work “Silentium Post Clamores,” he, of course, used the usual “ancient times” lie. He told his readers that colleges existed to perpetuate studies in medicine and science and that such knowledge for its own protection was secretly passed from generation to generation through a system of initiation.

Secret invented language (Latin), must “pass” to get in, sounds like they certainly brought that right on down to modern times with who gets in “what” college, and who gets to study with who, that goes on still in modern medical training.

But it also is complete bs that it was an “ancient” tradition.

Ancient again?


WHY WHY WHY - Star Trek

Why do these people always insist their invented claptrap is ancient?

I know that’s a rhetorical question, but still, the more I find and expose that ancient wasn’t at all, the more it pisses me off that there has been so much lying just to gain IMAGE power and influence!

That reminds me, Robert Cecil had also carefully controlled James to be concerned about his “public image”. As a result, one aspect of that image (recommended to James) was to strongly cultivated the image of monarchy as a fountain, an endless dispenser of grace and favour, or (as critics saw it) profligacy and corruption.

You will note the “controversial” aspect there – that is a Slavemaster trademark to gain attention.

James even got on board the idea to present himself as the principal author of the “King James’ Bible”, with the real work overseen by Francis Bacon and Robert Cecil, and said to be riddled with “Rosicrucian” codes and ciphers.

Whether that was true or not, doesn’t really interest me. What interests me is the propaganda aspect, the deliberate and massive effort to now include a much larger segment of the population in the empire-building plans. I believe the supposedly new bible, was all part of that shift to “the public”. Please don’t forget that this is the FIRST edition of the bible that “the people” could even see or read, and still is what they are reading to this day. Whether they know it or not, this is where, and more importantly when, it comes from.

Isn’t that interesting? We have everything lining up perfectly right here in time, not thousands or tens of thousands or millions of years ago.

Only 500 years ago.


That makes a hell of a lot more sense. Of course, the real question is what really went on in these thousands of years ago that they keep so desperately trying to hide and obfuscate?

burning question

But we’ll talk about that some other time.

Anyway, as ‘the public’ became the new kind of authority-conferring patron, the real patrons such as Cecil, instructed their “clients’  – writers of popular and practical works – to begin dedicating their books towards the people, as opposed to flowery dedications to their patrons. For example, the astrologer Simon Forman in his Groundes of the longitude, dedicated his book “to all true students of Geography and Cosmography”. Others simply wrote: “to the courteous reader”.

James’s Scottish court patronized several influential defenders of astrology. Magic, mathematics and prophecy “visibly flourished” in Edinburgh and James’s court itself.

Of course – that (magic) was the main “code” used by Cecil (invented by John Dee) to communicate to deep cover agents. It was not a code of “ancient truth” or other such claptrap – it was a real, live, operational code and cipher system to both train agents in its workings, identify and recruit others who figured it out, and to drop messages and instructions to agents involved in current operations.

You can see why “numerology” (later mixed up and “mystified” as Qabbalah) appeared on the scene at this time as well – again, it’s just more coding. See Robert Pont’s 1599 Newe treatise of the right reckoning of yeares, and ages of the world  – as an example.

Now it’s time to go back to our time-line and see who else is pushing the whole flood story/over-population angle.

Loading up the time-machine again –

Time Machine




A pamphlet published by the authority of the royal council of Virginia, asked: “What man is so simple that doth not see the necesseitie of employment for our multitude of people, which though they be our flourishing fruits of peace and health, yet be they no longer good and holesome in themselves.

The author argued at length that England had a surplus population and that it was impossible in so great a body of people, “which yeerely doe increase amongst us,” to prevent poverty, corruption and disease; to which he then “concluded” that colonization was advisable.

– The New Life of Virginia: Being the Second part of Nova Britannia, pp. 21-23, Force I, no. 7

William Strachey, wrote that the colony was “a fruictfull and pleasant country to seat and settle the swarmes of our ranck multitude, who tast in this our owne clyme nothing but of Idlenes, Prophannes, and want.” – Brown Genesis I, p. 340


Colonists land at Plymouth Rock.




