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     Domitian, the Roman emperor, is assassinated on September 18th 96, being a victim of a palace conspiracy. The Senate declares he is an enemy of the Roman people and his reign receives damnatio-memoriae – condemnation of memory. If the damned was an emperor, the punishment reserved to anyone accused of “encroach upon the majesty of the Roman people” meant: the destruction of all statues representing the damned, the deletion of his name from all monuments or inscriptions, as well as the annulment of all imperial related documents. The condemnation of Domitian had overwhelming consequences upon the Getae, inhabitants of the northern part of Istru/Ister/Danube, as it suddenly turned them  from allies into enemies of the Romans overnight, meant to be punished and destroyed. However, never have our mumbling historians uttered a word about this malodorous and poisonous marsh of the conventional history.
     Nerva is proclaimed emperor by the Senate, after Domitian’s assassination. He had been dismissed by the former emperor for a few months in 93, but he returned to Rome afterwards. Member of an old traditional family of senators, Nerva enjoys their support, but also his own popularity as a person a man of sound morals and manners and no aspirations to power. Those dismissed Romans who had previously served Domitian, were also joined by those expelled for having followed the “Mosaic habits” or who “had become Jews”, an unacceptable behavior for the Roman morals and ethics of the time. All these, severely judged and punished for their newly acquired religious habits-considered damaging by the Roman emperor, requested a “just compensation”. Domitian had the right to punish those with “Mosaic/Jewish habits” because, in his position of pontifex maximus (Great Priest of the Empire and Great Priest of the official cult, as well as of all legal cults of the Empire), the law required him to defend the Romans against those who might have turned them into proselytes and who, by no means were officially approved by imperial edicts.
    Nerva himself never tolerated the Mosaics’ Messianic claim to rule the world, thus forcing the rumbustious leader who kept impelling them towards false revelations and dark base visions, Clement – the bishop of Rome, to continue his foolish advocacy in Cherson (in Taurida = Crimeea), where he joined the group of petty Messiahs who knew nothing but to live for wrath. In 97, due to the flurries in the Praetorian guard and inside the provincial legions, events purposely created by Traian for sure, Nerva is asked to accept him, one of the most competent generals, coregent and successor to the throne, in October 27. Nerva dies in Rome, on January 27th 98, leaving behind a financially weakened state and many unresolved issues.
    Traian, born in Spain, in 53 is recognized as emperor by the Senate immediately after Nerva’s death, being the first provincial to occupy this position in the history of the Roman Empire. Equally loved by Ivrits in Rome or elsewhere, he confers Roman citizenship to all these malevolent conniving creatures and plans the decimation of the Getic state, considered  not only the most dangerous enemy (after Domitian’s condemnation), but also the richest state which could have saved the empire from a pretty ugly collapse.
    Ivrits/Jews hated the Getae as well, producing enough venom to poison many people, as high class Getae, members of the Chosen One Fraternity from Sarmisetuza (their religious capital in Getia), who used to travel all over Palestine, written philosophical concepts on papyruses and on small lead plates in their bags spreading to the curious ones many spiritual “goodies” of the Mioritic wisdom (a philosophical and religious concept which stated that the conscious human being, found in perfect balance with the whole Creation, knowing his faith due to some apparently unpredictable and unexplainable events, doesn’t attempt to modify it, but accepts and understands an order, superior to the earthly life, considering the human existence a fulfillment of a divine plan, and death as a passage, a liberation from the physical life on the way to a never ending existence). No man would ever have accepted the Mosaic religion, even if menaced with being killed by sword.
    Bearing despicable thoughts in his mind (nourished by Ivrit counselors and corrupted senators), Traian stopped paying stipends to Getia, he used to as an ally until that moment, asking for all Roman craftsmen who were involved in building fortresses to come back, and asking Getia to bow to the Roman Empire. This last demand of the Roman ruler really upset the Getae, so they felt forced to sharpen their swords, in order to slice any intruder eager for their wealth.
    The first war between the Romans and the Getae took place between 101-102, Getia resulting pretty chopped up from it (deprived of some regions), with Roman troops cantoned right near Sarmizegetusa/Sarmisetuza, overseeing each possible move – as ascertained by the lead plates, because our historians speak other truths and are lead headed only. The armistice period ended in 105, when the Getae fought against them even more fiercely, as they were perfectly aware of the consequences of the Romans becoming masters of their homeland.
    The country resulted partially occupied by the Romans – Banat, Oltenia, the central part of Transilvania, the western part of Muntenia, a part of eastern Carpathians with all the gorges allowing access to the west, and that was about all. The eastern and the northern part of the Getic Empire was never occupied by the Romans, as they weren’t capable of controlling the whole Getic population and, besides that, they had already accomplished their goal and gained control over the precious metals mines. Between 107-109, Ulpia Traiana (the fortress and the capital of the conquered province) is built, 40 km west of the former Getic state capital, and when Traian died in 117, the empire numbered about 54 million inhabitants. Due to the huge spoils taken from Getia by the Romans (as mentioned by Criton in his lost Getica, we talk about 1,635 tons of gold and 3270 tons of silver), the Roman Empire enjoyed a relative balance, prosperity and peace for more than 70 years, after that decline showing its teeth again.
    117 is also the year of one of the Getae’s most important uprisings in the Roman province Dacia, supported by the eastern Getae – led by the Amal clan – get together to chase away the invaders. The fights lasted for the whole summer of 117, the fiercest Roman general, Marcius Turbo being requested to put an end to them. Hadrian was pretty much about giving up the province and it was only his friends’ insistence to remind him about thousands of Roman soldiers who had died for the land, that prevented him from doing it.
    The governor of Dacia, as well as other thousands of clerks and soldiers, died by the mutinous Getae’s swords, the “loving” Gets openly showing their ”affection” for the occupants, very differently from how the present day internationalist ass kissers are doing it. In 117 Hadrian demolishes “Traian’s bridge” over Istru (Danube) after the worrisome Getae’s riots, for fear they should have invaded the whole Balcan territory and light a fire they would have never been able to extinguish.
    Romanian historians have never uttered a word about this important riot, as it would have destroyed all myths about the extermination of the Getic people and the stupid theory on Latinity; they would have been expected to explain how on earth, the Romans kept fighting for a whole summer against the phantoms of the Getae who had died in 102 and 106, in Getia! That’s too much of a lie unless presented as a revelation! By no means did a nation which no longer existed (according to the lying historians, traitors of our People and Country) riot against the Roman invaders and fight against them so fiercely! All information that can be traced back in time clearly state the riot was organized by the Getae and that the Getae found in the Roman province Dacia, as well as those in the northern and eastern part of this land (that is, the free Getae in the Getic empire of the Amals) got together in order to cast away the invaders.
    Had Dacia been populated by the Colona (sg. Colonus) people (and not by colonists – as one may mistakenly think, led by deliberate suggestions made by some – by no means present there) – who enjoyed special benefits given by the emperor, this one being the real meaning of the term – it would have been pure madness to sustain that they rebelled against the beneficent. So, these petty, malevolent figures buried the truth for good and dare mislead us by lies and distorted truths even today.
