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The trip across the ocean had cost many lives,
so-called the expatriate Indian people of the island where they washed ashore
“Bali”, which is Sanskrit for “hell” because the people
could only mourn the great sacrifice that they had to bring their newly acquired



Thus, says the doctrine of

“Hope makes life and the end of life is ….”death.” “
Death “is brave and invincible because he fears nothing and no one,
even the “dead” he does not fear. Therefore, man is doing very
unwise, if she would fear death, because death is present in each of us. Each
has death as life partner. Life and Death are elements of life that are
inextricably linked to each other. After all, all-natural beings are part of
life and death.”



In Bali the Vishnuïsts anno 145 built their first monastery near a mountain
named after the Mahapanditòh tulis (High Priest of the Writers Guild of
the Vishnuh-Society) named Penu. Mahapanditòh Penu left end a fitting
inscription at the base of the bedrock west of the monastery:


“Ca Ayamah vyapasrayah tarih pandhi Yamanha
pengayoman adhibhutam bhutanam, somadhya ca pranam-agnih cak aphi-vibhu-athma
vibuti’s arnisathi atmakam-vidhana vikarma vivashan lakmi grahena suryaloki
vihitam Vishnur Acyutha ca adhibu­tam, Vishnuh acyutha ca acyut­ha Vishnuh
nah”. Vayam asya Vishnur jnatva na antah rakasya anagha bhavah . Vayam
tasya purve na-kascit bhayam. Vayam asya ekam tyajet, iti bhumitala-lokan ing
asmakan dhas pranasyati. Bhava dhrtih atmakam, asmakan Visno” .


 Meaning “Loosely translated:

In the presence
of our father priest Yamanah we act as guardian of every living being and the
Miraculous Nature. The daylight is our witness, because daylight is life energy
and life energy is spirit. Life arises from the internal power of nature, the
fire of life of every creature. The being is mortal, but Nature is infallible.
But who violates Nature Rules sins against Nature who is the creator of all
that lives and will live. Every creature is an individual, but together we form
the Nature People. Be yourself, because Vishnuh is himself and he will always
remain themselves. Keep Vishnuh always faithful. We are Vishnuïst and know no
boundaries with respect to defending an innocent creature and furthermore we
are only afraid of one thing, is that the sky falls on our heads.”


After these solemn words were made to
inscription the Society “Penulisan” rose by the
“Gunung” (= Javanese for mountain) Penulisan in Bali.
“Penu” is the name of the discoverer of this mountain range and
“NULISAN” is derived from the Javanese that “write”
means:  later attracted many these Priests south through the
archipelago and ended on Sumatra and Celebes after they dispersed and did
service for the benefit of many local peace-loving peoples. Early made 
 this panditò’s not only know the hardships of the seemingly gentle
landscape, but encountered while also often unnecessary hostility of humans and
animals which the Society had already more than once felt compelled to make
their own self-defence.



Thus, says the doctrine of “Vishnuh” 

“The cemeteries are full of people who thought they were indispensable,
and the dead do not know that they are in a non-existing thin physical
dimension and that their bones are to fade. Living things are made  up of dust, so will everyone when the time comes again, proceed to dust.
Everyone will have to undergo this fate, only the way of all
flesh (death) is infinite and hopeless. Living beings will do once
irrevocably turned to dust, for dust you are and to dust everything will
return. Remember that every living creature will have experienced or endured
themselves this way, at the end of the years.”



This book briefly describes the description of
the former Java (Jawi) and other ancient civilizations, which in the
Indian Archipelago have existed. About the origin and development of the entire
archipelago will be limited here to global data.




Around 145 AD., Indian immigrants set foot on the Indian archipelago and have
large areas cultivated and furnished to Indian model.  JAVA is named
after the village chief (JHANYA-WHI abbreviated JHA-WHI; pronounced
JAWIE), which are due the first of the large wave of immigrants settled in this
long and narrow island. From West to East, this island is intersected by large
and high mountains. The peaks of most mountains were huge, and even reached an
altitude of 3,000 to 5,000 meters.  The very highest mountain was
called Shi-Maru. This name is derived from the people, who seemed at ease among
these active volcanos and no hindrance to experience the eruptions of the 200
hundred active volcanoes.  




In India, the country of origin the name of a tribe was preceded by three (3)
first letters of their principal god, together with the location of their
residence.  The Shi-Maru tribes were traditionally supporters of
Shiva. They left India, taking with them their former gods including Shiva, the
Sun God. On the Indian Archipelago they changed the name to
Jha-Whi’s (Javanese), together with the name of their unfamiliar
territory, which is named after their new ruler JHANYA-WHI or abbreviated
JHA-WHI (Java). Since then, came the numerous peoples Javanese in
Java which later spread throughout the archipelago and build a new


… The large plain Java was mainly along
the north coast and was 20 to 100 meters wide. The most fertile territory in
Java was in the south of central Java where, around the 3rd century, the
Borobudur was built. This area was formerly Khibhu.  Java had two
great rivers that were named after the first discoverers of this, namely
“Sholo = solo (this river was discovered by a southern
Indian) and Brantas (discovered by a Sri lankan). The soil
conditions were these rivers forced a detour to flow eastward before it came
out in the Java Sea. Unlike other rivers that Java was still rich which run
north to south as well as the two major rivers flowing in the Java Sea.


Due to the strong decrease of sludge, has the
coastal rivers large parts of the northern plains built. And by the strong
currents of the Indian Ocean were the plains to the south coast of Java coastal
plains not arise, because coastal cliffs were more than 400 meters above sea
protruded. Monsoon winds affect the climate. The monsoon (rainy
season) began in mid-December to mid-April and the east monsoon (dry
season) from May to October. Unlike the other islands there were no
hurricanes. Then Java had a very rich fauna of large animals such as tigers,
banteng, crocodiles, rhinos and winged animals were in all colours, shapes and
types as well as the abundance of insects.


… Vishnuh-Society counted 8,000 plant species
and flora species that are helpful and were very costly as teak,
klopoh (coconut), kina, bamboo. And because there were towering
mountains in Java emerged as a result, the four (4) planting areas and the zone
where really anything can grow and can be cultivated up to 600 feet plain, then
the zone for the growth of coffee, cinchona and tea. This second area is
characterized by the other of which the air is cooler and therefore, very
suitable for the crops listed above. The third zone is a steppe, a vast grassy
plain, and the fourth area is an alpine zone where ironwood trees grew, these
were very precious woods at the time, as well as the Javanese edelweiss, which
appeared in many species. at night it was freezing throughout the area for at
least 5 degrees below zero.


The Jha-whi’s (= Javanese) cultivated
the Jha-Whi (Java) area and brought it to develop with classical
Indian influences, unlike the 14th and 15th centuries in which they by foreign
influences went to distance himself from the classical perception. In
the 3rd century Javanese built on the Dieng Plateau in Wonosobo 350 temples in
honour of their god Shi-VA (Shiva), which was part of their culture.


… In the year 317 was under the reign of the
powerful Hindu-Buddhist dynasty Cailendra started making these Candi’s (temples) nicer
and were Shi-VA temples made 
 bigger and more beautiful. After this was completed in 328 AD. they started
in 389 with the construction of the Borobudur and Prambanan. The Hindu-Buddhist
dynasty the Cailendra’s was powerful, not only to the temple to see, but also
to the fact that they as sovereign also ruled over Cambodia, but during
construction declined in power after the still powerful Sanjaya dynasties
building this temple completed. 




First there was the Shiva temple mendut named after the Hindu-Buddhist
Priest (called mendut or Pendut) and the plain on which it was built.
For construction was used andesite and volcanic tuff, it was built on a
core of brick, all of this was a kind of platform. In 389 began the construction
of the Borobudur, the world largest Hindu-Buddhist stupa which consists of
seven layers of which only the top layer is available for use and enterable
made .


… For the construction of this temple was
chosen for a field that contains a core of earth in the shape of a hill with
two summits so that it was possible to pull the huge building as planned
in seven layers. The aim is to fill the valley between them immediately
after the completion of each structure (floor). That this is well thought
out evident from the choice of the area to which the Borobudur has its


Tens of thousands of working people, including
architects and consultants have worked for centuries, it has a total of seven
generations lasted (389 n.chr. -628 AD) before the immense edifice was
completed. Not bricked stones lay like a blanket around the hillside, and they
pulled out riverbeds millions of cubic meters of volcanic rock, which was piled
and edited after which they were drawn up with ropes to the right
place. Below, at the foot of this temple is the lesser of 10 levels with
reliefs of images from everyday life, carved into walls and hidden by a mantle
of stone, which the exile of earthly desires symbolizes, one could compare it
with a huge image gallery.


… The textbooks of the Vishnuh-Society show
that Borobudur contains a total of 4009 narrative reliefs from the lowest to
the highest or seventh layer, all have a sense of excellent value, each
character refers to the past or the present. The circular terraces, walking
around with the clockwise walk up set the twelve steps for spiritual
progression. The interior is always right to sit because it portrayed the way
of salvation for the Buddhist priests and explicable as a sign of respect. The
bas-reliefs mentioned above illustrate among others: – the story of Buddha –
the dream of Shri Maya (Queen Maya) – Buddha ring offering to
Yasodhara – Buddha on his horse Kanthasha from his comfortable past, a future
full of hardship and relief within driving – his sermon at Benares.



So, says the doctrine of Vishnuh: 


“Life is tough created by evil creatures,
but righteous people are the destroyers of malice where honesty should be. Living
beings are responsible for each other to make life more pleasant for everyone.
This is the purpose of life, live and let live.”



The builders of the Borobudur had seven levels
of physical and mental activity in mind. Thus, in the design of this temple
considered the presence of energy, the presence of the structural form, the
presence of formlessness, the presence of the shrines, which immediately ruin,
and destruction will sow violators and robbers of relics from this temple, the
presence of the key, the presence of the answers and the seven recommendations
that kept the answer for the future in it. This temple represented the family
owns of 4009 dynasties which some until the end of the building were still
alive and the temple as a treasury used, which was originally intended, and
they have their whole family secret, family history, and family heirlooms
entrusted benefit of their progenies. Furthermore, this temple houses a legion
of ideas, traditions and histories of numerous peoples. 


The three most beautiful temples are located on
the inner square, the main building is dedicated to Shiva. The other two
temples dedicated respectively to Brahma and Vishnuh, these two are however
smaller than the main building. Around 930 AD. Sanjaya the court moved
to East Java after the temples due to strong neglect Intradiscal the era of
great disrepair. In 1584, a severe earthquake occurred causing the whole
collapsed, it’s ruins were also buried under rampant green.


In one of the notes in the Kropak of Kiyai (=
abbot) IDA BAGUS Rakka was the following notes. The roof of the Borobudur
has become a dunghill, and then no more of what our forefathers / ancestors
through scriptural reference in these temples are made 
 and expressed.”


Archaeological Murder on Large Scale 

Anno 1885 … they started a restoration by the Dutch physician of the Sultan
of Jogya, which ornamented stones are neatly put together, but threw everything
he considered unimportant. This brought elements of six temples
higgledy-piggledy.  This temple stood as a major restoration on the
list of a new restoration in 1918, but this was done in a rather scornful
careless manner, for carved panels were indiscriminately used wherever it came
out and did not fit was just chopped and or chopped at will. By austerity
rebuilding was put stop in 1930. The actual subsequent restoration brought this
temple back in the neo-modern form it has now. So, the temple is not original
anymore as it was, it is now comparable to European baroque and hutselfrutsel.”


 All these states of vandalism, are in the
Buddhist world as sacrilege and disrespect towards the ancestors. And as usual,
this can be made good only with blood…


…. During time, foreign treasure hunter’s
enormous valuables and jewellery priceless stolen from graves. This is done in
cooperation with domestic grave robbers, as well as the precious objects were
brought to a so-called investigation to end up in a museum or private home as a


… Borobudur has since been restored, but it is
not exactly as it was in the beginning. In addition, researchers
have along with the Indonesian Government in 1965 removed a protective
layer because it was thought then to be able to solve some
mysteries. Fortunately, this temple still as mystical as before, certain
characters and images are still a mystery to the outside world and hopefully it
stays that way. The only ones who can bring light into this matter, the Vishnuh
priests, and it is questionable whether any of them will ever be able to solve
the mystery around this unique temple; since the curiosity and profit mankind
have already too many shrines and ancient structures violated and robbed. Think
of Egyptian pyramids, monuments of the Incas and other temples around the



  Thus, says the doctrine of

“Each creature possesses natural ability to change and to conduct
themselves accordingly to adapt according to the circumstances and to act, but
those who are guided by utopia will not stand the test of time. Life begins and
ends with an individual battle. Through this personal battle, the man is alive.
Life is a battle and the battle for survival, because if someone life stream is
closing, it will die miserably.”




