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The bronze liver of Piacenza : different lighting in an attempt to read correctly the etruscan names of Gods in sectors of the inferior aspect.
An attempt to read correctly the etruscan names of Gods in sectors of the inferior aspect of the Piacenza bronze liver.
Another attempt to read correctly the etruscan names of Gods in sectors of the inferior aspect of the Piacenza bronze liver.
The aptly named Liver, from live, vital, maker of blood, covered in tale-tell membranes, vallonated, and mysterious in configuration, is the Gate of Gods, and the organ of true vision ( Annick de Souzenelle, Le symbolisme du corps humain ). SEMI caved is a syllabic reversal ( SYRE ) of ved-ca followed no doubt by metathesis and an initial digamma of ve-cad ( vve-cad > fe-cad ) in Yehuda Levy’s vision of Hebrew is Greek,
fégato ( ITAL )
ficao ( SARD )
fécato ( NAPO )
fégat ( ROMG )
feghet ( BOLO )
figà ( VENE )
fédigo ( RMSC )
fétigo ( RMSC )
fidig ( PIEM )
fidegh ( LOMB )
ficàtum Jecur ( LATI )
fedges ( PROV )
feie ( OFRA )
foie ( FRAN )
< Sweet taste of swine liver ? ( Delâtre ) or „enggraissé aux FIGUES” – fattened ( Littré ) cf. sykoti ( HELL ) and sykon ( HELL ) cf yakrt ( SSKT ), > ficàtum Jecur ( ITAL ) figo yakrt, > figurat ? ( Courtesy of Francesco Bonomi – Vocabolario Etimologico della Lingua Italiana Tutti i diritti riservati Copyright 2004-2008 )
HERNIA (LATI), MARUNTAIE (DARO) < HARU (ETRU) HARU (ETRU) < gher-, ghor-na, „bowels, entrails” (PIEU) The first element of the word haru_spex originates ultimately in Proto-Indo-European gher-, ghor-na, „bowels, entrails”, from which Latin hernia, „protruding viscera”, and hira, „empty gut”, also derive. The second part of the word haru_spex, „observer”, is related to the Latin verb spicio, spicere, spectus, „watch”.
B. Ancient Babylonian hepatoscopy
( From 8000 INSC over 1200 years, starting around 1500 BC )
List of images in Gray’s Anatomy: XI. Splanchnology (Photo credit: Wikipedia) 1. Lobe gauche ; 2. Lobe droit ; 3. Lobe de Spiegel ou lobe caudé ; 4. Lobe carré ou éminence porte antérieure ; 5. Artère hépatique et veine porte ; 6. Ganglions (ou nœuds) lymphatiques ; 7. Vésicule biliaire.
The Babylonians were famous for hepatoscopy.
This Babylonian practice was mentioned in the Book of Ezekiel 21:21:
„For the king of Babylon stands at the parting of the way, at the head of the two ways, to use divination; he shakes the arrows, he consults the household idols, he looks at the liver.”
The liver was considered the source of the blood and hence the base of life itself.
From this belief, the Mesopotamians deemed the liver of special sheep the means to discover the will of the gods. The priest, called a bārû, was specially trained to interpret the „signs” of the liver and a monumental compendium of omens was assembled called the Bārûtu.
The Bārûtu, the “art of the diviner,” is a monumental ancient Mesopotamian compendium of the science of extispicy or sacrificial omens stretching over around a hundred cuneiform tablets which was assembled in the Neo-Assyrian/Babylonian period based upon earlier recensions.:46
At the Assyrian court, the term extended to encompass sacrificial prayers and rituals, commentaries and organ models.:619–620
The ikribu was the name of collections of incantations to accompany the extispicy.
The bārûtu’s extant predecessors date back to Old Babylonian times with the liver models from Mari (pictured right) and where the order of the exta were largely fixed.
The task of the bārû, or diviner, was summarized as
lipit qāti hiniq immeri naqē niqē nēpešti bārûti,
“the ‘touch of hand’, the restriction? of the sheep, the offering of the sacrifice, the performance of extispicy.”:23
This required elaborate ritual purity, achieved through
washing hands and mouth,
donning fresh clothing,
placing tamarisk and cedar into the diviner’s ears,
anointing and fumigation with sulfur:29 –
all measures to avoid the outcome of the apodosis lā ellu niqâ input,
“an unclean person has touched the sacrifice.”
