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AGAINST THE PROFESSORS 2

CONTENTS

2.1.   The Makers of People

2.2.   Above and Under the Sea

2.3.   Born Special, or made by Education?

 

Summary

Mankind’s Creators presents a number of archaeological and other discoveries which confirm the ancient Greek sources on the native pre-historic civilisation they described. It is now proven that the people of the Aegean were building sophisticated boats as early as 130,000 years ago, and in various waves they colonised much of Europe, Asia and Africa. During the Neolithic period they developed the advanced Civilisation of the Goddess – Mother Earth Demeter. At least some 7,300 years ago they were using a highly complex script consisting of 5,400 different symbols and were the earliest in the use of metallurgy and advanced astronomy.

 

Excerpts from 2.2: Above and Under the Sea

Recent discoveries in the Greek islands have brought to light(FN) sophisticated stone-made tools in various shapes and weights made 270,000 years ago. To the surprise of many scientists, sophisticated tools were also used in an organised shipyard at least 130,000 years ago, where people made advanced boats.(FN) Such amazing discoveries have altered much of what we know about the evolution of human civilisation and come as a shock to all those who, for a long time, insisted that it was impossible to find this type of technology so early in time.

The very early use of boats in the Aegean is also reflected in ancient Greek mythology, when Pyrrha and Deucalion survived a destructive cataclysm by building a ship.(FN) In the ancient sources there are reports for three different cataclysms. Pyrrha with Deucalion, the “parents of Ellin” we met earlier, survived the second one. The third and last cataclysm reported in Greek mythology has been named after Dardanos, a prehistoric Pelasgian King, on the account that the lands of his kingdom were flooded. It has recently been confirmed by geologists that this was a historic cataclysm dated to 14,000-12,000 years before our present time.(FN) Some geologists were surprised to discover that it happened exactly as some islanders from Samothrace had reported to the ancient historian Diodoros Sikeliotis in the first century BCE.(FN) The islanders told Diodoros that some time in the distant past, masses of water had flooded the Black Sea with great force and broke across the landmass separating it from the Mediterranean. Geologists now know that the glaciers of central and northern Europe were melting fast at that time, as a result of a global warming caused by changes in the distance between the earth and the sun, which occur periodically in the course of time and which are known as the Milankovitć circles. The rivers brought those waters to the Black Sea but the question here is how the accurate information as to what happened ten millennia before, was transmitted to the islanders who spoke to Diodoros? How early in time did the islanders start recording such data and by what means did they pass such knowledge to future generations?

So far, the earliest organised and complex human settlement in the world, standing above sea level, has been discovered on the island of Limnos, south of Samothrace, where Diodoros recorded the Dardanos cataclysm. A mixed community of fishermen, hunters and gatherers were active in Limnos some 14,000 years ago.(FN) Thousands of other archaeological finds scattered in different regions confirm that Greece has the richest pre-history in the world. Central Greece including Epirus, the region next to Thessaly where early agriculture flourished, was densely populated and no other location on the planet has so many Palaeolithic sites.(FN)

As the glaciers, ice and the permafrost (frozen earth) were melting, many people moved from Greece further north in the Balkans.  There they multiplied and formed the largest early Neolithic human population in the world, as the Neolithic sites discovered in the Balkans reveal. Those settlements predate the earliest large Neolithic settlements in Mesopotamia,(FN) and archaeology also confirms that agriculture was introduced in Egypt a few millennia after it was widely used in Thessaly. The Thessalian domestication of animals also predates that of Egypt. This observation is important because recent human genome discoveries reveal that some Eurasian farmers, all of the same genetically identifiable group, did colonise much of Africa during the Late Neolithic period.(FN) The archaeological indications are that this group is identical or related to the Protoellines whose populations first thrived on the islands, in Arcadia, Epirus and Thessaly, then expanded and increased all over the Balkans, Asia Minor and much of the rest of the world.(FN)

Nature had made it impossible for those prehistoric people who were navigating between the ports of the Aegean not to be in contact with three different continents: Europe, Asia and Africa. There is no other region in the world that connects these three most important continents for the emergence of human civilisation. The sea winds were often changing direction and were forcing the prehistoric Protoellines to miss their destination, resulting in them crossing, from one continent to the other. If they survived they had to figure out how to get back home.

