|Posted by RP on March 16, 2014 at 10:40 PM||comments (0)|
On Determining Identities Of Ancient Inner-Circle Members
(Roman Piso, 02-04-2014)
One of the most important things that we discovered is that in terms of writing and authors, before the advent and common use of printing presses and movable type, the known world was ruled by certain people, all of the same common ancestry, who did not allow non-royals to write anything for public consumption without being a member of said royal family. Thus, they were (and had been for many centuries) creating the illusion that a) there was a measure of freedom to write, and b) that anyone could write for the public, and c) that many more people were doing the writing than actually were.
This was done for very good reasons. It was in line with their having to create other illusions, such as all Western and near-Eastern royals were not related to each other and of the same common ancestry. Once we had discovered that this had to be the case, and investigated it further, we found that ALL of the Popes and Roman Emperors up until fairly modern times were a) related to each other, and b) descended from Arrius Calpurnius Piso, the main creator of Christianity and the NT Jesus story.
Knowing this means that whenever we are looking to find out who a certain author or other person was (meaning his actual identity) during this time period, we know that he is someone who is known in the history of that time. So, what we do is what detectives do; a process of elimination. We do this as we give consideration to all people known from that period. There are the principle people, their family members, their relatives, associates and other peripheral people. For other Inner-Circle people, those who were authors, gave indications of who they were so that they would be known to those who knew how to tell such things.
These people of the Inner-Circle were not limited in their use of language as those of the Outer-Circle were/are. They do not see with the same limitations, nor do they understand with those limitations. They kept running "inside jokes" and inside knowledge going amongst themselves. Abelard Reuchlin wrote quite a bit on that. He told how they would create and use pen names and aliases. Unfortunately, his writing style was not entirely easy to read or as orderly as I have tried to make mine.
In his 'A Thousand Years Of Control And Persecution' (which I helped write and wrote a foreword for), he gives a demonstration of determining authorship and family relationship by examining the evolution of the story of King Arthur. While he was writing his above mentioned book, I was writing mine by the title of 'The Inner-Circle In The Outer World'. We were both showing the true history of the world from the time of Arrius Piso on up to modern times. His began by saying that the Annii Anicii (a royal line descending from Arrius Piso) were the ancestors of Pope Gregory I. But for whatever reason, Reuchlin thought that the descendants of Arrius Piso had died out in the 11th century.
So, now back to the authors of those times. Another thing that I had discovered is what I termed 'The Royal Language'. Abelard referred to the rudiments of this Royal Language as "Inner-Circle" knowledge or code. Once I understood it fully, I realized that this was another language within language. One of the main things about it is that it made use of all elements of all known languages while the authors were using only one language (Language Cross-Over); thus, anyone reading those writings in the one language and perhaps not knowing any other, would not at all see or understand what was actually being said or given within the text of their writings. They would also use the things below which I have given names to so as to better understand and define.
Letter Exchange. This was something relatively simple, once understood. Arrius Piso used this quite a bit. While writing in Greek, he would exchange letters by making use of how the Hebrew language worked. That means that all vowels were fair game. They could "disappear" and re-appear as different vowels. The use of letter exchange was not limited to how vowels could be used in Hebrew, but also in what numerical value letters had in terms of the ancient alpha-numeric systems of these three languages; Greek, Hebrew and Latin. Most people today do not realize that all letters in these languages had numerical values and had a double use as numbers, and not simply as letters.
Invisible Letters. Imagine that authors could give you names and other information by simply giving you abbreviation for those names, etc. They did this. But they could also make use of a number of other systems for doing this and still not show visibly or superficially all the letters one would expect. They could use syntax to accomplish this. They could use equivalents such as "ou" instead of the letter "s", and so on. Again, most people have no idea of any of this or how it might work. Only people of the Inner-Circle knew this.
Letter Rearrangement. Another way that they hid their identities (and other information) was by use of what is known as "letter rearrangement". This is something which was used long before Arrius Piso's time, but which he and his family continued using for their own purpose. An example of this might be an invented or created alias or pen name using the same letters of the author's real name; rearranged. There is also another version (Passive Rearrangement) of this based upon Greek syntax, where there were no spaces between words, and where names were given by using the last letters of one word in combination with the first letters of the next word; that is, they made use of the fact that words ran together to hide names within that context.
The majority of the terms above are terms that I have given to these items. In Abelard Reuchlin's book mentioned above, he gives some information about how he determined the identities of various authors, etc. and he tells a few things about the construction of their pen names. However, besides those things which match the alias names or pen names to the authors, they also show how they are Inner-Circle by giving I.C. keyword meanings to their invented names (Name Confirmation, and they also used what I have termed "Checking Numbers" or Confirmation Numbers). Reuchlin does not give that part of it in his book.
Examples: NENNIUS/Nini/Ninus [from 'Antoninus'] (baby boy/baby Jesus/dracon in Greek, ref. NT, Revelation). WACE/Piso (W="P", A="I", C="S", E="O"). The keyword meaning of these pen names come from knowledge of the equivalent letters and letter exchange from their alpha-numeric value and by making use of how vowels could "drop" and be replaced in the Hebrew language. Saying "Piso" to another I.C. member is the same as saying "Arrius Piso", because they knew what it meant specifically. They made certain that their invented names gave them some connection to Arrius Piso and/or his family; as confirmation of who they were and so that other I.C. members would know that they were "legitimate" I.C. authors. GEOFFREY (of Monmouth)/Josephus, [Flavius] Jeoffpeu/Josepos, use of letter exchange and "eu" (like "ou") as "s", and "f" as "s" (when written "f" was nearly identical with "s" and otherwise exchanged with "s"). The name "Josephus" was sometimes spelled "Josepos" in the original Greek works of Flavius Josephus.