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Old 23-03-2012, 04:05 AM   #41
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Question Has history been tampered with


The consensual chronology we live with was essentially crafted in the 16th century by Jesuits. Ancient history is based on documents, manuscripts, printed books, paintings, monuments and artefacts called primary sources. The problem is that neither these primary sources, nor events described therein can be irrefutably dated, moreover they contradict each other for the most part...
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Old 23-03-2012, 04:24 AM   #42
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Ezekiel is a PISO'ED creation

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"The New Testament, the Church and Christianity, were all the creation of the Calpurnius Piso (pronounced Peso) family, who were Roman aristocrats. The New Testament and all the characters in it ­ Jesus, all the Josephs, all the Marys, all the disciples, apostles, Paul, John the Baptist ­ all are fictional. The Pisos created the story and the characters; they tied the story to a specific time and place in history; and they connected it with some peripheral actual people, such as the Herods, Gamaliel, the Roman procurators, etc. But Jesus and everyone involved with him were created (that is fictional!) characters.

"In the middle of the first century of the present era, Rome's aristocracy felt itself confronted with a growing problem. The Jewish religion was continuing to grow in numbers, adding ever more proselytes. Jews numbered more than 8,000,000, and were 10% of the population of the empire ...Repeatedy, religious-minded Judaean zealots were staging insurrections against the Herodian rulers of Judaea who were Piso's wife's relations. ...The Pisos searched for a solution to the two problems. They found it in the Jewish holy books, which were the foundation both for the rapid spread of the religion and for the zealots' refusal to be governed by Rome's puppets. The Pisos mocked, but marveled at, the Jewish belief in their holy books. Therefore, they felt a new "Jewish" book would be the ideal method to pacify the Judaeans and strenghten their inlaws' control of the country.

"The Jesus figure which Piso creates is a composite. ...Piso plagiarized the Hebrew scriptures.

"In addition to creating Jesus in literature, Piso created for himself another famous literary role, that of a purported Jewish general and then historian: Flavious Josephus. ...Piso is known publicly in history only under his pen name of Flavious Josepus. He does not appear as Arius Calpurnius Piso."

Christ
The Name "Christ" in Greek is "XPISTOS" > X(alpurnius) Piso
some historians, use CHREST, with an E, XPESTO, because Piso, is pronounced PESO, with an E, and those Historians are also PISO'S themselves.

Josephus
JOSEPH is a favorite secret name of Arius Calpurnius PISO. One of Piso's top guises (pen names) outside the bible is Flavius JOSEPhus, Osep < PESO/PISO, backwards,

The River of Piso

Genesis 2:11
The name of the first is the Pishon; it winds through the entire land of Havilah, where there is gold.

Scholar have NOT identified the River "Pishon", WHY?, because it Never Existed

PISHON is PEISON, greek version of name PISO, and "Gold" is Yellow, and in Latin, its "Flavus" , "Flavius", because they Pisons Family had merged with the "Flavians", and the New Testament was created by Arius Calpurnius PISO who was a FLAVIAN, whom deliberately edited the Torah to support there New Religion, take note, that "River Piso" is where the Gold is, because the Pisons where the Riches people in Rome.

Why Create a Religion

Simply put, there could have been no royalty without a god or gods to ordain them as such.
And so, those who sought to control others and gain power over them created ‘gods’ to
facilitate that. Let me explain…
Absolute rubbish.


So the Pisos wrote Genesis did they?

Despite the fact that it predates them by at least 1500 years....


Clearly not dealing with a student of history here.....

Go back to your day job.

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Matthew 1:18 Now the birth of ARRIUS PISO was on this wise: When as his mother ARRIA LIVIA  was espoused to GAIUS PISO, before they came together, she was found with child of the GOD,
The man's mad.

What are you doing changing the names from the new-testament to suit this totally groundless theory?


This isn't research, this is the manic-phase of bipolar disorder.


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I suppose that John the Baptist's real name was Naugtious Maximus, Joseph was Biggus Dickus and Mary Magdalene was really called Incontinentia Buttocks?
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Roman Piso - You have been posting this theory about the Pisos `inventing' Christianity here for years now - but you still haven't shown where Jesus Christ's TEACHINGS - the LOVE - the FORGIVENESS -the NONVIOLENCE - the REJECTION of all the iconic hallmark practices of pagan religions of that time - most notably blood sacrifice, where did the MORAL BASIS of Christianity COME FROM?

