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Stoning of Apostle Philip, Hierapolis, Phrygia, AD 54, Public Domain Illustration, 1685

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Torture had a beginning.  Let’s first look at the Roman Empire.  (Yes, EVERY century has torture, and psychopaths who seem to enjoy it.)

Here is an example from Italy:   Sewn into a Donkey??  If you’re looking for cruel and unusual forms of torture, you don’t have to look any further than Ancient Rome.

Take, for instance, a torture that was described by both Apuleius (The Golden Ass) and Lucian (Lucius, or the Ass):
A donkey would be killed, its belly sliced open, and the entrails removed.  The accused was then stripped of clothing and stuffed into the animal’s belly.  The belly was stitched closed, leaving only the accused’s head outside, preventing suffocation but prolonging suffering.  The donkey’s body was kept in the sun.  It would begin to decompose—with the living victim inside being cooked by the heat.  Maggots would crawl all over the accused, and vultures would peck at the animal’s decaying flesh.  Death, while welcomed, came slow for the victim of this torture.

Then I found this quote:  “…with the UN Convention against Torture, the rack was now only used by despots.”

This brings torture forward to today, to now.  Indeed… Then the United Nations acted.

This chapter is about population control via mass murder….


They Killed as Many as They could

John Trudell on TRIBES OF EUROPE: (transcript)

Every person is a descendant of a tribe at some point in our ancestral evolution. Collective genetic memory—that is in there, it is encoded in your DNA and for every individual encoded in our individual DNA is the experience from our lineage from the very beginning.  It’s all perceptional reality; we are made of the earth—all my relations—greater spirits, see they don’t pray to men or human form, the closest they came—they pray to spirits they called ancestors.

“And because they prayed to those ancestors for help and guidance, they understood that we are borrowing today, from the past and the future, we are borrowing it from both places. They had this understanding of reality so they knew that in order to keep the balance, that was the purpose. The reason for being was the balance.”

“In the ancestral collective memory in our mind, not one of our ancestors went for the new show, they wouldn’t buy the tickets.  So the show was gonna die but the show decided that, rather then it died, it would make our ancestors die until they accepted the show and this is what happened.”

“It happened to all of us: whatever happened to the Native Americans here, trust me it happened to the tribes of Europe;  you know it started happening to them 3000 years before it happened to us.  So by the time the descendants of the tribes of Europe got here they had it down, they were very efficient, they could do in a couple of hundred years, what took 3000 years in Europe.”

“So in our collective genetic ancestral memory we had the experience of encountering the technological perceptional reality, because somewhere as this thing unfolded and redefined itself as it was spreading all over the planet, a religious perceptional reality was used in order to replace the spiritual perceptional reality because the spiritual perceptional reality is that you are connected to everything, you know, you are connected, but in the religious perceptional reality see you are born committing a crime, so your f*cked for getting here.  We committed a moral crime for getting here, so now we commit to that worldview, coherently to me it is a blatant perceptional altering of how one perceives reality, I mean it is brainwashing intensified at it’s maximum, because our ancestors where forced to see life differently in order to just be physically alive.”

“I would suggest that every person of European descendants go and study, you want to know more about your group, your reality? Go and study your tribal ancestry and see how you got civilised, all right, see? Look at how you got civilised, because terrible things happened:  you know there was the Inquisition.  This inquisition went on for 400 to 500 years; the purpose was to alter the perception of reality of the tribes of Europe, to make them believe and see reality the way the church wanted them to believe and see reality.  The church called it a wage of war for possession of the souls of the godless heathens, and to be a godless heathen you just didn’t believe in god, you weren’t part of that reality.  Or another way to be a godless heathen was to question the authority of the church to do this.  I am not making this up.  This did transpire, this did happen and they killed as many people as they could, I guarantee you, in order to get the other ones to submit.  So they killed as efficiently as they could with the technology they had at their disposal at that time; and because they created a rationalization of why they do it, so it just became as efficient as they could do. And at some point the tribes of Europe no longer knew what it meant to be a human being—they just didn’t know—they didn’t want to know, so the descendants of the tribes of Europe in the end, had to love what they feared, which was there to possess them, see and I think it messed up love in a lot of ways.”


