Technological advances have meant that virtually everyone has invited the devil into their drawing rooms. Electronic communications and media means the incessant babble has become almost inescapable. The recent birth of the Internet is set to virtually complete their ABC’s world domination within a few years. Even in China the English language has become a compulsory study for all of its children.
Their webs shall not become garments,
neither shall they cover themselves with their works: their works are works of iniquity, and the act of violence is in their hands.
~ Isaiah 59: 6
Forging A Head
Letters maintain a vigilant influence upon every human everywhere and all of the time without him or her ever realising they do. Deaf, dumb, blind, literate or illiterate, sane, insane, genius or jackass, professor or pupil, elite or deplete there is no escape. All words are tools of hypnotic suggestion. This is why certain words spoken or written trigger recollections. As well, all of our five senses are used to implant suggestions, and all of them evoke memories. Would you like to be biting into an orange right now? Excuse me while I scrape this knife across my plate….but, as interesting as the five senses are, this book’s main focus from now on is on words and numbers and how they relate to the human experience; so we’ll move on.
In our present human environment, no one is free, there is no such thing as independent thought, and free speech is an illusion.
It is only natural that we humans need to outwardly express our thoughts in ways that others can understand. So why would we not develop visible symbols to describe them?
Our mental processing is so quick that much of what passes through goes unnoticed. In a flash, our minds have collected thousands of details and processed them with no trouble at all. How much of it can we consciously recall? A tiny fraction and that is only what we were focussing on and that was edited, in order to concentrate on our intention. Even then peculiarities slip past unnoticed. How many times do you deliberately take account of the font of the letters you are reading? How many times do you actually focus on independent letters let alone the way those letters and their sequences are constructed? All of it is going in and being recognised whether you are aware of it or not. Every little aspect of what you are noticing has an impact and causes a reaction in some way. Letters are crafted symbols designed to trigger memory and evoke a reaction. They are probably the most invasive system ever devised to control the way that humans think. Every word uttered or written will enforce the programming of who ever is exposed to it. It is true that the sounds of letters and words work very well as consciously recognisable signs and symbols of elemental sounds but what do they say in secret, to our unconscious?
Do not think I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.
~Matthew 10: 34
“sword” is rearranged “words” everybody recognises that surely but they are told it means something else so they forget about it. The above biblical quote is quite telling. Let’s rearrange it a little. It actually tells us to and explains why. It is a warning and an alarm:
Do not think.
I have come to bring peace on earth.
I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. – I have not come to bring peace about a sword.
In other words there is an instruction to not bring peace to the word sword. If we create turmoil about sword we beget words. (Sorry couldn’t help sticking a bit of the old begetting in there.)
Caxton set up a printing press in Bruges and began hammering out French, Latin and English texts. Here in 1475 he printed a French work, “Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye” he had translated into English himself. This was the first ever book to be printed in English.
In 1475 or 1476, Bill introduced his printing press into England. Later he moved to Westminster with his press where he ran off the first English book to be produced by this means. It had the catchy title, ‘The dictes and sayenges of the phylosophers’ (18th November 1477) and was an early Arabic work translated for Caxton by Earl Rivers; who through his sister, Elizabeth was brother-in-law to King Edward 1V. Shortly afterwards Richard III had Rivers’ body and head parted, knocked off the king in waiting (nearly Edward V) and snatched the throne. Oh what jolly japes the bloodline has.
At Westminster Caxton published his translation of “The Golden Legend” in 1483 and “The Knight in the Tower” in 1484. They contained what are believed to be the earliest mechanically printed English translations of Biblical verses. At the time it was illegal to translate the Titanic Verses into English. Before he died in 1490 he had published more than 70 books. William Caxton is famous for publishing Thomas Mallory’s “Le Morte d’Arthur”, Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” and “Troilus and Creseide” and “The History of Reynart the Foxe”. However his main income came from knocking out religious paraphernalia. The church had a sweet little number going with a lucrative counterfeiting racket and Caxton was in on it.