    These being said, Hadrian (117-138), Traian’s nephew, confronted with this Getic “madness” reorganizes the occupied region (called Dacia) of Getia twice, but faces real challenges when these rebel against him and wants to abandon the territory. It was only the recollection of his uncle and his friends’ insistence that determined him to keep the Roman legions on the northern area of the Danube, inside the territories conquered in 106. Eutropiu, in his work, Breviarum ab urbe condita, written around 367 at Valens’ request, presents this situation as follows: “ne multi cives Romani barbaris traderentur”, that meaning: friends advice the emperor not to abandon the Roman Colona in the hands of the Getic barbarians, who loved them as slaves love their master! So here we have another undeniable proof that the Getae were only partially occupied by the Romans, by no means totally destroyed, and were strong enough to riot against them and to create real hardships for the Romans in “Dacia”.
    If only he Rumun people of today rioted against all the burglers and truth falsifiers in order to recreate their path in the world and history!
    Our ancestors never came to terms with being submitted, not even when Getia was partially occupied by the Romans.  In fact, that conquered part of Getia was never a peaceful and pacified province. Inscriptions and ancient texts dating back during the Antonine time (96-192) tell about the courage and firmness of these fearless people, mentioning their ,,furor daciscorum” and “madness” more than twice. A coin represents the allegorical figure of a woman, holding a flag, against a mountain background, and the following inscription in Greek: paranoia Geton (the madness of the Getae). What we can understand from here is that Getae living in Getia were feared both by Greeks and the Romans for their pride and dignity, as well as for their wish to live freely. This evidently contrasts with most of the Romanian historians who show no respect for truth, but only tell lies and love confection.
    Had the Getae had to show their obedience to the Romans, they would have done it courageously and only with their sword. Never until the so called “Roman retreat” did the Getae in the Roman provinces, but especially those living outside the borders, get afraid of the fame of the legions and many of the Romans left their bones on this land.
    Antonius Pius (138-161) is well known by the Roman historians as an emperor who served as a role model, in good relations with the Senate. During his reign the Empire enjoyed peace and prosperity. Our ancestors though didn’t taste that peace and prosperity, as the Getae from the Roman province Dacia were considered bondmen, in contrast with the three privileged people of the Empire: – the Romans, the Greeks and the Ivrits – forming the constitutive nations, which enjoyed full rights and the right to benefit from the hard work of the exploited nations. In 156 and 157 the free Getae attack the Romans many times. In 167 the free Getae living in the empire ruled by the Amal clan attack Dacia, the Roman province, reaching Macedonia and Greece, leaving ruins and ashes behind, and in 170 the Ausons (the name also used for the Getae by the Roman poet Ovidius) bring about  smoke, mourning and destruction in the southern area of the Danube.
    Marcus Aurelius (161-180) continued his predecessor’s politics, the Empire enjoying the same economic balance, but towards the end of his reign the Empire faces decay, as the Romans had run out of the fabulous loot Traian had taken from Getia and there were no other rich sources the Romans, Greeks and the Ivrits could have robbed and benefited from.
    Commodus was born in 161 and was Marcus Aurelius’ son. He is proclaimed emperor in 180 and instaurates an absolutist monarchy following the Oriental model. At the very beginning of his reign he decides to adopt the Sarmis cult as the official religion of the emperor (Mitra, as the western wicked historians stated), later called Arianism, while historical proofs clearly show it was, in fact, the Cross religion of the Getae, the Arimin Christianity  or Ariminism. During Commodus’ reign numerous riots happen in Dacia and Pannonia, as Lampidius mentions. He bought his empire’s safety by bribing the free Getae living in the Amals’ empire, as he wanted them calm and quiet on their land and not trespassing the Roman borders. As he profoundly deranged the senatorial oligarchy which knew nothing but to conspire, this secretly plans his assassination and successfully accomplishes it on December 31st 192, during a “Mitraic” celebration.
    After Commodus had been assassinated, Pertinax, a wealthy freed slave was proclaimed emperor by the Senate, on January 1st, but he is also assassinated by the praetors on March 28th 193, as he had dared proposing severe laws regarding public money expenditure.
    Didius Iulianus, a very wealthy Roman senator buys his imperial position with 25,000 sesterces per capita. The throne was “auctioned off” by Pertinax murderers, and the Senate agrees to such a loutishness. When the legions of Getae who inhabited the Danubian area find out about this bargain and fraud, penniless but skillful fighters, proclaim the noble Thracian Arimin Septimius Severus, emperor on April 9th 193, and he goes straight to Rome to get his throne. These troops of Ausons were by no means a flock of drunkards, but a group of about 30,000 strong Getae, smart and tough, very good fighters. The very same imperial purple traders, enjoying the complicity of the Senate, declare Didius Iulianus an enemy of the Roman people and assassinate him on June 1st 193. Severus, well aware of these rascal figures, as well as of their greed, immediately decides to replace the group of praetorians of about 6,000 muggers with soldiers he himself brought. He did the same with the town police (of about the same number), and the rest of the fierce Ausons were commanded to live at the borders of the fortress, and do whatever they wished, but if they had by any chance heard noise and quarrel inside, to hurry in immediately and witness the facts. By doing this he assured his security, as many emperors were assassinated as a result of senators’ machinations and by praetorians’ swords.
    Clodius Albinus Decimus Septimius, another pretender to the Roman throne is proclaimed emperor in April 193, by the troops of Britannia, after Pertinax’ assassination and Didius Iulianus’ election for this position. As he needed an ally in the war against Pescennius Niger, also proclaimed emperor by the oriental troops in April 193, Septimius Severus (whom the Senate of Rome willy-nilly accepted as emperor) recognizes Clodius Albinus as co-emperor. After Niger is defeated by Severus, the relationship between the later and Clodius get tenser and tenser, especially because Clodius was openly supported by the Roman senators, with a view to becoming the only emperor. In order to overthrow Severus, Clodius Albinus lands on the continent and occupies Galia in 196, but he is defeated at Lugdunum/Lyon on Februrary 19th 197.
    In short, after the assassination of Didius Iulianus and the recognition of Septimius Severus as emperor, by the Senate of Rome, the later starts a military campaign against Niger, whom he defeats at Cizik in 193, at Niceea and Issos in 194, when he is finally captured and beheaded. After 4 years he manages to purge all adversaries – Niger in 194 and Clodius Albinus in 197 – and instaurates a totalitarian regime in the empire, his imperial authority being mainly supported by the army (most of it of Getic origin) and the reformed bureaucratic apparatus.
    Severus was born in Leptis Marga, a city in the northern part of Africa, in a Get(a) knight’s family, originating in Thrace, being the first Arimin emperor who ruled the Romans. He attended juridical courses in Rome and he is accepted in the Senate by the emperor, Marcus Aurelius. He follows an astonishing military and administrative career. In 209 he appoints his sons Caracalla and Geta as Augustus, initiating the Sever’s dynasty which will last till 235. During his time, the imperial authority is greatly enforced, while the Senate’s attributions are seriously limited due to its openly showed sympathy towards Clodius Albinus.