In Central Java, one can find many temples. In Wonosobo is the Dieng plateau,
which consisted of 350 soberly decorated temples dedicated to Shiva. One of the
temples is the Candi Bhima, this plateau with temples located at 2000 meters


… The Hindu-Balinese monument Gunung
Kawi (meaning original mountain) of King Udayana from the 10th
century, carved in rocks, the niches are 7 meters high, in the midst of these
events include appearances doors is a pit for sacrifices in this well is a
stone box with nine boxes. The monument contains the ashes of several kings who
were the direct descendants of King Anak Wungsu and its dozens of women. On the
same site is also an equally old monastery carved into the rocks, this place is
mentioned in the books of Vishnuh as a place of worship. In the active volcano
Gunung Agung (Javanese for “big mountain”) is the
Hindu-Buddhist temple complex of Besaki, located at an altitude of 1000 meters;
and in former times only accessible to the princes of Bali, currently has the
entire people being measured this privilege. This complex was built by the
King of Kesari, but this place of worship dates back to 512.



First Princess 

The first queen of Bali called Sri Pandé Sesari (anno 210). The Queen laid
the foundation of the Balinese which was taken directly derived from
Sanskrit. Her successor 60 years later (280.n.chr.) was Sri
Kesari, 40 years after her coronation she handed  the throne over to
her brother Adhipathi Bhagwenda Varmmha in 320 AD.


… In the year 357 the prince had derived from
Sanskrit language, Balinese, whose basic anno 280 is captured by her eldest
sister Sri Pandé Sesari, proclaim as the national language of Bali. This king
died in 371 AD. and was succeeded by King Adhipati Guna Priya and in the year
412 had replaced the Balinese language by Javanese after he married at that
time formed kingdom on Java (Sri Wijaja.) In honour of this
marriage, he gave an edict in Balinese and Javanese. The Balinese was not back
off, because it was the language of instruction. But the official language for
all correspondence was Javanese.


This dynasty was in the year 500 succeeded by
Bhupathi Dharmadaya. After this prince died in the year 533 riots broke out
among the people, so that the new sovereign Sri Dharmadaya in 546 issued an
edict in Balinese and the more than century-old tradition of Javanese language
gave way again to the Balinese, who after all was proclaimed as the official
court language during the reign of Bhupathi Gunapriya. Also, this dynasty
perished in 594, and was replaced by Sri Gunapriya with her husband Bhupathi
Dharmapatni. Also at this dynasty came to an end, and were followed by Sri
Erlanggha with her husband a Balinese nobility Udhayana. Sri Erlanggha had a
keen interest in philosophy and black magic. In addition, she practiced as a
student of the Penu-lisan (Monastery of the Vishnuh-Society at the
mountain Penulisan) the Picasa teaching. She saved many lives and
therefore have defeated many enemies by that knowledge, but was banned by
Pandhitoh Bhiwandi for her recklessness and increasing interest in the application
of Picasa instruction and devilry. Nevertheless, she remained banned in the
mountains persist in evil, and she died in the year 670 in the middle of the
Bali Siti (the indigenous people who were in the mountains retreated after
the arrival of many Indians in the Indonesian archipelago.) Later in
history she became notorious under the name Rangdha whose story is recorded in
the Barong Dance. She also is reflected as the evil goddess Dhurgah.




The youngest son of that dynasty (Bali Dynasty) Adhipathi Anak Wungsu
ascended the throne after the death of his father in 683, and married with
Udhayana 691, an East Javanese princess Putri-Singosari and by this marriage,
which was the main link in a frost marriage, he was crowned in 696 as ruler of
East Java where he reigned for 20 years. Moreover, he was ruler over a large
part of Bali. He was the king who founded many monuments. But he died in 723,
and thus the relationship between Java and Bali has been permanently disrupted.
In 726 the Radhin, the new king of East Java of Singosari Dynasty, sent an army
to Bali to subdue them.


… The widow of Anak-Whungsu, the East Javanese
queen Putri Singosari was a cousin of the prince, was taken in prison and sent
to East Java. After the death of Bhupatos Radhin of Singosari, there came an
end to his dynasty and the kingdom of Majapahit in 785 took over the
sovereignty of Bali.




The Majapahit dynasty was an association of Hindu princes under one heading,
and consisted of nine (9) dynasties scattered across the archipelago. These
were the Klungkung dynasty, dynasty Karangashem, Mhengwi dynasty, Bhadung
Dynasty (now called the Den Pasar), the Bhangli dynasty, Ghianyar dynasty,
dynasty Bhuleleng and Jembarang dynasty. All the progenies of the dynasties
mentioned above have as their ancestors never issued to the Islam.


… Later in history, Bali became a true haven
for the remaining nobility, at the time of the emerging colonial rule. This
situation arose major changes in the 16th century, and so it happened that in
1590 a fleet of Houtman brothers appeared on the north coast and Bali looked
like a fairy tale place and stayed there to go there in the population. They
ranted like animals against the people present. This was the beginning of the
End of Bali and the nobility. Surakarta a Susuhunan was appointed by
colonialists. This contributed in 1750 his alleged rights to “Bali”
over to the Dutch. And the suppression of Bali by the Dutch was thus a fact of


In Bhadung a recruitment site for indigenous
slaves came about, which at that time was already quite normal for the
Dutchmen. Many Balinese were enslaved, sold and exported to almost all parts of
the world, especially the former Javanese, Hindu and other indigenous nobility
has very heavy suffer. Former kingdoms were massacred by the colonialists,
exiled and a substantial portion of the progenies of nine dynasties were
enslaved and sold to the highest bidder colonialist at the time. As a result,
life right now all over the world are spreading progenies of these ancient
kingdoms. Balinese slaves were very popular because they were beautiful,
developed and good-natured.  In 1812 two Javanese Councils demanded
the rights of Bali, these were the princes Councils Bhuleleng and Ratu
Karangashem. After this the Dutchmen sent a punitive expedition that these
should shut up.



About that says the doctrine of

“Forgiveness of them (= the native collaborators), which committed
ancestral treason can only be made good by doing puputan only then it expresses
remorse in relation to the ancestors who were betrayed, massacred and submitted
with the enemy .”




Six hundred years after chr. originated in the Indian Archipelago a dynasty
that would go into the history (6th to the 10th century) as one of
the most powerful kingdoms supported by the Vishnuh-Society. The Erlanggha
dynasty is Balinese origins began with Crown Prince Erlanggha which was half
Balinese; married a granddaughter of King Sinduk who ruled the East Javanese
first Mataram kingdom, located in the rich valleys of the Brantas and the Solo
River. Anno 670 AD., this has left an inscription (the present
Malang) which he had intended to release thanks to its Hindu-Buddhist
parents for a memorial, the direct descendants of Vishnuh. Seven Vishnuh
generations were king, including Central Java were important states emerge, but
however it had no influence on East Java. All these states were affected­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
by Indian contribution, but remained to the end of their dynasty powerless.


With Prince Erlanggha the links between Java and
Bali were highly cited, though Bali was to East Java in a subordinate position. Erlanggha
had his court in East Java. Although he was one of Balinese descent he received
from his Javanese wife power over Java.


… The Erlanggha dynasty was truly a great
country director with great authority, but shortly before his death he divided his
empire to avoid fratricidal war between his seven sons. Because of this
distribution, the bond between the seven brothers was made unwavering.
Thus, the power of Java in the hands of the seven princes of the dynasty
Erlanggha united in the name KEDIRI (mean even firmer) and there was
no one who committed anything against them. The capital of Kediri was at the
headwaters of the Brantas river south of the former Empire of Erlanggha.


… The word “Kediri” is derived from
the three oldest Lontar which the findings of the three founding fathers were
described, namely:


1 -. The “KSRDKHSY VSHN” includes the
teaching of the first Purusha-avatara, is the book in which the first ancestor
“GHRBHDKSY VSHN” renamed “Ida-Katut Panditoh” (145-250
AD.), The doctrine of earthly life and explaining the doctrine of the
differences between the atoms;


2 -. The “KHRBDKSY VSHN” includes the
teaching of the Second Purusha-avatara, is the book in which the second
ancestor – “KRNDKHSY VSHN” renamed “Banjar
Pandé-Panditoh” (245-347 AD.), Which doctrine of procreation on earth
and the proliferation of several types of living beings, to create diversity;


3 -. The “KRNDKHMY VSHN” includes the
teaching of the third purusha-avatara renamed “Ida-Bagus
Panditoh” (343-453 AD.) This was the third patriarch who explain
the “Ngelmu palajaran Kebatinan songkoh pakempalan Vishnuh” (the
philosophical doctrine of Vishnuh) containing the doctrine which the
philosophical definition of the origin of the “life” underpinning.


The PURUSHA avatâra: 

1. Person of the male gender who bears the name of the matriarch, 
2. Tribe Vader, patriarch.  


In the ancient Indian Sanskrit always, missing
vowels. This was based on the spirit of the time when people had to make by
hand movement understood. Words in tone and pronunciation did not matter if
they only understood. The name of the first ancestor “Ksaridkhasiya
Vishnuh” and the second “Ghorbhidkusiya Vishnuh” and the third
name is “Kurunodkhamayi Vishnuh.”



The doctrine of “Vishnuh” says: 

“Knowing itself is irrelevant, but understanding itself is relevant. Let
the traditional names to preserve their piety as she was. Descendants befit
also to maintain, or so it exactly as it was described by our ancestors in
Lontar language and recorded as metaphorical inheritances for future




The seven sons of King Kediri were not only powerful but also possessed special
cultural gifts. The literature made  with the help of
the Vishnuh-Society under their reign flourished through. At the court
controlled every noble and royal relative’s poetry of “Kekawin” a
difficult rule-based Indian verse. Kekawin is a Javanese word and literally
means “marry”, and is based on a symbolic marriage between two
 , the ancient Sanskrit and Sanskrit-based Javanese language, which from
then on, that basis, “Kawi” was called. Hindu-Buddhist literature was
a source of inspiration, but the verses themselves were pure “Kawi”.
This is the original old Javanese, which formed the basis of all Javanese
language derived from Sanskrit. The now famous Ramayana was written in old
Javanese, and the career of their father Erlanggha was sung in the famous
Arjuna Wiwahan (Kekawin), the marriage of Arjuna. The Kediri dynasty was
succeeded in 1054 by the Singosari dynasty. 




Ramayana is a Sanskrit word and is about a Vedic epic in which the example of a
perfect prince is told, and in which a similar course of action has been
established that an avatar (man-god) must comply. So, Ramayana is an
autobiographical tale of history which refers to a person’s way of life in
which his wisdom, heroism, good deeds, etc., forms the centrepiece of his
Ramayana. Under these rules, many ancient Indian princes of the Indian
Archipelago is proclaimed themselves to an Avatara (including Avatar),
whose lives songs in history later received a place in Ramayana stories with
all the bells and whistles. Using this knowledge, almost every leader and
kingdom described his own epic (Ramayana.) Ramayana has today become
a household, which, as it currently stands there and like so many other
concepts to be bandied about is used in “their own” mysticism.



 THE Singosari 

The name “Singosari” was originated from the Javanese, the symbolic
reference to the origin of the first king of Singosari Adhipathi Kangghrok
Rajasa (1054 – 1302 AD.) The name Singosari means “He who wears
a style skirt.” SING = “He who”, or “the one”. The
“O” stands for dhingo that “wear or put on” means, and
“Sari or Sarong” is the Indian word for style skirt. The main
Singosari prince was Kertaneghara, son of Kangghrok Rajasa. Kertaneghara was
dedicated in 1154 to King and died in 1250. Kertaneghara began to build the
Javanese Empire and hoped doing to spread his power over the whole Archipelago.
He was a supporter of Tantrism and was even ordained as a Buddhist deity.


…. However, the dynamic foreign policy gave
Kertaneghara extraordinary amount of problems with the most powerful empire in
all of Asia, namely the kingdom of China, where a Mongol dynasty ruled the Yuan
Dynasty (1266-1372), which was established by Kublai Khan. The emperors of
this dynasty were as dynamic as Kertaneghara which creates a Mongol invasion of
Java. Kertaneghara began his career as a king with the conquest of Bali, after
which he was eager to Sumatera. He mobilized shown a strong army and made a
fierce attack on Malayu (Moluccan), which he subsequently won. The Raja of
Malayu accepted as a sign of submission a temple image of Kertaneghara’s
father as a symbol of Sigosari’s power. While Kertaneghara made 
 war on Sumatera, his own country experienced dangerous problems because a
native prince named Jaya Katawang rebelled and did a quick onslaught on
Singosari which he subsequently won….


…. When Kertaneghara arrived at his kingdom
and his men it was already half occupied by Jaya Kata Wang. Nevertheless, he
urged his armies struggle to fight the rebels and despite the fierce battle he
had the worst of it. The troops of Jaya Katawang stormed, looted and burned
Singosari and killed Kertaneghara in a cruel manner, he revived strung on a
stick and left to dry. His army captain (Wijayah) who also
Kertaneghara son had escaped and hastened to the island Madunten, where it
gathered a new army together with the help of the driver of that island. Wijaya
hoped fervently to suppress the rebellion and bring Singosari to power again,
but the unexpected Mongol invasion intervened.


