New Year’s resolutions are so important that every single day of the year up to the last, number 365, should require a supplementary target and review. Create an initial extended file; something like a reverse Christmas list and, yes, load it up, because it needs to keep you busy the whole year. Once done, you are ready to start. I began preparation for my 2016 program back in March last year, but I seem, perhaps, more disciplined than average. This New Year’s resolution was to decode paganism and, as with all matters of intrigue, the response has created rather ambiguous, though strikingly obvious, results. Those that deceive have been very careful to ensure numerous pot holes and trap doors (some exploding) are set to obscure or deflect meaningful research as to their tyranny. In the end, intuition is shown the most pertinent basis for conclusions. If, after a sleepless steamy night, you wake up covered in itchy bites, you can reasonably and logically select mosquitos or toxic bugs as the causes. “Itchy bites” is all you need to determine what the culprits are.
Last post I made a supremely important statement and would like to expand on it now. I said that Christianity began immediately after the destruction of the Jewish temple (sometime around 70 AD) and that coincided with more-or-less (save a short grace period while Vespasian held power) instant persecution of Christian worshippers. The attack may have been reported as Roman, but it was at the behest of the Pharisaic Jews, who had not been conquered, but merely abandoned their homeland to begin an incognito cosmopolitan Hebrew republic, doing what they do best; vamping off other cultures. I discuss the Hebrew mindset in my latest Exopolitician post. In light of this massive revelation (i.e. Christianity beginning after the destruction of the temple), there was nothing much before 70 AD, as Jesus’ famous travelling ministry precisely concurred with the 66-69 AD “siege of Jerusalem”. Jesus’ brother James became the first Bishop of Jerusalem straight after the fall of the temple, which suggests Vespasian sacked the Pharisees as a consequence. I have argued in other posts that Josephus was a Piso and, as such, a close blood relative of the Roman emperor. This is important as Josephus (Latin anagram: to reveal Jesus) was biblical Jesus.
Therefore, Saul, notable persecutor of the Jews, was not a Roman asset. He worked for the Judaic elite. His life changing “blinding” on the Damascus road was a reference to strategy and nothing else. His prior approach mimicked a blind man competing against the sighted, so he changed his game from persecutor to infiltrator. James (brother of Jesus) saw through his veil of deceit but, also, Paul’s letters were addressing politics of the 70’s and 80’s AD, much later than is usually characterised and because of the rampant persecution most used false names for cover. He employed a scribe not through fault of sight, but because he was important (the classical Pharisee). That extraordinary self-belief and arrogance shines forth in the Corinthians and Romans epistles. Clearly, until the Damascus road incident Paul did not know the true identity of Jesus and, given His absence from the Roman records, that name was almost certainly an internal code for believers (Josephus might have considered it a nickname). Prophet Mohamed calls him Isa and that was the basis for the Tibetan “Saint Issa” myths, which possibly first began circulating in the 9th or 10th Centuries AD. Josephus never went to Tibet and there were no wilderness years. There was also no oral period, of course, but a much earlier vague, mythical figure could have become the inspiration for Roman sentiment that caused their version of Jesus. By the 70’s AD this miracle worker would have been an urban myth for the best part of three centuries. Was he “King of Salem” Melchizedek?
It is important to understand that Christianity had come about as some kind of inspirational wave. Gnosticism, theologians argue, began precisely at the same time as Christianity. No pre-Christian (i.e. dated before 70 AD) manuscripts have turned up. Gnosticism was devoutly anti-materialism. However, a more ancient sect identified to Philo in Alexandria might be the candidate for evolution. This was called Melchizedekianism (after Melchizedek) and had both an emphasis on the metaphysical aspects of creation/existence as well as intrinsic romanticism that emphasised material magic and faith healings. Though Melchizedek is remembered as a king, astral sources tell me he was of humble origins and lived an ordinary life. It was only several years after his death that chronicler’s decided it was fitting to remember him as a king. Indeed our King of Salem may have been real, but he was not the miracle worker of folklore. Philo and others may go as far to suggest that Melchizsdekianism was the precursor to Gnostic Christianity and Josephus’ new wine had directed prior Hebrew wisdom to the refuse dump.
