A short snapshot of the long history
Milestone 1: Foreign ownership through religion and kings
The first successful move of the Khazarian mafia to conquer Poland came in the 10th century under the guise of the unification of several Slavic princedoms – wild, savage and barbaric, according to history books – and the glorified creation of the country of Poland. Soon afterwards came its christianisation and the proud coronation of the first king, reporting to none other than the mighty Pope.
250 years later another subjection was imposed, this time to the Pope’s northern secular counterpart, Emperor Caesar, the head of the then newly created Holy Roman Empire and the Kingdom of Germany with its base in Aquisgran, today Aachen with its sought-after and well appreciated by the Romans natural hot springs (hence the name aquis-gran, for non-Europeans who don’t know it, aqua means water in Latin) in north-western Germany. This Empire was later known as the First Reich, ideologically and legally following on from the original ancient Roman Empire. It first consisted of several, then several dozen and finally over a hundred independent European states, recognising (by force, with the right obtained from God, or so they claimed) the symbolic supremacy of the Caesar who had usurped the right to appoint all European kings and rule over them. A truly totalitarian One World Order of the Middle Ages – sounds familiar? Note also that the city of Aachen is situated close to the Belgian border and to Brussels – which illustrates how history repeats itself and how they continue playing to the same old tune, operating from their well established lion’s den.
And so for several following centuries Poland had varying kings, alternating between some of the early ones strong and effective in recovering the country and its good name, followed by some disastrous, chosen by and infiltrated by marriages and other tricks of the Khazarian Caesars and watched over by their minions and puppets.
Milestone 2: Foreign ownership through partitioning
Meanwhile, in the 16th century the Caesars finally managed to conquer Moscow by placing their man on the throne and coronating Ivan the Terrible as the first Tsar of All Russia – Tsar being the Russified title of Caesar, with the same acquired status and all privileges as enjoyed by those in Aquisgran, thus making whoever sat on that throne a powerful player indeed. Tragically for Poland it meant losing its eastern Slavic ally forever, from then on being sandwiched between the bad and the evil, as after Ivan’s reign Russia had all foreign tsars, most of them born in today’s Germany/Belgium who couldn’t utter a word in Russian and had no Russian interests in mind whatsoever, until the last tsar Nicolai, also of German roots, got deposed by the Russian Revolution of 1918. They named them Romanov for a good reason, they followed the old Roman iron-fist rule in close alliance with the Khazars of the Western Europe. By the way, by German or Russian we don’t of course at all mean to offend any good people of those countries – we are talking here about their Khazarian rulers and the systems they created in the countries they had brought to their knees, although unfortunately due to lack of awareness this is something as Poles we tend to forget, getting our frustrations out on those nations.
Fast forward to Poland in the second half of the 18th century. The Russian tsar, by then truly almighty, in collaboration with his western cousins on the thrones of germanic Prussia and Austria created political conditions which enabled them to divide all of Poland between themselves and thus we went into oblivion for the next 123 years. Similarly to some other colonised territories in the world, these parts of Poland being on fringes of their glorious empires got either totally neglected and inhabitants brought to long term starvation or changed beyond recognition or both, but either way devastated and robbed of their values, wealth and culture, with the Polish language fand history orbidden from being taught in schools or spoken at home.
Milestone 3: Foreign ownership through deceit
Then came the First World War of 1914 resulting in Poland regaining illusory independence from the colonists. Illusory, as its end coincided with the Russian Revolution and with hindsight we all know what a load of good it had brought to anybody. As Poles living on their doorstep we were just geographically too close not to be affected. Little did we know at the time that the favourite Polish leader of the period between the two World Wars called Piłsudski was trained by and collaborated closely with the Bolsheviks, who themselves had been trained, financed and incited by the western Khazars. By the way, there was never a Cold War, both sides were part of the same club to manipulate the world by fear of one another according to an old Roman or maybe Babylonian maxim: divide and conquer.
