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!
Juridically, as well as historically, the Roman empire does no longer exist, if we want to be blunt about the truth and not to rascally invent historical events. Gallienus tries to recover some of the old privileges for the Senate of Rome and the Latin traditions, but Aurelian prevents him from succeeding, while Probus, who splits Italy in two and moves the capital to Sirmium, practically dissolves the Roman empire of Latin origin and replaces it with a power structure of Getic origin. Historically, Gallienus was the last Roman emperor who ruled the Roman Empire of Latin origin and, after him, only emperors of an Arimin or Getic origin will reign till 383. Probus managed to keep the fiscal system under control, but he created a lot of displeasure and that was the reason why he was assassinated in Sirmium by his soldiers who were preparing to start a campaign against the Persians.
Carus (282-283), of Gaul origin, is proclaimed emperor by the troops he commanded and appoints his sons Carinus and Numerianus co emperors. He dies in Mesopotamia, in August 283 under dubious circumstances, after he takes Ctesifon from the Persians. His son Numerianus is also assassinated in the Orient while Carinus is killed by his own soldiers in 284, after they defeated Diocletian, who had been proclaimed emperor by his Arimin troops from Moesia. Docletian was the commander of Numerianus’ personal guard.
Diocletian Caius Aurelius Valerius, known by his Getic name as Dio Clet (holy land) was born around 240 in a poor Getic family from Dalmatia and dies in 316. He starts as a soldier and then becomes Numerianus’ chief of the guard. After Numerianus’ death he is proclaimed emperor by the troops in the Orient on the 17-th of September 284. After the death of Carinus and the battle of Magnus in the spring of 285, as the only emperor, he appoints his brother in arms, Maximian, Caesar, in 285, then Augustus, in 286, assigning the defense of the occident to him. On the first of March 293 Diocletian institutes the tetrarchy as a new form of administration of the Roman empire of Getic origin. Four emperors will unite in a kind of a college, in order to resolve military and governing issues more efficiently. The capital is established in Nicomedia, on the Black Sea shore belonging to the Thracian Bitinia. Galerius, the Getic Caesar was a subordinate to Diocletian and, from Sirmium, and from Romula, on the left bank of the Ister, governed Macedonia, Greece, Getia and Illyria. Maximin administers from Mediolanum/Milan, Italy and Afrca, while Constantinus Chlorus of Trier supervises Galia, Spain and Britannia. Diocletian’s daughters marry Maximian and Galerius, and Maximin’s daughter marries Constantinus Chlorus, all these aiming to the reinforcement of the collective ruling and unity of action in the empire. In 297 Diocletian represses the usurpation of Domitius Domitianus and Egypt’s secession where he was a governor. This is the last time Rome tried to show its arrogance and this came as a reaction to the fact that the Roman empire had been a pure “Getic business” for long years, the fierce Ausons fighting on all roads, but which no longer led to Rome! In 297 and 298 he fights more wars on the Sassanid empire establishing the border on Tigris, the maximum expansion point of the empire in the Orient.
On the first of May 305, in order to impose the new ruling system of the empire, Both Diocletian and Maximian abdicate, and become private persons, retiring to the palace in Salona.
Maximian, was born in a family of Getic peasants living in the vicinity of Sirmium. During the second tetrarchy and the civil wars (306-311), Diocletian refuses to put the imperial purple on and intervenes in politics just once, as a participant to the meeting which took place at Carnuntum in November 308. The meeting had as the main purpose the reconsolidation of the new form of government. Maximian proclaims himself Augustus, in 307, after him,his son, Maxentius, becomes an emperor of Rome, in 306. But he withdraws; then proclaims himself emperor again at Arles, Galia and gets in conflict with Constantine the Great who defeats him in 310 and forces him to commit suicide.
The comprehensive program of reforms imposed by Diocletian follows the fundamental transformation of the Roman Empire, from an empire of a fortress to an empire of the people composing it. He continued, systematized and institutionalized the measures of the emperor Septimius Severus, who wanted to take the leaders of the empire out from the nasty sink called the Senate of Rome. But these reforms, which totally changed the organization and administration of the Empire will be continued by Constantine the Great who will give a final shape to the new empire, ruled by an absolute monarchy by divine right, as Augustus himself had planned when he founded the principality.
Italy is assimilated to an ordinary province, while the old Roman oligarchy loses all hopes to ever recover the former privileges from the whimsical Arimin emperors. But the Romans underwent a process of transformation; their arrogance and naughtiness turned into patience and slyness, features needed to defeat the proud groups of the Ausons. After about 100 years, their patience is finally rewarded, but the reward is bitter and poisonous, as is called Judeo-Christianity.
Arimin cities Nicomedia, Antiohia, Thessaloniki /Tesalonic, Sirmium undergo massive edilitary actions while in the western part of the empire one could notice the development of Mediolanum and Augusta Treverorum (Trier). Dobrogea is separated from the Inferior Moesia and turned into Scythia province, with Tomis as capital. The Getic religion, Ariminism/Ariminianity or Mitraism (as the occidental activists in charge with the cultural issues would call it), or Arianism (as the Judeo-Christian Satanist bums would call it), enforces the privilege it was enjoying, that of the official religion of the emperors and main cult in the empire. As the Judeo-Christians were boasting with their revelations and their Mosaic aping, Diocletian calms them down with four edicts in 304-306, after these criminals and scumbags tried to assassinate him on the 23-rd of February 303.
Dionysius the Scythian (460-556), of Getic origin, born in Dobrogea and settled in Rome, one of the most important learned men of the early feudalism, accused the Judeo-Christians in 530, of sustaining that the “Christian era” began in the first year of Diocletian’s reign (284) – in fact, one of their fiercest oppressors. His affirmation is astonishing, as it proves the historical truth we have fiercely been denying. When the capital of the Roman empire was established in Niceea, in the middle of the Thracian territories, Diocletian changed the critical moment of counting the time, established by Julius Caesar, in order to show that his empire had nothing to do with the former Roman empire anymore, being an new empire created by the Arimin people: the Getae, the Illyri, the Thracians, the Bessi, the Macedonians, etc.
Carausius, of a Celtic origin, proclaims himself Augustus in 287 and seizes Britannia and the north of Galia. Recognized by Diocletian, as a member of the tetrarchy, he finds himself in an open conflict with Constantine Chlorus and he is assassinated in 294 by Allectus. The latest, usurper in 296, after the assassination of Carausius (in 294), became the master of Britannia, but he is defeated by the troops of Constantine Chlorus in 296 and this is how the 10 years of independence of the kindom ends.
Constantine Chlorus, born in a poor family from Illyricum, of Getic origin, a relative of the former emperor Claudius the Goth, starts as a common soldier in the army, and will be appointed Caesar on the 11-th of March 293 by Maximianus. He governs Galia, Spain and Britannia. During the second tetrarchy he is appointed Augustus of the Occident, in May 305 and dies in306 at Elboracum-York (in Britannia).