The Yuan dynasty wished within the Asian sphere
of influence to have no mighty empire on the Archipelago. During the reign of
Kertanegara was expected of him, that he filed his Chinese “elder
brother” (the Chinese Emperor) in recognition to send annually a
decent tribute (tax) as a thank you if Kertaneghara call himself
ruler of his own little country. The power-hungry Kertaneghara did not even
been up to, in fact, the Chinese court had once sent an envoy, who came to ask
for the tribute. This was in fact never happened because China had such a weak
emperor on the throne, that Kertaneghara default is believed to be able to
afford. Sending an envoy experienced Kertaneghara as an insult, because he felt
that the easy times in order walked slowly, he also left the ears of the
Chinese envoy cut and he sent him back to Kublai Khan. By the coming and going
of envoys, who had to make a long journey, with slow ships, that interim did to
several ports to trade was lost lot of time. By the time Kublai Khan could send
a large Mongolian army by ship to Singosari Kertaneghara had been slain and on
East Java was a civil war between Wijaya and Jaya Katawang.



The doctrine of “Vishnuh” says the
following about it: 

“So one is a human being, and so one is a beast, but the difference
between these two extremes is hidden in the existing fact, which differentiates
and reality fraternal lead a life. Mankind is the most dangerous, deadly and
bloodthirsty predator, which walking around the globe.”



THE DYNASTY Mojopahit 

The name Mojopahit or Maöspahit s derived from the bitter fruit of
the Mojo Tree. This vast empire arose after the Kediri dynasty in the 10th
century and ceased to exist in the 16th century. The Majapahit was the last
Javanese empire which was supported by the Society in 1388, until the last
progeny (Rajasamankara) of Mojopahit died. For the Vishnuh-Society
there was no reason present to further support this principality. The fact that
the Vishnuh-Society supported this empire was because the Rajasamankara was a
faithful member. After the death of the king of Majapahit dynasty,
the Kropaks were transferred to the Vishnuh-Society – like most royal
families did in those days. The empire was then used as the basis to Islam
through the treacherous cousins  of the dead king. The centre was situated on the
lower reaches of the Brantasrivier, the court of the king was one of the
largest royal courts that have ever existed in Java. This empire was so famous
that many subsequent rulers claimed they descended from the Hindu kings of
Maospahit where nothing was true. Every other person respecting court at that
time did his best to look as much as possible because they wanted to be given
civilized. Even a king of Borneo (the present Kali Manten) went to
the court of Majapahit, not only for the good manners, but also to test the
polity of his reign.


 … The influence of the Majapahit has
been immense and still everywhere to note currently of the Archipelago. In the
architecture on East Java can still be found everywhere the “split gate”
and even in everyday life has one still remains as silent witnesses of this
ancient culture.


… During the Majapahit dynasty, a great
revolution took place slowly but surely entailed the end of this empire. It
began with the onset of the Islam (1396) and their propagation,
albeit slowly, but eventually it meant their demise. Also at that time there
came a division between coast and country. Maospahits power and wealth was
based mainly on the fertile land they possessed, making them exceptionally harvest
good rice. There was so much rice on which they could start a major export,
this rice was then sent to coastal ports and traded from there….


….. Those who were engaged in the trade were
Muslims, who gradually and “quite” friendly and premeditated imported
the new religion, were the coastal areas already converted to the Islam in the
14th century. But there was more at that time. In West Java was the state Sunda
and Majapahit was interested to bring this realm within its sphere of
influence. The most logical method seemed like a marriage between a Sundanese
princess and the prince of Maospahit, which was usual in peaceful politics. But
this manoeuvre took the Mojopahit misconstrue, Sunda saw this marriage as the
union of equal partners; Mojopahit but saw it as an elegant form of
tribute (= tax), this resulted in a heavy battle that ended with the
demise of the Sunda dynasty.


… The princess, however, was taken prisoner to
marry yet the Majapahit king, but she committed suicide because her father, the
whole family branch and its veterans were slain in battle, whatever would be a
great shame if she were still married, despite everything with the murderer of
her family clan….


… Almost all of Sumatera was ruled at that
time by Muslim rulers, as well as the north coast of Java and the other islands
and even in the Philippines, the Mindanao which itself is still a Muslim state,
and this was the cause of major problems which still always propagates.
Malacca, however this did not lag, and was led by Iskandar Shah of
Palembang (from 1420) for three centuries dominated.


… During the 16th century it was one that
could exert to have power over all the power of the sea. The whole trade was
now in Muslim hands especially valuable spices, and the Islam was also
consolidated (= fixed and made 
 preserved) and
that was the end of the once powerful Majapahit empire. The Raja and the court
of Majapahit fled to East Java, where the empire still had enormous influence
that still can be seen from the Hindu-Balinese society there. Everywhere on the
Archipelago were Muslim states arise in Sumatra were that Pasai and
Aceh (speak out. Atjee) Java Banten, Tuban, Gresik, and many others; Celebes (Sulawesi
= current) the Bugis; but Java emerged Islam, mixed with mysticism, with a
place for old “legends”, literature and the presence of the rice
goddess Dewi Sri, which is still clearly visible in the Indian Archipelago.




Despite the fact that the archipelago was colonized since the 14th century by
fluctuating sea powers, various Indian peoples still had their own king. The
Vishnuh-Society decided not to intervene after the invasion of greedy foreigners (including
Portugal, England and the Netherlands) or to offer any help to the then
established Javanese kingdoms. This is because the society felt that the Indian
nation leaders once had to find themselves at first-hand how it really feels to
be dominated by other greedy religious powers and other cruel rulers so that
they have a clear understanding of what they their Hindu ancestors had done in
degrading manner and without any apparent remorse of conscience.



Thus, says the doctrine of

“We do not provide assistance to religious adherents, people informers and
collaborators, because these are the ones that have not a shred of
responsibility for others. Likewise, the greedy and treacherous man has no
place with us. For such people, we are just happy and forgiving, after the
gravedigger buried deep soaking their body and the last sod above has tamped.
We forgive only after the last root of the enemy is destroyed.”



The Vishnuh-Society believed the indigenous
people, leaders and supporters of the Indian Archipelago, because they had
their Hindu ancestors betrayed by their ancestral cultural value pass to
Muslims, therefore logically had to seek assistance by them. The Indian people
had to turn to their “holy” Muslim brothers for any help. Those were
their new guardians who came along with their new God, called Allah?…


…. But with the arrival of other greedy
overseas foreigners, were the Portuguese, Dutch and other malicious
settlers, this holy Arab Muslim let their newly acquired Indian Muslim
family and brothers in war cowardly and treacherous in the lurch by leaving
swiftly with conspecifics and their own family clan to their native country
Arabia after leaving a mess infrastructure. There were also the followers,
although remained sitting where they were, because the collaborators in regal
robes had their scheming long been ready in anticipation of what is to come. In
addition, they rejoiced at the thought of the huge profits that lay ahead in
collaboration with the new invaders.




The misconduct of Islam in relation to the Aboriginal peoples, was among the
population followed by supporters of the Muslims. The Vishnuh-Society reported
that during the rise of Islam there (1447-1565), most of the natives and
the majority of the Minangkabauwse population in the western part of Sumatra
are all attended to Moslimmisme had converted. After they had acceded to Islam,
they had many of their ancient customs preserved, as they were not quite sure,
despite their dominance of the reliability of their new gods.




The Sumatran society was built on the mother’s right, what was in direct
conflict with their new “true” Learn from the Walli-jullah Mohammed.
Initially, this caused no problems until a few Minangkabauwse Mecca pilgrims in
Arabia came into contact with the fanatical sect of the Wahabis. After their
return from Mecca they began to preach the stricter form of the Moslem
faith on Sumatera and other liberated areas. This was rewarded with a large
number of followers so that the “Padri’s” (this was the name
that these fanatics gave themselves), could easily reinforce their ranks and
expand. This based on Western Crusades way of saving souls got more grip on the
Archipelese population.



THE DIVINE Fanaticism 

However, the fanaticism of these Padri’s (= religious
murderers) reached so far as to whole villages and tribes in the
surrounding area who would not belong to their ranks or join overpowered
violently and tyrannized. The word “Padri” is derived from the
Spanish-Portuguese word for Father (= religious spiritual). And the cruel
behaviour of these Padri’s relative to its own people, guided by the
“Koran” they took over from the stories of the Eastern and Western
settlers of time so that Padri’s (= Minangkabauwers) were still more
cruel towards their own countrymen. The shameless stories of the proud Muslims
and Catholics in which the stories of their former crusades, soul’s yachts,
witch hunts and inquisitions on behalf of their “God” were condoned,
made  the Padri were to repent of their own species and other native peoples to
Islam more fanatical…


…. The Islamic and Catholic missionaries were
quite delighted about the cruel and ruthless way their predecessors had
previously won souls on behalf of their holy spirit. According to the
religious thinking of the time domination of other peoples, after all, could
only be done by using the edge of the sword, and in the name of their saviour,
the great saviour. And all their inhumane acts and other human rights
violations against the innocent and the vulnerable humanity of that time were,
according to this religion professors of the calibrated method chosen by God.
Thus, soul’s hunts were organized, from tyranny and for the benefit of
themselves at the time. This was at the time and now all inspired by and under
the influence of religious writings, which was/ is a license to kill, to your
heart’s content, to plunder the poor and subject population to suppress and
destroy or on behalf of the will of their “own”
interpreted (sadistic) God….


….. Soon the insinuations of the
Vishnuh-Society were all true towards the settlers, according to include the
history in which the great majority of the Indian peoples afterwards realized
that the theories of these “Padri and the Wali and the Germanic
missionaries focused were destroying their original Hindu-Buddhist culture
systems. Thus, the Indian population lived in the early years of the demise of
their, hated by the missionaries, culture system as a nightmare. The practices
of these Padri were similar to the behaviour of the moedjaheddins (Arabic
= someone who delivers armed struggle for Islam) just as the actions of
the Catholic Church and the European knights during their hunt for souls for
the church, hunting for witches, the hunt for dissenters and hunt for heretics.
They were non-believers were called heretics. The word heretic is Greek for
someone who is different from the generally accepted standards (see also
Sudra). “Thus, ended the Indian people are becoming more and more in the
hands of the oppressors…..


The Vishnuh-Society so had seen the satisfactory
progress: “The new overseas foreigners (Europeans and other human
predators) just wanted to make money, looking to conquer and foreign
peoples predominate, because after all war led to big profits and they could  therefore
easily boost the prices of the condiments of the conquered territories.



About that says the teaching of Vishnuh: 

“One greedy man does not differ much from the other greedy people, they
are both controlled by arrogance, conceit, envy, lust for power and




With the advent of the Muslim propagators, the Walli-jullah’s began the
renunciation of parental duties and the neglect of the Adat was massively fact
among indigenous peoples and principalities. Because of Islam intrigue and
other Muslim infamies was the Indian population, partly by their own credulity
and partly through naivety, annexed on their own territory and later humiliated
under the yoke of Islam in various degrading manner, horribly oppressed,
betrayed, finally destroyed and subjected to the Muslims Authority. So, the
people went in Islam, stripped of all its ancestral dignity and stripped of her
ancestral pride and ancient culture. This was the beginning of their
“KUWALAT” (Natural punishment.)


 The manageable thesis of
the Vishnuh-Society thereon heralded then as follows: 

“Whoever burns his buttocks should also sit
on the blisters.


The Doctrine of Vishnuh says regarding the
Indian people of the following:


“The colonial domination which the Indian
peoples underwent  in complete helplessness should be regarded as the
natural punishment (Kuwalat). The “Kuwalat” is the fate of
deserters and traitors, this is the punishment they justly deserve for all they
have done unscrupulously to their own Hindu ancestors with the
help of Muslim missionaries. In addition, they had a lot of fun and carefree
enjoyed the full support of the Muftis (= Arabic Islamite lawyer and
counsellor), who were part of the first Arab missionaries and Muezzins (=
Arabic mosque officer with the task of believers to call for the obligatory
prayer “salat”) that brotherly systematically strapped the
throat of the Indian population on a violent way. And this happened, of
course, in the name of Allah.”



There began the decline of the Indian peoples of
the archipelago, which is clear from the experience of later settlers under
whose authority they gladly arranged. (The Dutch, Portuguese etc) the
new settlers were indeed contrary to the Muslim leaders in the early days of
colonization gentle, so it seemed at first, until these new people killers at a
given moment showed their true nature. Then came the archipelese population and
the new collaborationist Muslim kings a renewed era of misery, torture, mass
repression and genocide by their new gods.



Thus, says the doctrine of “Vishnuh” 

“The Indian people have just been doing the work which their former
leaders (the native nobility) had done, namely “consorting with
the enemy”, and, despite their collusion with the enemy of the people it
all parties not survived so good, because they were considered by the foreign
rulers as people traitors of the worst kind. During that time the people
snitches fared just as bad as those who then governed by the settlers, were
tortured and disgraced. Therefore, we are also not a fan of the countries and
peoples who have not learned from the past, present thus continue in the same
established by the colonial lifestyle. Those who swear by the religion teach of
their former oppressors are despicable traitors to their own ancestors and
culture. They have almost nothing of himself, almost everything is from
another, that never will be theirs.”




