THE EPOCH OF THE XV CENTURY
8. THE GREAT TRANSMIGRATION OF PEOPLES. INDIA.
In the Scandinavian chronicles' narration, for example, about colonization and conquest of Europe by the descendants of the 'Mongols', Goths, Turks and Tatars, is reflected the colonization of then sparsely populated Europe during the great invasion of the XIV century [5v]. It was also called the SCYTHIAN invasion. The Scandinavian geographic tractates and the Bible talk about it as populating of the world by the descendants of JAPHETH.
This colonization was not completely forgotten by Western Europeans of the XVII-XVIII cc. In the process of the artificial shift downwards approximately by a thousand years due to an error in the date of Nativity of Jesus Christ, it moved to the 'early Middle Ages'. And is reflected there in the form of the Gothic – Hunnic – Slavic conquest of Europe allegedly of the V-VI cc. well-known in the Scaligerian history. Later it was declared 'savage, barbaric invasion'. Altogether evil.
The colonization of the undeveloped territories of Eurasia, allegedly of the V-VI cc. was called the 'GREAT migration of peoples'. When reading the word 'great' in Greek we find 'megalion', i.e. the MONGOL migration. It is all correct. What is meant here is the invasion of Eurasia in the XIV century.
As the Mediaeval sources say [5v2], ch.9, in INDIA, i.e. in the DISTANT country lived Gog and Magog. We have already talked about where they lived in reality, The Goths and the Mongols, i.e. Cossacks, and the Russians and the Tatars in general lived in the metropoly of the Great Empire. So, once again it turns out that Mediaeval INDIA is Russia-Horde of the XIV-XVI cc.
Generally INDIA is an old Russian word. It originated from a now forgotten dialect INDE, meaning 'in another place', 'from the other side', 'in some places, 'somewhere' , p.235. That is why INDIA is simply a FAR OFF COUNTRY, OVERSEAS. Then a Russian word INDE transgressed into Latin which was created in the XV-XVI cc. without even changing its form. In the Latin dictionary you will find: INDE – therefrom, from that place'.
So, the Western Europeans in their late 'learned language' Latin would call THE FAR OFF COUNTRIES - INDIA. That is why when the chronicler writes 'about India' you ought not think that he necessarily means modern India. In the XVII century the name 'India' was taken from Russia-Horde and kept only a small part of it previously belonging to the former Great Empire.
9. THE BACCHANALIAN CULT IN THE MEDIAEVAL WESTERN EUROPE
'Classical Antiquity', the Dionysian bacchanalian cult was widespread in Western Europe not in 'deep antiquity', but in the XIII-XVI cc. It was one of the forms of the Royal Christianity. Ceremonial prostitution was an integral part of Western Christian liturgy. Another example is the cult of love in some Indian temples on the Hindustan peninsula.
The necessity to restrain the orgiastic cult inspired the establishment of the Imperial Inquisition and the enactment of rigorous reforms both in the church and social life of Europe in the XV-XVI cc. In the Eastern Orthodox Church and, in particular, in Russia, bacchanalian practices have never proliferated. That is why there was no Inquisition in the Orthodox Church. It was due to the pressure of the negative implications of the bacchanalian religious ceremonies that the Western Church was compelled to ban the Dionysian orgies and to change over to a more moderate form of the cult [1v], [2v1], ch.1.
The famous descriptions of the 'diabolical Sabbaths' in Western Europe tell us about the same Christian 'agape'-Bacchanalias, but already declared by the reformers of the Western Church to be the 'work of the devil'. One of the main characteristics of the agape-Sabbaths, as the Scaligerian history tells us, were the orgiastic Bacchanalia. Naturally, the new Western 'Renovated Church' put the onus for the agape-Bacchanalia on the 'devil' in order to smother any recollections among the congregation of their quite recent bacchic-Christian past. It was ruthlessly cut off and accredited to a 'different religion'. And under a term 'classical antiquity' banished it to the deep past.
A XIX century scientist Champfleury wrote: 'Time after time when I explored the old cathedrals in an attempt to uncover the mysterious truth behind their beguiling indecent ornamentation, all of my explanations seemed to me to be a commentary on a book written in some language which was entirely foreign to me… What is one to think, for example, of a strange sculpture placed in a shadow of a column of a subterranean hall in a Mediaeval Cathedral in Bourges?' Quoted according to , v.5, p.661. The human buttocks in an indecent pose and analogous imagery are being depicted [2v1], ch.1.