The contact with the three continents, the need for safe navigation and the factors we are going to examine below, triggered developments for the emergence of the world’s first advanced civilisation.

For millennia nobody else was sailing in the Hellenic seas apart from the natives, the first people who created a seafaring industry in the world. Long periods of safety and security, as well as the development of new methods for the production of food, led to significant population growth. Overpopulation on some islands and in other regions caused repeated waves of emigration not only all over the Mediterranean and the Black Sea but also to the north, first in the Balkans and then wherever the ice and the permafrost were retreating as the planet was getting increasingly warmer.(FN) The boats were not used only as a means of transport. They also provided good quality portable housing for the migrants who were leaving the overcrowded islands and peninsulas. The boats also had excellent food and water storage facilities. Numerous finds confirm that the prehistoric and many of the subsequent Hellenic peoples had sailed and settled in Spain, South Italy, the Black Sea, the Middle East(FN) and as far away as Scandinavia and Ireland.(FN) It is now confirmed that the emigration from the Hellenic regions to many other parts of the world started some thousands of years before previously thought, and continued for a very long time.

The constant observation of the sky and the stars for navigational needs, in addition to the struggle for survival following the frequent earthquakes in the region, motivated the Protoellines to philosophise on the meaning of their own existence on earth. In turn, philosophy led to the development of further theoretical and scientific studies.

In some of the Greek islands archaeologists discovered some very strange ceramic vessels looking like frying pans. Although some of them are 6000 years old, it is not known when they were first produced. For a long time some archaeologists thought that these strange objects were filled with water and their prehistoric owners used them as mirrors by looking at their reflection in the water surface. No archaeologist could explain the complicated designs the vessels displayed on their flat side and sometimes on their perimeters. Unable to see any meaning in them, the archaeologists concluded that the designs were purely decorative. But one day a museum visitor, Louis Roussos, a native islander and retired sailor who had travelled all over the world and used astronomy to navigate his ships, made the hypothesis that the “frying pans”(FN) could have been used as compasses by the immersion of a needle of magnet in the water they contained, and the designs on their sides could have provided additional astronomical guidance for navigation. Scientific research on the “frying pans” conducted by a mathematician, Dr Minas Tsikritzis, and an astronomer, Professor Xenophon Moussas, proved that many designs do in fact present highly sophisticated astronomical information. Thanks to their work it is now known that the vessels are in fact very accurate and highly sophisticated Pregnancy Due Date Calculators.

The people who lived in Thessaly and the nearby regions were far more advanced than previously thought. An inscription found in Dispilio,(FN) not far from Thessaly, has not yet been deciphered but has been dated 7300 years old and is mankind’s earliest inscription. It is important to note here that this was made a few centuries before the earliest megalithic monuments were built in Iberia, and later further north. Recent archaeological discoveries have also proved that the central Balkans, north of Thessaly, are the first region where metallurgy emerged in the world some eight millennia ago…

… this script comprises a staggering 5400 different undeciphered symbols, many of which look identical and others very similar to the letters of the Greek alphabet. Notwithstanding the obvious visual similarities, thus far no connection between the two has been explained. The emergence of their own alphabet was a problem which puzzled the ancient Greek scholars themselves, who provided a few different theories as to who its inventor was.(FN)

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Against the Professors 5

CONTENTS

5.1.   Ancient Greek Homophobia and the Emergence of Licht

5.2.  Altering the Meaning of Ancient Greek Words

5.3.   Doveriasis

 

Summary

Up to the 1970s most professors were aware of the ancient Greek laws which forbade homosexuals from becoming politicians, priests or lawyers, acquiring any public office, serving in the army, being awarded public honours or even presenting a scholarly thesis. Other ancient Greek laws also clearly stated that the penalty for paedophiles was death because their crime was a hybris, meaning an unforgivable insult to men and Gods. Professors with Psychosexual Disorders brings to light that from the 1970s onwards, much evidence of this kind was gradually marginalised and forgotten. Instead, thanks to the manipulation of ancient material made by one German and one English professor, the academic establishment now accepts that the ancient Greek culture celebrated homosexuality and paedophilia. Nobody seems to be investigating whether this academic trend began by heterophobic professors who distorted and misinterpreted the ancient material under the influence of their own psychosexual disorders.