The massive land and ancestral betrayal by the Indian nations and the like in
the early days of colonization by foreign powers in the Indian Archipelago,
began first with the authorization of the moslimmisme in their own ranks, and
the 1st century dating Hindu culture subordinate was made to the Islamic
infrastructure and subservient to Islam. It was in the later history aroused
the impression that Muslims were the founders of the hundreds of Indian states
which already existed at that time in the Archipelago. The second phase of the
folk and ancestral betrayal came with the arrival of Western power


….. Understand it well, foreign land thieves
and people exploiters including, Muslims, the Portuguese, the Dutch, the
British and the Japanese, during their crusades in the archipelago, all states
and village communities who did not everything they wanted, burned from
wilful intent and subject to their authority. Finally, they gave it as a gift
to their loyal native helpers. Each time after a colonial massacre or
destruction of an existing Indian law, built the settlers in the same place
their own town Western-style (Sat Batavia, Jakarta) as if they are
responsible or have been building and the infrastructure of many Indian
states and communities of the Indian Archipelago. The former rulers (=
treacherous Javanese nobility and their “new brothers = the Muslim
scum”) were oppressed by the new rulers. “Chickens come home to




Corporal punishment that the indigenous peoples then underwent with much sorrow
and helplessness, came when these do not reveal sympathy for the settlers. First
you had the Tandil and Mandòr mediator between management and laborers. This
Tandils and Mandors got new work people made  a certain
percentage wage and or received appointment as foreman, they differ from the
usual work people through their clothes, a ridiculous hat, oversized shoes, and
a stick as a sign of dignity, while they had to have access to a hard voice to
instruct, command, which almost always snarling, and screaming were given
orders. The majority of these foremen came after the Second World
War (50’s) rushed to the Netherlands and thanks to their high merit
of the archipelago sinecure staff positions occupied here; including parquet
guard, auxiliary officer, tell-justice, police, etc….


…. Many native traitors were there on the
Indian Archipelago despite the mortal danger present there as collaborators and
traitors to expect. That this group their presences in the archipelago would
not survive was obvious. They were, after all, in the eyes of the oppressed
Indian people greedy ilk, that were helping the settlers with the
slaughter of all indigenous peoples of the Indonesian archipelago. These were
the colonial traitors of their own tribe or nation fraternally with the enemy
no cruelly butchered, and all these outrages were committed for personal gain.
Moreover, many a foreman drove often profiteering among his coolies, so he put
them totally dependent on him, they forced the coolies among others to purchase
items that are far above market value, and settled them than such advances, these
among them standing coolies the new season started with an old debt. On this
basis, they require them to keep working. On the plantation or in the mine. The
foremen made 
 large profits, and it is therefore not
surprising that the activity of these superintendents notorious for playing
dice pilots, as well as opium sales increased significantly….


…. Then there were the old-timers (=
laukehs) and reliable agents of the colonial exploiters (=
kleh-thaus), who often returned to their native land to recruit novices, they
did so primarily for a premium. Then you had the field coolies who were helped
by inexperienced forces their called Kongsikang (aid workers), they walked
through the heavy mining work often with smelly leg wounds and received a thank
you the epithet Kongsikang. The composition of this word (=
Kongsikang) took its origin from the Chinese and the Javanese language,
“Kongsi” means unfavourably corporation, firm, Fig club or clique,
and “Kang” is the Javanese word for “brother”. The word
“Kongsi Kang,” was also used during the colonial rule, as a term of
abuse, especially when one accomplice Chinese foremen or as a tell-tale.
However, the Dutch used this word as a term of abuse against Chinese helpers,
because the stinky leg wounds that recruited half-Chinese native helpers
sustained during the heavy work in the mines and on the land. New arrivals from
China singkehs were (= means he who gives) mentioned, these were
groups of men that the preparatory work (felling of forest, cleaning the
fields) did, who were forced, depending on the terrain aspects also
constantly changed their work situation and workplace. 




Chinese coolies (= Sanskrit word for porters, lower worker) initially
had the upper hand, but by the 19th century there was any change in this
situation. They went on to increase the number of Javanese laborers and because
they came as a family began with the appointment of women and child labor. This
new working group was composed of Indians and Batak, Malays, Boyans, Klings,
Bandjarezen and Siamese, Balinese, Sundanese, Javanese, etc. Among the newly
arrived female coolies were several aged 10 to 14 years and were used for both
light work as sorting and bundling tobacco leaves, weeding bedding plants, but
also for the heavier work such as gravel dredging, rock beat, bear tons of
Chinese foremen and Hollanders carried away and emptying, etc….


…. Besides the fact that they were doing this
work also came in, they had the night to offer their bodies for a piece of
stale bread and must compensate any who wanted to donate food. These women were
in fact what wages strongly held back by men; apart from the fact that they,
men, women and children are often at harvest time were obliged, to deeply
outside in the night, had to work if they wanted to get to survive a certain
minimum income, which was just enough to not have to die. Fathers selling
daughters to keep their heads above water. And if it does not work as quickly
progressed, they were threatened by wage deductions that they felt compelled to
keep on working until bam….


….. In this degrading manner the original
aboriginal people were ruthlessly exploited. Repeated calls were made 
 to senior officials to end this exploitation. But the government did not
wish to engage in “native affairs” or “native interests”,
they’re not responsible for the way it was employed. No, they only received
what the government demanded, how or where and how it happened interested them
for no whit, if the money or goods but arrived. That Western government systems
at the time were all hypocritical nowadays easily recognized by their current
government policy, which is founded on legality….


…. Not even to mention the shameless way
pay-out took place during colonial rule and that many companies have made
themselves guilty, they gave their own money or self-made paper or metal discs
that only in their own company stores were valid as continued the money within
the company. Most of the coolies who were destitute on arrival just left
destitute when they came back home. Besides broke they additionally were even
more exhausted when their work contract was over.


…  I’m not even talking here about the
appalling and degrading conditions in barracks. Typically, there were no
“plumbing” such as toilets and washroom or no separate room for the
sick. The patient had to only 5 to 10 minutes’ walk to the river, but otherwise
not bathe or wash themselves. Usually lay the sick and healthy men, women and
children sleeping together. They lay on beds made 
 of wood or iron
wire with only a burlap bag underneath. In some cases, they had access to
discarded sheets. What hygiene was concerned, that was still far away. So, they
took it not so closely with hygiene because it was here anyway but the ordinary
working people, who alone is good enough for the hard work and thus good enough
to work to death….


…. Spend money on good nutrition and health
facilities for those workers, well no, something was regarded at the time as a
waste of money because their Bible says: “one should not cast pearls
before swine.” So, discrimination. Create additional costs for the work
people thought was bad money spent by employers. Thus, flourished alongside all
the forced labor under the watchful authority of the Dutch state. The coolies
who no longer cope with the challenging work and ran away were using tracing
letters and violence retrieved for forced labor. And as a deterrent to the
remaining work people were the runaway coolies in front of everyone was
given a horrific beating, moreover the victim became after the beating
doused with salt water.



First there was the punishment pole, after being roughly fixed gagged, one was
scourged by a certain kind of rope that deep wounds left behind (specially
prepared rattan certain thickness soaked in water) with a specially
learned stroke technique for maximum impact. That the foremen were good at
assaulting fellow men, is evident from the sadistic torture techniques learned
from their colonial masters. So, from who are these people traitors all learned
such atrocities? And who taught them to kill their own kind ? of …. and
by the colonial rulers, of course ….


…. This deterrent and repugnant tortures were
committed under the guise of the biblical saying “does not spare the
rod” also entered the settlers assumed that this was the only way to tame
the inferior indigenous people.  Those who stick, or cane strokes were
punished them were clearly visible injury or mutilation, many women who
underwent this runaway punishment bringing about a miscarriage or in full-term
or part of a full term stillborn baby….


….  Where I am always back to worse
is the farce, the smokescreen that Eurasians present in the Netherlands and
former Indonesia-goers others to keep the stories about the peaceful Indonesia
of yesteryear, the prosperity of the past, the plantations and the babus and
countless other servants they had. These are those who have inherited
traitor-blood and walk along jauntily to show off.


 During the assimilation period of the
Islamic community in the archipelago in 1447, the haughty Javanese nobility
from several other states showed a great interest in the new belief in God. And
soon they could be persuaded by Walli’s to convert to the Islam.

Because of this insidious Javanese nobility and using a legion greedy homegrown
rapscallion, whose power by the people was felt, could the Muslims coming from
Arabia propagators expand their religion with the greatest of ease (the
Society has the malignant process of the first sixty (60 ) Walih programs
described in its Kropaks (textbooks.)



Thus, says the doctrine of “Vishnuh”:

“The danger lies in their own familiar circle, because the thought
system (= the brains) of man represents and is home to the”
danger “itself. Therefore, everyone must first clarify the loyalty of the
people in his security in critical situations immediate surroundings. Proceed
by repeatedly in doubt situations to refer to, the question to himself, “I
love myself enough?” The answer is positive, take measures against
unexpected unpleasantness, but the answer is negative, then you must, as
already described also without prejudice to continue taking measures against
unexpected situations and events. And never trust especially your own



It is therefore necessary to protect themselves
in all cases describes the Doctrine of Vishnuh: 

“Today is today, tomorrow is a new day breaks, and after this day comes
another one, and so on, but do not forget that every day is as short and as
long. Try not to know but to understand then one will realize that this is
quite that bad. Humans are inherently unpredictable. “


 The Vishnuh-Society itself has always
wished to live in remote  uninhabitable areas, preferably with
minimal tribes in its immediate vicinity. But why?



About that the doctrine of “Vishnuh”
says the following: 

“It is not the man we fear, but what we fear is the essence of ourselves.
We are basically non-violent, but who defies us will die which undoubtedly will
be joined by his entire tribe or family. Fighting is not fine, but if the enemy
very much like to fight, we always hit as hard as possible to allow the
pugnacious enemy battlefield remains alert anxiously in the future and if the
enemy is big, we cut them from the bottom down, because even large trees can we
cut down. Fighting is not recreation, but an unpleasant necessity.”



In the spirit of those turbulent times of yore
of headhunting cannibal’s indigenous peoples and tribes with strange
“eating habits”, so too were some proteges blindsided belonging to
the guild messenger of the society, slain and eaten. In response, the Vishnuh
Fellowship wiped out by the history of the Indian Archipelago a legion of these
strains without mercy. In these settlements were never made 
 prisoners, because it does not fit within the philosophical worldview of
the society.



The doctrine of “Vishnuh” says:


“An enemy one should not feed or care for
there is too much time in it that we can better use otherwise. It’s unheard of
to give shelter to lust murderers and robbers. Trying to kill and rob
… for us means “you have slain and robbed” because if it was the
enemy managed to eradicate us we had already perished. Therefore, we have no
excuse for people and tribes, who seek to overwhelm or to kill peace-loving
peoples. And precisely because forgive and forget the enemy is part of the
Human Nature we act as such; finish first so that we can forgive and forget
everything soon. One can only forgive and forget his enemy when there is no
longer a risk from that angle. Only when the root of the enemy is destroyed,
one can forgive and forget, and continue the bloody experience the
impermissibility to commit an unlawful act against an innocent creature or
tribe, to everyone both friend and foe are clear and that these life
experiences and wins continue in mutual respect and understanding as vivid
memories in the histories of the victor.”


So, says the teaching of Vishnuh:


“Who is guilty will hear one day in a
fraction of a second, a whizz of a klewang, this is the last one still
will hear of life.”




The world looked at that bloodthirsty time anywhere very different from today.
However, the people looked no different in appearance, but they thought quite
different compared to worldly things and had a very peculiar view of life and
world view after that from tribe to tribe, from population to population, from
village to village and from family to family very different from each other…


… Especially the concepts of life, which
could mean great danger and survival of the Vishnuh-Society and could
undermine the welfare of peaceful tribes were reasons enough for the society to
have a thorough approach, Babhatan = extermination, against possible hostile
tribes deem necessary. Except hostile people and carnivorous tribes there
were groups that were not hostile at all. Therefore, it was very important to
know the diverse philosophies of these human flesh-eating and other common
native tribes.



Thus, says the doctrine of Vishnuh: 

“We want to live like them and prefer to live in peace with everyone,
because the world is also-for everyone.”




Two essential factors determined by the Vishnuh-Society always the decision to
destruction of a bloodthirsty tribe:


1. Those who kill by their bloodthirsty nature,

2. Those who kill in the wild road under



The doctrine of “Vishnuh” argues this
as follows:


“Those who do not want to see the
difference between peace-loving people, malicious strains and innocent
creatures, are the violators of life. And this violation can only be accounted
for by “Babhatan” (full eradication of the enemy
tribe) because it will have no more right to life.”



  It is through the centuries and in
the later development of history of the Archipelago revealed that numerous
peaceful and not resilient strains did not survive the confrontation with these
unscrupulous indigenous peoples by only talking and to that extent also could
never survive. The bloody scene that always was a gruesome scene of a massacre
is indescribable…


… And the scene of a massacre were prisoners
of this bloodthirsty natives, where they were still conscious, experience with
open eyes, nothing was spared these unfortunates before they themselves were
slain slow or gender. The peaceful and exemplary culture of some of their
captured prisoners was clearly not an exception to be eligible for pardon
by these cannibals…


… The bloodthirsty tribes lusted after all,
everything that moved but whatever theory or way of life of their prey.
Moreover, their oral tradition ancestral Adat already writes for centuries,
“Everything is edible, it’s eat or be eaten.”