IF Calpurnius Piso invented Christianity - this morality should be reflected in his writings but it is NOT.

Caesar was a mass killer and enslaver. During Caesar's reign in Gaul - he killed or enslaved over ONE MILLION Celts. Tacitus - They create a wasteland and call it peace. So Caesar could NOT have been the prototype for Jesus, no matter how many coins you put up here.

Although I am open to the possibility that the Pisos MAY have had some influence on the later, Vulgate Bible when it comes to signs and symbols, the great body of Jesus teachings remain intact and bear no resemblance to your claims.

If anything the Roman Pisos may have been involved with promoting MITHRAISM which is falsely being pushed by the `Astro-theologists' as a prototype for Jesus. Mithraism fits the Roman Pisos because the iconic practice of Mithraism is the sacrifice of a bull and the devotees bathing in its blood (tauroctony). Indeed Mithra is usually portrayed with a big knife, stabbing a bull in the neck. This was what Rome was all about - BLOOD SACRIFICE. The mass slaughter/sacrifice of the gladiatorial arena was the `philosophy' of Caesar and the Romans understood it very well. NOT this new Christian goodness.

Furthermore there are no extant writings about the teachings or philosophy of Mithraism, very telling, because the Pisos had no philosophy beyond the pagan religions of cruelty and mass blood sacrifice practiced in that day.

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@Roman Piso et al: `Cicillians were followers of MITHRA in Asia Minor/Turkey. It is from the name Cicillians that the term CATHOLIC comes from.
Just because Catholic starts with a `C'? No Catholic is GREEK.

Definition of Catholic:

Origin: < Latin catholicus < Greek katholikós general, equivalent to kathól ( ou ) universally (contraction of phrase katà hólou - according to the whole; see cata-, holo-) + -ikos -ic

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What are you doing changing the names from the new-testament to suit this totally groundless theory?

Who wrote the new testament and the Bible Ep.



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Conquered by the cross...

The Christian Church is a farce founded on a fantasy. If anyone requires confirmation of how easy it is for the few to control the masses, they need look no further than the billions of people who have worshipped the fairy tales peddled these past 2,000 years by men in long frocks. And what goes for Christianity goes for the rest of them, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and all the rest.


Christopher Marlowe published a translation of Book I, while Thomas May followed with a complete translation into heroic couplets in 1626. The success of this translation led May to write a Latin continuation of Lucan's incomplete poem. The seven books of May's effort take the story through to Caesar's assassination.


The consensual chronology we live with was essentially crafted in the 16th century by Jesuits.



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Istanbul (historically Byzantium and Constantinople)...During its long history, Istanbul has served as the capital of the Roman Empire (330–395), the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire (395–1204 and 1261–1453), the Latin Empire (1204–1261), and the Ottoman Empire (1453–1922). When the new Republic of Turkey was proclaimed in 1923 Ankara was chosen as its capital.


Constantinople was founded by the Roman Emperor Constantine I on the site of an already-existing city, Byzantium...

Constantinople had a large amount of artistic and literary treasure before it was SACKED in 1204 and 1453...

The Siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 AD was the decisive event of the First Jewish-Roman War...The siege ended with the SACKING of the city and the destruction of its famous Second Temple.

The Siege (SACKING) of Jerusalem took place from June 7 to July 15, 1099 during the First Crusade.

The SACK of Jerusalem is an incident described in the bible's First Book of Kings, and, with some differences, in the Second Book of Chronicles.

The Iliupersis (Greek: Ἰλίου πέρσις, Iliou persis, "Sack of Ilium"), also known as The SACK of Troy, is a lost epic of ancient Greek literature.The Iliou persis was probably composed in the seventh century BCE, but there is much uncertainty.

The SACK of Rome on 6 May 1527 was a military event carried out by the mutinous troops of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor in Rome, then part of the Papal States.

