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Cosmic Order & Non-being: Franz Bardon, Modern Spirituality’s Erratic Sources, Will, Self-Cognition & Faith

The present article is the slightly revised version of a letter that I sent to a spiritual disciple a few years ago. It contains my response to few questions about Franz Bardon’s definition of Will in his Questions & Answers. Franz Bardon (1909-1958) was a leading European Spiritualist and Mystic of the 20th c. I add few scanned pages of this book for reference (Merkur Publishing Inc., USA 1998). It goes without saying that, despite my different approach to several topics discussed in this book, I strongly recommend it to the interested reader with a background in Divine Studies and Spirituality. 

 

Basically, I divided the text of my response into eleven units and, to facilitate the reader, I presented a Table of Contents in the beginning. The titles of the units are in block letters, whereas my disciple’s brief letter and several quotes are in italics.  

 

Table of Contents 

I. THE THREE LEVELS OF THE SPIRITUAL WORLD

II. THE THREE PARTS OF THE HUMAN BEING

III. BIPOLARITY AS THE NATURAL CONDITION OF HUMAN CHARACTER

IV. 4TH – 3RD MILLENNIUM BCE ORIENT (MESOPOTAMIA & EGYPT): THE UNIQUE SOURCE OF HUMAN CIVILIZATION AND THE PEAK OF HUMAN SPIRITUALITY & INTELLECT

V. CREATION IS EMANATION

VI. WHAT IS WILL, AND FROM WHAT ELEMENT IT DERIVES

VII. OCEAN (SOFT WATERS) & SEA (SALT WATERS) – FIRE IS NOT AN ORIGINAL ELEMENT

VIII. FIAT LUX! LIGHT IS AN EMANATION OF ETHER, NOT FIRE!

IX. NON-BEING AS PART OF THE CREATION, SATAN & THE ANTICHRIST

X. ONE’S TRUE SELF, WILL AND SUBCONSCIOUS

XI. SELF-COGNITION, SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS, WILL, THINKING, BELIEF AND FAITH  

 

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Dear A,

 

Thank you very much for your email, news, and questions!

 

I was waiting them; in addition, congratulations for your ceaseless efforts to improve your spiritual status!   

 

I. THE THREE LEVELS OF THE SPIRITUAL WORLD

As regards Franz Bardon philosophy’s introductory book, I am glad that you stopped on the first page (actually p. 13, which is the main text’s first page) and more specifically in the first two paragraphs.

 

I will first briefly answer your questions and then expand. So, the main part of my mail will be after the end of yours.

 

Dear Prof. Shamsaddin,

I hope you are doing well.

I am reading Franz Bardon’s book.

Whilst making notes of Franz Bardon’s book, I am very aware that I cannot absorb these ideas without further explanation so they make sense.

Please could you clarify the below points: 

1. Will

A. What is the connection between the will and a wish?

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God created the spiritual and the material worlds, which means that not even the spiritual world in its entirety is / can be eternal.

 

The spiritual world is distinguished by humans in three levels:

– the ‘astral’ level (this term, preferred by New Age ideologists and propagandists, is biased and unjustified to some extent and it truly corresponds to the) lower spiritual level

– the middle spiritual level

– the upper spiritual level

 

The above distinction may be unclear to you; so, I will now try it make it somewhat understandable.

 

The upper spiritual level is the end of all pure and righteous souls that will merge with God after the Final Judgment (so, not at the End of Times / Al Yom al Ahar, but at the End of the World / Al Yom al Qiyamah). Angels and other top spiritual hierarchies are exclusively part of this sphere which, as you can imagine, includes many layers of importance and involves many stages of the Creation. The epicenter of this sphere is Allah who is also manifested in all stages and levels of Creation as well. This part of soul is not easily accessible to humans; one must eliminate totally his materialistic ego to possibly activate one’s connection with the upper part of one’s soul. Few manage to achieve this while being in this material life.

 

The middle spiritual level encompasses the human souls and many exclusively spiritual hierarchies. The middle level of one’s soul is possible for a human to access after long and systematic spiritual exercise, focus, and elimination of thoughts, feelings, desires, and other material concerns.

 

Fully energizing one’s connection with this level of soul offers a person the ability to act as per the scope of the Creation and empowers the person with capacities that are thought to be absolutely impossible by today’s miserably materialistic (and therefore unbelieving) people. One can

– walk in the air, in the surface or in the depth of the sea,

– go (with the material body) through walls, mountains and rocks,

– transport one’s body at a speed as high as that of the light,

– take different forms (that of a lion, a mosquito, a tree or an object),

– accumulate instantly the knowledge contained within millions of books,

– be present in a place without being visible to those who are there,

– incite fear and respect to the wildest animals that will run away upon seeing the person,

– move to different moments of the time (and thus see and hear historically known or unknown persons),

– understand-speak-read-write earlier unknown (to that person) languages, – stand without a problem in front of a shooting gun (and magnetize the bullet so that it falls down before hitting the person or make it pass through the body without having any effect) or canon,

– make a military aircraft fall,

– survive in the middle of any explosion (nuclear included), and so on.

 

Such person can

– emit light from the body or illuminate it from within,

– transfer part of his power to others, and

– perform other actions that today’s unbelievers stupidly consider as ‘miracles’.

 

The lower spiritual level contains the lower part of the human souls and many other exclusively categories of spiritual beings. When it comes to the human soul’s lower spiritual level (which is mistakenly called ‘astral’), this revolves around the possibility that many people have to move to other locations with their lower spiritual body (‘astral voyages’), which has only the form and the appearance of their material body, although being purely spiritual. Through use of this lower spiritual body, people can appear to others as ghosts, visit them in their dreams, speak to them as if they were next to them and without anybody else hearing, influence others’ opinion, guide them or mislead them without the others’ understanding, prevent a bad occurrence, and so on.  

 

After the death of the material body, the lower spiritual (astral) body gets decomposed into the five elements and it then disappears, leaving the soul (middle and upper levels) totally disconnected from the material world. I can expand much on this, but this is not the correct moment.

 

Bear only in mind that the soul’s middle level is also composed of the five elements, but the soul’s upper level is exclusively composed of ether, the primordial ‘substance’ or ‘dimension’, which is what people in the Late Antiquity used to call ‘quintessence’, i.e. the primary ‘substance’ or ‘dimension’ of Allah.

 

Ether is what Allah is ‘made of’ (if we can make this aphorism!), and through Ether, Allah is present everywhere, because Ether is present everywhere in all beings, spiritual and material; this does not mean that Ether is not part of the Creation. Ether is the very beginning of the Creation. But I am digressing.   

 

II. THE THREE PARTS OF THE HUMAN BEING

 

While in life, every human being is said to be composed of his soul, body and character; in fact, what is called ‘character’ is the most commonly visible manifestation of the astral body at the material.

 

The body is situated at the material level; it is activated by the character / astral body.

 

There are three main sectors of human character: the intellect & the senses, the feelings, and the desires. The connection between the astral and the material bodies occurs by the means of bodily organs and the nerve network (nervous system): the brain (mind-intellect-senses), the heart (feelings), and the abdominal cavity (desires).

 

Every soul’s (and therefore person’s) individuality guarantees  – as per above – a different perception, a different standpoint, a different set of thoughts, a different array of feelings, and a different range of desires.

 

So, to come to your initial question (“the connection between the will and a wish), I have to say that the will is an expression of the intellect (mind / brain) whereas the wish is an expression of either the feelings or the desires of the person.

 

Many people confuse their wishes with their will. Sometimes, defective education, poor culture, and lack of self-knowledge are the reasons for this confusion (so they are personal, not social).

 

I wish to become a lawyer.

I wish to help my father.

I wish to eat this cake.

 

All three ‘wishes’, expressed by the same person, are not identical to one another; they differ not only in terms of action involved (as described by the three verbs) or object concerned (as defined by the three nouns) but mainly in relation to their nature.

 

In the first case, you have the expression of the intellect / and of a will.

In the second case, you have the expression of a feeling.

In the third case, you have the expression of a desire.

 

Many confused people take the ‘will’ as a ‘wish’ and vice versa. Confused people customarily fail to see the difference between will and wish.

 

 

III. BIPOLARITY AS THE NATURAL CONDITION OF HUMAN CHARACTER

 

Even worse, confused people consider their will, their feeling, and their desire as ‘normal’ and ‘rightful’; this is anyone’s guess! It can be normal and rightful, but it can also be quite the opposite.

 

Only critical thinking is the process that can eventually lead to the correct evaluation of a case in this regard; but critical thinking presupposes always another function of the human being, a function of the utmost importance.

 

Who are the confused people?

 

Mainly those for whom one can say “there is much unsaid within them”.

 

Theirs is a catastrophic way of life; it is a form of oppression or, to put it correctly, self-oppression. No one lives a proper human life, if one leaves much unsaid within oneself.

 

No one can deal with any situation properly without speaking within oneself about it and in truth, which automatically means a bipolar form of being or an interpolation. Ignoring, neglecting or disregarding the truth inside oneself is the reason of many wrong and disastrous reactions, grave sins, and overall failure in life.

 

Self-oppression is always evil;  by this, I don’t mean that, as soon as one girl feels a sexual attraction to another girl (or boy to boy), the girl (or the boy) must ‘avoid self-oppression’ and satisfy the abominable desire (which is what all the evil-minded persons in the West and worldwide ‘advise’).

 

Quite contrarily, they must accept it as a ‘reality’ at the personal level, and truthfully speak to their inner self, asking why this desire appeared. Then, starts the bipolar conversation inside that person, and the person gets engaged in the true battle of the life.

 

Otherwise, trying to deny the reality of the desire leads to self-oppression, and this will generate extremely negative results on the character of the person. Without eventually satisfying the abnormal desire, the self-oppressed person will become a negative pole in the society, because of the inevitable, terrible and lifelong consequences of the self-inflicted oppression (the fact of leaving much unsaid with oneself).     

B. What is the aspect of the will as you previously suggested it is not the fire element as suggested by Franz Bardon.

Here, you refer to unit 1 of Bardon’s text. Re-read that unit now in the light of the above, and you will see how great the distance between Bardon and my approach is.     

 

IV. 4TH – 3RD MILLENNIUM BCE ORIENT (MESOPOTAMIA & EGYPT): THE UNIQUE SOURCE OF HUMAN CIVILIZATION AND THE PEAK OF HUMAN SPIRITUALITY & INTELLECT

 

The basic mistake that follows Bardon across his lengthy books and treatises is the disregard of the primordial element, the Ether. However, I must admit that he accepts its existence (whereas most of the Freemasons, and all of the Jesuits and the Zionists do not), but he does it in a rather odd manner that excludes Ether from the reality of most circumstances that occur on the material levels, which is indeed incredible.

 

His approach is that out of Ether emanated four elements (water, air, earth, and fire – which is wrong) and that everything in the material world is appended to the said four elements, because Ether exists in all four elements but not independently – which is an outrage and a blasphemy (it is tantamount to excluding God from the Universe!).

 

The reason for this misperception is that Bardon’s sources were very narrow and limited; it is the same with many spiritualists and mystics of his days (20th c.), with all the modern philosophers (15th-20th c.), and with modern sheikhs and imams of Islam, Christian theologians, Jewish rabbis, Hindu, Buddhist and other priests. The problem is as simple as that:

 

For what parts of Human Spiritual, Religious and Intellectual Heritage have been excavated, deciphered, known, studied, interpreted, accurately perceived and eventually understood today, the theoretical basis of all the aforementioned categories of thinkers and mystics is minimal.

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None of them studied Ancient Sumerian, Akkadian – Assyrian-Babylonian, Egyptian, Elamite, Hittite, Hurrian divine literature, holy books, religious texts, which constitute the source of all later civilizations, cultures, divine studies (: spiritual sciences), mysticisms – esoterisms, cosmogonies, wisdoms, religions, traditions, literatures, sciences, arts, and philosophies.

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This is something that few realize and even fewer are ready to accept, because it destroys fake faiths and vicious agendas altogether.

 

Without Ancient Sumerian, Akkadian – Assyrian-Babylonian, Egyptian, Elamite, Hittite, and Hurrian civilizations, there would not be Flood, there would not be Noah, there would not be Hebrews, Israelites and Jews, there would not be Exodus from Egypt and Moses, there would not be any ancient state called ‘Israel’ with David and Solomon as kings, there would not be prophets, there would not be Jesus, there would not be Christianity, there would not be Muhammad, and there would not be Islam.

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All other posterior civilizations, nations, religions, and historical persons existed thanks to some of the aforementioned. Every antecedent civilization, nation, religion, historical person or historical stage predetermined to large extent the posterior. It is therefore totally impossible to understand the posterior without duly studying the earlier.

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Contrarily to the nonsensical speeches and texts of the ignorant sheikhs – imams and of the fake academia of today’s decayed, worthless and useless Muslim World, it is not the Holy Quran that reconfirms Ancient Egyptian and Assyrian-Babylonian sources, but exactly the opposite.

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So, later the source of study and the point of reference of one modern thinker, intellectual or mystic is, less credible his base of spiritual doctrine becomes.

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Franz Bardon belongs to a generation that idealized Classical and Late Antiquity, despised Christianity and Islam, and ignored the Ancient Orient. The most detrimental trait of their vision and contributions is of course related to their ignorance of the Ancient Orient. The reason for this is that either in the Classical and the Late Antiquity or within Christianity and Islam (all referred to as possible sources of contemporary thinkers and mystics), the true originality of the Mankind (which can also be described as the diachronic peak of human spirituality and intellect in 4th-3rd millennium BCE Orient) had already been lost. For this to understand, you have to view Human History as a series of falls and deteriorated decadence which are predestined to stop and be reversed at the End of Tine.

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Ancient Sumerian, Assyrian-Babylonian, and Egyptian Cosmogonies and other holy texts represent in this regard the most authoritative source about the Creation; some of these texts deal with topics not mentioned and not discussed at all in later holy texts, the Quran included. These antediluvian texts give a very different perception of the World and of the Creation than what can be found in the later Oriental, Persian, Greek, Roman and Indian sources to which Bardon and modern thinkers, mystics and intellectuals used to refer to.

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What came to me as a very striking discovery is that these Ancient Oriental texts overwhelmingly demonstrate the veracity of several key excerpts of the Quran (and this fact was actually the main reason for which I became Muslim).

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This very fact did indeed shed also light to my long lasted question why the Western Orientalists prevented Muslims from having access to the then newly deciphered Egyptian and Assyrian-Babylonian (in the 19th c.) and Sumerian and Hittite (beginning of the 20th c.) texts.

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In reality, they did not want them to be part of the discovery and they did not want to allow them the opportunity to grasp the true meaning of those texts that they later misinterpreted to Western and worldwide readers. At the same time, they strongly pushed Muslims and, in general, all the Oriental and African nations to disregard these discoveries, writings, literatures, holy texts, and historical – religious sources forever and to focus on their later and local stuff (Islamic, Hindu, Confucian and Buddhist), when the supreme essence of human spirituality and intellect and the true meaning of all words had already been lost (in the Classical and the Late Antiquity as well as in Christian and Islamic times).     

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V. CREATION IS EMANATION

 

No one can ever grasp any portion of the meaning of the Creation, if one fails to understand the reality of the processes of the Emanation. Emanation can be spiritual or material.

 

This means automatically that the universes (spiritual and material) were not created “ab ovo”, and that the so-called ‘Bing Bang’ theory is Satanic.

 

Everything originates from Ether; then, the Soft Waters were separated from the Salt Waters. The process led to the emanation of the Air. Last to emanate was the Earth – as element of the spiritual world.

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Similarly, the material universe was created in a manner totally opposite to all modern nonsensical theories expressed on this topic; in fact, there are no solar systems and there are no galaxies. All these fantasies are indeed parts of the deception that the world-ruling Satanic powers have gradually, methodically and tyrannically imposed during the last five centuries. The epitome of Satanism in today’s world is the heliocentric dogma which is an entire falsehood and which is – quite tragically and surely terminally for today’s Islam – accepted as ‘true’ by almost all Muslim ‘scholars’, ‘sheikhs’, ‘imams’, etc.

 

All human civilizations from the earlier Oriental cultures to Islam accepted the geocentric truth. Starting in the 15th c., the diffusion of the heliocentric (or Copernican) deception ushered the world into the final decadence that leads to the End of Times.     

 

VI. WHAT IS WILL, AND FROM WHAT ELEMENT IT DERIVES

  

So, to answer your question about the element (not ‘aspect’) of which the Will depends, I have to say that this is the Ether. But …………..

 

This is NOT the ‘will’ that you know!

The will that you know is the will of your intellect, of your mind.

 

Do never confuse the mind or the intellect with the soul!

 

The mind, the intellect and the thought, pretty much like the feelings and the desires are material functions. Lenin was very right saying that the thought is the supreme function of the material world.

 

The soul does not think. The Angels do not think. The demons do not think. All the hierarchies of the spiritual beings do not think. Thought is a very low, purely materialistic, ability. Same with the material endeavor that is called ‘knowledge’. After the astral (lower spiritual) body is decomposed into its elements, all this ‘knowledge’ is dissolved.  

 

Assuming that one soul can come to life in another body (a process which is very rare but possible), this happens without the soul ‘bringing’ along the previously accumulated, material knowledge and thoughts.

 

Is there any will in a soul? Yes! But the spiritual Will is very, very different from the material ‘will’ of the mind /the intellect. Its difference is very essential, because it emanates from the soul’s self-cognition as an independent entity with a fully assessed identity in total incorporation within the spiritual universe. This means that there is no ‘ego’ in a human soul; ‘ego’ was developed only in negative spiritual hierarchies, the demons, etc. – purely to their destruction.

 

But a human mind’s will is a manifestation of the intellect’s self-cognition as independent entity without a truly assessed identity and in total disconnection from the spiritual universe. This is in fact the result of the Fall (or – if you want – of the many, successive falls) of the Mankind. The human mind, contrarily to the human soul, develops an ‘ego’, although the Man was not created for this perspective. It is an unnecessary development of catastrophic consequences. The only possible salvation for every human is therefore the total elimination of the ‘ego’; this is otherwise called as ‘return of a human to his/her own soul’.

 

So, if the spiritual (middle – upper level) Will originates from / depends on Ether, the lower spiritual (astral) – material will originates from / depends on the Salt Waters.

 

 

VII. OCEAN (SOFT WATERS) & SEA (SALT WATERS) – FIRE IS NOT AN ORIGINAL ELEMENT

 

What Bardon and others, since the days of the Late Antiquity, call ‘Fire’ is not an original element, but a later emanation of one of them. It emanated from the Salt Waters.

 

If the terms Soft Waters and Salt Waters appear clear, succinct and meaningful to you (and for this purpose I use them), you have to know that in ancient literatures they were not used like this.

 

Today, you and the rest of the world confuse two terms that were used in the past within the context of a striking contradiction: Ocean and Sea.

 

You think that the same type of water is called ‘sea’ in rather ‘closed’ basins (Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, Black Sea, Baltic Sea, North Sea) and ‘ocean’ in ‘open’, inter-continental spaces (Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, etc).

 

If one examines the situation today, one will agree that the type of water contained in either a sea or in an ocean is the same. However, this did not happen in the past, and when I say ‘past’, I mean before the Flood. The disasters caused at that time ended up with the formation of the present, abnormal situation.

 

You have therefore to consider the present world as ‘abnormal’ also in this issue.

