Ep26:Jan Erik Hansen

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Showtime: Saturday, Feb 2 2013 8pm

We talk with well read listener Jan Erik Hansen of Norway.

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  1. rmaxgenactivepua

    @Simon Shack

    The jesuits control the social engineers, who then create the strategies via future projections & simulations & mass data collation, ie echelon

    Jesuits & the great mystery schools are at the top, the sun cults & cults of the zodiac …

    The cults arent as organised as the jesuits & romanism

    Cults are all about intra-dimensional contact, & utilising dimensional & geometric scrying which is why theyre always talking about god, angels etc

    Jesuits & other PTB create the variables for dominance, the social engineers & think tanks, create the strategies to create the variables at large

    But the variables have to be dimensionally correct, as when you create effect on a dimensional plane, you effect space & global planetary space

    As everything is a fractal, a self correcting recursive algorithm

    If you want to create anti-gravity research emp bursts

  2. Simon Shack

    Dear Jan Erik,

    Thanks for your wise advice – I will do my best henceforth to open my eyes to the causes – as opposed to the effects – of the mess this planet of ours is in. All I have done so far is to expose in empirical fashion a few, recent misdeeds by the PTB – (“the Powers That Be” – and oh yes, I do dislike this vague definition). But here’s the thing: my humble nature keeps me, at this time, from pretending to know precisely how the PTB crime ring is structured – and how to pinpoint its exact power pyramid and hierarchy. You are free to call me a simpleton for this – and I actually appreciate your insinuating that I’m living in perpetual childhood. That’s actually quite ok with me, as I believe that keeping things simple (as simple as we all were in our childhood) is not such a bad thing. Anyhow, I’m glad to hear that you ‘love my work’, as you say: to be sure, these are my very best efforts – however tiny they may be – to make the adults of this world wake up to the cheap & childish games played upon them by the ‘PTB’.

    The thing is: WHO are the PTB? The Jesuits? Ok, I’ll have no problem with it – if this turns out to be the case at the end of the day. However, is it really all that simple and clear-cut? Isn’t the ‘top brass’ of this planet made out of a more varied / eclectic bunch of power-addicts than that? Quite frankly, I have a tough time envisioning the Pope issuing orders to Hollywood or /and the US Television corporations to concoct fake TV imagery in order to frame and blame muslim extremists. Even if this were true, I don’t suppose everyone down the psyop production chain are all Jesuits or Vatican employees?…

    See, I am personally more focused on calling out easily identifiable clowns who are clearly complicit with these psyops, such as Anderson Cooper, Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric, Rick Leventahl, Steven Rosenbaum, Charles Hirsch, Larry Silverstein, Rudy Giluliani – as well as Rupert Murdoch and all his fellow media moguls (and many more). These millionaire celebrities are vastly more familiar to the general public than any of the higher-up, top assholes pulling their strings. By all means, Jan Erik : if you already know the folks who pulls the strings of these media people, please go ahead and call them out with solid proof to back it all up – I certainly won’t stop you from trying. Let’s see if your top/down collapse strategy works faster than my bottom/up collapse strategy. Either way, I’ll be happy to stroll hand in hand with you – one fine day – on top of that rubble. I’m sure we both agree that we need to achieve a ‘controlled demolition’ of this multi-faceted crime ring that’s fucking up our wonderful planet. For us to argue about how this can be best achieved is, in my opinion, quite unnecessary and counterproductive at this time. And probably, a little childish too.

  3. Jan Erik Hansen

    Yo Simon Hytten.

    The Law of Cause and Effect and Causality.
    LOOK it up cause operant conditioning- Effect perpetual childhood.
    I love your work but you only look at the effects you can observe.
    The main issue for me is to study the Causality of what is happening.

    “Shallow men believe in luck or in circumstance. Strong men believe in cause and effect.”
    ? Ralph Waldo Emerson

    A good read is John Taylor Gatto 😀


  4. Jan Erik Hansen

    History has a habit of repeating itself. The global financial collapse of AD 1345 had many similarities to what is happening now.

    How did “Free Enterprise Finance” with no government able to control it, collapse all the economies of the Eurasian continent? How could banks concentrated in one part of Europe, tiny on the scale of modern banks, work such a global catastrophe?