The autopsy then proceeded in a counter-clockwise direction, beginning with the liver, the lungs, then the breastbone, vertebrae, ribs, colon and finally the heart.
1,0 The Text of the bārûtu
1.1 The Parts of the bārûtu
1.2 The Copyists of the bārûtu
1.3 The References on bārûtu
1.0 The text
The work is particularly difficult to interpret due to the extensive use of graphemes, but included an estimated 8,000 omens.:620
These were the accumulation of a millennium and a half of observations of political, social and private events and the divinatory signs that accompanied them but bereft of their chronological context or other identifying marker and stylistically posed in the form of a prediction.
Occasionally, an attribution is made to a king, but it is inevitably archaic:
„Omen of Šarru-kīn whose troops were shut in by a rainstorm and exchanged weapons among themselves” (padānu tablet 4),:193
“Omen of king Amar-Su’ena, who was gored by an ox, but died from the bite of a shoe” (padānu commentary),:244
“Omen of king Tiriqqan, who in the midst of his army took flight” (pān tākalti tablet 6),:351
“Omen of king Rimuš, whom his courtiers killed with their seals” (pān tākalti tablet 13),:394 or
“Omen of the Apišalian, whom Narām-Sîn captured by tunnelling.”
Some of the signs are identified as pitruštu, “ambiguous,” or by another „wild card” niphu, „unreliable,” while others echo modern concerns, šatammu ekalla imallalu, “the accountants will plunder the palace!”:332
Some predict the weather: enūma lullik šamū ikallâni, “whenever I want to go out rain will stop me.”:360
Some give quite specific predictions, edû rākib imēru irruba, “a famous person will arrive riding on a donkey,”:462 while
others are vague, ina ūmi rūqi rigmu, “long-term forecast: lament.”:349
Some predict li’ibu-, masla’tu- or qūqānu – disease or other disorders:
“If the pleasing word is split above and below: the man’s teeth will come loose.”:62
The majority of the omens, however, concern royal and military affairs.
1.1 The parts of the bārûtu
The barūtû is divided into ten “chapters” (summarized in the table below), each dealing with a different aspect of entrail divination, but predominantly concerned with the examination of the
ṭuppu ša ilī, the „tablet of the gods,” or
the liver ( amūtu ) .:98
The Babylonian and Assyrian versions vary slightly in arrangement due to the Babylonian predilection for sixty line tablets. :52
n. Cuneiform Old text ( Babilonian More Recent Name in Akkadian) Subject of the entry Tablet count :620
1. BE GIŠ.DAL ( šumma išru ) The „fetlocks” ( kursinnu ) or „thighs”?
Also includes :
KIŠIB.MEŠ ( kunukkū ), the „seal (impression)” = vertebrae,
KAK.TI, the rib cage, najabtu, the floating ribs or cartilages and
GAG.(=KAK.)ZAG.GA ( kaskāsu ), the breastbone:46–47
2. BE ŠÀ.NIGIN ( šumma tirānu ) The „intestines„
Parts of the sheep other than the liver and lungs, and includes the coils or convolutions of the sacrificial animal’s colon and the kidneys (BIR):50–51
3. BE NA ( šumma manzāzu ) The „presence” or „station”
The liver examination commences with the groove or reticular impression on the liver’s lobus sinister, known as the IGI.BAR or KI.GUB ( na plastum ),
in the Old Babylonian period :99
4. BE GÍR ( šumma padānu ) The „path”
Another groove on the liver’s lobus sinister, the abomasal impression on the ventral lobe perpendicular to the „station”. A series of obscure features of the facies visceralis consisting of twelve subsections:
NÍG.TAB ( maṣraḫ naṣrapti ),
the „dyeing vat” or „crucible” (lesser omentum? on the ventral lobe)
KA.DÙG.GA ( pû ṭābu ),
the „pleasing word”
KALAG ( danānu ), „strength”
ME.NI/KÁ.É.GAL ( bāb ekalli ),
„palace gate” (umbilical fissure)
SILIM ( šulmu ),
„well being” ( lobus quandratus ):101
GÍR 15 ZÉ ( padān imitti marti ), „path to the right of the gall-bladder”
GÍR 150 ZÉ ( padān šumēl marti ), „path to the left of the gall-bladder,”
a groove on the lobus dexter of the liver
ŠUBAŠ.TE/ŠUB-(GIŠ)GU.ZA ( nīddi kussî ),
„base of the throne” ( impressio renalis? )
5. BE IGI.TÙN ( šumma pān tākalti ) The „front of the pouch„
NE MU ( uncertain meaning ),
TÙR (tarbaṣ), „cattle fold” and kiṣirti, the „ridges”
MÁŠ (ṣibtu), „increase” (mammillary process)
DU8 2, 30, the „left fissure” (processus papillaris),
ZI 150 ( tīb šumēlim ) the „left rise”
and tīb šāri „rise of the wind”
Ni-ri (nīru), „yoke” ( omasal impression ) :267ff
6. BE ZÉ ( šumma martu ) The „gall bladder„
Divided into the
“narrow part” (qutnu),
andmaṣrahu or cystic duct.
