Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 3: Roma

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 3: Roma

Published March 30, 2010

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DESTINATION EARTH

Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 3: Roma

The European Roma

The Roma who continue their exodus to the west will become the European Roma There are traces of their presence in Europe from the early 13th century Around 1200, Christians, by the Council of Trulho, threatening to excommunicate 6 years anyone would tell fortunes … In 1290 Romani shoemakers are reported in Greece In 1407, there are reports of Roma in Germany In 1418, the Roma are reported to Colmar In 1425, the Roma arrived in Spain In 1498, four Roma accompanied Columbus in his third voyage to the Americas The first trace of Roma in England dating back to 1514 Upon arrival in Europe, they were persecuted, enslaved, hunted and executed, until 1761, when for the first time, the Empress Maria Theresa signed a law in their favor, and even calling the new Hungarian But in 1773, she signed a new law ordering Roma parents to remove all children older than 5 years … The persecution will continue, although in 1816, John Hoyland, a Quaker from England wrote a book to demand better treatment for Roma In 1834, the governor of Wallachia, Romania libera all Roma from its territory of slavery The abolition of slavery of Roma in Europe is carried out between 1856 and 1864 In 1884, the Roma Kavalevsky Sonya, became the first woman professor of mathematics in Sweden In 1885, the united States of America refused entry and returned to Roma in Europe

The Roma of the 20th century

From 1907, because of mistreatment, the Roma are leaving Germany en masse Controls, abuse and harassment, continue in all countries of Europe In 1918, the Weimar Republic in Germany, guarantees Roma and Sinti equal rights, but the law was never applied In 1930 Michael Kwiek II succeeded his father as King of the Gypsies and is recognized as such by the Polish government The same year, the Norwegian journalist Scharfenberg recommends sterilization of Roma In 1933, the Law on eugenic sterilization of Roma is passed in Germany During the second World War, nearly 1.5 million Sinti and Roma were exterminated by the Nazi regime … Only after this war that the condition of Roma gradually improved in Europe In 1953, the Roma are again allowed to enter Denmark But the persecution and harassment to stop the nomadism of Roma in Europe will continue In 1971, stands for the first time the World Congress of Roma in London, with delegates from over 40 countries In 1972 the communist government of Czechoslovakia passed a law for sterilization of Roma, recognized as a humanitarian act … In 1975 a law was passed in Belgium allowing Roma to acquire Belgian nationality In 1978, the Second World Congress of Roma brings together 120 delegations In 1979, the Roma get a membership to UNESCO Advisory In 1981, the Third World Congress of Roma in Göttingen, Germany brings together 600 delegations In 1986, creates the association of Roma united states In 1989, Europe adopted a 5 year program for the education of Roma children In 1994, a proposal to introduce Roma knowledge in the Israeli curriculum, the Holocaust of Roma by the Nazis rise to violent protests from the Israeli

Persecution of Roma

While the Roma have been persecuted and universally, the reason is simple: it is very difficult for all types of government in all countries of the world, to manipulate people not attached to a territory, not framed by a religion and speaking the same language … Moreover, for a government, a scapegoat is always needed … Of course the Roma are not saints, but if they had done everything they were accused, they would not have even half finished today … For the religious, it is so convenient to pretend that the last flood is due to the Roma who have offended their gods … That’s why of all times, governments, eager to acquire the workforce, have had all the pressure imaginable, even the most atrocious, and to integrate the Roma dénomadiser Therein lies their most remarkable quality: despite all the pressures and persecutions, they managed for over 9000 years to be themselves! Who has done the same?