Same “overpopulation” arguments used to support Scottish colonization.

Sir William Alexander’s patent for New Scotland, dated Sept. 10, 1621, James Stuart, as King of Scotland, said, “we thinking how populous and crowded this land now is by Divine favor” have judged it important that many should be settled on new territory.




Toward the end of King James I reign (1625) it was pointed out that the English towns were overcrowded, and hence needed a “vent” for their people into Virginia, “even if they should have to defray the cost of transpoting the people.

– H.M.C. MSS. of Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, p. 109.

The nobility really wanted to get rid of people, didn’t they?




It was proposed to found a royal colony in America, by means of which England might annually rid herself of 3000 poor, and “the prisons may be emptied, and much blood saved as well as relief given to many by sending them thither.

-Cal. Col. 1574-1660, pp. 50,54, 56. Cal. Dom. 1623-1625, p. 521

Oh, good. Instead of killing them and “wasting blood” we’ll send them to America as bondsmen (basically a slave) where they can die in much more interesting ways.

Such a deal.





Petition of the London Company to the House of Commons stated that one of the advantages arising from Virginia would be “the removal of the surcharge of necessitus people.

– Virginia Co II, pp. 526-528 London Co. II, p. 264.




First slave made in the colonies – now legal.


In 1640 a Virginia court sentenced John Punch to slavery, forcing him to serve his master, Hugh Gwyn, for the remainder of his life. This was the fist legal sanctioning of slavery in the English colonies.

Note: In 1655, A black man, Anthony Johnson of Virginia, was granted ownership of John Casor as the result of a civil case. By 1750, slavery was a legal institution in all of the 13 American colonies, and the profits of the slave trade and of West Indian plantations amounted to 5% of the British economy at the time of the Industrial Revolution.

Of course, by then, the bulk of their income was coming from their slave states in India and their Opium drug-mongering from China.

Such lovely people, the British nobility are.





Petition to Parliament about colonization –

It was said that “when a Kingdom beginneth to be over-burthened with a multitude of people (as England and Scotland now do), to have a convenient place where to send forth Colonies is no small benefit: and Such are the North-east and North-west parts of America.

– A Petition of W.C. exhibited to the High Court of Parliament (London 1641) p. 6 Force I, no 13.




It might interest you to know, that only during the eighteenth century, after English colonization had already taken root and after American independence, did the Madoc myth re-surface—in the 1790’s.

Guess what it was used for then? Trying to get Americans to expand westward. Once again the Madoc claims were used, only the emphasis and focus had altered slightly to assert American sovereignty over the western regions of the continent against Spanish, French, Russian, and even British claims to those lands.

Good old fictional Madoc had gone a transformation from Welsh to British to American in the course of the two hundred years since Dee.

In the latest American use of this fictional farce, stories were circulated of blond haired, blue eyed Indians speaking a language that sounded very much like Welsh. But as the desire to push further west came over various financial interest, so did the “sightings” of these supposed Indians. At first they seemed to be in the Appalachian Region of North Carolina, then Kentucky, or Missouri, finally the Mandan tribe of the upper Missouri region of North Dakota came to be associated with Madoc and the Welsh. In the end, of course, no Welsh Indians were never discovered.

Reference – Madoc and John Dee: Welsh Myth and Elizabethan Imperialism – an article from the Elizabethan Review by
Robert W. Barone


That concludes our tour of the medieval invention and use of the “overpopulation” propaganda, now we’ll move forward in time to when it would next show up again.

Can you guess when it was?

Let’s go see!

Come with Me

Well, you guessed it.

Here we are in the 1800’s.

the 1800's the people

The other big point-in-time of massive declamatio inventions and re-iterations. And why would that be? Were the British slavemasters looking to make more colonies?

