The Hungarian Magi Prepared The Way

Santorum’s victory in Louisiana is being described as a victory for the false evangelical religion that has allied itself with the Pope in order to render half the American voters agents of Satan in order to get frightened people to flock to them. Everything the Republican Church does is not based upon attraction and attributes, but, by demonizing fellow Americans – including the President of the United States. This is a Traitor Religion, and should be driven out of the Republican Party founded by my kindred, the Fremonts, who befriended the Hungarians who fought for Freedom against the Habsburgs who were backed by the Pope, who today is dictating poltics within the Republican party. This goes against the Protestant Reformation.

For years I suspected the Fremonts followed a secret teaching, that went beyond Freemasonry, and was shown to them by the Hungarian refugees who were Forty-Eighers. There was a rejection of the Fremonts that continues to this day. Lily Fremont had a crush on Charles Zagonyi, and burned many of her parents papers that may have spoken of the New Land of the Free in the West, a new nation founded by the vision of Kosstuh who was titled ‘The Angel of Freedom’ who Jessie Benton Fremont championed, she going with him on his tour of America.

“2018 years ago, in the community once known as the “Home of the Virgin of Light” (“Bit-Lah-Mi”) located about halfway between Mount Tabor and the Mediterranean, also known as Bethlehem, Galilee, Parthian Princess, Mary Adiabene-Kharax gave birth to a son. Known since the dawn of time as “New Light”, the birth of the “Light of the World”

If the Confederacy beat the Union in the North, then I believe the Fremonts would declare a New United States in the West that would consist of States that were not party of the Union. Did Fremont and the Radical Republicans have plans for a mass immigration of Hungarian Freedom Fighters, and German Forty-Eighters to take on the Habsburgs in Mexico and the Confederate Army of Satan East of the Missippi?

The Fremonts do not appear to be religious. Did they know about the Maygar Magi and Mary Adiabene-Kharax? Did they come to believe in the Parthian revolt against the Roman Slave Masters, and thus John emancipated the first slaves in America. The South and the Red State Demons of the New Roman Empire are on the rise once more – backed by the Pope in Rome. They make war on women and the hungry! Let us drive these cowards from Fremont’s party and prepare the way for Truthful Enlightenment!

Jon Presco

Copyright 2012

Zagonyi remained with the Fremonts and became a fixture in their household. He frequently accompanied Jessie on her trips and spent many hours giving riding lessons to the Fremonts’ daughter Lily, transforming her into an expert horsewoman and becoming worthy, said a proud Jessie, to ride with Kit Carson. According to Mary Lee Spence’s The Arizona Diary of Lily Fremont, Lily carried a life-long crush on Zagonyi.

A professional soldier, Zagonyi served under the legendary Polish revolutionary General Jozef Bem during the Hungarian War of Liberation. Captured by the invading Russians, he managed to escape and make his way to the Ottoman Empire. He arrived in the United States in 1851 by way of England.
Like most immigrants, he struggled to earn a living and worked at a series of odd jobs to support himself. While working as an instructor at the Boston riding academy run by fellow émigré Janosz Kalapsza, Zagonyi met and married a young German-American lady by the name of Amanda Schweiger.
Early in the Civil War, he joined General Frémont’s staff and became commander, with the rank of major, of an elite cavalry detachment known as the Body Guard. This unit was more than an escort to Fremont; it performed guard, policing and scouting duties in addition to always being ready to respond to any emergency. About half the were native-born Americans and the rest mainly German-Americans, recruited in the states of Missouri, Ohio and Kentucky.
In October 1861, when Fremont’s army approached Springfield, Missouri, the Guard, along with another cavalry formation, the Prairie Scouts, spearheaded the army. En-countering an enemy force which outnumbered them 5 to 1, Zagonyi ordered an attack and decisively routed the Confederates. This gallant charge, although a minor affair in the war, captured the imagination of the public and has been the subject of poems, articles and books and has been honored by plaques, markers and various memorials. The highly acclaimed and widely popular The Story of the Guard, by General Fremont’s wife, the redoubtable Jessie Benton Fremont, recounts the the actions of the Guard in vivid details with Zagonyi as the overt central hero. University Club historical marker no. 17 at Springfield, commemorating Zagonyi and the Guard, was erected on May 6, 1931.