    Knights can openly access all positions in the imperial apparatus, while senators are practically eliminated from the administration, their status being just formal. The emperor founds the Council of the Prince, a body which had to make the most important decisions regarding the leadership of the empire, two jurists being brought out: Papian and Ulpian. The army is paid special attention to, the emperor financing it and generously rewarding the soldiers and the knights, also improving their status. The provinces Dacia and Dobrogea enjoy a remarkable economical and municipal flourishing. Between 197-199 he manages to take the whole Mesopotamia from the Parthians, turning it into a Roman province. He dies at Eboracum -York on February 4th 211.
    What is significant for this Getic emperor of Thracian origin is his determination to keep his Ariminian identity, even if he was born on foreign land and lived all his life away from his people. The historian Symmachus, in his Vita Maximini, book V, tells us about the future emperor of the Roman empire, Maximin the Thracian: “Maximinus is said to have originated in a Thracian village…born in a barbarian family, his father being from Gothia and his mother being an Alan. He was truly loved by the Getae, as if he were one of them… And even since early childhood he was a shepherd.” When Severus had his troops in Thracia he meets Maximin, the historian relating a custom of the Getic soldiers: “…on the birthday of an elder son of a Get(a), Severus, the emperor used to offer military games which had many coins as rewards for winners…this one, although very young and not a Latin speaker at that time, asked the emperor publicly in his approximate Thracian language to be given the permission to measure up with those who were already fighting at an advanced level”.
    Maximin was born in 173 and becomes an emperor in 235. The facts, told by Symmachus, can be traced back to the beginning of Severus’ reign. According to the text, the shepherd Maximin addressed the Roman emperor of Thracian origin, Severus, “in his approximate Thracian language” because he didn’t speak Latin, and if the emperor answered to his request, it means he spoke the language. The Thracian kingdom was turned into a Roman province in 46 (our era), that is after 150 years of Roman domination, the Getic people who lived on this land had not been Latinized at all – according to Lat(r)inist “dogma”, this text proving we have been lied to for 150 years with this nonsense by traitors of our nation and country. This information also proves that all the changes Severus made in Rome among the Praetorians and urban police were safety measures, which also showed the kind of trust he had in his Getic men. The Roman senators used to mock at Severus by calling him “the little Thracian”, in order to limelight the difference between the Roman greatness and the “Getic usurper born in Thrace”.
    Caracalla, born in 188, becomes an emperor after his father’s death, Septimius Severus, in February 211. In 196 he is appointed Caesar, and in 198 Augustus, together with his brother Geta. In February 212 he assassinates his brother together with 20,000 of his supporters, this act severely compromising his power position in the army. He continues his father’s reforms in order to turn the Roman empire from an empire of the fortress Rome into an empire of nations and promulgates the Antoninian Constitution in 212, which allowed all free populations to get Roman citizenship. Provinces acquire an equal status to that of Rome and Italy. He faces real challenges on the Danube areas around 213, when the eastern Getic people, the Carpians (from the Amal Empire), together with their Gothic allies invade his provinces without asking for permission, but he still manages to keep them away from the Roman Empire borders. For such courageous deeds he assumes the cognomen Geticus Maximus and Quasi Gothicus, proving that the emperor’s previous fights were not against some Getic ghosts, but against a real and tenacious Getic army. Admiring the boldness and the defying death attitude of his enemies and being very much hated by his own army after Geta’s assassination, he picks up some of these courageous fellows to make a personal guard (which he names “the Scythian lions”). For the first time in history, the Goths appear under their real name, as well as their true relationship with the Getae from the eastern part of the Carpathians who made up the Amal empire.
    He is assassinated in Mesopotamia by Macrinus in 217, during the military campaign against the Parthian empire. The assassin proclaims himself emperor, but the callous financial politics he adopted makes him an enemy of the Sever dynasty and other social classes, which rebel against and defeat him in the battle at Antiohia in 218, where he and his son (who was a deputy) are killed, after he had reigned for 11 months.
    Elagabal, born in 204, a priest from Emesa, was Caracalla’s nephew and his heir to the throne, after Macrinus was killed in 218, being recognized by the Senate as emperor, but the command of the empire belonged to Iulia Maesa, his grandmother and to Iulia Soemias, his mother. In 221 he is forced to accept M. Aurelius Severus Alexander as a successor, but he will try to assassinate him several times. His eccentricities and his desire to impose the Mosaic Pharisaism as the official cult, caused his death, as the population of Rome got furious and killed him in 222. Some historians claim he also desired to introduce Judeo-Christianity, which may not be far from the truth, although the cult meant nothing to the empire at those times, only a few thousands or, at most ten thousand being wretched followers; those could have hardly represented a force and could only be found in the big cities of the empire. Still, the new religion had very wealthy supporters!
    Severus Alexander is recognized by the Senate as emperor after Elagabal was murdered in 222, and he establishes good relations with the Senate, and also cancels all excesses and eccentricities of his predecessor. But the real power in the empire belongs to his mother- Iulia Mamaea. They are both murdered in 235 at Mogontiacum – Maintz by the soldiers, while a war against the Alamans was being prepared. His death ends the Sever dynasty and its role in history, but the Arimins continue to lead the Roman Empire, providing it with the next emperor.
    Maximin the Thracian, the son of a family of peasants living in Thrace, is the next emperor after Severus Alexander was murdered in the spring of 235. He doesn’t ask for the approval of the Senate of Rome for his new position and imposes high taxes to the Roman oligarchy, which started conspiring, as usual, against the Thracian soldier. He fought against the Sarmatians and the Getae on the Lower Danube in 236 and 237, as they used to set foot and rob the Southern area of the river. In 235 he starts the “persecution” against the Judeo-Christian clergy, a religion which enjoyed a status of a private cult, but aspired to spread to the highest ranks in the Empire. The priests and the heads of the religious cults tolerated within the empire, were tax free, which motivated the Judeo-Christians to create all types of sects, in order to avoid the taxes and to find fools to finance their parasitism. The emperor was a constant menace to the Judeo-Satanists who called themselves Christians, and especially to their heads, for their aspirations to power positions.
    At the beginning of 238 the Senate of Rome plans a big revolt against the Get(a) emperor Maximin, born in Thrace, who was considered a tyrant by the Roman oligarchy and who got the emperor position by force. In order to disperse his army, the conspirators proclaim Gordian I emperor, in Africa (on the 19th of March 238). He appoints his son Gordian II co-emperor. The rebel was part of the large Roman aristocracy and felt really irritated when he saw the throne previously occupied by Augustus and Pius, now occupied by a “rough” Thracian soldier, who wanted to speak only his own mother tongue, using Latin just to frighten the “educated” and “civilized” Romans out of theirs wits. The Senate of Rome accepts the usurper as the emperor of the empire, while accusing the emperor Maximin the Thracian of being an enemy of the Roman people “hostis publicus”. But the story has a bitter ending for the ones who wanted the royal purple, as the third legion Augusta (faithful to Maximin) offered all those who coveted the power some sword therapy.