And not surprisingly, by the Treaty of Yalta after the Second World War in 1945 we were signed over without a say to the mafia again, this time to their communist experiment in Russia. Interestingly, all of the ancient Slavic territory located in modern eastern half of Germany with strong Slavic roots from the past, as well as other Slavic countries south of Poland were also added to that bloc as if to stick all the remaining European Slavs into one sack, tightly tying the rope so that they don’t move. It wasn’t until the early 1980-ies with the communist economy almost imploding on itself, that we FINALLY, or so we had desperately hoped, saw a mirage of being rescued by the West, lured by their illusion of freedom, advanced technologies and material prosperity. In 1989 we jumped at the chance, rejoiced, danced, blown our horn and celebrated, only to find out later that we had gotten ourselves signed over to… the Khazarians of Washington DC and The Crown of London. It was like losing World War 3, a shockingly unexpected stab in the back. No need to explain further any of its implications, the whole world knows them first hand as well.
For the Slavs, but equally the rest of humanity, its time to stop feeling as slaves and snap out of the thousand years of back-to-back political and mental enslavement and free our collective soul and spirit from the trauma.
Some interesting facts
Until around 8-10th century the Slavs were not called Slavs at all; instead it seems we were given this collective name to affirm in our belief that from then on we should be slaves to the powers that be… Earlier we went by numerous local princedom names and the collective name of Vedi, Vendi, Venedi in their different variations, sometimes written with a V or W but always pronounced as v and indicating some connection to the Vedas. The ancient Romans referred to us as Venedi, Vendi or Vandali, in old English records we were called Vinedas, in old German Wenden or Winden, in Danish Vendere, in Swedish Vender, in old Norse (old Norwegian) we were the Vindr people, the Czech called us Wendove and we ourselves used the name Wendowie. Get the picture?
For simplicity of course we will stick to the name of Slavs and let’s see where else we can be found other than in Poland, as it seems we were once present in the whole of Europe in all directions from where we are today, gradually squeezed out from our lands throughout the so called modern history. In fact, as some claim and prove it, we were the original indigenous inhabitants of Europe, founding most cities, farming the land and living peacefully under other local names which will be familiar to you, but which you would notnecessarily associate with their Slav origins as they became germanised or otherwise changed to follow local languages and suit political agendas. Easy to spot proofs remain regardless, for example in the language and some European city names, a few of which are listed here and which everyone can examine for themselves as there is lots on the internet, except we don’t pay attention and don’t notice when we don’t know.
- The Etruscans, arguably the oldest peoples of Europe, who lived on the land of today’s Italy and surrounding islands long before the Romans, must have been the earliest proto-Slavic peoples of Vedic Aryan origin, whose ancient texts can only be understood through Slavonic languages. They used the same characters in their alphabet called the runes as did the Slavs in other areas, and similar as the Philistines in the Middle East (giving the name to today’s Palestine), which survived in its evolved form as the Cyrillic alphabet. The Romans later created the Latin alphabet based on Slavic runes, whose letters follow the same order (as opposed to Hebrew or ancient Greek), although the characters are changed, some simplified in their form and some literally turned upside down as if to intentionally cause vibrational linguistic chaos.
- The Etruscans called themselves Rosina or Rasna, other Slavs called them Russki and the Romans turned it to Tusci or Etrusci, which gave the name to the beautiful region of Tuscany in northern Italy.
- It was the Etruscan kings who had founded the all-powerful city of Rome with its unmistakable architectural style – copied the world over – with it’s columns, aqueducts, sewers and melioration and equipped with otherwonderful discoveries and amenities like baths, which were later claimed by the Romans as theirs.