7. BE ŠU.SI ( šumma ubānu ) The „finger” The „head of the liver”
the caudate lobe or caput iecoris on the left side of the liver, which was subdivided into the regions:
the „land” (KUR),
the „median area” (ṣēr bīrīti) and
the „palace” (ekallu)
8. BE GIŠ.TUKUL ( šumma kakku ) The „weapon” or „fortuitous markings”
A small piece of liver tissue that sticks out in the form of a club or peg:48–51
9. BE ḪAR(=MUR) ( šumma ḫašu ) The “lungs”
Including the ‘middle finger’ (ubān hašî qablītu), or the accessory lobe of the right lung, and the “cap” (kubšu), or apical lobe? of the lung
10. BE mul-ta-bil-tum ( šumma multābiltu ) „Analysis„, i.e., the “one who interprets” Treats with the rules of association, ambiguous signs, extraordinary appearances and the šumma amūtuomens, for the liver as a whole:36–37 17
Commentaries exist for each part to elucidate the esoteric character of the omens, called NÍG.PÀD.DA ( mukallimtu ), typically bringing together omens with similar protases from each chapter.:31
Excerpts or corpendia were written to make the manual more user-friendly, such as that known as KAR 423 after its primary publication reference, and it was these truncated versions of the omens that seem to have been consulted during the actual divination process.
The dub ḫa.la tablets record observations derived from scholarly debates relating to the behavior of sacrificial lambs before and during the ritual and there were also “orientation tables” in the form of extispicy models (example pictured left) and interpretive grids to assist with the training of bārû.
1.3 The copyists
The compendium seems to have been under progressive editorship as witnessed in correspondence of the senior diviners under Esarhaddon, Marduk-šumu-uṣur, Naṣiru, and Tabni, who collectively advised the king that
The series should be rev[ised]. Let the king command: two ‘long’ tablets containing explanations,
or antiquated words should be removed, and two tablets of the haruspices’ corpus should be put (instead).:618–619
In 647 BC, at least 135 writing boards of bārûtu were expropriated from private collections, many from Bīt Ibâ, the subject of a Babylonian revolt.
Captive scribal labor was employed at the Assyrian capital to contribute to the local material assimilated from older libraries such as those of
Nabû-zuqup-kēnu, who was recorded as the copyist of a manzāzu commentary dated to 704 BC, from Nineveh.:619
Nabû-ušallim, son of Nabû-pašer, was a bārû whose name appears on the colophon of one mukallimtu, and an individual by this name is known from amongst the authors of
divinatory queries, or tamītu, during the Neo-Assyrian period.:620
By the late Hellenic period, the text of the series had beckme more ossified as astrology superseded extispicy as the preferred method of divination.
Exemplars include pān tākalti tablet 6, copied by Anu-aha-u šabši in 180 BC, Uruk, and
pān tākalti tablet 15 copied by Itti-Marduk-balāṭu, son of Ša-našī-šu, from late Babylonian Sippar.
The liver was divided into sections with each section representing a particular deity.
The Nineveh library texts name more than a dozen liver-related terms and before cuneiform writing was even deciphered, hints of the existence of Babylonian hepatoscopy were recorded in the Bible.