By Paul’s coded admission (his Damascus road “blinding”), the Gnostic-Christians had exceptionally tight security. A number of apostles did not recognise Josephus/Jesus’ new disguise as referenced by Mark in his “Acts of the Apostles”. Jesus’ resurrection equated to a new persona and not a physical rebirth. Indeed, the Romans were only able to locate Josephus by bribing disillusioned Judas with a hefty hoard of silver coins. Nevertheless, they were hardly able to do anything against Roman royalty without serious charges, but, once compromised, Josephus had to change his identity quickly if he wanted to remain private. He was to be made unrecognisable not from ravages of crucifixion, but rather clever subterfuge. His new disguise conveyed professional artistry of such a standard even the closest to him were confused by it. We must understand that, in these times, possession of a simple memento might be deemed sufficient for purposes of identification. Differing tales supporting the crucifixion and resurrection metaphors feature a number of external agents simply described as “angels”. The reader is in no doubt these, each daubed in white robes, were robust men of the physical variety. Thus, numbers of theologians, not entirely deluded by paganism, have also prompted the idea of a mock crucifixion and symbolic resurrection.
I believe the antics of the angels were referencing something else. The banality of why Essenes Therapeutae (who wore conspicuous flowing white robes) would enter a tomb would be comparable to any of today’s physicians approaching the morgue for work. Now if, of course, our tomb wasn’t a tomb or it was obscuring a clandestine manoeuvre (purpose) designed to confuse illegitimate witnesses, then its place in the crucifixion/resurrection metaphor would make more sense. However, as I outlined in a prior article, it was Josephus’ father who was almost crucified (codified as “Barabbas” in the Gospels) which fortuitously led to the union of Piso and Hebrew “royalty” designated to solve the, then, Middle East crisis. At that level, the crucifixion/resurrection stories are an obvious metaphor exposing the ongoing battle between new Pharisaic domination (totalitarianism) and old Rosicrucian conciliatory debate (democracy). As I have tried to elaborate in a number of prior posts, Rosicrucians joined the pagan “basket” long ago. Now we have totalitarian brands. In fact, the Rosicrucians of old have become so unrecognisable; the modern identity is almost the opposite of what was.
Those totalitarian barbarians keep reversing meaning of words. Even so, Josephus was sprung by authorities who had paid their agent, Judas, a tidy sum (worthy of royalty) to identify him. Could this have prompted a flexible “house arrest” scenario with not so conspicuous minders never far away? Measures would have ensured Josephus didn’t mingle with the wrong type of people. For all we know, the Gospel Writer, Marcus (or Mark), was one such minder. He would have been well positioned to collect information to create his two volumes (Gospel of Mark & Acts of the Apostles). Mark was, without doubt, the first synoptic gospel to be written and, eerily, theologians date it at 70 AD or just after. It would be reasonable to conclude the authorities were extremely angry at newly caught Josephus’ disappearance (discussed shortly) and that’s when the purge of Gnostic-Christians would have been conducted in zealous earnest. Bruiser Peter (the dumb disciple) was the first to be scooped up by the system and for the few years he was held as bait to lure Josephus out into the open, Mark would have had open access to him. Given it is where the early church started (prior to official knowledge), “Jesus” finally rooted in Alexandria and, as no force intervened to stop Peter’s and the other sensational executions, he was not moved by the Roman’s ploy. A few theologians have noted Mark’s gospel was comparatively poorly written (i.e. someone important did not need special literary skills to find a following) and its unabashed Roman style exposes his status as a Latin aristocrat.