No, not exactly, but they were looking to expand their territory so to speak. Only this time it was with using the people themselves in a different way.

It was an expansion of mind, of commerce, of needing a new class of people to take the slavemasters into the 20th century and hopefully (in their mind) to the stars.

Gotta conquer the entire universe now, ya see.

Think of all the colonies!


oh-boy spanky

So, this is when our overpopulation propaganda shows up again in a big way, amidst much other propaganda as well – most of which was regurgitated out of the earlier giant crop in the 1400’s and 1500’s called the “renaissance”. A better example of a misnomer than I shall probably ever see, methinks.

In the mid-1700′s, as part of the overall plan to begin making moves to “rule the world” – various Brits sponsored the publishing of what would be called Fairy Tales.

The definition of “fairy” given in New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences: Comprehending all the Branches of Useful Knowledge (1754):

[…] The fairies are a pecular species of divinities, that have but little relation to any of those of the antient Greeks or Romans, unless perhaps to the larvæ; though others, with great reason, will not have them ranked among gods, but suppose them an intermediate kind of beings, neither gods, angels, men, or devils. They are of oriental extraction, and seem to have been invented by the Persians and Arabs, whose religion and history abound with relations concerning them: these have a particular country which they suppose the fairies to inhabit, called Fairyland. (pp. 1198-9)

Note this particular sentence:

[…] seem to have been invented by the Persians and Arabs […]

That is a veiled insult towards one of the next targets of the British – The Ottoman Empire.

The significance of this, is that you are actually catching the Slavemasters red-handed, in the beginning of their biggest foray yet  into the use of propaganda delivered to the “common people”. They needed armies, and it sure wasn’t going to be them that fought their own wars.

By the 1800’s, they had resurrected and re-arranged the much older declamatio works or “oriental tales” of alleged ancient Greek authors. No need to belabor that point – we know what that means now.

These “exotic” tales (where exotic means supposedly from the Orient) were completely changed from anything resembling any actual “Oriental” origin. As in – either completely invented, or so changed by the insertion of fabricated parts as to be almost unrecognizable from any so-called “Oriental” tale. This was done intentionally by “approved” authors to reinforce the existing prejudices that were desired for the audience to have.

“Fairy tales” were part of pushing an extremely Nationalist agenda of the Brits, coinciding perfectly with the second-wave of Britain’s empire-building plans for which they needed people to go out and establish “colonies”.

By the late 1800’s Cecil Rhodes had encapsulated the newly worded goal as: a One-World government led by Britain. The real goal was making the peoples of the world into subjects of a Monarchy – A British Monarchy.

In his own words – ‘Confession of Faith’, 1876

Why should we not form a secret society with but one object, the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for making the Anglo Saxon race but one Empire? What a dream, but yet it is probable, it is possible.

As usual when the British slavemasters were “empire-building”, one would expect to see the overpopulation/flood story propaganda trotted out.

And so it was.

The interesting thing is how.

Remember this?

Apparently, archaelogists (in the 19th century) “…found that Pausanias was a reliable guide to the sites they were excavating.

That’s rather extremely disingenuous, considering Pausanias was the guy supposedly written about by Berossus, neither one of which ever existed.

But especially important, is this again –

The alleged “reconstructions” of Berossus Flood story (who supposedly mentions Pausanias) written by Eusebius but reconstructed by a George Syncellus.

None of which are real people.

But, there was a strange first appearance of George’s supposed works being sold, exactly in the 1800’s – “Chronographia tripartita”.

References – Catalogue of Printed Books and Manuscripts in Various Languages, Now on Sale by Payne and Foss, 1837; Another source (the 7th Duke of Devonshire’s library listing), 1803.

I had said that:

Considering that we’re dealing with a “first” printing date of more than 800 years after the fact of this alleged “compiler” that included Berossus flood story, and it had been done right in the middle of the British/French big spate of “copies” of the early declamatios (plus declamatio-ing the declamatios that was going on at that time as well) – I find this to be highly spurious.