    Following the collapse and de-population of the Roman Empire from AD 300 – 600, the eleventh, twelfth and into the thirteenth century saw an acceleration in the growth and development of population in Europe and particularly in China.

    From 700 AD rural technologies – using the plough, seed, animal power, wind power, etc. – leapt forward. Classical education of youth in monastery schools increased. These advances were spread particularly rapidly owing to the impetus of Charlemagne and English and Italian allies from 760 to 900 and then again from 1100 to 1250, the period of the Hohenstaufsen Holy Roman Emperors in Germany, Italy and Sicily.

    From 1150 onwards the Venetian and Florentine bankers began to intervene with large amounts of credit and bank vouchers and with luxury goods from the east in the famous Champagne Fairs which had been the hub of trading for all Europe.

    In the late 1330s, the beginning of the Hundred Years War between England and France led to the clothing industry of Flanders, the main clothing production region of Europe, being boycotted and completely shut off from wool.

    The production of wool in England began to decline from 1310, the Bardi and Peruzzi banks of Florence having acquired a monopoly of the procuring and export of wool.

    By the late 1340s this industry was in complete decline and moved out of towns and cities into tiny cottage industries.

    From the 1320s onwards there was a massive flight of silver to Venice’s maritime empire in the Middle East and Byzantium, which upset the equilibrium of Europe in the mid-fourteenth century.

    Venetian exports of silver from Europe from 1325 to 1350 equalled perhaps 25% of all the silver mined in Europe at that time. Standard silver coin had been the stable currency of the Holy Roman Empire in EUrope, since Charlemagne’s time. This massive export from Venice to the east created chronic balance of payment problems as far away as England and Flanders.

    Thus production of the most vital commodities in Europe were severely reduced and the trade and circulation of its money completely disrupted over the decades before the 1340s crash by Italian banks which appeared to be making usurious rates of profits. The Florentine super Companies ressembled very closely in their operations the huge international grain companies of to-day such as Cargill and Archer Daniels Midland. They used loans to monarchs to dominate and control trade in certain vital commodities especially grain and later wool and cloth whilst their dominance and speculation progressively reduced the production of these commodities.

    Like the International Monetary Fund to-day the bankers of Florence did not simply loan money to monarchs and expect repayment with interest. In fact interest was “officially” not charged on the loans since usury was considered a sin and a crime amongst Christians. In the same way as the IMF today, the banks imposed “conditionalities” on the loans. The primary conditionality was the pledging of royal revenues to the bankers and as with the curious arithmetic of the IMF to Third World debtors today, the original debt became a small fraction of what they eventually owed.

    In l4th century Europe, important commodities like food, wool, clothing, salt, iron etc., were produced only under royal licence and taxation, banks’ control of royal revenue led to the first private monopolisation of these commodities and the banks’ “privatisation” and control of the royal government itself.

    However the story of the Florentine bankers, the fourteenth century crash and the Black Death that followed is itself a cover-up. The Florentine bankers were operating on an international scale limited to western Europe and some Mediterranean islands. It was the maritime financial empire of Venice which was speculating on the scale of all the Eurasian land mass and on this evidence alone it had to be the merchants of Venice who rigged the devastation and depopulation of the majority of the human race in the fourteenth century.

    Frederic C. Lane’s book “Money and Banking in Mediaevel and Renaissance Venice” shows that it was Venetian finance which, by dominating and controlling a huge international “bubble” of currency speculation from 1275 to 1350, rigged the great collapse of the 1340s. Rather than sharing with their “allies”, the bankers of Florence, the merchants of Venice bankrupted them and the economies of Europe and the Mediterranean with them.

    In the 1950s one historian, Fernand Braudel, showed that Venice leading the Italian bankers of Florence, Genoa, Siena, etc., wilfully intervened from the beginning of the thirteenth century to destroy the potential emergence of national governments foreshadowed by the achievements of Frederick II Hohenstauffen, the Holy Roman Emperor in the first half of the thirteenth century, and a successor of Charlemagne’s earlier achievements in spreading education, agricultural progress, population growth and strong government. The great Dante Aligheri wrote “De Monarchia” in a vain attempt to revive the potential of imperial government based on Divine and natural law.