NOTE:  “THEY” are the Elite, The Invisibles… John is attempting to take us beyond civilization back to the tribal, when we lived in small family groups and lived off the land.  Our Hunter-Gatherer ancestry was even before farming and cities. The church erased culture.  Just like he said.


Collective Amnesia: Religious Wars

In 1985, I sat quietly with a Catholic priest after my adoptive father’s funeral and asked him, “Can you tell me, what are the exact differences between the various religions?”  He answered something very vague.

Today it still needs an answer.

The first priest I’d asked was when I was in junior high school; to answer he said I needed to read a few books.  What he gave me was no help at all.  It seems if you want a straight answer, you don’t ask a religious leader like a priest.

Maybe they can’t answer because we’re not supposed to question them?

Or even worse, bring up something like the Inquisition. (No sir, we are not supposed to know.)

While the positive suppression of heresy by ecclesiastical and civil authority in Christian society is as old as the Church, the Inquisition as a distinct ecclesiastical tribunal is of much later origin:


No one is sure exactly how many were killed by the Roman (Catholic) Inquisition but it’s in the millions, mostly women!

Raised Catholic, I was not exactly encouraged to question anything; rather I was expected to blindly believe everything they told me as God’s honest truth.  (You, too?) It really bothered me at Mass when their readings would refer to prophecy but never give us a way to read it ourselves.  No one I knew questioned anything told to us at every mass.

When I was young, I obsessively read about martyrs and saints.  How they became saints, etc., how they died… MILLIONS died brutally because of their religions and beliefs.  (Some still die for their beliefs.)  In the 20th Century, 160 million murders were committed in wars, most often over differences in religious belief.

Religion caused witch hunts, genocidal massacres of Indigenous People across the globe and created some pretty horrific homicidal maniacs and cults.  Religion is very useful to “tyrants” and The Invisibles.

Religion can also cause a collective blindness and amnesia.  It successfully creates a judgment of “others.”  Enough judgment can certainly cause war.  Asking about a certain religion, questioning their belief system, it can get you dispelled from a church, excommunicated or accused of blasphemy and heresy, even killed.

In recent times, Catholic churches would simply whisk their pedophile priests out of view, move them to a new parish and bury the evidence.  Leaders of religions will often subtly excuse or elude (hide) facts, not allowing or teaching their actual history.

Religion seems to be about practicing exclusion, division, dividing us, making someone else the “other.”   They subtly exclude other beliefs and other religious views to make theirs better, best, or most favorable.  (And don’t forget your checkbook every week.)

And by not teaching and preaching about chapters of history where religions were responsible for murder, like the Mormons for example, this makes their followers pretty ignorant of truth, right?  You don’t see many Mormons revealing the tenets of their “faith” or history and they actually exclude others from looking at it.

September 11, 1857: Mormon militia, some dressed as Indians, and Paiute tribesmen killed and plundered unarmed members of the Baker-Fancher emigrant wagon train. [*Bagley, Will (2002). Blood of the Prophets: Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-3426-7.]

We are not aware of our collective amnesia as a whole. If the majority of people were exposed to a timeline of religious massacres, they’d probably question all they know and their reliance on their religions, books and leaders.

How do you create terror?  Torture works.  Sorcery (mind control via propaganda) is another tool.


Hanging of Evangelist Luke, Greece, AD 93, Jan Luyken Date: 1684 (PUBLIC DOMAIN)



Saint Bartholomew

Bartholomew was one of the Twelve Apostles and was a missionary in what is now Iran, Turkey, Armenia, Ethiopia, and Mesopotamia.  After the brother of the king of Armenia converted, the king called for Bartholomew’s death. That death was by being flayed, which means his skin was totally removed from his body in strips. He was also beheaded, for good measure. (Images: Pinterest)

Saint Margaret Clitherow

Margaret was imprisoned for harboring priests and having mass said secretly in her home. When she wouldn’t renounce her faith, she was pressed to death. This meant she was stretched out on a sharp rock and pressed with a door that had heavy weights on it until she died.

SOURCE: Gruesome Deaths of the Saints

There is no such thing as a saint.  It’s invented.  Sainthood is a sales tool for the Vatican.  They are dead people who were victimized and died for their strong beliefs or no beliefs.  They were murdered… period.