Enter the supposed Pausania’s maps of ruins – and archaelogical finds that just happen to validate things like the Flood story, just in time to begin the empire-building push.

You might have noticed, that these people always come up with some sort of new myth as part of trying to spur people to do something.

This myth, is going to be the supposed Sumerian versions of all this – the archaeological finds such as the Sumarian Kings list, the Eridu Genesis, the Epic of Atra-Hasis or the Epic of Gilgamesh.

Which were found in the 1800’s.

It gets much better than that.

Let’s start with the supposed find of the Atrahasis epic and overpopulation.

You can see how fake-looking this supposedly 4000 year-old tablet is.

Atrahasis - british museumimage from the British Museum


Tablet II begins with more overpopulation of humans, who have become bothersome to the gods. Tiring of the incessant noise, Enlil sends, plague, famine, and drought at formulaic intervals of 1200 years to reduce the population.

The country was as noisy as a bellowing bull

The God grew restless at their racket,

Enlil had to listen to their noise.

He addressed the great gods,

“The noise of mankind has become too much,

I am losing sleep over their racket.

Give the order that surrupu-disease shall break out.”

– wikipedia

Where did this come from?

Its fragments were assembled and translated first by George Smith as The Chaldean Account of Genesis; the name of its hero was “corrected” to Atra-Hasis by Heinrich Zimmern in 1899.

And away we go…

Jackie Gleason - And Away We Go

The Long Con rises again…


George Smith (26 March 1840 – 19 August 1876), was recruited into this dark propaganda misadventure by Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, 1st Baronet GCB (5 April 1810 – 5 March 1895).

Smith was obsessed – his interest was so keen that while working at a printing firm, he spent his lunch hours at the British Museum, studying publications on the cuneiform tablets that had been unearthed near Mosul in present-day Iraq by Austen Henry Layard, Henry Rawlinson, and their Iraqi assistant Hormuzd Rassam, during the archaeological expeditions of 1840–1855.

Smith’s obsession with cuneiform studies was first noticed by Samuel Birch, Egyptologist and Direct of the Department of Antiquities, who brought the young man to the attention Sir Henry Rawlinson, who was propagandized as an “expert Assyriologist”.

Rawlinson had fabricated and presented previously, the Epic of Gilgamesh, as being one of the oldest-known written works of literature.

This starting to sound familiar?

Yep. They’re doing it again.

Rawlinson, was a British East India Company army officer – which means he was British intelligence. He had a lot of focus on trying to create “alliances” in Asia to prevent Russian from expanding to Persia (present-day Iran) and Afghanistan as springboards to British India.

This is where these archaelogical “expeditions” come in. For one thing, they were a great cover, for another, it was a way to undercut the Russian attempts at expansion, by giving a sense of false unity in Asia with Britain and the bible.

Austen Henry Layard worked in intelligence in Constantinople, employed by Sir Stratford Canning, the British Ambassador, in various “unofficial” diplomatic missions in Turkey.

Stratford Canning had been appointed (again) in 1841 as Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, a position he held for the next 17 years. Canning came to be seen as one of the leading figures in Istanbul, as British influence over the Porte increased and the Turks came to be seen more and more as British clients.

See where the “finds” come in? PR maneuvering to get the Turks on their side.

In a rather strange task for “just an Ambassador” to assign, in 1845 Canning ordered Layard to “make explorations” among the ruins of Assyria.  He did.

Then, after spending a few months in England, and receiving the degree of D.C.L. from the University of Oxford, Layard returned to Constantinople as attaché to the British embassy, and, in August 1849, started on a second expedition, in the course of which he extended his investigations to the ruins of Babylon and the mounds of southern Mesopotamia. His record of this expedition, Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon, which was illustrated by another folio volume, called A Second Series of the Monuments of Nineveh, was published in 1853.

