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:
Continue to part four