One Babylonian clay model of a sheep’s liver, dated between 2050 and 1750 BC, is conserved in the British Museum.
The model was used for omen divination which was important to Mesopotamian medicine.
This study was carried out by priests and seers who looked for signs in the stars, or in the organs of sacrificed animals, to tell them things about a patient’s illness.
Wooden pegs were placed in the holes of the clay tablet to record features found in a sacrificed animal’s liver.
The priest or seer then used these features to predict the course of a patient’s illness.
Haruspicy was part of a larger study of organs for the sake of divination, called extispicy, paying particular attention to the positioning of the organs and their shape.
There are many records of different peoples using the liver and spleen of various domestic and wild animals to forecast weather. There are hundreds of ancient architectural objects, labyrinths composed of cobblestones in the northern countries that are considered to be a model of the intestines of the sacrificial animal, i.e. the colon of ruminants.
C. Etruscan haruspicy
The Etruscans were also well known for the practice of divining by the entrails of sheep.
A bronze sculpture of a liver known as the „Liver of Piacenza”, dating to around 100 BC, was discovered in 1877 near the town of Piacenza in northern Italy.
It is marked with the name of regions assigned to various deities of Etruscan religion.
In Etruscan mythology, Tarchon and his brother, Tyrrhenus, were culture heroes who founded the Etruscan Federation (or League) of twelve cities, the Dodecapoli.
One author, Joannes Laurentius Lydus, distinguishes two legendary persons named Tarchon, the Younger and his father, the Elder.
It was the Elder who received the Etrusca Disciplina from Tages, whom he identifies as a parable.
The Younger Tarchon fought with Aeneas after his arrival in Italy.
The Elder Tarchon was a haruspex, who learned his art from Tyrrhenus, and was probably the founder of Tarquinia and the Etruscan League.
Lydus does not state that, but the connection was being made at least as long ago as George Dennis.
Lydus had the advantage in credibility, even though late (6th century AD), of stating that he read the part of the Etrusca Disciplina about Tages and that it was a dialogue with Tarchon’s lines in „the ordinary language of the Italians” and Tages’ lines in Etruscan, which was difficult for him to read. He relied on translations.
In Virgil’s Aeneid, Tarchon, king of the Tyrrhenians, leads the Etruscans in their alliance with Aeneas against Turnus and the other Latian tribes.
The legend fits well with Lydus’, as this Tarchon must been the younger, dating him to the century immediately after the Trojan War.
Nothing in the archaeology of Tarquinii and the other cities of the league contradicts these legends, as they were all founded in Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age contexts; i.e., in one round number, about 1000 BC.
The legends indicate that Aeneas was not an Etruscan, that he arrived in an already existing Etruria, and that it is to be dated to before the Trojan War.
The Dodecapoli is:
Tarχuna/ Tarquinia-Corneto (named after Tarchon the Younger)
Veia/ Veio (an archaeological site)
Rusellae/ Roselle is incorrectly considered to have been part of the league by some modern authors.
Likewise, since Vipsul/ Fiesole was probably founded in the 9th-8th century BC and the Dodecapoli was founded by the Lydian brothers, Tyrsenos and Tarchon, who are both assumed to have lived in the 11th century BC, it is impossible that Vipsul was part of the league.
^ Lydus, Joannes Laurentius. „2.6.B”. De Ostentis.
^ Dennis, George; William Thayer (Editor) (1848, 2009). „Chapter XIX Tarquinii – The City”. The Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria. London, Chicago: John Murray, University of Chicago. p. 372 Note 5. Retrieved 24 June 2009.
^ Book VIII.506, 603; X.153, 290; XI.727, 746
The art of haruspicy was taught in the Libri Tagetici, a collection of texts attributed to Tages,
a childlike being who figures in Etruscan mythology, and who was discovered in an open field by Tarchon; the Libri Tagetici were translated into Latin and employed in reading omens.
Around 1900, a professor of anatomy, Ludwig Stieda, sought to compare this artifact with a Mesopotamian one dated to a millennium earlier.
If the Etruscans originated in Anatolian Lydia, as Herodotus suggested, haruspicy would have been among their inheritance from the Luwian heirs of the Hittites.