Meanwhile, he was elected as a Liberal member for Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire in 1852, and then was (for a few weeks) – the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs!

Archaeology and Espionage? – what an odd mix. That really reeks to high heaven – is what I say.

In 1877 Layard was actually appointed by Benjamin Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield) as the Ambassador at Constantinople, where he remained until Gladstone’s return to power in 1880, when he finally retired from public life.

Back to George now –

As early as 1861, he was working evenings sorting and cleaning the mass of fragments of clay cylinders and tablets in the Museum’s storage rooms.


More fragments



Smith was appointed Senior Assistant in the Assyriology Department early in 1870.

– –

Here comes our Flood Story resurrected

and now a NEW myth about it –

In 1872, Smith achieved worldwide fame by his “translation” of the Chaldaean account of the Great Flood, which he read before the Society of Biblical Archaeology on 3 December and whose audience included the Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone.

Reference – George Smith (1876). The Chaldean Account of Genesis

And what was that again?

The country was as noisy as a bellowing bull

The God grew restless at their racket,

Enlil had to listen to their noise.

He addressed the great gods,

“The noise of mankind has become too much,

I am losing sleep over their racket.

Give the order that surrupu-disease shall break out.”

Then, we get the Persianized format (propaganda for the Turkish people) – which went like this:

King Yima rules as king for three hundred years, and soon the earth was full of men, flocks of birds and herds of animals. He deprived the daevas, who were demonic servants of the evil Ahriman, of wealth, herds and reputation during his reign. Good men, however, lived lives of plenty, and were neither sick nor aged. Father and son walked together, each appearing no older than fifteen. Ahura Mazda visits him once more, warning him of this overpopulation. Yima, shining with light, faced southwards and pressed the golden seal against the earth and boring into it with the poniard, says “O Spenta Armaiti, kindly open asunder and stretch thyself afar, to bear flocks and herds and men.”

The next part of the story tells of a meeting of Ahura Mazda and the Yazatas in Airyanem Vaejah, the first of the “perfect lands”. Yima attends with a group of “the best of mortals”, where Ahura Mazda warns him of an upcoming catastrophe:

“O fair Yima, son of Viva?hat! Upon the material world the evil winters are about to fall, that shall bring the fierce, deadly frost; upon the material world the evil winters are about to fall, that shall make snow-flakes fall thick, even an ardvi deep on the highest tops of mountains.”

See how it was adjusted from a flood of water, to a flood of snow in order to fit in with the mountainous lands of Turkey (not exactly close to an ocean, you see).

That’s called adjusting the propaganda based on your audience, and the fact that it even exists that way is a clear marker that it is complete propaganda – even if we didn’t know anything else about it.

OK, so now that we have resurrected ye ole Flood story, with the new myth of even older “records” of Bible stories, we would expect to see some authors start pushing overpopulation as part of some campaign.

And so they did…

They called it – Malthusianism and guess who we land right in the middle of. Our very own favorite little network of socialism/co-operation/darwinism/theosophism/communism/Ethical Culture propagandists!

*See Comprehensive History of the Oahspe.

And…all mixed up with the British intelligence wolf-in-sheeps clothing society – the Fabian Society.

This gathering, held in Gower Street, was memorable because it was attended by Mrs. Annie Besant, then notorious as an advocate of Atheism and Malthusianism, the heroine of several famous law cases, and a friend and colleague of Charles Bradlaugh.

The History of the Fabian Society by Edward R. Pease

Malthusianism is named for The Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus, an early 1800’s writer and religious “scholar”. He believed in “positive checks”, which lead to ‘premature’ death: disease, starvation, war, resulting in what is called a Malthusian catastrophe. The catastrophe would return population to a lower, more “sustainable”, level. The term has been applied in different ways over the last two hundred years, and has been linked to a variety of other political and social movements, but almost always refers to advocates of population control.