Byzantine power is spread to many regions of the Occident and the Orient. Here are the femy-provinces of the imperial center. Note: a Fema (singular, Femy is plural) is a militarily administrated province. Each is to a significant measure an independent state formation, but headed by a Byzantine governor-general a king, a tsar, a prince and is a vassal of New Rome of Constantinople. Among the femy-provinces are Egypt, Rus, Turkey, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and others. The nature of the submission of the femy to the imperial center is rather flexible. One of the features of the submission is the payment of tribute to New Rome.
The femy are united by a common religion. New Rome is a widely recognized religious center. It is Jerusalem, the Holy City....Russian mathematician, A. Fomenko, and his associate, G. Nosovskiy.


Created in 1422 by Cristoforo Buondelmonti, this is the oldest surviving map of Constantinople and the only one that predates the Ottoman conquest.

Cristoforo Buondelmonti (1386 - c. 1430) was an Italian monk and traveler, and a pioneer in promoting first-hand knowledge... of Greece and its antiquities throughout the Western world.



The historic peninsula is said to be built on seven hills, each topped by an imperial mosque, surrounded by 22 kilometers (14 mi) of city walls; the largest of these hills is the site of Topkapı Palace on the Sarayburnu.

The Seven Hills of Rome ( Sette colli di Roma) east of the river Tiber form the geographical heart of Rome, within the walls of the ancient city.

But strange as it may seem, the City of Jerusalem as it existed in the time of Christ Jesus was also reckoned to be the "City of Seven Hills." This fact was well recognized in Jewish circles. In the Pirke de-Rabbi Eliezer, an 8th century midrashic narrative (section 10), the writer mentioned without commentary (showing that the understanding was well known and required no defense) that "Jerusalem is situated on seven hills" (recorded in The Book of Legends, edited by Bialik and Ravnitzky, p. 371, paragraph 111). And, so it was. Those "seven hills" are easy to identify.



Because the only truth you know is what you get over this tube. Right now, there is a whole, an entire generation that never knew anything that didn't come out of this tube! This tube is the Gospel, the ultimate revelation. This tube is the most awesome God-damned force in the whole godless world, and woe is us if it ever falls in to the hands of the wrong people...

We know the air is unfit to breathe and our food is unfit to eat, and we sit watching our TV's while some local newscaster tells us that today we had fifteen homicides and sixty-three violent crimes, as if that's the way it's supposed to be. We know things are bad - worse than bad. They're crazy. It's like everything everywhere is going crazy, so we don't go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller, and all we say is, 'Please, at least leave us alone in our living rooms...

Television is a circus, a carnival, a traveling troupe of acrobats, storytellers, dancers, singers, jugglers, side-show freaks, lion tamers, and football players. We're in the boredom-killing business! So if you want the truth... Go to God! Go to your gurus! Go to yourselves! Because that's the only place you're ever going to find any real TRUTH.



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The Predecessors of the Masons are the "Pisons", who are the Roman-Elite Ruling Class of the Roman Empire, who are responsible for the Creation of Christianity and the Modern form of Judaism, and laid the foundations for "Freemasonry"...
Despite my facetious comment earlier, having reread his posts with an open mind I now realise that Roman Piso has discovered something of real historical importance and he has put together a very strong case.

Rather than dismissing it I urge everyone to go back over these three pages and read his theory with an open mind.

It is very persuasive. I think the large amount of evidence he has accumulated proves that the Pisons really were the ancestors of Modern Freemasons.
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Roman Piso, can you give your thoughts on how the Loch Ness Monster might fit in to all this?

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The teachings of Jesus where already in the works of OVID and PLATO, the
Word of Julius Caesar and the Mind of the Authors

Read OVID - good teaching in there
http://etext.virginia.edu/latin/ovid/trans/Ovhome.htm

You could say Yoda teaching are good, but Yoda is the creation of an Author, like Yahzeus
From your link to OVID - How did the writings of OVID act as a foundation on a similar level of Love and Forgiveness as Jesus the Christ? I don't see the connections here at all. You could go to Buddhism or the Hindu Vedas and find a much closer moral foundation and teachings.