How many Christians were killed in the Colosseum in Rome?

Two thousand years ago, Christians were tortured and killed in the Colosseum for refusing to renounce their faith in Christ.  (Here we go again!)

Starting in 250 AD, empire-wide persecution took place as an indirect consequence of an edict by the Roman Emperor Decius.  This edict was in force for eighteen months, during which time some Christians were killed while others apostatized (they renounced their faith) to escape execution.  How many people died at the Roman Colosseum?  There were also re-enactments of famous battles and executions held in the amphitheatre.  The amphitheatre was used for entertainment (?) for 390 years.  During this time more than 400,000 people died inside the Colosseum.  It’s also estimated that about 1,000,000 animals died in the Colosseum as well.  By 200AD, the faith had permeated most regions of the Roman Empire, though Christians were mostly in the larger urban areas (Gaul, Lyons, Carthage, Rome). By 325, an estimated 7 million were Christians with as many as 2 million killed for the faith.   In 313 AD, Emperor Constantine legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire. A religion developed on the belief in the coming of the Christ (Messiah in Judaism), Christianity started as a denomination in Judaism based on the teachings of Jesus, a young Jewish rabbi in Nazareth.

Myths are designed to mask the truth

“Ancient Rome learnt much from ancient Greeks in developing political philosophy and in controlling its populace especially through the Tool of Theatre to disseminate propaganda; however, Rome’s leaders took propaganda to new heights … the reasoning behind so much investment in constructing the Coliseum was Rome’s leaders subversively communicated their ideas using entertainment, to misinform the Plebeian mob without whose backing they had no power. Leaders are puppets for the real rulers behind the scenes, whose outlook of religious and political indoctrination hasn’t yet crawled out of the Bronze-Age—whereby one can determine the orientation of the hidden Rulers by looking at how their flock has been herded to focus upon certain symbolic stimuli of Mythic focus, which hasn’t really changed at all over 2000 years when Rome’s Empire was very much at the fore of world events.”—Mark Dunn

Divinity and the Roman Empire

di·vin·i·ty: the state of being a god : the state of being divine: a god or goddess: the formal study of religion, religious practices, and religious beliefs

Can’t Americans see the eerie uncanny resemblance to the Roman Empire?  I see it.  What was a common practice in early America?  Why yes, torture, lynching and burning people alive. And slavery and genocide. First, you have to think about WHO you are praying to…and who put them there.  The Invisibles do see themselves as gods, as royals, as rulers.

Believing in one god or any god or even a pagan god could get you slaughtered…

In Ancient Rome, one tenth of one percent held all political and social power, with senators and governors its ruling class.  Concepts that originated in the Roman constitution live on today.  America borrowed checks and balances, the separation of powers, vetoes, filibusters, quorum requirements, term limits, impeachments, the powers of the purse, and regularly scheduled elections.  Even block voting found in the electoral college, originate in the Roman constitution. Who in America knows that Roman Law is rooted in the Etruscan religion, emphasizing ritual??  English and North American common lawwere influenced greatly by Roman law.

How little has changed?  Many parts of this planet still have the same rulers who have maintained power for generations, even centuries.  Even the American “treaty” with tribes of Indigenous people is an invention of Rome! 

Here in America, a land of opportunity for boatloads of immigrants, they had the chance to be different.   Yet we see they became workers (and slaves) who will destroy acres, pollute land, sky and water and rob other people, just to make rich people richer.

Divinity didn’t have a name or place in Indian Country.  Divinity was brought over on the boats.

Persecution by Emperors Diocletian and Maximus, AD 301 Jan Luyken Date: 1685 


These aristocratic Romans enjoyed such savagery, feeding people to lions and other animals.  They enslaved others.  They adopted male heirs.  Even death and torture was entertainment.  America’s prison system is similarly cruel.

“Owning or killing people was as natural to Romans as water running downhill… Who can comprehend a father tossing an infant into the village dung heap for being female, sick or a surplus mouth to feed.  The Romans were not offended, especially if the father followed the law and invited five neighbors to examine the baby before he left it to die,” according to Lewis Lord, author of “Bread and Circuses in the Year One: Life Under Augustus was dirty, brutal and short.” (page 76 – 79, The Ancient World, Mysteries of History, US News and World Report Special Edition, 2004.)