    “Venice had deliberately ensnared all the surrounding subject economies, including the German economies, for her own profit… The fourteenth century saw the creation of such a powerful monopoly to the advantage of city states of Italy that the embryo territorial states like England, France and Spain necessarily suffered the consequences.”

    In addition Braudel shows Venice intervened to stop the accession of Spain’s Alphonso the Wise as successor to Emperor Frederick II. This triumph of “Free Trade” over the potential for national government rigged the fourteenth century global human catastrophe, the worst onslaught of death and de-population in history.

    Venice was manipulating Florentine bankers, kings and emperors alike by a tightknit financial conspiracy and complete dominance of the markets by which money was minted and created.

    Charlemagne, five hundred years earlier, had already recognised Venice as a threat equal to the marauding Vikings and had organised a boycott to try to bring Venice to terms with his empire.

    The Venetians however seemed to enjoy an effective exemption from the Pope’s injunctions against usury and also from the ban on trading with the Infidel, i.e. the Mamluk regimes of Egypt and Syria.

    A century earlier in the 1180s the Doge Ziani of Venice had provoked hostilities between the two leaders of Christendom, the Pope and the Holy Roman Emperor Frederic Barbarossa, the grandfather of Frederick II. The Doge then personally mediated the Peace of Constance, between the Pope and Emperor and got his enemy, the Emperor Frederick, to agree to withdraw his standard silver coinage from Italy and allow the Italian cities to mint their own coins.

    Over the century from the 1193, Peace of Constance, to the 1290s, Venice established the extraordinary near total dominance of trading in gold and silver coins and bullion throughout Europe and Asia. Venice broke and replaced the European silver coinage of the Holy Roman Emperors, immediately leading into the 1340s’ financial blow-out, which blew-out all the financiers except the Venetians.

    Venice was the greatest commercial success of the Middle Ages, a city without industry except for naval, military construction, which came to bestride the Mediterranean world and to control an empire through mere trading enterprise. In the fourteenth century she was in the ascendant in her greatest period of success and power.

    Venice’s rulers were less concerned with profits from industries than with profits from trade between regions that valued gold and silver differently. Between 1250 and 1350 Venetian financiers built up a world-wide financial speculation in currencies and gold and silver bullion, similar to the huge speculative cancer of Derivative Contracts today.

    It took all control of coinage and currency from the monarchs of the time. The banks of Venice were deceptively smaller and less conspicuous than the Florentine banks, but in fact had much greater resources for speculation at their disposal. The Venetian financial oligarchy as a whole ruled a maritime empire through small executive committees under the guise of a Republic that centralised and supported its own speculative activities as a whole. The “Republic” built ships and auctioned them to the merchants, escorted them with large well-armed naval convoys of their empire with naval commanders responsible to the ruling “Council of Ten” and the magistrates for the convoys’ safety. This same oligarchy contained several public mints and did everything possible to foster the centralisation of gold and silver trading and coinage in Venice.

    This was the dominant trade of Venice by no later than 1310. Like today’s mega-speculators in currencies and derivatives such as the Morgan- and Rothschild-backed George Soros and Marc Rich. Venetian banks and bullion dealers were backed by large pools of capital and protection. The size of the Venetian bullion trade was huge. Twice a year a bullion fleet of up to twenty or thirty ships under heavy naval convoys sailed from Venice to the Eastern Mediterranean coast or to Egypt, bearing primarily silver, and sailed back to Venice bearing mainly gold, including all kinds of coinage, bars, etc.

    The profits of this trade put usury in the shade although the merchants of Venice were also unbridled in that practice.

    In one astonishing speech to the Council of Ten Doge Tomasso Mocenigo said: “In peacetime this city puts a capital of ten million ducats into trade throughout the world with ships and galleys so that the profit of export is two million, the profit of import is two million, export and import together four million.” How was this possible? Not by private enterprise but by imperial Venetian state usury.

    The gold from the east was being looted out of China until then the world’s richest economy and India by the Mongol empire or being mined in eastern Sudan and Mali and sold to Venetian merchants in exchange for greatly over-valued European silver.

    The silver in the west was being mined in Germany, Bohemia and Hungary and sold more and more exclusively to Venetians with bottomless supplies of gold at their disposal. Coinages not of Venetian origin were disappearing. First in the Byzantine empire in the 12th century, then in the Mongols’ domain and finally in Europe in the 14th century.