 

The idiotic, Satanic sheikhs of today’s fake Islam know nothing of all this, because   

1. their reading of the Quran is false, fake, worthless, useless to them, and most-offensive to God

2. their overwhelming darkness and total ignorance of the Islamic Times’ Spirituality, Transcendental Wisdom, Astrology – Astronomy, Alchemy, Magic, Mysticism and Royal Art irreversibly places them out of Islam (because their claims are all fake) and

3. their ignorance of earlier Oriental sources is total, and this condition disables spiritually everyone, preventing him from speaking truthfully about Islam.

 

This is so because first, the true Islam is the Code of the Creation; second, Islam antedates the Creation of the Man; third, Islam was therefore continuously present among pre-Islamic nations, cultures and civilizations, and fourth, simple reason suffices to make anyone understand that the earlier eventually influences the later, and so there is at least the need for every Muslim to crosscheck and identify the roots of Islamic Spirituality, Transcendental Wisdom, Sciences, Literature, Philosophy and Art within the context of the Ancient Oriental Civilizations (mainly Mesopotamia and Egypt, but also Anatolia, Canaan, Iran and Central Asia).

 

But among ancient civilizations (and there is a vast documentation on this topic), there was a very big difference between the words ‘Sea’ (which meant ‘Salt Waters’) – Tiamat and ‘Ocean’ (which meant ‘Soft Water’) – Apsu (the two terms are Assyrian – Babylonian). Sea and Ocean were then very clearly understood as the exact opposites. However, even this was lost in later periods of History and lower stages of human intellect, notably the Ancient Greek and Roman times.

 

All major civilizations considered that, around the Earth (thought to be composed of one sizeable unit of landmass), ran an enormous circular current, which they called Ocean. They described it as exclusively composed of Soft Waters that did not intermingle with the Salt Waters of the coastal seas and basins (such as the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the North Sea, and so on). This was the antediluvian known Order of the Creation.  

 

This idea was due to their superior knowledge of the Earth before the Flood, which was very different from the situation ensued after that terrible destruction. There were actually no proper continents, but one rather circular surface of Earth surrounded by the Ocean of Soft Waters.

 

In that immense aquatic body, there were also layers: the upper layer was composed of Soft Waters, and then progressively there were alternating layers of Salt and Soft Waters, with the lowest being that of Salt Waters. Because of this situation, before the Flood, the sky had a very different color and it looked like turquoise.

 

For this reason, the turquoise stone was considered as truly precious and exquisite by all highly civilized ancient nations, which were known for having immense temples that functioned as the Abode of the Sacred and served therefore as esoteric ateliers, religious edifices, academic schools, research centers, and libraries. In striking opposition to the later, ignorant and barbarian priesthoods of Greece and Rome, the Sumerian, Assyrian – Babylonian, Hurrian, Hittite and Egyptian temples accommodated altogether initiates and theurgists, erudite explorers and wise scientists, hierophants and sophisticated sacerdotal hierarchies that reflected the supreme level of spiritual dominance and material authority that they had attained and which is unknown and even impossible to the present world.

 

As per above Unit V, all original Cosmogonies stipulate that the really first act of Creation is the separation of the Soft Waters from Salt Waters. This point relates to the transition from ‘Non Being’ into ‘Being’. This is a vast subject that is almost not dealt with within later and lower Cosmogonies (Hebrew, Greek, Roman, Christian or Islamic), but it is extensively described and discussed within the corpuses of Assyrian-Babylonian and Egyptian literatures.

 

If I expand on these topics, it is due to the fact that no one can ever understand the nature and the substance of the five elements as well as the real meaning of the Creation without realizing some key points related to these issues.

 

The pre-cosmic separation of the Soft Waters from the Salt Waters could not have been effectuated without the commanding order and authority of Ether. But this already reveals much about the pre-Creation situation and the ‘chaos’ that is always said to have been prevailing then. In addition, it has – for us – a revelatory information of the utmost importance.

 

It makes us understand that the nature of the Creation is such that God can make the entire universe totally collapse, disintegrate and disappear in just one second. Of course, ignorant sheikhs and priests can also say this. But they cannot say how! If asked, they will reply that God is omnipotent, which is also true and useless at the same time, because in and by itself it does not explain anything.

 

However, God can truly make the entire universe disappear in a second, because the universe was created in a manner enabling this. The manner you already know: separation of the Soft from the Salt Waters – even before the creation of Light. Light is an emanation of Ether.

 

 

VIII. FIAT LUX! LIGHT IS AN EMANATION OF ETHER, NOT FIRE!

 

At this point, I must also add that it is extremely idiotic to attribute Light to Fire as Franz Bardon and many other modern spiritual theoreticians, mystics, and philosophers suggest, being influenced by their mistaken readings of Zoroastrianism and various Gnosticisms.

 

If Light had been due to / emanated from Fire, the entire universe would have been filled with smoke, we would not have been able to see anything, and an overwhelming darkness would have prevailed all over.

 

Believing that Fire can create Light is an oxymoron; it is tantamount to thinking that demons can perform Angelic deeds. And there is worse! In fact, if you are in a totally dark room and you set a match, what you will be able to see is a mere resemblance of Light; in reality, this a counterfeit light or, if you want, a negative reflection of Light.

 

This topic is truly vast, and it is for this reason that I totally oppose the seemingly innocent idea of meditating in front of a candle; this can only bring calamitous results that the victimized performers fail to assess. 

 

IX. NON-BEING AS PART OF THE CREATION, SATAN & THE ANTICHRIST

 

The separation of the Soft Waters from the Salt Waters, as part of the Creation, means automatically that the ‘Non Being’ is also part of the Creation.

 

Following extensive analysis of Assyrian-Babylonian and Egyptian sacred texts relating to the topic, and reconfirming my early conclusions with spiritual experiments, I have every reason to believe and accept that Salt Waters represent actually the dimension of Non Being within the Order of the Creation, being actually a component of the spiritual and material universes.

 

The separation of the Soft from the Salt Waters is the way Ether helped purify the pre-cosmic Soft Waters and then utilized them as the foremost element of the Creation.

 

With the emanation of the Air and the Earth, the order of the Creation was finally complete.

 

At this point, I can repeat – so that you understand better -three lines that I first included as per above Unit VI:

 

So, if the spiritual (middle – upper level) Will originates from / depends on Ether, the lower spiritual (astral) – material will originates from / depends on the Salt Waters.

 

It becomes now automatically understood: without prior elimination of the ‘ego’, involving the material & astral mind and/or character, every human being is driven to non-existence (Non-being).

 

Never forget that non-existence (Non-being) is not the Hell (which is an existing part of the spiritual universe), but something far worse!

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Jesus, attacking his times’ Jews, and more particularly the Scribes and the evil Pharisees (the Jewish priests), revealed much on the topic – for those who truly understand through the lines and have access to the original sources. Jesus said (Gospel of John, 8:39-45):

 

“They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham’s children, ye would do the works of Abraham. 40 But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham. 41 Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said they to him, We be not born of fornication; we have one Father, even God. 42 Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me. 43 Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word. 44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. 45 And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not”.

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In fact, Jesus denied (8:39) that the Jews of his times were the descendants of the Hebrews (: Abraham) and he accused them of being the offspring of the father of Satan (8:44). The modern English translations are – all – deliberately false at this point. The wording is wrong: “ Ye are of your father the devil“. The Latin translation (Vulgata) is very correct: “vos ex patre diabolo estis” (: you are from the Father of the Devil). And so it is in the original Ancient Greek text: “μες κ το πατρς το διαβόλου στέ” (: you are from the Father of the Devil).

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Jesus’ accusations reveal that the origin of Satan is indeed pre-cosmic and that he emanates from the Non-being (Salt Waters) part of the Creation; this shows that, literally speaking, God did not ‘create’ Satan, but the emanation of the Negativity was a predestination inherent to the Creation. This gives full reason to the Creation of Man by God with the destiny to exterminate Satan and his demons and to generate a new universal order with the Sea eliminated (or ‘imprisoned’ or ‘contained’). This justifies also the numerous eschatological traditions that portray the End Times’ Antichrist (Masih al Dajjal) coming out of the Sea (as it was first said in the Hittite Apocalyptic Epic Ullikummi and then repeated in John’s Revelation).

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But I am digressing. Here I think that with the above I completed my answer.     

C. What is the right power needed to make the wish manifest?

 

I guess you mean the will here. 

 

X. ONE’S TRUE SELF, WILL AND SUBCONSCIOUS

 

 

Of course, there is Will and will – as I already said.

 

There are different prerequisites for each.

 

For a materialistic person and a wrong mystic / spiritualist, there are several ways to achieve the materialization of a will or feeling or desire or ‘wish’ – as per each different case.

 

For a person relying on God, ‘making one’s will or wish manifest’ cannot possibly be a priority. Discovering one’s soul, encountering one’s inner and true being, operating one’s own electromagnetic fields, and commanding one’s own electromagnetic fluids are the priority. Self-cognition must precede any formation of will. If you don’t know who you are, you cannot possibly want – and if you do, in reality you execute someone else’s will that managed to penetrate and inhabit your subconscious (that you don’t control).

 

Only when a person (character) meets one’s own true being (one’s own soul) – with which today’s society, modern education, and in general, the fallen world (in which we live) totally prevented the person from being connected -, can the person (character) at last understand the purpose of coming into the material world and the scope of work that is asked from that person to carry out. Then, unity with one’s true self is guaranteed.

 

To go back to the materialistic persons and the wrong mystics / spiritualists of the modern world, I must admit that their mistakes lead them inevitably to disaster. They thought that they materialized their will and that they made their wish manifest, but this was only a deception.

 

In reality they didn’t materialize their own will and they didn’t make their own wish manifest, but theirs was the will and the wish of one demon (or more) who found its way to the subconscious of that person.

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The subconscious part of the mind is a material-astral dimension of every person that must be always kept as it is at the moment the person is born: totally empty. This is another vast subject of its own, but already understanding that the subconscious must be kept empty and trying to act accordingly can help everyone mark a great advance in one’s life.

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The subconscious represents the element of the Salt Waters in each person. As it is tantamount to Non-Being, it must be kept empty; every single reflection (or idol or image) stored there brings the person one step closer to Non-Being.

 

In the societies of the Fall, it is impossible not to add unnecessary stuff in one’s subconscious; this occurs already infancy and before the baby becomes a child (in the ‘toddler stage’). Then, these negative idols (or images or reflections) function like mirrors and attract a myriad of demons, who manipulate these images in a way to induce humans to improper and sinful deeds, and I guess you know the consequences and all the rest.

 

Thought control and elimination, mind self-control, feeling restriction, meditation, elimination of desires, abstention from materialistic concerns and pleasures (anything from food to sex to leisure) are some of the methods that help empty one’s subconscious.

 

It is as simple as that: without emptying your subconscious and without eliminating your ego, you cannot achieve self-cognition, and as long as you are far from self-cognition, you must not ‘want’ anything. 

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I could expand much on the different methods employed by persons (without empty subconscious) to materialize their own will and make their own wish manifest prior to achieving self-cognition. But it would be purposeless; it was always calamitous, and the entire world is about to be met with final annihilation due to precisely this nefarious and ominous situation.   

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XI. SELF-COGNITION, SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS, WILL, THINKING, BELIEF AND FAITH

 

D. Does the fact that this is the first paragraph mean that it is the most important? For example, belief is the second paragraph.

 

With this question, you reach a very critical point of considerations about the spiritual world. Yes, this is perhaps the first question one should ask, if one considers the form (and not the contents) of Bardon’s presentation.

 

Why speaking first about (or why defining first) one’s will, and not one’s belief?

 

This sort of questions / considerations are existential / fundamental. What comes first as manifestation of a person’s identity?

 

Here, you will face the multitude of modern philosophers (which means mainly Western, i.e. basically Anti-Christian, Freemasonic and Zionist) who specify that the basic expression of each and every material being is his/her/its will.

 

This is a fundamental aberration; it consists in one of the few major mistakes, due to which one loses forever the chance to return to mental normalcy. Many centuries ago, in the early 17th c., one of Europe’s most revered but most disastrous and most evil philosophers, Descartes (Cartesius), said in Latin the notorious sentence: “Cogito ergo sum”, which means lit. ‘I think, therefore I am’.

 

Descartes played a determinant role in Modern European Philosophy and there was not one modern philosopher who bypassed him; contrarily, all referred to him with veneration, and every single European thinker identified himself through a particular reference to Descartes.

 

Consequently, thought / thinking progressively became of primordial importance for post-16th century Europeans, whereas this was not so before. After Descartes, Belief and Faith started being viewed as less important activities, endeavors or expressions of the human being.

 

The fake self-identification of the modern Europeans was therefore based on Individual Thought (which is totally controlled by the Subconscious if this is not fully emptied), and this situation brought forth the Will of the fake humans who are deprived of self-cognition and identity.

 

It is all about how one human being is / can be self-defined.

 

This relates to what was called Gnosiology by the Ancient Greeks (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnosiology).

 

Never confuse Gnosiology with Gnosis, the Gnostics, and the numerous religious-philosophical systems of the Late Antiquity that are called Gnosticisms!

 

Gnosiology (falsely called ‘Epistemology’ today) is indeed one of the five parts of Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy:

– Metaphysics (concerning the Creation, the Cosmic Aeons, the Spiritual World, the Soul, the Spiritual Hierarchies, God, the Interconnection between the Spiritual and the Material Worlds, the Hereafter, the Destiny of the Man),

– Logic (exploring valid Reasoning and Argumentation),

– Ethics or Moral Philosophy (identifying what is an ethical, just and proper value),

– Esthetics (differentiating between the notions of Beauty and Ugliness), and

– Gnosiology (specifying what is and what is not Knowledge, how we know that we truly know, where the importance of Knowledge is placed, how we learn, what we can know, etc).

 

As a matter of fact, due to a) the rise of the modern philosophical systems and b) the formation of modern sciences, many major changes occurred leading to a dramatic transformation / alteration of the traditional function and operation of Philosophy after the 15th-16th c. in Western Europe. Newly diffused concepts (like the concepts of ‘usefulness’ and ‘profit’) deeply changed the nature of philosophical endeavor. For all ancient philosophers, ‘useful’ was equal to trash; it was vulgar, hideous and even barbaric; it was tantamount to worthless and valueless. This was very right indeed, because all types of possible ‘use’ cannot possibly have any real value. Everything one can buy has a price and a market worth; therefore it cannot – by definition – have any real value, and it does not represent any virtue.

 

Pretty much like modern, fake and ‘indirect’ democracy (which is a counterfeit system at the antipodes of the ancient, ‘direct’ democracy), the modern Western European ‘philosophers’ tried – in striking opposition with the philosophers of ancient times – to setup useful systems and to control modern thought, sciences, and the world of power (which they distorted, falsified and called politics – a nonexistent, fake term).

 

So, Gnosiology was then obliterated by modern academia and those ‘philosophers’, who replaced it with what is rather called today Cognitive Science (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognitive_science). Similarly, the fake modern science of Psychology has nothing to do with the Soul (despite the first component of the term; ‘psyche’ meaning ‘soul’ in Ancient Greek). In fact, modern Cognitive Sciences have nothing to do with the processes of self-cognition as undertaken by the soul and the mind. As academic discipline, Cognitive Science is packed with preconceived ideas, farfetched innuendos, and a high amount of aberrations that help setup the troublesome and fake cognitive basis of the unfortunate and disoriented modern humans. This falsehood was actually spread worldwide due to academic, educational, intellectual and cultural colonialism.

 

Muslims have not been exempted in this regard, because, as I said, this system was imposed worldwide and without reaction; not even one Hindu, Buddhist, Eastern Christian, Confucian, Taoist or Muslim thinker, intellectual or mystic was left there to identify and denounce the preconceived schemes that were first elaborated and imposed in the West, and second diffused among the followers of the afore-mentioned religions, and of other faiths and cultures. Finally, this system forced the entire modern world to totally lose every connection with their past and identity.

 

So, for the modern world’s fake human being, the first element of self-identification is the Will, and this is translated to thoughts, feelings and desires.

 

This is the reason for which Franz Bardon starts with Will.

 

Certainly, this is all wrong, and more importantly, it is a terrible drawback for anyone who wants to start an effort to discover and connect with one’s own soul. 

 

At this point, I repeat three statements already included in Unit VI so that you better assess their meaning thanks to what I presented in-between:

1) The mind, the intellect and the thought, pretty much like the feelings and the desires are material functions. 

2) The soul does not think.   

3) Is there any will in a soul? Yes! But the spiritual Will is very, very different from the material ‘will’ of the mind /the intellect. Its difference is very essential, because it emanates from the soul’s self-cognition as an independent entity with a fully assessed identity in total incorporation within the spiritual universe.  

Due to these points, one can understand immediately that the spiritual beings have another manner of identifying themselves, and this manner is indeed very different from the expression of a human thought or the manifestation of a human will. What is valid for all spiritual beings also concerns the human souls.

 

As the creation of the material universe was a duplication of the creation of the spiritual universe, every human being must adapt to its soul and thus establish the correct concordances.

 

The premier identification of a created spiritual being or of a created soul is the manner of its connection with the Creator; this is different in each and every soul.

 

That’s why it would be a mistake to make a sentence like “the premier identification of a created spiritual being or of a created soul is its connection with the Creator”.

 

The  correct definition refers to “the manner of” connection with the Creator as “the premier identification of any created being”.

 

What is the manner of a soul’s connection with the Creator?

 

This is called Faith.

 

Faith is something you don’t know, something most of today’s people don’t know, something that is largely irrelevant of the simple belief. For today’s people, belief and faith are almost identical notions and concepts. But this is wrong.

 

Look at how erroneous all modern followers of (the already distorted and therefore fake) religions are! Read the following four sentences:

 

A- Christians believe that God is manifested as Trinity.

B- Muslims believe that Muhammad was the Prophet of God.

C- Communists believe that human ignorance and sheer fear made humans believe in God.

D- Atheists believe that there is no God.

 

In all the above cases, you have in reality a superficial, meaningless, and worthless attachment to various narratives; all cases are the same and equally false. Because of this, many say – and they are right – that ‘communism is a religion’ and that ‘atheists have a God, either they accept this conclusion or not’, meaning that each atheist is characterized by a particular attachment to some thoughts and ideas – a situation which is similar and equivalent to a Christian’s attachment to a Christian narrative and to Muslim’s attachment to an Islamic narrative.

 

In fact, all these narratives have nothing to do with Faith. Faith is not this.

 

Look here at the extent to which ‘faith’ and ‘belief’ are confused in modern dictionaries:

 

1: a state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing <her belief in God> <a belief in democracy> <I bought the table in the belief that it was an antique.> <contrary to popular belief>

2 : something that is accepted, considered to be true, or held as an opinion : something believed <an individual’s religious or political beliefs>; especially : a tenet or body of tenets held by a group <the beliefs of the Catholic Church>

3 : conviction of the truth of some statement or the reality of some being or phenomenon especially when based on examination of evidence <belief in the validity of scientific statements>

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/belief

 

and

 

1 a : allegiance to duty or a person : loyalty <lost faith in the company’s president> b (1) : fidelity to one’s promises (2) : sincerity of intentions <acted in good faith>

2 a (1) : belief and trust in and loyalty to God (2) : belief in the traditional doctrines of a religion b (1) : firm belief in something for which there is no proof <clinging to the faith that her missing son would one day return> (2) : complete trust

3 : something that is believed especially with strong conviction; especially : a system of religious beliefs <the Protestant faith>

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/faith

 

You may have fast noticed that the two terms are practically speaking interchangeable.

 

Here you will find a better portrait of the currently reigning confusion among humans, and more importantly, among theologians:

 

As John Simpson and Nathan Ketsdever have stated, faith is not belief without evidence. Faith is merely the extent of belief. In other words, if your belief is so strong that it affects your actions and attitudes, it has become faith. If you have complete confidence in something or someone, you have faith. Faith is synonymous with the word, trust. Thus if someone is “faithful” then they are someone you can have faith in.

