2.11 Venetian - Roman Law Form
Article 136 - Humanism
Humanism is a term describing both a complex philosophy and movement created by the Pisan / Venetian families from the end of the 15th Century and early 16th Century using purported “legitimate” works from primarily ancient Greek philosophers to define a reality (world) based on secular “human” values, skills and concerns rather than ecclesiastical, occult, divine or “supernatural” matters. Humanism is therefore the antithesis of Kabbalah Mysticism also created by the Pisan / Venetian families during the same period.
While Humanists reject the notion they espouse, or follow a particular doctrine in the same manner as religions, Humanism is fundamentally based around a very clear set of doctrines that has been fanatically enforced by leading Humanists since the invention of the philosophy:
(ii) Through the use of the tools and faculties of mind being reason, logic, scientific method and argument, mankind is capable of discovering virtually every answer to every problem and advance the knowledge of the world without relying on superstitious beliefs; and
(iii) Through the faculties and tools of collective mind and behaviour interaction such as rhetoric, politics, economics and ethics, mankind can work together to form common societies without the need to rely on ancient beliefs of religious law or custom; and
(iv) While people should be free to continue their beliefs in religious customs that espouse “life after death” and the existence of “supreme deities”, there is no definitive scientific evidence that Heaven exists, life after death exists and god exists. Therefore, the only certainty in life is that we are alive today and we will die one (1) day; and
(v) Despite all men being “created” equal, through an absence of intellect and skill, mankind self selects into classes of “men of intellect” and “creatures”. Hence, concepts such as slavery in various forms and social classes while unfortunate are “natural” selection; and
(vi) Humanist thought originates from ancient Greece with philosophers such as Aristotle, Socrates and Plato before the emergence of Christianity, Islam and Judaic thought. Therefore, on age alone, humanist theories are as old and as “legitimate” as the writings of major religions.
Humanism as movement and philosophy owes in part its birth to the deliberately obscured history of Pisan Universities established from the beginning of the 11th Century that came to dominate learning, teaching and the formation of literary works across Europe:
(i) In 1061 CE, Doga (Doge) Giovani Orlando (1060 - 1085) and the Great Council founded the first “University” in history known as the Academia Pisa (University of Pisa), focused primarily in study of law. The claim that Bologna was the first University in history is a deliberate fraud; and
(ii) In 1068, following the capture of the Montpellier region in southern France and the establishment of a commune under a Bern-Hard (Old French for brave and strong servant (junior)”), Pisa establishes its second University as sovereign territory; and
(iii) In 1088, in honor of the successes of Count Guillermo (William) di Gascony (1052 - 1087) in conquering England, (Doge) Giovani Orlando (1060 - 1085) of the Pisan Empire grants Count Guillermo the younger (William) di Gascony (1087 - 1127) the third University in history at Salamanca, but with Pisa “owning” the land of the University as “sanctuary”; and
(iv) By 1091 CE, Doga (Doge) Pietro Morosini (1088 - 1119) of Pisa with Count Roger I (1071 - 1101) of Sicily succeed in capturing Malta. As reward, the Pisans founded the fourth University in history at Catania, which was destroyed by earthquake in 1169, but subsequently rebuilt on an even grander scale; and
(v) In 1092, the Pisans assisted Alfonso VI (1072 - 1109) of Castile, also known as “El Cid”, in the capture of Valencia, with Pisa establishing its second major Spanish trading port and fifth university (University of Valencia), deliberate corrupted as “Palencia” to hide its ownership and foundation by the Pisans; and
(vi) In 1204, the Pisan - Venetian forces aided by Basque, Sicilian, Gascon and English mercenaries complete the capture of Greece, Crete and Constantinople and the establishment of the “Latin Empire” (1204 - 1261), massively increasing their influence and importance in Europe. Pisa established its sixth university as sovereign territory (University of Chalcis) by 1204, the seventh university as University of Athens by 1209, the eighth as the University of Constantinople by 1210 and ninth as the University of Candia (Crete) by 1212; and
(vii) In 1216, following the ceding of England by John to the Roman Cult, the Pisans petitioned Henry III (1216-1272) and Roman Pontiff Honorius I (III) (1216-1227) for land to found a university, which was granted as sovereign territory fifty miles (80km) north on the River Cam, being the University and Trading post of Cantabria (Cambridge)
(viii) Around 1223, Pisa claimed exclusive right over the ruins of Padua and as sovereign territory and as a major university town and trading post being the University of Padua; and
(ix) In exchange, for the supply of money, materials and mercenaries, in 1236, upon King Ferdinand III (1217-1252) of Castile and Toledo capturing the city of Cordoba in southern Spain, the whole city and the surviving texts of its Library being at one (1) time the largest in the world with over one million (1,000,000) manuscripts was granted to Pisa as sovereign territory and as the University of Cordoba; and
(x) In 1241, Pisa was granted by William II of Holland (1235-1256) the lands at the mouth of the Amstel River meeting the Markermeer inlet to the North Sea in the Netherlands as sovereign territory and the University and Trading Post of Amsteldam; and
(xi) In 1256, the Genoa/Florence – Pisan / Venice Civil War resulted in the Genoese capturing Montpellier and destroying the University, with the ibn Tibbon Dynasty which had controlled the University for two hundred (200) years forced to flee to the safety of the University of Candia (Crete); and
(xii) In 1290, the city of Pisa along with the University was destroyed by the Genoese. However, the Pisans establish a new heavily fortified university and trading post at Siena by 1295. In 1343, learning is re-established at Pisa with the scholae pisanum (University of Pisa) but was closed again by the Florentines in the destruction of Pisa in 1403.