    The so-called “Christian” crusades, the first in 1099, the seventh and last major one in 1291 had had one strategic effect – expanding and strengthening the maritime commercial empire of Venice to the east.

    Venice provided the ships to take the crusaders to the Middle East. Venice loaned them money and Venetian Doges even told them what cities to try to capture or sack. Through the Crusades Venice obtained effective control of the cities of Tyre, Sidon and Acre in Lebanon and Lajazzo in Turkey and strengthened its domination of commerce through Constantinople. These were the coastal entry points for the Silk Routes, Black Sea and Caspian Sea regions to China and India.

    The strategic alliance between Venice and the Mongol Khan up to and through the final collapse of the 1340s has been treated as an historical curiosity of the adventures of Marco Polo’s family. It gave Venice final control of the trade to the east and along with it the trade through Egypt for the gold mined in the Sudan and Mali. It gave them huge amounts of gold with which to dominate world currency trading in the decades leading to the financial disintegration of the 14th century.

    The Crusades also consolidated the alliance of Venice and its allied ruled cities and the Norman and Anjou kings against the Holy Roman Empire centered in Germany which Dante and his allies were struggling to restore to its potential.

    By the late thirteenth century the Mongols were a conspicuous part of this Venetian-led alliance. Pope John XXII granted Venice the sole licence to trade with the Infidel Mamluk sultans of Egypt in the 1330s.

    Thus in the late thirteenth and fourteenth century Venice provided all the coinage and currency exchange for the Mongol empire, the largest empire in history, which was looting and destroying the populations under its rule.

    Venice had taken over the currency trading and coining of what remained of the Byzantine Empire and also of Mamluk Sultanate in North Africa. Venice in this period took the east off the gold standard and put it on a silver standard. It was the richer region of the world and being more intensively looted. It took Byzantium and Europe off a 500-year old silver standard and put them on the gold standard.

    From 1275 to 1375 the ratio of the average gold price to the average silver price steadily rose. In this period Europe’s large production of silver was looted through Venice’s command of Mongol and African gold. Venice had the central position as the world’s bullion market and attracted to the Rialto – Venice’s Wall Street – the buying and selling stimulated by the changing prices of the two precious metals. In this process of quickening speculation Venice ensnared all the surrounding economies, including the German.

    Venetian bankers on the Rialto and Venetian bankers alone in the world at this time made cashless bank transfers among merchants’ accounts, allowed overdrafts, gave credit on the spot, created bank money and speculated with it. They did this not out of cleverness but out of simple control of currency speculation world wide.

    In fact the famous Bills of Exchange of the Florentine bankers were really a crude form of the Derivatives Contracts of the 1990s speculative cancer.

    Venice switched Europe to gold by force by looting silver. Florentine bankers with their famous gold florin enjoyed great speculative profits in this process. However from 1335 to 1345 the process was reversed . The ratio of gold price to silver dominated by Venetian manipulation now fell. and the price of silver started rising in the 13th century.

    There was an unusually large supply of silver in Venice. The Florentine bankers were caught, having loans and investments all over Europe in gold whose price was falling.

    Venetian super-profit in global currency speculation continued right through the bank crash and financial market disintegration of 1345 -7 which they had rigged, and beyond.

    In the period 1330 – 50 the Black Death started to spread through from China, probably brought by the Mongol cavalry to towns in the Crimea and thence entered Europe.

    After the financial crash and the Plague Europe’s population fell for a hundred years from perhaps 90 million to roughly 60 Million.

    After 1400 in the years which led to the Renaissance political forces turned against the methods of the Italian “free enterprise” bankers. In 1409 King Martin I of Aragon expelled them. In 1403 King Henry IV prohibited them from taking profits in any way in his kingdom. In 1409 Flanders imprisoned and then expelled Genoese bankers. In 1410 all Italian merchants were expelled from Paris. When Louis XI became King of France in 1461 he organised national forces to make it the first strong sovereign nation-state and insisted upon a single standard national currency created and controlled by the crown.


