Behind the Bush; Aleister Crowley, Yeats, the Anti Christ & Armageddon – 4


by Jack Heart

The Christians sacked Jerusalem under the burning sun of July 1099. In the finest tradition of Yahweh they slaughtered every living thing in the city

The first Crusade brought victory to the west and with Christian power consolidated in the Holy Land a little over a decade later came Bernard; a charismatic mystic and nobleman from Burgundy. Along with thirty five other young noblemen from Burgundy Bernard sought admission into the obscure Cistercian Order founded in 1098 just a year before the fall of Jerusalem

By 1115 Bernard had already become a Catholic icon that would be hailed posthumously as; Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. He was as blood thirsty a saint as ever occupied the central stage of history. His sermons against the Cathars in the town of Albi would ignite the Albigensian crusade and the prosecution to death of the “heretics.” In addition to being a euphemism for the extermination of the entire populace of Languedoc the land grab wiped from the face of Christianity the last vestiges of Gnostic truth.
The homicidally psychotic saint’s words and famous letter would shortly spawn the second crusade and his uncharacteristic intercession on behalf of the Jews in Mainz would save the Jews from Christian wrath during that crusade. In the meantime the Cistercian order was catapulted to prominence by the infusion of nobility and became the right hand of the Pope.
When Bernard arrived in Seborga in Northern Italy on February 1117 he joined Gondemar and Rossal two of the young nobleman who had joined the Cistercian order with him. Templar archives found for the principality of Seborga indicate Gondemar and Rossal had been sequestered there from all the way back in 1113 to guard a “great secret.” A year later they were joined by 7 other noblemen; Andre de Montbar; Bernard’s uncle , Count Hugues I de Champagne, Hugues de Payns, Payen de Mont Didier, Geoffroy de Saint-Omer, Archambaud de Saint Amand and Geoffroy Bisol.
Eight of them arrived in Jerusalem on May 14th 1119; they were joined years later by Hugues de Payns who Bernard would later nominate to be the first Grand Master of the Templar’s. Upon their arrival in Jerusalem the Templar’s were met by its freshly minted Christian King; Baudoin the first of Jerusalem. He personally cloistered the Templar’s in what was said to be the Stables of Solomon.
The Templar’s immediately launched the first great archeological dig in history. In 1867 the tunnels they dug were excavated by England’s Royal engineers. The Templar’s had bored straight down through 80 feet of Solid rock to an underground labyrinth beneath the ruined temple of Solomon. What they found can only be speculated on. When the Royal engineers reached them the chambers of the labyrinth were empty save for a few relics left by the Templar’s themselves.
The main excavations of the Templar’s were completed by the end of 1127 when all of the original members retuned to Seborga. They were met by Bernard and under great pomp and ceremony he ordained Hugues de Payns as the first Grand Master of the Templar’s. Along with their counterparts the Knights Hospitaller the Templar’s proceeded to become the primary powers in Europe for the next two centuries.
At the dawn of the fourteenth century the reacquisition of the Holy Land was looking less and less feasible in light of the recent futility of the third Crusade. King Philip IV of France had grown leery of a centralized power within his kingdom, a power with an independent army, unrestrained by borders, and whose fealty to both Pope and Crown were questionable.
Phillip had accrued insurmountable banking debts and cast covetous eyes toward the Templar’s wealth. Through intrigue he had managed to get excommunicated then unexcommunicated. In the process the pope that had excommunicated him, Boniface VIII, died and was replaced by Phillips boyhood friend Pope Clement V.
When the Templar’s refused one of his many demands for funding his endless wars Phillip acted with the help of his puppet pope. At dawn on Friday, October 13, 1307, scores of French Templar’s were simultaneously arrested by agents of King Philip and charged with trumped up charges of heresy. The Grand Master Jacques de Molay was burned at the stake but most of the order escaped along with one of the richest treasures in the known world.
There is record of 18 Templar ships being in port at La Rochelle, France on October 12, 1307 but by the next day they had vanished. In the aftermath the Swiss suddenly became renowned warriors and bankers, Scotland independent and Portugal emerged as a great sea power.
Long before Columbus set sail for the New World maps were circulating around the royal courts of the old one depicting its coastline. In 1513 Piri Reis an admiral in the Ottoman Turkish court copied a map from older sources. Some of the sources had been rumored to have been used by Columbus. The map is now called the Piri Reis map. It depicts the western coast of Africa, the eastern coast of South America, and the northern coast of Antarctica.
The Piri Reis Map with North and South America super imposed below it.