 

Excerpts from 5.1: Ancient Greek Homophobia and the Emergence of Licht

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Aristophanes in his popular theatrical works often condemned and ridiculed homosexuality too. Plato also categorically condemned sexual relations between the same sex and praised nature for arranging the female uniting with the male. In plain words, Plato defined homosexuality as an act against nature, which results from incontinence and lust.(FN) He also clearly stated sexual relations between men are damaging and meaningless.(FN) Plato also presented Socrates’ disgust for homosexuals, who called their life terrible, obscene and wretched(FN) and who also despised and condemned paedophilia.(FN) According to Xenophon, the ancient historian, the Spartans too believed that homosexuals could not achieve anything good,(FN) and just as in Athens, the laws of Sparta also condemned homosexuality and punished paedophilia with the death penalty.

All this ancient evidence is left aside by a modern wave of professors who follow Dover and who pay little or no attention to a large number of ancient Greek texts which use demeaning ancient Greek epithets connoting a homosexual man…

The cruel ancient Greek custom of aporafanidosis,(FN) the arrest and public flogging and savage torturing of men who had engaged in homosexuality,(FN) also have been forgotten by many homosexual scholars…

For a long time nobody knew Licht was Professor Paul Brandt, accused of homosexual and paedophile activities. Licht was not of course interested in examining the extent into which homosexuality and paedophilia were condemned in the ancient Greek world. Instead, he tried to find any ancient Greek verse possibly written by an homosexual, or any verse he could interpret as approving of homosexuality. For example, he focused on a verse in Iliad where Achilles the mighty warrior mourned for the death of Patroclus, his best friend since childhood. Achilles was quoted by Homer saying: “O never could anything more bitter come upon me, no, not even if I should hear of my father’s death.” Based solely on his own interpretation of these words, Licht jumped to the conclusion that “this is language of love, not of friendship.“(FN) According to Licht, only a homosexual could feel this type of love for another man. Therefore, Licht concluded that Achilles mourned the loss of his friend because he had had a homosexual relationship with him. The fact is that there is nothing in Homer’s text indicating anything homosexual between Achilles and Patroclus, and the verses in the Iliad which present Achilles as a womaniser were not of interest to Licht. The question here is whether Licht made this interpretation because he suffered from a lack of empathy. It is confirmed by psychiatrists that a small percentage of the population, referred to here as homovores, cannot feel empathy for the suffering or loss of other human beings because they were either seriously abused during childhood or were not loved by their mothers.(FN) The only way that homovores understand close relationships is sexually.(FN)

Some scholars who were inspired by Licht have discovered that Alexander the Great also mourned the death of his life-long friend Hephaestion. Without any evidence from the primary sources that Alexander had any sexual liaison with any man, such scholars came to the conclusion that Alexander lamented the loss of Hephaestion because the two were homosexual lovers. Contrary to this conclusion made out of thin air, the surviving historical sources present much information that Alexander had a number of wives and mistresses, was the father of at least two sons and had a weakness in particular for Persian ladies, in addition to an entire harem with few hundreds of women.(FN) It is also well recorded that Alexander fell passionately in love with the gorgeous Indian princess Roxane whom he also married. Knowing how it feels, Alexander forgave one of his soldiers(FN) who reported to the army physicians that he was unable to fight because he could not take his sweetheart Telesippe out of his mind. Alexander not only permitted the soldier to leave war and run back to his sweetheart, but also offered generous financial assistance to help the couple marry. However, no matter what the sources say, many professors prefer to say nothing about Alexander’s strong prejudice against homosexuality, which extended to his ordering for the execution of homosexuals.(FN) Instead, some scholars, possibly homosexual, prefer to emphasize on an incident reported by a single ancient source, written some centuries after Alexander lived, that some of Alexander’s drunken troops compelled him (when he too was drunk) to kiss a eunuch.(FN) Many historians prefer not to examine that especially after Alexander treated philosopher Kallisthenis of Olynthos(FN) inhumanely and exterminated him, an entire series of ancient philosophers and writers attacked and defamed Alexander with libels.  There also are strong indications that some of the political leaders who succeeded Alexander, sponsored the publication of defamatory works against him.(FN) By selecting the libels against Alexander rather than making a critical comparative examination of all available ancient sources written about him, it is evident that some homosexual and paedophile professors interpret the material they select in a way that justifies their own sexual identity.