The Invisibles (again)

Those Ancients seem so familiar: like a MAFIA…, right?  The Roman family was called familia, from which Latin word ‘family’ is derived. The familia could include the triad: two parents and children (biological or adopted), as well as slaves and grandparents.  (See Jane F. Gardner’s “Family and Familia in Roman Law and Life” reviewed by Richard Saller in The American Historical Review, Vol. 105, No. 1. (Feb., 2000), pp. 260-261.)  The adoption of male children brought families together and allowed continuity for certain families to RULE and carry on their family name.  This is a patriarchy—men rule the family.  Men believed children were not human until they walked and talked in Roman times.

Again, it doesn’t seem much has changed.  Historians “think” a combination of factors caused the fall of Rome:  Christianity, decadence, lead poisoning, monetary trouble, and military problems.  Other says drought.  One empire, Rome, simply moved to another Empire (UK), and kept on going.  American has become the home of world dominance, fear and corruption like the Roman Empire.

Apostle Bartholomew Skinned Alive and Beheaded, Armenia, AD 70 (FREE IMAGE in the public domain)

Misogyny and Witch Hunts

I do hope COLLECTIVE AMNESIA has made you think and how we might connect the dots of the PAST to deliver us to the PRESENT.

Imagine this: faith-based churches use very old books for preaching their tenets and beliefs, as if their age alone makes the book sacred—and we are to BELIEVE their words (and rules) were somehow sent directly from their gods.  As a matter of fact, it seems the book is more important than GOD!  These (holy?) rule books are generally unquestioned and not viewed as religious propaganda, nor is it revealed how the books were doctored and amended by political forces over centuries.

Misogyny or “hate for females” in many countries holds and is still practiced (one example is in the Middle East); male followers would rather shoot a little girl in the head than let their little daughters learn in schools.

Does that particular religion (which rules that country) believe women are not capable of learning?  What book (or books) or prophets are they following and WHO do they believe and why?  What religion or religious book is worth a belief system of murder and how does it serve its followers who are not male?

What exactly is the hatred of women?

Misogyny /mɪˈsɒdʒɪni/ is the hatred or dislike of women or girls. Misogyny can be manifested in numerous ways, including sexual discrimination, denigration of women, violence against women, and sexual objectification of women.  Misogyny has been characterised as a prominent feature of the mythologies of the ancient world as well as of various religions. In addition, many influential Western philosophers have been described as misogynistic.

I am not surprised this hatred of women was passed down from generation to generation, subtly in rule books and tenets of churches to control their followers.  They also create a devil to scare believers into submission.


“Early Christian theologians attributed to the Devil responsibility for persecution, heresy, witchcraft, sin, natural disasters, human calamities, and whatever else went wrong.  One tragic consequence of this was a tendency to demonize people accused of wrongs.  At the instance of ecclesiastical leaders, the state burned heretics and witches; burning symbolizing the fate deserved by the demonic.  Popular fears, stirred to fever pitch in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, sustained frenzied efforts to wipe out heretics, witches, and unbelievers, especially Jews…”—Hinson, “Historical and Theological Perspectives on Satan”, Review & Expositor (89.4.475), (Fall 1992).

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While witch-hunts only became common after 1400 AD, an important legal step that would make this development possible occurred in 1326, when Pope John XXII authorized the Inquisition to persecute witchcraft (mostly women who were labelled pagan) as a type of heresy.

American anthropologist, Marvin Harris, in his work, ‘Cows, Pigs, Wars, and Witches’ (1973), states witches were used as scapegoats—victimized by the Church and secular male lords to focus and divert public furor at a time of economic dislocation and uproar:  “The practical significance of the witch mania therefore was that it shifted responsibility for the crisis of late medieval society from both Church and state to imaginary demons in human form.”

American suffragette Matilda Joslyn Gage had claimed that nine million women had been killed in the European witch trials.  (Divert is another way to distract us from what they were really doing behind the scenes…)  I read the book by Marvin Harris and I do recommend it!

Male church leaders (run by INVISIBLES and their priest/lords) controlled with fear, and murdered women in cold blood.