 

Thus blind faith is having completely confidence in someone or something without any reason to do so. It’s typically used pejoratively. Hardly anybody I know has a completely “blind faith” because even if their faith is based on shaky or faulty reasoning, they usually have some reason or some story to how they came to this faith.

 

For example if a child believes in Santa Claus so much that they have complete confidence in his existence or reality, they have faith. But is it really a blind faith? If you ask a child why they believe in Santa Claus, they might say that they believe in Santa Claus because their parents said he exists. At that point, it is no longer blind faith. They have SOME reasoning for this faith in Santa Claus, even if it is not the best reason. They trust their parents, who have their best interest at heart.

 

Now the term “blind faith” could alternatively mean, having faith in something which you cannot observe scientifically. I believe this is the way many atheists use the term. This use of the term however, is rhetorical abuse. It is essentially claiming that unless something can be observed in a rigorous scientific way, it is not reasoned and cannot be evidence. It is imposing an evidential foundationalist philosophical worldview. The fact of the matter is that human beings do not operate that way. If I have faith in the goodness of my parents to me, I have not subjected their goodness to rigorous scientific testing. Yet I have every reason to believe in their goodness and have faith in them. Rigorous scientific observation is not the only path to knowledge and the intellectually honest should reject any claim that it is.

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-differences-between-faith-belief-hope-and-trust

 

Written by an Evangelical Christian, the above text is a high degree certificate of real, complete, and consummate disbelief. Confusing belief with faith is full proof of materialism; it automatically discredits whatever a person may declare as his/her own faith. The person that makes an equation between belief and faith knows no God, and if he/she says that he/she believes in God, he/she is a liar and a hypocrite.

 

Look at what Jesus said about Faith:

But early in the morning, as he came back into the city, he hungered. 19And seeing one fig-tree in the way, he came to it and found on it nothing but leaves only. And he says to it, Let there be never more fruit of thee for ever. And the fig-tree was immediately dried up.

Verily I say unto you, If ye have faith, and do not doubt, not only shall ye do what [is done] to the fig-tree, but even if ye should say to this mountain, Be thou taken away and be thou cast into the sea, it shall come to pass. 22 And all things whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.

Gospel according to Matthew, ch. 21, v. 21-22

http://bibliaparalela.com/dbt/matthew/21.htm

 

This quotation is one of the excerpts that we find in the Christian Gospels about Jesus’ description of Faith.

 

Two other examples of Faith that Prophet Jesus gave to his disciples personally:

22 Then Jesus made the disciples get into the boat and go on ahead to the other side of the lake, while he sent the people away. 23 After sending the people away, he went up a hill by himself to pray. When evening came, Jesus was there alone; 24 and by this time the boat was far out in the lake, tossed about by the waves, because the wind was blowing against it. 25 Between three and six o’clock in the morning Jesus came to the disciples, walking on the water. 26 When they saw him walking on the water, they were terrified. “It’s a ghost!” they said, and screamed with fear. 27Jesus spoke to them at once. “Courage!” he said. “It is I. Don’t be afraid!” 28 Then Peter spoke up. “Lord, if it is really you, order me to come out on the water to you.” 29 “Come!” answered Jesus. So Peter got out of the boat and started walking on the water to Jesus. 30 But when he noticed the strong wind, he was afraid and started to sink down in the water. “Save me, Lord!” he cried. 31 At once Jesus reached out and grabbed hold of him and said, “How little faith you have! Why did you doubt?” 32They both got into the boat, and the wind died down.

Gospel according to Matthew, ch. 14, v. 22-32

 

The two examples involve: a. walking on the surface of the lake waters, and b. stopping the wind.

 

Why did Peter started to sink?

Because of the so-called Law of Gravitation, which is a fake?

 

No!

 

But because he had ….. “little faith”.

 

Faith is the spiritual power which is founded on absolute, spiritual self-knowledge and self-identification acquired by means of instinctive perception of the soul’s connection with God. Every normal human can have faith, and those who have it can exercise full and infinite control of the matter and of the entire material world.

 

In the above excerpts, Jesus gives the example that by means of Faith one man can remove an entire mountain from its place and throw it into the sea, stop the wind, and walk on the surface of the water.

 

You may wish perhaps at this point to ask me about consciousness, and you may eventually pretend that before Faith, Belief, and Will, one should start discussing ontological matters by specifying consciousness as the cornerstone of each and every human and as the very beginning of every mental and spiritual activity.

 

Certainly, consciousness comes before will and before belief.

 

Before you expressed a desire to eat (when you were a few months old baby), you felt your personal need to eat, and this is a manifestation of consciousness.

 

Before you first heard of Islam (when you were a small child), you identified yourself as an independent being.

 

Consciousness is tantamount to self-cognition and self-identification, but at this level, we have to also make a clear distinction: there is mental-material consciousness and there is spiritual consciousness, and in most of the cases they differ greatly, because in today’s fallen world, humans are disconnected from their own spiritual self (i.e. their soul).

 

In every case, when a human is disconnected from his/her soul, his/her mental-material consciousness is false.

 

In our fallen world, the path of one person to re-encounter one’s soul and to enact one’s inherent spiritual powers is the definition of the person’s spirituality and religiosity. This can be achieved through many different narratives and several spiritual methods.

 

Useless to add that persons, who understand the immense power of the spiritual world, but fail in their personal path, sometimes make deals with evil spirits, demons, and other negative spiritual entities and – through the related initiation and subsequent exercise – they manage to achieve a certain spiritual power. However, this is conditioned on many terms and, in turn, it conditions the soul of these persons to spiritual slavery, permanent punishment (Hell) or even total extinction (elimination in the Non Being).

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Contrarily to the false mental-material consciousness, spiritual consciousness is the true self-cognition (self-identification) of every person; this implies that in spiritual terms, Consciousness is Faith and Faith is Consciousness. They are identical to one another. Spiritual contact with God is one with the affirmation of a soul’s self-identification. 

 

I have questions about the other paragraphs which I noted down but I do not understand the meaning or context of the first paragraph and would like to start from there.

As always wishing you the best
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Best,

Shamsaddin         

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Turkey & 21st c. Geopolitics: the Advice I gave to the Turkish Establishment back in the mid-90s

Turkey, the US & 21st c. Geopolitics: the Advice I gave to the Turkish Establishment back in the mid-90s

By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

The changes occurred in the period 1989 – 1991 have not until now been accurately evaluated; neither have their consequences been assessed. In the folly of those days, few perspicacious persons were able to see that, with the collapse of the so-called ‘Eastern bloc’, the decomposition and demise of the so-called ‘Western bloc’ was automatically heralded. The destruction of the then international order’s second pillar would then only be a matter of time, i.e. few decades.

 

I. 1989-1991 and the Collapse of Post-WW II False Order

The American elite, political or academic, must have realized the ensued dangers and that’s why they tried to amuse and confuse the world with much publicized, yet inane, pseudo-doctrines, like the Clash of Civilizations and the End of History. These unreal, yet barbarian and evil, concepts were elaborated only as preventive tactics for the US to avoid the unavoidable.

In fact, the astute observation that the fall of the ‘Eastern bloc’ would sooner or later bring forth the eradication of the ‘Western bloc’ had little to do with the common, yet nonsensical, assumption that the events of the period 1989 – 1991 would have a political – ideological or a financial – economic or even a social – intellectual impact. These types of impact are indeed minor, if the events are evaluated from a historian’s viewpoint.

In reality, the formation of the post-WW II international order was an abnormal, artificial construction, pretty much like the establishment of the post-WW I world order. The difference is that in the period between the two world wars there appeared to still exist, act and evolve – within the context of human life – several human and spiritual forces and factors that were totally concealed out of the artificial post-WW II world. Then, the collapse of one major constituent of that fake world would automatically unleash at least part of the concealed forces and factors whose dynamics in turn would easily bring down the rest of the artificial fabrication.

So, all post 1989-1991 developments have in reality little to do with the proper impact that the event itself has had (which was minor) and are mainly due to the forceful comeback of earlier concealed forces.

It was therefore predestined – from the very elements of the dynamics created by the results of the two world wars – that the winners of those early and minor conflicts would inevitably be the losers of the end times’ war.

And as early as 1992 and 1993, it became clear to few that North America and Western Europe had lost the chance – if they ever had any – to advance fast and effectively in the prevention of the forthcoming collapse of the ‘Western bloc’.

The above was very clear in my mind, when I moved to Turkey in September 1994 to work for universities, foundations and institutes, to participate in several academic and political projects, to advise the military and political establishment on several issues, to speak in public and in secluded circles, and to contribute to the universal(ist) ideals and principles defended and promoted by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.

 

II. Kemal Ataturk and today’s Turkish Establishment

Back in the 90s, there were many Turks, who would automatically ascribe themselves to Kemal Atatürk’s ideals and the principles. And I believe that by now their number has decreased only by little.

There were indeed in 1990s’ Turkey several leading academics, diplomats, politicians and statesmen, generals and intellectuals, as well as military intelligence officers, who were very well informed about the nature of the aforementioned world developments, which then were still quite recent. I therefore encountered and worked with brilliant people, like Prof. Erol Manisalı (whom I first met in the late 80s) and film director Halit Refiğ; with both of them I had frequent meetings, lengthy discussions, and fruitful polarizations. They had already understood what the global developments really meant and what the forthcoming circumstances would be like. The ensuing dangers for Turkey were very clear to them.

The same concerns a pleiad of other distinguished personalities whom I encountered on several occasions, namely Ambassador Umut Arık, Prof. Reşat Genç of the venerated Atatürk Kültür, Dil ve Tarih Yüksek Kurumu, Prof. Gönül Tankut, Prof. Hüseyin Hatemi, Prof. Kutlu Emre, Ambassador İsmail Soysal, Prof. Metin Sözen, Şemsettin Bağırkan the true savant of Ottoman Classical Music, Prof. Yusuf Halaçoğlu of the celebrated Türk Tarih Kurumu, Prof. Yılmaz Altuğ, my one-time colleague Prof. Emel Doğramacı, and many others involving former prime ministers Tansu Ciller and Necmettin Erbakan.

As a matter of fact, the clumsy American efforts to avoid the unavoidable and the then newly emitted pseudo-doctrines would only help bring the dismemberment of the ‘Western bloc’ faster; by so doing, the US was de facto self-positioned as enemy of Turkey, because the aforementioned pseudo-doctrines – by their genuine distortion of the historical truth and due to their disregard of the international order – targeted the country directly.

The inanity of people like Huntington and Fukuyama is tragicomical indeed! By trying to ‘remake the world order’ (this is part of Huntington’s title: The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order), they contributed to the demolition of the ‘Western bloc’. Their suicidal effort resembled very much indeed the suicide bombers trained by the CIA and the Mosad in Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Syria and elsewhere. To remake the world order, they solemnly and explicitly decomposed the elements of the remaining ‘Western bloc’. To prevent the forthcoming destruction, they precipitated it.

Since 1994, it was clear to the aforementioned leading figures and to others in Turkey that Turkey was threatened with exclusion from the ‘Western bloc’ and with dismemberment pretty much like several other countries for which the same ominous fate was prescribed.

However, for every action there is a reaction, and for every scheme there is a way to outmaneuver it. In the mid 90s, I spoke extensively and I expanded in written form (not always public) about what it would take for Turkey to oppose the plans providing for its destruction. When I left Turkey in 1997, I knew that, by staying inactive, Ankara was playing indeed into the US game. In fact, what occurs now between Turkey and the US could have already happened before 20 years.

It was just a matter of time, appeasement policies, and procrastination as regards the need for a proper geopolitical concept as regards 21st c. Turkey. This attitude would drive to nowhere and Turkey has been a great loser over the past two decades, which is what then inimical, mainstream mass media hide (as this situation suits the interests that they serve), by making either misplaced eulogies or conflated descriptions (of the type ‘Erdogan is unpredictable and dangerous’ & ‘Erdogan is a new sultan’!).

Why did the Turkish establishment fail to drastically react against US plans over the past 20 years?

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III. Factors that prevented the Turkish Establishment from timely Disentangling from the ‘Western bloc’

A. Failure to accurately and integrally assess Kemal Atatürk’s Vision of State

The Founder of Turkey, as a genuine pragmatist, did not found an ideology-based state. There is no such thing as ideology, political ideology or political philosophy; those endeavors are all forms of anti-historical forgery composed and diffused in order to unnecessarily and viciously trigger calamitous developments. They are worthless propaganda, and every propaganda is worthless, pathetic and evil. World History does not encompass ideologies, political ideologies or political philosophies because all those systems are mere propaganda tools deprived of historicity, morality and veracity, having therefore no ingenuous contents; they all constitute forms of forgery and fallacy that serve the enslavement of the nations and the destruction of Human Life.

Actually, there are no ideologists, political ideologists or political scientists and those who pretend or are said to be are either disoriented idiots or degenerate paranoids or motivated agents. This is easy to understand as there have never been ideologists, political ideologists or political scientists in the World History prior to Modern Times; but Modern Times are the period of worldwide deception which was incepted in order to precisely trigger the enslavement of the nations and the destruction of Human Life.

As Kemal Ataturk did not found an ideology-based state, what was later attributed to him as ‘kemalism’ hinges on particular interests to deform and alter his real practices. As a matter of fact, one of the six principles of Turkey, Halkçılık (which is not accurately translated as ‘Populism’ in English / the correct translation would be ‘rule by the people and for the people’) clearly opposes all ideologies.

People ruling their society need no -ism, no ideology. In fact, every -ism, every ideology is an intentional distortion of a self-ruled society, which occurs by introducing unnecessary and evil elites. Prior to the Modern Times, there were never ‘elites’, and every opposite claim is genuinely criminal, utterly fallacious, and historically false; it constitutes a premeditated misinterpretation of History. To this historical reality Kemal Ataturk ascribed himself.

I would rather translate Halkçılık as ‘People’s Sovereignty’; in this regard, every ideology, philosophical system, theoretical structure (of ethnic / racial, religious or political order) generated by an elite member (academic, scientist, philosopher, intellectual, etc.) automatically threatens people’s sovereignty and is therefore to be rejected. People’s sovereignty is incompatible with theories and ideas emitted by segregated individuals.

As a matter of fact, the translation of the six principles of Turkey with English words ending in – ism is sheer, if not deliberate, distortion and forceful alteration of the historical reality. This is so, because nouns ending in -ism in English are relevant of ideologies (conservatism, liberalism, etc).

Even worse, the entire phenomenon of Turkey’s foundation by Kemal Atatürk is fallaciously viewed by Western scholars in terms of a hypothetical, yet nonexistent, ideology: Kemalism. Kemalism never existed, because Kemal Atatürk was not a ‘philosopher’, did not compose an ‘ideology’, and never accepted ‘politics’.

Look now at this erroneous Wikipedia entry: “There are six fundamental pillars (ilke) of the ideology” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kemalism)!

Where are these principles (not ‘pillars’; ilke means ‘principle’) first stated?

In the 1924 Constitutional Law Article 2, Clause 1 (Türkiye Devleti, Cümhuriyetçi, milliyetçi, halkçı, devletçi, lâik ve inkılâpçıdır). But the Constitutional Law describes the basics of a state, not an ideology, as the wholly mistaken entry of Wikipedia states. https://web.archive.org/web/20110826235341/http://www.anayasa.gov.tr/index.php?l=template&id=20&lang=0

It is therefore essential to understand that ideologies, political philosophies, and related systems derive from politics, but Kemal Atatürk did not use a word about ‘politics’, was not a ‘politician’, and – as I already said – never accepted or carried out politics. This is evident in the basic texts of the state that he founded and in his 19-year long practice of rule.

Many confuse Atatürk’s modernization of the social structures with a certain, nebulous, Westernization, but the fact that until Atatürk’s death Turkey had only one party speaks for itself. The Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi in the beginning was not a ‘political’ party; it was the organization of all Turks who were interested in participating in the effort of reconstruction of their land. This organization was actually set up in the Sivas Congress (4-11/9/1919), which was in fact the venue of a ‘movement’, namely the Türk Ulusal Hareketi (Turkish National Movement); it was later renamed as Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi.

The Western political concept of ‘ideological, political parties’ did not exist in the nascent state’s territories in 1919 and it was virulently prohibited in 1924. Now, you can read for yourself and, after identifying Wikipedia’s enormous distortions, get the correct meaning:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sivas_Congress

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_National_Movement

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republican_People%27s_Party_(Turkey)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-party_period_of_the_Republic_of_Turkey

Politics is the focus of evil in modern societies, but politics lay far from Kemal Atatürk. Modern definitions of politics are part of the problem, as they try to shed confusion as regards the nature of politics. Example: ” Politics (from Greek: πολιτικά, translit. Politiká, meaning “affairs of the cities”) is the process of making decisions that apply to members of a group. It refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance—organized control over a human community, particularly a state. In modern nation-states, people have formed political parties to represent their ideas. They agree to take the same position on many issues and agree to support the same changes to law and the same leaders”. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics)

This is entirely false; even the translation from Ancient Greek is wrong. It is not ‘the affairs of the cities’ but ‘the affair of the city’, and it means only a small city that was not organized as kingdom, because otherwise the city would be a ‘kingdom’ and would have no politics!

 

DEMOCRACY AND POLITICS STARTED IN MESOPOTAMIA

The ‘affair of the city’ did indeed appear as a form of non royal, social organization and administration in 4th millennium BCE Mesopotamia; this early democratic system of rule can be called ‘politics’ but it had no notion of today’s decayed and corrupt, inhuman politics. It lasted several hundreds of years among the Sumerian cities-states of Southern Mesopotamia, before the rise of priesthood and royalty put an end to it, by imposing the spiritual concept of Celestial Order among humans. This Primitive Democracy is very well documented by means of early Sumerian texts and archaeological evidence that shows total absence of palaces, temples and major buildings. One has to admit that the notion of ‘state’ was elementary in that period.

DEMOCRACY IN 2ND MILLENNIUM BCE ELAM – SOUTHERN TRANSTIGRITANE

Later on, ‘politics’ and ‘democracy’ appear again in the 2nd millennium BCE Mesopotamia and Transtigritane, long before the few ancient Greek cities-states that were not ruled by kings were organized as either oligarchies, tyrannies or democracies. When most of the world’s civilized countries were organized in universal empires and kingdoms that reflected the Celestial Order (Assyria, Babylonia, the Hittite Empire, the Hurrian kingdoms, Canaanite Ugarit, Pharaonic Egypt, the Cushitic Kerma kingdom, etc.), Elam (known as ‘Anshan and Sushan’ in Ancient Elamite, which was the local language, ‘Elam’ being the Assyrian-Babylonian appellation of that land) was ruled without kings for several hundreds of years. Ancient Elam was the earliest form of ancient state that was ruled by local, elected executive officers, known as the Sukkalmahhu (‘mayors’) and mainly documented in Assyrian – Babylonian texts (http://evariste.lefeuvre.free.fr/culture/elcoa/elam.htm).

DEMOCRACY IN 1ST MILLENNIUM BCE MEDITERRANEAN: A PJOENICIAN – CARTHAGINIAN INVENTION AND PRACTICE LONG BEFORE IT WAS EXPORTED AMONG GREEKS AND ROMANS

 

In the Mediterranean world, politics and democracy emerged first among the Phoenician colonies, Carthage, and the Carthaginian colonies of Western Mediterranean and Northwestern Africa; this is so because the Phoenician kings were located faraway to rule their colonies; a non royal form of self rule was then instituted. However, the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians impacted the Pelasgians, the Lycians, the Carians, the Ionians, the Aeolians, the Achaeans, the Dorians, the Caphthor – Cretans, the Sicilians, the Sardinians and other nations in Western Anatolia, South Balkans, the Italian Peninsula, and the islands of the Mediterranean. In all those lands, Phoenicians and Carthaginians diffused the basic notions of non royal rule and administration.