-66 The death of Orpheus

While the poet of Thrace, with songs like these, drew to himself the trees, the souls of wild beasts, and the stones that followed him, see, how the frenzied Ciconian women, their breasts covered with animal skins, spy Orpheus from a hilltop, as he matches songs to the sounding strings. One of them, her hair scattered to the light breeze, called: ‘Behold, behold, this is the one who scorns us!’ and hurled her spear at the face of Apollo’s poet, as he was singing. Tipped with leaves, it marked him, without wounding. The next missile was a stone, that, thrown through the air, was itself overpowered by the harmony of voice and lyre, and fell at his feet, as though it were begging forgiveness for its mad audacity. But in fact the mindless attack mounted, without restraint, and mad fury ruled. All their missiles would have been frustrated by his song, but the huge clamour of the Berecyntian flutes of broken horn, the drums, and the breast-beating and howls of the Bacchantes, drowned the sound of the lyre. Then, finally, the stones grew red, with the blood of the poet, to whom they were deaf.

First, the innumerable birds, the snakes, and the procession of wild animals, still entranced by the voice of the singer, a mark of Orpheus’s triumph, were torn apart by the Maenads. Then they set their bloody hands on Orpheus, and gathered, like birds that spy the owl, the bird of night, wandering in the daylight, or as in the amphitheatre, on the morning of the staged events, on either side, a doomed stag, in the arena, is prey to the hounds. They rushed at the poet, and hurled their green-leaved thyrsi, made for a different use. Some threw clods of earth, some branches torn from the trees, and others flints. And so that their madness did not lack true weapons, by chance, oxen were turning the soil under the ploughshare, and, not far away from them, brawny farm workers were digging the solid earth, sweating hard to prepare it for use, who fled when they saw the throng, leaving their work tools behind. Hoes, heavy mattocks, and long rakes lay scattered through the empty fields. After catching these up, and ripping apart the oxen, that threatened them with their horns, the fierce women rushed back to kill the poet. As he stretched out his hands, speaking ineffectually for the first time ever, not affecting them in any way with his voice, the impious ones murdered him: and the spirit, breathed out through that mouth to which stones listened, and which was understood by the senses of wild creatures – O, God! – vanished down the wind.

The birds, lamenting, cried for you, Orpheus; the crowd of wild creatures; the hard flints; the trees that often gathered to your song, shedding their leaves, mourned you with bared crowns. They say the rivers, also, were swollen with their own tears, and the naiads and dryads, with dishevelled hair, put on sombre clothes. The poet’s limbs were strewn in different places: the head and the lyre you, Hebrus, received, and (a miracle!) floating in midstream, the lyre lamented mournfully; mournfully the lifeless tongue murmured; mournfully the banks echoed in reply. And now, carried onward to the sea, they left their native river-mouth and reached the shores of Lesbos, at Methymna. Here, as the head lay exposed on the alien sand, its moist hair dripping brine, a fierce snake attacked it. But at last Phoebus came, and prevented it, as it was about to bite, and turned the serpent’s gaping jaws to stone, and froze the mouth, wide open, as it was.

The ghost of Orpheus sank under the earth, and recognised all those places it had seen before; and, searching the fields of the Blessed, he found his wife again and held her eagerly in his arms. There they walk together side by side; now she goes in front, and he follows her; now he leads, and looks back as he can do, in safety now, at his Eurydice.’
Bk XI:67-84 The transformation of the Maenads

However, the god, Lyaeus, did not allow such wickedness by his followers to go unpunished. Grieved by the loss of the poet of his sacred rites, he immediately fastened down, with twisted roots, all the Thracian women who had seen the sin, since the path, that each one was on, at that moment, gripped their toes and forced the tips into the solid ground. As a bird, when it is caught in a snare, set by a cunning wild-fowler, and feels itself held, tightens the knot by its movement, beating and flapping; so each of the women, planted, stuck fast, terrified, tried uselessly to run. But the pliant roots held her, and checked her, struggling. When she looked for where her toenails, toes and feet were, she saw the wood spreading over the curve of her leg, and, trying to strike her thighs with grieving hands, she beat on oak: her breasts turned to oak: her shoulders were oak. You would have thought the jointed arms were real branches, and your thought would not have been wrong.
Bk XI:85-145 Midas and the golden touch

This did not satisfy Bacchus. He left the fields themselves, and with a worthier band of followers sought out the vineyards of his own Mount Tmolus, and the River Pactolus, though at that time it was not a golden stream, nor envied for its valuable sands. His familiar cohorts, the satyrs and bacchantes accompanied him, but Silenus was absent. The Phrygian countrymen had taken him captive, stumbling with age and wine, bound him with garlands, and led him to King Midas, to whom, with Athenian Eumolpus, Orpheus of Thrace had taught the Bacchic rites.