When Fremont assumed command of the Mountain Department in West Virginia in early 1862, Zagonyi became his chief of cavalry with the rank of colonel. Incensed at being subordinated to General John Pope whom he loathed, Fremont resigned in June of that year and was put on the inactive list along with Zagonyi, one of his most devoted followers. Neither of them saw any more service in the war.

Zagonyi remained with the Fremonts and became a fixture in their household. He frequently accompanied Jessie on her trips and spent many hours giving riding lessons to the Fremonts’ daughter Lily, transforming her into an expert horsewoman and becoming worthy, said a proud Jessie, to ride with Kit Carson. According to Mary Lee Spence’s The Arizona Diary of Lily Fremont, Lily carried a life-long crush on Zagonyi.

The Hungarian Revolution of 1848 was one of many of the European Revolutions of 1848 and closely linked to other revolutions of 1848 in the Habsburg areas. The revolution in the Kingdom of Hungary grew into a war for independence from the Austrian Empire, ruled by the Habsburg monarchy.
Many of its leaders and participants, including Lajos Kossuth, István Széchenyi, Sándor Petőfi, Józef Bem, are among the most respected national heroes in Hungarian history. The anniversary of the Revolution’s outbreak, 15 March, is one of Hungary’s three national holidays.

In 1848 and 1849, the Hungarian people or Magyars, who wanted independence, formed a majority only in about a third of the total country known as “Hungary and Transylvania,” and the Magyars were boxed in by their traditional enemies.[4] In the north, from Pressburg (now Bratislava, Slovakia) to the Danube and the Tisza were several million Slovaks and a few Ruthenians.[4]

The Twelve Points expressed what the nation demanded: freedom of the press, abolition of censorship, a cabinet of responsible ministers and a National Assembly in Buda-Pest, equality of civic and religious rights, equal and universal contribution to public expenses, abolition of tax privileges, a national bank and national armed forces, freeing of political prisoners, legal reforms, and union with Transylvania. The revolution wanted to abolish restrictive and discriminatory laws, indeed, the entire political and economic system. At the Pozsony Diet, conservatives in both chambers were swept aside by Kossuth’s party, a victory due partially at least to the rumor that a peasant army led by Petőfi was set to march on the city.

The Hungarian Diet (English: Parliament) had not convened since 1811.[1]
In 1825, Emperor Francis II convened the Diet in response to growing concerns amongst the Hungarian nobility about taxes and the diminishing economy, after the Napoleonic wars. This – and the reaction to the hot-headed reforms of Joseph II – started what is known as the Reform Period (Hungarian: reformkor). But the Nobles still retained their privileges of paying no taxes and not giving the vote to the masses. It was in this time that Hungarian became an official language instead of Latin as had been used formally before.
The influential Hungarian politician Count István Széchenyi recognized the need to bring the country up-to-date. The Hungarian Parliament was summoned once again in 1825 to handle financial needs. A Liberal Party emerged in the Diet, which put its attention on providing for the peasantry. Lajos Kossuth, a famous journalist of the time, emerged as the leader of the lower house of Parliament.
Kossuth’s aspiration was to build a modern democratic, liberal state with a constitution, ensuring civil equality. The people supported him in this modernisation, even though the Habsburg monarchs obstructed all important liberal laws about their civil and political rights and the economic reforms. Many reformers (like Lajos Kossuth, Mihály Táncsics) were imprisoned by the authorities.

In some contexts, the term “Habsburg Empire” might also refer to extended Habsburg family possessions once ruled solely by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, or to the Spanish Empire ruled by the senior Spanish branch of the house.
The Habsburg family originated with the Habsburg Castle in modern Switzerland and after 1278 came to rule in Austria (“the Habsburg Hereditary Lands”). The Habsburg family grew to European prominence with the marriage and adoption treaty by Emperor Maximilian I at the First Congress of Vienna in 1515, and the subsequent death of adopted Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia in 1526.[2]