(xiii) At the Council of Pisa in 1409, the ruined city of Pisa was granted to Florence, while the network of Universities and Trading Posts were granted to the control of Venice; and
(xiv) In 1473, a small education institution known as the studio di pisa (studio of Pisa) was permitted to re-open by the Medici of Florence, but only for the training of guild artisans, not the study of law, classics or literature. In 1509, the Studio was destroyed in the siege of Pisa; and
(xv) In 1492, Rodrigo Borja, as Roman Pontiff Alexander III (VI) (1492-1503) sided with Genoa in the ongoing trade wars with Venice and succeeded in convincing King Ferdinand (1479-1516) of Aragon and Queen Isabella (1474-1504) of Castile in closing the Universities of Cordoba, Salamanca and Valencia including seizing the property of the Morosini (Morano) of Pisa held in Spain, Sardinia and Sicily for over five hundred (500) years. As a result, more than one hundred thousand (100,000) people or 90%+ of the intellectual elite and business knowledge of the country is forced to leave Spain, Sardinia and Sicily with assistance of Venetian - Ottoman fleet to the eastern Mediterranean and the Universities of Candia and Athens; and
(xvi) In 1496, the Borja and Genoans somehow convince Emperor Maximillian I (1493-1519) Habsburg to repeat the process and seize property of Venice held in Flanders, the (University of Amsterdam) in Netherlands; and
(xvii) In 1502, Nicolò Morosini (b.1469 - d.1527) also known as “Macchiavelli” founded the last University directly established by Pisa as sovereign territory being the University of Wittenberg under Frederick the Wise, Elector of Saxony; and
(xviii) In 1543, the Università di Pisa was officially opened under the motto “In supremae dignitatis” meaning the Supreme Authority. In 1545 the Pisan Athenaeum was established as the first International bodies of academics and scientists in the world.
(i) All men and women are borne with a base soul (mind) called Ahu-Man being "the state of not knowing, ignorance, stupidity, foolishness and unclean". Those that educate themselves to Manes may then develop a second soul (mind) called Hu-Man and a "state of consciousness to act, perform and do". Only those that have dedicated themselves to the highest scripture and are worthy then reach the third state of soul (mind) Ba-Man of "spiritual perfection, wisdom, hermeneutic skill"; and
(ii) All people of society may be classed into Kasts (castes) meaning "to reduce, to make smaller" and then into tribes called Vana meaning "woods, trees" by virtue of birth. The highest class are the scholars, teachers and priests. The lowest of all classes then are the slaves called boda/bode (pronounced "body") and non Aryans; and
(iii) The Aryans (Urians) are the rulers of the world over all other people because they made a sacred covenant (BaRit) with the King of Darkness known as “Kha Shekha”. However, as they are sworn to rule justly, truthfully and fairly as “servants of all people”, the Aryan remain also in honor with “Abba de Rabban” (Father of Greatness) permitting them to rule; and
(iv) A member of the Aryan (Chosen People) of UrAn (Iran) could not be held a slave longer than seven (7) years before all their debts must be forgiven. However, a foreigner or non-believer could be held as slaves for life and could be treated like cattle as they neither possess a “higher soul” nor a “will”. Therefore, treating non believers as life slaves and cattle was not only lawful, but “ordained by g-d”.
Humanism as a strategy to create and then “control” a global dialectic (thesis - antithesis) was hatched by powerful Venetian / Pisan family the Zorzi (Orsini branch), who were the Dukes of Athens and former Kings of Negroponte (Greek Island of Euboea) from the 13th Century to the beginning of the 16th Century.
Original works of Aristotle and Plato were “rediscovered” by the West thanks to the work of translators at the University of Cordoba from the 13th Century to the 15th Century in translating many of the hundreds of thousands of manuscripts captured from the Moors when Cordoba was taken in 1236 by King Ferdinand III (1217-1252) of Castile and Toledo and Pisan / Venetian assistance.
The Corpus Aristotelicum of over twenty five (25) alleged works of Aristotle divided into five (5) categories (physics, organon, ethics, politics, metaphysics, the soul, rhetoric and poetics) is a deliberate fraud first created by Rector of the University of Athens being Marsilio Ficino (1433–99) for the Zorzi.
The claim that a William “the Moer Beke” in the 13th Century somehow managed to gain access to original ancient Greek versions of certain alleged works of Aristotle including Arabic versions to translate them into Latin and produce the alleged first full version of Corpus Aristotelicum of over fifteen (15) alleged works divided into five (5) categories (physics, organon, ethics, politics, metaphysics, the soul, rhetoric and poetics) is a deliberate fraud, aimed at hiding the suspicious nature and provenance of the Corpus Aristotelicum. The name “Moer Beke” means literally “the Mother of Knowledge”.
The claim that a William “the Moer Beke” in the 13th Century somehow managed to gain access to original ancient Greek versions of certain alleged works of 5th Century CE philosopher Proclus describing Plato and Aristotle and then “translate” these works into Theological Elements is a deliberate fraud, aimed at hiding the suspicious nature and provenance of this work. The name “Moer Beke” means literally “the Mother of Knowledge”.
The claim that a Rector of the Pisan University of Catania in Sicily called “Henry Aristippus” (named after the disciple of Socrates) managed to obtain and then translate from ancient Greek the alleged Plato works of Meno and Phaedo just before the great earthquake of 1165 is a deliberate fraud, aimed at hiding the suspicious nature and provenance of these two (2) works.
The claims that a person named Chalcidius, having the same name as the Pisan University of Chalcis on the Greek Island Eubeoa managed to obtain and then translate from ancient Greek the alleged Plato work of Timaeus sometime in the late 13th Century is a deliberate fraud, aimed at hiding the suspicious nature and provenance of these two (2) works.