    In order to be more successful against the Arimin soldiers who practically made most of the Roman army, the Senate recognized (in Rome) Balbinus Calvinus Decimus Caelius (178-238) as emperor, and also Pupienus Maximus, proclaimed Caesar, after the emperors Gordian I and II  had been killed by the troops faithful  to Maximin the Thracian. The first was asked to bring troops from Galia, to protect Italy against the invasion of the Thracian emperor, who rushed to Rome in order to understand the displeasure of the senators from close. The decisive battle was fought near Aquileia town, where emperor Maximin died due to unknown causes, maybe as a victim of well paid treasons. 
    Shortly after the Thracian death, Balbinus and Pupienus are assassinated by the Praetorian guard, after 99 days of reign. But, left behind, there was Gordian III, a 13 year old child, Gordian II ’s nephew (his sister’s son), previously appointed Caesar by the two emperors of Rome, who reigned the empire till 244. Still, the real authority belonged to an Arab, Timesitheus (241-243), who was the prefect of the Praetorians and who dies in the war against the Sassanides. His heir to the Praetorian leadership, Philip the Arab (who was also of an Arab origin), sets the child-emperor free from the earthly worries and also from his own life, during the next year campaign, on Euphrates against the Parthian empire. The fact that the Senate of Rome proclaimed this assassin an emperor is outrageous, the fact in itself showing a total degradation of the Romans’ good sense, as these shabby fellows were able to sell the whole empire to anyone who had the money, no matter how bad his behavior would have been.
    Philip the Arab, the son of a sheik from Syria, manages to become the prefect of the Praetorians during the reign of Gordian III, whom they assassinate during the preparations for a military campaign against the Parthians, in the summer of 244, and he proclaims himself an emperor. During 245-247 he fights difficult battles on the Lower Danube against the Carpians from the Eastern Getic Empire, who wanted to chase the Romans away from all the territories they governed in the northern part of the river.
    The so called Dacian territories were vast and often visited by the Getic (and Gothic) groups from the Amal empire, who became again the real masters of the lands of the Chosen People (chosen by the Only Divine God – named Sintu by them), or, as known in the ancient world: ,,God’s Descendants”. In March 248 Rome sumptuously celebrates 1,000 years of its existence, many kings, eastern neighbours of the ,,Roman” Dacia being invited. During the summer of the 248, the general Pacatianus from Moesia is proclaimed emperor by the Getic troops from this province, but he is assassinated by his own soldiers when the troops sent by Philip the Arab and commanded by the senator Decius were getting closer and closer to ask him to account for his deeds.
    The very same year the Carpians reigned by the Amal king Argaithus and the Goths reigned by Guntherichus invade Dobrogea (named Scythia Minor by the Romans) and destroy the Histria fortress. Iordanes writes in his Getica (paragraph 89) that the Getae and the Goths also lived “ their life on Scythia land, on the shore of Pont”…When the Romans were ruled by Philip the Arab… the Goths (Getae), barely tolerating the withdrawal of their stipends, turned into enemies of Rome, even if previously they were its friends. “As, even if they lived under their kings  they were still federates of the Roman empire and received annual gifts”. This is what Iordanes, the bishop, knew (at the middle of the VI-th century) about our ancestors who lived in the eastern part of the Carpathians during the middle of the III-rd century our era: that they had their own kings, that the Goths were their allies inside of the Amal empire, and that the Romans paid them well annually in order to keep them away from the borders of the Roman empire. Either our historians know nothing about these realities, or they don’t want to know about them, in which case we have to accuse them of baseness and treason against the Country and our People!
    Iordanes also mentions (in paragraph  92) that the Getae and the Goths got very angry because Rome stopped paying them and: “ These crossed the Danube immediately, devastated Moesia for the second time and attacked Marcianopolis, a well known town of Moesia, and, after keeping it under a long siege, left it only after being offered money”.  We can see that the Romans became reasonable when the Getae and the Goths invaded the fields of Moesia in 245, 247 and 248.
    In paragraph 94 the same author mentions: “(…) from here, the Get(a) who became rich because of the money he earned after the long siege, returned home to his life”. After the death of Ostrogotha, who commanded the armies of predators and enemies of the Romans, Kniva took the lead of the armies in 250, being considered by the “fine, traditionalist” historians, as a Goth. But he was also known under the name of Canabaud (cana + baut), a pure Romanian name meaning cup for drinking (a truth which can upset the traitors and those with a tangled mind). He was supported by Unilt, his son, whom the history would totally ignore if it wasn’t for the Solomonars (literates of the authentic ancestral cultural and religious traditions, scholars with paranormal skills; these kept an eye on the way the “ Zamolxian religion”– as the Greeks named it – but, in fact, Lamb Christianization – following the Rumunian traditions – was respected, but also on the social common laws the Romanians followed till the XVI-th century; their name being taken from their leather apron called solomón) who respectfully praised their dedicated teacher called Uniilă!
    Between 249-250 the peoples from the Amal empire, more precisely the ones living in the Danube area and on the Black Sea territories, ruled by the Getae and the Goths of Ostrogotha and Kniva/Canabaud started an invasion of the Roman provinces Moesia and Thracia, turning them into ruins. It is during this period when the Gothic relatives of the Vandals and the Germanic tribes of the Heruli are mentioned on the Danube banks. In 250 Gaudarich and Argiat, temporarily settled in the southern part of the Carpathian arc, prevented Ostrogotha from conquering Moesia.
    Decius Caius Traianus was born in 195 in the inferior Panonia, being of Getic origin. He becomes senator and then he manages to become governor of Moesia. In 249 he is sent by Philip the Arab, the emperor, to put an end to the rebellions in Moesia and Panonia, but he is proclaimed emperor at Viminacium by the Getic troops which he commanded. He turns against Philip the Arab and he defeats him in the battle at Verona in September 249, being recognized as emperor by the Senate of Rome. He had a strong sense of bloodline and considered himself ,,the restorer of Dacia”. During the summer of 250 the Goths and the Carpi(ans) start an important invasion of the south of the Danube, which leads them to Capadocia where they remain for the winter. When they turn back, during the summer of 251, full of loots as a beehive full of honey, Decius, together with his son Herennius decide to catch them at Abritus (in Moesia) in August, but the “sluggish thieves” weren’t easy to catch and they fiercely defended themselves. So, both imperial faces found their death on the battlefield, each one fighting for something or someone, at that time plundering not being considered immoral.
    Trebonianus Gallus is proclaimed emperor by the troops in Moesia he commanded, when Decius dies in 251. He confers the title of Caesar to his first son Volusianus and Decius’ second son, Hostilianus. After Aemilianus Marcus had been proclaimed emperor, Trebonianus Gallus was killed by his own soldiers at Interamna (the north of Italy) in 253. Aemilianus shares the same faith at Spoleto (the center of Italy), after the rumour about Valerian being proclaimed emperor was spread.