This was the deal:
In exchange for a reduced purgatorial sentence you hand over to us a heap of dosh – property will do nicely too. The Church had taught everyone to be terrified of the after-life setting up a nice little mark. What you got was a little piece of pre-printed paper with room for their agent to write your name on.
Mercers called, ‘Pardoners’, sold them door to door and by appointment. Literally thousands upon thousands were sold every year. Some of these promissory notes called ‘Indulgencies’ survive today. To date no one has asked for their money back so maybe they work….
“Oi! Charlie run us up a few quick!”
With the rise of voracious European empires, the Roman letter alphabet really took off; reaching into every country of the world; and it has long been the most favoured style by far of government, media, and education across the globe. It has been the default font on most of the world’s computers until Microsoft introduced what is basically a sans serif version they call Calibri. Some societies are still struggling to hold on to their own language symbols but the relentless march continues not only virtually unabated but encouraged. During the 20th century, empires fronted by suits in boardrooms replaced empires fronted by gowns and crowns; and increasingly people who refused to bow to the gun obligingly succumb to plastic and electronic baubles.
Gifts it bore,
The guise of friendship wore.
Patiently it tied its knot.
Favourites it chose,
And hierarchies arose.
Jealousy was born.
Eyes turned red
And the Darkness fed.
Anyway, when the numbers of cadets issuing from their universities (‘universe’ means one-voice) and colleges reached their target, the next phase of the Dark agenda began. Although a moveable type press had been stamping around in China for aeons, the first western version only appeared in the mid 15th century. The credit for this has been given to Johann Gutenberg, (1397 – 1468), who operated out of Bruges, in Belgium. A lettering style called Black Letter later arose in Germany. This style was adapted by Gutenberg and used to print the 42-line Bible. This Bible was printed in Mainz and each page had 42 lines.
In the early days the quality of the printing varied considerably until Nicolas Jenson (1420-1480), a French-born printer and publisher developed the first standardized typeface for printers. Jenson had studied under Gutenberg and eventually settled in Venice, Italy. Jenson’s highly regarded type known as ‘Old Style’ is the forerunner of the classical Roman styles so prolifically used today such as Times Roman and Times New Roman.
The Aldine Press
Jenson designed type for the first successful mass market publishing house, the Aldine Press which was set up in Venice in 1494 by Aldus Manutius (1450-1515). The Aldine Press concentrated on producing the classical works of writers like Plato, Aristotle, Homer, Virgil and Sophocles. Influential later writers like Petrarca, Dante and Erasmus were published too. They introduced ‘Aldine Type’ which was developed by Francesco Griffo we call it italics today. So prolific and efficient for its day The Aldine Press which continued until 1597 is acknowledged to be the prime motivator of literacy in the general population.
Another kingpin was Christophe Plantin who came into this world in Saint-Averin, near Tours, in 1514. Financed by Philip II of Spain he published the “Biblia Regia”, an eight volume Bible in Hebrew, Latin, Greek, Syriac and Aramaic, between 1569 and 1572. Philip ‘the Sap’ had been the husband of England’s Mary 1st (Bloody Mary – us kids used to love saying that at school) who had died in 1558. Four years after Christophe Plantin’s epic appeared Phil smote the Dutch and Chris legged it to France for a couple of years having been accused of heresy. He’d been printing stuff secretly for a band of ne’er-do-wells (Protestants) called the ‘Famille de la Charité’, and encoded it so well that he managed to persuade the Church that it wasn’t him, guv’. The Plantin Press knocked out Church gear for two hundred years and pocketed quite a nice little earner, thank you.