Excerpts from 5.2:  Altering the Meaning of Ancient Greek Words

Some scholars also fabricated the story that the ancient female Greek philosopher and poet Sappho (630-570 BCE) was homosexual. Contrary to this theory, all what is known about her personal life is that she was married to a merchant and had a daughter with him, but she committed suicide because her marriage was unhappy and she was in love with another man. It is well established that she was admired for her scholarly work, not only by her compatriots on Lesbos island but also by philosophers and men of letters all over the ancient Greek world. Statues were erected to celebrate her memory in different cities, and coins were struck with her portrait. Clearly, Sappho was the first celebrated female scholar in the history of the world and nothing in the ancient texts ever said anything about her being homosexual. Also, nothing in the samples of the surviving works, which are attributed to her, reveals anything homosexual. The first ever attacks against her sexual identity appear several centuries after she lived, and come from early Christian misogynists who targeted Sappho because she was an educated and celebrated woman, known also for some poems she dedicated to the beauty of men. This, to the minds of misogynists, was unacceptable and they labelled her a prostitute.(FN) However, even the religious fanatics did not call her homosexual. This theory first appeared among modern scholars. In order to make Sappho homosexual, the fabricators forged ancient poems attributed to her by substituting the pronoun she for any use of the pronoun he.  In other words, the fabricators fantasised that when Sappho spoke of a man she often had a woman in mind. From a position of power and academic authority, the fabricators persuaded many of their unsuspecting students to accept this theory. As a result, Sappho’s island of Lesbos is now synonymous with female homosexuality all over the world, and most homosexual women now prefer to be called Lesbians. This is despite the fact that for all the centuries before the Dover-Licht school of “professors” emerged, a Lesbian was simply anyone, man or woman, who came from the island of Lesbos. Once the propaganda spread, the peoples of Lesbos found themselves deprived of their local, ancestral name, which they had used for millennia.

Another falsification regarding the sexuality of the ancient Greeks is the way the Greek word orgy (ὄργιo) is translated. In the ancient Greek language the orgy was any seed used for planting in agriculture and the orgies were synonymous with the rituals of burning seeds, fruits or crops on altars in open holy shrines or in Temples where the Greeks prayed to their Gods to bless the next harvest.(FN) The orgies (seeds, fruits or crops) were usually handled by the pure, virgin women, the unspoiled priestesses of Demeter-Mother Earth we studied earlier.

Some early anti-Hellenic fabricators, usually religious fanatics, often signed their works with the name of a Gentile author and did not hesitate to propagate the falsehood that even Zeus was an homosexual. Their argument was again based on the interpretation of a single verse in the Iliad.(FN) The original verse and its context are very clear that the Gods and not Zeus himself had taken the soul of a dead warrior called Ganymedes because he was the most virtuous among the mortals and therefore an equal to the Gods. The Gods decided that Ganymedes should continue living an afterlife among them, and therefore gave him the task of serving Zeus as an immortal οἰνοχόος, meaning wine-cupbearer. The profession of the wine-cupbearer in the ancient times when Homer composed his verses was not as simple as that of a modern cupbearer, because the wine was stored in large, heavy ceramic vessels and not in small one-litre bottles. The wine-cupbearer, therefore, had to be a strong man to lift the heavy vessels and hold them steadily while pouring wine into smaller vessels. There is nothing sexual in doing this job and absolutely nothing sexual is mentioned in the original verses which refer to Ganymedes or Zeus.

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AGAINST THE PROFESSORS 6

CONTENTS

6.1.   Eastern and Western Christianity: A Background of Separation

6.2.   How did the Crusades Start?

6.3.   First Crusade and Norman Anti-Hellenism

6.4.   Second Crusade against the Greek Empire

6.5.   Third Round: Venetian, Norman and German invasions

6.6.   The Fourth Raid of the Antichrist

6.7.   The Eastern Christian Counter-offensive

 

Summary

The wars between the invading Germanic tribes and the Greco-Roman Empire for the control of Italy lasted for centuries and provided the pretext for the Schism between Catholicism and Orthodoxy. By the eleventh century, Norman mercenaries had betrayed their Greek employers and had established their control of southern Italy. During the same period a number of German and French mercenary armies in Asia Minor were betraying their Greek employers to the benefit of the invading Islamic tribes.