Thus, says the doctrine of Vishnuh:


“Because we know this as we have never had
the intention to pet them or pampering, but our position was as normally ‘head
off, and ready”, and in lack of food, we roasted the bodies and ate them
with relish. During that time, it was indeed “eat or be eaten.”
Civilization was or not, if one was not a cannibal then one did become

 Bon Appetit



So, says the doctrine of Vishnuh:


“In ancient times the Indian archipelago
was this: Whether you had civilization and principles or not, all was not
relevant, because if one was not a cannibal, one became definitely one. There
was a time in which the desire for survival, so the famine, was stronger than
any other civilization. Also, the gods were eating, unfortunately they were
later eaten by their worshipers. It was eaten or be eaten. Also, we have let
our enemies tastes delicious. Who wanted to survive at the time, had to eat
what was on the menu.”?



From here were these bizarre habits and
histories recorded as well as the descriptions of many battles delivered by the
Vishnuh-Society against predatory headhunting tribes, whose precepts and
bloodthirsty habits their written emergence occurred during the history by the
Vishnuh-Society (anno 148), under the authority of Mahapanditòh Banjar
Pandé-in Candi Suwung which was located on the lower reaches of the Mahakam
river in central Java.



ANNO 1800 

In the 18th century the Vishnuh-Society decided to pull himself back and left
together with the remaining progenies of the Majapahit dynasty from Bali,
Borneo (Javadvipa), Celebes and Java, Eastward the equator next over water
and land, and ended in 1860 via Africa on the continent of South America. The
“Pencak-Silat” combat doctrine was entirely alone in their own order
passed to members of the Ida-Bagus dynasty. In this passage, the society took
its ancestral Pusaka’s note, which is always carefully preserved as the
metaphorical inheritances of the Vishnuh-Society, and always faithfully
transferred from generation to generation within its own order….


…. The Indian Archipelago was not the only
place that it derived from India Hindu-Buddhist priests did to clear from the
entries in the records of the Vishnuh-Society of the Chinese province of
Buan-Ya (the current Huang) and the Chinese martial arts Kung Fu.
Also, there are Indian priests of yore created a community, this monastery is
near a village. The location of the village priests did have contact with the
villagers in the area. 


Pencak-Silat is not a sport. At that time people
did not knew the concept of sport as is currently the case. At that time
disputes between kingdoms and their armies were settled on the battlefields
where they fought to the death, and not for sport or for a cup, but to defend
their lives against the enemy or against evil tribes.


… At that time the natural conditions, as
such, it would be highly advisable for everyone is completely orientate their
own security and the environment. The vigilance with respect to the
immediate area was aimed at common hazards situations of that time to cope with
the co-responsibility and the role of the residential community as a unit often
very heavy was put to the test….


…. Unfortunately, kingdom after kingdom
wanted more show of power using the combat doctrine of the Hindu-Buddhist


… There are many former indigenous kingdoms
continued during the centuries of colonial oppression by various powers,
exiled, killed and destroyed, and finally expelled from their ancestral tribal
lands and utterly deprived of the territories of their ancestors. Many former
rulers and abundantly present civilizations died by the puputan. As a
result, they took conscious people and royal secrets to the grave. Since the
Indian Archipelago too much has happened.



WHAT IS Puputan MEAN? 

Puputan is a mass or collective suicide of a kingdom and her court as a defeat
is inevitable in order to keep honour to himself. In addition, the good must
suffer the evils. In this way, large pieces folk history of the Indian
Archipelago lost and are nowadays hard to trace. Masses leading progenies
believed in rehabilitation through puputan. But believe it took them only to



 WHAT IS “Lontar”? 

Lontar is the dried palm leaf of the Lontar palm. The Lontar palm (= the
Uwit Suwilan) is a tropical tree belonging to the family of
Palmea (or Arecaceae), with large leaves which are usually a tuft at the
end of the stem and usually without branches. Lontar books are so very old
books made  of dried palm leaves in which the ancient
Sanskrit and Lontar language, 195 learning of the “Vishnuh-Society”


…  Generally, there are Lontar
writings in several variations, this is because earlier “almost”
every principality wielded its own script in this present time for a small
portion can be deciphered by a handful of insiders. Families in a straight line
that is currently owned by Lontar books, are not able to refute their own
family Kropak itself, the conservatives among them do not feel the need to even
try this. This is because they are under the assumption that this
possibly might bring unpleasant consequences for them…


…. They are afraid to offend the ancestors or
grievances; others believe again that it is trying to translate from family
writings could lead to destructive consequences for future generations. Some
suggested that it will carry no endorsement of their ancestors and the evil of
things then be able to go stretch, regarding future progenies. Others find that
it unreadable part of their cultural heritage should be preserved with caution
and tribute in the pure form as a “poesaka.”


… A poesaka (= a family
heirloom) could be anything, for example,  weapons such as daggers,
striking and stabbing weapons, reading, Lontar books, poems, traditional
stories, relics, shadow puppets, etc.



THE KRIS, THE Pusaka’s 

What is a Keris (pronounce Kris) and meaning Wayang, and what are the
official and unofficial stories about this? Krisses be always used as family


 In heraldry (= Kawruh
Gegaman) of the Vishnuh-Society has made the following written:
“Every Kris or any weapon whatsoever, which applies as private property,
must comply with the requirements of a standard size, which must be added to
the structure of the user itself, so that it makes its own is adjusted.


… For example, the blade of a Kris must be
straight or wavy. The number of undulations must always be odd, and a good Kris
can require up to nine (9), and no more. If a Kris has more than the required 9
undulations, he must be then considered unquestionably as a bad Kris that
not holds the property for a real battle value. But in the course of
the archipelese history  there are a lot of daggers made 
 over NINE undulations and used in internal wars.


… Man has always shown that they have the gift
to exaggerate, it’s totally no need to give the Kris more than the required
NINE undulations. The application of multiple waves in this battle weapon in
the battle are bothersome because of her height and other factors such as
material strength, steel thickness, etc….


In other words, “A Kris with over 9
undulations is useless in combat and has no combat value at all and the magical
powers that be attributed to daggers are equally ridiculous. Many ancients
believed all the fabrications of their authors, but based on respect, we have
already recorded their fairy tales about the Kris. All the superstitions
surrounding the Kris was coined by the meddlesome Walli-jullah’s (= the
propagators of Islam).


… Later in history these fantastic stories
were exaggerated by later settlers and other stakeholders. Thus, the original
criteria of including the Kris and other Pusaka’s distorted under the influence
of the native collaborators of time and on behalf of the colonization and for
private and glory.”


Because of the Kris and other Indian relics are
a lot of myths in circulation include the “Kris Shri Condoh” and
“Kris Shri Ginje”. According to the records of the
Vishnuh-Society this Kris’ Shri Ginjé “was in charge of the 1st Mataram
dynasty made 
 from ten types of iron ore which were from ten
various places in the archipelago
 (the Sunda Islands).


… Shri Ginje was frequently used by the 1st
Mataram king (Adhipati Sanjaya) in various wars against a legion
native prince. After the death of Adhipati Sanjaya, The Kris “Shri Ginje”
was settled in his grave. During the takeover by the Muslim
propagators (the Walli’s) all kinds of old tombs were looted and are
homemade by the local population.


… Later in the 14th century it was said that
the manufacture of Shri Ginje supposedly five years has been confiscated, and
that a “Empu” (= armorer) the five-year manufacturing
procedure has based according to Islamic guidelines. This armorer
according to this story only on the Muslim Friday (Jemoewah) could
only strike one blow with his hammer on the blade. This was accompanied by
complex rituals and prayers, with the spot invented holy spells are not
missing. This  Kris would after he was off immediately hidden because
of the large forces he would radiate, and a man who approached too near the
storehouse died instantly….


…* Who actually was the armorer, who was
responsible for the production of these so-called great and deadly Kris
however (= Shri Ginje) they do not know to tell, and where the magic
Kris remained only the one knows to tell whose Kraton preserved
anxiously the stolen loot including the robbed ancestral property. Such
miraculous stories can be simply regarded as copious tales of oppressors and
stakeholders. This mystical story sounds exactly the same when they say,
“when it rains the angels are on the piss.”



The doctrine of “Vishnuh” says: 

“The magical display and kampong stories about the Kris and other various
tribal ancestral Pusaka are among the many Muslim oppression, superstitious and
religious fictions, which were used by the Muslim rulers to impression and
to charm the indigenous peoples of the Indian Archipelago. This increased
precisely the power of those oppressors. They were deemed by the simple Indian
natives as gods and glorified, and against gods could indeed be condemned, so
that the rulers also went behave according to them. For all meant at that time,
“what do not know will not hurt, because in the land of the blind one-eyed
man is king.”




“The Kris is also provided with a costume, this is the scabbard top
crowned with a Wrangka, a more or less boat-shaped cross piece of wood or ivory
can be. The sheath should be as nice and new and must also be in
exact  magic proportion to the Kris itself. The sheath is not good,
then unheard woes may be the result of it. The sheath should also always
be a strikingly beautiful wood and must be fitted from time to time with
embossed gold or silver…


… Additions of precious stones such as
diamonds and rubies make a Kris rather striking but give no additional
qualities. Because the Kris and its owner form a two-unit the owner shall
be always treated the Kris with the utmost love and reverence. Offerings of
flowers and incense are an absolute must, like the Kris also protect the man…


… New clothes are a necessity for antique
daggers and figuring this is a serious matter which very much depends, for a
Kris that are uncomfortable clothes you cannot trust. If someone wants to give
an honorary gift chooses a Kris, for a better and stronger gift does not

… The Kris should be seen as a weapon of a
very high level and is also a status symbol like no other…


… The Kris protects the owner, his family and
his house and home against every danger. Therefore, an old
family Kris belongs to the Pusaka (heirloom), the holy family
treasure that should never, ever be sold or waived as long as there are male

Over the few
aforementioned fantastic homegrown thinking about the Kris says the doctrine of
Vishnuh the following:


… “Most of it is nonsense, these are
the fanciful children’s stories of past rapscallions (= former
Hindu-Javanese princes) with their fanciful ideas and rules for their own
benefit and overblown rulers who subvert this drivel…


… All these mystical nonsenses were intended
mainly for the illiterate minds of that time to suppress the indigenous people
through mental violence (fearsome stories) with the goal to exploit.
The simple indigenous people believed all that and saw it also something
sacred, because they gave everything they had to their gods. Many died a
horrible starvation because they had no food for themselves more. So, the poor
gullible people were convinced sacred and starved to death follows.”


 “Only some of the above-indicated
traditions should be well considered and recognized as the symbolic
 or symbolic forces of Nature, because for manufacture of weapons, there was
no need for magic powers. There were neither divine powers or demonic
powers in the game to manufacture weapons but only manual labor. All the mystic
surrounding the “KRIS” is all just pure nonsense and
should  only be seen as a figment of the greedy, the evil and
religious humanity, which also had a large dose of conceit, excessive
self-exaltation accompanied by contempt for fellow human beings.”




Today appear “daggers” and ancestral Indian weapons to be very
popular collection objects, so the Kraton of “Jogya” and
“Solo” have a lot in the meantime, often stolen from someone else’s
grave. Sacrilege and looting began in the 15th century with the advent of
the Muslim propagators and had since been rife. Unnecessarily, the Indonesian
nobility was and is at all times the ringleader.




Forging the blade is not as simple as it seems, because of each other forging
iron and Pamor where the silvery pattern as desired model is obtained is a work
of art that only controlled by an Empu (= armorer.) A real Kris has a
handle, a Ukiran (= adornment), which is made  of gold, bronze,
ivory, horn or precious wood (Jathi wood.) The Ukiran of a true Kris
will always be cut out by a specialist in this field. 




Krisses were initially made  of meteoric iron. Comet iron, was at that time already been added to the
regular iron ore. This was the best possible material for a combat value of a
Kris, and the comet iron Krisses that were made called “Pamor”.
“Pamor” is a nickel-containing iron and gives the beautiful patterns
that any real Kris has on the blade. By the fusion of the metal-to-use
“marry” Pamor with iron and this gives the forces (the hardness
of the metal) to a “KRIS”.


In the Kraton of Solo, the Pamor Prambanan
preserved. This is a fragment of a meteorite that once littered everywhere as
coming from space spreads the archipelago which crashed landed near the temple
and was named to the temple “Pamor Prambanan. Later in history have local
dignitaries’ magical powers attributed to the space debris (meteorite
stone), and gave it the name “Kiyai Pamor” (= the exalted


… For example, the Pamor of Celebes ‘Pamor
Bugis “mentioned (= Buginese Pamor) as opposed to the other
twisted names. From the moment one meteorite stones (meteorite stone
of Muslims, adhering to the Kaaba in Mecca) was associate as a divine sign
of his presence and the space debris it was regarded as a gift of God, for the
enforcement of this line of thought it suddenly became too costly for them were
even longer to forge into weaponry. Therefore, substitute “Pamor
Nekel” was as previously used for this purpose. This is not meteor
iron but just nickel.