The map hardly provides evidence for human interaction with beings from outer space as proposed by Erich von Däniken and the Dänikenites but it does show a reasonable facsimile of the South American coast with a mountainous spine running through the interior. The mountains can only be read as the Andes. The map shows the Atlantic Ocean close to its actual proportions. Antarctica is shown 600 miles north of where it should be and in spite of the ranting of the Dänikenites is not clearly depicted. But it would not even be discovered for another 305 years.
There should be little doubt by now that academia would like nothing better than to dismiss Antarctica’s appearance on The Piri Reis Map as a stain but unfortunately for them in 1531 the entire Antarctic coast was accurately drawn by Oronce Fine in what is now called the Oronteus Finaeus Map.
the Oronteus Finaeus Map
The Antarctic makes its next implausible appearance in 1614 on the cover of SIR WALTER RALEGH’S HISTORY OF THE WORLD.
“Sir” Walter Ralegh one of their own, murdered by his pope for talking too much about city’s of gold.
On March 31, 1492, the Edit of Expulsion was signed by the monarchs of Spain at the prodding of the papacy and their hatchet men who comprised the Inquisition. The deadline for Jews to leave Spain was August 3, 1492 the Ninth of Av or Tisha B’av on the Jewish calendar.
The ships set sail before dawn on this day of fasting commemorating the destruction of both Temples. On board was Luis de Torres who was fluent in Hebrew, Chaldean and Arabic. Columbus expected to use Torres as an interpreter when they encountered the lost tribes of Israel. The expedition’s doctor and navigator were also Jews.
Columbus would need a Jewish navigator because he would be using a metal astrolabe invented by Avraham Zacuto a Jewish professor at the University of Salamanca. The instrument was used in accordance with Zacuto’s astronomical tables and gave the exact hours for the rising of the planets and fixed stars. Zacuto’s astronomical tables, called Ha-ḥibbur ha-gadol, were in Hebrew and would not be published in Latin till 1496.
It is common knowledge that right before he sighted the New World Columbus and his crew bore witness to mysterious lights in the sky. What is not common knowledge is that Columbus was later hauled before the inquisition for saying the lights took the form of a Jewish Menorah.
Columbus was heavily financed by Jews, among them were Juan Cabrero, royal chamberlain of King Ferdinand, Luis de Santangelo, chancellor of the royal household of king Ferdinand and queen Isabella and Gabriel Sanchez, treasurer of Aragon. Ostensibly, with the exception of Zacuto who fled to Jerusalem, all these men were converted and called Marrano (swine in English) Christians by the Catholics.
Although these men were called pigs they were allowed to keep their immense fortunes and pretty much ran Spain in spite of the Inquisition. In fact the letter formally announcing Columbus’s discovery of the New World was addressed to Luis de Santangelo and it was from Santangelo that Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand would hear of the expedition’s success.
By 1556 it was forbidden in Spain by the Inquisition to print any books about America without special license from the Council of the kingdom of Spain. In 1571 King Phillip ordered the confiscation of the yet unpublished manuscripts of eyewitness and renowned advocate for the Indians Bartoleme De Las Casas. The work chronicled the voyages and early exploration of the New World by Columbus. The manuscripts were taken to Madrid where they were assiduously rewritten under the watchful eye of Juan Lopez De Velasco, Censor of the Council of the Indies, who is quoted as saying “the interest of the State is over disclosing the truth.”
The Durán Codex, although it was completed by 1581, wasn’t published until the 19th century when it was found in a library in Madrid. The author of the Duran codex, Diego Duran, was convinced that Spain had discovered the lost tribes of Israel in the Aztec.
Duran can be quoted directly here: “Seeing that their stories are so like those found in the Holy Scriptures I cannot help but believe that [these Indians are the children of Israel].”
“As proof of this, in order to make it clear, I wish to mention the rites, idolatries, and superstitions these people had. They made sacrifices in the mountains, and under trees, in dark and gloomy caves, and in the caverns of the earth. They burned incense, killed their sons and daughters, sacrificed them, and offered them as victims to their gods. They sacrificed children, ate human flesh, killed prisoners and captives of war. All of these were also Hebrew rites practiced by those ten tribes of Israel, and all were carried out with the greatest ceremony and superstitions one can imagine.”
“What most forces me to believe that these Indians are of Hebrew descent is their strange insistence in clinging to their idolatries and superstitions, for they pay them much heed, just as their ancestors did. As David states, in Psalm 106, when the people were afflicted by God, they pleaded that He forgive them in His mercy; but then they forgot and returned to idolatry:
” ‘And they served their idols; which were a snare unto them. Yea, they sacrificed their sons and daughters unto devils. And shed innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan: and the land was polluted with blood.’ ”
Duran also notes the Aztecs penchant for ingesting ceremonial mushrooms “When the sacrifice was finished and the steps and courtyard were bathed in human blood, everyone went to eat raw mushrooms. With this food they went out of their minds and were in a worse state than if they had drunk a great quantity of wine. They became so inebriated and witless that many of them took their lives with their own hands. Under the strong influence of these mushrooms they saw visions and had revelations about the future, since the devil spoke to them in their drunken madness.”
Biblical scholar John Allegro got to the Dead Sea Scrolls early in the nineteen fifties working on them as an interpreter at the invitation of Gerald Lankester Harding the man responsible for the scrolls ever seeing the light of day. Frequently Allegro was at odds with his colleagues. In 1956 he wrote a letter to Roland Guérin de Vaux, the Dominican Priest who lead the Catholic team of interpreters, saying “It’s a pity that you and your friends cannot conceive of anything written about Christianity without trying to grind some ecclesiastical or non-ecclesiastical axe.”
In 1970 Allegro published The Sacred Mushroom and The Cross to the unmitigated horror of the Vatican. The book theorizes that Jesus was a hallucinogenic mushroom and never really existed. The book also provides scholarly documentation that hallucinogenic mushrooms were central to Judaic beliefs at the time the Dead Sea scrolls were written; about two thousand years ago. The Dene speaking people of the Southwest hold hallucinogenic mushrooms as central to their religious ceremony’s to this very day.
Scholars have accused Duran of using the mysterious Crónica X as a source. The similarities between the materials of Durán, Acosta, and Tovar, were first noted by scholar Robert Barlow in 1945. Leading him to propose a now popularly accepted theory that they were all generated by a common source. Crónica X if it ever did exist has disappeared to prosperity but its existence prior to Columbus ever even reaching Hispaniola would explain a lot of his more inexplicable actions.
The peace loving and idyllic Taíno Indians, native to the islands of Hispaniola and Cuba, were immediately accused by Columbus of the very same demonic acts that would later be witnessed, detail by chilling detail, when contact was made with the Aztecs decades later. In Columbus’s last voyage the explorer now thoroughly discredited and blamed for much of the atrocities perpetrated against the Taíno doggedly probes the coast of Central America.
Aztec civilization flourished just miles to the North on the other side of the Yucatan peninsula in yet undiscovered Mexico. Columbus would, no doubt, have been vindicated if he had found the bloodthirsty and gold laden children of hell he had been making the Taíno out to be. From the second he first stepped ashore on Hispaniola Columbus engaged in a single minded quest for gold as if he expected it to be there. The Conquistadors who preceded him on the mainland left no doubts as to their primary objective.
Once again you have been told a monumental lie. Academia’s version of history would have you believe that a man named Christopher Columbus of Italian descent whose primary occupations were bargaining in wool and tending bar cut a deal to become a junior partner with the monarchs of Spain thorough the Capitulations of Santa Fe.
Further adding to the incredulity history tells you that Columbus was born in the 1450’s so in early historical operations attributed to him as captain or corsair he would have been as young as 14 or 15. As Spanish historians already take for granted the real Christopher Columbus was more than likely Joan Colom Bertran, a Catalan of the Colon Bertran family of Barcelona. They were a highly ranked family of professional sea farers.
Colom held similar offices as those attributed to Columbus and there are striking resemblances in his family coat of arms to those recorded later by history to be that of the Columbus family. Regardless as to the real identity of Columbus his signature is on record signed with a hooked X . The hooked X is the Knights Templar equivalent of a dog peeing on a tree to mark its territory.
Columbus’s signature signed with a hooked X
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(Authors note – this is by no means all the sources used in writing this 9  piece essay just the ones I hardily endorse. There are many links that will take you to other sources and some are taken from oral traditions, books that are not supposed to even be in print and things I have seen with my own eyes. Put your faith in nothing except your weapons of war. Check everything I’ve written. Only fools and Christians believe in things that cannot be proved. Crowley teaches his followers to be skeptical of everything. When someone asks you to believe what cannot be proved they are wasting your time. And time is the most precious thing you have.)


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