Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Louis C.K.: The Szekely Connection

So Many Bodily Functions and So Few Venues To Joke About Them

By Ward B. de la Estado for CPW News Services

      His father was an economist from Mexico, Luis Szekely.  His mother is reported to have been a software engineer.  “It is not known if she is the Mary Louise Szekely born in 1943 or 1944 who married Frank Graham Brown Jr. on January 14, 1967, but with Louis C.K.’s birth in 1967, that would have meant her marriage to Luis Szekely had ended before her 23rd birthday.   Everywhere I read Louis C.K. was born on September  12, 1967 to Mary Louise nee Davis Szekely to Luis Szekely,” said Ferdy Frederickson of Genealogy Trackers Inc..
    The most famous of the Szekely’s is Count of Szekely, Gabriel Bethlen, Prince of Transylvania.  A Calvinist, anti-Hapsburg, Protestant, he was also a pragmatist in siding with the Hapsburgs against the Ottoman Empire.  “Why shouldn’t the Knights Templars of France and England, the Teutonic Knights of Germany and the Maltese Knights of the Vatican and Hapsburg Empires side against their common enemies even though they fight like cats and dogs among their own?" asked Bethlen.

     Gabriel Bethlen founded an academy where pastors and teachers from Royal Hungary were trained.  He sent students to Protestant universities in Western Europe and Germany and prevented landlords from forbidding serf children from receiving an education.  This put Bethlen in the middle of the developing cultural currents flowing toward the eventual democratization of political rule, though he was also very ambitious.  Being a prince of Transylvania, he was inclined to enjoy dark humor, horror stories and the visioning of early capitalistic ideologies.  "I like Russian vodka, but scotch is better," he said indicating his early preference for the West, especially when it was a single malt scotch aged twenty years or more.
     When one of the lesser known Szekely court jesters broke out of the ranks of the other jesters with an endless barrage of bathroom and bodily function humor, it was reported that the royal celebration ended in a drunken brawl with jester Szekely defecating in the center of Bethlen’s brocade and crystal laden dining table.

     Thereafter, the jester became known as “Luis P.U.”.

     In the Twentieth Century, Edmund Bordeaux Szekely, reported that he had discovered a lost testament in the Vatican Library that he translated in 1928 which chronicled the contributions of the Jewish Essene community to the ministry of Jesus Christ, titled The Essene Gospel of Peace.  A second copy of the testament collaborating the Vatican find, was housed in a monastery that was unfortunately bombed during World War II and the book was reported by Szekely to have been destroyed.   Edmund Szekely founded a 3000 acre ranch resort in the Northern Mexico region of Baja, south of San Diego, California where he taught the healing practices of the Essene Jews that his research had discovered… including vegetarianism.  Leading Hollywood personalities frequented the resort, Rancho La Puerta, including Aldous Huxley and Burt Lancaster, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Barbara Streisand and Joseph P. Kennedy’s mistress, actress Gloria Swanson, who reportedly was an early devotee of Reike known as Reekie which was carried by some early Israelite Essenes from Egypt to Palestine having seen the Egyptian army's bath in the Red Sea as emblematic of their own central ritual.  The Reekie ceremony required a final step of ritual bathing, hence the Essene emphasis upon purification.  The relationship of John the Baptist to the Essene Jewish movement has been widely explored, but scholars find no strong evidence of Jesus' membership in the Essene Jewish community of the 1st Century other than being baptized by John in the Jordan River.
    Ferdy Frederickson notes that while the Szekely history winds through Transylvania, the brutal politics of Eastern Europe, Jewish, Calvinistic and early wholistic health and metaphysical mind science movements, there is no clear indication that these Eastern Europeans had Communist leanings.  "Well, who knows?  Hitler loved to associate Eastern European Jews with Socialism, but how would you really know?" asked Frederickson.  "I call them LCD Humanists.  Meaning 'Lowest Common Denominator Humanists'," said Frederickson.  "When a world-class classical violinist can play in a New York subway and make less than a one man band playing a wash board and cow bell you learn how to keep going for the lowest common denominator," said Frederickson of this Szekely characteristic and of their perception that even those of the highest common denominator conceal their interest in low down behavior.  "Why else would a world-class violinist play in a subway?" asked Frederickson.
     Frederickson believes that the arrival of Szekely Jews from Transylvania, weaved as they were through the Protestantism of Western Europe brought together two harmonious, but dissimilar aspects of their religious sentiments.  Protestants were anti-monarchial as were Jews whose leader of their Golden Age was King David, the last born son of Jesse of Bethlehem.  "No primogeniture system of first-born monarchs for the Jews and Puritans," said Frederickson noting the tendency of Oliver Cromwell to behead kings while reinstating the Jews of England whom Edward I or 'Longshanks' had exiled to the mainland during his reign. "A Jewish court jester, perhaps a Szekely, had made the mistake of saying at a celebration after the death of William Wallace that "Longshank's nickname applied only to his two legs."  What the Puritans weren't counting on was the merger of these Szekely longings with deep-seated Transylvanian interests in the occult which brought some of them big problems at Salem, Massachusetts which eventually went mainstream in the New England publishing business, especially as silent partners in Edgar Allen Poe's popularity and eventually in Hollywood films.

     The Vatican, which keeps copious records of the visitors to the library, said it had no record of Edmund Bordeaux Szekely’s 1928 visit.  “There was, however, what appeared to be a smudged signature of what may have been a “Luis P.U.”, said one Vatican curator, “but we had no book titled 'The Essene Gospel of Peace'.”

     “Too bad, isn’t it?” Edmund was reported to have said to a resort maid, Maria Soliz Blanco,  “The Essene Prince, Jesus, the Prince of Peace should have  had a Gospel of Peace.”

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