  5. Jan Erik Hansen

    Maritime republics

    The maritime republics (Italian: Repubbliche marinare) were a number of city-states which flourished in Italy and Dalmatia (present day Croatia) in the Middle Ages. The best known are the Amalfi, Pisa, Genoa, Ragusa and Venice. These states[1] competed with each other both militarily and commercially. From the 10th to the 13th centuries these cities built fleets of ships both for their own protection and to support extensive trade networks across the Mediterranean, leading to an essential role in the Crusades. As they found themselves in competition, these republics engaged in shifting alliances and warfare.


  6. Jan Erik Hansen

    Article 256 – AngloSaxon Law
    Canon 2951

    Anglo Saxon Law also known as “Anglaise Law”, “Catholic Law” and “Carolingian Law” is the written system of law first introduced by Charles Martel of the Franks in the 8th Century in the new language of “Anglaise” later known as English and “Old French”.
    Canon 2952

    Anglo-Saxon Law was formalized by 738 CE with the first meeting of nobles or “parlomentum” and promulgation of the Instatutum (Institutions) and Catholic Law by 742 CE with promulgation of Iuris Canonum (Canon Law) through the Decretum Gratiarum (the Decree of Graces of God). The 1st Catholic Pope was then invested (coronated) in Rome in 751 CE being Carloman as Vicarius Christi Zacharias I. Prior to 751 CE there was never a Catholic Pope of Rome as Rome was previously the center of Apocalyptic Mithraism and Ba’al worship.
    Canon 2953

    Under Anglo-Saxon Law in the 8th Century CE, the Pippins formed the cornerstone of Law on the Bible which they called the “Biblia Sacra” (Holy Bible) in Latin, that expanded the Bibiliographe, or ??????????? of the Holly Roman (Byzantine) Law.
    Canon 2954

    Anglo-Saxon Law in the 8th Century CE created a new form of land separate from terra (land), or Tará (land) or even lares. Anglo-Saxon Law created the concept of lend in which the land (lend) was absolutely owned by God, with the church the absolute landlord without dispute and all nobles upon such land subservient to the true Catholic Church.
    Canon 2955

    Anglo-Saxon Law in the 8th Century CE reordered the titles and ranks of leaders into a new class structure known as “nobility” or simply “nobles” from Latin gnoscere and Greek Knosis meaning “wisdom, worthy, enlightened”. Unlike at any time in Europe for millenia, Martel sought to measure the claim of higher right not simply by birthright, but by knowledge, education and character, creating the “sacré” laws (from Latin meaning sacred”) of inheritence that demanded an heir be Christian, be worthy in birthright, in faith and character. Thus for the first time in European history, an heir could be disowned if they were considered incompetent or immoral in character.
    Canon 2956

    Anglo-Saxon Law in the 8th Century CE took away the claims of old Roman titles such as Counts and Dukes into the highest being Lord (from Latin laudis meaning ‘praiseworthy, worthy, meritous’) then Baron (ancient Gaelic bara/barra meaning ‘rod or measure of value’) and Earl (ancient Gaelic meaning ‘brave man, warrior, leader, chief’).
    Canon 2957

    Anglo-Saxon Law in the 8th Century CE reorganized the clergy into four levels being: Vicar of Christ, Primates, Bishops and Priests:

    (i) The “Priest” from Anglaise pr?ost – which originally described a counsellor or village elder and equivalent to the Earl. The Priest then managed a plot of lend equivalent to the village called the Parish (from Latin parocha meaning “provision of necessities”); and

    (ii) The next highest was the Bishop from Saxon/Gaul bisceop meaning priest. The Bishop was then in charge of several Priests and Parishes under a Diocese – being a direct return of the divisional lend unit of the Roman Empire under Emperor Diocletian. The bisceops were the first priestly positions of the Catholic Church created at the Concilium (742 CE) the first synod of the fledgling church. Unlike the Imperial Christian Church, each bisceop was granted a sedes (seat) and charter, equivalent to Barons. In fact many of the first Bishops of the Catholic Church were also Barons; and

    (iii) The next highest was the Primate, from Latin word primus meaning “first, foremost, most eminent” and equivalent to “Lords” in charge of several Diocese called a Metropolitan; and

    (iv) The highest position was then the Vicarius Christi- the Vicar of Christ and Primate Patriarch of the Catholic Church.
    Canon 2958

    Under laws of “lend” invented by the Anglo-Saxon Law in the 8th Century CE, divisions of land were divided into smaller “tenancies” being:

    (i) The Lords were placed in control of territorial divisions called a Marche (country) from Latin marca meaning “frontier or boundary”; and

    (ii) Barons were placed in control of divisions of land called a Manor from Latin manere meaning “to possess and abide (by agreement)” – hence the phrase “Lord of the Manor; and

    (iii) Earls as chiefs were granted recognition of their lands and homes as a Village (Latin villa, ‘country home’) and their common lands as Culturae.
    Canon 2959

    To ensure uniformity of leases and rights of use of land between terra- land held through lords, barons and earls as well as lend- land held directly by the church, Anglo-Saxon Law from the 8th Century CE invented the concept of the Tenant and the Tenancy Agreement (from Latin tenere meaning to ‘hold/keep’) which meant literally “one who holds land by tenure” – with tenure meaning “an agreement for holding immovable property (tenement), equivalent to lease.” The concept of “hold” was also significant to the Franks as the word itself denoted certain obligations namely “to keep, tend and watch over (the land)”:

    (i) The Lords held tenancies under Carta (Charter) known as a Tenens in Capite (Tenant in Chief); and

    (ii) Barons held tenancies under Lords under Carta (Charter) or Convenia (Covenant) called Tenens in Manor (Tenant in (the) Manor); and

    (iii) Villages held common land (Culturae) in tenancy known as Tenens in Communis (Tenancy in Common) under Barons, while individual families may also have held land as Tenens ad vitam (Tenant for Life), Tenens ad annum (Tenant for Years) or Tenens ad voluntate (Tenant at Will).
    Canon 2960

    Similar to ancient Irish property law, the Pippins from the 8th Century CE honored the concept of surety of the agreement in the form of the oath of the tenant to uphold their obligations, which was called their “bond” – hence “my word is my bond”. Thus tenant farmers were called bondsmen in recognition of standing for their oath, not because they were considered slaves.
    Canon 2961

    To ensure Tenants were protected under their tenancy, two fundamental principles of law were attached to the concept of tenancy from the 8th Century CE, the right of equity and the right of redemption:

    (i) The right of equity (equite) was the right of fairness and fair use whereby a tenant has the right of fair use of the property without constraint by the landlord and may seek remedy from a higher authority if the landlord creates unreasonable impediments or demands; and

    (ii) The right of redemption was the right for a tenant to make good any wrong and therefore “redeem” their honor before being formally declared delinquent.
    Canon 2962

    The Pippins (Carolingians) in the 8th Century CE created three forums of law they called the Placitum, Manorum and Palatium:

    (i) The Placitum was the forum for minor and medium estates (sessions) and non capital crimes and in particular recognized the rights of equity and redemption of tenants; and

    (ii) Manorum or Manor Court or Manor Hall was the hall of the Baron in which serious crimes (murder, theft etc) were adjudicated; and

    (iii) Palatium or Palace of the Lord was the major palace of the Lord in which crimes by barons and treason were adjudicated.


  7. Jan Erik Hansen

    The whole world is made to pass through the filter of the culture industry. The old experience of the movie-goer, who sees the world outside as an extension of the film he has just left (because the latter is intent upon reproducing the world of everyday perceptions), is now the producer’s guideline. The more intensely and flawlessly his techniques duplicate empirical objects, the easier it is today for the illusion to prevail that the outside world is the straightforward continuation of that presented on the screen. This purpose has been furthered by mechanical reproduction since the lightning takeover by the sound film.
    5 Real life is becoming indistinguishable from the movies. The sound film, far surpassing the theater of illusion, leaves no room for imagination or reflection on the part of the audience, who is unable to respond within the structure of the film, yet deviate from its precise detail without losing the thread of the story; hence the film forces its victims to equate it directly with reality. The stunting of the mass-media consumer’s powers of imagination and spontaneity does not have to be traced back to any psychological mechanisms; he must ascribe the loss of those attributes to the objective nature of the products themselves, especially to the most characteristic of them, the sound film. They are so designed that quickness, powers of observation, and experience are undeniably needed to apprehend them at all; yet sustained thought is out of the question if the spectator is not to miss the relentless rush of facts. Even though the effort required for his response is semi-automatic, no scope is left for the imagination.
    6 Those who are so absorbed by the world of the movie — by its images, gestures, and words — that they are unable to supply what really makes it a world, do not have to dwell on particular points of its mechanics during a screening. All the other films and products of the entertainment industry which they have seen have taught them what to expect; they react automatically. The might of industrial society is lodged in men’s minds. The entertainments manufacturers know that their products will be consumed with alertness even when the customer is distraught, for each of them is a model of the huge economic machinery which has always sustained the masses, whether at work or at leisure — which is akin to work. From every sound film and every broadcast program the social effect can be inferred which is exclusive to none but is shared by all alike. The culture industry as a whole has molded men as a type unfailingly reproduced in every product. All the agents of this process, from the producer to the women’s clubs, take good care that the simple reproduction of this mental state is not nuanced or extended in any way.