Kemal Atatürk understood quite well that Western politics (as practiced until his times) were a fraudulent fallacy, which by means of representatives usurped people’s sovereignty. That’s why in numerous cases he stated that Hakimiyet Kayıtsız Şartsız Milletindir (Sovereignty belongs unrestrictedly and unconditionally to the people/nation). Thence, the importance of halkçılık, people’s sovereignty.

To put it in simple words, Atatürk made of the people the Emperor of an Empire named Türkiye. This, quite unfortunately, was not evident to the so-called Kemalist friends of mine in Turkey, all those who evoked his name but thought and lived otherwise back in the 1990s.

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B. The Real Meaning of the Six Principles of Kemal Ataturk’s State

How to render in English the six principles of Atatürk’s state?

Cumhuriyetçilik – it has to do with the Arabic word jumhur, ‘public’ or ‘majority’ (مذبح الجمهور / madhhab al-jumhur). This comes as opposition to both, the hereditary rule (monarchy) and the religious – spiritual rule. It is very wrong to call ‘republicanism’ this approach to state structure and to social organization; in reality, the correct translation of the term cumhuriyetçilik would be ‘public, not hereditary rule, and separation between public affairs and spirituality’. Turkey’s cumhuriyetçilik has very little to do with 18th – 20th c. Western republicanism.

Halkçılık – as already explained, this means ‘people’s sovereignty’.

Milliyetçilik – this principle has nothing to do with what is called ‘nationalism’ in Central and Western Europe and North America. In striking opposition to West European ideologies of racism, race superiority, chauvinism, and nationalism, in Turkey it was declared that Türkiye ahalisine, din ve ırk farkı gözetilmeksizin vatandaşlık itibarıyla Türk denilir (irrespective of religion and race differences, the population of Turkey is called Turkish as regards the citizenship).

The use of the term Milliyet in Atatürk’s Turkey and in the Ottoman Empire is completely different. In structural terms, this word of Persian origin (milliyet) was used by the founder of Turkey as the word Ummah was used in the very early periods of the Islamic Caliphate. It involves a supra-national community with a common history within the same state. And this was said explicitly: ‘ortak mazi, tarih, ahlak ve hukuk Türk milletini bir araya getiren değerlerdir’ (common past, history, morality and law are the values that bring together the Turkish nation). This has nothing to do with the evil notion of racial ethnic identity; it alludes to cultural ethnic identity.

So, milliyetçilik means literally ‘supra-national identity founded on land-based communal unity, shared historicity and integrity of cultural heritage’. This connotation does not exist anywhere outside Turkey, and this is not a concept particularity but full evidence of human superiority over the forces of darkness, division and evilness of today’s inhuman elites.

Few people understood that it was quite normal for a great mystic like Mustafa Kemal, who was neither a historian nor a philologist, to have this approach. The constituent elements of the state that he had already envisioned (as a successive form to the ailing Ottoman Empire) before 1919 had to encompass many ethnic groups. As a matter of fact, when Atatürk took full control of Turkey’s territory, it was still expected that more than a million ethnic ‘Greeks’ (i.e. Romioi – Rumlar) would be Turkish citizens in the future. It is the Greek side at the Lausanne Conference that came up with the proposal for the exchange of populations that took place between Turkey and Greece in 1923-1925.

Furthermore, this approach to a ‘supra-national identity founded on land-based communal unity, shared historicity and integrity of cultural heritage’ reflects perfectly well the Celestial Order of the Oriental Empires, which was the cornerstone of Rudolf von Sebottendorf’s universal vision of an Imperial State  enshrined in individual spirituality and human welfare as per the Ancient Oriental Monarchical Model and the Assyrian Sargonid Originality.

Because the 20th century’s leading German hierophant, and mentor of Kemal Atatürk, Rudolf von Sebottendorf remains an unknown figure to most, truly few understand the uniqueness and the truthfulness of Turkey as a conscious supra-nation rightful heir of more than 20 Oriental and Occidental, northern and southern civilizations’ achievements and accomplishments. And this was eminently reflected in Kemal Atatürk’s practices, as he rejected Pan-Turkism and Turanism as improper falsifications able only to distort the historical reality and plunge Turkey into chaos.

Turkey was geared to be the total rejection of the fallacious and unhistorical, racist concept of racial purity, chauvinism, race superiority, skin color supremacy, colorism and all the associate, nonsensical and evil constructions.

One can therefore understand that Hitler’s Germany was at the very antipodes of Atatürk’s Turkey’s and this is due to the fact that the spiritual exercises and other practices, the evocations, the divine conceptualization, the revelations of the Sacred, the initiation rituals, the Spiritual Ontology, the Cosmology, the Moral Order, the Royal Art, the Weltanschauung, the historical contextualization, and the admonitions of imperial rule changed totally in the Thule Gesellschaft after the organization was taken over by Anglo-Saxon fake Masonry, Zionists and other Satanists.

Laiklik – this principle is falsely translated as either Secularism or Laicism. Although Wikipedia statement “it differs from the passive Anglo-American concept of secularism, but is similar to the concept of laïcité in France.” is correct to some extent, the basic definition is totally wrong: “Kemalist ideology aims to banish religious interference in government affairs”. There was no Kemalist ideology; more importantly, the practice was not only to just ‘banish religious interference in government affairs’, but to dissociate the social order from the Spirituality and the spiritual life of the people.

The concept does not affect only the government, the public administration or the state, but the entire society; it stipulates that the social life of the people is disconnected from their spiritual faith(s), religion(s) and cult(s). In fact, it makes of the faith of everyone a private affair and in doing so, it reflects the quintessence of all original faiths and religions, as per which ‘religion’ is the ‘direct connection between the human and God’, thus involving no intermediaries.

The use of word ‘laik’ in Modern Turkish must not lead to confusion with other notions and connotations; this word originates from Ancient Greek ‘laos’ which means people in opposition to ‘hierateion’ (the sacerdotal class). Since Turkey is the realm whereby Halkçılık prevails, there cannot be social classes and elites; and consequently, there cannot be priests, as they would form a separate class of their own.

Kemal Ataturk had studied History under the guidance of Rudolf von Sebottendorf, understood the realities of Muslim deviations throughout the centuries, and drawn the correct conclusion. In Early Islam, there was no priesthood at all; in fact, there must not be any priesthood in Islam; it is prohibited. The rise of the priestly class of sheikhs is the result of Islam’s deviation and Christianization, an attempt undertaken by the vicious, ignorant and barbaric pseudo-theologian Ahmed ibn Taimiyyah (13th-14th c.). Kemal Ataturk, by imposing Laiklik, solved the problem that brought down the Ottoman Empire.

It is clear that the writers, who composed the 1924 Constitutional Law, invented new words and terms in Turkish that did not exist during the Ottoman Empire. To do so, they had to be and they were actually resourceful. In fact, Halkçılık and Laiklik are the same word; what ‘halk’ means in Turkish is ‘laos’ in Greek (: people); what matters in this case is the new connotation that the writers of the 1924 Constitutional Law attributed to each word, under the guidance of Kemal Ataturk. And these new connotations fully reflect the practices that we attest in Atarurk’s times and not in later distortions or foreign uses. That’s why we cannot make any equation between ‘laiklik’ in Ataturk’s Turkey and ‘laïcité’ in France.

Devletçilik – this principle was monstrously misinterpreted by Kemal Ataturk’s renegades who were on the payroll of Western Freemasonic and Zionist nomenklatura, intelligentsia and apparatchiks. For numerous decades, these distorters of Kemal Ataturk’s evident practices used the meaning of this word (devletçilik) in order to portray the founder of Turkey as a defender of state-run economy, as a supporter of socioeconomic ideas related to Communism or Nazism, and as a pioneer of hydrocephalic bureaucracy. This falsehood finds its way with the false translation of devletçilik as ‘statism’.

The Turkish word state ‘devlet’ originates from the Farsi and Arabic words ‘Dowlah’, which also mean ‘state’. But as principle by which the new state’s function had to abide, devletçilik does not mean state-run economy or statism or prevalence of the state in every person’s daily life and economic activity.

In fact, Kemal Ataturk’s governmental practices during the period 1923-1938 clearly show the meaning of this word and the true connotation that the writers of the 1924 Constitutional Law attributed to it; they truly nationalized many companies. But they did so in order to restructure the companies and then they offered them to the private initiative. Kemal Ataturk was obviously against the idea of the state running the economy; but the state had to be there not to intervene but to rectify troubles, solve problems, eliminate clutter, and reinstate free market rules. As long as Kemal Ataturk was alive, there was no state interventionism in Turkey in the sense this term is used nowadays.

Devletçilik means therefore that the state umpires every time a need arises for this; this does not apply only to economy, but to justice, education and other aspects of social life as well.

Devrimcilik (or at times İnkılapçılık) – this principle should not be translated as ‘reformism’ in English, because this term is already heavily impacted ideologically and is therefore unrelated to the connotation attributed to it during Kemal Ataturk’s times. Devrim means ‘reform’ or ‘reformation’ in Turkish. İnkılap is a loan from Farsi and Arabic; it is often translated as ‘revolution’ but this is wrong. Revolution in Arabic is ‘thawrah’ (ثورة). Enqelab (انقلاب) means ‘coup’, ‘reverse’ or ‘upheaval’. In Farsi, the term was used for ‘Islamic revolution’ (انقلاب اسلامی) but this is a politically motivated use.

In Ataturk’s Turkey, both terms were used totally deprived of any related connotation; they actually meant ‘readiness for continuous updates in order to keep the pace with changes’; in this sense, one can associate the term with ‘reform’ but not as an idea or an ideological indoctrination, but as a practical necessity – whenever and wherever it appears.

Devrimcilik was then viewed as the total rejection of the Ottoman immobility, motionlessness and inability to adapt to the surrounding world’s changing realities and traits. In fact, in 15 years (1923-1938), Ataturk covered 400 years of Western changes and technological transformations, adapting the country to the 20th c. realities. It was the most resolute rejection of the silly sheikhs’ and idiotic imams’ attitude to keep the average people in permanently stagnant ignorance and darkness, detached from the realities of the world. But devrimcilik has nothing to do with an ideologized attitude and thoughtless reform (: corruption / degradation) of ideals and principles.

However, the above realities had already gone long before I first traveled to Turkey, let alone the time I moved to work there. The constitutions of 1961 and 1982 were written in total discordance with the basic principles of Kemal Ataturk’s Constitutions 1921 and (revised) 1924.

This in reality meant that back in the 1990s my Kemalist friends were trying to maintain Kemal Ataturk’s vision, principles, and heritage within a frame that does not allow this vision to exist, these principles to be implemented, and this heritage to be revered. The Turkish establishment after 1938 and notably after 1946, under Western pressure, introduced what could not be introduced in the state of Kemal Ataturk: multi-party elections.

This was not conform with the basic standards and principles of the Constitution and of Kemal Ataturk’s practices. Halkçılık (‘people’s sovereignty’) cannot coexist with the fallacy of multi-party elections. And the change was not a necessary update and reform or the state, but a sheer deviation to appease Western countries’ diplomats and politicians. In fact, multi-party elections, i.e. a masqueraded tyranny that institutes an evil elite against the people / nation, existed in several Western countries when Kemal Ataturk founded Turkey. If he considered that this element of the Western states’ structure and functions was necessary in nascent Turkey, he would introduce it as well. But he did not.

This was what back in the 1990s my friends among Turkey’s Kemalist establishment failed to assess in Kemal Atatürk’s vision of State.

C. Failure to accurately and integrally assess Kemal Atatürk’s vision of Turkey

Speaking about milliyetçilik in the previous unit, I made it clear that Kemal Ataturk, due to his spiritual master Rudolf von Sebottendorf, was at the very antipodes of the racist dimension of Nazism that prevailed in Germany after English Zionists and fake Freemasons usurped Thule Gesellschaft from its founder and forced Rudolf von Sebottendorf to escape to Turkey.

Contrarily to what most people believe or can imagine, racist crypto-Nazis are omnipresent today in the so-called Western European and North American administrations. Their racism brings misfortune to all; this is so because they diffuse fake versions of World History that are filled with racist considerations and falsehood.

Bloodlines do not exist in History; it is a fallacy and a vicious propaganda that causes wars, strives, bloodshed and destruction. Those who diffuse this propaganda do it always on purpose. Kemal Ataturk knew this reality and shaped Turkey on the sound and pertinent concept of ‘supra-national identity founded on land-based communal unity, shared historicity and integrity of cultural heritage’ (milliyetçilik).

This means that Kemal Ataturk viewed modern Turks as the true heirs of many nations, cultures and civilizations, including Ancient Mesopotamia, Caucasus, Anatolia, Balkans, and Central Asia. My good friend, the distinguished professor and academician Erol Manisali, still remembers my extensive analyses and even recently he referred to me (under my former Christian name) in a brilliant article published only last July:

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Anadolu kültürü “Pers’ten eski Roma’ya, Mezopotamya’dan Asya’ya bir sentezdir: Ben bir Sümer’im, Hitit’im, Doğu Roma’yım, Asya’yım ve Türk’üm”. Yunanlı dostum, 20 dil bilen Prof. Cosmos Megalommatis, “Klasik Uygarlığa Yeni Yaklaşımlar” başlığı altında 1980’li yıllardan beri yaptığı yayınlarda şunu söyler: “Avrupa’nın Roma ve Atina’ya oturttuğu ‘klasik uygarlık’ yanlıştır: Avrupa uygarlığı Mezopotamya’daki 20’den fazla uygarlığın bir sentezidir” tezini savunur.(*)

 

Atatürk’ün “tango”su ve “zeybek”i bu tezin vurucu bir özetidir. “Ne Mutlu Türküm Diyene” özdeyişi de aslında, Anadolu Türkiyesi’nin bir yansımasıdır. Çanakkale’de başlayıp Dumlupınar’da biten ve Lozan’da sonuçlanan emperyalizme karşı savaşta Anadolu insanının (ve kültürünün) binlerce yıldır biriken soluğu vardır“.

The article’s title is Atatürk’te zeybek, tango ve ‘yön’ (24 Temmuz 2018 – 24 July 2018) and the entire text is to be found here:

http://www.cumhuriyet.com.tr/koseyazisi/1035324/Ataturk_te_zeybek__tango_ve__yon_.html

However, the problem with the Turkish Establishment back in the 1990s was that they did not know what it takes to lead a modern nation which is the true heir of many nations, cultures and civilizations, including Ancient Anatolia, Mesopotamia, Caucasus, Balkans, Russia and Central Asia. They had lost the real sense of History, and they thus could make long and eloquent discourses that did not correspond to the needs of Turkey’s

– educational and academic system

– educational – academic – cultural relations with a great number of states across Asia, Europe and Africa

– international position, and impact on the world

– basic targets of foreign policy

– obligation to outmaneuver other countries’ strategies that were in conflict with Turkey’s identity, international position, and impact on the world.

The above is a very summarized catalogue of Turkey’s academic inadequacies and disorientation. What Turkish professors used to teach at those days as History was a repetition of Western fallacies about the Orient, a dead corpus of facts and info, a boring list of numerous data with no evident connection with the present and the future. At those days, all Turks knew that they were in part the descendants of the Hittites; but not one professor explained to his students and general audience in what this affected them and what possibilities it gave them for the future – let alone how it could impact successfully Turkey’s present geopolitical situation and future aspirations.

Still, Kemal Ataturk’s vision of Turkey, as described in my analysis of the term milliyetçilik, is the epitome of World History, and of the Human Genius, as expressed throughout millennia on specific lands and parts of lands of which the Earth is composed. And this is the advice that I then gave to the Turkish Establishment.

 

III. The Advice that I gave to the Turkish Establishment

1. Not all the lands are equally important in terms of geographical determinism. The ‘holy’ lands matter most, but the lands that are nowadays publicized as ‘holy’ are not necessarily holy.

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2. The present shape of the Earth is irrelevant and unimportant, because the antediluvian Earth was very different from what Earth appears to be now; this was part of the now reconstituted Ancient Mesopotamian and Anatolian wisdom, science and knowledge.

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3. Mesopotamia and Anatolia constitute a geographical unity that represents the center of the surface of the Earth and the world’s most critical venues of Human History. In other words, History took place here and not elsewhere. Surrounding lands like Iran, Caucasus, Phoenicia, Palestine, Yemen and Arabia are only appendices to the Center of the Earth.

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4. In antediluvian and postdiluvian times, the greatest and most genuine achievements of the Mankind in terms of Spirituality, Faith, Myth, Reflection, Identity, Integrity, Wisdom, Contemplation, Invention, and Enterprise were performed in this land.

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5. This is the land whereby the most visionary among the humans contemplated on and reflected critical conditions and determinant situations antedating even the Creation of the Universe. This is a supreme, unique trait of Human Intelligence and Spirituality. There is indeed a line of Spirituality that links Enuma Elish, Adapa (Adam), Atrahasis, Sargon of Akkad, the Descent of Ishtar in the Nether World, the Sargonids of Nineveh, Jonah, Jesus, and Prophet Muhammad to the End Times’ rise of the Assyrians, upheaval, and termination of the postdiluvian fall. One can call it the Hand of God. And this Divine Intervention and line of Spirituality was well known to the founder of Modern Turkey – not without implications.

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6. Modern Turkey’s interconnectedness with and inheritance of Sumer through the Ancient Assyrians is reflected in the History of Cappadocia and Northern Mesopotamia that are parts of Turkey’s territory.

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7. The geographical unity of Mesopotamia and Anatolia empowered faiths and contemplations, religions and Weltanschauungen, explorers and entrepreneurs to radiate across Asia and Africa through the gradual formation of the land-, desert- and sea-routes of trade between the Earth’s most distant parts. The interchangeability of Silk-, Spice- and Perfume (Incense)- Roads became, thanks to Aramaeans, Turanians, and Yemenites, the way Iranian Mithraism moved from Central Asia to Sudan, to Rome to England, Manichaeism expanded from Atlantic to Pacific, and Buddhism, Nestorianism and Islam spread to China.

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8. Human History is History of Land; there is no such thing as History of Sea. The Primordial Ocean of Soft Water as surrounding the Land of Paradise is the epitome of every Eschatology from the Anatolian Ullikummi to John’s Revelation; the salt water seas will cease to exist and therefore any consideration of them is immaterial for our times. Maritime powers live the last moments of their otherwise worthless existence and barbaric activities.

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9. In the aftermath of four millennia of human interaction, exploration, inventiveness, adaptability, cultural exchange, and economic enterprise across the geographical lines that link Anatolia – Mesopotamia

a) through Central Asia with China

b) through Iran with India and Indonesia

c) through the Balkans with the Western Asiatic peninsula of Europe,

today’s Turkey is the indispensable central ring in the process of re-establishing the Oriental Celestial Order, Human Unity, and Spiritual Universality. This has nothing to do with the much publicized but trivial globalization. What truly matters is what comes after the short-lived globalization ends.

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10. Kemal Ataturk’s emblematic sentence ‘Yurtta Sulh, Cihanda Sulh’ (Peace at Home, Peace in the World) not only reflects the identical interests Turkey has with China and Germany, but also imposes explicit, resolute and precipitated disconnection from and opposition to US, UK, France and NATO.