The longevity of the patriarch Manu

It is interesting to note that the term comes from the puranas patriarch, and looks like the terms of the Bible What was the lifespan of Manu? 100 years, 300 years, 500 years or 1000 years? It depends on the degree of deity, that is to say original Edenic … The Bible tells us: Genesis – 61 And that’s when the glébeux began to multiply on the faces of the soil, their girls are fathered. 2 The son of Elohim saw the daughters of glébeux: yes, they are well. They take wives of all which they chose. 3 Jehovah said: “My breath will not last in the glébeux in perpetuity. In their bewilderment, he is flesh: his days shall be one hundred twenty years “. 4 The Nephilim were on earth in those days and even after: when the son of Elohim came unto the daughters of glébeux, they bring forth to them. These are the heroes of sustainability, men of name.   This confirms much interbreeding between men and gods, édenistes   Al Masû’dî in 956 confirms in his encyclopedia, the al-Muruj dhahab: As for the son of Ham, the black son of Noah, they settled in the SouthNawfîr, son of Put, son of Ham, the head of his children and his followers took over the leadership of India and Sindh According to this tradition that the people of India and Sindh are the descendants of Nawfîr, son of Put, son of Ham, son of NoahNawfîr is probably the Arabic name of Manu He confirmed the Edenic interbreeding and allows us to say that Manu lived at least 300 years and more than 1000 years

The nomadism of Roma

The Roma have not always been nomadic They should also be rather long and well established in Anatolia, where the édenistes have driven to -7000, but we can not go further back in history, with no written documentation on this pre-period All we can say with good certainty, is that they moved that the territory used by édenistes They stayed there until Adam repels even a little further But all this remains a sedentary occupation of land Their nomadism first really began with the deluge – 4900 It will last the time it takes for their patriarch Manu to take them from Anatolia to northern India, is 300 years to 1000 years The mnouchs will again be sedentary + -3900 until at least about 400, as described previously The road has been wandering back lifestyle of Roma + 400 to today If we summarize the history of Roma in the period known, of – 7000 to today, slightly more than 9000 years, we can not recognize that a maximum of 2600 years of nomadism, which is less than a third of their history … In concluding their nomadic lifestyle is not their choice, but was imposed on them All governments have tried to settle them, but they were really just testing integrations … Settle for, what they need, it is a land that is theirs … But I do not see it in the agenda in the coming years …

The chicken thieves

The reputation of Roma as chicken thieves, is well entrenched in sedentary populations, and probably not without reason … However, it must weigh the amount of thefts attributed to Travellers Many opportunists have certainly benefited from their passage They dug into the barns of neighbors, expecting to don their samples to Roma For their part, considering themselves as poor, the Roma are absolved without complex of these thefts is to the rich … Even though they were often as poor as they … It is said that the Roma took a chicken, put her head under her wings, and made him a large circle at arm’s length The chicken rested on the ground, was numb and looked dead It was enough to ask the Roma “Gadjo” to make him a present of a chicken is called punctured … Roma women also threatened those who did not buy them their baskets, they cast a spell … But the peasants always remembered for picking cherries or pickles because the Roma have long represented the seasonal workers they needed Today, there are more peasants, everything is machine made by industrial farmers …

The Roma language

The absence of words of Arabic origin in the Gypsy language proves they left northern India before the sixth century The presence of words of Persian origin confirms their passage through Persia The Gypsy language has also an important part of vocabulary Hindi and Rajasthani Their most likely route to Europe is from the start of northern India, the top of the Indus Valley, the passage of the Himalayas by the Silk Road to the south of the Caspian Sea, trays the Caucasus, and finally the crossing of Armenia to the Byzantine Empire This route is confirmed by the acquisition in the Gypsy language, words of Persian origin, Armenian and Greek   The mid-nineteenth century, Professor August Friedrich Pott, a prominent linguist at the University of Göttingen, showed similarities between the Roma language and Sanskrit

Roma today

In 1971, gypsy, gypsies, gypsies, gypsies, the Sinti and all those so-called Bohemians or gypsies, have decided, as forming one people, to be designated by a unique name with the UN and governments They chose the name “Roma” that already exists in most dialects of Travellers They also chose a flag The bottom half of the flag is green like prairies of the earth The top half is blue like the sky In the center is a red wheel, or chakra, representing the sun god, the Wheel of Fortune and the carts and trailers   They also chose a hymn The Roma need to be considered by all governments of the world as a nation, even if they have no territory, because they are present in virtually all countries of the world And this may be the first step towards a land roma …

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