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The Scythian

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The Scythian

Study notes on the historical Jesus

based on the works of
Professor Badiny, Jós Ferenc,
and other esteemed scholars

Fehérlófő tankör
(study group)
2008

Bővebben: The Scythian

Ancient People of the Royal Magi: The Magyars

ANCIENT PEOPLE OF THE ROYAL MAGI:
THE MAGYARS

Attila Grandpierre

Motto: Uplifting knowledge is the greatest gift
a man can have.

I. Introduction:

Who were the Magi?

In order to be able to stand our ground in our personal, community and social life we have to answer the questions: who were the Hungarians originally? Where did they live? When did they live? And what did they want? In this paper, we not only give answers to these questions, but we also show that the key question in the history of mankind, in the nation-forming activities of the Magyars and their individual life-conduct, is the appreciation of the historical role of die Hungarians. The Hungarians have played an extraordinary, elevating role, throughout the millennia, in the history and culture of mankind (see below) and, in contrast to the colorizing practice of Western Civilization, the most significant states of Europe and Asia were created by the Magyar Royal Magi.

Bővebben: Ancient People of the Royal Magi: The Magyars

Feasts of the Spring Equinox

Since the dawn of time, the Spring Equinox in spiritually and intellectually rich societies has been the celebration of life, love, regeneration, self-renewal, that is, fertility.

Bővebben: Feasts of the Spring Equinox

The Essence of Magyar "Karácsony" (Yule)

The Essence of Magyar "Karácsony" (Yule)

2018 years ago, in the community once known as the "Home of the Virgin of Light" ("Bit-Lah-Mi") located about halfway between Mount Tabor and the Mediterranean, also known as Bethlehem, Galilee, Parthian Princess, Mary Adiabene-Kharax gave birth to a son. Known since the dawn of time as "New Light", the birth of the "Light of the World" (John 8:12), also called Jesus, was foretold thousands of years beforehand - and longed for ever since - by the native peoples of Eurasia, whom the ancient Greeks called Scythians.

Bővebben: The Essence of Magyar "Karácsony" (Yule)

Collective Fields of Consciousness in the Golden Age

"In the human world there are plenty of miserable things which deaden thinking (...) since you should know that everything has the ability of insight and participates in the process of thinking." (Empedocles)

Bővebben: Collective Fields of Consciousness in the Golden Age

The Godly Conquerors

THE GODLY CONQUERORS
(The Religion of the Homecoming Magyars)

DR. BADINY, JÓS-FERENC

In spite of the fact that, in the last one thousand years, the Hungarians have managed to live down this name, there has again recently arisen an organized movement whose goal is to reestablish this undesirable description of them, in order to justify the Hungarian genocide which resulted from the christianization of Hungary. The belief that it was not worth writing the history of “such a pagan people, sentenced to death and destruction”, as the Magyars were described by Pater Liebert, spokesman for Pope Pius XII, in 1945,[1] led the anti-Árpád movement to date the beginning of Hungarian history from the time of Saint István and to call everything which preceded this era “pagan and barbarian”. It is appalling that, at the same time, this anti-Árpád movement, which had its root in the ideology of the Roman Catholic Church, supported the right of foreigners to rule in Hungary and, like the present Marxist regime, use this theory to justify their presence in Hungary and choke the feeling of nationalism.

Bővebben: The Godly Conquerors

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