The continuity of the Etruscan tradition among the Romans is indicated by several ancient literary sources, perhaps most famously in the incident related by Suetonius 
in which a haruspex named Spurinna warned Julius Caesar to beware the Ides of March.
D. Roman haruspicy
The emperor Claudius was a student of the Etruscan language and antiquities, and opened a college to preserve and improve their art, which lasted until the reign of Theodosius I, the Christian emperor who dismantled the last active vestiges of the traditional state cult.
Further evidence has been found of haruspices in Bath, England where the base of a statue dedicated by a haruspex named Memor.
^ BM WA 92668.
^ Suetonius, Divus Julius 81.
Walter Burkert, 1992. The Orientalizing Revolution: Near Eastern Influence on Greek Culture in the Early Archaic Age ( Thames and Hudson ), pp 46–51.
Derek Collins, „Mapping the Entrails: The Practice of Greek Hepatoscopy”
American Journal of Philology 129 [ 2008 ]: 319-345
Marie-Laurence Haack, Les haruspices dans le monde romain
( Bordeaux : Ausonius, 2003 ).
E. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 13 article on Haruspices
Wikisource has the text of the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica article Haruspices.
Haruspices, article in Smith’s Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities
Figurine of Haruspex, 4th Cent. B.C. Vatican Museums Online, Gregorian Etruscan Museum, Room III
See also Haruspex on Wikipedia, and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
HARUSPICES, or Aruspices (perhaps “entrail observers,”
cf. Skt. hira ( SSKT ), Gr. χορδή ( HELL ) ), a class of soothsayers in Rome.
Their art (discipline ) consisted especially in deducing the will of the gods from the appearance presented by the entrails of the slain victim .
They also interpreted all portents or unusual phenomena of nature, especially thunder and lightning, and prescribed the expiatory ceremonies after such events.
To please the god, the victim must be without spot or blemish, and the practice of observing whether the entrails presented any abnormal appearance, and thence deducing the will of heaven, was also very important in Greek religion.
This art, however, appears not to have been, as some other modes of ascertaining the will of the gods undoubtedly were, of genuine Aryan growth.
It is foreign to the Homeric poems, and must have been introduced into Greece after their composition. In like manner, as the Romans themselves believed, the art was not indigenous in Rome, but derived from Etruria.
The Etruscans were said to have learned it from a being named Tages, grandson of Jupiter, who had suddenly sprung from the ground near Tarquinii. Instructions were contained in certain books called libri haruspicini, fulgurales,rituals.
The art was practised in Rome chiefly by Etruscans, occasionally by native-born Romans who had studied in the priestly schools of Etruria. From the regal period to the end of the republic, haruspices were summoned from Etruria to deal with prodigies not mentioned in the pontifical and Sibylline books, and the Roman priests carried out their instructions as to the offering necessary to appease the anger of the deity concerned.
Though the art was of great importance under the early republic, it never became a part of the state religion. In this respect the haruspices ranked lower than the augurs, as is shown by the fact that they received a salary;
the augurs were a more ancient and purely Roman institution, and were a most important element in the political organization of the city. In later times the art fell into disrepute, and the saying of Cato the Censor is well known, that he wondered how one haruspex could look another in the face without laughing ( Cic. De div. ii. 24 ).
Under the empire, however, we hear of a regular collegium of sixty haruspices; and Claudius is said to have tried to restore the art and put it under the control of the pontifices. This collegium continued to exist till the time of Alaric.
A. Bouché-Leclercq, Histoire de la divination dans l’antiquité (1879-1881); Marquardt, Römische Staatsverwaltung, iii. (1885), pp. 410-415;
G. Schmeisser, Die etruskische Disciplin vom Bundesgenossenkriege bis zum Untergang des Heidentums ( 1881 ), and
Quaestionum de Etrusca disciplina particula ( 1872 );
P. Clairin, De haruspicibus apud Romanos ( 1880 ). Also Omen.
↑ The statement of Dionysius of Halicarnassus (ii. 22) that the haruspices were instituted by Romulus is due to his confusing them with the augurs.