    Aemilianus Marcus Aemilius, reigned for a short period of time in 253, and was an officer of Moorish origin who became procurator of Moesia in 252. He was proclaimed emperor by the troops he commanded after he had rejected a Gothic invasion.
    Valerian, a descendent of an old senatorial family is proclaimed emperor on the third of September 253 by the troops from Galia and Germany and recognized by the Senate after Aemilianus’death. He appoints his son Gallienus co-emperor, to govern the provinces in Europe, including the Danubian and Balkanic lands, while he ruled the Orient. For the first time in its history, the Roman empire is administratively divided in two distinct parts, ruled by two emperors, with two centers of power. The two edicts given by Valerian in 257 and 258 put an end to the Judeo-Christian naughtiness. These wanted to be recognized as a public religion and benefit from all the rights derived from this status – tax exemptions for priests, donations from public funds and tax free donations from private sources. More than this, they also tried to infiltrate in the imperial apparatus in order to prepare a coup or to influence the Roman politics for their benefit. Valerian prevented them from doing any of the intended actions and calmed them down by giving the edicts in 257 and 258 which stipulated the confiscation of all the goods they had received from the state. In 259 Valerian starts a war against the Persians but he is defeated at Edessa and dies in captivity a year later. In 258-259 the Getae and the Goths start an important plunder in Moesia and Thrace, they invade Asia Minor and reach Capadocia, then returning to the Danube full of loot. The Romans have no longer the necessary energy to oppose, so these fiery and vigorous soldiers penetrate the roman provinces like a mouse in the cheese it craves for. It is certain that the Getae living in the previous Dacia province also took part in these invasions of the southern banks of the Danube and even farther, once their motherland escaped the Roman domination, as the Romans were considered guilty of the hardships the Getic people endured.
    Gallienus, Valerian’s son, is appointed co-emperor in 253 and governed the Occident and the Eastern/Central Europe. After Valerian is taken prisoner by the Sassanids and he dies in 259, the Roman empire practically falls apart. The Orient is taken control over by Odaenathus, prince of Palmyra. Gallia, Spain and Britannia form a kingdom ruled by a general, Postumus, while the provinces inhabited by the Arimins, people from Dacia, Pannonia, Thrace, Macedonia and Moesia are ruled by a Getic general, Regalianus.
    The Roman emperor only controlled Italy and Greece, that is 10 percents, or even less of the former Roman Empire.
    This historical reality is carefully avoided by all studies (the Romanian, as well as the Occidental ones) on the history of the Roman Empire!!! Sextus Aurelius Victor (the IV-th century) is the author of Caesares and Historia Augusta, where he mentions the following on Gallienus and his son Saloninus: “All these good and fortunate happenings, far better than he expected, led him into becoming even more indifferent, same as any human being reacts to life when things go well. He, as well as his son Saloninus, whom he previously conferred the title of Caesar, let the empire fall apart, not opposing the Goths (most probably accompanied by the Getae) who advanced to Thrace, occupied Macedonia, Ahaia and the surrounding territories in Asia, without being stopped, while the Parthians conquered Mesopotamia and the Orient was ruled by bandits, or by a woman. The Alamani conquered Italy and the Franks, after plundering Gallia, invaded Spain, pillaging and almost destroying the Spanish city Tarraco, stole some ships to cross the sea to Africa; and all territories, previously conquered by Traian, on the northern area of the Ister were lost. And so, surrounded by unfriendly winds from everywhere, the whole Roman Empire was deeply shaken”.
    Another writer, present in this work, Trebollius Pollio, mentions a few things about the Getic general Regallianus (in the chapter called Triginta tyranni, Regallianus IX): “Nobody could deny that Regallianus was a well known general, but Gallienus kept him under observation, as the general seemed to be worth an emperor position. He was of Dacian origin and, as some say, a relative of Decebalus. In a letter witten by Claudius, the Roman emperor, before occupying the emperor’s position, thanks Regallianus, who was just a commander in Illyria, for the province he managed to return to the empire, while Gallienus’ worthlessness made him loose all provinces. This letter that can be found in the archives, being a public letter, allows me to transcribe it here”. This is what the Roman historians wrote in the IV-th century, after they had studied the imperial archives, searching for the documents which presented the realities of the Gallienus’ reign. The Romanian historians have never sought anything as they don’t need the truth, they only write according to the political orders or to the amount of money they get to distort the truth!
    Let’s try to understand what happened in the territories formerly occupied by the Romans and inhabited by my ancestors – of pure Getic origin, since immemorial times. In 246 Philip the Arab gives the Roman province, Dacia the right to create its own coin, this making us understand that generally, after 254, no Roman coins could be found in Dacia, that is, the territories were pretty unsure for Rome and exerting control over them was a difficult issue, as the Getae were seriously fighting to achieve Diogio’s (the real name of Decebalus) oath and that of the Asens (wise Getae’s sacerdots, keepers of the mysteries and well known heroes of the people).
    In the autumn or winter of 257, the Getae from Moesia rebel against the Roman dominance and the revolt expands to Dacia and Pannonia, two other provinces. The rebels were commanded by the very governor of Pannonia, the Get(a) Ingenuus (whose name means “free man” in Latin), a general with pure Getic origin and a very good observer of the Roman political life. He establishes his power residence at Sirmium (today known as Sremska Mitrovica – Kosovo/Serbia).
    The Roman emperor wasn’t scared by the Getae’s fury and, in the spring of the following year brings a large group of legionnaires in the province. The rebels waited for him with swords in their hands at Mursa (today known as Osjek in Croatia). The Getae are defeated, the commander Ingenuus dies on the battlefield, and Gallienus starts a savage repression against them, as the Romans used to do to all rebels. But, as the majority of his army was made up of soldiers of Arimin origin and these started protesting against the atrocities the emperor had ordered, he renounced to apply the exemplary punishments he had planned to frighten the rebels.
    Wishing to calm down his own grumbling army because of these reprisals, Gallienus designates  the Getic general Regallianus, who controlled Thrace, Moesia, Dalmatia, Dacia and Pannonia to command the troops in the Danubian provinces – duchy of Illyria – as the Greek historian Dexip (210-280) mentions in his work, The Scythians: “…dux factus est et dux totius Illyrici. Habet in potestatem Thracios, Moesos, Dalmatos, Pannonios, Dacos exercitus”.
    In the summer of 258, the revolt starts again even more furiously in all the territories Regallianus controlled as a military commander, and the Getae commanded by their leader break away from Rome and form a strong Getic state, the second after the one founded in the eastern part of the Carpathians, which history and the scummy historians do not want to admit.
    On some of the coins created when he was proclaimed emperor or king we can see a solar divinity and the inscription: “Oriens (sunrise) aug(ustus)”(saint, worshipped, great), these make us understand that Regalianus wanted his actions to be protected by the beneficial God from the East, called Sarmis (also called Mitra by some) by the Getae, his cult being well spread over the entire Roman empire. It is important for us to know that on the 15-th of January 27 B.C. the Senate of Rome confers the sacred title of Augustus to Octavianus, meaning “the one who is worth honoring, the venerable”, so the legend of the Getic Solar God is pretty clear from a religious point of view.