Julius Jacob von Haynau, the leader of the Austrian army, has been appointed plenipotentiary of restoring order at Hungary after the conflict. He ordered the execution of the The 13 Martyrs of Arad (now Arad, Romania) and Prime Minister Batthyány was executed the same day in Pest.
After the revolution, in 1849 the whole country was in “passive resistance”. In 1851 Archduke Albrecht, Duke of Teschen was appointed as Regent, which lasted until 1860, during which time he implemented a process of Germanisation.
Kossuth went into exile after the revolution. In the US he was most warmly received by the general public as well as the then US Secretary of State, Daniel Webster, which made relations between the US and Austria somewhat strained for the following twenty years. Kossuth County, Iowa was named for him. He then also travelled through Constantinople, the Ottoman Empire and to Turin, Italy.
Kossuth thought his biggest mistake was to confront the Hungarian minorities. He set forth the dream of a multi-ethnic confederation of republics along the Danube, which might have prevented the escalation of hostile feelings between the ethnic groups in these areas.

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Many of Kossuth’s comrades-in-exile joined him in the United States, including the sons of one of his sisters. These “Forty-Eighters”fought on the Union side in the US Civil War. Hungarian lawyer George Lichtenstein, who served as Kossuth’s private secretary, fled to Königsberg after the revolution and eventually settled in Edinburgh where became noted as a musician.[37]
After the Hungarian Army’s surrender at Világos in 1849, their revolutionary banners were taken to Russia by the Tsarist troops, and were kept there both under the Tsarist and Communist systems. But in 1940 the Soviet Union proposed to the Horthy government to exchange the banners for the release of the imprisoned Hungarian Communist leader Mátyás Rákosi – which was accepted.[38]

At the start of the war, the Hungarian forces (Honvédség) won many battles[20][21] against the Austrians, for example at the Battle of Pákozd in September 1848 and at the Isaszeg in April 1849, at which time they even stated the Hungarian Declaration of Independence from the Habsburg Empire. The same month, Artúr Görgey became the new Commander-in-Chief of all the Hungarian Republic’s armies.[22]
[edit] Russians
Because of the success of revolutionary resistance, Franz Joseph had to ask for help from the “gendarme of Europe”[23] Czar Nicholas I of Russia in March 1849. Russian armies, composed of about 8,000 soldiers, invaded Transylvania on 7 April 1848.[24] But as they crossed the Southern Carpathian mountain passes (along the border of Transylvania and Wallachia), they were met by a large Hungarian revolutionary army led by Józef Bem, a Polish-born General.

Despite initial optimism and success, Hungary’s days of independence were numbered. Responding to his imperial cousin’s call, Russia’s Tsar Nicholas decided to deploy his army against the Hungarians. In June the Russians invaded Hungary, and the Hungarians found themselves caught in a stranglehold. Austrian and Russian superiority of forces was overwhelming.

Kossuth’s government concentrated on its military effort, while pursuing its liberal democratic policymaking. On 28 July, it emancipated the country’s Jews, and an enlightened nationalities law was promulgated on the same day. This legislation gave minorities the freedom to use their mother tongue at the local administrative level, at tribunals, in primary schools, in community life, and even within the national guard of non-Magyar councils. It was the first law in Europe to recognize minority rights. These actions, however, were too late to influence events in the two weeks leading up to military defeat.

After the Russian invasion, hopes of saving the country were slim. On 9 August, General Haynau beat and dispersed the main Hungarian army. Kossuth abdicated, transferred all powers to General Artur Görgey, and sought refuge in Turkey. Three days later, the War Council decided to surrender to the Russians at Világos, near the city of Arad.


Attila Grandpierre

Motto: Uplifting knowledge is the greatest gift
a man can have.

I. Introduction:

Who were the Magi?

In order to be able to stand our ground in our personal, community and social life we have to answer the questions: who were the Hungarians originally? Where did they live? When did they live? And what did they want? In this paper, we not only give answers to these questions, but we also show that the key question in the history of mankind, in the nation-forming activities of the Magyars and their individual life-conduct, is the appreciation of the historical role of die Hungarians. The Hungarians have played an extraordinary, elevating role, throughout the millennia, in the history and culture of mankind (see below) and, in contrast to the colorizing practice of Western Civilization, the most significant states of Europe and Asia were created by the Magyar Royal Magi.