All such imagery and sculptures are not the mockery of the church, but have the same purely invitational meaning as an image of the jugs of beer spewing froth above the doors of the German beerhouses. Of course, all of this meant something only prior to the unfolding repressions of the new evangelical church and Imperial Inquisition of the XV-XVI cc. against the Western Christian Bacchanalian cult.
In a close connection with the Christian pornographic imagery are also the analogous 'ancient' monuments, for example, in 'ancient' Pompeii. However, falsely perceived 'coyness' prevents the scientific community from studying these most interesting materials.
V.Klassovsky tells us about the excavations in Pompeii: 'Those of the paintings which represent some acutely erotic and indecorous scenes so loved by the ancients, are kept locked… in the house of the loose women… SOMEONE DURING THE NIGHT SCRAPED OFF THE INDECOROUS FRESCOES WITH A KNIFE … Lately all the Pompeii paintings and sculptures which are not compatible with the modern notions of decency, are being kept in the SECRET DEPARTMENT of the Bourbon museum, where only those, who present a special permit from the top authorities, are allowed access. To obtain such a permit in a lawful manner is not easy', p.75-76.
In Pompeii some houses were discovered where above the entrances stone phalluses were attached. The connection between a phallus and the Christian cult can be seen not only in the Western-European temples. 'In Hierapolis there were carved out of granite phalluses of an enormous size, 180 feet high and higher; they were placed in the threshold of a temple , p.122. V. Klassovsky naively thought that these enormous phalluses served as a 'moral instruction' to 'those who were praying' (?) , p.122. But most likely it was a conventional symbol, like a signboard. Like the analogous stone phallic depictions of Indian Shiva Lingam murti [2v1].
Let us go back to the eruption of Vesuvius which destroyed Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum. Their destruction in the XVI or even in the XVII century (year 1631) reflected in the Old Testament as the downfall of Sodom and Gomorrah. In the Bible this is described as the punishment of the inhabitants of those cities for their lecherous sexual behavior. So what do we see in the excavated Pompeii? Take a walk down the streets of Pompeii. You will see brothels, many indecent frescos with graphic scenes of sexual nature. In this part of the city in the XV-XVI cc. there were organized mass orgies. The authors of the Old Testament, more chaste Christians, were outraged by this debauchery, which reflected in their account of the ruin of Sodom (Stabiae) and Gomorrah (Herculaneum).
Today it is considered that practically all the Mediaeval Roman Christian churches are built allegedly 'on top of the ruins of the pagan temples' [2v], ch.1. Where these 'preceding ancient monuments' were for some reason approximately of the same purpose and even having the same name as the Christian temples . For example, St. Dionysius Church was built allegedly in place of the 'ancient pagan temple of Dionysus, etc. The picture is clear. Having declared its recent bacchanalian past 'unsound', - under the pressure of some or other external factors, - the Eastern Christian Church having transgressed to the reformist phase of the XV-XVI cc. simply RENAMED its pagan-bacchanal temples and announced the former Christian-Bacchanal gods to be the new Evangelical Saints. Sometimes even preserving their names. And the congregation got used to them.
10. THE INQUISITION IN THE PAGES OF THE BIBLE.
The Old Testament speaks a lot about the abominations and vile customs of the local inhabitants of the land of Canaan, whom the Israelites = fighters for God annihilated. It is interesting to see what exactly those 'abominations' were. Their description corresponds surprisingly well
with a list of crimes which were subjected to persecution by the Inquisition. The 'new inquisition' was introduced at the end of the XV century in some isolated countries in the West, and by 1542 it embraced all of Western Europe [5v1], ch.12. All of the Bible's testimonies about the Inquisition wonderfully correspond with our reconstruction, since the end of the XV – the beginning of the XVI cc. – is precisely the epoch of the greatest sweep of the second Ottoman conquest of Europe. The previous wave of the Inquisition, usually dated the XIII century, is most likely just a phantom reflection of the XV-XVI cc. Inquisition [5v1], ch.12:10.
So, the specifications of the XV-XVI cc. Inquisition are sufficiently reflected in the Pentateuch, which narrates mainly about the events of this exact epoch.