    Romanian and other historians, who are neither worth honoring nor venerable, found a medal from Gallienus times, marked “restitutor Orientis” (the restorer of the Orient) and drew the conclusion that Regalianus, the Get(a), was killed by the Roman emperor. But the only truth is that the medal represented the reality of the Orient, and the addressee was Odaenathus, who had freed the territories from the Sassanid invasion and killed Quietus, the usurper. We have little information about Regalianus, but a text tells us that: “Regalianus… gentis Daciae, Decebali ipsius, ut fertur, affinis”. This was misinterpreted as: “(being) of Dacian origin, as they say, a relative of Decebalus himself”. The right translation of this text is: “people of Dacia (being present) in the ancestor gathering, said that Regalianus should be the only partake”. It is important to know that the Romans made peace in Pannonia in 89 with the noble Diegis, and not with Decebalus – a name that can be never found on the ancient lead and gold plates of the Getae, being an invention of Dio Casius in the III-rd century.
    The way the Senate of Rome empowered the generals to fight wars in the name of the republic is the same way the Getic dage balo/dege bali (the ancestor gathering, the gathering of the illuminati) empowered mato (the supreme civil and military commander) to defend their interests against any intruder. Regalianus was empowered by the Arimin people who lived in Dacia, Pannonia, Thrace, Dalmatia, Illyria and Moesia to defend them against the Romans, and the fact that he wanted to create a big Dacian/Getic empire shows that these ideas were rooted in the Getae’ mind and that they wanted to achieve them. Decius had had these noble thoughts about his people even before, and Lactantius, years later, attributes to Galerius such ideas, which, at that time, were pure reality!
    Historians, contemporary with the Roman emperor Gallienus (among which the Athenian Dexip (210-280) in the Scyntians), as well as the historians who followed the next centuries (Eutropius, in Breviarum ab Urbe condita, Sextus Aurelius Victor, who will write The Caesares around 360, Rufius Festus who writes at the request of the emperor Valens in 372, Breviarum rerum gestarum Populi Romani, Aelius Spartianus, Aelius Lampridius, Iulius Capitolinus, Vulcacius Gallicanus, Trebellio Pollio, Flavius Vopiscus with his work Historiae Augustae, around 394, Zosimos and others) state that the provinces: Pannonia, Dacia, Moesia, Dardania, Dalmatia, Illyria, Scythia, Macedonia and Thrace were controlled by Regalianus. Once the Getic western state was established, Regalianus issued a silver coin with his face on it, wearing Sarmis/Mitra’s solar beam crown.
    After having fought unsuccessfully against the Getae commanded by Regalianus for more that a decade, in 267, the emperor Gallienus prepares an important military action with a view to destroying the western Getic kingdom, mobilizing important troops in Pont, Bithynia, Phrigia, Achaia, Thessalia, Epir provinces under the command of the generals Marcianus, Cleodamus, Athenaeus, Aureolus, Dexip (the historian and the commander of Athens), Claudius, with the clear intention of fighting the decisive battle.
    Regalianus, in order to prevent the Romans from fulfilling their plans, gathered together and directed a strong army (made up of Getae, Goths, Thervingi, Gepidae, Heruli, Peuci) from the Eastern Getic Empire against the Roman camps, all warriors being strongly motivated to win. The devastations started in Pont province and were stopped only in Achaia, Thessalia and Epir. The Heruli persistently “knocked on the Athens door” for a few months, but the Greeks pretended not to know them at all, being absorbed into deep meditations and not hearing the curious visitors. More than that they kicked some of the intruders who dared wandering and stealing in their country. And so, they managed to resist the intruders since the autumn of 267 till the spring of 268, when Gallienus came with important troops to defend the last province outside Italy Rome still had.
    The Romans fought the decisive battle against the Heruli on the Nestos/Mesta river in the southern of Thrace; Gallienus defeated them and managed to catch their very commander, Naulobatus; but advancing farther north, towards the western kingdom of Getae’s ruled by Regalian, was welcomed by the fierceful Thracian Arimins who forced him to retreat to Rome in spite of his fame. He does not give up though and tries to persuade the northern Sarmatians to attack Regalian’s kingdom, but most of the attackers end up dead. Seeing that he can do no harm to these pertinacious Arimins, in the summer of 268 Gallienus infiltrates traitors into Regalian’s court to assassinate him. These manage to do the job in August 268. But the death of Regalian was by no means a lucky reason for a long term happiness for the Roman emperor, as he ends up assassinated too, in the same August 268 by the opposing Getae he had in his army and who rebelled against him and even got the empire.
    The western Getic kingdom still lives for two more years under Dryantilla, Regalianus’ wife, and then splits into two parts, Dacia province unites with the Eastern Getic Kingdom (the Amals’), while the remaining territories, once under Roman occupation, become part of this state again, but this time being ruled by the Getic emperor Aurelian, who makes an Oath of allegiance to the inhabitants of the northern part of the Ister. The historical event can be proven by the coins made at Carnuntum with the queen’s image on one of its side.
    The queen/empress Sulpicia Dryantilla and the generals faithful to her, who commanded the Regalian’s armies, immediately after the rascally assassination paid by Gallienus in the autumn of 268, started a great invasion which started from the Amal kingdom with over 320,000 soldiers – as mentioned in Scriptores Historiae Augustae, in order to knock the Roman empire dead. The armies gathered in the northern part of the Black Sea, and were made up of the “best representatives” of the Arimin, Scythian and Gothic people who were (but by no means chaotically) heading towards Pont in the winter of 268 and the spring of 269. The army was stopped by the Getic emperor of Rome, Claudius, in the summer of 269 on the Naissus river in Macedonia. The historian Zosimos was writing about this very important event in our history: “Dacians united with Heruli, Peuci and with the Goths, gathered together near the Tyras/Nistru/Dniester river which flows in Pont, built six thousand ships embarking 320,000 people on them; they started their journey on the sea…, with the wind from behind”, till the Propontida straits. The Greek historian talks about a huge army which invaded the south of the Balkans and Greece as a flood, so the Getae/Dacians from the former province Dacia not only did not disappear, as the Romanian historians obediently claim, but also formed an amazing military force, a walking nightmare to any enemy.
    Claudius dies of plague in the summer of 270 and the Get(a) Aurelian is proclaimed emperor of the Roman empire, by the Arimin army. This makes an Oath of allegiance to the Getae who inhabited the northern part of the Ister, whom he promises to give a helping hand in case of danger, and they become federates of the empire. Much more consistent information was published in the two volumes Fontes in 1964 and 1970 under the umbrella of the Popular Republic of Romania Academy, but our history remained falsified and nobody seems to be upset by this unbearable dishonesty. These historical lies serve only to the enemies of the Romanian people and those are much interested in strictly guarding all the lies sistematically scorned by the Occidental “scholars” and spread after 318 till the XX-th century.