Galerius was born in a family of Getic peasants near Serdica-Sofia. Since early adulthood he wields the sword and becomes a well known soldier during the reign of Aurelius and Probus. During the first tetrarchy on the first of March 293 is proclaimed Caesar by Diocletian and will govern the Danubian provinces. He builds a palace with a large courtyard on the left bank of Ister, in Romula. The palace is known by the Romanians under the name of “the courtyards of Ler, the emperor”, and its ruins could be seen even today. During the second tetrarchy which begins on the first of May 305, he consolidates his power by appointing Flavius Severus Augustus in the Occident, and his nephew, Maximinus Daia (or Dara) as Caesar. He will die in 311, when the tetrarchy ends.
Severus Flavius, a soldier of Getic origin, Galeriu’s favorite, ruled over Pannonia, Italy and a part of Africa. When Constantinus Clorus died Severus Flavius is proclaimed August of the Occident in July 306, but his harsh fiscal policy does not bring the admiration of his soldiers who proclaim Maxentius, Maximian’s son, emperor, in October 306. Severus Flavius is taken prisoner by Maxentius and commits suicide in 307.
Maximinus Daia, born, as his uncle, in a family of Getic peasants is known to be a skillful master of sharp and contusive objects, that being the reason why he is appointed governor of Egypt, as part of the tetrarchy. In 305 he is appointed Caesar by Galeriu and, when this dies, in 311, he conquers the whole Orient, to the shores of the Black Sea. In the military conflict against Licinius, Maximinus Daia is defeated in the battle of Adrianopol in April 313 and dies during the summer in Tarsus city from Asia Minor.
Contantine the Great, born in 280 at Naissus/Nis – in Moesia, of Getic origin, son of Constantius Chlorus, is proclaimed emperor on the 25-th of April 306 by the army of Britannia he commanded, expanding his authority over Galia, being accepted by Galerius as Caesar in the tetrarchy initiated by Diocletian. During the meeting at Carnutum, Pannonia, of November 308, Constantine is officially recognized as Caesar in the West, whereas Maxentius, who, in October 306, proclaimed himself emperor of Italy, Spain and Africa, is declared usurper. Together with Licinius – the new Augustus of the Occident – Constantine occupies Spain in 310 and then penetrates Italy, where, he defeats Maxentius in the battles of Turin, Verona and the one fought near Rome in 312 in which Maxentius is killed. In 308 Domitius Alexander, originating in Panonia, vicar/governor of Egypt, proclaims himself emperor but he is killed three years later by Mexentius’ troops. In February 313, according to the lying Judeo-Christians, after the meeting between Constantine and Licinus these promulgated an edict, that nobody could ever find, which proclaimed Judeo-Christianity the official religion of the empire – which is a blatant lie. This would be impossible to believe, as Judeo-Christianity could only have been a public cult (before being a private cult, totally banned from manifesting itself publicly) as neither the population nor the emperors had adopted it, the official cult being that of the Getae – the Arimin Christianity or the Mitraism. In the meantime the dissensions between Licinius and Constantine become more and more important, this leading to a first confrontation in 316 which ends almost peacefully, but compromisingly; the civil war starts again in 324, Licinus being defeated in two important battles in Asia Minor, captured and executed in September, the following year, at Thessaloniki.
In the battles he fought in the Orient against Licinius (his brother in law), the emperor Constantine was supported by the Amal empire of the Getae from the north of Ister, with an army of 40,000 Getic and Gothic soldiers, as Iordanes writes in Getica, chapter 112. In return, Constantine maintained the status of imperial allies the Getae and the Goths were given to by Aurelian in his Oath of allegiance 54 years before.
Judeo-Christian rascals created a little story to ‘match’ these events too. They say that the emperor Constantine defeated Licinius only because the night before the battle a cross appeared in the sky and that cross was put on the flags and the shields of the soldiers to win the battle, under Yahwe’s guidance. The lie is obvious, being a late fabrication, as the soldiers of Boero Bisto written about on the lead plate no 38 had already had the cross on their shields, and so had the Getic fighters that can be seen on the Trajan’s column. This is surely the truth regarding the facts that happened in 324 when the last battle against Licinius took place. So, history proves that there were not the Judeo-Christians and the pagans who confronted in the battles, but the Goths and the Getae from the Amal empire who followed the true religion of the cross, and the sacred symbol was also present on the shields of the soldiers from Orient who supported Licinius (as this religion was widely spread in the empire).
Around 325, Constantin reforms the Senate and enlarges it to over two thousand members including almost all the knights of the Equestrian Order. They were obliged to swear allegiance to the emperor who had the right to transmit his power prerogatives to his male offspring. Senators lost their power against the emperor and became feudal nobility, who will never cease, being suspicious and cast an evil eye on the king or on the emperor. While the Romans and the Italics barely accepted this “barbarian” invasion in the power structure of the state, the Greeks waited patiently and, after the capital was established at Constantinople, they rushed in the State, occupying the majority of the public functions, imposing also the Judeo-Christian cult, which they adopted much later than the Romans, as being lovers of Gnosticism.
In 326 Crispus is executed at the order of Constantine, his father, as result of a palace conspiracy. He continues Diocletian’s reforms and turns the Roman empire of Getic origin into an absolute monarchy of divine right. The empire is split into four prefectures: the Orient, Illyricum, Italy and Gallia. In 328 a bridge over the Danube is inaugurated at Sucidava. This shows that the territories at the north of the river were of great importance in the empire’s destiny, as well as for the status of the empire of the Amals (in the northern side of Ister-Danube).
Licinus is proclaimed emperor in 308, being a Galeriu’s favorite. He was born in a poor family of Getic origin near Sirmium. After Galeriu’s death in 311 he adiministrates the provinces in the northern and the southern part of the Danube to the Black Sea shores in Bosphorus. In 312 he gets near Constantine the Great and marries his sister, Constantia. Triumphant in the war against Daia, Licinius becomes the master of the whole orient. In 316 the first Civil War against Constantine the Great is fought, which ends in a compromised peace but it will burst again in 324, when, after two lost battles he is caught and executed in Thessaloniki in 325.
In 332 Constantine the Great rejects an invasion of the Goths and the Taifals and reaches an alliance agreement – foedus – also mentioned by Iordanes in Getica. If Constantine reached this agreement with the Goths and the Getae, these people were by no means some rabbits invading from the other side of the Danube to crunch whatever they could find to eat, but well armed troops, trained in battles, who imposed themselves even on the Arimin royalties with their courage and tenacity, even if these did not seem to mind them very much or to pay them (those times many emperors of the Roman empire used to pay the invaders in order to calm them down).
Arius or Areios was a theologist and died in 336. He was born in the North of Africa, and was of Libian origin. He converts to Judeo-Christianity but he understands the ugliness of the cult and tries to reform it with new theological formulations which had nothing to do with Mosaism. The Rulers of the cult could not accept any deviation from the Satanist writings, so the darer was excommunicated by the bishop of Alexandria, Alexandros, for his religious ideas. His theses (Arianism) are condemned by the Concilium of Niceea in 325 and he is exiled, but rehabilitated in 327 and condemned again, then rehabilitated again in 335, after the Concilium in Jerusalem, and dies the next year.