The Crusaders against Christianity brings to light evidence deriving from medieval sources which goes against well-established academic theories and reveals that all first four Crusades aimed at the capture of Constantinople, the richest city and capital of Europe for a number of centuries. During the same period the Western Europeans were attacking from the west and the north, Islam was instructing many Asian and African peoples to attack the Greeks from the east and the south. After centuries of never-ending wars, and thanks to synchronized attacks of countless barbarian tribes coming from every direction for booty, the mighty Greek Christian Empire which included the most populous and richest regions of the medieval world, was depopulated and reduced to ashes. For centuries, both the Muslim and the European slave markets were busy buying and selling millions of Greek slaves.

 

Excerpts from 6.2: How did the Crusades Start?

The Muslim world was repeatedly flooded with countless European slaves, but the Christians of Asia Minor and Caucasus stood firmly on their defence lines and they defeated the Jihadist armies. By 915 Greek troops from the East joined forces with many Greco-Romans in Italy to repel the Jihadists from Garigliano, and by 941 more Greeks from the East supported the Greeks and the Gauls in the south of France against the Muslims who had enslaved much of Fréjus, a region where people still celebrate their ancient Hellenic inheritance. By the early eleventh century other Christians had also organised new counter-attacks in France and Iberia, but the Muslims had already sacked European cities such as Pisa, Narbonne and Antibes.

After centuries of wars, Islam was eventually repelled from south Europe. Regarding that period which devastated much of the Greco-Roman Mediterranean civilisation, it should be clear to any serious historian that if the Greeks, the greatest Christian power up to the twelfth century, had not stopped the main bulk of the Islamic forces attacking from the East, no other Christian power was capable at that time of preventing Islam from conquering Europe. By comparison with a number of Greek cities and regions which were not conquered by the Germanic and Islamic tribes, most other European cities and regions were under-populated and consisted of jumbles of primitive buildings. Constantinople was a proper Hellenic megapolis, with a hippodrome having seats for 100,000 people. In terms of beauty, art and magnitude the residences of ordinary Greek aristocrats surpassed even the most luxurious royal palaces in the West. A thousand years before the present time, the Greek Christian world still had universities, organised banks, insurance companies, orchestras, theatres, fashion shows, hairdressers and hospitals up to standards that Europe only witnessed in the nineteenth century.(FN)

Western Christian mercenaries were already paid to defend some Anatolian regions, but many of them, instead of providing a defence service, could not resist the temptation to loot the rich unarmed Christian populations. In some cases the Western mercenaries simply opted to join forces with the invading Muslim tribes in order to plunder the Eastern Christians together. By 1056 mixed mobs of Western Christian and Muslim robbers had attacked several regions in Asia Minor and Armenia, but many of the Western robbers were soon slaughtered by their Muslim colleagues.(FN)

Robert Grispin(FN) and the Frankish mercenaries he commanded demanded increased payments from their Greek employers and rebelled in 1069.(FN) Grispin had gone as far as plotting to exterminate the Greek Emperor,(FN) and his troops kept attacking civilians even after he was arrested and imprisoned.(FN) They destroyed many Christian areas in Asia Minor and Mesopotamia and as a result of the havoc they caused many regions became disorganised, were left undefended and perished at the knives of the invading Turkish Jihadists who penetrated as far as Iraq, Kurdistan, and Transcaucasia. During the same period, as if the raids of the Turks and Grispin’s robbers were not enough, a number of Eastern Christian leaders alarmed by the errors of their central administration, incited civil conflicts.

As this nightmare was unfolding, some Western Christian warlords realised that the Greeks were too busy defending their frontiers in the east, south and north, and took this opportunity to organise new and larger attacks from the west. Many Western historians are not aware or prefer not to acknowledge that during and after the famous battle of Manzikert in 1071 against the invading Muslims in Asia Minor, the Greeks were suffering massive attacks by the Normans and their various Germanic and other allies who had occupied much of Italy, the Balkans and other Greco-Roman regions. Clearly, the Greek forces had to fight in many fronts, all at once.