Since 1993 the city council of 17 German and 2 Swiss cities have issued a resolution to exonerate the victims of their local WITCH HUNTS and have put up commemorative plaques.  The City Council of Düsseldorf issued a resolution in November 2011 to exonerate the victims of the witches craft trials and the City Council of Cologne exonerated Katharina Henot and the other victims of the persecution of witches in Cologne on June 28, 2012.   The victims of the witch craft trials of Salem, Massachusetts have been exonerated consecutively in 1711, in 1957 and in 2001.



A 7,000-year-old mass grave holding at least 26 adults and children, many of them with smashed skulls and broken legs, is likely evidence of an early Neolithic massacre, a new study finds.

Researchers discovered a rectangular grave in Germany in 2006, during a road construction project at Schöneck-Kilianstädten, 12 miles northeast of Frankfurt.  Evidence supports the idea that the grave holds massacre victims.  Researchers have also uncovered two other mass graves — a “death pit” with 34 bodies in Talheim, Germany, and the remains of at least 67 individuals at Asparn/Schletz, Austria — that date to the early Neolithic period in central Europe, between 5600 BC and 4900 BC.  All three graves are linked to the Linearbandkeramik (LBK) culture, a group named for the linear ornaments on their pottery.  The LBK originally came from the Middle East, and brought sheep, goats and other domesticated animals with them as they began setting up farms and small villages in central Europe.  The early Neolithic was a fairly violent period of time, said Mark Golitko, a research scientist of anthropological archaeology the Field Museum in Chicago, who was not involved in the study. The study was published online (Aug. 17 2015) in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. []




The Church of Rome, both at Rome and in Constantinople, and its offshoots became the greatest persecutor of the Churches of God in all the world and became drunk on the blood of the saints, writes scholar Wade Cox.


Stoned: Prophets Naboth (1Kgs. 21:13), Zechariah—son of Jehoiada the priest (2Chr. 24:20,21), and Jeremiah after the scene in Pathros, according to the Gemara.  Other prophets were killed by the sword.  The priests and prophets were also put to the sword on the orders of Saul in the pursuit of David.  The apostle Paul would also die in like manner afterwards.  Of the original Twelve Apostles, John, Matthew, Jude and Simon died natural deaths. The others were martyred for the faith in various manners, often by crucifixion.   The other brother of Christ, James or Yakob, was martyred as were the more distant cousins such as Simeon and Linus ap Caradog, first bishop of Rome, and the list of martyrs seems endless.  SOURCE: Wade Cox, Christian Churches of God (2013) Death of the Prophets and Saints (No. 122C)—CCG › weblibs › study-papers › p122c.html

(Public Domain Drawings) Romans, Minoans, Egyptians — All of them are the same, they are The Invisibles.



The Bolsheviks were ferocious. The October Revolution, officially known as the Great October Socialist Revolution under the Soviet Union, was a revolution in Russia led by the Bolshevik Party of Vladimir Lenin that was instrumental in the larger Russian Revolution of 1917–1923.

Carefully constructed Bolshevik techniques are being used now by design, not by accident.  Lenin said, “get the little farmers all onboard here, to terrify them into submission, to give up all their crops, all their rights and their property, and their religion, and to accept us as the dominant force of government.”  He says just go into little towns and villages, pick people who are looked up to, just pick out a few of them, maybe five per village or more, and horribly execute them.  And order that everybody attend their execution.  And that is what they did: they cut the intestines, the small intestines, the lower part, where it attached to the large intestine, and brought it out of the abdomen.  They would tie the intestine to posts in town and make the person walk round and round and round as it unraveled.  This is the truth, folks.  I know it’s VERY unpleasant.  But you understand: horror always repeats itself unless you’re willing to look at horror in the face.  Otherwise you’re not going to stop it happening again.  And they watched them until the people just fell down dead.  Horrible terrible pain.  And believe you me, that technique had everybody on their knees to Communism very quickly.  Horrible, isn’t it?  This isn’t made up. You can find the old writings, disclosed stuff from the old Communist archives too, in the Soviet Union.  Folk don’t change so quickly, unless it’s done through terror and fear. –Alan Watt  (see more later)

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(Microsoft ClipArt Photo: Rasputin)
At the start of the 20th century, Russia was  one of the world’s largest and most powerful empires.  Its landmass stretched from Europe to Asia and spanned one-sixth of the globe. Its population exceeded 100 million people, including dozens of ethnic and language groups.  Its peacetime standing army was the largest in the world.