The (Western) modern justice system was built on pharisaic principles. Theoretically, immaterial evidence is not submissible in a court of Law, although there is the eyewitness hearsay loophole. Pharisaic doctrine is behind modern atheism (spiritual faith is a celebration of the immaterial), materialism and scepticism (the body that determines what is material). Prior to the science age, their wisdom relied heavily on superstition. That is why the early Roman church (run by Pharisees), until the pharisaic science-renaissance, targeted and attacked all known free thinkers. They knew superstitions were always going to be on shaky ground, because none of them actually believed their holy edicts as they were all the same basic faithless stock that today call themselves atheists or sceptics. In fact utopian science, in the material sense, truly is the ultimate tool for control. Science likes order, discipline and information (the more complex the better). This absolutely parries with the pharisaic mindset. So, where you find religious administration that is strictly rule based, presents voluminous, convoluted, dictatorial doctrines that insist on absolute subservient discipline of followers, you find the core of the pharisaic belief. Let us review the etymology of “pagan”.
Pagan is an interesting word which unarguably stems from the Latin, paganus. Translation difficultly comes with determining what is meant by paganus. Traditionally, this is translated as country dweller or even (loosely) civilian, but, instinctively, I feel this is wrong, except, perhaps, when as the rare, colloquial use incompetent soldier. The emphasis needs to be placed on a variation of country dweller; the rustic, country bumpkin or redneck. Its application to describe Impressionable, poorly educated, possibly feeble minded peoples would very much explain how pagan has evolved to become such a stigma. Over time as order (Pharisees) had branded any cult (religion) “pagans” (gullible ones), in my opinion, the slur would have begun to have a reverse “bohemian” effect. By this determination, Ignorance is transmuted to revolutionary status and “pagan” heralds a mantra that collectivises any and all anti-establishment philosophies. Considering the word Pharisee means “dissenter”, by this standard they are the ultimate pagans as original order (prior to what has become [pharisaic] Judaism) was a faith based belief in immaterialism (Gnosticism premium). Therefore, what was “paganus” is now the faithless, materialist enclaves representing the interests of science-atheism.
The saga of Josephus continues with him ensconced in Joseph of Arimathea’s private tomb den. To while away the hours of boredom did he and his brethren occasionally partake of mysterious, deeply spiritual sacraments such as the metaphysical raising from the dead of Lazarus-John? Who knows? But we can be fairly sure (if texts are accurate) that hairy angelic Therapeutae made occasional visitors for unspecified purposes. Ancient Israelite doctors had a dual role. Not only were they expert physicians, but also understood the effects of poisons. Dignitaries did not employ food tasters on a whim. Eating in high places was a dangerous business at the wrong times. After a quick internet search, I note there are many Hebrew-style scare-mongering tales on the ill-effects of methamphetamines and other recreational drugs on Google. From what I read, also the medical sleeping pill, zopiclone, can induce such rapid aging effects they become apparent in as little as four days. We, sadly, have lost a lot of the deep knowledge concerning the magical properties of nature, so I feel sure that the Therapeutae will have come up with something much more effective and lasting than that. Josephus could have stayed hidden from those not so conspicuous minders for as long as he desired. Clearly, though, there would have had to have been an inner circle spy, so his treatment needed to be speedy to avert attention.
After the disappearance of Jesus, other than minor kafuffles in a few exclusive places, practices were sedentary and mostly restricted to Europe (a heartbeat away from the Gnostic-Druidic spiritual centre at Avalon, the divine name for Ireland and not Glastonbury, as supposed). We learn from Michael Baigent’s Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (which has been predicably carelessly debunked by unknown Pharisees) that the Merovingian royal bloodline of Josephus took root in Southern France as evidenced by Arian-Cathar communities prior to the Roman inquisitions. The most recent alleged Priory of Sion administrators (information concerning the Merovingian bloodline) have seemed so pharisaic in recent times; it is no wonder that the Rosicrucian deadline (year 2000-2001) was not met. Spectacular Zionist (pharisaic utopianism) September 11, 2001 staged “9/11”, solidifying that pungent US/Israel/Pentagon de facto union, was the response. Anything to do with Rosicrucian order has been compromised and is rotten to the core.
