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What is your cult? Part 1

The Pendulum of Foucault” by Umberto Eco; (Jan. 13, 2010)

Have you heard of cults or occult organizations or metaphysical sects?

For example, Templar knights, Hospitr occult oalier Knights, Teutonic Knights, Free masons, Rose-cross, Ismailia, Druze, Druids, and hundreds of cults from all kinds of religious denominations that mushroomed in the last decades?

In general, the occult sects inherit their principles from one another and then perform selections among the propositions to build distinct belief systems.

The hierarchical organizations are basically the same with minor modifications as to number of “grades” or levels.

The initiation ceremonies or ordinations do not differ much because “what works does not have to be broken”, especially, since new sects are founded by already initiated members who defected and are used to already tried and well oiled routines.

Men wear variations in exotic attires and symbols; women invariably wear transparent long white tunics and end up naked as the ceremony unfolds. The whole spectrum of symbols, in shapes and numbers, is generated from the body structure, penis, women protuberances, the cavern of vagina, and blood.

The Templar Knights were persecuted around 1344 by the French monarch Philip Le Bel and the pope of Rome: Templar Knights over extended their power base in acquiring vast lands and lending money to monarchs and princes and had become the most influential secret organization in Europe. The “initiates” or members were willing to die rather than divulge secrets.

The book is about three authors specializing in the occult or diabolic manuscripts that were written and published in Europe in the last 600 years after the persecution of the Templar Knights. The authors tried to put together the many pieces of the puzzle that were gleamed from ancient manuscripts in order to construct a rational and logical story of Europe history events.

The authors discovered that they had written a new history and that they were investigating in the wrong direction for the last headquarters.  Then, they realized that the entire story was based on a commission list of a merchant at Provins and this list was not hidden in a case encrusted with diamonds but a rotting one.

Actually, the commission list mentions streets, churches, and forts that are located in the town of Provins.  The town was famous for clothing and growing red flowers imported from Syria during the crusading campaigns.  The merchant jotted down in short hand the locations to deliver six bouquets of roses, 20 sous each bouquet, for a total of 120 sous.

The cultist mentality wrecked havoc in Europe for 600 years based on rumors and the need for secrets to assemble people in organizations and associations.

The story starts from a cryptic message that it was attributed to the Templar Knights found in the town of Provins in south-west France near the Cathar sect region. The various interpretations led to the belief that the fleeing Knights took refuge in the town of Tomar in Portugal and devised a plan to be executed for a period of 600 years.

Every 120 years, the headquarters of the “Invisible Superiors” would be relocated to six different places so that each headquarters would relinquish the secret to the next headquarters.

Apparently, there are two secrets:

The initial secret was of religious nature and it became a cover up to the second secret for dominating the world.

The initial cult was based on the premises that either Jesus was not crucified and was whisked to Marseilles in France and his descended initiated the Merovingian French monarchic dynasty or that Jesus died but Marie Magdalena was impregnated by Jesus and was whisked away to start a new dynasty.

The other more enduring secret is presumably that earth underground is traversed by currents that can be controlled to spread havoc on earth crust if only the center or Umbilicus of the current could be determined; the center could be discovered if the entire pieces of a particular world cartographic chart can be put together and the sun ray hitting the right location on June 23 or Saint John Day at the beginning of earth summer solstice.

Thus, what was accepted as given was that the plan would move from Tomar in 1344 to Scotland in 1464 (during Roger de Bruce reign; see Braveheart of Mel Gibson), then to Paris in 1584 at Saint Martin des Champs, then to Germany in 1704 at Marienburg near Dantzig, then to Bulgaria in 1824, and finally to Jerusalem in 1944.

The headquarters was transferred to Scotland but the next transfer to Paris didn’t take place and problems started. Every sub-cult wanted to put the pieces together all by itself since serious discontinuity of the plan to rule the world was ruined.  Jon Dee, the astrologer of Elizabeth I, was the Grand Master of Templar Knights in England and then Francis Bacon succeeded him by poisoning Dee.

It happened that the Julian calendar was replaced by the Gregorian calendar in 1582 by abolishing 10 days from October 5 to 14.  Thus, the meeting on June 23 might not have taken place because the English arrived on June 13.

Rumors said that Jon Dee expressly didn’t show up simply because he wanted the secret to himself, now and then, and that he could discover it.  Dee set up a subterfuge of sending maritime expeditions to circumvent earth in order to gather most of the cartographies of the world available at the time.

One rumor is that the Jewish Diaspora got wind that the Christians have an important secret and got into their own investigative whirlwind.  The ghettos were targeted for information because the abbot Pic de la Mirandolla referred that Hebrew is the language to learn in order to decipher the cryptic messages using the Talmud.

Abbot Mirandolla had ruled Florence for four years around 1450 and encouraged the citizens to initiate monster bonfires each year to burn luxury items, luxury furniture and clothes, and masterpieces in paintings. The trend became to learn Hebrew and applying all kinds of combinational cryptology on the Talmud.