The Concilium of Constantinople in 381, condemns the Arianism and calls it a heresy but, in fact, this was the background for the prohibition of the Arimin Christianity, or Ariminism (the official religion of the Roman empire of Getic origin) and so, the religion of the Getae is prohibited all over the empire. Although the Judeo-Christians naughtily accuse and lie about the Arian heresy (which in fact represented nothing in the religious reality of the empire), through this trick they pulled the true official cult of the Roman empire of Getic origin, the cult of Arimin Christianity, out of the European and world culture and history. We can see that the term “Arimin” has mainly an ethnical meaning, that of an offspring of the forefather Arimin, while “Arian” is the one who follows the Judeo-Christian heresy, both terms being though very close phonetically speaking. The lie went on well and the whole history was built up on this horrible lie, thought and planned by the Judeo-Satanist rascals who shamelessly called themselves Christians, after having stolen the Getic cult and the power in the Roman Empire of Getic origin.
The fiercest beast who kept barking against the Arimin Christianity (which the Occidental illiterate activists still call Arianism) in the Roman empire was Athanasius (295-373), bishop of Alexandria (328-373), exiled in 335-337 by Constantine the Great, in 339-346 and 356-362 by Constantius the II-nd, in 362-363 by Julian the Apostate and in 365-366 by Valens. Similarly, the Bolshevik Khazars did the same after they had got the power in the Russian empire, being imposed by the German armies and their money, but also by the Zionist mafia. These scumbags called all traitors either martyrs, heroes or fighters for the (so called) good of the universal revolution and the benefit of most people, even if nobody had asked them to break their bones for the benefit of others.
Constans Flavius Julius, born in 326 and proclaimed emperor in 337 was the son of Constantine the Great. At is father’s death he receives the power to rule over Italy, Illyricum and Africa. His brother’s Constantine the II-nd (who was governing Gallia, Spain and Britannia) attempts to guardianship him and the invasion of Italy by his troops start a war which will end at Aquileia in April 340 where the invader is defeated and killed. Because of his harsh fiscal policy the army proclaims Magnentius emperor. Constans tries to flee to Spain but he is caught by the usurper’s troops and killed near the Pyrenees in 350.
Constantius Flavius Julius was born in 317 and was the son of Constantine the Great. In 337, at his father’s death, he is proclaimed Augustus, together with his other two brothers Constans and Constantine II, being entrusted the provinces Orient, Egypt and Thrace. After Magnentius’usurpation and Constans’death in 350, he organizes a campaign against Magnentius and defeats him in the battle of Mursa in 351 and Mons Seleuci in 353, remaining the only master of the empire. He dies at Tarsus on the third of November 361. He moves the capital of the empire from Constantinople to Sirmium in 351, inside the territories of the Auson Getae, an event which has never been mentioned by “conventional” history.
In order to prove the Getic identity of the Roman empire is important to mention the fact that on the Arch of Triumph raised by Constantine the Great in Rome between 312-313, in order to show who the masters of the world really were, there are two statues representing the Getae on the superior parts at the corners, on both sides. Three meters tall, these statues represented the proud Getae, stately, respectable, scanning the horizon, unlike the present-day Romanians, all knelt down and enslaved. There was no greater defiance of the Roman former glory. Trajan, after defeating the Getae, had a column built with him on top of it, to memorize the great moment. The Romans had never thought of the boomerang effect of history. On the Arch of Triumph, built in Constantinople by the emperor Constantine, one can see the solar chariot pulled by four hot tempered horses, an image identical to that than can be found on the Getic sacred icons and specific only to the religion of this people, pulled out of history by the three damned nations (the Greeks, the Ivrits and the Italics)!
In the writings of the Getic Christianity (Ariminism), we find out about the Son of the Light, Sarmis/Mitra (meaning the bearer of the cap – traditional Arimaspian/Getic bonnet) who drives a chariot pulled by four strong horses in the sky. The religion of Yahwe has no such symbols, as is a religion of darkness and dark conspiracies. The archaeological diggings in Rome revealed 137 statues representing Getae, the biggest number of statues after those representing the Romans; the statues were by no means cheap at those times, they were ordered by the State or by private persons with public functions who paid a great deal of money for them. They were by no means meant to ensure protection from ghosts, or to bring joy and happiness in the Romans’ lives, but to remember them about the magnificent people of the Getae.
Galeriu, the builder of the Arch of Triumph from Thessaloniki, praised the Getic armies with their famous flags (and not the Roman armies), which he engraved on. This historical reality (proved by archaeology too) is carefully avoided by the Romanian, as well by the Western historiography, because it does not fit with the forgeries made in the XIX-th century.
The Latin historian Ammianus Marcellinus (330-395) in his Res Gestae in his XVI-th chapter, 10, 7 writes about the entry of Constantinus’ army in Rome in 353, after he had defeated Magnentius: “covered in purple cloaks they gathered around the Dracones, tied to the golden tops and the shiny stones of their spears, blown by a strong wind and thus whizzing as if stirred by their anger, ample tails fluttering in the wind”. The text describes the Getic armies and their whizzing dragon flags, and not Traian’s acquillas – who, at a certain time in history, defeated their ancestors!
Lactantius (260-325), a Judeo-Christian apologist and an enemy of the Getae and the Arimin Christianity, writes in his De mortibus persecutorum at 27,8 the following about Galerius, the emperor: “ hostem se Romani nominis erat professus, cuius titulum immutari volebat, ut non Romanum imperium, sed Daciscum cognominaretur”. That would mean “enemy of the Roman name, publicly declared that he would erase by his own will, suddenly, the name of this country and turn the Roman empire into the Dacian empire”. The fragment explicitly states that the Getic emperor changed the name of the Roman empire into the Dacian empire, but I do not think the history counterfeiters would simply give up to this truth. The manuscript I am referring is a copy and dates back in the XI-th century and it is my personal opinion it was a little bit “adjusted”, that is counterfeited, as it should logically have contained further information on this. This the precisely the way defeaters always write history, modifying this and that, the essential parts, in order to erase any merits of the defeated! This information should be correlated to the one provided by the the Getic prelate settled in Rome, Dionysius Exiguus, who scored the Judeo-Christians for having started the counting of their dark era with the first year of Diocletian’s reign. This moved the capital of the empire to Nicomedia, thus breaking the ties to the tradition and history of Rome and Italy, a story which no activist historian of the Occident will ever accept as a historical truth!
Galeriu is proclaimed emperor after the abdication of Diocletian, in 305, and declares himself an enemy of the Roman empire, wishing its name to be changed into the Dacian empire (“ut non Romanum imperium, sed dacicum cognominaretur”), and the previous affirmations in the text written by Lactantius are correct, but not considered as such by the strong headed historians, no matter if of Romanian or foreign origin.
A public admittance of these truths would certainly blow up the whole European culture and its falsities taken as the one and only historical truth! Galeriu moved the capital of the Getic/Dacian empire from Sirmium – Tribalia (Mitrovita – Serbia) to Thessaloniki, in the Arimin region from Macedonia (Macedo-Rumunians), where he had an Arch of Triumph built, an arch on which we can see the Getic armies and their famous dragon-flag. But even after the partial conquest of Getia by the Romans, lots of Getae were forced into legions to fight for the fame and the greed of the Romans.