- The Etruscan sacred symbol was the swastika called the windlass, meaning a turnstile, name taken from the rotation during the year of the Great Bear constellation around the Northern Star Polaris – the measure of time, symbol of the Sun and repetitive astronomical and human life cycles. They knew the sexagesimal mathematical system, which allowed complicated and very accurate astronomical and astrological calculations which the decimal system simply cannot do. The Khazarian Romans couldn’t understand that system and so created the decimal one widely used to this day, thus showing Etruscan superiority. The Etruscan goddess of the underworld, fertility and rebirth Vatika or Vatica resided in and was worshipped by them on the nearby hill, on which the Vatican City and the Holy See was later chosen to be located, with it taking over the reign over human destiny through the use of ancient symbols of power and fertility still remaining painted and sculpted in the hill and tunnels underneath. Another Etruscan goddess Minerva reigning over the waters, sailers, commerce and the arts was taken over by the Romans, who came with them all the way to the British Isles as goddess Britannia, where she patrons to this day, with the hymn to her honour Rule Britannia being sang at every patriotic occasion. Britannia’s depiction on some modern British coins closely resembles her image from the Etruscan statues. Both of these goddesses have been traced back to their counterparts in India and arrived to Europe with the Vedic peoples via Mesopotamia, where they were also known and worshipped, albeit by different names but with the same attributes and images. Let’s not forget the symbolic power of names and images in general, and in particular where they refer to the all powerful gods of the Old World, of which the Khazars were only too well aware and used it to their advantage.
- There are numerous remains of temples in the Middle East which were clearly constructed by the peoples who came from or were connected with the Vedic peoples from the Indian subcontinent, as they display the building style and equipment suitable to or required by ancient Indian yogic practices and are richly decorated with sculpted vegetation of non existent and seemingly not known plants in this part of the world, like the lotus flower. One of them is the famous magnificent Baalbek temple in Lebanon.
- The Slavic Hellenes were in Greece long before the Greeks and the Macedonians. They were related to the Trojans. It was the Hellenic princess who was rescued by the Trojans – whether literally or figuratively – causing the famous Trojan War.
- There are numerous examples of modern Russian words showing linguistic affinities with the oldest Vedic Sanskrit texts, as well as quite a few names of rivers and lakes in the Asian part of Russia and Siberia, showing one possible migration route of the Vedic Aryans from India towards Europe, the other being via Mesopotamia. Whatever their route (or indeed direction) there is certainly a clear connection between these cultures, otherwise what would the reason be for calling modern languages Indo-European.
- The word Vedic gave its root to numerous people’s and city names in Europe but also in India, evolving into words starting with Ved, Vend, Ven, Vin, Van and so on, the best known examples here being the city of Venice in Italy, Vienna in Austria (originally Vindobona, called Wien in Austrian today and pronounced as Vin) and St Petersburg in Russia (originally Vineta) and hundreds of smaller towns all founded by the Vedic/Slavic peoples.Vindobona (later Wien) was funded by the Celts, who were also somehow related to those of Vedic Aryan descent, or at least they were using an alphabet similar to Etruscan. It still lingers on as a dialect called ven in the Venetian region, in the French region of Brittany and in the Celtic Cornwall and Wales in Great Britain, where it may no longer be easily recognised as Slavonic, but there are some traces visible to linguists.
- Names starting with Vend or Vind scholars take for the same as Hind. In the oldest language of the Vedic Sanskrit, the word vend means glory, honour or fame and such were the peoples bearing this name. The Aryan Goths were revered as such or even higher, it is claimed that the English word for god and German Gott comes from everyone looking up to these divine peoples.
- Some regional names for the Vedic Aryans in Europe other than the Etruscans, Celts or the Vandals were the Scythians, Alans and the Goths who can be traced to have ancestors among the Chaldeans, the first inhabitants of Mesopotamia (roughly today’s Iraq and parts of Turkey and Iran) well before the birth of Christ, today wrongly labelled as the Sumerians. Chaldea was that highest civilisation which influenced the whole ancient world for some six thousand years. Babylon was one of its many cities whose name meant The Gate of God – was it a portal to other realms?