“I wish to make known to the Russian people, to Papa [Nicholas II] the Russian mother and to the children, to the land of Russia, what they must understand.  If I am killed by common assassins, and especially by my brothers the Russian peasants, you, Tsar of Russia, have nothing to fear, remain on your throne and govern… But if I am murdered by nobles and if they shed my blood, their hands will remain soiled with my blood, for twenty-five years they will not wash their hands from my blood.  They will leave Russia.  Brothers will kill brothers… if it was your relations who have wrought my death then no one of your family, that is to say, none of your children or relations, will remain alive for more than two years.”—Grigori Rasputin, in a 1916 letter to the tsarina   

Nicholas II (1868-1918) was the last tsar of Russia, reigning from November 1894 until his overthrow in March 1917.

TWO YEARS LATER: Nicholas along with his family were detained by the Provisional Government and then the Bolsheviks, before the Romanoffs were executed in Ekaterinburg in July 1918.  Alexandra’s friendship with the mysterious Grigori Rasputin disrupted and undermined the tsarist regime, particularly in its final year. Though Nicholas was more suspicious of Rasputin and his behavior, he allowed the continued presence of the Siberian faith healer in the royal court in order to placate his wife. The men later involved in the plot to kill the dissolute holy man, claimed that Rasputin was a member of the “Green Hand,” or the Green Dragon Secret Society, a secret order.


NAZI TORTURE in the 1930s?

The Guillotine:

The death room at Plötzensee — The guillotine can be seen in the foreground, and the gallows in the background.

Nazi Party employed it extensively—twenty guillotines were in use in Germany which, from 1938, included Austria.  In Nazi Germany, beheading by guillotine was the usual method of executing convicted criminals as opposed to political enemies, who were usually either hanged or shot.  An exception was made for the six members of the White Rose anti-Nazi resistance organization, who were beheaded in 1943.  The Nazis have been estimated to have guillotined some 40,000 people in Germany and Austria—possibly more than were beheaded during the French Revolution.

Women Saints Who Defied the Patriarchy

Many men tried to oppress St. Margaret, but to no avail. She rejected marriage proposals and sexual advances, so the men in power tortured and imprisoned her.  The devil even snuck into her cell, took took the form of a dragon and swallowed her up. But she deftly irritated his guts, and he vomited her up unharmed.  Subsequent attempts to burn her to death and drown her both failed.  St. Margaret was tougher than all the male forces that tried to fuck with her.  Medieval women venerated her for strength (amidst misogyny).




Vermont eugenics: When our branding wasn’t so sweet | Rutland Reader

[AMAZING] Excerpt: …Founded in 1925 by University of Vermont Zoology Professor Henry F. Perkins, the Eugenics Survey of Vermont was built on the “belief in the existence of racial stereotypes,” and “accepted the myth that certain people (particularly those of northern Europe) possess a monopoly of desired characteristics, and thought that human differences were invariably caused by heredity.”

Armed with these beliefs, Perkins and his supporters went out into the hills and valleys of Vermont searching for, studying and analyzing the so-called data on the “pirate families,” those who lived on houseboats and had French-Canadian ancestry; “gypsy families,” those with the dark-skin of African-American, Abenaki or French-Canadian descent; “chorea families,” those with the illness Huntington’s Chorea; and other “defectives.” (Hunting them down? OMG)

The categorization of these “inadequates” included: illiterate, illegitimate, insane, thief, queer, pauper, immoral, dishonest, rapist, sex offender, syphilitic, untruthful, epileptic, twin, stillborn, dependent, alcoholic, speech defect, “just not right,” harelip, “a little odd,” sloppy, light-fingered, “smoked and chewed at age 12,” wild, wanderer, cruel, deserted husband or wife, one-eyed, tuberculosis, poor memory, breach of peace, shiftless, degenerate.     [OK OK… I am several of these, including illegitimate/adopted.  How about you?]

Well well well… A Zoology Professor was in charge of eugenics in Vermont—this explains so much… His worldview of Indians was obviously “wild savages.”  Again, I bet you never heard this news/history in your textbooks and I know this kind of His-Story shocks people in a bad way.