Many have questioned whether it is possible to talk about a people called Magyar, existing in ancient times. In answer to this we mention that Herodotus wrote in his origin saga of the Scythians (Herodotus, B.C. 440/1989, p. 266.) that the name of Mankind’s first King was the Magyar name Hargita. The names of his sons were Árpa, Zab and Köles (Endre K. Grandpierre and Attila Grandpierre, 2006, p. 42. – henceforth GKE and GA) which are Magyar names. Similarly, the names: Nimród, Hunor and Magor are Magyar, and Magor’s name reflects the name of the Magyar people in the Age right after the Flood. With the retailed analysis of the Tarih-i Üngürüsz,[1] (The History of the Magyars), an ancient Hungarian saga before the age of Árpád, Endre K. Grandpierre (1979, 1990) proved that the legends of the Miracle Stag[2] originated in the magical ancient age (see especially pp. 67-68 : the quoted book). Hunor and Magor were twins, and therefore it may appear to be more accurate to talk about the Hun-Magyar people. Still we find the use of the name “Magyar” or the name “Magyar-Hun” for the nation preferable, because the ancient legend of the Miracle stag in the Tárih-i Üngürüsz begins with Magor’s name before Hunor, and this indicates that, of the Hun and Magyar fraternal nations, the Magyar is the more ancient (GKE 1990, 17 and pp. 40-43). The continuity of the Magyar people and their name can be followed back at least five-to ten-thousand years, to the Age of the Flood.

At the time of its birth, Western Civilization declared war on the ancient memories of Mankind and tried to erase the past forever. However, with the passing of time, the Greek culture, which was banned in Europe for a thousand years, found its way, with Arab intervention, into the circulation of European culture. The ancient Greeks, on the other hand, could thank the contemporary Magyars, who were called Scythian in Greek, for their writing, philosophy, and knowledge of nature, in short, their culture (Meuli, 1935; Dodds, 1951; GA, 2001; GKE-GA, 2006, pp. 127-128).

The greatest Greek philosophers and most of their scientists were raised by Magi, not with colonizing zeal, but unselfishly, serving the elevation of Mankind. The Magi were indubitably Mankind’s most ancient teaching nation. “The Magi worked without partiality and prejudice” (Stanley, 1731, 250). The ancient meaning of the Hungarian word “Magus” was: astronomer, mathematician, scholar of natural sciences, philosopher, wise-man, priest, physician, judge, creator of sciences, discoverer of agriculture, industry, transportation, discoverer of trade in general and creator of state institutions – all these in one person! Let us compare the summation of these with the “culture-hero”: “The culture-hero has a major role in myths, is the first to acquire or create different cultural benefits for the people (fire, culture-plants, trade, tools), to introduce a given social order, regulations for marriage, magical formulae, rites and holidays”. (Meletyinszkij, 1988,1: 159). The culture-heroes in ancient times were outstanding personages, who really existed all over the world, and their achievements would be impossible without their magical strength (Op, Cit,160). These “culture-heroes” were called “Magi” by their contemporaries.

The Magi were the guardians of the ancient cosmic knowledge obtained at the birth of Mankind. They had a scientific world-view, which was fundamentally complete; in other words, it was far superior to today’s scientific world-view. They not only knew a more complete system of natural laws than we know today, but the first principles too: the principles of physics, biology and psychology. (GA, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006; GKE-GA, 2006, pp. 136-146). The ancient Magyar triple uni-triune system was based upon a cosmic world-view of natural sciences. To translate this to everyday language, the teaching of the cosmic uni-triune system involves the harmony of the human body, soul and spirit; the atom, feeling and thought; in cosmic terms the interaction of matter, life, and consciousness; physics, biology and psychology. The atom, feeling and thought are not just completed, expressed materials; they are also accompanied by motivating forces, the laws of nature and their motivating forces, the first principles which embrace the Universe into one living whole.

Physical phenomena Biological phenomena Psychological phenomena
Physical laws Biological laws Psychological laws
The laws of least effect Life- (Bauer-) principle Principle of self-consciousness

Table 1. The world-view of the triple-trinity. The triple-trinity forms one whole: the Universe. Physics, biology and psychology are not separated in reality into three different parts; they form one unified whole, the Universe. This is the essence of the scientific Uni-trinity.