Arian Flavius (95-175) originating from Nicomedia, a town in the Thracian Bithynia, became a Roman citizen in 124 and then an officer of the Roman army, then a governor of Capadocia. In his work, The Art of Military Tactics he tells about the Roman riders that: ”they advance under different flags not only Roman, but also Scythian, in order for the incursions to have various faces and be even more scary. The Scythian flags embody dragons of proportional sizes compared to the poles they were tied to. They were made of cloths of different colors, sewn together. These dragons looked like serpents from head to tail. These sly tricks were especially made to make the dragons look even more frightening. When the horses stay, one can only see hanging cloths of different colors. But when the horses move, these dragons are blown by the air, making them look real and one can even hear them whizzing against the wind. These flags not only please the eye and are stunning, but they also make a difference among the fighters, not to mistake them”. The text clearly proves that the Getae, or the “Scythians” – as the author calls them, were an important part in the army of the Roman empire starting with the very middle of the II-nd century, when they were massively enrolled as soldiers, and the flags described by Arian are the flags of our ancestors, history does not want to tell the truth about yet.
The entry of Constantius II in Rome in 353, with armies made up only of Getae, as Ammianus Marcellinus specifies in the work mentioned above, proves that they ruled the Roman Empire at that time, even if historians prefer rather to cut their own tongue than recognizing such a reality. So, not only the Getae did not disappear as a nation, as the specialists in historical forgeries use to claim, but since the mid-second century they were a very important ethnic group in the Roman army, becoming of a majority and leading force in time. Because of the increasing number of Getic soldiers in the Roman legions (in 193, 87 years had passed since the partial occupation of their own country by the Romans), they have proclaimed their own emperor in Pannonia – Septimius Severus – and went with him up to Rome, where he was installed as ruler of the Roman Empire. The wheel of the history turned, and the ferocious troops of Ausons, who did not care about the Roman fame (as Ovid, the poet wrote when he was banished to Tomis – today Constanţa), reached the heart of the empire, in order to show the bravery of their nation. During the II-nd and III-rd century many military units made up of Dacians (a name used for a specific branch of the Getae), Getae or Bessi are mentioned in ancient texts: Aelia I Ulpia Dacorum, the I cohort Ulpia Dacorum, the I cohort Aelia Dacorum milliaria, the II cohort Augusta Dacorum milliaria equitats, the II cohort Aurelia Dacorum, Gemana Dacorum milliaria, the II cohort Flavia Bessorum, but these are just the ones which escaped from the falling into oblivion and from the wrath of time, because in fact their number was much higher.
Julian the Apostate was born in 331 in Constantinople, as the son of Julius Constantius – Constantine the Great’ half brother. On November 6, 355 he is designated Caesar by the Emperor Constantius II, to administer the Western provinces. In February 360 the troops proclaim him emperor at Lutetia – Paris. After the death of Constantius II (in Tarsus, on November 3, 361), occurred on his way to the West, so as to call Julian to account for the riot, the latter remains the only emperor. Wounded in the battle of Maranga on the Tigris River, during the war with the Sassanids, Julian dies a few days later on June 26, 363.
Jovian (born in 331 at Singidunum in Moesia) become the new emperor on June 27, 363 subsequent to the death of Julian the Apostate; after he negotiated the peace with the Sassanids, dies on his way to Constantinople on February 17, 364.
Valentinianus I or Valentinian is born on Cibalae – Pannonia, in the modest family of a Getic officer. Proclaimed emperor by the Danubian troops, after the death of Jovian in 364, he appointed his brother Valens as co-emperor, entrusting him with the government of the Orient. From Trier he was supposed to reign over the West, being constantly concerned to increase the administration efficiency and to strengthen the defence power of the army; he dies in 375, in the same city he had come into being.
Valens, born in 324 on Cibalae – Pannonia, in the family of a simple officer, was of Getic origin. He distinguishes himself through bravery and courage, becoming emperor of the Orient in the same time with his brother Valentinianus or Valentinian I, who was governing the West. He carries on a severe policy against the Greek oligarchy and against the Judeo-Christian clergy, as they were more and more visible aiming to take hold of the power of the Empire and to seize it for their clique. He repress Procopius’ usurpation in 365-366 (supported by the Greek mob from Constantinople) and makes running tests with the Judeo-Christian Satanist clergy, who used to stumble too often in their surplices and in other harmful sins came from earthly outbursts. In 376 the Huns were attacking the Amal’s Empire; Athanaric builds rammed-earth walls to the East, in order to stop the migratory people and because he is not succesfull in this action, he takes refuge in the Carpathian realm – Caucalandensem (meaning we also had a Caucasus on the Ister, as some of the Greeks used to say, but the old ones, because those who were living during emperor’s reign were concerned mainly with base actions). Fritigern takes refuge with some of the Goths in Scythia Minor. Valens, the emperor, offers a good reception to the Goths and accepts their establishment on the southern side of the Danube/Ister, as a result of the invasion of the Huns’ hordes and of other people brought by them. Beeing subjected to imperial authorities’ havoc, the Goths revolt and in Adrianople battle in August 9, 378 the Roman armies led by Valens are defeated and the emperor dies on the battlefield.
This is the critical moment when the Ambrosius the Dark and his satanic clique decided to seize the power of the Roman Empire, because the Getae did not have any more an emperor of their own leading the empire, because Gratian was just a child completely controlled at Mediolanum by the plotters’ faction from Rome and because Getia (and Pannonia), as the main source for soldiers, was under the pressure of Huns’ hordes.
In his Res Gestae, Ammianus Marcellinus writes at 30.10.2 that in the year 378 the bridge built by Constantine the Great over the Ister has been destroyed by the Romans at Valens’ death, because they were afraid of the Getae and of other inopportune intruders eager for power and wealth. In the same year the Getae are removed from the leadership of the Roman Empire and isolated on the northern side of the Ister. But the coup d’état orchestrated by Ambrosius and his clique of Judeo-Satanists will cost the Roman Empire huge amounts of money, which will be paid for over 70 years to the Huns, in order to stay calm and not trespass the Ister border, thus preventing them from pillaging!
Gratian has borned in 359 at Sirmium, as the older son of the general Valentinianus (of Getic origin) in Panonnia. The title of Augustus will be offered to him by his father in 367 (become emperor in 364) and on whose death (supervened in 375), he become emperor of the West, at the age of 16 years. Gratian was a puppet in the hands of Ambrosius, the head of the Judeo-Christian serpent-colony in Mediolanum (Milan), the capital of the Western Roman Empire. Through the occult power structures disseminated by him in the imperial institutions, the bishop exerted an absolute control over any decisions of the child-emperor. Although the Judeo-Chretian villains lie like hell, telling that Gratian regularly was somersaulting for Judeo-satanic beliefs, surprisingly he appears on coins wearing on his head the Arimaspian ribbon with the clear-sighted gem on the forehead (specific to the Getae’ priests), instead of the 5-cornered star the Judeo-Christians used to have at first!