Funérailles de la médecine de campagne (2)
by Dr Dan Waniek, MD
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1. Le Cabinet médical Saint André offre librement à des dizaines de patients des centaines de consultations, des ordonnances, des arrêts, des certificats, et d’autres actes gratuites, depuis toujours, dans un souci d’aide directe prolongeant le geste médical par un geste humain.
2. Mais l’humain n’est plus toléré dans notre société „évoluée” vers les sommets actuels de la maîtrise comptable.
En fait, la police fiscale française reçoit, de la part de la police des caisses d’assurance maladie, le relevé complet du nombre exact d’actes de chaque médecin. Au centime près, tout est fliqué automatiquement par code barre, désormais obligatoire sur chaque ordonnance, et synthétisé dans le fameux RIAP (relevé individuel d’activité professionnelle).
3. Si l’expert comptable du cabinet ne peut pas prouver le paiement de chacun de mes actes, le flicage total fait que je suis „progressivement” répertorié comme „voleur”. Votre serviteur le crapaud a été mis gentiment dans l’eau froide, et désaltéré pieusement comme „une espèce de Maure”, Après la Bataille dans La légende des siècles de Victor Hugo:
Et dit : Tiens donne à boire à ce pauvre blessé
Tout à coup, au moment où le hussard baissé
Se penchait vers lui, l’homme, une espèce de Maure,
Saisit un pistolet qu’il étreignait encore,
Et vise au front mon père en criant „Caramba” !
Le coup passa si près que le chapeau tomba
Et que le cheval fit un écart en arrière,
– Donne-lui quand même à boire, dit mon père.
Sauf que… Par la suite, votre serviteur le crapaud était chauffé lentement, presque bercé, et maintenant il boue dans la soupe 🙂
4. Le „Trésor” Publique m’intime donc par des mises en garde périodiques que je fais des consultations clandestines et que je gagne des revenus non-déclarés, alors même que je marque „acte gratuite” sur les ordonnances en cause.
5. Ensuite, comme „fraudeur”, je suis obligé de payer des impôts sur l’argent que je n’ai pas gagné. Finalement je paie les amendes, le „redressement”, les convocations et la „mise sous tutelle” de mes actions. Le privilège d’offrir la gratuité est payant en France 🙂
Circulez ! Tien, y a rien à voire ! Y a qu’à combler le trou !
6. Ainsi va donc le monde, et nous allons bientôt être obligés de fermer si nous sommes nous-mêmes, c’est a dire des êtres humains ! Y’a qu’a combler le trou, oookéye?
Cette action là demande la prépondérance des zombies formatés pour la Matrice, des esclaves heureux d’un système de contrôle total, triomphant contre l’humanité.
7. Par conséquent, si vous ne voulez pas, ou si vous ne pouvez pas payer la consultation, merci d’écrire a l’administration fiscale à Longnes une lettre signée, certifiant que je vous ai fait un acte gratuit, et de me faire une copie toute prête le moment où vous arrivez au cabinet.
8. Désolé pour cette mise en garde…
Pour tout dire, j’ai déjà eu deux avertissements de fermeture du cabinet pour „fraude”. Voilà ou mène la maîtrise comptable de la médecine – à sa perte, en la remplaçant par un simulacre payant.
9. Et bientôt, dégradant la dignité humaine par le flicage total, les pots pourris des administrations rendront le „patient” bien pucélé, fliqué, tracé, sur-vacciné, anesthésié, et encore plumé pour être „protégé”, le vrai responsable de sa propre perte.
Avec la conscience de sa liberté bien ré-formatée dans le sens de croissance de ses poils on y est, presque.
D’ici là, dans ce cabinet encore bien et largement ouvert, tant que la santé sera présente, ils n’y arriveront pas 🙂
Never before, in the history of the West, did so many do so little for the Rest…
by Dr Dan Waniek, MD
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… Except exploiting them into submission or else murdering and bombing them maimed into „liberation”. How fake the West has been flowering! How low has descended the seed of death beneath the seed of life!
The UN is now useless, a vulgar propaganda institute at qorst, an expensive rubberstamp gerontocracy at best.
