Friday, 24 March 2017

PAGANS etymology

6th century Pagania acording to Ptolemy

Pagania was province of Dalmatia situated around river Neretva that is made out of 6 rivers flowing into one and creating fertile valley in between mountain chains.

Later in time it will become synonym for extermination of Pagans in entire Europe.

Crusades started in Europe as murder squads to beat Christianity into those that refused it so far.
Their first attacks are recorded on SE of Europe.
Macedonia's St Lydia was first christian women in Europe.
Macedonia is SE from Illyria or Dalmatia.

So first Crusades are recorded in Pagania, area around Neretva river where 6 rivers flow into one.
Salinas Price wrote a book where he situated Troja acording to Homers description.
A small town called GABELA was suspected not just by it's obvious connection with name Kybele but the megalithic towns like Daorson near by.

No wonder that these people kept their native belief so dear to them and resisted cruel and opressing Christianity.
The Crusaders tossed babies alive into fire or on spears.
In revenge to Paganians they cleared Dalmatia of children.
Acording to other sources this happened more then once but this is not confirmed, it wouldn't be the first case of obscuring documents from side of Vatican as well as falsifying them.
This is why word PAGAN is latin starting from Vatican terminology.

Attacks on Dalmatia, Salona which was ancient pagan center culminated in 16th century when Dalmatian Bischops refused to sanctify a Crusader,
Vatican sends troups and destroy Salona with dinamite/barut explosions.

To this day Pope in Vatican wears a ritualistic tunic called Dalmatica for special occasions.
Wolf got dressed into the sheeps clothes literarly.

9th century Pagania

10th century Pagania