An interesting character with powerful State and Church connections brought printing to England. His name was William Caxton (1421-1490). Caxton was born in Kent and was a mercer by trade. In 1446, only six years after the Habsburgs had become Holy Roman Emperors with Frederick III, Caxton had removed to Bruges. While there he was a member of the household of Margaret of York the Duchess of Burgundy. She was the sister of the English kings Edward IV and Richard III. (Edward and Richard were probably half-brothers.) Margaret was also the step-mother of Mary of Burgundy who married Maximilian son of Frederick III in 1477. Maximilian became Holy Roman Emperor himself in 1493. Some time in 1462 he was appointed Governor of ‘the English Nation at Bruges’ a trading quango often embroiled in politics. No doubt this involved a bit of the big black hat and cloak over the face stuff too. The marriage of Margaret to Charles “the Bold” of burgundy was part of a 1467 trade settlement that Caxton was prominently concerned in.
The New World
Near the end of the 15th Century the 26-letter alphabet we know today was established. Three new letters J, U, and W were added to the Roman-English alphabet. Noticeably, the letters phonetically pronounced say ‘Jew’. This was a pivotal time for people calling themselves Jewish. In 1492, Spain ejected its Sephardic Jews on the orders of Rome and, in the same year, the Talmudic Khazar government transplanted from there to Poland.
In the same year, at Lughnasadh (Festival of First Harvest – beginning of August), Cristobal Colon (Columbus), a Sephardic Jew, aiming for India read his map upside down and fronted up in the Caribbean.
The Americas had been known for very many centuries but had been kept on the back burner as it were. The Knights Templar had sallied forth to Nova Scotia (New Scotland) from umm… Scotland, at least a century before, (and probably much earlier), and called the continent, ‘La Merika’. (R. Lewis, The Thirteenth Stone)The official pass-the-exams version insists you agree that (all together now)…”Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492 etc.” and that the continent was named after an also-ran, Amerigo Vespucci.
Meanwhile, Pope Innocent VIII had gone to the devil and Alexander V1 stepped up to the ockey. The next year, Spain and Portugal were ordered by the Darkness, through Rome, to ransack the New World and steal its treasures and its wisdom. This was an imperative preparation because the colonisation of the Americas was about to begin. Everything was directed through Rome and the legal documentation, ‘The Tordesillas’, was ratified the next year. ‘The Tordesillas’ were named after a town in Spain where an agreement directed by the Vatican was signed. Spain thought they had been given the entire New World while Portugal copped India and Africa. In reality the terms gave Portugal a claim to Brazil as well.
“As we do now altogether freely and securely, and without hurt, call the Pope of Rome Antichrist, the which heretofore was held to for a deadly sin, and men in all countries were put to death for it. So we know certainly that the time shall likewise come when that which we yet keep secret, we shall openly, freely, and with a loud voice publish and confess before all the world.”
The Rosicrucian Confessio
“That Greek and Latin writing, and thus the whole foundation of our Western culture, were adopted from the Near East can easily be demonstrated by comparing the order, names, signs and even numerical values of the original Near Eastern alphabet with the much later ancient Greek and the more recent Latin.”
~ Zecharia Sitchin
The 12th Planet
The Romans copped the alphabet in the 7th century BCE by way of the Etruscans. Some examples from this period were uncovered which had script written from right to left.) The Latin alphabet now consisted of 21 letters and looked like this:
In around 250BCE they dumped the letter Z invented the letter-form G (a C with a cross-bar) and purposely inserted it where Z used to be. A right leg was stuck on the letter P and another new figure, R, was kicked in.
The Romans seem to have developed their letters in harmony with their architectural designs. Both were strident symbols of their power, confidence, domination, and of course their divine (Dark) foundation. After they overran Greece, in the times of the Roman orator and man of letters Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43BCE) in the 1st century BCE, they added the Greek letter Y and gave Z another go by whacking them both on the end of their alphabet. There were now 23 letters.
