It is a fact that nobody knows everything. However, that does not mean that everybody knows nothing. It does mean that everybody knows something but not necessarily something about everything. Now, that is a balanced, rational, and logical view of reality with regard to the knowledge that people have about anything or any topic. Keeping this in mind, what you about to learn, contains information and accounts that most people are unaware of with regard to various cultures and philosophies.
NOTE: This post is not a proclamation of academic superiority nor a proclamation of academic inferiority. The purpose of this post is the effect that it has in the minds of those that read it.
“Damnation Memoriae” is a Latin term that means “condemnation from memory” and it is the practice of omitting or erasing people, things, eras, activities, and events from official records and narratives. Enacted under the guise of castigation, the ultimate result or effect of Damnatio Memoriae is to conceal or erase something from history or the historical record. Though the practice is highly effective, it was not enacted by all people everywhere at the same time or at all. So, if one culture, people, or civilization enacted Damnatio Memoriae for anything or anyone, in particular, there are others that did not. If the narratives and historical accounts that are popularized and established are those that are the result of Damnatio Memoriae, then it is reasonable to say that such narratives and historical accounts provide an altered view of history. Ultimately, Damnatio Memoriae is simply hiding facts. Facts represent reality. If an established historical view has narratives in which specific facts are omitted, diminished, discounted, overlooked, or ignored, then that particular view is not as realistic as it could be.
An altered or manipulated view of history is definitely an incomplete account. An incomplete account of anything can never be the complete or whole truth. A view of history or anything that has been altered or manipulated is a lie when asserted as a complete truth. Keep in mind that one can never tell the truth with a lie and it is impossible to tell a lie with the factual truth.
Damnatio Memoriae takes on many forms but some of the most popular forms are:
- The renaming of a conquered or culturally dominated people
- The renaming of conquered or culturally dominated places and regions
- Establishing and enforcing narratives that do not consider or convey all of the pertinent facts
- Enforcing and valuing beliefs, theories, opinions, and emotion over facts and reason
- Suppression of facts in order to uphold lies or beliefs
The year at this time is 2018 (A.D.) according to the Gregorian calendar. The Gregorian calendar started in October of 1582 and was preceded by the Julian calendar. The Julian calendar was preceded by the Roman calendar. The Roman calendar was preceded by a lunar calendar. This means that the Gregorian calendar (now a solar calendar) was based on a lunar calendar instead of a solar one. Different phases of the moon are not the same all around the planet at the same time. You can obviously see why a lunar calendar is not sufficient for global communication, trade, or navigation. This means that when the lunar calendar was in use, it alone was not being used to travel the world or as a basis to conduct global communication and trade. In other words, the Gregorian calendar was not the first calendar of the culture, people, or philosophy that introduced the Gregorian calendar. All of this means that the oldest known account of the calendar used by that culture is a lunar one which is a clear indication that these people were not chronologically aligned with people all over the world. This also means that same culture, people, or philosophy was not using a solar calendar when they were using a lunar calendar and then later, they started using a solar calendar. During the time that this lunar calendar was being used, they had a reason for it. The lunar calendar was used because these people thought it was better to use a lunar calendar than solar calendar because the moon had more significance in their time-keeping for whatever that reason may be. With all of this mind, I have a question for you: What was the actual date of the day, month, or year before the Gregorian calendar was enforced? The fact that you don’t know that answer is the result of Damnatio Memoriae. You believe that the actual year is 2018 when in fact it is much older than that. Year A.D. 1 was not the first year of this planet, the people that labeled it as such, or for anything and everyone else on this planet. The dominant European culture began the Gregorian calendar on the unsubstantiated year of conception or birth of an unquantified person whom they call “Jesus Christ”. A.D. is the abbreviation for “anno domini” which is taken from the full original phrase “anno domini nostri Jesu Christi“, which translates to “in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ”. Now, I want you to ask yourself something, when did their lord become everybody’s lord and why didn’t their god inform them about how inefficient a lunar calendar is when they were using one? The fact that you don’t know the answer to that question is the result of Damnatio Memoriae. The answer to the questions in this paragraph would be common knowledge if it were not for the practice of Damnatio Memoriae.
So, if the Western/European timeline of history and therefore human and world history as taught to most people has been altered, then how chronologically accurate can the historical record be? The Western/European timeline of world and human history has been subject to Damnatio Memoriae which means that anyone that adheres to or upholds the Western/European record of history is assisting in the perpetuation of a lie by default due to ignorance.
As stated earlier, one of the reasons that Damnatio Memoriae has been enforced is to suppress facts in order to uphold lies or beliefs. An example of this is the origin of the tradition of wearing Christian crosses necklaces and jewelry. Most people today do not know that the Romans wore penis amulets or pendants on necklaces for good luck and wearing dick/penis necklaces was a common Roman fashion choice for boys and men. Dick/penis images were commonplace throughout Rome. The Christian cross was later fashioned to resemble the shape of the most common Roman penis necklace pendant or amulet. The dick/penis symbol was referred to as the “fascinus” or “fascinum” which is the etymological root of the word “fascinate”. The reason that most people don’t know this is a direct result of a type of Damnatio Memoriae. View the image below to see the dick/penis and cross resemblance for yourself and of course, perform additional research on this topic. You’ll be surprised at what you find.
Damnatio Memoriae is a product of what we call “moon mind”, “moon philosophy” and “moon culture”. It is the reason why you don’t know the other accounts of history by other cultures as well as you do of the European/Western historical accounts. At its core, Damnatio Memoriae is the enforcement and perpetuation of ignorance on a broad scale.
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