Many “professors” also do not wish to examine that during the evening before the battle of Manzikert, the German mercenary troops employed in the Greek army had left their ranks and were raiding and plundering the homes of the native Greek populations. When the Emperor ordered them to stop, the Germans attacked his troops and threatened the Emperor himself, with the result that the Emperor had to re-group his troops in order to withstand the German attacks.(FN) At the same time the French mercenary troops under the leadership of Roussel of Bailleul abandoned their posts and invaded several Greek cities and regions too. Later, Roussel even planned a large-scale attack on Constantinople. In essence, the Germans and French mercenary armies betrayed the Greeks, made treacherous deals and joined the Turks and the other Muslim forces who were fighting against the Greeks. The French and the Germans actually fought for the advancement and benefit of Islam.(FN)

At the same time that Islam was expanding in Asia Minor against the native Christian populations, Roussel was trying to establish his own separate state by enslaving many Greeks in Anatolia…

The situation for the Greeks was in fact dramatic. Countless hordes of the world’s barbarians were coming from every direction and were united in their desire to grab as much Greco-Roman wealth as possible…

Excerpts from 6.3:  First Crusade and Norman Anti-Hellenism

In the years before the first Crusade special missions of recruiters reached as far north as the British Isles and Scandinavia. Greek educators, artists and reformers were also sent to Germanic and other regions to civilise the barbarians, organise their language with grammar and syntax and turn them into an allied force for progress…

In 1106, under Bohemond’s instructions, Pope Paschal II (1099-1118) had publicly called for a new Crusade in order to destroy the heretical Greeks. The new Crusade was planned and organised over 1105-1107 and was launched in 1107-8, but the Normans and their other allies were soon defeated by Alexios I after they again invaded the Greek city of Dyrrachion and the Western Balkans.(FN) According to a twelfth-century Anglo-Norman source, some of Bohemond’s men explained to him that they had lost by Alexios because they had raised ‘a hand against the Holy Empire. No hereditary right drew us to this bold enterprise; … only lust to rule the dominions of another induced you… greed of gain lured us on to suffer an intolerable burden of toil and peril.’(FN) …

 

Excerpts from 6.4: Second Crusade against the Greek Empire

The Greek Emperor and his people were perceived as infidels who deserved to be slaughtered: ‘the Greeks had incurred the hatred of our men… they were judged not to be Christians, and the Franks considered killing them a matter of no importance and hence could with the more difficulty be restrained from pillage and plundering.’(FN)

De profectione is also clear that after some Crusaders were so impressed with the riches of the Greeks they had seen inside Constantinople, they could no longer relax and had no intention of going elsewhere.(FN) They had lost sleep and became obsessed with plans to plunder the capital of Europe.

… Muslims and Crusaders together massacred and looted the civilian Greeks also inside the famous city of Attalia …

 

 

 

 

Six Forbidden Histories Against the Professors

 

BOOK CONTENTS

1.   Valid, Fake and False Homo Theories
(excerpts HERE )

1.1.   Professors against Science

1.2.   Superior and Inferior Races?

1.3.   The First Human?

1.4.   Prehistoric World War: The Skull, Nazis and Professors in PetralonaCave 

 

2.  Mankind’s Creators
(excerpts HERE)

2.1.   The Makers of People

2.2.   Above and Under the Sea

2.3.   Born Special, or made by Education?

 

3.  Ellinatlantes
(excerpts HERE)

3.1.   Archaeology against Professors

3.2.   Atlantis

3.3.   The Origin of Northern Europeans

3.4.   From Catastrophe to Revival

3.5.   The Origins of Greco-Roman identity

 

4.   The First Genocides of the Pagans
(excerpts HERE)

4.1.   Professors against the Identity of the Post-Classical Greeks

4.2.   Fake Texts and Misinterpretation

4.3.   Fake Texts and Christian Law against Pagan Greeks

4.4.   Genocide upon Genocide

4.5.   Baptised Infidels

 

5.   Professors with Psychosexual Disorders?
(excerpts HERE)

5.1.   Ancient Greek Homophobia and the Emergence of Licht

5.2.   Altering the Meaning of Ancient Greek Words

5.3.   Doveriasis

 

6.   Crusaders against Christianity
(excerpts HERE)

6.1.   Eastern and Western Christianity: A Background of Separation

6.2.   How did the Crusades Start?

6.3.   First Crusade and Norman Anti-Hellenism

6.4.   Second Crusade against the Greek Empire

6.5.   Third Round: Venetian, Norman and German invasions

6.6.   The Fourth Raid of the Antichrist

6.7.   The Eastern Christian Counter-offensive

 

The Six Forbidden Histories Against the Professors present extensive evidence that much of history and prehistory taught in our schools and universities is the product of large-scale fabrication, destruction or suppression of important sources.