When the king recognised him as a friend and companion of his worship, he joyfully led a celebration of the guest’s arrival, lasting ten days and nights on end. And now, on the eleventh day, Lucifer had seen off the train of distant stars, and the king with gladness came to the fields of Lydia, and restored Silenus to his young foster-child.

Then the god, happy at his foster-father’s return, gave Midas control over the choice of a gift, which was pleasing, but futile, since he was doomed to make poor use of his reward. ‘Make it so that whatever I touch with my body, turns to yellow gold.’ he said. Bacchus accepted his choice, and gave him the harmful gift, sad that he had not asked for anything better. The Berecyntian king departed happily, rejoicing in his bane, and testing his faith in its powers by touching things, and scarcely believing it, when he broke off a green twig from the low foliage of the holm-oak: the twig was turned to gold. He picked up a stone from the ground: the stone also was pale gold. He touched a clod of earth, and by the power of touch, the clod became a nugget. He gathered the dry husks of corn: it was a golden harvest. He held an apple he had picked from a tree: you would think the Hesperides had given it to him. If he placed his fingers on the tall door-pillars, the pillars were seen to shine. When he washed his hands in clear water, the water flowing over his hands would have deceived Danaë.

His own mind could scarcely contain his expectations, dreaming of all things golden. As he was exulting, his servants set a table before him, heaped with cooked food, and loaves were not lacking. Then, indeed, if he touched the gift of Ceres with his hand, her gift hardened. If he tried, with eager bites, to tear the food, the food was covered with a yellow surface where his teeth touched. He mixed pure water with wine, the other gift of his benefactor, but molten gold could be seen trickling through his lips.

Dismayed by this strange misfortune, rich and unhappy, he tries to flee his riches, and hates what he wished for a moment ago. No abundance can relieve his famine: his throat is parched with burning thirst, and, justly, he is tortured by the hateful gold. Lifting his shining hands and arms to heaven, he cries out: ‘Father, Bacchus, forgive me! I have sinned. But have pity on me, I beg you, and save me from this costly evil!’ The will of the gods is kindly. Bacchus, when he confessed his fault restored him, and took back what he had given in fulfilment of his promise. ‘So you do not remain coated with the gold you wished for so foolishly,’ he said, ‘go to the river by great Sardis, make your way up the bright ridge against the falling waters, till you come to the source of the stream, and plunge your head and body at the same moment into the foaming fountain, where it gushes out, and at the same time wash away your sin.’ The king went to the river as he was ordered: the golden virtue coloured the waters, and passed from his human body into the stream. Even now, gathering the grains of gold from the ancient vein, the fields harden, their soil soaked by the pale yellow waters.

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David I or Dabíd mac Maíl Choluim (Modern: Daibhidh I mac [Mhaoil] Chaluim; 1083 x 1085 – 24 May 1153) was a 12th-century ruler who was Prince of the Cumbrians (1113–1124) and later King of the Scots (1124–1153). The youngest son of Máel Coluim III (Malcolm III) and Margaret of Wessex, David spent most of his childhood in Scotland, but was exiled to England temporarily in 1093. Perhaps after 1100, he became a dependent at the court of King Henry I. There he was influenced by the Norman and Anglo-French culture of the court.



The early years of David I are the most obscure of his life. Because there is little documented evidence, historians can only guess at most of David's activities in this period...

David was born on a date unknown in 1084 in Scotland. He was probably the eighth son of King Máel Coluim mac Donnchada, and certainly the sixth and youngest produced by Máel Coluim's second marriage to Queen Margaret.His grandfather was King Duncan of Scotland.

Has history been tampered with? Pharaoh,Moses,David,Solomon,Jesus relate to Middle Ages ...