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11. Promoting full interoperability between Ankara and Beijing will help Turkey trigger developments in Iran, Russia and Central Asia in full concordance with the interests of China, and of the New Germany that will rise after the disintegration of the European Union and the implosion of the US and UK. Post-Qajar Iran was never the empire that it had been; either monarchical or ‘theocratic’, it is now about to get decomposed and this development will be essential for Turkey to exploit if not trigger. Similarly, new dynamics that are about to be shaped in the lands controlled by the unraveling Kremlin tyranny have to be taken into consideration in Ankara and duly supported. The sun rises in the same way above Turkey and Yakutia.

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12. Exporting Kemal Ataturk’s model to China’s Eastern Turkestan (Sinkiang) will be another result of Ankara’s engagement with The Belt and Road Initiative (One Belt One Road – OBOR) and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). It is essential for Turks to let the Chinese understand, as Kemal Ataturk realized before 100 years, that modern political Islamic movements do not represent the Islamic Heritage, the Islamic History, and the Muslims in their quasi-totality; they are an alien fabrication of the now collapsing, Zionist and Apostate Freemasonic Western elites. Islam was part of China’s past and it will be part of China’s future, if Beijing intends to carry out its engagement and to rise as the world’s sole superpower. Re-education of the Chinese Muslims in full promotion of Kemal Ataturk’s standards, principles and practices and in full rejection of Political Islam and Wahhabism is the designated method.

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Zionist – Freemasonic – Jesuit Agendas in Conflict or Superposition: End Times’ Sequence & Trajectories

Shrewd commentators, who oppose present world’s negative developments and nature, find* that, within the context of divided Christianity, “healing the schism would be great”, and that there are “forces trying to bring the two churches together” (Catholic & Orthodox).

 

However, they also observe that, on the other hand, other projects, like the notorious, Kalergi plan and the ongoing Islamist immigration, truly gain momentum. Finding the two trends opposite to one another, they ask “why would Rome lay down to this?”.

 

Christian Reunification, Kalergi Plan, Mass Immigration, Europe’s Islamization – Zionists, Freemasons, Jesuits

 

The present article explains why the two, seemingly opposite, spirals and dynamics correspond to either different agendas or different agendas’ chapters and serve diverse trajectories, without truly being opposite to one another.

 

Indeed, it makes no sense for the European Christian churches (Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox) to reunite together, if one accepts to be overridden by the Islamization process. However, at this point, there are at work different projects and trajectories that are promoted by opposite forces, without however being frontally opposite to one another.

 

I. Anti-Messianic, Anti-Eschatological Freemasons: the Apostate Lodge

 

You know that the ‘elite’ is not one, but divided into Jesuits, Freemasons, and Zionists and each group has its centuries-old (or rather millennia-long) agenda. In addition, there are internal factions, which also pursue divergent agendas; in other words, these internal splits and factions do not exist for any other reason except agenda differentiation.

 

The main forces involved and their different agendas reveal automatically the existence of diverse eschatological/messianic plans or the absence / rejection thereof. (The latter is also to be reckoned with.)

 

The atheistic lodge Grand Orient de France (this is the bulk of the Scottish / French rite in France: it controls Le Droit Humain lodges and it is engaged in fierce fighting against the Grande Loge Nationale Francaise, which is an English rite outfit in France) not only does not promote eschatological / messianic plans, but also opposes all existing ones, be they Freemasonic, Jesuit or Zionist of origin/nature.

 

II. Schism within Ashkenazi, pseudo-Jewish, Khazarian Zionism

 

When I was in Israel (1984-1985) during my postgraduate studies (Egyptology / Assyriology), I came upon a Zionist branch that was also anti-eschatological and anti-messianic. What did they teach / propagate in their seminars? That the Messiah had already come, that ‘he’ is Eretz (the state of) Israel, and that we therefore live in the messianic times, when the Messiah (Israel) will progressively outshine the rest of the world (the Goyim).

 

So, it is only normal for that Zionist branch to cooperate with Grand Orient de France and with other similar forces (within the Zionist universe and outside of it) in order to promote stability and permanence of the Post WW II world. (By the way, the Clintons belong to this faction, contrarily to Netanyahu.)

 

The aforementioned two cases are only examples.

 

The Greater Israel plan is then not necessarily supported by all Zionist groups, because any plan linked to a personal Messiah would be rejected by the Zionists who identify the Messiah with the state of Israel itself.

 

However, I would say that today the mainstream Zionist world backs the Greater Israel plan; they associate a person with it; they prepare the erection of the Third Temple; some even say in public that they have identified who the future King of Israel is. Few boast having met him in person! And others try to conceal that they have truly come face to face with that atrocious creature. This Zionist plan entails various global developments and the rise of a sizeable Israel (from Euphrates to the Nile) to global prominence.

 

Before explaining what this can eventually mean, I would say that opposite eschatological / messianic plans (those of the Freemasons, of the Jesuits, and eventually of others) may

a. either be in direct opposition with the aforementioned (‘mainstream’) Zionist plan

b. or move on different trajectories that follow different time perspectives (what we would define as ‘short-run’, ‘mid-run’, long-run’).

 

This means that the force that promotes a long-run plan can eventually, under some conditions, and within some limits, may consent to a short-term plan, even if it from the first sight looks extremely opposite to the long-run plan. They may even use it – and this, I believe, is the true nature of the present Jesuit-Zionist alliance; that’s why Francis I avoids criticizing homosexuality, etc., etc., etc. These are minor and trivial points, if compared to the foremost geopolitical-eschatological plans of the Jesuit Order.

 

III. Each eschatological/messianic agenda involves also a different Messiah

 

Most people believe that ‘the elite’ wants to prepare the necessary conditions for their (fake) Messiah/Christ, who will be the long awaited Antichrist. This is very wrong; in fact, there will be many false Christs (pseudo-Christs) and only the last and more powerful one will be the Antichrist (the one mentioned in the Book of Revelation, and in Daniel). This is also consistent with Jesus’ prophecy or description of End times’ stages, namely the statement that ‘many’ will come pretending they are the Christ/Messiah.

 

I don’t believe that only Zionists, Freemasons and Jesuits will come up with their Messiahs, each of them with a different guy. There will be more than just three pseudo-Christs. There will be an Orthodox Russian Christ (at least there is a plan providing for him, elaborated among some independent circles in Russia); there will be at least two Mahdis (a Shia and a Sunni); there will be a Parsist Shosyant, and many other religions’ or sects’ expected messianic figures will appear too. This makes sense, and it only reconfirms Jesus’ words that “nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom” (Mark 13:8 New International Version – NIV).

 

{Key note: I never use KJV by the way – I did crosscheck it with the Greek Septuagint and the Latin Vulgata texts in hundreds of excerpts, and in most of the cases, the meaning of the text was terribly altered to be evidently adapted to Freemasonic concepts. KJV is an untrustworthy forgery and a theological fornication.}

 

The below interpretational diagrams are all wrong and simplistic:

  1. the Zionist Messiah is the Antichrist
  2. the Islamist Mahdi is the Antichrist

(actually no Muslim will believe a Mahdi without a re-appearing Islamic Prophet Jesus, so in that case, one has to expect a tandem or to see fake persons impersonating the roles ascribed to Mahdi and to Jesus as Islamic Prophet)

  1. the Zionist Messiah will eliminate the Islamist Mahdi
  2. the Islamist Mahdi will prevail over the Zionist Messiah

 

IV. A reminiscence of the end times of the Roman Res Publica

 

I believe that, in several successive ‘stages’ of 3.5 or 7 years duration (and this depends on what one considers as ‘stage’), three major circles will be completed.

 

I feel that these circles will be a sort of reminiscence of (or will have some analogy with) the last century of Roman Res Publica, which led to Imperium: Sulla-Cinna-Marius / Crassus-Pompey-Caesar / Marc Antony-Lepidus-Octavian Augustus. The three circles will be as follows.

 

V. Zionist Agenda & the Khazarian Greater Israel

 

Greater IsraelFor this purpose, mainstream Zionists need to ensure:

 

1. the pulverization of several surrounding Middle Eastern states (Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia) by different means, military, socio-political, geotechnical engineering (Egypt can entirely disappear with the quasi-totality of its population within few hours, if a 9.4 Richter earthquake takes place in Aswan and brings down the High Dam).

 

((By the way, the Amhara/Tigray Abyssinians, who control the vast colonial state of ‘Ethiopia’ with numerous subjugated nations that strive for national independence, and who are the allies of the Israeli Khazarian Zionists, have a seven centuries old ‘prophecy’, which became known to Westerners in the late 18th century; according to this ‘vision’, their state at the End Times would share borders – dividing Egypt – with a Jewish state named ‘Israel’ and located in Palestine. When this was published, there was no Zionist Congress!))

 

2. the collapse of Europe – and here fits the Kalergi plan

 

3. the first, small, ‘contained’ nuclear war between Russia and America that will destroy northern parts of European Russia and America’s East Coast

 

Jesuits accept most of this plan, but Freemasons oppose it in various ways. So, Freemasonic endeavors in opposition to the Zionist agenda may involve the following:

 

1. various defense lines against terrorists in Syria & Iraq; support of Iran (Freemasons have infiltrated extensively the Ayatullah regime)

 

2. the re-emergence of European totalitarianism, spirituality, and imperium

 

3. the preparations for the re-establishment of the US as a genuine republican state (as conceived by the Founding Fathers) in a small part of today’s US territory, mainly in the mountainous parts of the Middle West.

 

For Greater Israel to be truly a global power, there have to take place two different types of development:

a. Israel must expand territorially while major countries of the region have to disappear

and

b. Europe, Russia and America have to be pulled into an abysmal maelstrom of destruction, contraction, and insignificance

 

It seems there are two diverse options for Russia’s & America’s contraction, one being the aforementioned, ‘contained’ nuclear war, and the other involving

 

i. extraordinary natural disasters occurring in both, the eastern and the western extremities of the US and

 

ii. ‘color revolution’ against Kremlin.

 

In any case, great importance is given so that the area around Samara, Astrakhan, and the northern shores of the Caspian Sea is always protected.

 

The reason for this is that the local population in that region is not Russian, truly speaking, but Khazarian; there lies the epicenter of the Zionist Khazarian conspiracy.

 

Naive commentators, who express doubts about the veracity of the Greater Israel agenda, ask how Israel with its present, limited population can occupy vast lands of Syria, Iraq, Jordan, NW Saudi Arabia, and Egypt that are today inhabited by more than 100 million people!

 

Those commentators don’t know that a second ‘aliyah’ can take place (like that of the year 1945-1948) and 15-20 million ‘hidden’ ‘Jews’ (in reality: Khazarians presently impersonating Russians) can move to live in the Saudi Red Sea coast north of Jeddah, in the Egyptian Red Sea coast, in Sinai and in the Syrian desert. To support this enormous movement, the vast know-how currently acquired in the Zionist Emirates (UAE) will be transferred to the said territories in order to turn the desert into a green land.

 

As per the terms of the Jesuit-Zionist alliance, the Catholic Church can transfer the Holy See to Jerusalem, if (or when) Rome, Italy and Europe collapse in anarchy, Euro-Islamist wars (I don’t call them civil wars, because Islamist immigrants are alien elements in Europe), and total chaos. This perspective is viewed as inevitable by the Jesuits – and actually by all. And by evidently contributing to Europe’s decomposition, the Jesuits only demonstrate their solidarity with the Zionists, whom they surely cheat superbly as regards the final stages of the Jesuit agenda.

 

So, the plan to unite all churches has a global appeal, whereas local level socio-economic-political-cultural-spiritual power across Europe seems to be of little interest for the Jesuits. This is not strange:

 

first, their main focus is elsewhere, and

 

second, the Jesuits know that, after Europe’s descent to disorder and chaos, the power that will rise will be Freemasonic or if you prefer Nordic-Germanic, Gnostic, Hermetic, Wagnerian, Arian (the early Christian heresy) or ‘pagan’.

 

Use whatever word you want, but it will be an anti-Catholic, anti-Orthodox, anti-Jesuit Christianity with references to Merovingian bloodline and other extra-Christian literature.

 

VI. The Rise of the New Roman (European) Empire

 

For this purpose, Freemasons need to ensure:

 

1. A low degree destruction in the Middle East, which will also involve the following:

– preservation of Iran,

– creation of ‘Kurdistan’ on only Iraqi, Syrian and Turkish territories,

– formation of a Sunni central Iraqi state,

– emergence of a Shia state in South Iraq and the NE confines of Saudi Arabia (Dammam), and

– expansion of Jordan across NW quarter of Saudi Arabia

 

2. a. the total destruction of all democratic concepts and ideas in Europe, the formation of military groups that, after the fight against and the elimination of the Islamists, will rise to absolute power and impose a Freemasonic, pseudo-Christian, European Imperial state that will look closer to Mithraic Iranian Arsacid Empire, to Gnostic-Hermetic Christianity, and to Hyperborean cults and traditions.

 

2. b. During the forthcoming chaos across Europe, the Freemasons will spearhead the destruction of Rome and the conversion of most of the Christian churches in Western, Central and Northern Europe into pseudo-Christian Freemasonic temples. So, at that stage, the tactical interests of the Freemasons and the Zionists will converge again.

 

Another factor related to the destruction of Rome, which can also explain why the Jesuits seem indifferent to this forthcoming event, is the perplex phenomenon of the Fatima apocalyptic visions (six apparitions from 13th May to 13th October 1917) and the associated Miracle of Sun. In spite of the terrible measures taken to prevent the diffusion of the truth and despite the enormous volumes of lies spread on this subject by the official Catholic Church in order to confuse and disorient every concerned explorer, many came to know that the Fatima apocalyptic visions do actually concern the end of the Catholic Church as we have known it until now.

 

So, I conclude that the Jesuits realized (particularly after the end of WW II) that the overall sociopolitical and cultural developments across Europe would make Traditional Catholic and Protestant Christianity irrevocably unsustainable in Rome, Italy & Europe, and they therefore shaped their End Times plans accordingly.

 

3. the decadence of Russia (options of ‘color revolution’ or other type of turmoil are under discussion, but not the ‘contained’ nuclear war option) and the implosion of the US (following economic collapse rather than natural disaster, although Freemasons too seem to believe that some type of East Coast natural disaster is inevitable). Following the collapse of central authority (or the submersion of Washington D.C. or the destruction caused by the limited and ‘contained’ nuclear war), the different parts of the elite will live in underground cities or secluded territories. Then, vast lands of today’s American territory will plunge in chaos and they will be ruled by local thugs and gangsters. However, some form of republican state with public order and discipline will emerge in the mountainous parts of the American Middle West.

 

The New Roman-European Empire will be a totalitarian state compared to which Hitler’s Germany would look like a liberal-anarchical spot. To its citizens, it will be a very happy realm, because practically speaking the outright majority of the indigenous European population, previously outraged because of the Islamists’ unprecedented barbarism, will support the anti-Islamist and anti-Jewish resistance, struggle, and victory of the brave European fighters.

 

The end result will be that they will get rid of all troubles, because the great warriors will exterminate all Islamists, Jews (Sephardic or Ashkenazi Khazarians), leftists, homosexuals, liberal-socialists, and other dissident elements. To imagine how terrible the next European war will be, one must consider approximately 50 million people dead from the borders of Russia to the Atlantic in a period of 3-4 years; some cities will surely look worse than Syria’s Aleppo.

 

However, this shocking situation will bring forth splendid results: materialism, consumerism, hedonism and pacifism will have disappeared – along with humanism. The era that started with Copernicus will have ended in Europe. The imperial rise will be very fast, because spiritual powers, techniques, and endeavors will be pursued, and demonic hierarchies will highly contribute to the restoration of the Anti-(Pseudo-)Christian order and authority. A new technology will appear that will be spiritual rather than material of nature. Europe will then believe in  forms of Mithraism, Gnostic Christianity, and Arianism that were thought to have been irreversibly uprooted back in the 4th century.

 

The rise of the European Empire will be simultaneous with the fall of Greater Israel and the final disarray of the Muslim World from Mauritania to India. With America’s, Russia’s, India’s, and Israel’s power decreasing, the purified European Empire will be a meteoric phenomenon and the leader of the struggle against the Islamist immigrants and the erratic Jews will be catapulted to absolute power. This person will be very different from the common, materialistic leaders and fake Messiahs of the Zionists and the Muslims.

 

Europe’s power will spread across Africa, Latin America, and large parts of Asia. Islam will be abolished, and for some time it will look as if it totally disappeared. Israel will disintegrate, and a peace will be imposed among local populations of different backgrounds as the only means to survive; the real Third Temple will be built then, because the earlier built Zionist edifice will be a fake replica. The Third Temple will be indeed Satan’s temple par excellence. The European Emperor will first be called divine (in imitation of Ancient Roman titulary) and then worshipped as god. He will be the Final False Christ, the ‘Antichrist’.

 

This will be an era of major natural disasters and several parts of the Earth will disappear following catastrophic earthquakes, enormous tsunamis, and calamitous sidereal phenomena. It will also be a time a nefarious diseases rapidly spread across vast territories and with many hundreds of millions of dead (“He will destroy many in a time of peace”). The Zionists will have almost disappeared, but this will not be the same for the Jesuits.

 

It goes without saying that Official Christianity either Roman Catholic or Eastern Roman Orthodox will be persecuted and uprooted as Satanic heresy across the European Empire.

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VII. Jesuit Christianity and its Survival at the times of the European Empire

 

Where will the main center of the Jesuits be located at those days? In the countries toward which their focus has already shifted, but the world’s media -deliberately or due to oversight- ignore this remarkable change.

 

In fact, the brief and straight answer to the original question (as expressed in the second paragraph of this article) is this:

After the end of WW II, the Jesuits have concluded that

a. Europe is definitely rotten

b. Christianity in Europe is irreversibly dead

c. their power in Europe will never ever rise again

d. Europe will be controlled either by Freemasons or Zionists to its end

e. it makes therefore no sense to Jesuits to oppose the Zionist agenda in Europe, since even if they achieve to avert it, their power will not increase, and at the end the Anti-Christian Freemasons will prevail.

f. at the present moment, because of the aforementioned, and despite the Freemasonic interest in setting up an immense empire headquartered somewhere in Central-Northern Europe, it looks like all three major secret societies, Freemasonry, Societas Jesu, and the Zionist Khazarians, want to see the present European structure destroyed – each for different reasons.

 

(((This does not mean that their puppets – Freemason Holland, Zionist Sarkozy, Jesuit Fillon, Jesuits Anthony Blair and Theresa May, Freemasons Gordon Brown & David Cameron, Freemasons Francois Mitterrand, Helmut Kohl, and Jacques Chirac, Jesuit Angela Merkel, and others – want to truly and consciously destroy their homeland, as many people may imagine mistakenly. All the statesmen and politicians, who belong to today’s European political microcosm, believe that they contribute to the improvement of the socioeconomic conditions and to the elimination of the major problems. This is the result a. of the nature of our world, b. of the overwhelming deception that applies across the board and at all levels, and c. of the function of the three secret and hierarchical societies to which all these persons belong. The initiation to another, higher degree always means partly rejection of earlier beliefs, assumptions and understandings; or to put it otherwise, these secret societies’ superior members always keep the lower members misinformed or uninformed.)))

 

g. consequently, the Jesuits – already before many decades – knew that they had to put all their stakes on one (or more) strong, ancient, coherent, yet politically deceived and disoriented nation that had not yet been Christened. You certainly understand immediately that I mean China.

 

Today, in South Korea, all Christian denominations total around 30-35% among the indigenous people. In Japan, a great part of folk Shinto lean to various branches of Christianity. The same occurs in Taiwan where many non-religious people turn to different Christian churches. More importantly, in China, Buddhists total 18%, Christians are around 5%, and the unaffiliated make more than half the population, with many converting to Christianity every day.