In a shocking little booklet (click for PDF) titled “Ancient Eugenics” written in 1913 by “late scholar” Allen G. Roper, this incrementalism is further elaborated upon. The way to build this future eugenic state, Roper argues, is not by an open decree or oppressive measures.  For the trick to work, it must be a thing of the long haul.


Author Jurriaan Maessen

Eugenics existed for countless millenniums.  Now, in the last fifty years or so, the mainstream media will make you believe eugenics does not exist—or that perhaps it once existed, but is now banned from civilized society (whatever that means). It’s a conspiracy theory, they claim.

To understand where the eugenics movement of the early 20st century—and by extension the Rockefeller-funded environmental movement of today, draw their inspiration from, the following quote must be read in its entirety:

The Ancients attempted to combat the wasteful processes of Nature by eliminating the non-viable at birth; our efforts, on the contrary, have been directed to the prolongation of their lives.  Instead of sacrificing the unfit in the interests of the fit, we have employed every resource of modern science “to keep alight the feeble flame of life in the baseborn child of a degenerate parent.”” (…) “There is the female infanticide of China and the Isles of the Southern Pacific, the male infanticide of the Abipones of Paraguay, and the indiscriminate massacre of the Gagas, who, killing every child alike, steal from a neighbouring tribe.  There are the Indians who offer up children to Moloch or drown them in the Ganges; the Carthaginians sacrifice them to Kronos, the Mexicans to the rain god. There is the murder of twins and albinos in Arebo, and the cannibalism of the Aborigines.  In Mingrelia, ” when they have not the wherewithal to maintain them, they hold it a piece of charity to murder infants new born.”  There are the Biluchi, who kill all their natural children, and there is the modern factor of shame. Co-existing with all these various practices there is the definitely Eugenic motive.  Among the Aborigines, all deformed children are killed as soon as born.  The savages of Guiana kill any child that is “deformed, feeble, or bothersome.”  The Fans kill all sickly children.  In Central America “it is suspected that infant murder is responsible for the rarity of the deformed.”  In Tonquin we hear of a law which forbids the exposing or strangling of children, be they ever so deformed.  In Japan, deformed children were killed or reared according to the father’s pleasure.  Among the Prussians the aged and infirm, the sick and deformed, were unhesitatingly put to death.”

“Unhesitatingly put to death”, thus ends the quote.  The biocrats who pull the strings within the scientific dictatorship are very much aware of the origins of their belief-system, firmly rooted in the ancient practice of infanticide.  Eugenicist Allen G. Roper continues to say modern eugenicists have refined the ancient practices of primitive man to the degree that in modern times the state is the deciding factor. (Biocrats is another word for THE ELITES!)


“Limitation of numbers, though it does not itself constitute “aggeneration” of the race, improves to a considerable degree the individuals of which the race is constituted. When the undesired children are out of the way, more attention can be paid to the desired. The savage bred recklessly, compensating his recklessness by infanticide, but a natural law of civilization has superseded the artificial law of primitive man. Control of reproduction, and resulting from it a falling birth-rate and a diminished death-rate, is a tendency which, first showing itself in Imperial Rome, is conspicuous today in every civilized community.”

Roper also mentions the obsession of the biocrats, including Plato, with numbers:

“Obsessed by the idea of the mean and a mystic doctrine of numbers, he (Plato) would fix the number of the state at an unalterable 8,000. To attain this static equilibrium the guardians are to regulate the number of marriages.”

The idea that numbers have a mystical dimension is prevalent amongst biocrats. The before-mentioned statement is also reminiscent of the Georgia Guidestones, which reads:

“Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.”

“(…) there is”, Roper continues, “the question of the numbers of the population.  It is no definitely Eugenic conception that leads to the limitation of 5,040: there is a certain Malthusian element, and something of a prepossession with a mystical doctrine of numbers.”

Although Roper invokes the Platonic way of conducting eugenics—quick and openly—he states that to the modern eugenicist “the chronic pauper is the victim of the germ-plasm—heredity.”

“With increased knowledge to justify restrictions”, Roper explains, “the modern state may be purged of the pauper more slowly, but no less surely, than the Platonic state of the Laws.”