  8. Jan Erik Hansen

    From 661 CE and the rise of the Syrian Muawiyah I (661-680) of the Umayyad, the Persian Mithraic (Aryan) traders known collectively as the Amoricans (People of the Sea) had their lands, goods and warehouses seized across the Caliphate from Alexandria in Egypt, Tunis and numerous settlements of North Africa. The main Persian (Morosini) families headed west to Olissipo (Lisbon) and Tangier while others headed north to found the enclave known as Piso (Pisa) in Italy. By the time Anfa (Casblanca) and then Olissipo (Lisbon) had fallen, the main settlements of Amoricans were the peninsula of Brittany and the old Roman fortified peninsula of south-east Britain around the city of Durovernum (Canterbury


  9. Jan Erik Hansen

    Mitre of Dagon


    In their official capacity of priests of Dagon, an ancient god of Babylon and Philistia, the Chief priests wore a headdress representing a sun-fish, the head with open mouth worn as a mitre and the rest of the fish body forming a cloak.

    This ceremonial head remained an integral part of the worship of Cybele and Dagon and was also worn by the head priest of Cybele (Magna Mater) or the Great Queen Mother Goddess by 200 BCE in Rome.

    The pagan ceremonial dress of Cybele remains a key element of modern Christian ceremony with Popes, Cardinals and Bishops continuing to honor their dual role as priests both of Catholic Church as well as chief priests of Cybele.


  10. Jan Erik Hansen

    AntiPope Urban II

    Following the final and complete destruction of the Holy Roman Empire by the heretical Roman Cult armies in the 15th Century, the history of this 1st Crusade was changed to claim the target was Jerusalem and the Muslims — a complete and utter lie. The target was always the capture of Constantinople and to outflank the Catholic Church by seizing the most damning library of evidence in the world against this religion established in 741- The Imperial Archives of Constantinople.

    Brilliantly using the Catholic doctrine against itself, by 1095 antipope Urban had amassed a large enough rag-tag army to begin their march eastward into the ancient territories of the Holy Roman Empire.

    By 1096, Urban and his army had beseiged and overwhelmed Belgrade, slaughtering hundreds of thousands of innocent Christians along the way in arguably one of the greatest bloodbaths in history. The sheer terror his army wrought was enough to empty towns in his way so that in the same year (1096), the heavily fortified Constantinople fell relatively easily. Urban immediately ordered the Imperial Archives to be removed back to his Italian base with much of Constantinople burned. In all Urban’s army slaughtered over 50,000 people in Constantinople alone.

    Strengthened by his success, Urban now moved on to the capture of Jerusalem. Over confident, he moved across Turkey, Syria and down to Antioch killing tens of thousands more Christians along the way. However, the Muslims retaliated and Urban found himself beseiged in Antioch in 1098– cut off from the rest of his army. It is said Urban continued to demonstrate extraordinary oratory skills of persuasion during the seige convincing starving and injured Crusader militia they could defeat a superior and better disciplined Muslim enemy- which they failed to achieve.

    He was caught and beheaded by the Muslims at the end of the seige in 1099. In retaliation, his son antipope Theodoric rallied the army and took Jerusalem in the same year.

    It is said that the Crusaders under heretical Roman Cult leader antipope Theodoric did slaughter every single man, woman, child and animal in Jerusalem, sparing not one living thing. That the death toll, from this act was at least 150,000 to 200,000 people, of which at least 60,000 were Jewish.