Rather interestingly (because most haven’t noticed) the same insurrectionist forces determined to impose pharisaic paganism under guise of the Victorian spiritual renaissance (It seems the King James mistranslation of the bible still had loopholes) are behind the Neo-paganism alternative too. Posing as age old Gnostics, monstrous mystics deceive pagani with incoherence. Neo-paganism cannot help but scoop up the odd truth, but these are always disambiguated grotesquely out of context. Ah, but for the smell of our own gas? Gnostic-Christianity suffered the same fate centuries earlier. Was it not for the miraculous discoveries of various sets of Dead Sea scrolls (the Nag Hammadi documents were very nearly burnt by desert Bedouins eager for incalescence against the night chill), Gnosticism, for the most part would be dead and buried. The reason Theodosius I purged the great library of Alexandria 391 AD is that was the literary centre of real Christianity. This was not the first time holy documents had been ransacked or removed. A fire was caused there in 48 BC when Julius Caesar laid under siege against the Egyptian King Ptolemy XIII and Co-regent Pharaoh Cleopatra VII. The poetic connection with the great fire of Pompey and Cleopatra’s status as sister wife of Ptolemy places grave questions as to the truthfulness of references which, I argue, were more metaphorically satirical than based on “facts”.
Theodosius’ purge was very real. He burnt anything that wasn’t distinctly supportive of harmonised Roman-pharisaic objectives. The so-called Fourth Gospel, penned by Lazarus-John, is so advanced in its philosophy, this one escaped the purge. Besides, they had the most authentic sentiment from Josephus, who was the real Jesus, even dictating certain passages to John as if he was his scribe. Thinking of the affairs that developed to ensure the pinnacle of Gnosticism ended up on the pyre, pharisaic pagans were, as always, conjuring their malicious spheres of influence. In this case it was the Nicolaitians (which, in typical Zionist fashion, means victory over the people) whose doctrine (Nicene Creed) pushed Constantine I (of course they call him Great now) into Christian conversion in 312 AD. When his son, Constantine II, favoured Gnosticism, they meddled to ensure his brother, Julian, took power and though Constantine officially died of a fever, metaphor suggests he could have simply stepped down gracefully. The Nicene Council was like a Sanhedrin without the Sadducees, but even Julian’s short reign from 361-363 disappointed. He turned the clocks back to pagan pantheism. Valentinian I preferred Gnostic-Arianism, so after his death the pharisaic powers decided to end Arianism once and for all by removing the knowledge base.
It was when Theodosius took over and, though not overtly pro-Jewish (pharisaic doctrine), he made a number of subtle, very empowering measures to the canon in their favour. By 381 AD he was surrounded by Nicolaitian advisors. These became the instruments which created what amounted to a new religion after the first Synod of Hippo in 394 AD (shortly after the great fire of Alexandria). This was when the rejected apocryphal and pseudepigraphal Scriptural paradox began. Alexey Trekhlebov notes in his book “Legends of the Phoenix”, though lost in the English translations of Rune, the original word for “temple” has origins from khran which means “save” (as in save money or “bank”). Cathedral is the English version of their word sobor which means meeting [place]. Church, on the other hand, is from a derivative of tsirk and translates as “circus”.
I find this strangely appropriate, for a circus is what Christianity has become: clowning buffoons and animals managed by pagan ringmasters in the interests of Zion and their New World Order. A future treatise would perhaps do well to focus on Byzantine power, which, but for interruption from the other pharisaic offshoot, Islam, held control between 330-1453 AD until it reinvented itself. The prior antics of the Greeks in their vain attempt to convert Vedic-Aryans waxes familiar. Always the same characters assume control using the same basic techniques. If there was a way to fundamentally separate Zionist pagans from the other (Rosicrucians, Gnostics and so on) it would be that the former create immaterial ciphers, metaphors and numeric codes to disguise or hide material truths in order to make iconoclasts of their greedy, self-absorbed leaders whilst deceiving gullible, pagani followers all the while. The latter present only immaterial truths or representative symbolism to best convey the objective (but complex and demanding) message in plain sight. Texts of pharisaic influence lack transparency, on face value, often present superficial babble with the mission, particularly parts conveying delicate information, of making truths almost impossible to see. Their opposites are even more hard to read because they offer plain legitimacy which is so beautifully crafted it forces the reader to make the choice between traditional babble and honest belief. That is paganism decoded.