 Wayang puppets were originally introduced
as propaganda figures by Indian Priests of the Rajendra dynasty, which used in
the propagation of their Hindu faith. The contents of the displayed propaganda
story ranges from ancient epics Ramayana and Mahabharata…


… Romantic stories like Panji or Emir Hamzah
are old fairy tales, which were introduced by Islam (1440) on the
archipelago. The dialogues between the Wayang puppets are traditionally spoken
in the 7th century Javanese and sang songs in the Hindu-Javanese (for old
Javanese) “Kawi” called…


… The essentials for a Wayang story are 450
pieces dolls, a fresh banana trunk to puncture the dolls. The good guys are
right and the evil figures on the left so that no one can be mistaken in their
characters. Further, a white cotton screen and an oil lamp. The Wayang puppets
sprang from the 3rd century and are from India.


The layout of the Wayang concepts of: – 

The word Wayang means: 1. Shadow – 2. shadow play. 

I.WAYANG = kulit shadow game played with flat leather puppets. 

II.WAYANG GHOLEK = shadow game played with real little dolls. 

III.WAYANG WONG = shadow game played by people. 

IV.WAYANG topeng = shadow game played by masked men 

V.WAYANG KETILIK = shadow game played with flat wooden puppets (East

VI. DE puppet player itself Dalang be mentioned….


 That, Wayangs has a major influence in
today’s Indonesia until now and has traditionally played a key role in Hinduism
is still to be seen at the temple reliefs in Bali and Java. One of these
ancient reliefs at Belahan in the 10th century, occupied by the grandson of
Bupatos Sinduk who lived a century before. The upside of this relief depicts
Garuda, the row-animal of Hindu god Vishnuh.



Discrimination is something that since the emergence of religion by the Bible
societies was invented and introduced. For this purpose, initially in their
former bundle and their evangelical pronouncements the bad people was
Black depicted, and the good man was according to their views Blank.
Thus, raised the white humanity itself in a superior position relative to their
less white or non-white fellows, and they eagerly enjoyed the pleasures of it.
The black man (negro) and other popular breeds were compulsively
retained by the religious humanity of his own culture, after which they were
exiled, then abused, scorned and given to their own enforcement only inferior
positions in society imputed. Moreover, the subject peoples were made subject
to arbitrary repression and punishment in the name of “God” ….


…So not only the black man was disadvantaged
by religious in that time, but dissenters were also victims of. Gradually were
foreigners and people with different skin colour in the course of time added to
the series already discriminated and subject races and peoples by elect of the
“God”. So, have countless human races and ethnic groups lost their
true identity and were being forced to go into the crowd by religious power .
Cruelly Racism is an evil invention of the evil man on behalf of the Lord.



 The doctrine of “Vishnuh”

“From greed humans, animals, plants and thing were violently forced to
change themselves. We (humans, animals, plants and thing) have the
natural ability to change and to act according to the different living
conditions here and to act, but those who are guided by illusion will
surely soon perish. Change is often the only way to stay alive. And
unfortunately, the miscreants repeatedly kinds atrocities committed throughout
history against their fellows; always acted for their own benefit and their
fellow neighbour still treated badly in its sole discretion, this is called
“compulsive change”. For centuries the people were subjected to all
sorts of unimaginable ways severely beaten and humiliated. To their hearts content
all was changed that had to do with these people, as well as the history of the
subject peoples was completely derailed, or common cases simply incorporated.
Furthermore, as is normally changed all that in the future these oppressed
peoples could possibly remember. Regardless of what ended up under the
influence of evil people underwent forced a change according to their own idea.
They did this thoughtful and with as much fun without ever evincing any regret
or remorse.” 



 Change of name 

An Indian example of change of name, the word “Hindu”, the word Hindu
has indeed to do with India as the river Indus is now called, was formerly
Shindu (pronounced Sjindoe). According to the chronicles of Vishnuh were
at one time the Persians invaded India. These could the “S” difficult
to express at the beginning of a word. That’s why they are calling the river


… Centuries later it was referred to Hindu not
only the river, but also throughout the country and the people. Finally, it was
thus shown the variety of religions that there was professed by the vast
majority of the Indian population. And so, came Hinduism, at the time the
Indian population had no special name for their religion. Some people in India
believed in rats, others in monkeys, others ran around naked (= as their
religious confession) while doing little creatures with a sweep of the
track were swept. In each village or place gods, saints and religions arose. As
crazy cannot imagine if it was there…


… The clever people oppressed the
principalities and they put all sorts of laws and regulations so that they
stayed stupid. All these religions were provided with their own rules and laws.
Every nation or tribe invented anything and everything as long as it, analogous
adapted the personal circumstances of their worldview.


… The Vishnuh-Society has the arisen
former Indian faiths described as a mish-mash of things on behalf of the
welfare of the tribe. So, did every tribe or ethnic group their own interpretations
of the faith in their God, gods and demigods….


Another example of arbitrary change of name by
foreign settlers Javadvipa (New India, later Portuguese India, British
India, Dutch East Indies, and finally now Indonesia), a name that 200 years
after Christ was given to the new territory by Indian immigrants , now called
Indonesia. This was initially only the entire archipelago with marked but later
part of the West side of the tropical archipelago was it meant. Finally,
Javadvipa was abbreviated in Javadvi and became the centre of the archipelago
indicated.  And Javadvipa was from the year 711 the later Borneo (now
Kalimantan) along been indicating, until in 1510 the Portuguese and
Spanish via Javadvipa sailed to the Moluccas and gave the name Borneo to
Javadvipa, which they distracted from Brunei which at that time belonged to the
island of Malaysia . The Portuguese and the Spaniards conquered Malacca in the
year 1511 and thus they had won a good and safe maritime trade route….


…. The Portuguese and the Spaniards could not
penetrate the interior, although due to the alertness of the native tribes.
Because it ascends the rivers at that time was a precarious undertaking because
of the Dayaks, head-hunters and cannibal’s tribes; all of whom were living with
the maxim “shoot first and ask questions later when it was roasted….


…. Nevertheless, given the Spanish and
Portuguese peoples in various coastal foothold and gave these places along the
north coast soon their own names. Since then, as were 90 percent of the old
original names of the Indian archipelago swept away and replaced by a strange
name comes from other European adventurers.


… Then, in the year 1595 the Portuguese and
the Spaniards lost their place was taken over immediately by the Dutch and the
English. These succeeded in various places to impose trade contacts but good
luck they had initially not here, because any contact was only of very short
duration. But these European settlers persevered and soon they replaced in the course
of reign of terror and religious domination of the Indian Archipelago, the
original names by foreign (their own) names. Then the Archipelago own
ideas restructured and formed, because of this, the Indonesian archipelago has
become nowadays as it is now, it is changed / shaped into a large “Dump.


Another example of colonial violence is the
history of South Africa, where the Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck three
centuries (since 1652) in African history books is described as
the founder of South Africa and the folk hero / pioneer, and who has brought
their so-called Western civilization, while Europeans actually committed
falsification of history and human rights violations in relation to Africa.



 About that says the doctrine of

“The Dutchmen like Jan van Riebeeck, who in 1652 in South Africa at the
Cape of Good Hope has founded a refreshment station for the Dutch East India
Company ships were land thieves, slave traders, cattle thieves and oppressors
of the black people there.


… The Europeans have not been discovered South
Africa as elsewhere, but only committed falsification of history.
Africa (= the former Mesopotamia) was long, which is already in
harmony and peace lived thousands of years ago black tribes together, until greedy
white’s cam and were cruelly upset their peace, philosophy, history and


… The history of the southern tip of
Africa (South Africa =), began 2,000 years ago when African tribes
migrated to south to find new pastures for their herds. Many African tribes led
at that time already a nomadic existence, and thus sprang up all over Africa
new strains, new customs, new means of communication (such as language and
speech), way of life and a new civilization. So, these tribes have been lived
hundreds of years at peace with each other and their surroundings,
than the Hollanders came, which is also the most traumatic
experience that the black indigenous peoples have ever experienced…


… The Dutchmen stole the cattle and other
property of the Bushmen and Hottentots. Jan van Riebeeck was a common criminal
and white-collar criminal on behalf of the former V.O.C. (the Dutch East
India Company) and the Dutch religious government….


…. So, the claim that the Dutch have brought
civilization in Africa is a criminal and disgusting colonial fiction…


… The Dutch were the ones, after all, who
forbidden the male slaves marriage with female slaves  for its own
benefit. The female slaves were, according to them only belongs to the white
man. So as the female slaves were forced to serve the white man as
concubine. As a result, emerged from these female slaves a new kind of human
type, who was treated by the white fathers and the Government as scum, and the
same suppression tactics and malicious method the Dutch and other
Europeans also applied elsewhere and continued (see Batavia, Jakarta,
Suriname , Antilles, Aruba, etc.).”


 But who or what are actually Indonesians?

1870 –
Agricultural Law Waal developed; contains – to solve the problem of soil
policy, solve the core problem of the colonial policy and this means free labor
or cultural system in favor of labor. Free labor was already prepared during
the culture system and its usefulness assessed by so-called contractors (=
land tenants), already in 1860, slavery was abolished in the Netherlands, but
the Dutch East Indies was slavery continues. The Dutch did nothing to abolish
slavery in the archipelago off because that was their entire source of income
that they preferred not to lose….


…. In the Indian Archipelago, the first credit
banks were established, including the International and the Dutch East India
Commercial Bank in 1863; also, the English banks expand their workspace from
India. Private industry was fierce by said law in leasehold land rent which the
free movement of capital was a fantastic opportunity, this streaming of
thousands of Europeans in the Archipelago with their mind only one thing;
money, adventure and domination of foreign peoples. With the wealth power,
increased ambition and self-interest; the sugar crisis began in 1883, played an
important part in the fights for power…


… By emerging industrialization of Europe and
America, the private industry expanded and grew; the Suez Canal, fast
steamships, railways, modern roads, telephone, telegraph, etc. resulted in
increased demand for raw materials and commodities (consumption and


…. European education was improved as well as
tropical medicine, and therefore the mortality of Europeans fell sharply, then
only one dared to pick European women to the Archipelago, married them off the
glove; or had them as appointed governess. This created a rising import from
Europe about upcoming women, similarly expanded the number of marriages with
native and Chinese women are startling in; of course, this had a major impact,
Batavia was including women’s fashion stores, street lighting, the steam
tram (first horse tram)….


…. There was a large surplus of men, the
Indo-European society was very strong mixed among European women born in India
were 13 to 20% and Chinese or Indian, by marriage with Europeans, they were
called to be European. But their European are limited solely to the kitchen
floor. Plus, minus 1880 began  investment to fall, the number of import
Europeans rose, and when it finally then seemed to go better came in 1883, the
sugar crisis; there was widespread massive discontent that previously an end
seemed to come over about 1900….


…. Most Indonesian families have emerged
around 1900, mostly descendants of inferior soldiers, adventurers, and only a
small portion came from officials and of officers. They were doomed to
subordination. Many Europeans emigrated to India or former military command –
or family circumstances or rehabilitation or simply with the ambition to
quickly make career and to get the boss to play against the oppressed, Tuan was
at its peak…


… This economic revival led to a completely
different time, there are millions risen from the ground, but there were also
lost millions due to the lack of stability and integrity. The economy in
Java and Madura was declining sharply, the decline was clearly visible, came
after 1901, although a small improvement Homegrown education (based on
European standards), the construction of irrigation works, a significant
increase in small industrialization and crafts, but this explained not get us
anywhere; because the colonial invaders had after all the Indian riches shipped
to their own country and the Indian Archipelago plundered….


…. As mentioned above was in the Dutch East
Indies society a large surplus of men emerged that was solved by living in
concubinage, especially at the lower-ranking soldiers were mingling with
Chinese or Indian women happen that frequently occurred, the concubine was in
Bali called Njai. But these women were by about upcoming European women
with their own clan, shunned as if they were scum; one had to keep seeing
her (Njai) as the subordinate that her boss had been willing
literally “everything”, and according to his wish. Then she
might never appear on the front porch, as there were guests she had silently
disappear into one of the outbuildings…


… There were some exceptions, but these were
severely criticized, especially when she was placed after her death on a
European bier, covered with a black shroud intended for Europeans. These as
Nyati designated women were usually of her parents or her husband bought, even
in some cases simply abandoned or given as a gift…


… Remember above all that this happened at a
time when slavery already had been abolished, but in the Dutch East Indies did
not matter fact, moreover, it was thought that this was the only method to
constantly keep abreast of the Indian environment, but yet so not too going
native again….


…. This concubine was the mother of the
Indo-group, her children were (only with the recognition of the man, and
that marrying the mother) European. For non-recognition by the
father, these children simply vanished in the bottom layer of Indian


… Therefore, it was not surprising that the
majority of Indian women had several children who each carried the name of
their father if these are recognized by it, and those who were not recognized
by the father bore the surname of the mother…


… The recognized children formed together with
children from a mixed marriage a group neo Indo-Europeans with their European
names, only a small part was about in the top layer of European society, but
most came in the lower right, and joined by lack of good European education in
the group of Indo-paupers. Was often in the Dutch East Indies that an
Indo-European rushed printed by an influential family in a job, his name being
as Europeans was nothing, so they proceeded to steal, smuggle opium and or set
up gambling houses and selling women and Chinese girls for prostitution….


…. The unacknowledged children, wanted even
though they were not recognized by their European Father yet carry a European
name, who at that time was a guarantee for a good life in the colonial society.