The natural laws of physics, biology and psychology permeate the entire Universe and, therefore, they are universal-laws. The universality of biological laws means that the life-force permeates the Cosmos. Since the life-force is the most personal and the deepest reason for being for all of us, our deepest life is in the most personal connection with the life of the Universe. The soul is immortal because our Self is upheld by a cosmic law and the cosmic law is immortal. The Scythian concept of the immortality of the soul (GA, 2001; GKE-GA, 2006, pp. 127-128) the consubstantiality of the Self and the World-soul is also the basic concept of the Vedic literature and the Upanishads.[3]

The ancient Magyar magic system is magic because it recognized the personal connection between Man and the Universe, which rests upon the most basic law of Nature, the universal law of Life. This basic, recognition of natural science is what transcends the limits of todays scientific world-view. The trinity of body, feeling and thought manifests itself on the level of phenomena, of laws and principles alike. In the ancient Magyar magical world-view, the unity of the body, the soul and the spirit is based upon the existence of the soul, which carries the world of feelings and, therefore the reeling is the most basic reality. The magical feeing, with the help of the cosmic motivating power, which permeates all living beings, is always directed toward the realization of the highest, most noble possibilities.

This triple trinity is represented in the Hungarian coat of arms, which is of ancient origin and on the Hungarian national flag, in the image of the triple hill, the three-pointed crown and the double-cross, which is the ancient sign for One, meaning Uni-trinity, all of which together also mean the one unified whole, which forms the trinity: the living Universe. (GA, 2005b; GKE és GA, 2006, pp. 136-146).

The origin and ancient meaning of the Hungarian word “Magus”

The Hungarian word “magus” (variations and derivatives in Hungarian: mag, magas, magától való, magától mozgató, magasztos, meaning seed, high, derived from itself, moves by it self, sublime) is a “world-word”; its radiation reaches the entire world. The word “magister” is derived from it; its shortened form “master” is a “world-word”, as is the word expressing a rich person “magnate”, or the Latin word “magna”, meaning “big”. The Hungarian word “mag” not only means the seed with its husk, but also its inner parts, its germ, which is the essence of its entirety, its soul. (Czuczor-Fogarasi, 1867,4: 25). There is an enormous difference between the seed of the tree, which grows high by itself and an incomparably smaller seed but they have one thing in common – an invisible factor: the life-force, the seed-force which is hidden in the seed. It is a basic fact, that the life-force, hidden in the seed, surpasses by far the capabilities of dead matter. The height, the high heavens lie hidden in the seed.

The Hungarian word mag (seed) is an ancient word; it is the counterpart of the word great and it is related to the Sanskrit mah (meaning: great). In the Hungarian language, the consonants are the basic carriers of meaning. The ancient meaning of the “n” consonant is female: nő, néni, ana=anya (woman, an older lady, mother). Since the word ma is an ancient word denoting femininity (it refers to motherhood, as in the word ma-ma), and the ancient meaning of “g” is ég, egy, agy, ig(az), ig(e), eg(ész), (heaven, one, brain, truth, Word of God, the whole) then the word ma-g (seed) is the word anya-g (matter) in another form. Its ancient meaning then is Anya-Ég, Anya-Agy, Anya-Egész (meaning Mother-Heaven, Mother-Brain, Mother-Whole), and here, the Mother is Mother Nature, the Universe, and its essence is the force of the seed, the soul and the life-force. The explanation of the base of the word magus as Anya-Agy (Mother Brain) brings us closer to the interpretation of the name Magyar. The “gy” form of the “g” sound in mag gives the words egy and agy (one, brain) in this context. Thus, the magy base of the name Magyar is ma-agy, Anya-agy, or Anya-Egy (Mother-brain, Mother-one) and this refers to the original calling of the Magyar people: they are the One, Mother Nature, brain-center of the Universe, the ancient people of Mankind, the people of ancient knowledge. The ancient meaning of the Hungarian word Magus is: the developer of the universal life-force of the Universe which infuses its matter, the elevating force of life.

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