 

These countries are the main focus of the Jesuits; they expect a great return to religion and spirituality when an economic collapse will bring despair to the outright majority of the population in all these countries. When bloody conflicts and devastating wars, nightmarish diseases, ominous famines, and unique natural disasters will be hitting the rest of the world, China will rise as the Christian country par excellence.

 

That’s why the Freemasons try to compromise this perspective by deliberately contributing to the worsening of the relations between North Korea and South Korea, and to the degradation of the relations between China and the US, so that if there has to be a limited, ‘contained’ nuclear war, this takes place between China and the US, and not between Russia and the US. That’s why we hear rumors of wars coming from one or the other side of the Eurasiatic landmass.

 

VIII. The demise of the Anti-Christian Roman Empire

 

For this purpose, Jesuits need to ensure:  

1. the advance of the Zionist agenda in the Middle East

 2. the advance of the Zionist and the Freemasonic agendas in Europe

 3. the mutual regression of Russia and America

 4. the successful rise of the European Empire under the Antichrist; in the first part of his rule, they will not oppose / challenge him. They expect the Two Prophets to appear as soon as he has the Third Temple erected, and then they will start opposing him.

 

Jesuits know very well that it is their own task to prepare a Chinese army of 200 million soldiers and turn it against the European Emperor – Antichrist, when he will encircle China and East Asia from all parts. They expect that moment to come with the end of the Two Prophets’ ministry and Jesus’ Second Coming. But this is wrong and, although they play their game at the long-run and they are therefore superior to the rest, they will only cheat themselves. Their end will be even more spectacular.

 

Now, who Jesus will be, how he will first appear, how he will engulf his enemies into their own traps, who will stand by him, who will oppose -and how- the Antichrist, this is another, very vast, topic.

 

However, the idea of just a frontal battle between two persons is really childish and inconsistent with the Christian texts to say the least. By this, I don’t limit the topic to just few false Christs, the Antichrist, the False Prophet, the Two Prophets, and Jesus.

 

There will also be many other persons who will play a very important role. Already the Book of the Revelation (ch. 14) speaks of two different persons: the Lamb and the 144000 virgin soldiers (verses 1-5) and the End times King, someone “like a son of man, with a golden crown on his head”, who will eliminate the sinful and the evil (verses 14-19). Believing that the two persons are one is sheer distortion, and this confusion has been spread by many theologians related to all three aforementioned secret societies.

 

The number of important persons expected to appear at the End of Times is not limited in the aforementioned; in Matthew XII, 41-42, Jesus states that, on Judgment Day, Assyrians (“men of Nineveh“) will come back to engage in battle against “this generation(sheer reference to the evil, Maccabee-origin Pharisees whom he rejected).

 

Further on, Jesus mentions an entire southern (Queen of South) nation that will emerge at the same time to also oppose and fight against “this generation”. This nations’ magistrates will also be key persons of the End times.

 

That is to say, most of today interpreters, irrespective of denomination or religion, try to adjust their holy texts to their desires and wishes, be they theological or political, and in the process they strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.

 

Now, what the Kalergi plan is, why a Freemason envisioned it, what his intentions were, and in what he was managed and maneuvered without his choosing, this is a totally different topic basically spiritual of nature.

 

However, despite ‘his’ false claims, Richard Nikolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi did not originate from the Eastern Roman nobility; neither the Cretan Kallergis family (of which he was an offspring) did. Many Greeks, who moved to Tsarist Russia in the late 18th and early 19th c., were impressed by, and envied, Russian nobility; so, when they returned to their Ottoman-occupied homeland, they brought with them the myth and the falsely risen claims of Eastern Roman Imperial nobility. Now, whether Richard Nikolaus knew that his family’s claims were fake and unsubstantiated or not, this is anyone’s guess. As a matter of fact, Kallergis family members had risen those claims for at least a century, before Richard Nikolaus was born.

 

 

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Note

* Robert Reyvolt in Incendiary Radio w/ Robert Reyvolt – April 2, 2017 Hour 2 http://www.republicbroadcastingarchives.org/incendiary-radio-w-robert-reyvolt-april-2-2017-hour-2/

 

 

 

 

Arab Nation Hoax: Geared to Falsify Islamic History & Ruin Varied Nations disfiguratively Named Arab

Arab Nation Hoax: Geared to Falsify Islamic History & Ruin Varied Nations disfiguratively Named Arab

 

By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

 

In an earlier article (http://www.afroarticles.com/article-dashboard/Article/There-is-no-Kurdish-Nation—it-is-a-Freemasonic-Colonial–Orientalist-Hoax-/259228), I explained the reasons for which there are no Kurds, and that the notion of a Kurdish nation is a Freemasonic Orientalist hoax geared to put under an impossible umbrella many different nations spanning from Anti-Taurus Mountains to Syria, Mesopotamia and the Zagros Mountains.

 

The Hoax of a Kurdish Nation is not however the first of this kind. The first Orientalist hoax was that of the Arabic Nation. This forgery dates back to the late 18th and the 19th centuries and served as an example in the aforementioned article.

 

– By misinterpreting historical processes,

– by concealing historical evidence,

– by disorienting regional academics from having a wide spectrum understanding of their fields,

by diverting them from several related academic fields and disciplines, and – by machinating in a way to mislead regional universities, faculties of humanities, staff members and researchers and ultimately keep them at an academically underdeveloped level and disconnected from one another,

 

… the colonial academia and diplomats make sure that a vast confusion and deception prevail in the minds of targeted nations only to serve as the wrong foundation for further theoretical, intellectual, ideological and political disorientation.

 

I then briefly expanded on the Arab Nation Hoax, before focusing on the identity, the socio-political milieu, attitude and targets of the diverse nations, which for the needs of the Kurdish Nation Hoax became ‘Kurds’.

 

The revelation of the non-Arab identity of the misfortunate nations that have been labeled ‘Arab’ by the Orientalist forgers triggered the interest of several readers, who wrote to me, because they had heard totally different presentations while studying in different universities in the region. To answer their questions and illuminate the topic more extensively, I decided to come up with a summarizing, yet all-encompassing text which, although unable to fully cover the subject, offers a panoramic view of the fundamental historical realities and their existing dimensions and ramifications.

 

I will therefore first re-publish the part of the previous article which concerned the Arab Nation Hoax, then quote the questions included in the mails that I received, and finally expand properly.

 

  1. Who are those who have been fallaciously labeled ‘Arabs’

The Arabic-speaking part of the populations of Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Western Egypt are indeed Berbers, who gradually forgot Berber languages and spoke Arabic exclusively, because they accepted Islam, and consequently made of their religious language their sole language. This was a long process and the Arabization phenomenon was only of linguistic nature – not ethnic, not cultural.

Similarly, Egyptians are not Arabs, but Hamitic Egyptians or ‘Copts’, if you want, who in different eras accepted Islam and gradually abandoned Coptic language. Egypt south of Assiut was still Christian for almost 300 years after Prophet Muhammad died. Today, there is no ethnic difference between Christian and Muslim Egyptians; literarily speaking, the country is inhabited by Christian Copts and Muslim Copts.

 

In the same way, the ethnic origin of today’s Sudanese is Kushitic (Kushites being a branch of the Hamitic nations) or Nilo-Saharan; Sudan’s Kushites are Arabic-speaking natives, because after accepting Islam, they gradually abandoned Christian Sudan’s Makurian and Alodian Kushitic languages, which were later forms of Meroitic. i.e. the pre-Christian Sudan’s language which was written in hieroglyphic and linear characters. Linguistic Arabization is indeed a very recent phenomenon for Sudan’s Kushites, because the Christian state of Makuria lasted until the 14th c. and the Christian state of Alodia collapsed only in the late 16th c. On the other hand, the Nubians in the North and other Nilo-Saharan peoples in other parts of Sudan preserved however their languages down to our times, as Arabic is merely a religious language to them.

More importantly, the Arabic-speaking part of the populations of SE Turkey, Syria, Iraq, SW Iran, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates and the Saudi extreme North are not Arabs but Aramaeans (a Semitic nation) who gradually forgot their own Syriac Aramaic language (a major language of Patristic Literature and an international language across the land routes of trade between the Mediterranean World, East Africa, India, and China) and spoke Arabic because they accepted Islam. Their linguistic Arabization was a gradual phenomenon characterized by the affinity of the two languages (Syriac Aramaic and Arabic) and the similarity of the two writing systems, as Arabic originates from Syriac Aramaic.

Last but not the least, the Yemenites and the Omanis are not Arabs, but indigenous Yemenites and Omanis who, after accepting Islam, gradually abandoned their pre-Islamic languages, namely Sabaean, Hinyarite and Hadhramawti, etc. and spoke Arabic. Two modern Yemenite indigenous languages, notably Mahri and Socotri, are descendants of the Ancient Yemenite languages that were of course categorized as Semitic. Mahri is spoken in Hadhramawt (Mahra) and in North Somalia, whereas Socotri is the only native language in the island of Socotra.

 

The pre-Islamic Yemenite languages are documented with a great number of epigraphic texts dating to back to more than 1300 years before the arrival of Islam; they were written in the indigenous writing that had nothing to do with the pre-Islamic Arabic writing which appears only 300 years before Islam and is provenly a deformation of Syriac Aramaic.

 

  1. Reactions and questions from readers

 

Simply amazing, dear Dr. Shamsaddin!

 

I am astonished with your deep knowledge of the region and its history of ethnic components. But, as far as I know from the History of the Middle East that we have been taught at Al-Bayt University (Jordan), even before the Islamic expansion (al-futuhat al-islamiyya), some Arabic tribes did come out of Arabian Peninsula to live at the Northern parts, such as Palestine and Jordan. Or, at least, after the Islamic expansion, most of the tribes of Adnan (Northern Arabs) or Madar and Qahtan (Southern Arabs from Yemen) moved to Iraq, Sham and Egypt with the armies and settled there. So, that is one of the reasons why the autochthonous populations were Arabized. 

 

The Qahtan tribes or the Yemenites settled mostly in Iraq, and the Madar tribes inhabited mostly Sham (Levant). And even after their Islamization, these tribes carried with them some of the historic enmity that pre-existed between them and which was revived in the wars between Ali and Mua’wiyyah, and later in the wars between the Umayyad dynasty and the Shia (partisans) of Ali and his successors. This is known in the books of literature and history as the hate or enmity between Ahl al-Sham and Ahl al-Iraq.

 

So, I am little bit perplexed hearing that the Arab populations are hoaxes of Orientalist Freemasons. But, of course, I do not exclude that possibility, because that waste region cannot be homogeneous, especially knowing that it has been always a crossroad of different peoples, kingdoms and civilizations throughout history.

 

 

  1. General Outline of the Response

 

Thank you for your commentary, dear friend! Basically, you make four points.

 

You first speak about subjects of Oriental History taught in a Middle Eastern university. This is addressed here:

  1. I. ABOUT UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN ISLAMIC EXPANSION & ISSUES RELATED TO ARABS

 

You subsequently refer to the wider area of SE Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, and SW Iran before, during and in the aftermath of the Islamic Expansion phenomenon, so basically late 6th and 7th centuries CE. This is discussed here:

  1. II. THE PRESCRIBED, HIDDEN NATION: THE ARAMAEANS

 

  1. III. INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS AND INVADING ARMIES IN THE EARLY ISLAMIC EXPANSION

 

  1. IV. ISLAM: THE CULTURAL ARAMAIZATION OF THE ARABS

 

and

 

  1. V. THE EARLY ISLAMIC INVASIONS: FIRST MISREPRESENTED AND DISFORMED BY THE WESTERN ORIENTALISTS, SECOND USED IDEOLOGICALLY & POLITICALLY BY THE COLONIAL GANGSTERS

 

You then mention Ancient Yemen and the Yemenite migrations. This is answered here:

  1. VI. ANCIENT YEMEN AND ANCIENT ARABIA

 

You finally discuss issues pertaining to homogeneity of the wider region. This is commented here:

  1. VII. HOMOGENEITY vs. HETEROGENEITY IN THE MIDDLE EAST

 

What follows is the main part of my response as per the above structure. Bear in mind, if you please, that this is merely a synopsis.

 

 

  1. The Dimensions of Early Islamic History Falsification by Western Orientalist Academia and the False Concept of Arabization (proper response to readers’ questions)

 

  1. I. ABOUT UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN ISLAMIC EXPANSION & ISSUES RELATED TO ARABS

 

You say “we have been taught at Al-Bayt University (Jordan), even before the Islamic expansion (al-futuhat al-islamiyya), some Arabic tribes “.

 

Within the context of modern academic disciplines, to give an example, there is ‘History of Ancient Egypt’, and there is ‘History of Egyptology’!

 

The history of the modern academic disciplines per se is an important field to also study, if one desires really in-depth understanding. Several stages of knowledge acquisition and synthesis have passed ever since Champollion deciphered Egyptian Hieroglyphics and Rawlinson decoded Assyrian-Babylonian cuneiform. Many mistakes have been corrected in the process; and many alterations have been added! Such fields as History of Assyriology, History of Iranology, History of Indology, History of Islamology, etc. reveal a tremendous amount of insightful as regards how we came to conclude what he have drawn until now as conclusion in each of the aforementioned fields.

 

With the colonial presence active and destructive on Ottoman soil under many different forms, one can easily understand that the Western Orientalism did not reflect a genuine interest for discovery of the past and exploration but soon turned out to be a multi-layered tool against the past, the present and the future of the Orient. In a way, it was a real robbery of the Oriental past, and by this I don’t mean the criminal, illegal and only provisory transportation of Oriental Antiquities in Western museums, libraries, institutes, research centers, universities, palaces, public places, auction houses, and ultimately privately homes. The worst robbery occurred at the theoretical, academic, intellectual, educational and cultural level. The collection of a sizable material record of Oriental Antiquities and its study and interpretation turned soon out to be not a true reflection of the historical past but a false projection of Western concepts, ideas and theories into the past under study. The new academic disciplines of Orientalism, instead of properly and effectively rectify the earlier acquired material record of ‘Classical’ (the term is false) Greco-Roman Antiquities, were only adjusted to it to help it expand.

 

The ensued ‘systematized falsehood’ was not only diffused among the Western countries (due to the phenomenon of academic competition in an era of acute nationalisms) but also enforced in the colonial academic and educational institutions that emerged – with the deep involvement of the colonial Orientalist academia – in all these fake countries. But, by accepting the Western ‘systematized falsehood’, the modern Oriental students and scholars (who were formed under supervision of the Western Orientalists) only gravely undermined the importance of their countries’ past, severely minimized the value of their past in their nation-building process, and finally contributed to the formation of fake modern Oriental nations that are detached from their past and left without a diachronic cultural identity.

 

Here, it is good to remember the French expression ‘bon pour l’ Orient’ (lit. ‘good for the Orient’) which implied that the product under discussion was not to be consumed or used in the Occident (by Westerners – due to its lower quality specifications)! All colonial academic institutions that were setup by Western academia on the soil of Ottoman provinces and in other Oriental lands were not proper copies of the Western universities and did not diffuse the same quality and depth of knowledge. Their Orientalist masters allowed these institutions to teach / diffuse in the Orient only the portion of their knowledge that would not make the Oriental academic institutions able to rival with their own Occidental establishments. Above all, these colonial academic-educational institutions were guided by their Orientalist masters to diffuse academic knowledge altered in a way that it would not be easy for the Oriental students (Algerian, Egyptian, Lebanese, Sudanese, Yemenite, Iraqi, Iranian, Pakistani, Indian, etc.) to realize that the Western ‘systematized falsehood’ – deliberately, viciously, and against all declared Western academic values – diminished the value of the Orient and the achievements of the Oriental civilizations in order to subordinate them to the Western historiography (the values of which – quite contrarily – were extremely maximized to appear as global).

 

Several scholars like Edward Said criticized Orientalism, whereas others like Martin Bernal (in his monumental ‘Black Athena’) attacked the Western ‘systematized falsehood’ at its very epicenter, demonstrating that the ‘Classical’ civilization was subordinated to the Oriental civilizations. But to no avail!

 

In the universities of Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, all the staff members keep promoting – pathetically, idiotically and self-disastrously – the colonial ‘systematized falsehood’ that prevents them from really assessing the greatness of the Orient in its correct dimensions, from truly evaluating the historical truth and continuity of the Orient, and from detecting the detrimental harm that the Western system, which they studied (either in Paris or in Madinah), has done to their own countries, their nation-building process, and their historical heritage.

 

However, the issue is far wider and permeates all disciplines of Humanities.

 

In fact, behind Pan-Arabism (a false theory the beginning of which is retraced back to Jurji Zeydan and his Nahda movement) is hidden the (exported to the respective lands of the Orient) version ‘bon pour l’ Orient’ of the Western discipline of Arabology. But the origin of the Arabic studies in Western universities goes back to the 18th c.! The Western ‘systematized falsehood’ took more than a century to produce Pan-Arabism.

 

One can expand up to writing books and books, but here suffice it to say that the ‘systematized falsehood’ is a perplex and multileveled affair. It does not only involve inaccuracies within one specific specialization field, but it also entails a severe detachment of each specialization field from other related fields. It goes up to the level of …. prohibition of an entire academic discipline! Once, I published an article – plead for a forbidden science: Aramaeology.

 

Because, to come closer to the subject under discussion, if a student wants to focus on the early Islamic expansion, while studying Arabic language and literature and History of Early Islam, s/he has also to take compulsory courses on

  1. a) Aramaeans in the Eastern Roman Empire and in the Sassanid Iranian Empire,
  2. b) Political History of the Eastern Roman Empire,
  3. c) Political History of the Sassanid Iranian Empire,
  4. d) Political History of Pre-Islamic Yemen,
  5. e) Copts in the Eastern Roman Empire,
  6. f) Ancient Yemenite language and literature (which is fallaciously called ‘South-Arabian’, a ridiculous term coined by the masters of the ‘systematized falsehood’),
  7. g) Syriac {do not confuse the Christian Aramaic language that is called ‘Syriac’ with the modern adjective ‘Syrian’ which is used in relation with the modern fake state of Syria} Aramaic language and literature,
  8. h) Christian Kingdoms in Sudan,
  9. i) History of theological disputes in the Eastern Roman Empires,
  10. j) Religions in Pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia,
  11. k) History of Northern – Northwestern Africa form Carthage to the Islamic Arrival.

 

The aforementioned are 11 (eleven) courses in total that should be compulsory for a syllabus of 28 courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts in History of Early Islam.

 

Certainly, the above eleven courses are not offered in the respective faculties of the regional universities from Morocco to Uzbekistan to Indonesia! Why? Because all the universities – be they state, private or religious – in the wider region of Islam are mere colonial products and therefore not one among their staff members commands a comprehensive knowledge covering all aspects related to the History of Early Islam. Consequently, no one can put the correct syllabus down on a piece of paper.

 

  1. II. THE PRESCRIBED, HIDDEN NATION: THE ARAMAEANS

 

In this subject, the support offered to the Arabization fallacy is epitomized in the following words: “some Arabic tribes did come out of Arabian Peninsula to live at the Northern parts, such as Palestine and Jordan. Or, at least, after the Islamic expansion, most of the tribes of Adnan (Northern Arabs) or Madar and Qahtan (Southern Arabs from Yemen) moved to Iraq, Sham and Egypt with the armies and settled there. So, that is one of the reasons why the autochthonous populations were Arabized. 

 

 

Here, reading these few lines, one gets the impression that, in the middle of the 7th century, Mesopotamia (there was no ‘Iraq’ by that time – in fact, this was a new name just brought to use by the invading armies), Syria-Palestine, and Egypt were almost … uninhabited!