…In other words, “Indonesians” have
emerged from the 19th century, as the descendants of native traitors,
collaborators and shot from concubinage children of French mercenaries from
Dutch, Portuguese and British soldiers of lower rank and position, and from
import Chinese and proto-Malays, who by the then colonial government were
command to go into the Indish mob in order to change the “indigenous

… Among these sprouted from concubinage
children emerged in the mid-18th century, an identity crisis, because a
substantial portion of their agents at the time their offspring fathered by
native women of contempt  or otherwise did not want to acknowledge as
their legitimate children.

… Therefore, these children later gave himself
a fictitious or misleading name of their alleged agent (s). Instead of the
Simonis “Thomis”, “Rhemrev” came rather
Vermehr (Vermeer), “Frederick” instead of Veenstra,
“Tönges” instead of “Teunissen”, “van Bakel”
instead of “Brakel”, “Rellum” instead of
“Muller”, Redlum instead of Mulder etc. This group was in spite of
their own crooked talk and coquettish ways surprisingly pleased with himself,
and it was not surprising that the (white-collar) crime was very high
in this group….


….  1880s lived a large part of the
Indo’s impoverished in the kampong (although he was seen as a European);
or at the edge of the village, or in the former Indo-specific areas in which
the current Indonesian sports especially Persilat combat style found their
emerged as the Kemajoran style (in Batavia); Krambangan (in
Surabaya), or Karangbidara (Semarang), Buntet pesantren pinggir
laut (Bandung), and among these groups stormed the rampant crime. This led
to (village) gangs and splinter groups that terrorized the entire
environment through blackmail and violence. To distinguish themselves from
other gangs they gave their clique a name…


… Thus arose the names of the Indonesian
Malaysian sports-systems such as Setia Hati (Kemajoran) Cikalong,
Cimande, Jago, Kalajengking Hitam, silit tuo etc., which is very clearly
Bersilat, Persilat or Mersilat, all a potnat arose from a “mish-mash
of neo-Indonesian sports, including borrowed from the Chinese martial arts
“Pah-Kua” or “Chuan Fa”, Karate or proprietary systems that
are more akin to Japanese sports and in construction and engineering for the
most part here in existence, with the only difference low flexible attitude.
Clearly, therefore, that the Indonesian martial arts in or around 1900 arose
and cursed with Malaysian influences which in fact all one and the same….


…. Pencak-Silat is in reality quite different
from what in Indonesia since the 19th century, is practiced under this name. *
Think rather not go back to the impoverishment of yesteryear, especially not to
the Indo-neighbourhoods as Kemajoran and Krambangan and Karangbidara etc.,
citing the Indo-mentioned neighbourhoods as their Apprenticeship and their




In Kropak
ewah-ewahan Ida-Bagus Kiyai (1785) is about the Indian misconduct at
the time of colonization the following statement:


“The nature of the Indian population has
become cowardly and weak, caused them by the colonial rulers that they had
chosen from the beginning peremptorily. In particular, the degree of servility
which they exercise well for them does not know his opponent. They dare not
open confrontation to go against the injustice that was done to them, so that
each one of you like it or not, those standing by their white rulers more on
their own initiative thus doomed his own life away to make freely. And of
solidarity that used to be the essential link of mutual brotherhood and unity
of the village “Gotong-Ròyòng” (= mutual cooperation), is
completely shattered and has given free reign selfishness….


…. Despite the pledge allegiance to each
other, sealed with a ritual use by slaughtering a rooster, to assist one
another in the consequences to face together, always ready to assist each
other, there was always someone in the group who committed treason against
their own tribal leader, hoping as appropriate to be rewarded with an important
appointment as superintendent etc., and keen on a colonial settlement even
eagerly betrayed their own kind, and if luck was with him waiting for them a
civil service appointment whether it was elevated to the king of a



Thus, says the doctrine of

“All the king’s houses with the names, RADEN, RATU, SUSUHUNAN or
SULTAN, have been placed in that position by colonialists, after the
stakeholders (local collaborationist chiefs) had betrayed basely and
or expelled their king or leader. In common cases were all royal progenies
cowardly murdered (thus attacked in the back) with the help of these
indigenous stakeholders (so that’s Ratu or Raden, sultans). ..


…All the betrayal is just in the blood and
passes from one generation to the next over, until the moment when the next
generation recognizes the affected betrayal and actually tried with all his
might not to make the same mistakes as their parents again, and how difficult
also are there do everything to those who have suffered from the massive public
betrayal to rehabilitate. Only then will the circle of curse will be broken.
Until this rehabilitation has not taken place, the next generation of
Indonesians whose majority descended from former native traitors will be
constantly feel the curse. But if they do not want to see the facts mentioned
under eyes they will never know the spiritual peace and quiet. Hopefully, once
they realize that they must put a step aside first before they can obtain
forgiveness of the actual ancestors.”




remembrance of ancestors globally speaking, is not a pointless task, but rather
meaningful. Because remembering is a task and mission which is true for all of
us. Doing flowering of freedom and respect for all that is and was, promoting
justice and security, loyalty, unity, trust in the sense of being human
including their surrounding society that all first the commemoration need to go
in advance.”




The progenies and lineal descendants, so the remains of former exiled Hindu
ancestors, have a deep-seated resentment of their Indian origin renounced, but
by such conduct one breaks no bloodline, because what ancestors in ancient
times the Indian Archipelago is done cannot be undone by vengeful thoughts.
E.g.:. By renouncing the bloodline, one does not obtain a new life, history and
the like.


… Oppression has always played a vital role in
so-called Indian environments because they come from a colonial society in
which power relations are important. So, did most of the officers recruited in
their own country for nothing, but in the Indian Archipelago they played great
Sultan where they are on the native citizens willingly fulfilling their


… Especially indigenous women had a tough time
because they were in fact used by the colonialists and his native helpers
if (sex) slaves. The Javanese, Balinese and other native women had a
unique way to escape their daily worries, miseries and humiliations. This they
did as follows, by being passive, or immunize, so the bodily and mental
violence she was permanently affected by their tormentors in each case did not
affect their personality….


…. The majority of Indonesians at that time
was to pursuit of profit from. One advantage they did only too happy, as long
as they were able to earn something, whether a result of their own countrymen
was cheating or not. Their willingness to cooperate was mostly dependent on
what was going to pick. However, there was little to get somewhere, one did not
expect much from them, but it was worth it then was no effort or resources to
get their spoils whatever was beaten on the hook.


… It was formerly the Indian Archipelago
with a raiding party. Intrigue, envy, rivalry and betrayal were then quickly
look around the corner, what occurred on several occasions, and as always still
occurs as a result of urbanization in this current time. The selfish
institution that characterizes the nature of the Eurasians, they do not have a
foreign inherited, but are exactly become the image of their former oppressors,
which they make conscious abuse of their Dutch-Indian origin with a view to
their purpose and the European ignorance about the true background of
Indonesian previous history…..


…. More than three-quarters of Indonesians are
ignorant about their own culture as a result of ancestral expulsions and
repressions by former colonial rulers. The current Indonesian man suffering
from a colonial imperialist desire for more, and only gather and collect
according to the NIC (Neo-Indonesian-Colonialism.) In short!
Over the past atrocities they prefer silent as the grave. And from who do you
think Indonesians  have learned cowardice, land theft, malice,
oppression, discrimination, baseness and steal from other people’s, possessions
and goods? Of course, the colonialists and no one else. Crooks help
Crooks, and indoors, they like to do with gossip and bombard each other with
tales about sorcery….


…. The name and the rise of the new type of
nation that from the beginning of the colonial imperialism has emerged
especially in the 18th century in the East (Indonesia) states since
1945 officially Indonesians, so the descendants of colonial domination. The
oppressed and the outcasts of “at the time” are the oppressors of
“now”, because the former oppressor gave the guard over to the
neo-suppressor. And when the Indonesian population of the Indian Archipelago
was once a fact she did enthusiastically and happily along, whether or not with
their rulers, to change, destruction and annexation of the remaining
established Indian Association. At that time, the Indonesian people, driven by
greed, selfishness and power madness, void of understanding, nor was attached
importance to the Indian culture and background. It was a time of “suits
and have”. The Indonesian people was doing exactly the same mass as its
rulers also at that time was doing namely; ….


– grab the natives what you can catch
-if you pay us only tribute. 

– “Write what you want to write”; 
– If you only protect our method. 

– “change the history and infrastructure at its discretion or
Western-style” – as long as you stay far from us. 

– “Take the example of the Renaissance; 
– Because it’s now or never again.”





It is certainly very fascinating to see how
Indonesians can deal with their artistry and their degree of creativity is very
nice; low flexible attitude; graceful movements peculiar to Orientals;
Beautiful antics; Beautiful out-fit; Eastern music; Eastern atmosphere, often
taking a mystical story to pass, and usually with a noble touch; some rumbling
with history, a little waving of antique Indian weapons, Epaulettes, titles,
Ribbons and Badges galore…


… They are like parrots, because it is there
all beautiful and colourful to see to pick the Westerner which are little used
in their country.


… And since the announcement that a Gurubesar
of the Vishnuh-Society is established in 1980 in Europe, arose in Indonesia new
fighting styles, perguruans, Pukulan organizations and unions such as
mushrooms, and it was raining ever since titles such as Pendekars and guru
besars in the villages.


… Do you want to enter the title
“guru Besar” or “Pendekar”, go to Indonesia where you can
buy  this title just saying that you  can begin a gym
in the Netherlands or abroad. This Indonesian scene reminiscent of India where
one behind almost every tree takes a few gurus in lotus posture, and where
almost from every corner an Avatar is ready to show off, and it also can attack
all kinds of tricks.




1. The name Pencak-Silat is coined in the year 185 by the Vishnuh-Society

2. The Pencak Silat techniques have been
developed during the 2nd to the 7th century and contained in 10 styles by
members of the Vishnuh-Society.


The name Pencak-Silat and its content is one of
the developed and pristine Pusaka of the Vishnuh-Society and has been preserved
in its original form. “The” Pencak-Silat “is our GREAT CULTURAL
heirloom and should never be used for personal interest and for something for
which it was not intended. Accordingly, the Vishnuh-Society does not think to
the infringement of its ancestral name Pencak-Silat  to set impunity.
Therefore, its Babhatan honourable and not comparable to what happened in the
past by the actions with the colonialists and association of indigenous
traitors of the Indian Archipelago, where they went out at night rubbing in the
rear to raiding villages, to  torture innocent people, murder and
plunder them in order  to be better on behalf of their holy faith?


However, change of the name for the martial arts
which are currently practiced under the name of Pencak Silat, is no disgrace.
But everyone who continues abusing the name Pencak Silat for his invented
martial arts actually committing sacrilege, and that’s just shame.


… Who may or may not have been responsible for
the abuse of the name Pencak-Silat, the fallacy and launched is no longer
relevant. Much talk is unnecessary, but rather already beginning to formulate
name for your martial arts into the line with the Pukulan or Mersilat /
Persilat and into Indonesian, Western, or according to its own model; this is,
after all, honourable and acceptable in place of using a centuries old
name whose archipelese history shows that the development of the authentic “Pencak
Silat-” a lot ancestral suffering, betrayal, blood and tears thereto have
gone before.


… The name Penca(k)-Silat is already reserved
in bygone times for all the ancestors, which unfortunately by the treachery of
their former land and ilk cannot retell their own life.



And regarding the people present there? Please note, it is not currently the
overseas powers that controlling  and ruin the Indian
Archipelago to their idea, but the destruction of Indonesia is currently
done entirely by Indonesians. Apart from the poor and disadvantaged Indian
population over there, now renewed silenced and thus has no right to speak, is
currently all in Indonesia torn 90%, destroyed and ruined as a result of the
greed of indigenous power mongers, and 10% by Euro-colonial imperialism. Almost
nothing is more Indian. Thus, the predicate East Indian in no way Indonesians
nor applicable to Eurasians. After all, their ancestors had previously
collaborated on oppression and destruction of the Indian order of time and
unfortunately the progenies of these nestled in the footsteps of
their  greedy ancestors.


… The total destruction of the Indian
Archipelago is therefore already ushered in a long time ……. Kuwalat!….


…. And what the Surinamese Javanese concerns
regarding their perception of the Pencak Silat, and their ancestral culture,
which is almost all of the same ilk. Given the nonchalant behaviour of Javanese
immigrants in the early days of their settlement in
Suriname (08-08-1890) compared to their ancestral history and
civilization, was the passing of the Pencak Silat to this community has never
been an option of the Vishnuh-Society.


… The former illiterate Indonesian immigrants
who left their native village behind for a new life overseas, saw the
distant Suriname as the ultimate alternative to resettle and to relive the
former Muslim tyranny. Unfortunately, this group has taken their superstitious
foolishness and Islamic doctrine to Suriname and adapted completely renewed and
applied couched to their street. That’s what is so naming Indonesian Surinamese
today manifest as Pencak-Silat in Suriname can undoubtedly be considered as the
aping of a deformed Indian product by Indonesians….


…. Especially the fact that discrimination is
still very alive in the Surinamese Javanese communities has the Vishnuh-Society
from the beginning decide to largely to distance themselves from this retarded
people. And effecting a union with believers (Muslims in this
case) means wasted time, permanent misery and spiritual poverty.