In case you missed it, this guy promoted that deliberately killing off people – as in war – was a positive thing. Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace picked up his torch, mixed in a little biology and renamed it Darwinism. Then it was renamed again as the thoroughly nasty Eugenics of Darwinite Francis Galton.

I’ll show you directly from Malthus’ writings –

Essay on the Principle of Population, Malthus calls for increased mortality among the poor:

All the children born, beyond what would be required to keep up the population to this level, must necessarily perish, unless room be made for them by the deaths of grown persons… To act consistently therefore, we should facilitate, instead of foolishly and vainly endeavoring to impede, the operations of nature in producing this mortality; and if we dread the too frequent visitation of the horrid form of famine, we should sedulously encourage the other forms of destruction, which we compel nature to use. Instead of recommending cleanliness to the poor, we should encourage contrary habits. In our towns we should make the streets narrower, crowd more people into the houses, and court the return of the plague. In the country, we should build our villages near stagnant pools, and particularly encourage settlements in all marshy and unwholesome situations.

…But above all, we should reprobate specific remedies for ravaging diseases; and those benevolent, but much mistaken men, who have thought they were doing a service to mankind by projecting schemes for the total extirpation of particular disorders.

(Book IV, Chap. V) — Read it online.

See that last bolded and colored part? This means they have cures for diseases for themselves, the special people, and they do not let us have them. Think that’s not the case?

Think again.


Malthusianism, advocated in the late 1800’s, was yet another resurrection of these same basic ideas, which were in turn still the same overpopulation propaganda that the British slavemasters had been using already for three hundred years.

People like Bernard Baruch would pick up the torch and use “less stagnant brain cells” around as a justification for the WWI purge of humanity – again, it’s the “flood” was needed – mass genocide – to handle “overpopulation”.

Coming further forward into the Twentieth Century, British agent Aldous Huxley picks up the torch and re-highlights Malthusianism in his book Brave New World (1932). In his future world, recreational sex is an integral part of society. According to the World State, sex is a social activity, rather than a means of reproduction (sex is encouraged from early childhood).  The maxim “everyone belongs to everyone else” is repeated often, and the idea of a “family” is considered pornographic. Marriage, natural birth, parenthood, and pregnancy are considered too obscene to be mentioned in casual conversation.

Aldous Huxley


Coming forward another 30+ years, guess who we have next?

L. Ron Hubbard.

In his fictional sci-fi and universal order tale that he called the Wall of Fire and made an Advanced level of Scientology courses – he resurrects and creates a new myth, a new flood story, updated and modernized.

Xenu The Galactic Overlord and the Body Thetans.


This is examined in great detail in my library compendium A Comprehensive History of the Oahspe but here’s the part where he inserts that this whole thing was a “solution” for overpopulation.

space planes OT III

From the written OT III materials – found in the Internet Archive

Original OT 3 scan

The head of the Galactic Federation (76 planets around larger stars visible from here) (founded 95,000,000 years ago, very space opera) solved overpopulation (250 billion or so per planet – 178 billion on average) by mass implanting

Previously he had named this Federation as having something to do with Marcabians, which he said was not their right name, and they were really Espinolians – a not too thinly veiled dig at the highly Catholic Spanish regimes.


Here’s another example from before he invented the Xenu story –

… But the rest of this universe isn’t run this way. It’s a question of where are we? Why?

Well, I know this: that onto this planet there’s a great deal of dumping has gone on.

Stuff from the nearby galaxy — not this galaxy but from the next galaxy over and so forth, is going on here. I know they take political prisoners and guys who they don’t want around, but it’s less personal than you think. They just have excess population so they start to get rid of their excess population, you see?

They’ve got a revolt, or you’re on the wrong side of a war, or something like that, and they pick you up in droves and ice-cube you and throw you into a sea someplace.

– Saint Hill Special Briefing Course (SHSBC) Tape – Between Lives Implants – 23 July 1963

Basically Hubbard is positioning Earth entire, as being a colony of some universal Empire. You can see how he’s directly pulling from the propaganda/colonization efforts of the 15 and 1600’s.