 

Also, the aforementioned lands are wrongly divided in the above manner. In fact, these lands did not belong to independent countries; at the times of Prophet Muhammad’s early life, they were parts of the Eastern Roman Empire and the Sassanid Iranian Empire. But the local populations were basically Aramaeans (in the Asiatic part of the territories referred to) and Egyptians – Copts (in Egypt). Because of the constant Roman – Iranian wars, the borderlines between Syria and Mesopotamia used to change almost every year, but the local population was always Aramaean.

 

The Aramaeans spread first from the desert to the neighboring lands of the Fertile Crescent around 1100 BCE and, after they were organized in several small kingdoms for many centuries, they were successively ruled (at times partly and at times entirely) by the Sargonid Assyrian, Nabonid Babylonian, Achaemenid Iranian, Macedonian, Seleucid Syrian, Arsacid Parthian, Roman, Sassanid Iranian and Eastern Roman Empires. In few cases, there were some relatively small, independent Aramaean states in the Late Antiquity (539 BCE – 622 CE, i.e. the period going from the rise of Achaemenid Iran to the rise of Islam), such as Urhoy, Hatra, Palmyra, Adiabene and Rekem/Petra.

 

Centuries before the arrival of Islam, the Babylonians, the Phoenicians, the Philistines/Palestinians, and the Jews had been progressively assimilated among the more numerous Aramaeans. For most of the cases, Euphrates (Furat) river was the border between the Romans/Eastern Romans and the Sassanid Empire of Iran, so we are rather on the safe side, if we generalize saying that regularly Syria – Palestine was Eastern Roman (the term ‘Byzantine’ is another fallacy diffused by the promoters of the ‘systematized falsehood’) and Mesopotamia was Iranian.

 

In the eve of the early expansion of Islam, very sizable cities existed in the territories mentioned. Among the greatest cities of Eastern Roman Syria and Palestine, we count the following:

 

Antioch (Antakya in Turkey’s province of Hatay) – the main rival of Alexandria (although Antioch was in the inland)

 

After having been the capital city (323-64 BCE) of the vast Seleucid Empire (that stretched from Central Turkey to India and, following the formation of Arsacid Iran at 250 BCE, only from Central Turkey to the Persian Gulf – always including Syria and Palestine) that was the main rival of the Egyptian state of the Ptolemies for about 250 years, Antioch became a major city – patriarchate of Eastern Christianity.

 

This means that Antioch was as big and as important as only Constantinople, Rome and Alexandria within the entire Roman Empire, Eastern and Western.

 

However, more importantly, Antioch and Alexandria represented the two strongest and opposite to one another theological schools of Christian Theology. More on the subject:

http://www.monachos.net/library/index.php/patristics/themes/244-two-schools-alexandria-and-antioch

http://gbgm-umc.org/umw/bible/cei.stm

 

To better visualize the School of Antioch – School of Alexandria antithesis, it is quite advisable to compare it with the four schools of jurisprudence (madh’hab of fiqh) in Sunni Islam, namely those of Al Shaffi’i, Abu Hanifa, Malik bin Anas, and Ibn Hanbal. But there was bitter theological rivalry between the two Christian cities, and it was due to even greater differences at the underlying level of thought structure & systematization, and logic & logic philosophy.

 

Why does one need to expand to all this? Because the historical falsification as per which the aforementioned areas were arabized imposes any objective researcher and scholar to duly contextualize the event of the early Islamic expansion. To fully demonstrate that the term ‘arabization’ constitutes the epitome of colonial falsehood, one has to place the early Islamic invasions (and the ensuing settlement of certain populations in the areas under discussion) within the correct context. However, any historical event exists only within a context and without it, it is void and null.

 

At the times of Prophet Muhammad, the population of only one city, namely Antioch, was much larger than the entire population of all the Arabs together (anything between double and triple). Yet, the Arabs were then inhabiting a sizable area, notably the mountains of Hedjaz (the Western part of the Peninsula between Yemen and the Gulf of Aqaba) and the desert (the central part of the peninsula).

 

The same is also valid for Alexandria in Egypt, and for Tesifun (Ctesiphon) in Sassanid Mesopotamia (south of today’s Baghdad), which was at the time one of the two major Iranian capitals (Iran had always many capitals at the same time) along with Istakhr, which was located beyond the Zagros Mountains in Fars (near today’s Shiraz).

 

Beyond Antioch, there were many other sizeable cities in early 7th c. CE Syria – Palestine:

 

Edessa of Osroene or Urhay (today Urfa in SE Turkey), which had earlier been the capital of the Christian Aramaean Kingdom of Osroene (132 BCE to 214 CE) and then excelled as one of the most important cities-centers of Christianity worldwide

 

Harran (or Carrhae)

 

Beroea (today’s Aleppo – Haleb in Syria)

 

Apamea (near Hama in Syria) – former treasure city of the Seleucids and an important Christian center

 

Emessa (Homs in Syria)

 

Tadmor / Palmyra – one of the wealthiest and most sizable Aramaean states that was also one of the most important trade centers of the ancient world as it was located on geostrategic position in the land trade routes between the Mediterranean world, Iran, India, Egypt, Central Asia, and China

 

Laodicea (Latakiyeh in Syria)

 

Damascus

 

Bostra (today’s Bosra in Southern Syria close to the Jordanian border)

 

Tyr (major Phoenician city of the coast)

 

Sidon (major Phoenician city of the coast)

 

Byblos (major Phoenician city of the coast)

 

Beirut

 

Heliopolis (Baalbek in today’s Lebanon)

 

Caesarea of Palestine (known as Caesarea Maritima – south of Haifa on the coast) – a major Christian center

 

Jaffa / Joppa – a major coastal city and an important religious – literary center for both, Christianity and Judaism

 

Jerusalem

 

Samaria (today’s Nablous) – the old capital of the ancient state of Israel that consisted of the ten tribes of the Hebrews, whereas the state of Judah regrouped the other two tribes. The local population was Chaldaean Aramaean and constituted the earliest Aramaean settlement in Palestine, as they were transferred from Southern Mesopotamia by Sargon Emperor of Assyria immediately after he invaded the Israelite capital and transported the entire population of Israel to the NE confines of the Assyrian Empire (722 BCE).

 

Tiberias (Tabariyyah – on the coast of the homonymous lake in NE Palestine)

 

Philadelphia – Decapolis (Amman in Jordan)

 

Here, we cannot mention either Rekem – Petra (capital of the Aramaean Nabataean kingdom / 168 BCE – 106 CE) or Hegra – Mada’in Saleh (second capital of the Nabataean kingdom) because they both were progressively abandoned after the collapse of the local Aramaean kingdom.

 

The above list is not exhaustive. Smaller cities like Jerash in Jordan or Apollonia of Palestine are not included. To establish a complete topographical list of the local towns, villages and hamlets, one would include thousands of inhabited places.

 

The total population of Eastern Roman Syria – Palestine must have been around 5-6 million people in the early 7th c. CE. At those days, the Eastern Roman Empire, according all serious approximations, totaled 20 to 25 million people living in today’s South Balkans, Turkey, Syria-Palestine, Egypt and North Africa.

 

The same concerns Mesopotamia in its totality – either totally controlled by the Sassanid Iranian Empire or shared at times between the Iranians and the Eastern Romans. There were many densely populated cities except the vast capital, Tesifun (Ctesiphon). It is rather safe to claim that Mesopotamia was more populous than Syria – Palestine, as this had always been the case. The Sassanid Empire totaled a population larger than that of the Eastern Roman Empire as it also controlled Central Asia and the North of India; it was however less centralized. According to some estimates, in the early 7th c. CE, the Sassanid Empire totaled 25 to 30 million people.

 

  1. III. INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS AND INVADING ARMIES IN THE EARLY ISLAMIC EXPANSION

 

In face of the above mentioned, the inhabitants of Arabia in the early 7th c. CE did not total more than two to three hundred thousand (200000-300000) people. We know this as we know the approximate population of the cities where Prophet Muhammad lived or moved to, and the number of fighters who were engaged in battles that took place in order to prevent Prophet Muhammad’s rise of influence.

 

In any case, key Greek and Roman historical records dating back to the 1st and the 2nd centuries of the Christian era provide us with significant details as regards Arabia, and the documentation we get from them is quite sufficient for estimations, considerations and comparisons. Texts like the Periplus of the Red Sea (composed by an Alexandrian Egyptian merchant and captain around 70 CE) and the Geography of the Egyptian Alexandrian scholar Ptolemy (around the middle of the 2nd c. CE) are in this case as valuable as the geographical references to the area made by the great Roman scholar Pliny the Elder in his Natural History (Historia Naturalis).

 

It is to be always kept in mind that for several centuries the Roman Empire controlled a vast part of today’s Saudi Arabian territory (its NW corner) and more particularly the city – harbor of Leyke Kome (‘White Town’) which is identified with modern Umm Lajj on the coastland – although identification with al Wajh would be more conservative. Similarly, we know very well that Sassanid Iran occupied the entire coastland of the peninsula in the Persian Gulf (i.e. the coastlands of the modern states of Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Emirates and Oman) where the indigenous population was Aramaean.

 

On the other hand, we have also to keep in mind that Najran belonged to Yemen and was inhabited by Yemenites, who are not Arabs, and the same concerns the Omanis. Only the desert and the central part of Hedjaz were inhabited by Arabs in pre-Islamic times. Makah at the times of Prophet Muhammad was an unimportant village of 5-6000 (five to six thousand) people. Yathrib (later known as Madinah) was one of the few big cities of the Arabs or even the biggest, but it still could not even be compared to one of the aforementioned big cities of Syria, Palestine or Mesopotamia. Sargonid Assyrian and Nabonid Babylonian control was extended over Yathrib which is first known thanks to Mesopotamian cuneiform literature more than 1200-1300 years before the emergence of Islam. Named Yathribu, the then small and peripheral city was the location of the summer palaces of the Nabonid kings, probably because of the prevailing weather conditions and the mild summers.

 

At this point, it is easy to recapitulate. The pre-Islamic migrations of Arabian Peninsula tribes to Syria and Mesopotamia (Eastern Roman Empire and Sassanid Iranian Empire) are rather a matter of legend and not a proper historical record. Although it is certain that they happened, they were rather migrations of reigning families, which is very common across History; they were indeed accepted and welcomed locally by indigenous populations oppressed by foreign occupation soldiers, as the Aramaeans were heavily taxed and persecuted by the Eastern Roman and the Sassanid Iranian administrations.

 

The emigrated populations do not therefore represent but a small number of fighters and their families, and this means in every case only a few thousands of people (3000 – 5000) at the most. But even if we accept the hypothesis of the emigration of an entire tribe, again the number cannot be higher than 15000 or 20000 people, which is a tremendously high number of people moving, but still of minor importance for the millions of indigenous settled populations, namely the inhabitants of Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine and Egypt. The settlement of immigrated populations may perhaps acquire some importance at the strictly local level, e.g. the area where they exactly settled. But again, in this case, it is crystal clear that the immigrated tribes were sooner or later assimilated to the settled populations that they encountered in their final area of settlement.

 

However, any tribe originating from Ancient Yemen was not Arabic but Yemenite tribe, so quite different; this will be discussed later in this article.

 

It is however true that, after the Islamic invasions, many soldiers settled in diverse places, and mainly in the area of the first capitals of the Caliphate, namely Syria (Damascus) and Mesopotamia (Baghdad), if not for any other reasons only to ensure the new Islamic state’s administration and defense.

 

But who and how many were all the soldiers of the early Islamic armies – and when?

 

Only correctly formulated questions can lead to correct conclusions. And to properly approach and understand the subject of the early Islamic armies, we need to answer the above, tripartite question. Why? Because a great part of the existing confusion / misperception of the event hinges on exactly this point: not all the details concerning the soldiers of the early Islamic armies were properly studied and taken into account, when the verdict was announced in favor of the arabization.

 

Many view indeed the event of the early Islamic invasions as a one-moment monolith. That’s pretty absurd or deliberately / suspiciously wrong. A historical event that spans over 20 years, from the 630s to the 650s (to limit it to its main part), represents the historical evolution of an entire generation. In other words, it is not an event anymore, but rather a historical process.

 

This automatically means that the ethnic (racial) composition of the early Islamic armies changed progressively from 633-4 to 640, to 645, to 650. As one victory succeeded another from 633 to 711, a certain number of indigenous people in Palestine, Mesopotamia, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Anatolia, Caucasus, Central Asia, North Africa, India and in the Iberian peninsula adhered to Islam, and started participating in the next stage of the expansion.

 

What follows is a brief presentation of how and why this happened in a way that is still concealed from most!

 

After the Arabs accepted the Prophet Muhammad’s calling, Ali preached in Yemen’s (then new) capital Sanaa in 630, two years before the Prophet died, and all the Yemenites and the Omanis accepted Islam peacefully. As Yemen and Oman were provinces of Iran, it is very remarkable that even the Iranian chief administrator accepted Ali’s preaching. Yemen had a much larger population than Arabia itself, as ancient records clearly evidence; texts like the Periplus of the Red Sea, Ptolemy’s Geography, Cosmas Indicopleustes’ Christian Topography (written only 20 or 30 years before Prophet Muhammad’s birth), and the much hated by the biased Freemasonic Orientalist scholarship text ‘Laws on the Homerites’, i.e. the legislation of the Ancient Yemenite state of Himyar by Saint Gregentios, Archbishop of Taphar (dating in the 1st half of the 6th c. CE) include extensive and valuable information in support of the aforementioned estimates of population.

 

This means that at, until the death of Prophet Muhammad, Ali had already brought to Islam more people than Prophet Muhammad himself! At those days, the entire population of Yemen may have totaled 1 to 1.5 million people, thus outnumbering the Arabs by 5:1 to 7:1. The fact that Yemenites are totally dissociated from Arabs ethnically, linguistically and culturally will be discussed later.

 

The normal consequence of the above reality is that, when the wars started between the Islamic Caliphate on one side and the Eastern Roman and the Sassanid Iranian Empires on the other, the very early Islamic armies (633-639) consisted of Arabs, Yemenites, Omanis, and few Persian and Roman new converts and proselytes (the likes of Salman al Farsi, etc.). Following the acceptance of Islam by non Arabs, Yemenites and others, it was very common for Arabs to give Arabic names or nicknames to the new converts and proselytes (thus, for example, Salman al Farsi was also called ‘Abu Abdullah’), but this did not make of them Arabs – in anything.

 

However, at a later stage, when the Islamic armies fought at Nahavand (in the Zagros Mountains that separate today’s Iraq from Iran) and besieged Alexandria in Egypt (642), the combat forces were made of Arabs, Yemenites, Omanis, and Aramaeans from Syria, Palestine and Mesopotamia – areas that had just been invaded few years ago, during the period 633-639. In just 5 years after Islam went out of the peninsula, a very remarkable part of the Islamic armies (1/4 to 1/3 by modest estimates) was composed of soldiers who were not native Arabic speakers.

 

Subsequently, in the later stage of the Islamic expansion (650-711), Persian soldiers may have fought in Spain, and Egyptian soldiers may have fought in Northern India. So, Arabs became progressively a minority in the Islamic armies. At that level, the personal names of the soldiers mean absolutely nothing, because to Copts, Aramaeans, Persians, Berbers and others, adhesion to Islam meant immediate acquisition of Islamic personal names in Arabic.

 

We know from crosschecked sources that even in the critical middle stage of the Islamic expansion (640-650), the Islamic armies were not numerous (ex. 30000 soldiers in the battle of Nahavand). Even if we suppose that all of them were Arabs (and we know that they were not), that all of them settled in only one of the newly invaded lands, for instance Syria (and we know that they did not limit themselves in only one), again we have to admit that their numbers were so minimal that they were finally assimilated among the indigenous populations, i.e the Aramaeans or the Copts, the Berbers and others.

 

  1. IV. ISLAM: THE CULTURAL ARAMAIZATION OF THE ARABS

 

As regards the Arabization falsehood, there may be two more points to discuss, e.g. linguistic arabization and cultural arabization. Academia and intellectuals supporting the Orientalist hoax often refer to these points that are however null.

 

Linguistic arabization does not mean or imply anything; within few generations and quite recently, African Americans became English native speakers in the US, and they forgot their past native languages that they were still speaking when they forst set foot on American soil. However, they did not become Indo-Europeans, or to put it more specifically Anglo-Saxons, as regards their ethnic origin. Neither can one ascribe them to the average English or White American culture.

 

To some extent, the arabization hoax survived for so long, only to confuse everyone and have political ramifications of calamitous character (Pan-Arabism, Arab Nationalism, etc.), because there was something important missing in the syllabuses of departments specializing on History of the Islamic World.

 

As a matter of fact, it is very wrong to study Early History of Islam as only Political History or History of Religion – and this is what happened until now either in the West or in the fake states that were formed after the dissolution of the major powers of the Islamic World, i.e. the Ottoman Empire, Safavid Iran, and Mughal India. In fact, the most important dimension of the Early History of Islam, which remains highly disregarded and unstudied, lies within the field of History of Civilizations (and Cultures) – a far wider field whereby every religion is widely contextualized and highly parameterized.

 

Actually, if we intend to study the diverse acculturation phenomena that took place in the 7th c. CE onwards due to the preaching of Islam by Prophet Muhammad, we have to focus primarily not on the Aramaeans and the Yemenites, but on the Arabs. In critical terms of Cultural Studies that have to apply in this case, the Arabs by accepting Islam, were profoundly, drastically and irrevocably aramaeanized and fully acculturated among the Christian Aramaeans. Islam viewed (not within the narrow context of religion but) as Culture was the most complete rejection of the earlier Arabic culture, legends, narratives, cults, beliefs, attitudes and – generally speaking – behavioral system. Aramaean culture, legends and narratives, as evoked by the new religion, replaced Arab culture following the preaching of Prophet Muhammad.

 

It is only because of the biased, anti-Islamic attitude of the West that scholars and researchers specializing in Early History of Islam did not notice that, before and after Hijra, the opponents and enemies of Prophet Muhammad did not reject a new religion (because Islam had not yet been fully articulated) but disparate religious ideas and concepts (those preached by one of their compatriots who was neither a local magistrate nor a priest of an already known religion) that – all – constituted the foremost rejection of what had been known among as Arab culture. In fact, they reacted and opposed his teachings because what he evangelized was alien to their nomad Arab culture and drastically opposed their behavioral system to which they wanted to stick.

 

Ages old, anti-Islamic hatred and hidden political motivations against the entire Islamic World were the reasons for which 18th and 19th c. Orientalists and Islamologists deliberately left vast fields of research and exploration unexploited and unstudied, because it was crystal clear to them that the end result would not correspond at all to their prefixed ideas and pre-arranged conclusions. As it happened, 20th c. Islamologists continued advancing on the footsteps of their predecessors and in the process a wide area of academic exploration remained terra incognita.

 

To put it correctly, at the times of Hijra (622 CE), Islam was actually a ‘new’ religion only to Arabs – not to Aramaeans! Almost all the subjects discussed within the Quran and the Hadith at the times of Prophet Muhammad were known to Aramaeans (either exactly as preached or slightly different), but not to Arabs. By this, I don’t mean that the verses of the Quran were already known in the very form in which they were uttered, but that the underlying concepts, stories, and narratives, as well as the ensuing mindsets, mentalities, attitudes and behaviors preexisted.