At the death (on August 9, 378) of his uncle Valens (who was ruling the Danubian provinces and the eastern part of the empire) Gratian, under Ambrosius’ guidance, appoints the Hispanian Theodosius I to govern these territories in January 19, 379. On February 28, 380 Judeo-Christianity is enforced as compulsory religion for all inhabitans of the Roman Empire and the Getae’ religion (wide spread throughout the empire and the main source for the Judeo-Christianity writings) – Arimin Christianity/Ariminism (over which was superposed the term of Arianism and presented as such to the whole world) – is forbidden at the beginning of the year 381.
Both the Greeks and the Romans “worked” very hard to impose Yahweh’s satanic cult in the Roman Empire and after 380, all the state functions were assumed by the Judeo-Christian poisonous sludge, same as the Khazar Bolsheviks and the other rascals did in Russia after 1917 or on our lands after 1945. Hence came the fall of the Roman Empire of Getic origin. Gratian was assassinated at Lugdunum/Lyon on the 25th of August 383. His murder is bound to be linked to the title of Pontifex Maximus, meaning high priest of all the cults recognized in the Roman Empire and implicitly Ambrose’s superior, which was a title associated with the Imperial office. After Gratian’s death, the new emperor Theodosius wasn’t assigned the title of Pontifex Maximus anymore. This office was dissolved, but all its prerogatives, along with some new ones, passed to the Bishop of Mediolanum, Ambrose the Dark; later, when the capital was once again changed to Rome, in the old vipers’ nest, the bishop of the city will be the all-powerful ruler, carrying the title of Pope.
Theodosius I was born in Spain in 347 to senior military officer Theodosius; he became emperor on the 19th of January 379 by Gratian’s appointment. He died in Mediolanum on the 17th of January 395. In 371, general Theodosius was involved in a plot to assassinate the emperor Valentinian I, Gratian’s father; as a result, he was sentenced to death and his son was expelled from the army and forced to return to his homeland. For any rational mind, this appointment of Theodosius seems illogical if we don’t consider its political purpose, manoeuvred by the Bishop of Mediolanum, the Great Dark Satanist Ambrose, from whom he received the dominion over the eastern provinces of the empire. His appointment was conditioned by the conversion to Judeo-Christianity and the emperor’s renouncement to “Arianism”, as the Satanists used to call the Getic religion, a cult practiced by the greatest majority of the population inhabiting the empire; another condition was the promulgation of Yahweh’s cult as an official religion of the empire. The edict issued by Gratian on the 28th of February 380 and signed by Theodosius established Judeo-Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire and in 381 the Getic religion called Arianism by the Hebrew rascals was interdicted. Theodosius led a policy of exclusion of the Getae, along with the other peoples, from the structures of the state apparatus and mostly from the army, passing the administrative bureaucracy into hands of the Greeks. To prevent any resistance of the Getic soldiers against the interdiction of “Arianism” in the empire, he replaced them with Athanaric’s Ostrogoths, through a treaty – foedus – concluded in 382, which established them as federates in the diocese of Thrace, located between the Danube and the Balkans. In Getica, paragraph 145, Jordanes says: “Following Athanaric’s death, his whole army entered to the service of the Emperor Theodosius and submitted to the Roman rule, uniting with the imperial soldiery. The former service of the Allies under the Emperor Constantine was now renewed and they were once again called Allies.” Athanaric, who succeeded Fritigern to the Goths’ leadership, died in 383, by all accounts aided by the “skillful” Greeks, and the leaderless Gothic troops were used for 18 years by the Roman emperors from Constantinople, until Alaric the Goth lost his temper and conducted the sack of Rome.
In an edict issued on the 24th of February 391, Theodosius interdicted the bringing of offerings to the temples; in November, he made an addition to this edict, interdicting all the cults in the Roman Empire so that Judeo-Christianity remained the only religion. That is what I would call an infamy! Goaded by the vile followers of Yahweh, Trajan the Iberian issued the edict from 112 which interdicted the Getic religion, their greatest trouble, in the Roman Empire. In the spring of 381, the Judeo-Chretian priestly rabble, gathered all as pure as driven snow at the Council of Constantinople, interdicted the same religion – Ariminism – in the Roman Empire, calling it Arianism; this is the second historical confrontation with the Mosaic Satanism which both the Greeks and the Italics warmly embraced interestedly!
Following the assassination of Valentinian II in 392, Flavius Eugenius was proclaimed the new emperor. He sought to annihilate Judeo-Christianity in the Western Roman Empire, but Theodosius defeated him in the battle of the Frigidus in September 394. He died in January 395 and the empire was divided between his sons, Arcadius, who will be given the Orient and Honorius, who will receive the West.
Valentinian II, son of the emperor Valentinian I and Gratian’s younger brother, was born in 371 and was proclaimed emperor at Aquincum on the 22nd of November 375 by the legions of Illyricum, that were under his older brother’s rule. Following the death of Gratian and of the usurper Maximus in 388, he became the ruler of the Western provinces, while Theodosius governed over the Oriental provinces. However, the actual rulers were his mother Justina and the bishop Ambrose of Mediolanum, where the empire’s capital used to be. Valentinian II was assassinated by general Arbogast’s order on the 15th of May 392. His death put an end to the Getic dynasty ruling over the Roman Empire. In the Eastern Roman Empire the Getae were replaced with a branch of the Goths known as Ostrogoths, whilst in the Western Roman Empire, the Franks, the Quadi, the Alamans and other Germanic tribes became mercenaries at the service of the Romans; since their relationship was only based on money and not on love for the land, it will have an unpleasant end for both sides when the Huns will appear in the scene, asking the Romans to dance on tiptoes so that they could sleep peacefully at night. This is how the story of Zadig, the one with bags full of silver, emerged. Rome began to resemble an old whore who was enticed by all sorts of vigorous and lusty dogs, not for her degenerate and reprobate charms, but for the riches gathered there in hundreds of years of pillaging and plundering.
When speaking about the Getic emperors who ruled over the Roman Empire for 165 years divided into two periods, historians say that they might have been Illyrians or even Romans, since they came from the province of Illyricum. As we know, this territory of the Roman Empire is four times wider than the ancient land of Illyria, which was indeed inhabited by Illyrians, but the central and northern part of the Roman province of Illyricum, where the imperial capital of Sirmium used to be for a period of time, was inhabited by Getae. Their descendents can still be found nowadays in the land of Kosovo, with the centre at Mitrovica, known as Sirmium in ancient times. I must first specify that all the information we have about Ambrose comes from a biography written at his request by his secretary and meant to remain sacred for the Judeo-Christian posterity and for history.
Ambrosius Aurelius was born in Trier, in a Roman Christian family, between about 337 and 340. His father was the prefect of Gaul, one of the highest dignitaries of the Empire, but his family had its origins in northern Africa and there are elements indicating that they were Hebrews. The imperial prefect was a magistrate of the highest rank who, among other attributions, judged the cases in the absence of the Roman consuls and administered the prefecture finances. The prefects could also occupy military or administrative positions. He had a brother called Satyrus and a sister called Marcellina, who are also venerated as saints by the Roman Catholics. After his father’s early death, Ambrose went with his family to Rome, where he studied literature, law and rhetoric. The praetor of the prefecture of Italy, Anicius Probus, “aided” him in 372 to become a consular prefect, an office which ensured him membership in the Imperial Consistory/Council or the Imperial Chancellery of Mediolanum; in the same year he also became the vicar of the diocese of Mediolanum, which included the provinces Liguria and Emilia; he occupied this position until 374, when he proclaimed himself bishop of Mediolanum, ruling over the Arimin Christians.