He also utilized in the elongated OT III story, a movie script called Revolt in The Stars, an segment of the earlier persianized Flood story.

The Zahhak story –

…he bound Zahhāk [The Dragon Man…Reptilian] and imprisoned him in a cave underneath Mount Damāvand binding him with a lion’s pelt tied to great nails fixed into the walls of the cavern, where he will remain until the end of the world.

This mountain is mythologized as being located near the southern coast of the Caspian Sea, in Āmol county, Māzandarān, 66 km (41 miles) northeast of Tehran. Damavand is, as any cursory reading of Persian literature will indicate, an obvious transliteration of the Mount Olympus of declamatio Greek mythology from the 1400’s.

Hubbard’s version –

After a decisive defeat by forces loyal to the Confederation, Xenu and his renegades are “sentenced to be exhibited on every planet to the populations of each planet and then imprisoned in a mountain sustained for eons by life-supports.

Hubbard describes the scene on Mount Xenu on Planet Tawn before the entrance is sealed and the prisoners plunged into pitch blackness.

Cables and wires lay in heaps on the copper sheathed floor. Several white-coated doctors and their attendants worked busily around a semicircle of hospital-style tables on which the prisoners, strapped down, were lying. Xenu was staring dully upwards as one doctor fastened tubes to his wrists and another fastened them to his ankles. The first doctor, having finished the wrists, began to put two prongs around Xenu’s throat. Wetting his dry, cracked lips, Xenu looked up at the doctor, some terror showing in his glazed eyes. ‘These devices keep one alive forever?’

‘Don’t talk,’ snapped the doctor. A guard stepped forward. ‘Don’t talk to the prisoner!’

Despairing, Xenu rolled his eyes. ‘How long is forever?’ No one answered, no one knew.”

– L. Ron Hubbard, Revolt in the Stars, available at Wikileaks, or in html format at the Internet Archive.

Sick. Sick, SICK!



Literally only a year after Hubbard does his OT III story?

The United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) was founded in 1969, the year after Ehrlich published The Population Bomb. They have been involved in programs with governments around the world who deny their women the right to choose the number and spacing of their children. Their complicit work with the infamous “one-child policy” mandated by the government of the People’s Republic of China, uncovered by an investigation of the U.S. State Department in 2001, led the United States to pull its funding.

The wealthy of the West, in their terror of being overrun and knocked out of power by the “masses”, have given copiously to the UNFPA and its population control programs.


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And here we all are.

Isn’t it time we had a real history of the world?




Join the conversation! 5 Comments

  1. What I find interesting is that Britain and the Vatican parallel other countries and cultures such as Japan, where the mythology goes back to the creation of the islands by the Sun God and Sun Goddess, and the Emperor was seen as a descendent of them. And Japan also had some Imperial ambitions and made some efforts to dominate and build a large Empire in Asia.

    Perhaps there is something to the “collective unconscious” theory of the human psyche, that this kind of mindset arises at times and many people are susceptible to it.

    • Personally, I think its the other way around re the parallel you mention. A single source idea that comes through Britain, the Vatican, etc.

      I don’t think the mindset arises from a collective unconscious, but I think the knowledge of actual history is used against people in these “religions” – what they have lost since this change, for lack of a better word.

      • I doubt anyone has traced the influences. We wouldn’t know, without a knowledge of the Chinese records. Anthropologists etc talk about “parallel evolution”. The timelines between Japan and Great Britain/Europe seem remarkably coincidental. The development and establishment of feudal Japan was happening right about when we had the “Dark Ages”. A centtaslized state apparently developed around 750 AD, although the Culture of Japan comes down largely from the Yayoi people who started settling the islands as early as 500 BC. The name itself “Japan”(Nihon) is 2 characters meaning “sun origin”. So is it possible some kind of Nesilim influence was at work in Japan?

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