 

In this regard, there are plenty of examples. The entire cosmology of Islam, the narratives about the Creation, the expulsion from the original Paradise, the deviance of the early mankind, the morals of the Sodom and Gomorrah people (as reprimanded and castigated by God in the story of Lot / ch. 26, 160-171), and the Flood (involving Prophet Noah – Nuh), the stories about the Pharaoh, Moses (Musa) and the Exodus, about Jonah, and the moral concepts and values that they represent, the rejection of the Christian theory about Jesus’ divinity (which had already been rejected by the great Christian theologian and Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Nestorius 130 years before Prophet Muhammad was born), a great number of religious practices involving prayer, prostration, fasting, etc., the ensuing ethics and morals, attitudinal and behavioral systems preexisted among Aramaeans.

 

Particularly, the Nestorian Aramaeans’ values, behaviors, knowledge, science and esthetics heralded in a way Prophet Muhammad and, after the diffusion of Islam beyond the peninsula, took the central part and played the main role in the rise of the Islamic Civilization. Arabic writing is in fact a later deformation of the Syriac Aramaic writing. For this reason, early Islam did not appear to the Christians of the times of Prophet Muhammad as another, distinct, religion but rather a new form of heresy or a radical reassertion and rehabilitation of Nestorianism.

 

The implantation of Aramaean culture among Arabs through Islam and the early acculturation of the Arabs among the Aramaeans were the main reasons for which the populations of Syria, Palestine and Mesopotamia were immediately favorable to the Islamic armies and did not support the defense of the country to which they belonged – either Eastern Roman Empire or Sassanid Iranian Empire.

 

  1. V. THE EARLY ISLAMIC INVASIONS: FIRST MISREPRESENTED AND DISFORMED BY THE WESTERN ORIENTALISTS, SECOND USED IDEOLOGICALLY & POLITICALLY BY THE COLONIAL GANGSTERS

 

The aforementioned reality has been concealed at a global academic – educational – intellectual level, because it severely harms the ‘systematized falsehood’ that Western academia wanted to impose and did actually impose worldwide as regards the early Islamic expansion.

 

At this point, one must take into consideration that the imposition of the ‘systematized falsehood’ did not occur only in Western universities and in the derivative establishments setup in colonized countries but also within the so-called Islamic universities (the likes of Al Azhar and Madinah universities) whereby misleading, constrained and trimmed, de-contextualizing syllabuses exist only to obscure students and perpetuate the prevailing ignorance of the real History of Islam among Muslim academics.

 

As per the promoted and imposed Western ‘systematized falsehood’, the Islamic expansion phenomenon is called ‘Muslim / Islamic invasions’ or rather ‘Islamic / Muslim conquests’ (the last option is the title of the Wikipedia entry), and it is depicted as involving extensive bloodshed, fierce battles, and cruel attitudes that were supposedly imposed on an otherwise peaceful Christian Mediterranean world by some barbarians. In other words, Islam is depicted an external threat and an impending danger, whereas quite contrarily all the constituent elements of the Islam can be found on Eastern Roman territory.

 

In this regard, it is useful to add that Oriental Christianity has also been deliberately kept unknown to all Western Christian schoolchildren and students (with the exception of the very few researchers who begin their specialization in this topic only in their postgraduate studies). It is definitely paranoid for a Western schoolchild and student to be given through their general education more info about India, Buddhism, and China than about Constantinipolitan Orthodoxy, Coptic and Syriac Monophysitism, East Aramaean Nestorianism, and Oriental Christianity.

 

This hiatus is deliberate and serves the Western academics, who are the promoters of the ‘systematized falsehood’, to firmly dissociate and disentangle Islam from the Christian world. This viciously contradicts all the historical evidence. It is therefore not just a lie, but a criminal falsehood geared to be a time capsule for repetitive use any time the Freemasonic political establishment of the corrupt West intends to tarnish and demonize Islam.

 

And the aforementioned analysis of the fact that the Orient was never arabized but, quite contrarily, the Arabs have been aramaeanized through Islam clearly demonstrates that the Western negative portrait of the early Islamic expansion is totally false. Islam as Culture and Civilization was developed under determinant Aramaean impact and was never an external factor to Christians. Even more importantly, the most original Christians of the early 7th c. CE and those, who had more direct and correct info about the preaching of Prophet Muhammad, did not hesitate to either adhere to Islam or remain Christian and reject the Eastern Roman rule. This is of colossal importance because, in full rejection of the Freemasonic Orientalist colonial evilness and lies, it means that for the true Christians, the Islamic rule, administration and ‘political power’ (being wrong the term is used only conventionally here) is definitely preferable to the devious and evil Roman or Western control.

 

In addition to the above, the assumption of ‘a pre-Islamic peaceful Christian world which was interrupted by Islam’s conquering armies’ contradicts all historical sources, being viciously false, heinous and criminal because of its implications. Before the arrival of Islam, the Perso-Roman wars were not the only conflict in the wider region. Within the Roman Empire, many theological disputes ended in ceaseless conflicts and bloodshed. The rise of Arianism against official Roman Christianity in the 4th c. CE resulted in endless wars, fights, cruel oppression, and hundreds of thousands of dead. Donatism, considered as another heresy, turned North Africa to a permanent battlefield and to a land of oppression in the 4th and the 5th centuries.

 

Starting already in the 2nd and the 3rd c. CE, Marcionism and Docetism were considered as heretic theological schools and therefore persecuted. However, they survived across many centuries only to give birth to other theological schools which, under strong Gnostic impact, contrasted with Roman and Constantinopolitan Christianity, leaving even significant traces within Islam.

 

The prominent position offered to Jesus by Mani in his new religion (Manichaeism – Manawiyah in Arabic), which was preached in Ctesiphon (the Iranian capital at Mesopotamia) 400 years before Prophet Muhammad, confused Christianity while offering the newly risen Sassanid dynasty an excellent tool to attract Christian populations to a religion that incorporated elements of Gnosticisms, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism. Manichaeism had an extraordinary expansion, without war, through trade and ideological mobilization, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Despite the great impact that Manichaeism had across the Roman Empire, it was bloodily persecuted, and the same occurred later in Iran as well, when Mazdeism (a reinstatement of the Zoroastrian orthodoxy) prevailed among the Sassanids. Persecuted Manichaean communities from NW Africa, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Iran, Central Asia, and China left a voluminous material record without which it is absolutely impossible to assess the History of the Orient and therefore the History of the Islamic Caliphates. Even at its greatest expansion, Islam did not cover an area as large as that where Manicheans were dispersed worldwide – although they seldom controlled the administration of a country.

 

The two strongest theological opponents of Official Christianity managed finally to control the patriarchates of Antioch and Alexandria in the 5th c. CE. Monophysitism is today the original form of Christianity accepted by the Copts, the Western Aramaeans (in Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan), the Armenians, the Georgians, and the Abyssinians. Monophysitism is actually a derogatory term given to Monophysites by their Roman and Constantinopolitan opponents; whenever mentioned across this text, it is used conventionally. The correct term would be Henophysitism; as theological system, it was the theoretical ‘child’ of the School of Alexandria. Following the rejection of the majority decision at the Council of Chalcedon (451) by the Monophysites, the schism became definite between the patriarchates of Rome and Constantinople on one side and those of the East on the other. Subsequently, Eastern Roman soldiers carried out plans of terrible persecution against the local populations. In few words, Monophysitism rejects the official Christian dogma that Jesus as Christ (Messiah) had two natures, i.e. divine and human, and stipulates that Jesus had only one. divine and human, nature.

 

On the other hand, Nestorianism was the theoretical ‘child’ of the School of Antioch and was rejected in both, the Council of Ephesus (431) and the Council of Chalcedon. Eastern Aramaeans accepted Nestorianism overwhelmingly and Iranian Christians adhered to the dogma of Nestorius in their totality. Nestorius launched the Great Church of the Orient outside Roman territory and in the beginning many Nestorian Aramaeans moved from Eastern Roman Syria to Sassanid Iranian Mesopotamia. The result was that after the middle of the 5th c. CE (so, only 130 years before Prophet Muhammad’s birth), all the populations of the Eastern Roman Empire east of today’s Central Turkey rejected flatly the official religion of Constantinople. Nestorianism spread across Iran to Northern India, Central Asia, and China leaving evidence for more than 1000 years after Nestorius, who is also believed to be a Saint by the Christians of Malabar in Southwestern India. At the antipodes of Monophysitism, Nestorianism makes clear that Jesus had only a human nature, being thus far closer to Islam than any other system of faith.

 

The fight of the terms took the forefront place of the polarization with the Nestorians introducing for Virgin Mary the term ‘Christotokos’ (Mother of the Christ) in flat rejection of the official Constantinopolitan term ‘Theotokos’ (Mother of God). Anti-Eastern Christian persecutions in the Eastern Roman Empire and the Sassanid Iranian Empire were as severe as the incessant wars between the two strongest states of the then known world.

 

All these perplex, multifaceted and endless strives came to an end and different religions and denominations coexisted peacefully within the early Islamic caliphates (the Umayyad and the Abbasid dynasties). The rise of the Islamic Caliphates was a most beneficial event not only for those among the Aramaeans, the Persians, the Copts and the Berbers who accepted the new faith but also – and this is far more important – for those who preferred to remain Monophysitic Christian, Nestorian Christian, Manichaean and other and live under Islamic Rashidun (and later Umayyad and Abbasid) Caliphate rule rather than Eastern Roman tutelage or Sassanid Iranian scepter. This is clearly evidenced by texts like the Ta’rikh Batarikat al-Kanisah al-Misriyah by Severus ibn al-Mukaffa, Coptic bishop and historian, or the Chronicle of John of Nikiû.

 

And this is exactly what the ‘systematized falsehood’ of the West does not want known to anybody about Islam. Even centuries after the Islamic expansion, the Oriental Christians preferred to live safely, securely, productively and peacefully under the Islamic Caliphate’s administration rather than to be exposed to the heavy taxation, persecution and cruelty of Constantinople or Rome. This is not strange at all. Anti-Islamism did not exist among the Christians of the early Islamic times; the wars fought were only due to the fact that the Constantinopolitan imperial power did not fully and irrevocably accept the permanent loss of their Oriental provinces.

 

Only much later, Anti-Islamism became an influential political attitude in Western Europe; this happened only after the Pope of Rome, due to his military ineptitude, economic weakness, and political fragility was placed under Frankish political tutelage. The rise of the barbarian Frankish kingdom and the prevalence of Franks in Rome (800 CE) led to the First Great Schism (867 CE) between Constantinople and Rome, which was another Frankish trickery carried out in order to fully place Rome under Frankish control and offer the barbarian Franks the chance to alter / corrupt the Catholic Church of Rome from inside. Only after these developments, Anti-Islamism appears in Western Europe as a tool of Frankish political propaganda.

 

In fact, the earliest texts of the Eastern Roman Empire that mention the explosion of Islam in Arabia (Chronicle Paschale and the Chronicle of Theophanes the Confessor) presented Islam as rather a Christian heresy, not an independent religion. This shows the religious – cultural vicinity of the two systems and, at the same time, demonstrates that the constant wars between the Eastern Roman Empire and the Islamic Caliphate between the 7th and the 11th centuries reflected basically economic and political interests and not a radical religious opposition or rejection.

 

This is another key dimension of Oriental History that the modern Western falsifiers want the entire world not to know.

  1. VI. ANCIENT YEMEN AND PRE-ISLAMIC ARABIA

 

Speaking about the Southern, Southwestern, Southeastern and Eastern confines of the Arabian Peninsula, one has to totally and irrevocably dissociate Yemen and Oman from the Pre-Islamic Arabs. The Ancient Yemenites and Omanis were not Arabs, and their languages were very different from Arabic, although they all were Semitic languages. Similarly, modern Yemenites are not related to Arabs in any sense, because Yemen accepted Islam without ever being occupied by a single Arab soldier. The so-called phenomenon of the Islamic invasions did not occur in Yemen, Oman, Somalia and the entire Eastern African coast – at all! And no Arabs settled in Yemen under any circumstances whatsoever.

 

Ancient Yemen developed its own syllabic writing system at least 1000 years before the first pre-Islamic Arabic texts are attested in Hedjaz (and this happens as late as the middle of the 3 rd c. CE). The Ancient Yemenite kingdoms of Saba (Sheba), Qataban, Awsan, Ma’in, Himyar, and Hadhramawt are documented by the unearthed epigraphic evidence and they were also constantly referred to in Ancient Assyrian, Babylonian, Iranian, Greek and Roman historical sources. Oman was always an Iranian province, and we have attested Iranian occupation of Yemen in both, the Achaemenid period (550-330 BCE) and the Sassanid times (224-651 CE). Few years, after the Roman annexation of Egypt and the death of Cleopatra (30 BCE), Octavian sent the Roman fleet as far as Aden to destroy that wealthy city-harbor that controlled the Indian Ocean maritime trade and imposed heavy taxes on all products sent from India and East Africa through the Bab al Mandeb straits of the Red Sea to Alexandria and the Mediterranean world.

 

Describing harbors, navigation details, trade centers, and products across the sea route of the trade (plus its land and desert extensions/ramifications) between the Mediterranean World, East Africa, India, Central Asia, Indochina-Indonesia, and China, the text Periplus of the Red Sea (written around 70 CE) offers a dramatic contrast between civilized Yemen and Arabia.

 

In an article titled ‘Civilized Yemen vs. Barbaric Arabia: the Historical Divide will shape the Future’, published in Buzzle (6 August 2005), I included an English translation of the text, and I analyzed extensively the specific excerpt of this text. I republish the excerpt here as well:

 

Starting by paragraph 19 of his text, the author describes the navigation at the Eastern edge of the Red Sea. He refers to Leuke Kome (“White Town”) as the first harbour and port of call on the sailor’s way to the south. Since the departure is given not from Arsinoe (Suez) but Myos Hormos (the Mouse’s Bay), which corresponds to al Ghardaq – Hurghada in the Egyptian Red Sea coast, and the distance mentioned is 1000 to 1500 stadia (1 stadium equals 185 m), we deduce that Leuke Kome must be identified as the modern coastal town Al Wadjh.

The text refers to the Roman military presence (“ekatontarchos”: a centurion, officer leading 100 Roman soldiers), Roman fiscal presence (“paraleptes tes tetartes”: a customs officer dispatched in order to get 25% of the passing merchandise as tax), as well as a land road to the Aramaic Nabataean capital Rekem / Petra of King Malichus (certainly Malichus II). The Roman garrisons ensured safety for the land trade, since the main part of the merchandises (sent to Rekem and further on to Jerusalem, Damascus, Antioch, or Palmyra) was transported from Yemen by sea to Leuke Kome. Who were the inhabitants of that place? Since Leuke Kome does NOT belong to ‘Arabia’, we can deduce that they were probably Aramaeans, possibly of the highly civilized Nabataean branch, since the text makes a striking differentiation between them and the Arab inhabitants of the coast immediately in the south of Leuke Kome.

According to the Periplus of the Red Sea, civilization ends at Leuke Kome, and starts again around Mouza that is in the modern Yemenite Red Sea coast. What lies between them is the realm of Arab barbarism according to the author of the text (paragraph 20), which reads as follows:

“Immediately after this port (Leuke Kome) starts Arabia, which is extended alongside a large part of the Red Sea. It is inhabited by various peoples and tribes, whose languages differ either a little or totally. The coastal zone features many groups of huts of the fish–eaters, whereas the inland includes hamlets and pastures, being inhabited by a people who speak two languages and have a perverted character. These people rob those who deviate from their sailing just in the middle of the sea, and come nearby their coasts. They arrest all the shipwrecked, so that they make later use of them as captives. That is why the Kings of Yemen attack them, and hold many of them as prisoners. They are called Canraites (note: this is the single time this term was used in Ancient Greek literature). Truly, any sort of navigation nearby the coast of Arabia is particularly dangerous, and this area is characterized by a lack of ports and offers few possibilities of anchorage, being full of perilous rocks, difficult of reach because of the rocky precipices, and awful from any viewpoint. That is why when we sail south, we navigate in the open sea, and as fast as possible, until we reach the Katakekavmene Neso (‘Scorched Island’). Immediately after that island, there are plenty of lands inhabited by civilized people, who have large cattle, and use camels for their trade and transportation”.

Here we are already among the ancient Yemenites! The Katakekavmene Island can be identified with Farasan islands, slightly north of the Northern Yemenite borderline. The text enters then paragraph 21, as follows:

“Beyond these areas, in the last bay of the coast that is extended on our left during our navigation, lies Mouza, which is an official (“nomimon”: controlled by the state) port of call. If we follow the correct navigation line to the south, it lies in a distance of 12000 stadia from Berenice. The city is exclusively inhabited by Yemenites, captains and mariners, and is burgeoning with commercial activity (lit. “the trade is exceeding”) since it plays a vital role in the commerce up to Barygaza, and in this business the Mouza people use their own equipment”.

 

I think that further comments are not needed. As a matter of fact, in the middle of the 1st c. CE when the Periplus was written, the merged kingdoms of Saba and Himyar had replaced Qataban, and controlled the entire Somali coast of Eastern Africa as colony (from the Horn of Africa to approximately the area of Dares salaam in today’s Tanzania). Similarly, the kingdom of Hadhramwt had the island of Socotra as colony. Yemenites had excellent navigational skills and know how, having been the undisputed masters of the Indian Ocean navigation for almost 1500 years before the arrival of Islam. Whenever we refer to Islamic times’ navigation between the Arabian Peninsula and Eastern Africa up to China, we mean that it was almost exclusively in the hands of the Yemenite Muslims who by accepting Islam started using Arabic and gradually abandoned their native language. They were called Arabs, but in fact they were not Arabs.

 

However, in today’s Hadhramawt, Socotra and North Somalia (Bossasso), two languages originating from the Ancient Yemenite languages have survived. Hundreds of thousands of people are native in these languages. Last but not the least, the decipherment of the Ancient Yemenite writing was done through constant comparisons with Ge’ez which is the writing system of the Ancient Abyssinians and at the same time the religious language of the Christian Abyssinian state of Axum. In fact, Ge’ez is a late Yemenite writing and the striking similarities helped scholars rapidly complete the decipherment of the Ancient Yemenite writing. This is not strange at all because the Abyssinians are just a Yemenite tribe that crossed the Red Sea and settled in the African coast in the second half of the 1st millennium BCE. The name Habashat has been attested in Ancient Yemenite epigraphic evidence as well.

 

  1. VII. HOMOGENEITY vs. HETEROGENEITY IN THE MIDDLE EAST

 

Speaking about the entire area of the Ottoman Caliphate (the term ‘Middle East’ being false and racist), one would however be wrong to conclude, in spite of the aforementioned, that the region has lacked homogeneity either historically or presently.

 

Homogeneity does not exclude diversification. And diversification does not mean heterogeneity.

 

In fact, before 500 years, there was an excellent, remarkable homogeneity among all peoples and nations inhabiting the vast area between Morocco and Indonesia, prior to the arrival of the Western European colonial powers. To move from the Atlantic coast to Buddhist Myanmar in 1530, one needed to cross only three borders, namely those between: a) the Berber Moroccan kingdom and the Ottoman Empire, b) the Ottoman Empire and Safavid Iran, and c) Safavid Iran and Mughal India.

 

And despite all possible local wars among Muslim governments or conflicts between Muslims and followers of other religions in the wider region of the Islamic world, there was never hatred and evilness as much as after the arrival of the alien intruders, who came from Western Europe after they had already rejected Christianity and replaced it with Freemasonic Satanism in the backstage of politics back in their countries. It is only the presence of the French, the English, the Dutch, the Spaniards, the Portuguese, the Belgians, and the Americans that opened Pandora’s Box in Asia, Africa and America, turning high civilizations to utmost misery, excruciating poverty, abject materialism, fratricidal wreckage, and compact barbarism. They found a world that looked almost like a Paradise, and they turned it to the worst version of Hell.