By the Middle Ages, all of the countries bitten by the Roman Catholic Church were using this alphabet, with some adaptations. At the end of the 15th century, (when the curtains rose to reveal the American continent), letters J, U, and W were added, and the Romano-English alphabet increased to our present 26 letters. The changes did not happen over night some hugely significant writers, including John Dee, Francis Bacon, and his alter ego Shakespeare, were still SPELLING with the older alphabet in the 17th century – at least on the face of it. The dual alphabets became an extremely useful tool for encryption. Many people still use the 23 letter alphabet designs to this day. Regardless, all of the letter shapes and fonts we use today are derived from this system:
Roman Lesions and the March on our Minds
One letter style would come to dominate the world’s mass communications in all matters: the Roman style.
Latin did not always use capital letters. During the reign of Emperor Constantine (312-337CE) a smaller and more quickly written form called uncials gained favour for everyday use. (The Greeks had been using a similar system since about 3BCE.)
Circa 600CE Church missionaries short-measured us again when they introduced the Roman half uncial to Britain. These were modified and used as the Irish half uncial to write the “Book of Kells” on the sacred Isle of Iona.
A slight variation, called the English half uncial, became a favourite in the north of England, notably in Lindisfarne (Holy Island), where it charmed the script for the “Lindisfarne Gospels”. These were both constructed for in-house use and based on the same principles of design.
In 754, a right handy document to the Shadow forces of the Darkness popped up: the ‘Donation of Constantine’, supposedly dating from Constantine’s propitious conversion to Christianity in 312. Although it has since been decried as a crock the DC enabled the Pope to swan around in Constantine’s symbols and regalia (so subliminally hold his power). The Donation served its purpose and the Dark agenda moved inexorably onwards.
On the heels of the conjured ‘Document of Constantine’ the Roman Catholic Church introduced yet another script style. This one involved another key player in the Roman Church, Charlemagne (768-814), King of the Franks – earnestly.
In 789 Charlemagne brought an English monk, called Alcium of York, to Reims, where the Carolingian Miniscule script emerged. (My source pronounced it ‘Alcium’ but you’ll find him as Alcuin’: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcuin) It was Alcium who developed punctuation marks (commas – COMAS etc) and first created the writing system we use today, making the first letter in a SENTENCE a capital, with the smaller letters following in a string. Charlemagne ordered the Carolignian script to be used throughout the Holy Roman Empire.
Alcium established a college under Charlemagne, well not literally under him – where unwitting minds were overshadowed and trained to expand the Dark cause.
I am quite intrigued with old Alcium’s name. There seems to have been two possibilities for its origin. The first one was a Jewish High Priest during the Maccabean revolt in Judea, 2nd century BCE, who executed 60 scoundrels who had the cheek to heckle him. The other concerns a pair of transvestite gods called the Alci. There is not much known about them, but what we do know is passed down to us by the 1st century Roman historian Tacitus who got wind of their story in Germany. Tacitus reckoned that the Alci twins were a version of the Roman gods Castor and Pollux – I said Pollux. These are another version of the twins of the Zodiac – Gemini – whose planet is Mercury, the governor of writing, the mind, and intellectual matters – and a snitch. Seems rather coincidental to me. Perhaps Alcium’s name was really Albert Shuffleyabum-Sideways, but he thought that Alcium had more of a certain je ne sais quoi to it.
Although at first there were some books produced with calligraphic print in England, the Roman style became the overwhelming favourite after it was introduced by John Day in 1572. Printing presses sprung up (and down) all over the country but they became concentrated in London and of course the premier hub of the Dark agenda’s programming system, Oxford.
With the introduction of the printing press into Blighty during the late 1400s, the pace forged ahead. King James VI of Scotland, a Freemason, married the thrones of Scotland and England when he was crowned James I in 1603. In 1611, (Oxford’s) Wadham College’s Invisible College set loose the ‘Authorised King James Bible’, but it must have been translated (and modified) long before. Come 1627, their master encryptor and translator, Francis Bacon, was egging up the concept of a world university and obsequiously being used to gather useful kids to (as it turned out) put through their indoctrination schemes, when he published his work, ‘The New Atlantis’. Not long after this the press gang’s mass media would begin to come into its own.