Sunday, June 24, 2012

Blog 23 Midsummer New Year of Johns Eve 2012
The Weaver of the Crown and the Crowned.
The Catholic or universal  lie, both, over history and Christian ideology is clearly notable in George Hayman’s book “The Power of Sacrifice” (see blog 22) as that book’s author attempts to explain the meaning of the “body of Christ” and “living sacrifice”.
The execution and subsequent valorization of Jesus does not find a “pivotal place… in Letters to the Hebrews .” According to Hayman: given the Letter’s understanding: “”…. There was no need for sacrificial repetition, since Jesus’’ death accomplished once and for all the reconciliation between God and humanity that the High Priest had to ritualize each year. One of the underlying assumptions generated by Hebrews is that the sacrificial system of Israel really worked, but that the offering of Jesus has now superceded it.”
All of that may be true if it does not occur to us or if we deliberately overlook the probability that the ‘assumption’ does not originate with early Christians, but with apologists for secularism. For example, the assumption by Paul (1 Cor. 5-7): “Christ our Passover has been sacrificed” (i.e., it needs no repetition) or (Romans ) that Jesus’ death effected an atonement or “expiation by his blood”.
This is to say, Let us do away with all kinds of sacrifice and be as we are; our sins have been forgiven; let us ask for forgiveness after we have done what we have done.
This accurately describes our world today: having taken no care to think forward, there are about five  billion people too many on our planet; the privatization has taken over all corners of Earth and therewith taken “the good news” with it. Even the Pope in Rome is beginning to take note that his forebears gave all his powers away to corporations by way of his predatory spiritual predecessors, most of who were brothers or cousins of secular kings.
No sacrifice and all sins expiated by one man’s blood, symbolically smeared to cover everyone as if to make them responsible, at the same time one man in America presumes to call anyone in the world that he chooses a “terrorist”, and tanks make practice maneuvers on America’s city streets The consequences of Paul’s betrayal of Eastern Christendom on behalf of the Roman elite of the West, and the subsequent campaigns by the Crusaders and the Inquisition is what has got us where we are today. The skeptic may remember that Paul is none other than Saul of Tarsus , who did not have a personal conversion by way of a vision on the road to Dsmascus. Paul’s vision is as much propaganda fabrication as the forced conversion of the Christian East to Roman thinking. The widespread presence of Germans throughout the European East is due to Western Catholic control.
The capture of the East by the West was not only by way of Crusades, but also by way of secret services of the West: the priests of newly established Rome in Italy. Anatoly Fomenko in the 1st volume of “History: Fiction or Science?” argues (p. 356) that Rome was founded in the West about the late 13th and early 14th centuries. He writes: “The foundation of Rome = Constantinople, later called the New Rome, thus became split in two: chronologically and geographically.” According to Fomenko, the renaming of Constantinople as New Rome is due to a yet older Rome, being moved from Alexandria, Egypt to the Bosphorus, not from Italy, where Rome did not exist at that time.
If the readers remember Robert Graves’ opinion (blog 20) that poets used to be  coders and decoders of sacred names, they will be able to guess that there was also an agreement on a code of honor that the decoding of a secret by whoever  enabled the whoever to seize an opponent’s property without a bloody fight. However, as far as Western Christians are concerned, might and violent sacrifice over self-sacrifice continue to make might right. Therefore, the ‘miracle’ or supra-riddle, in place of honesty, had Saul (on his way to Damascus) overpower the incredulous through a miracle. Not unlike his violent persecution of Eastern Christians, Saul’s ‘change of mind’ comes violently, that is, unbelievably. Paradoxically, in Latvia, Johns Day is often called a “mistehriya”, which is described as “fertility, productivity, and light” (Chairwoman Aboltina of the Latvian Saeima), but leaves out “self-sacrifice”. Alas, Latvians are still unable to guess the missing word and have the banks undo them from being sovereign people.

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