In 1093 King Máel Coluim and David's brother Edward were killed at the River Aln during an invasion of Northumberland. David and his two brothers Alexander and Edgar, both future kings of Scotland, were probably present when their mother died shortly afterwards. According to later medieval tradition, the three brothers were in Edinburgh when they were besieged by their uncle, Domnall Bán

David also attempted to interfere in the succession to the archbishopric of York. William FitzHerbert, nephew of King Stephen, found his position undermined by the collapsing political fortune of Stephen in the north of England, and was deposed by the Pope. David used his Cistercian connections to build a bond with Henry Murdac, the new archbishop. Despite the support of Pope Eugenius III, supporters of King Stephen and William FitzHerbert managed to prevent Henry taking up his post at York. In 1149, Henry had sought the support of David. David seized on the opportunity to bring the archdiocese under his control, and marched on the city. However, Stephen's supporters became aware of David's intentions, and informed King Stephen. Stephen therefore marched to the city and installed a new garrison. David decided not to risk such an engagement and withdrew. Richard Oram has conjectured that David's ultimate aim was to bring the whole of the ancient kingdom of Northumbria into his dominion. For Oram, this event was the turning point, "the chance to radically redraw the political map of the British Isles lost forever"


Historical treatment of David I and the Scottish church usually emphasises David's pioneering role as the instrument of diocesan reorganisation and Norman penetration, beginning with the bishopric of Glasgow while David was Prince of the Cumbrians, and continuing further north after David acceded to the throne of Scotland. Focus too is usually given to his role as the defender of the Scottish church's independence from claims of overlordship by the Archbishop of York and the Archbishop of Canterbury.


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Malcolm IV (Mediaeval Gaelic: Máel Coluim mac Eanric; Modern Gaelic: Maol Chaluim mac Eanraig), nicknamed Virgo, "the Maiden" (between 23 April and 24 May 1141 – 9 December 1165), King of Scots, was the eldest son of Earl Henry (died 1152) and Ada de Warenne. The original Malcolm Canmore, a name now associated with his great-grandfather Malcolm III (Máel Coluim mac Donnchada), he succeeded his grandfather David I, and shared David's Anglo-Norman tastes.

Malcolm's grandfather died at Carlisle on 24 May 1153, and Malcolm was inaugurated as king on 27 May 1153 at Scone at age twelve. The coronation took place before the old king was buried, which might appear hasty, but Malcolm was not without rivals for the kingship.

Malcolm was not only King of Scots, but also inherited the Earldom of Northumbria, which his father and grandfather had gained during the wars between Stephen and Empress Matilda.

David I (left) with the young Malcolm IV (right).


Called Malcolm the Maiden by later chroniclers, a name which may incorrectly suggest weakness or effeminacy to modern readers, he was noted for his religious zeal and interest in knighthood and warfare. For much of his reign he was in poor health and died unmarried at the age of twenty-four.

Timeline for King Malcolm IV of Scotland

1153 ...Malcolm IV becomes king

1156 .. Somerled defeats the Norse King of Mann and the Isles establishing his own semi-independent rule as Innse Gall - King of the Hebrides.

1157 ... Henry II of England takes back lands in Northern England granted to David I. The border is fixed at the Solway and Tweed very close to where it is today.

Malcolm founded a Cistercian monastery at Coupar Angus, and the royal taste for continental religious foundations extended to the magnates, as in Galloway, where the Premonstratensians were established at Soulseat by 1161...


Some time before July 1163, when he did homage to Henry II, Malcolm was taken seriously ill at Doncaster... Scottish sources report that a revolt in Moray brought Malcolm north, and it is said that he

“ removed [the men of Moray] from the land of their birth, as of old Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, had dealt with the Jews, and scattered them throughout the other districts of Scotland, both beyond the [Mounth] and this side thereof, so that not even one native of that land abode there.


1164 ...Somerled is defeated by the Scottish crown in the Battle of Renfrew.

1165 ... Malcolm IV dies at Jedburgh Castle and is succeeded by his brother, William the Lion


While his contemporaries were in no doubt that Malcolm had some of the qualities of a great king, later writers were less convinced. The compiler of the Annals of Ulster, writing soon after 1165, praises Malcolm...

“ Máel Coluim Cenn Mór, son of Henry, high king of Scotland, the best Christian that was of the Gaidhil [who dwell] by the sea on the east for almsdeeds, hospitality and piety, died.