    The Romanian historian Ion Popescu-Puţuri, was accused by those sustaining the Thracianism and other wicked internationalists he invented a straightforward and oversimplified origin of the Dacian-Romanian. But the mioritical Ion Popescu-Puţuri was masterly cheated by the Khazar/Jew Gogu Radulescu-Prepuţuri (transl.note: word play meaning prepuces/foreskins) and thus the Romanian culture was guided for a long time by an illuminated Bolshevik who served pure Evil!
    In 260 Macrianus Titus Fulvius and his brother Quietus – sons of Macrianus (Valerian’s Minister of Finance and former archisinagogue in Alexandria, of Ivrit origin), plan an usurpation and proclaim themselves emperors, after they had left the true emperor who had been taken prisoner by the Persians. Such an attitude is called treason, but taking into account the behavior of those living in Rome at that time, nobody could distinguish between right and wrong any more.
    These are the first and the last Ivrits in the history of the Roman Empire who tried to get the position of an emperor, but they dearly paid for their attempt. Quietus is killed by Odaenath, prince of Palmyra in 260, and the second is killed in Greece in 261, while he was running a wild-goose chase on the roads leading to Rome.
    Odaenathus, prince of Palmyra since 257, kills the usurper Quietus in 260, after Valerian falls captive in 259, and in the years to follow 261-262, continues the fight against the Persians, managing to chase them and reaches the walls of Ctesiphon city. For his deeds he receives the titles of dux Romanorum and Corector totius Orientis from Gallienus, a recognition by Rome of the authority of the Arab prince in the Orient. On this occasion Gallienus issues the coin with the inscription „restorer of the Orient”, which the cunning-lying historians assign to the defeat of Regalianus by the Roman emperor, as I showed before. Odaenathus is assasinated in 267, during a campaign of rejection of he Gothic army, who wanted to visit the sands of Syria, and the command of the kingdom is taken by Zenobia, his wife, in the name of the underage Vaballathus.
    After the conquest of Egypt, in 270, Zenobia and her son are proclaimed emperors, wishing to create an Arab-Ivrit universal empire where the Mosaism, Judeo-Chretianity and Greek religion enjoyed equal rights. In 271, Zenobia offers her Ivrit supporters a big temple in Alexandria, where one could find the biggest and the richest Mosaic colony. In Palmyra, as well as in Petra, one could find large colonies of Mosaics who supported the actions of Odaenathus and Zenobia, after trying to kneel the Roman empire during Valerian’s time, but never succeeding.
    Their money, as well as the commerce of the Orient were not meant for Rome any more, so a big economic crisis put the Roman empire to the ground. The Mosaics had helped the Roman oligarchy with money in the rebellion the Senate arranged against the emperor Maximin the Thracian, but they were not rewarded as they expected, so they broke the deal with the shrewd Romans and decided to get a revenge. So, in about 10-15 years, the finances of the empire were almost exhausted and Valerian tried to save what he could still save. The Ivrits formed the most powerful corporation of money lenders and tax collectors in the empire and so a lot of money got into their bags while the treasury became emptier and emptier, a story which today could be called a provoked economical crisis. The money was directed to the Orient where they and their cousins, the Arab allies, had made a lot of effort to create a new empire. The things were completely clarified after Valerian fell captive, when Odaenath took a third of the Roman empire and wished to make it his own kingdom. Zenobia did that and, if the Get(a) Aurelian had not raised the sword against her, the Romans being incapable of fighting any more, maybe it would have lasted for a long time.
    Palmyra turned into a center full of philosophers among which Longinos (210-273), invited by the queen Zenobia around 255. She surrounded herself by the most notorious philosophers, rhetors and scientists of those times, and Longinos was one of them. The friendship between the Ivrits and the Greeks is an old story, mentioned by Saul in his writings 200 years before Zenobia’s reign, when the pretender who claimed to have Yahwe’s wisdom was rambling after the ones of the same kind in the Roman empire, to convince them with the Peace Gospel – taken from Ili (Iosius) around 30, when the great priest of the Getae was forced to go to Judea to stop the wickedness and the meanness of the bleak traders.
    An important role in this action is attributed to the effort of the Mosaic colony from Palmyra, which was really numerous and rich, but they were practitioners of a religious schism, very distinct from their traditions.  They replaced the name Yahwe with Hypsistos – the one whose name is blessed for eternity – a name also used for Zeus. There is also other data which can help us understand the creation of the Arab-Ivrit empire, completely hidden by history, either here or anywhere else, as the Mosaics ever since pretended to be the „oppresed and persecuted” of the whole world. In 231 the school Didascalia founded by Filon in Alexandria is moved by Origene in Palestina, to be used by the Ivrits for the manipulation of all petty people into adopting their Satanist-Mosaic beliefs.
    Nobody wants us to know why this incubator of evil was not moved to Rome, where, as they say, one could find „the heart of Judeo-Christianity”, but on the original land of the Ivrits, who were not Christians. The institution was a real factory of  fanatical Pharisees, who were yelling everywhere that they have to rule the world, because they are supposed to be the oldest and the wisest people in the whole world, but their aberrations were not taken into account by anyone. (An identical mission in the modern era, but a more successful one, is attributed to the Bolshevik Comintern, which belonged to the same cult).
    During the same period the Mosaics and the Judeo-Christians definitively split from each other and from the rest of the world, with all their claptraps and evil thoughts, so that the Ivrits had a good reason why they wanted a big incubator on their Arabic cousins land. Each dark fellow received from Yahwe two basilisk eggs to be incubated at the armpits, thus making sure that at least one of them will certainly provide one basileus, to rule the world till the end of time, and the whole land would belong only to them. And so, year by year, the incubator got full of desert little serpents, becoming a serpent home, even more powerful than the one in Alexandria, which was to be destroyed by Aurelian.
    The Arabs, in order to fool the Romans regarding their real plans (the Ivrits also were following a parallel plan, as Yahwe asked them to) always misled them by sustaining that the „smoke” (anyone knew that „there’s no smoke without fire”) these could see sometimes is, in fact, dust in the wind, and nothing else. Aurelian starts a campaign to destroy the Arab-Ivrit empire of Palmyra and in the battles he fought at Antiohia and Emessa he defeats the Arab armies in 272, managing to conquer the capital also, where the majority of those who supported these ideas were cut in two, in order to let the empirial grandeur „airs” go out. Zenobia falls captive and is taken to Rome, where she dies. After other 370 years, the Ivrits and the Arabs will gather againg, trying to make another empire, the first helping with their money, the second with their swords, and reaching till Spain which they will govern for 700 years.
    Postumus (258-268) was a king of the kingdom made up of Gallia, Britannia and Spain. He is killed by his own soldiers, during a rebellion. He managed to defend the borders well, either against the Germanic tribes, or against Gallienus legions.
    Aureolus (of a Getic origin), usurper of the imperial purple in 268, was one of the most capable generals of Gallienus (together with the Getae Aurelian and Claudius), as he defeated the usurpers Ingenuus and Macrianus and fought succesfully against Postumus. He rebelled against the emperor Gallienus and proclaimed himself emperor. He finds himself afterwards under siege in Milano and is taken captive by Claudius, after Gallienus is assassinated by the dissatisfied soldiers. The name of the usurper is a Latinisation of the Getic name Orolio, as written on the ancient lead plates.