In fact, the Jesuits of Ignacio de Loyola invented a combinatorial chart that preceded Babbage mechanical idea to read between the lines.

Another rumor was that the Jesuits organization was attuned to these secrets and working to put together the puzzle; the Jesuits were behind switching to the Georgian calendar?

Anyway, France’s Grand Master Guillaume Postel died in 1581 and a Jesuit abbot confessed him.  Francis Bacon traveled to Prussia to connect with the Grand Master in Marienburg and he instituted many Templar Knights cults around Europe to gather information.

Europe’s wars (such as the 30 years war, Napoleon, and Hitler wars) were attributed to cultist mentality running around for the secret to dominate the world.

The second part would extend more details.

Famous Manuscripts Banned by the Vatican: (Part 2, April 19, 2009)

Thousands of literary works were indexed by the Vatican from around 1200 to 1966.

Virtually no author was spared indexing. Pascal, Descartes, Locke, Spinoza, Rousseau, Kant, Diderot, Stendhal, Lamartine, Hugo, Flaubert, Balzac, Saint-Simon, Proudhon, Zola, Sartre, and even Gide were indexed for part of their work. 

Voltaire was the most indexed: each of his manuscripts was automatically indexed before reading it. Voltaire would occasionally sign Ecralinf meaning (Let us crush the despicable infamous Church of Rome)

Ironically, Darwin, Karl Marx, and Hitler were spared INDEXING.

The Defender of Peace” by Marsile of Padua (Rector of the University of Paris) is published in 1324 and banned by the Church. The manuscript said that the function of governance does not suit the Bishop of Rome (the Pope) because this urge for domination of the Church is the bane of all discords.  Communities should be governed by their own councils.

Baruch Spinoza published “Treaty on Theological-Politics” in 1670.  He is excommunicated (herem) by the Jewish Wise Men of the synagogue of Amsterdam and later indexed by the Vatican. Spinoza claimed that the Torah is false, that soul dies with the body, and that God exist only philosophically.  Religions instituted a God with 7 main characteristics so that their logical scaffold can hold: God should be One, Unique, Omnipresent, has absolute authority and rights over everything, that obeisance to God consist in justice and charity, that Heaven and Hell are the consequences of our behaviors, and finally that God is forgiving because everyone is a sinner. Faith does not dwell on whether God is fire, spirit, light, or thought.

Pierre-Augustin de Beaumarchais published “The Wedding of Figaro” in 1781. This manuscript said of the aristocrats “You were given the pain of being born, and nothing else”; and thus was blamed for disturbing the social construct.  Beaumarchais published also “The Barber of Seville”

“Praise of Folly” (L’Eloge de la Folie) by Erasmus of Rotterdam was indexed in 1511.  Under the mask of irony, Erasmus creates a Foul dominating the World and supported by ignorant idiots with humongous Ego; he attacks the theologians and scholastic specialties whom thrive in adding subtlety over subtlety in order to obscure any kind of comprehension.  In just the same century, the manuscript is re-edited 600 times.

“The Prince” of Nicolas Machiavelli is published in 1513 in Florence.  The book explains how a Prince should behave to acquire and then retain power and would be one of the founders of modern political thinking.

“The Third Book” of Francois Rabelais was published in 1532.  The previous publications “Pantagruel” and “Gargantua” were not spared indexing too.  The art of mockery far exceed that of Erasmus and his farces scorch all the princes.  Moliere would rely on Rabelais’ works for his comedies.

The Essays” of about 107 of essays by Michel Montaigne are published as of 1580 and was censured by the Church Inquisition.  The Church didn’t like the offhandedness of mixing sacred topics with profane subjects and the manuscript was judged morally too permissive.

“The new Stories” succeeds the famous fables of Jean de la Fontaine and are published as of 1674 and mocks the clerics and was indexed for “corrupting the moral and inspiring libertine behaviors”.  Before he dies, his confessor forced him to recant, and he did so that he may die in peace of that pest of cleric.

“The Spirit of Laws” by Charles-Louis of Montesquieu was published in Switzerland in 1748 to avoid censuring.  The author demanded that the three branches of executive, legislative, and justice enjoy independent powers for check and balance in governance.

“Therese the Philosopher” by Jean-Baptiste Boyer was published in 1748, in the same year that “Fanny Hill” of John Cleland was published.  This manuscript described in details the bacchant sacrilegious ceremonies that a Pope relished. The Marquis of Sade would imitate that genre of pornography.  It is rumored that these kinds of books influenced the French Revolution more than any other manuscripts.  The French National Library cataloged this book under “Hell” section.

“Emile” by Jean-Jacques Rousseau was published in 1762.  Rousseau offered a new educational system for kids so that the natural kindness of humankind is preserved; that kids enjoy their lives as kids and refrain from reading before the age of 12; that they wear loose garments to play leisurely.  The manuscript was indexed and publicly burned in Paris for inciting man to follow his instincts.  Rousseau will publish “The Social Contract” in 1766 and Geneva Council banished it.  In reaction, Rousseau abandoned his Switzerland nationality.




April 2023

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