Each chapter is a separate History with reference to a different period, spanning from the dawn of mankind and civilisation up to 1204, when Europe’s largest and richest city, Constantinople, was raided and depopulated.

This work is not a polemic against all professors indiscriminately. On the contrary, it is supportive of those who serve high educational ideals.

SUMMARIES OF THE SIX HISTORIES:

1. The first History investigates a network of scientists who flooded the most reputable international journals with fake scientific research results. After one of the fraudsters was exposed in 2004, the entire Frankfurt University Institute of Anthropology and Human Genetics was forced to close down. The German authorities forbade a press conference that was planned to provide explanations. The entire case was closed. Neither the academic world nor the media could discover that the Institute systematically produced fake science to support German racial superiority theories.  The same Institute had systematically suppressed highly important discoveries made by other scientists who worked from the 1960s to the 1990s in the gigantic Petralona cave complex. For hundreds of thousands of years the entrance of that cave was sealed by natural means, and as a result it remained inaccessible. For this reason, the Petralona cave complex is a unique time capsule which has preserved information coming from the very distant past. It is hard to find another cave in the world that has attracted so much interest amongst the scientific community. There are powerful indications it contains, among other finds, the world’s earliest man-made masonry structures and the earliest use of fire. The leading scientist of the Petralona cave, Dr Aris Poulianos, has been sidelined and defamed by the academics who supported Protsch for many years. After over 100 legal cases and some assassination attempts on his life, Poulianos who is now 95 is still waiting for the international academic community to deal with the fraudsters.

2. Mankind’s Creators presents a number of archaeological and other discoveries which confirm the ancient Greek sources on the native pre-historic civilisation they described. It is now proven that the people of the Aegean were building sophisticated boats as early as 130,000 years ago, and in various waves they colonised much of Europe, Asia and Africa. During the Neolithic period they developed the advanced Civilisation of the Goddess – Mother Earth Demeter. At least some 7,300 years ago they were using a highly complex script consisting of 5,400 different symbols and were the earliest in the use of metallurgy and advanced astronomy.

3. The ancient philosopher Plato claimed that he had discovered information about a prehistoric city called Atlantis by studying the archive of his ancestor Solon. The academic establishment dismisses this case as fictitious. Professor Stavros Papamarinopoulos is an exception. He has observed that many of the professors who reject Plato did not study the relevant ancient Greek texts in detail, and others who claimed they knew such texts often mistranslated them. For example, according to Papamarinopoulos, they understand the word nisos as island, but in ancient texts this word is used to define any land which was close to the sea and not just an island. According to this important observation Atlantis was not necessarily an island…

Historical Atlantis and the first Europeans presents recent scientific, archaeological and human genome discoveries which confirm the ancient Greek reports on the founding of Atlantis by colonisers who originated from southern Greece. It also brings to light further material which elucidates the prehistoric colonisation of the Atlantic, Italy and other regions, as well as the origin of the tribes which constructed Stonehenge and other megalithic monuments.

4. From the fourth century CE onwards the Hellenic, Latin and other polytheist peoples suffered repeated genocides from invading Germanic tribes which followed the Arian Christian heresy. Within two centuries of devastating incursions and raids, much of Western Europe sank into an extreme version of religion which forbade the study of anything that was not approved by the Church. Civilisation in the Greco-Roman world which resisted the Germanic barbarians and remained free, did not sink to its lowest depths as it occurred in central and northern Europe. The Pagans Exterminated is based on a new analysis of the ancient sources, which goes contrary to well-established versions of history. A band of modern professors developed the theory that at about the same time as these invasions began, the Greeks and the Romans did not really exist because they had mixed extensively with various other racial groups. According to this version of history, the only people racially related to the original populations who had created the Greco-Roman civilisation were the invading Germanic tribes themselves. This deceptive theory deprived the native southern populations of their legitimate inheritance as founders and leaders of the Greco-Roman world. It was fabricated by the Germanic academic establishment in order to justify not only the earlier, but also the nineteenth century invasions of southern Europe.