…In closing: the ultimate assault on mankind is chiefly biocratic in origin; eugenicists throughout the last centuries have been pioneers in the field of bio-genetic research, promoting draconian population policies under the name of “global health”.  It is a practice, rather, that has been tried and tested by many civilizations and tribes in earth’s history—and now perfected at the hands of a scientific elite hellbent on seizing the human body, constricting the human mind, and by doing so, subdue all of mankind.

Jurriaan Maessen’s post first appeared on his blog,

Forced Sterilizations

Choice and Coercion:  Birth Control, Sterilization, and Abortion in Public Health and Welfare By Johanna Schoen

In 2003, North Carolina became the third U.S. state to apologize and the first to call for compensation to victims of state-ordered sterilizations carried out between 1929 and 1975.  The decision was prompted largely by a series of articles in the Winston-Salem Journal. The stories were inspired in part by the meticulous research of Johanna Schoen, who was granted unique access to the papers of the North Carolina Eugenics Board and to summaries of the case histories of nearly 7600 victims–men, women, and children as young as ten years old — most of whom had been sterilized without their consent.  In 2011, a gubernatorial task force held public hearings to gather testimony from the victims and their families before recommending in early 2012 that each living victim be granted $50,000 compensation. The restitution proposal requires legislative approval before funds can be dispersed.

In this UNC Press Short, excerpted from Choice and Coercion, Schoen explains the legal construction of North Carolina’s sterilization program, which lasted far longer than similar programs in other states, and demonstrates through the stories of several women how the state was able to deny women who were poor, uneducated, African American, or promiscuous reproductive autonomy in multiple ways.

“…War!  They are war-like.  And we have to understand that the American Corporate State got to where it’s at through the act of war.  The next war… you wanna worry, you wanna think about a war?  The next war that you better be concerned about is the one that they’re gonna fight here. Here in the continental United States.  They have fought many wars here. They fought us all along, see, because we said ‘it’s ours and you haven’t got a right to it.’  They fought us. Now you all are claiming that it’s yours under this illusionary concept of private ownership of property and they’re gonna fight you. But they’re going to call it “national security” and “national energy crisis.”  They’re going to call it “constitutional rights” and they’re gonna call it “judicial proceedings.”  They’re going to nationalize… you know, your military coupe is going to come there.  They’re going to nationalize the police departments, there’s your military coupe. In the name of “violence.” “Rising crime.”  But all we must do is look in the corporate office and see the rising crime that is taking place there and nobody’s going to jail for it.  So we’ve got to understand that they are arming themselves to wage a war against us and it’s going to be called the war of “law and order.”  Because they’re twisting it around….”—the late Santee Sioux Author Activist John Trudell

“This 1926 Eugenics Exhibits Sums Up What the Elite Think About You and Your Family”

Aside from the Eugenics Record Office set up at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, the movement would train and send case workers around the country to take family pedigrees and compile data used to argue who had good breeding or not and who deserved the right to reproduce or not.  They set up exhibits at county fairs for “public education” on eugenic matters.  They would even sponsor something called “Better Baby” and “Fitter Family” contests at these fairs to judge “human stock” the way other organizations attending county fairs judged other things like prize pigs and heirloom tomatoes.

Again, eugenics didn’t end when it fell out of favor because of the Nazis during World War II; it was simply forced to go underground.  It got renamed and buried in more benign scientific sounding areas, like genetics, human ecology, and bioethics.

The Rockefeller Foundation and other ELITE family foundations quietly continued their quest for population control of the general “riff raff” through different means.

Read this BLOG: “This 1926 Eugenics Exhibits Sums Up What the Elite Think About You and Your Family”

PS: My ancestry includes French Canadian from Quebec/Ottawa which makes me so very happy to be alive…  Call me Pirate Trace who is still “a little odd…”





Inscriptions on the base of base of a statue at Amenhotep III’s Memorial Temple lists a number of cities located in the Aegean under the headings of Keftiu and Tanaja (identified as Mainland Greece). Interestingly, the first two it lists for Keftiu (Crete) are Amun-Sah (Amnisa) and Ka-Anu-Sah (Kunusa). These are respectively, Amnisos (the ancient port of Knossos) and Knossos itself.

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