Where is :
– law (such as the Geneva Convention)
– justice (when the International Criminal Court is itself criminal)
– the kingdom (when merchants and money changers dictate to the kings)
– the sovereign state (where international „order” only produces chaos)
– morality (when we are imprisoned for rejecting indignity)
– humanity (when „humanitarian” becomes a sticker for bombs)
– culture (when satanists lead the child killing spree)
– family (when fathers are hunted for being fathers)
– language (when the entire population is functionally dyslexic)
– tradition (when language is lost for the nations)
– freedom (when assemblies, speech, information, religion, body and identity are stolen)
– religion (when belief is „united” into ecumenical wishful thinking performed for us by useful idiots).
– right (when information is poisoned by the might of truth killers)
– achievement (when Nobel „prize” for „peace” is given to mass murderers).
„Democracy” is nothing else but a pyramid scheme for kakocracy, directed by cryptocracy, through kleptocracy, into hemocracy.
Therefore, we have become, in the West, nothing more than a „culture” of reptilian values. Gandhi said that the Western Civilization „would be a very good idea„. Toynbee wrote that civilizations do not die, only commit suicide. As far as I know, ours is a world of God’s creation, not a nest for the terminally insane criminal leaders of the West.
The West-serving „united” „nations” have become nothing at all.
The „united” „nations” have now „recognized” a bunch of murderous traitors, thugs and thieves as „representative” of a nation, in a matter of seven months of intense puppeteering, while another nation, being attacked continuously for seven decades, is still „rejected” from this „union”.
In a murderous game of monumentally stupid yet infinitely criminal soul-destroying attempts, Palestine, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, Serbia, Iraq, Libya, Kosovo, Iceland, Greece, Cyprus, Syria, Pakistan, Iran are continuously attacked even as I write this line.
During my lifetime I have witnessed the demise of nations and of everything that pertains to them. But nowhere did I see a single real soul receding in front of adversity.
So look : how laughable this diabolic killing attempt has become!
How can someone think about destroying souls, thinking, ideals, and singularly, or even a single idea which is simply good?
How can someone even think about killing Truth?
Oh, I know. Reptiles can. But then again, reptilian brains are no brains at all. They only think they „think”, in a satanic wink. Yes, the reptilian brain is no brain at all – only an excuse for scale growing “structures”.
There are the roots in the West.
And there are the fruits.
All roots are now cut loose by hundreds of years of relentless repression of the Christian Civilization, in order to poison the fruits.
Repression of the Christian Civilization always showed wickedness. This coward attempt is nothing else but shame for the criminals planning more bitterness of ripe fruits.
Attacks of the West against the Christian Civilization only make the original roots clearly visible.
The original roots of Western Civilization are the Glory, the Might and the Kingdom of Christ – our Savior.
Repression of the Christian Civilization only produced saints and martyrs, even as we were busy looking into the opposite direction, in the general direction of nowhere.
Let us not be confused! Only fruits show the nature of the tree. Kill the seed, and you are in for an orgy of mortal fruits.
Occidens, nomen tuum occidere est !
Non, il ne s’agit pas d’avoir honte…
by Dr Dan Waniek, MD
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Copyright © 2008
Avez-vous regardé les pitreries de Jerry Lewis ? Bien. Moi aussi. Saviez-vous qu’il souffre énormément ? Moi non plus ! Et pour cause ? Se laisser tomber sur les fesses coûte cher…
Le nerf honteux sort du bassin, et puis change d’avis, et y retourne. Il contourne, en fait, une extrémité osseuse assez saillante. Je me souviens, jeune interne, l’avoir intercepté là-bas avec de la xyline 2% pour une grossesse à risque, qui s’est merveilleusement bien passée, une fameuse nuit de garde… Merci encore, Codruta, et Adrien !
Toujours est-il que ce fameux nerf ne souffre pas les traumatismes directes et surtout pas ceux qui se répètent. Si on insiste, il en résulte le contraire de ce qu’on obtient à l’anesthésie. Et ça fait mal. Très mal…
Avis aux amateurs ! Ceux qui ont subi ce mal malgré tout, ne désespérez jamais. Il existe déjà un arsenal vaste, avec de la chirurgie spécialisée. Nous n’allons pas répéter d’ailleurs ce qu’il reste bien écrit dans les manuels. Par contre, de toutes les choses que l’on ignore, la plus difficile c’est notre propre expérience… Trois cas récemment… Un peu trop !