The office of “consular prefect” was created by Constantine the Great under the name of ,,magister officiorum”; he was the highest imperial dignitary, a permanent member of the Consistory/Council, head of the imperial chancellery and commander of the palace guards. In the second half of the IVth century, this dignitary becomes the supervisor of the entire imperial administration and by occupying this position, Ambrose was able to control the entire Western Roman Empire after the death of Valentinian I in 375 and also the Eastern Roman Empire after Valens’s death in 378! He will have in addition absolute control over the last emperors of Getic origin, Gratian and Valentinian II.
So that we can understand the coup d’état he launched against the Roman Empire in 380 by imposing Judeo-Christianity as an official religion, which led to the decline of the empire and the disappearance of the Western Roman Empire, we need to go back in time to the reign of Constantine the Great. In 328, he completed turning the empire into a reign of divine order where the emperor was God’s representative on Earth and the rest of the people, including the religious cults, had to obey him. To this effect, he issued an edict known as Constantinization through which the whole empire was divided into 117 provinces, 14 dioceses comprising 2 or several provinces based on their size and economical power and 4 prefectures: Orient, Illyricum, Italy and Gaul. The diocese was ruled by a vicar (substitute in Latin), who was a representative appointed by the emperor to rule in his name and each prefecture was governed by a prefect or praetor, which was the highest public office. The Judeo-Christians who only recognized the ruling of Satan and Old Scratch believed that their time had come and kept climbing on the steps of these administrative structures until they came to control them entirely; this was the case of the Western Roman Empire following the death of Valentinian I in 375, where Ambrose ruled everything in the name of the Old Gentleman! Thus, after 375 the Judeo-Christians became the leading force in the Western Roman Empire by seizing the state institutions to use them for their own interests, just like the Khazar Bolsheviks will do 1537 years later in Mother Russia and Central Europe. All the appointments in the imperial structures were entirely controlled by the Judeo-Christians and their madness will lead to the prohibition of Arimin Christianity in 381, as well as to the fall of the Western Roman Empire shortly after Ambrose’s death in 397. They established coercive measures against all those who opposed to the criminal actions planned by Militia Cristi and some writings preserved over the years prove the disaster swooped upon this part of Europe after the Satanists apprehended power. From the administrative positions they usurped and used against all those who belonged to other cults, but mainly against the Arimin Christians, they became the most acerbic and zealous apostles of the satanic cult emerged from Mosaism and called Judeo-Christianity, which they strived to establish through fire and sword in the entire Roman Empire. Under the rule of Valentinian I, Ambrose came to be “the wire puller” in the Western Roman Empire, managing to appoint trusted men in all the key positions, so that after the emperor’s death he became the rightful ruler!
In the second half of the IVth century, there was a deep conflict in the diocese of Mediolanum between the Judeo-Christians and the Arimin Christians mentioned in the written records of the falsifiers of history as “Arians”. In 374, Auxentius, the bishop of the Arimin Christians or of the Mithraics of Mediolanum, died after having occupied this position for 19 years. This was the moment when Ambrose managed to take over the Arimin Brotherhood, asserting his authority of bishop through fraud and violence, with the definite purpose of destroying the Arimins, just like rabbi Apollo, sent by Philo of Alexandria, did in the Essene location of Qumran in 26 AD. The Arimins disputed this abomination, but Ambrose’s public position as leader of the Imperial Consistory allowed the infamy to go further, since the emperor Valentinian I was gravely ill in Pannonia at Cybalae and his son, Gratian of Mediolanum, was only 15 years old and under the absolute control of Satan’s progeny.
Although he was only a catechumen (non-Christian adult prepared to receive the Judeo-Christian baptism) at the moment, within the space of a week he gathered all the sacred knowledge available and was ordained bishop of Milan over the Brotherhood of the Arimin Christians on the 7th of December 374. Following the death of Valentinian I in 375, Ambrose began to have violent disagreements with Marina Severa, the former emperor’s wife; the empress cherished the ancient Getic religion and she hadn’t tolerated the insult of the Judeo-Chretian villain. In his conflicts with Marina and later with Justina, the mother of Valentinian II and Gratian’s stepmother, Ambrose received Gratian’s support after his appointment as emperor in 375 AD, but the emperor will pay dearly the association with Satan’s progeny and their horde of proselytes.
According to the legend, after he was anointed bishop of the Arimin Christians, he prohibited by fire and sword “the religion of Zamolxis” in Milan. Following his appointment, he sought to improve his theological knowledge by studying with Simplician, a Roman priest, The Old Covenant in Ivrit language; he also studied in Greek the works of Philo of Alexandria, Origen, Athanasius and Basil of Caesarea. This is one more proof that Yahweh’s viper’s nest was above all a mystic organization which sought to seize the power to rule the empire; religion served only as a good excuse for the less intelligent and as a cove for this murderous clan of Satan. From his position, Ambrose managed to handle Gratian like a puppet who blindly obeyed his commands; after his plan to gain power over the entire Roman Empire came to fruition, Ambrose unfazedly made away with Gratian.
To save their church, the Arimin Christians turned to the laic rulers from both empires and later to the emperors Gratian and Valentinian II. Although Ambrose politically controlled the young emperors Gratian and Valentinian II, he still didn’t manage to make them convert to Judeo-Christianity, a fact proven by the coins issued by Gratian and by the writings of the time; the state of affairs in the Eastern Roman Empire was still favourable to the Arimin Christians. The murderous involvement of the Judeo-Christians in the affairs of the Arimin Church prompted the furious protest of the latter addressed to the emperor Gratian in 380; they sought to warn in this manner the emperor about the unlimited power claimed by Ambrose and used in behalf of the Judeo-Christian cult, by virtue of the public offices occupied in the Imperial Council which the Judeo-Christians controlled in its entirety.
Gratian requested from Ambrose a public statement of his faith, which was included in two books called De fide. In these writings, he denies any moral and philosophical value of the Arimin Christianity theology and considers the Jewish writings to be the only rightful sources of the divine truths! Under these circumstances, when the official religion was systematically attacked by Ambrose and his followers, the Arimin bishops Palladius of Ratiaria and Secundianus of Singidunum, aware of the weight the Jewish-Christians occupied in the total number of believers, asked Emperor Gratian to convoke a General Council and invite the bishops from all parts of the empire to attend with the purpose of deciding the official religion. This request seemed reasonable, so Gratian complied without reservations. Knowing that he was at fault and outnumbered, Ambrose feared the consequences, so he used his political power and asked the emperor to invite to the Council only the bishops from the Western Roman Empire. Consequently, Gratian summoned in 381 the Council of Aquileia, which was a church synod attended by thirty-two Judeo-Christian bishops led by Ambrose. The bishop Palladius, aware of the infamy planned by Ambrose, refused to take part in such a dastardly synod and the Satanist conclave decided the relegation of the two bishops who supported the “religion of Zamolxis” and who had made the initial proposition to Emperor Gratian. At this gathering of the dark minds, Ambrose managed to condemn Palladius and his colleague Secundianus, bishop of Singidunum; the council’s decision was put into force in the name of Gratian and Theodosius to relieve the two bishops of their positions and to remove other Arimin threats, such as the presence of the bishop Julius Valens in northern Italy. Under the rule of Gratian, Judeo-Christianity throve for the first time in the Western Roman Empire, making its way towards absolute hegemony; it was simple enough, considering that within the space of approximately 20 years they had seized the entire state apparatus!