Nonetheless, Malcolm was not well regarded in all quarters. The Gesta Annalia remarks...

“ [Malcolm] quite neglected the care, as well as governance, of his kingdom. Wherefore he was so hated by all the common people that William, the elder of his brothers - who had always been on bad terms with the English, and their lasting foe, forasmuch as they had taken away his patrimony, the earldom of Northumbria, to wit - was by them appointed warden of the whole kingdom, against the king's will...


It is difficult, given the paucity of sources, to date many of the reforms of the Scoto-Norman era, but it appears that Malcolm continued the reforms begun by his grandfather and grand-uncles...



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Mrs Cecil Frances Alexander (1818-1895) was only twenty years old when she composed the beautiful words of the hymn There is a green hill, a work of exquisite purity and tenderness of youth. Her inspiration is said to have come from a large grass-covered mound just outside her home town of Londonderry which put her in mind of the hill in the Holy Land, beyond Jerusalem's gates, 'where our dear Lord was crucified'.During her lifetime, Mrs Alexander wrote over four hundred hymns including Once in Royal David's City and All things bright and beautiful, two hymns which have remained extremely popular with adults and children alike...

Esus or Hesus was a Gaulish god known from two monumental statues and a line in Lucan's Bellum civile.



A well-known section in Lucan's Bellum civile talks about the gory sacrificial offerings proffered to a triad of Celtic deities: Teutates, Hesus (an aspirated form of Esus), and Taranis. Among a pair of later commentators on Lucan's work, one identifies Teutates with Mercury and Esus with Mars. According to the Berne Commentary on Lucan, human victims were sacrificed to Esus by being tied to a tree and flailed.



In Neo-Druidism

The 18th century Druidic revivalist Iolo Morgannwg identified Esus with Jesus on the strength of the similarity of their names. He also linked them both with Hu Gadarn, writing:

Both Hu and HUON were no doubt originally identical with the HEUS of Lactantius, and the HESUS of Lucan, described as gods of the Gauls. The similarity of the last name to IESU [Welsh: Jesus] is obvious and striking...


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Johann Elert Bode (19 January 1747 – 23 November 1826) was a German astronomer known for his reformulation and popularization of the Titius-Bode law. Bode determined the orbit of Uranus and suggested the planet's name...Bode was born in Hamburg. As a youth, he suffered from a serious eye disease which particularly damaged his right eye; he continued to have trouble with his eyes throughout his life...He began his career with the publication of a short work on the solar eclipse of 5 August 1766. This was followed by an elementary treatise on astronomy entitled Anleitung zur Kenntniss des gestirnten Himmels (1768, 10th ed. 1844), the success of which led to his being summoned to Berlin in 1772 for the purpose of computing ephemerides on an improved plan.



The Titius–Bode law (sometimes termed just Bode's law) is a hypothesis that the bodies in some orbital systems, including the Sun's, orbit at semi-major axes in a function of planetary sequence. The hypothesis correctly predicted the orbits of Ceres and Uranus, but failed as a predictor of Neptune's orbit...The discovery of Pluto in 1930 confounded the issue still further. While nowhere near its position as predicted by Bode's law, it was roughly at the position the law had predicted for Neptune. However, the subsequent discovery of the Kuiper belt, and in particular of the object Eris, which is larger than Pluto yet does not fit Bode's law, have further discredited the formula.




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Sargon of Akkad, also known as Sargon the Great "the Great King" (Akkadian Šarru-kīnu, meaning "the true king" or "the king is legitimate"), was a Semitic Akkadian emperor famous for his conquest of the Sumerian city-states in the 23rd and 22nd centuries BC...He was originally referred to as Sargon I until records concerning an Assyrian king also named Sargon (now usually referred to as Sargon I) were unearthed...The exact dates of Sargon's birth, death or even reign are unknown. According to the short chronology, he reigned from 2270 to 2215 BC (the Middle Chronology lists his reign as 2334 to 2279 BC). These dates are based on the Sumerian king list Sargon was likely a regnal name; his given name is unknown.



Hi,My name is Sargon...I’m just the guy Moses copied.

The story of Sargon's birth and childhood is given in the "Sargon legend", a Sumerian text purporting to be Sargon's biography.