5. Up to the 1970s most professors were aware of the ancient Greek laws which forbade homosexuals from becoming politicians, priests or lawyers, acquiring any public office, serving in the army, being awarded public honours or even presenting a scholarly thesis. Other ancient Greek laws also clearly stated that the penalty for paedophiles was death because their crime was a hybris, meaning an unforgivable insult to men and the Gods. From the 1970s onwards much evidence of this kind was gradually marginalised and forgotten. Professors with Psychosexual Disorders brings to light that thanks to the manipulation of ancient material by one German and one English professor, the contemporary academic establishment accepts that the ancient Greek culture celebrated homosexuality and paedophilia. Nobody seems to be investigating whether this academic trend began by heterophobic professors who distorted and misinterpreted ancient material under the influence of their own psychosexual disorders.

6. The wars between the invading Germanic tribes and the Greco-Roman Empire for the control of Italy lasted for centuries and provided the pretext for the Schism between Catholicism and Orthodoxy. By the eleventh century, Norman mercenaries had betrayed their Greek employers and had established their control of southern Italy. During the same period a number of German and French mercenary armies in Asia Minor were betraying their Greek employers to the benefit of the invading Islamic tribes.

The Crusaders against Christianity brings to light evidence deriving from medieval sources which goes against well-established academic theories and reveals that all first four Crusades aimed at the capture of Constantinople, the richest city and capital of Europe for a number of centuries. During the same period the Western Europeans were attacking from the west and the north, Islam was instructing many Asian and African peoples to attack the Greeks from the east and the south. After centuries of never-ending wars, and thanks to synchronized attacks of countless barbarian tribes coming from every direction for booty, the mighty Greek Christian Empire which included the most populous and richest regions of the medieval world, was depopulated and reduced to ashes. For centuries, both the Muslim and the European slave markets were busy buying and selling millions of Greek slaves.

Transliteration of Greek names

There is no consensus as to how some Greek letters and names should be transliterated in English. Here I use a combination of contemporary and earlier trends. I do not suggest a uniform method to solve this long-lasting problem.

G. S.

 

Foreword 1

The concept of Europe is very much under review at present. Where did its civilisation originate? What were the opposing forces? Who ended up dominating the political field over long periods? Our education has traditionally given us well-established directions, but now is the time to review the evidence. George Saos puts before us the original sources that challenge the validity of the history we have been taught. He sets the southern Mediterranean cultures against the northern barbarian invasions; and the eastern Roman/Byzantine glory against the western Roman disintegration. Far from a single European entity or identity, he unpicks the counter strands and counter cultures that have battled and are still battling behind the current political façade.

This text will stimulate thought and response in everyone concerned about the integrity of Europe’s component peoples and how we got where we are today. 

Brenda Stones        Oxford

 

Foreword 2

History books, especially when well written and documented, are extremely valuable. They provide a reference point and by comparing recent events to similar events in the past, useful conclusions for the present and future can be derived. The saying “those who forget history are compelled to relive it” by Santayana is true.

George Saos presents striking new lessons learned from the past. In the last and longest Forbidden History of the book, Constantinople the capital of the most powerful Christian Empire for centuries, was implementing a foreign policy of appeasement, compassion and inclusion of alien cultures. Constantinople even opened its gates to welcome the 4th Crusade as an allied Christian force, but the Crusaders looted the city and burned the world’s most important art and libraries. The Eastern provinces were also invaded and Islamized by barbarians, to the extent that the former heartland of the greatest Christian power now is a Muslim state called Turkey. This should be a lesson to the entire Christian world, as to where the conflict between the two Christian superpowers (US and Russia) and the modern reckless admission and settlement of millions of Muslims in Europe are going to end.

Kleomenis Paraskevas
New York

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sun with its sixteen rays is an ancient Greek design of the God Helios, often identified with Apollo. Here, Helios is the light of the Universe.

The double-headed eagle is another ancient design which was widely used in the eastern Mediterranean since prehistory. Here the eagle is a guiding force of both the East and the West.

The letters and the ligatures connote a series of values and principles. For example, the A inside the O at the top ray is the first letter of the composite Greek word axiocracy, meaning governance according to values and principles. The O stands for the first letter of the Greek word  oikumene, meaning the inhabited world. The top ray of this Sun brings axiocracy to mankind.

The letter A inside the O at the tail of the eagle this time stands for the Greek word agapi, meaning love. The O stands for the first letter of the Greek word oikogeneia, meaning family. In other words, the world’s guiding force (the double-headed eagle), gets its orientation from the unit of family. 

International Centre for Cultural and Geopolitical Cooperation