    Claudius the Goth, emperor (268-270) in fact of a Getic origin, born in Pannonia, started being an ordinary soldier and became one of the most capable generals of Gallienus, who commanded the Balkan troops. When Gallienus dies, a death in which Claudius seems to have been involved, the Getic troops he commanded proclaim him emperor when he was besieging Milano, where the usurper Aureolus was, and whom he captures and kills. The same year he rejects an invasion of the Alamans in the north of Italy and in 269 at Naissus/Niş he rejects an important invasion of the Goths and the Heruli, taking the cognomen Goticus.  He dies of plague the next year in Sirmium. His brother Quintillus Marcus Aurelius proclaims himself emperor, but when he finds out that the troops recognised Aurelian as emperor, he kills himself. We can see that Claudius, the emperor, rejects the Goths in the southern side of Ister and deep inside the former Roman empire, so the provinces from the northern part of the Danube were abandoned by the Romans to the mooving troops of the real owners – the Getae, commanded by Regalianus, and afterwards by his worthy wife, who managed to rule the kingdom for two more years together with other praiseworthy generals, due to her intelligence and courage.
    The Latin historian Sextus Aurelius Victor, who lived in the IV-th century was a governor of Pannonia Secunda in 361 and prefect of Rome in 389; he wrote Caesares and Historia Augusta. The second includes the reigns of the emperors who ruled the Roman empire from Augustus to Constantius II in 361, whom he dedicates the work. The XXXV-th paragraph describes the Getic ancestors of Constantius II as follows: „I will also openly talk about Aurelianus and about Claudius, the jewel of all these and the founder of your lineage. When writing to your Highness the truth about the second, I am afraid I could seem flattering to some malevolents. But I am protected against the envy of the slanderous, as the same truths can be found clearly stated by other writers as well. To these emperors I will also add Diocletianus, the father of the golden age, Maximianus, called the father of the iron age, as well as the others who deserve your respect and admiration”.
    Even the Latins praise our Getic people who ruled the Roman empire for 165 years. Only we, as a people of unworthy descendants, ruled by our „patriots” even more unworthy, deny our past and bury it in mud, as we cannot live but with lies, cowardice, aping and meannes, that is treason of our People and Country! The same information can be found in the writing The Caesars – page 38 of Julian the Apostate (361-363), Constantin the Great’s nephew.
    Aurelianus Lucius Domitius (270-275), was born in Moesia at Sirmium in 214, and was of Getic origin. He starts being an ordinary soldier and then becomes the general and the commander of the cavalry under Claudius II and is proclaimed emperor by the Danubian troops in 270, at the death of the latter.
    By the time he is proclaimed emperor the Roman empire was dismembered; Egypt and the whole Orient were under the command of Zenobia, the queen of Palmyra, and Gallia, Hispania and Britannia were included in the secessionist kingdom. In 272 he conquers the kingdom of Palmyra, two big battles being fought at Antiohia and Emesa, and then Egypt too, and two years later he conquers the secessionist Gaul kingdom. He is assasinated in 275 in Byzantium, on his way to Persia, where he was preparing a new military campaign. The Latin historan Sextus Aurelius Victor, who lived in the IV-th century, writes before 370 in Caesares and Historia Augusta that Gallienus lost Dacia, which had been conquered by Traian, and the historical information previously presented confirms this truth. But Eutropius, in his work Breviarum ab urbe condita, written after 367, says that Aurelian had retreated his troops from Dacia. In my opinion Eutropius lies, as he wrote this book at Valens’ request, who died in 378. After this event the important process of the falsification of the Getic history and culture begins, and is led by the Great Son of Satan – Ambrosius, and Eutropius’s „adjustment” seems to agree to this general tendency. But maybe he was not the one who intended to lie to us, it might be the „fault” of a zealous Judeo-Christian copywriter, who served the Satanist lie faithfully and modified the events here and there, wherever he thought it might have been neccessary to.
    There is also another argument which contradicts the informations in Eutropiu’s writing. Aurelian recreated the Roman empire with his own sword, as the great Arimin emperor Septimius Severus had left it, but Pannonia and Dacia were missing, as according to Sextus Victor, were lost by Gallienus. But in 260 Regalianus proclaimed himself the commander of dage balo of the Getae and so remained till 272, when his wife still issues coins at Carnuntum (in the western part of Pannonia) – one of the biggest cult centres of Sarmis/Mitra (known by the Latins also as Sol Invictus). Nobody mentions that Aurelianus might have been the one who regained these provinces, although he could have done it (it was in his power), excepting Eutropius’ lie, stating that the emperor had left them, he, the one who recreated the Roman empire by sword! Again, anyone can see these can be only lies…
    But the dynasty of the Amals who ruled the Getic-Gothic kingdom from the eastern side of the Carpathians, and fought fierceful battles in 250, pushed the border between Getia and the Roman Empire again on the Ister, as it was around 90. In 271 Aurelian, the emperor, celebrates his triumph against the Goths, and the „Scythian people” (in fact all nations inhabiting the territories from the northern side of the Danube and Pont, hard to be identified only by dumb or malevolent ones, who generically called them „the Scythians”), even those from beyond the Pyretus/Prut (till Tanais/Don), sent messengers to him. The fact that Aurelian did not reconquest these teritories shows that between the Getae who inhabited the northern territories of Ister and those who ruled the Roman empire there was an agreement, an oath of allegiance and a support, as these people made up most of the Roman army and they were also much more numerous on the northern side of Ister. Aurelian understood that it was not the sword of submission which would bring peace and collaboration with the free Getae (his own people), but the respect and understanding based on the common interests to control the Romans there, in their very home, as well as possible.
    Tacitus Marcus Claudius follows Aurelian to the throne and comes from a very well known senatorial family. He is proclaimed emperor by the Senate of Rome. He does not keep his position for more than 11 months as he dies – maybe assassinated – in 276, during a campaign against the Goths who invaded Asia Minor.
    Probus (276-282), the son of a soldier from Sirmium, of Getic origin, was proclaimed emperor by the eastern troops when Tacitus dies. He continued the politics of pacification of the reconquested territories, formerly started by Aurelianus, and rejected the invasions of the migratory people from Rhine and the Danube. He also overlived the usurpations of Saturninus and Bononus which he repressed with no pity. In 281 this Getic emperor split Italy into two administrative units, practically putting an end to the republic and to the power of Rome as a state.
    The transformation process of the Republic of Rome in an empire of nations was started by the Arimin born in Thrace, Septimius Severus, who, by founding the Council of the Prince cut the Roman Senate down to a powerless institution. His son Caracalla, with his Antoninian Constitution, promulgated in 212, turns the priviledge of being a citizen of Rome into a civil right accessible to any free citizen of the empire. Rome shares the same status of other cities, and Italy becomes just a province, similar to all those territorries forming the rest of the vast empire!


a text by Constantin Olariu Arimin