Acknowledging The Native Europeans
The Great Spirit appeared to the survivors of the previous world and gave them instructions by which they were to live and travel.
They divided into four groups, each with a leader selected by the survivors.
He laid ears of corn of various lengths and instructed the leader of each group to pick one ear of corn to take with them on their respective journeys, for their subsistence and their livelihood.
One by one the leaders picked out the longest and most perfect-looking ears until only the shortest remained. In the eyes of the Great Spirit, the most humble of the leaders, the one who waited the longest and assumed the shortest ear, the one most mindful of the causes of the previous destruction, demonstrated the greatest wisdom.
Then the Great Spirit gave them their names and the languages by which they would be recognized. To the group whose leader picked the shortest of the ears, the Great Spirit gave the name HOPI.
To each group, the Great Spirit gave a power that would be unique to them in this world. To those dispatched across the ocean to the northeast, the Great Spirit gave the power of fire. Those with the power of fire, dispatched across the ocean, became the native peoples of the land that would eventually be known as Europe.
Imbued with native, survival instincts and powered by fire, Pre-Christian Europe would exist for centuries in relationship to the earth and would produce local ecologies sustained by baths, vineyards, magnificent groves of olives and oak, lindens and salt marshes, aqueducts, roads, earthworks, canals, stoneworks and megalithic structures and a universal system of education and reverence for the earth.
The transformation of Native Europe into worldwide, Predator Anglo Empire rests on discarded histories, the insertion of a specific type of religion and the creation of new myth upon the ruins of original myth, upon displacement.
In the midst of destruction, Native Europe receded unseen into hearts and minds that continue to evidence contemporary creativity and ingenuity. Running parallel, the Predator Empire arose to become conqueror, to cross oceans, to obliterate native cultures worldwide and to combine with emerging empires to pursue a contrasting agenda empowered by imposter religion and distorted myth.
Professor Carroll Quigley (B.A., M.A., and Ph.D (http://www.carrollquigley.net/), in his 1,348 opus, Tragedy and Hope, A History The World In Our Time (1st ed., 1966.), captures the essence of Native and Predator in a singular paragraph;
“The hope for (ed. humanity) the twentieth century rests on recognition that war and depression are man-made, and needless. They can be avoided in the future by turning from the nineteenth-century characteristics…(materialism, selfishness, false values, hypocrisy, and secret vices) and going back to other characteristics that our Western Society has always regarded as virtues: generosity, compassion, cooperation, rationality, and foresight, and finding a increased role in human life for love, spirituality, charity, and self-discipline.”
Carroll Quigley. Tragedy and Hope. 1st ed. 1966. p. 1310-1311
~ Stephen J. Bergstrom