The biblical birth history of Moses, which is told in the second chapter of Exodus, presents the greatest similarity to the Sargon legend, even an almost literal correspondence of individual traits. Already the first chapter (22) relates that Pharaoh commanded his people to throw into the river all sons that were born to Hebrews, while the daughters were permitted to live; the reason for this order is given as fear of the overfertility of the Israelites.


Cuneiform texts have this to say of King Sargon, the founder of Semitic dynasty of Akkad. In 2360 B.C.: I am Sargon, the powerful king, the king of Akkad. My mother was an Enitu priestees, I did not know any father . . . . My mother conceived me and bore me in secret. She put me in a little box made of reeds, sealing its lid with pitch. She put me in the river. . . . The river carried me away and brought me to Akki the drawer of water. Akki the drawer of water adopted me and brought me up as his son. . .


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Camilla given Queen's highest award...The Queen has appointed Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, to the position of a Dame Grand Cross, the highest female rank in the Royal Victorian Order.



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Sir Francis Bryan (about 1490 – 2 February 1550) was an English courtier and diplomat during the reign of Henry VIII. He was Chief Gentleman of the Privy chamber and Lord Chief Justice of Ireland. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Bryan always retained Henry's favour, achieving this by altering his opinions to conform to the king's. His lack of principle at the time of his cousin Anne Boleyn's downfall led to his earning the nickname "the Vicar of Hell"



Under the influence of Cardinal Wolsey, Sir Francis was removed from the Privy chamber in 1519, and again in 1526 as part of the Eltham ordinances. Shortly after this he lost an eye in a tournament at Greenwich, and had to wear an eyepatch from then on. Then in 1528, when Sir William Carey's death left a vacancy in the Privy chamber, Bryan returned to fill his place, possibly through the good offices of his cousin Anne Boleyn. From then on he was highly influential, becoming one of the king's most favored companions, and a leading member of the faction who wished to break Wolsey's grip on power...


About 1490, Francis Bryan was born in Cheydinhall, Buckinghamshire, England. He was the son of Sir Thomas Bryan and Margaret Bourchier, and came to court at a young age. There he became, along with his brother-in-law Nicholas Carew, one of "the King's minions", a group of young gentlemen of the Privy chamber who held much sway with Henry and were known for their intemperate behavior. In 1519, Bryan and Sir Edward Neville disgraced themselves in the eyes of the minions' detractors when, during a diplomatic mission to Paris, they threw eggs and stones at the common people...


Bryan was a distinguished diplomat, soldier, sailor, cipherer, man of letters, and poet. However, he had a life-long reputation as a rake and a libertine, and was a rumoured accomplice in the king's extramarital affairs. He was a trimmer, changing his views to suit Henry's current policy, but was also one of the few men who dared speak his mind to the king.



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The Predecessors' of the Masons, are the "Pisons", whom are the Roman-Elite Ruling Class of the Roman Empire, whom are responsible for the Creation of Christianity and the Modern form of Judaism, and laid the foundations for "Freemasonry".

L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi, 90 BC,


Above, is the Coin of a "Piso", upon the Coin, upon the Left, next to his head is a Symbol, remember, this dates to 90BC.

Rather resembles this

--The additional "P" is for "Piso", deliberately made us think, to be the the Greek "R".

Julius Caesar was an in-law of the Piso family. His wife, Calpurnia, was a Piso, whom also bore the name "Caesoninus" another name for the House of Piso,
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Here is another Design for the Caesar Temples

Above, Triangle Roof, with a STAR, and notice FLAME like Roof,[like Herods Temple] and FOUR Pillers.
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[is] Pison:



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פישון Piyshown




Gen 2:11



The name of the first [is] Pison: that [is] it which compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where [there is] gold;







Gen 2:12



And the gold of that land [is] good: there [is] bdellium and the onyx stone.







Hydropower or water power is power derived from the energy of falling water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes. Since ancient times, hydropower has been used for irrigation and the operation of various mechanical devices, such as watermills, sawmills, textile mills, dock cranes, and domestic lifts.


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Holy Rivers in India – Brahmputra, Narmada, Ganga, Kaveri, Yamuna, Triveni Sangam, Godavari, Krishna, Mahanadi, Satluj, Sindhu, Tapti

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