- Hostile take over of the Gate of God city around the year 1,800 before Christ by the Khazarian kings certainly proved a valuable and magic possession, it led to their relatively quick conquering of the vast areas of Mesopotamia, which from then on and for another thousand years went under the name of Babylon. Amongst those kings was the famous Hammurabi, who established a new rule for the region by writing a code of conduct known as The Code of Hammurabi (An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, in stark opposition to God’s true laws of love and forgiveness), altering the course of history. His Code was adopted by the ancient Roman Empire, and through them got gradually imposed on the rest of the world. To this day even most complex commercial contractual laws follow on from them.
- After settling in, the new Babylonians claimed the Chaldean culture and legacy as theirs, whilst the Chaldeans had to suffer their fate in silence or run away under new names in all directions, including today’s Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan, up to and including the south of Ukraine and around the Mediterranean basin, covering north Africa and southern Europe where they founded city states and prospered. After the fall on the Tower of Babel (i.e. being thrown out from the region for bad behaviour – to put it mildly – in the year 605 before Christ) the Khazars roughly followed in the Chaldeans’ tracks like bad smell, a cruel nightmare come true, gradually taking over their cities by force or by ruse and trick, from where they spread further afield and the rest is history, the history of the whole world. This explains the conflict over Ukraine today, it had become the Khazarian stronghold for 10 centuries away from the prying eyes of the Europeans and highly lucrative because of its proximity to the silk route, to which they claim their right to this day. Around the 19th century Chaldea was officially renamed Sumeria to further confuse the picture and to conceal the legacy of the Vedic Aryans in the region.
- From the joint name of the Goths and Alans who settled in today’s Spain, Gothoalania was created and today the region is called Cathaluna. To the north of Spain settled the Vandals, who were the Slavs arrived from/via Venice into the area which they named Galicia, from where they went further north and became the Gauls of France, then settling in southern Poland around the city of Kraków, also naming the region Galicja. That name itself originates from the ancient Armenian settlement or region of Galatia, no longer existent under this name, but according to old maps it was located in today’s Turkey somewhere around the city of Ankara. Interestingly, some old maps show that entire region under the name Iberia… So it seems the whole of the ancient Iberia in the Middle East moved over to this western corner of Europe known today as the Iberian Peninsula and now inhabited by the Spaniards and the Portuguese. Such is the fate and the amazing journey of these peoples and such is the route, or at least one of them, for the Slavs into Europe and into Poland, bringing with them their gods and sacred knowledge, and high culture with skills and traditions, establishing trends for the whole culture and languages in the European region well before Christ, which the Romans with the use of the sword and the Latin alphabet aimed to uproot and destroy or damn right claim as their own.
- The Goths were the greatest and the most magical builders with their out of this world skills, possibilities and divine inspirations, whence comes the name for the Gothic architectural style of the Renaissance visible in constructions everywhere. Their later work is sometimes attributed to the Tartarians, who settled after the Scythes in the then Armenian region, possibly starting around the cities of Bukhara and Samarkand, eventually spreading north and founding the Kingdom of Great Tartary from the Caspian Sea covering European Russia and most of northern Asia up to the Pacific coast, and a Small Tartary with Moscow and Kiev as its principal cities. It’s worth pursuing their hidden history as their traces are visible on all continents as well.
- There are hundreds of other cities and towns with Slavic names everywhere around Europe, Berlin being one of the better known. In old Vedic language Berl means the swamp and the suffix -in designates an adjective, so Berl-in means swampy, which we know the area definitely was. Another is Stockholm, the capitol of Sweden, which was originally called Stekolny. Being an adjective form of steklo meaning glass, it became a glass-like city and may have been named so by association with it being positioned on 14 small islands surrounded by and reflecting water. To this day the king of Sweden officially bears the title of The King of Swedes, Goths and Vandals, acknowledging the Slavic ancient right of presence there.
- The writers of this text have not been able to pursue the true beginnings of Paris, Brussels or London and other prominent cities, but there as elsewhere the same original architectural style points to the same magical Slavic builders, both ancient and Gothic or Tartarian, whose work has in fact been spread the world over.
As you can see his-story should be replaced by our true story.