… Pencak Silat, above all, does not lend
itself to nations with unfriendly human thinking. As a striking example, I
mention the Indonesian ancestors of the current generation Surinamese Javanese
background, their ancestors had learned nothing from their past. This is clear
from the fact that in their desire for money power and self-aggrandizement
unfortunately have continued the behaviour and rules of their former oppressors
in their new homeland, Suriname, where in the course of time has spread like a
dirty oil slick in their own ranks…


… The majority of these Javanese contractors
has indeed from the misery hastily packed up and the offer of the Dutch
colonialists at the time eagerly adopted to go elsewhere in the world try their
luck. On “Allah” then they could not build, who never gave home
anyway. Their worship of the former hated Archipelese Muslim Occupiers can be
regarded as the unstable behaviour of slime balls….


…. Themselves well occur to outsiders is a
typical religious property that is inherited by their descendants, and the
glorification of Indonesia through a part of the Surinamese Javanese who are
apparently very attached to Indonesia would be better go back there so they can
might be better at home. Largely in their propaganda films is often referred to
Surinamese Javanese from Indonesia. This is highly unlikely since their
ancestors fled from Indonesia. They are therefore in fact no more Javanese
nor Indonesians, but they are now Surinamese with a brief Javanese background,
and nothing more…


… The current generation behaves to the
outside world as fanatical Muslims, while additionally in moderation kinds of
impurities, whether secretly, and they blow to appropriately and
inappropriately with all winds. These are all realities in their custom Islam
faith with their tasty satay babi who also richly is suffused with “sambal
pitjel” (spicy peanut sauce.) This will “Gusti Allah”
probably not like it. Allah will not allow that sanctimonious Quran worshipers
are welcomed into the Walhallah, soaked with impure blood and pork. But why the
feedback and reference to Indonesia? This is explained as “the traitor
blood is thicker only where it can crawl.” This proves once again! The
vipers, treacherous behaviour and unstable nature is evident in her genes.
Consequently, we never have place for these so-called Javanese Muslim


…. People who were tongue angry, the Gurubesar
and the Vishnuh-Society designated as “a relic of the Jungle
and forest Javanese”, because we respect the Adat and the
Pencak-Silat from our ancestors, who would not wish to provide for
competition within the meaning of the sport.


… The Vishnuh-Society does not belong to the
category of city Javanese, or traitors, who did not hesitate to sell their own
family  when it suits them, exactly like their ancestors in Indonesia
have done in colonial times for its own benefit.


And what that Surinamese city Javanese concerns;
betrayal and hypocritical humility is she just in the blood, to declare as the
legacy of their heels licking ancestors, known to us as racists of the 1st
class and unreliable at first hand. Many of them behave nowadays supposedly
patriotic and nationalistic, and some behave towards their compatriots almost
sweet and tolerant. But appearances are deceptive, the vast majority is still
only to trust as long as you see them….


…. We indeed love the Jungle. This is our home
and neighbourhood, but leave everything to the Vishnuh-Society what is hers. We
Vishnuïsten (read Vishnoewisten) are in abundance and are ready
anywhere where one does not expect us.


… Time formerly been so that we can be no more
Javanese, but we consider ourselves as Earthlings of Indian, Javanese, African
and Dutch descent with even in the possession of our poesaka, namely family
chronicles, literature and culture.


… Although the current generation of
Vishnuh-Society through the centuries has become multi-cultural, we are
emotionally and spiritually firmly fixed to each other. Ethnicity and race are
unimportant for us, we are a big family even though many of us ranging from very
dark tinted to white. Racial Discrimination is at the Vishnuh-Society does not


… It makes the members of the society no
matter where they originated or where they come from, we feel all Javanese. The
Javanese people with straight hair with slightly tinted dark skin as before has
been on the Indian archipelago is today no more. Whether it be Indonesians,
Surinamese, Antillean, Dutch, etc. with a brief Javanese (=
Indian) background….


…. “We” are earthlings and
Vishnuïst, we are jointly building the Vishnuïsme according to the empiricist
doctrine of Vishnuh-Society as already centuries ago committed in a
scriptural provision by her. We are, after all, all earthlings and be having
another, and furthermore, for better and for worse support each other in word
and deed.


… In short: “The Vishnuh-Society is
peaceful in nature.” Admittedly we were in the recent past in regular
contact with malicious groups who thought they could mess with us. But on a
good day had these, thanks to their earthly curiosity and partly by their
“extra-long fingers” in their last breath heard a whizz of
a klewang. Then we have never had any problems with them.


… The message (= peace with all
men) of the Vishnuh-Society is happy well understood and further penetrated
all native ranks! We are all peace loving and forgiving to the extent possible
….. But once the gravedigger buried the body of the enemy deeply and the last
sod above has tamped, up until then, we are able to complete forgiveness and
have peace with the counterparty because from that angle is no longer a risk to


…. The Vishnuh-Society use only its right to
defend destructive as a preventive measure, in order to insure liveability for
its members until well into the future. We do not belong to the category of
people, who by virtue of their faith to all who want to hear it will
eulogize “forgiveness, respect and peace”, while they are beast
in everyday life and most are keen to create people’s lives very sour as a by
their God imposed daily duty. These pious rascals usually very angrily
screaming “Hold the thief”, but in one way or another, it does not
penetrate to them that the referred yell relates to themselves.


Women and children often sit along the side of a
river flowing through our village, busy with their daily concerns include doing
laundry, bathing and washing. Also, they are constantly tracking during their
everyday activities turn off the area to danger, and in common cases, they are
regularly deployed to act as scouts or as a lookout. But when a confrontation
with native predators is unavoidable, women are crueller than the men. This has
proven time and again in all those years when the interior of Suriname was
subject to private wars by various gangs in which some formidable opponents
came too close to our community to settle their quarrels.


Our security was at stake, and therefore we only
have a solution that is “Babhatan” which almost everyone (all
able-bodied adults and adolescents) also all empowered girls and women
participated. Unity is strength. Life and survival we do together, as the
empiricism in the course of time has taught us that it is precisely women in
general are more thorough than men. Our martial women do not usually miss when
it comes on. In hostile confrontations almost always flows the blood of our
enemy into our camps. This has now almost always resulted in destruction of the
aggressor and who has requested.


… He who seeks will find. However, the
Vishnuh-Society would not be victim of surprise and molestation by government
thugs or other wandering native and exotic scum. The society knows very well
that her survivors throughout their lives then will run around whining of
sadness, like the Moiwana survivors around November 29, 1986 were surprised by
Satanic aggression of their own species (the Surinamese government
rabble); villagers including children, women and men, by government troops
killed in cold blood or slaughtered like animals. This disturbed pious folk
group that act on the authority of the Government of Suriname as eliminator,
humans and animals have to be careful….


…. One is his life in the Surinamese interior
in no way more certain when one falls into the hands of the numb part of the
Surinamese population. They look peaceful and often sweet, timid and kind, but
in the meantime they (Surinam government and soldiers) are worse than
wild beasts. And from whom they have learned the atrocities that they have
applied to the Surinamese citizens? This they have learned from their former
overlords, the colonialists and the slave drivers.


… The Surinamese government and its police and
justice we can never, ever count, not that we’re waiting for their assistance,
but some parts of the interior are very difficult to access, where danger is
lurking everywhere. By the time that actually help comes from the government
side, the helpers are killed on the road or the ice age again dawned.


… The government does not wish to engage in
domestic disputes and matters which it still has no control. Besides, the
central government feels in her selfishness is not responsible for how heavily
armed militias by indigenous aboriginal peoples are kept and brought to justice,
it is far from their bed show!…


…. Here too in the Surinamese jungle and in
the Amazon jungle employs only the law of the jungle, it is “survive or be
slain”, and in exceptional cases, by default it is “consume or be


… In all cases we come “out of
nowhere” and are always ready to protect  our people against
malicious people, all in order to prevent annexation and atrocities by
intruders on our community. The Vishnuh-Society for security reasons surrounded
by her Warrior Guild, which is always combative and trained to distinguish
Innocent and guilty people. The purpose manageable proposition of which is,
“Hard but Righteous.”…


…. The Vishnuh-Society has no cell complex or
prison where imprisoned usurpers may be imprisoned. This is because
incarceration of living beings does not fit within the ideology and philosophy
of the Vishnuh-Society.


…  The Vishnuh-Society is strongly
opposed to detention of living beings in general, regardless of the severity of
the crimes.


… The Vishnuh-Society also does not wish to
engage in colonialist process including human rights abuses and slavery nor
will stoop to beatings, torture or anything like that, as prisoners are
normally handled by a large part of believing mankind. Physical humiliation for
the Vishnuh-Society is unheard and  a shame, because these things do not
fit into the philosophy of the Vishnuh-Society.


…  Furthermore, it is also not worth
it to feed prisoners because it is unheard of to feed the enemy. But since the
Vishnuh-Society seasonal leads a nomadic existence between two
countries (Brazil and Suriname), she can therefore also
no  afford to lugging around with alien invaders: because in order to
avoid the danger towards our community, our attackers never leave alive our
territory. We do not take no risks in order to be later attacked in the
back! … This means in short: “It is as usually at fault “Head
off and Ready.” And we don’t mess around with the human body, but is well
spent, because the lifeless body are usually let for consumption for the
animals in the wild.



Thus, saithe the doctrine of Vishnuh:

“Who is guilty will hear very soon only once a whizz of a klewang , and
then one will hear nothing more of life.”


Foreigners will
soon enough find out why the Vishnuh-Society outsiders, who in Suriname and
Brazil by chance wanders into her neighbourhood, strictly forbids to film or
photograph its members.


…  Every nation has the right of
self-determination and the right to privacy. In addition, each ethnic group has
the right of self-defence and protection of its culture.


…  We also have a civilization and a
vision of life! There are people everywhere who simply prefer to prevail to
keep themselves instead of to comply epigonism based on the hypocrisy of
government philosophy. Therefore, takes the Vishnuh-Society For safety reasons
the necessary caution, because man is the most dangerous predator walking
around on this planet!


… Further, the Vishnuh-Society is independent
and capable of making an honest assessment of who is and who is not wrong.
Whoever enters uninvited or without permission our territory, awaits the person
who intentionally committed the error a very unpleasant surprise. This purpose
of deterring adventurers and wicked to avoid future recurrences….


…. Who does not want to hear must feel
“is also one of our mottos! The Vishnuh-Society advises everyone to
interfere with their own business and their own things instead of
stabbing their nose into other people’s worries. In contrast the
Vishnuh-Society welcomes only righteous earth dwellers, from all over the
world, who are in possession of a written agreement (on a notarial
deed) with a signature and a stamp of the family seal of the Gurubesar
Lancar Ida-Bagus / R.R.Purperhart according fulfill the deepest meaning of the
word “Earthling” as scriptural defined by the Vishnuh-Society.
But ….. whoever wants to watch monkeys have to go to a zoo!



Who are actually earth dwellers? 

Earthlings are
people who: 

1. – living beings, the light in the eyes award 

2. – are honest with themselves and especially
against his fellow men, 

3. – Keep away from religious-like colonialist

4. – Keep away from conceit, arrogance and

5. – Abstain from greed and selfishness, 

6. – Have a sense of responsibility for his
fellow men, 

7. – Respect for Nature and Life, 

8. – Loyal, faithful and steadfast mind, 

9. – Know no distinction of race, rank, class,
ethnicity, religious (read political) beliefs.


The nine listed above (9) features are
the hallmarks of righteous Earthlings. And for those who hold to this is the
Vishnuh-Society their best friend and confidant.



Thus, says the doctrine of Vishnuh: 

“Who does not want to hear our story should just buttoning his ears. And
who does not want to know the truth should not read our papers and books. And
if the shoe fits, wear it!”



Although the Vishnuh-Society now has access to
improved consumer goods as well as all sorts of useful things than have it used
to be, they are also open to the latest technologies.


…  In addition, the Society constantly
studying all kinds of useful things that benefit from its members in order to
increase the survivability of its members and at the same time to be informed
about everything that modernity entails and the world economy. We apply our
techniques in unusual materials and our theories are usually different from the
regular order, but forest technology or not, our equipment operates definitely
as the best. What we have achieved in the eyes of some, often labelled as old
chunky rust.


… But we do not worry about that, we are
certainly happy and satisfied with what we have done. We can at least continue
to strengthen our position, giving a better place in the adult world and
therefore our life chances and knowledge ever stabilize.


… What does the famous proverb talk about
again? “He that cannot keep a penny Shall never have many.” As
long as we are happy and satisfied with what we have and can survive is for us
more than enough.


 By Adhipati: P. Amad Bolkiah on
behalf of the Vishnuh-Society





Note Well:

Vishnuh-Society does not aim to change the world, but who wants to be a member
will have to follow our procedure. Criticize our admission policy / rules is
pointless. We do not wait for adventurers and not to other persons and
pedantic like. We welcome only earth dwellers. But who is fearless and sincere
spirit and have no bad intentions and wishes to be admitted to the
Vishnuh-Society, will be received as a full member. Who really wants to learn
Pencak-Silat will be subject to the rules, norms and values 
 and the Adat of the Vishnuh-Society.






 o.v.v. donation Vishnuh-Society to Den
Helder (The Netherlands) stating your name, address or telephone number.


Thank you in advance.