These are unequivocal confessions made in the face of history by the Judeo-Satanist leader, reaffirming their opinion that Arimin Christianity, which they called Arianism, was a heresy derived from Judeo-Christianity; 180 years earlier, this had also been Tertullian’s belief, who used the term Mithraism to define the same religion! Conclusively, everything is a lie and a singular theft in the history of the world.
In 383, Ambrose fanatically appealed to Emperor Gratian against the proposal made by the philosopher Symmachus referring to the reinstalment of the statue and altar of goddess Victoria in the Roman curia; he claimed that this was an idolatrous cult, but later on he will fill the houses of worship consecrated to Satan, his master for many years, with all sorts of idols!
In 385, Emperor Valentinian and his mother Justina, along with a great number of churchmen and laymen, mostly soldiers, feeling humiliated by Ambrose’s effrontery, who had confiscated the places of worship of the Arimin Christians in Milan from 374 and had given them to the host of Satanists, asked for the returning of two places of worship to practice the Easter rites. Ambrose refused and was forced to answer for his actions in front of the Imperial Council, subordinated at the time to Valentinian II. He appeared in front of the Council, but since most officials had been appointed by Ambrose, he refused to give up the two places of worship despite the threats that he would be evicted by force; his standing was based on the support and on the commotion of the irresponsible mob instigated by the revelations of the dark ones. The previous information prove without a shadow of doubt the power held by Aurelius Ambrosius in the Roman Empire as head of the Imperial Council and the fact that even the emperors bowed to his evil will!
He sought to replace the empire built by Constantine the Great as a feud of the emperor chosen by divine power with a theocracy where the Pope and his flock of bishops were above all mortals, including the crowned head and they only answered to Satan and Old Scratch! The main purpose of the action initiated by Ambrose and the other dark minds was to remove the Getae from the imperial throne and to replace them with Italics and Greeks. They also sought to prohibit the Arimin Christianity, which was the religion of the Getae, and the writings of this cult, replacing them with the Judeo-Satanist inventions derived from Phariseism and with Yahweh’s poison, which left the priests of this cult of darkness and sheer evil to be the leading force of all society, including the emperors. Thus they became the supreme rulers of the Empire in the name of the Evil one, the only one they were meant to answer to for their deeds!
In 387, Ambrose converts to Judeo-Christianity Augustine (354-430), who will become his most ardent disciple and they will mark together the victory of Judeo-Christianity over Arimin Christianity in the Western Roman Empire. In his work De civitate Dei, finished in 426, Augustine defends Judeo-Christianity against the accusation made by the Arimin Christians and by the other citizens, according to which the Judeo Christians were responsible for the fall of the Roman Empire because they usurped the power and used it for their own ambitions to rule and to sow terror. In 390, the evil Ambrose humiliates the straw man Theodosius I because he had suppressed a revolt of the Thessalonians, killing 7000 rabid rebels and because he didn’t recognize the supremacy of the Church over the laic institution of the emperor. Theodosius I was threatened with excommunication and forced to do public penance! This event also indicates the political power of the Judeo-Satanist mob led by Ambrose, a power which he exercised in both the Western and the Eastern Roman Empire, where Valentinian II and Theodosius were emperors.
Arbogast, a barbarian general of Frank origin who served Rome for many years, received in 385 the office of military commander over the western provinces of the Roman Empire and in 388 he was made chief advisor of the emperor Valentinian II. In 392, Arbogast removed Valentinian II from the throne and proclaimed the rhetor Flavius Eugenius as the new emperor. The latter tried to restore the Getic religion as an official religion of the Western Roman Empire. Yahweh’s nest of vipers, led by Ambrose, began spitting fire and fought against the emperor in the battle of the Frigidus on the 6th of September 394. Defeated by the Satanist armies led by Theodosius I, Eugenius preferred to commit suicide rather than submit to the Yahwists.
Ambrose fought with rabid fury against the Arimin Christians and managed to remove them from history. He used all the means available to obtain the recognition of the Judeo-Christian religion supremacy over all the other cults in the empire and its right to meddle in the public life; he also initiated secret actions so that the brotherhood of the Arimin Christians, the official cult in the empire that was also practiced by the emperor, ceased to receive public subsidies. They were considered a pagan cult, consequently all the properties which constituted the patrimony of this religion were confiscated.
Ambrose died in 397, after having carried through Satan’s plan of imposing Judeo-Christianity as an official religion in the Roman Empire and of removing from history the Getic religion and culture.
Stilicho (365-408), a Vandal general who serviced Rome, was remarked by Theodosius I and became commander of the western troops in 394. Before his death, Theodosius entrusted Stilicho with the guardianship of his son, Honorius, who became emperor of the Western Roman Empire. Stilicho managed to defeat the Visigoths led by Alaric at Pollentia in 402 and at Verona in 403. He also defeated the Ostrogoths led by Radagaisus at Faesulae in 406, but he was assassinated two years later by the emperor’s order as a consequence of the anti-Germanic reaction which had enveloped both the Eastern and the Western Roman Empire. After they did their work with Germanic mercenaries who replaced the Getae in the Roman armies, the Greek and Roman oligarchy banished them before they could begin to covet the imperial purple. Alaric’s Visigoths, allied with Auson troops, returned to “pay a visit” to the Romans in 410 and conquered Rome, which they plundered the same way the Romans used to plunder the territories they conquered. The Visigoths didn’t stay long on Roman lands and left for the south of Gaul, where they made an extended stop and in 415 they occupied Spain, creating a powerful kingdom which would be destroyed by the Arabs in 711. The Hispanic epopee of the Getic legend began with them.
Zeno, a Greek philosopher who lived in the Vth century, occupying important positions in Constantinople, finished in the end of the century his work The new history in six books, which covers the period between the reign of Augustus and the fall of Rome in 410. He blames the Judeo-Christians for destroying the greatness of the Roman civilization and for the fact that the state had been seized by Yahweh’s followers without any calling for administration, justice or army; they were nothing but a bunch of lepers and tykes who lived only by lies, plots and theft of public money.