  11. Jan Erik Hansen

    Venetian Arsenal

    Construction of the Arsenal began around 1104, during Venice’s republican era.[2][3] It became the largest industrial complex in Europe prior to the Industrial Revolution,[4] spanning an area of about 45 ha (110 acres), or about fifteen percent of Venice.[2] Surrounded by a 2 mi (3.2 km) rampart, laborers and shipbuilders regularly worked within the Arsenal, building ships that sailed from the city’s port.[5] With high walls shielding the Arsenal from public view and guards protecting its perimeter, different areas of the Arsenal each produced a particular prefabricated ship part or other maritime implement, such as munitions, rope, and rigging.[6] These parts could then be assembled into a ship in as little as one day.[7] An exclusive forest owned by the Arsenal navy, in the Montello hills area of Veneto, provided the Arsenal’s wood supply.


  12. Jan Erik Hansen

    Article 37 – Fear
    Canon 944

    Fear, is one (1) of six (6) emotions of influence and control used by minorities in power to manipulate populations by modifying the six (6) ancient primordial biological emotions. Fear or constant “stress” is based on the primary primordial emotion of anxiety as distressing negative sensation and potentially crippling emotional state of the mind and body induced by a perceived threat in the mind.
    Canon 945

    The word Fear originates from the 1st Millenium BCE ancient Gaelic word fear meaning “faithful man or brave man; faithful or honorable bloodshed or slaughter; ground” from fe meaning “faith, bravery, belief” and ar meaning “for, on, upon, bloodshed, massacre, our, slaughter”.
    Canon 946

    Following the commencement in the 12th Century CE of constant mercenary invasions of Ireland, the word “fear” to the invaders came to mean “calamity, sudden danger and risk of death” on account of the Irish warriors and their resistance.
    Canon 947

    In the 16th Century , the circular meaning of “Fear” was applied meaning “the state of fearing something, especially a mingled feeling of dread and reverence towards God, or formerly any rightful authority.”
    Canon 948

    Identical to anxiety being the prime emotion of all ancient biological emotions, Fear is the prime emotion used by many states in order to influence their populations into predictable behaviour.
    Canon 949

    The constant use of Fear requires the constant invention of new images for the mind to Fear. Therefore, states that constantly use Fear as a primary lever of authority must maintain a close relationship with creative storytellers and means of publication / broadcasting new elaborate Fears.
    Canon 950

    The deficiency of Fear is that over time a population becomes gradually immune to Fear, requiring either a complete and deliberate destruction of social fabric followed by reconstruction of a controlled society or the inevitable loss of power by those addicted to using Fear.


  13. Jan Erik Hansen


    An Emotion is a complex physical and cognitive bio feedback state derived through the production of involuntary physiological hormonal reactions producing associated subconscious programs in predictive response to heightened external or internal sensory information.

    In terms of the Homo Sapien species, there are Nine (9) Primary Positive Emotions and Nine (9) Primary Negative Emotions against which all valid Emotions may be classed:

    (i) The Nine (9) Primary Positive Emotions in order are Pleasure, Respect, Honesty, Enthusiasm, Compassion, Cheerfulness, Discernment, Bliss and Love; and

    (ii) The Nine (9) Primary Negative Emotions in order are Lust, Contempt, Dishonesty, Depression, Greed, Guilt, Fear, Pain and Hate.


  14. Jan Erik Hansen

    In 1119 CE, Doga (Doge) Pietro Morosini (1088 – 1119) of Pisa died and was succeeded by his son, Domenico Morosini (1119-1146) with increasing rebellion throughout the noble families of the Pisan Empire, most notably Genoa. In 1129 a peace council (consilium) at Troia in southern Italy was brokered by Roman Pontiff Callixtus I (II) (1119 – 1130) between Genoa, the rebel Tuscan nobles and Pisa at which Domenico Morosini agreed to the formation of the fraternity known as Ordo Praeitum or “Order of Ambassadors”, later known as the “Dominicans” and the semi-religious Ordo Pauperes Templum or “Order of the Poor of the (Money) Temple”, later known as the “Knights Templar”


  15. Jan Erik Hansen

    Formally known as the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, the Jacobin Club was the most famous and influential political club in the development of the French Revolution,[1] so-named because of the Dominican convent where they met, which had recently been located in the Rue St. Jacques (Latin: Jacobus), Paris.



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