In 456 was born in Pannonia Theodoric, a descendant of the Amal Getae, who also ruled over the Ostrogoths. In 487, the Ostrogoths led by Thiudimer, Theodoric’s father, left Pannonia with the permission of the Byzantines and settled in Illyricum; shortly after that, their king died and his son was elected to be the new leader. The emperor Zeno called Theodoric to Constantinople, but the Goths asked their king to lead them to new territories which had more riches, because they couldn’t plunder anymore as long as they were subjected to the Byzantine Empire. In 490, Theodoric asked Zeno for permission to go and conquer Italy for the glory of the Byzantine Empire; Jordanes wrote in Getica, paragraph 291: “Send me there with my people. Thus if you but say the word, you may be freed from the burden of expense here, and, if by the Lord’s help I shall conquer, the fame of Your Piety shall be glorious there.” When he built the cathedral of Ravenna, the founder posted his image on the walls and thus we can see how the Getae who founded a kingdom in Italy were dressed; they were true Getae, just like those depicted on Trajan’s column.
Theodoric became king of Italy in 493 and just like the Visigoths, he used the Geto-Gothic language of Ulfilas, as it is shown by the papyrus of Arezzo and Napoli, a calendar and the Ostrogoths’ homilies, which the erudite cardinals Mai and Castiglionoi proved to be one and the same with Codex Argenteus of Ulfilas. Theodoric built several places of worship, among which the famous Sant’ Apollinare Nuovo of Ravenna, where the large mosaics depict the Three Magi, except that they don’t wear Oriental traditional costumes, but they are dressed the same as the Getae noblemen, with a pileus (the traditional Getic cap) on their heads. Behind them, without any connection with the Magi, appear the holy martyrs dressed like Rumunian/Romanian country girls, with long white chemises, petticoats decorated with various motifs and white raw silk head dresses with fringes at the ends.
The cult practiced in this church and in the entire kingdom of Theodoric was Ariminism, meaning the “religion of Zamolxis”, as the patriarch of Constantinople, John Chrysostom, angrily said in 398. Conventional (and convenient) historians say that the church was built by the Getic/Goth king Theodoric the Great (493-526) and he was so “Goth” that he forgot how his relatives looked like and depicted on the icons a people “disappeared” from history for over 400 years –according to the Satanist infamous forgery – images which had no connection with the Jewish invention. The king depicted a historical reality in which he lived, but the Occidental scums and later on, the mioritic/Romanian ones, falsified this history, because it didn’t sit well with their infamous plot. The church built by Theodoric was meant as homage to his people, the Getae, similar to the homage paid by Constantine the Great with the Arch of triumph and the eight statues of Getae placed in the corners!!! Jordanes wrote in paragraph 295 that “It was in the third year after his entrance into Italy, as we have said, that Theodoric, by advice of the Emperor Zeno, laid aside the garb of a private citizen and the dress of his people and assumed a costume with a royal mantle, as he had now become the ruler over both Goths and Romans”.
The photographs of these monuments, dating from the beginnings of feudalism, attest the people who wore these clothes, so this should put an end to the ramblings of all sorts of professional babblers. The clothing of the three Magi can be seen at the Romanian boyars and lords up until the XVIIth century, and the martyrs resemble the women from Oltenia at the beginning of the XXth century; it’s not that we have head problems, but that others have too much talent at lying. As for the dubious “Phrygian cap” – as the devilish German historians called it, the mosaic discovered in Pompeii shows that it was worn by the Get(a) Orpheus from Thrace. We also encounter it in the statue of a Get(a) preserved at the museum of Vatican and worn on the head by the Get(a) holding the flag and by other Getae depicted on Trajan’s column; the cap appears, as well, in the depictions of Mitra (meaning “cap” in Latin), whom the Getae called Sarmis.
As the founder of a people and country, he issued for the sake of good order a Codex Theodorici, a work written with great care based upon the ancient Leges bellagines to make sure that he didn’t forget his homeland and his ancestors, as Romanians seem to do nowadays! This codex forbade the marriages between the Italic natives and the new-comers (settlers-rulers), meaning the Goth peoples from Scandia and the mioritic Getae. As a proof that he hadn’t forgotten the noble Getic origins of the Amal people whom he belonged to, he named his daughter Amalasuntha, he had a sister called Amalafrida and a nephew called Amalric. Since the Judeo-Christians kept grumbling their displeasure, he included in the Codex harsh punishments for the slandering of the Arimin cult, meaning “the religion of Zamolxis”, as called by the above-mentioned patriarch. In 514 he also “unseated from his throne” the leader of the envenomed dark-fellows, pope Symmachus, because he refused to abide by the law of the state. The previously mentioned data prove without a shadow of doubt that Theodoric the Great was a Get(a), despite the fact that Jordanes labeled him a Goth. The kingdoms founded after 410 in the Western Roman Empire in Italy, Gaul, Spain and northern Africa by the Visigoth, Ostrogoth, Vandal, Alani, Suebi, Franc and Alemannic tribes, had as official cult “the religion of Zamolxis” up until the beginning of the VIIth century, when the invaders were assimilated by the native population! This is the history revealed by the records we have from that time and by the archaeological proofs and it doesn’t match at all with the history of Judeo-Christianity and the histories fabricated by venomous falsifiers!
Jordanes wrote Getica in 551 for his friend Castalius. He made a summary of the book De origine actusque Getarum by Flavius Magnus Aurelianus Casiodorus (485-578), who wrote it at the request of Theodoric the Great, while he was a dignitary of his court. Hence, the book was a history of the Getae and dedicated to their king, who controlled at the time the entire Italian peninsula and Jordanes also included the Goths, because the history of our ancestors had to be falsified in its entirety. He said that he made appropriate additions from Greek and Latin writings, intermixing at the beginning, middle and end most of the facts which he considered useful. But he sometimes let false information slip in, as was the practice and the habit, to favour the Judeo-Christianity, invention which he served as a bishop. He confessed in paragraph I: “brother Castalius… you urge me to leave the little work I have in hand, that is, the abbreviation of the Chronicles, and to condense in my own words in this small book the twelve volumes of the Senator on the origin and deeds of the Getae, which is truly a hard command.” It seems that our history and culture were viciously shortened and falsified by all sorts of vile creatures, each more infamous and guileful than the other.
In 911, the Vikings were called Goths and Dacians, according to the Gesta Normanorum chronicle. So, they have lived since then in great sin (of identity) and the historians never thought to point out their madness in assuming a foreign origin!
In 1042, during the reign of Eduard the Confessor, the Danish laws reached England and the Dans or Dacians were still called “Dani et Daci et Guti”, as a remembrance for all the alien and mioritic rascals who insulted our ancestral past and culture. The Guti were the Goths who came from Gothia/Guta – Sweden and settled in the area to the north of the Black Sea and of the Caspian Sea. They divided into two large groups and a group went off towards Western Europe, while the others submitted to the Huns; some of them returned to their homeland with a new culture and a new religion, inspired from that of Zamolxis. To the Guti people belonged, as well, the inhabitants of the region of Guta/Kuta, who attacked the Emesh/Sumerian kingdoms around the end of the IIIrd millennium BC and controlled them with great ferocity for approximately one hundred years! Is this a history as yet unknown or falsified with so much fury?
In 1087, the Varangians from Russia and almost concomitantly the Normans from Sicily claimed to be the followers of the culture and cult of Zamolxis, formed by the writings of Ulfilas, and the language used in the texts – the Geto-Gothic language – was proclaimed an ecclesiastical language in 1091 at the Council of Leon!
a text by Constantin Olariu Arimin