What if King Burebista and the Thracian-Getae Dacians were the last people of an ascended society? I asked this question because I felt ascension living in Romania close to Apulon, and for some strange reason, I recognized the depths of King Burebista and his vision so long ago. But before we begin, a note: when I write about Ancient Apulon inhabited by the Getae-Dacians Piatra Craivii is an extension. In the present-day, Apulon it's named Alba Lulia. To comprehend the concept of ascended Society, first, we must establish the difference between Society and culture, the ancient origins of ascension and what it looks like now. The main distinction from an ascended society to a community is that the Society is built upon various esoteric establishments involving a select few called apostles. The Apostles were not defined by geographic location but rooted in familiar territory. In contrast, the community collects people with similar, inclusive, metaphysical-based interests and is localized to one area; they are potentially called disciples. However, the community will always lack a core element because it seeks connection, but Society relies on a few specializing in paving roads and creating vast networks. After the Neanderthal evaluation, the council of 9 engineered Hyperborean the most technologically advanced race; they were the first to develop the earth scientifically and magically establishing networks of ascended societies. Presently this frequency of ascension is activating again in Eastern Europe. Therefore, it's time for Romania to dive deeper into its roots; I speak of greatness when I say deeper. The ancient origins of humanity were influenced from the foot of the Carpathians, the Danube and the black sea out of Hyperborean, Atlantian, Lumerian, Aryan- Pelasgian, and Thracian-Getae-Dacians. The origins of Romania manifested into a living reality after my frequent visits to Apulon, its vortex presented no past, present or future, but a city constructed for the God of kings Hyperborean Apollo. Further, the Thracian-Getae Dacians and Priest-King Burebista paid tribute to Apollo by building temples around mountains and hills charged with gold, such as Piatra Craivii. In addition, Burebista appointed Deceneus as his successor and helped organize the unification of Thracia-Getae-Dacia from Apulon via Costești. Also, Burebista gave Deceneus royal status; together, they initiated an evolved class of apostles and warriors to influence other kingdoms and secret societies worldwide. Besides, Burebista and Deceneus were amplifiers; they shared a unique vision of philosophy, esoteric wisdom and spiritual evolution.
In our present-day, Alba Iulia holds many secrets guarded by Royal dragon priests. For example, the esoteric magic scribed in the treasure of King Buribetsa and King Deceneus could be hidden there. Also, the design of the fortress walls is impressive; it acts as a beacon that attracts a high vibration of magic and protection. The seven-pointed star design is referenced as a heptagram or septegram, symbolizing eternity, magic and unity. However, it can also stand for the seven heavens, the Galactic Dragon and Zamolxis, where the creator orders everything. Besides, I have mentioned several times that the Royal Dragon bloodline is run by women and centralized around Goddesses, Gods and Zalmoxis-Pleiades. In the Hermetic tradition of Qabalah, the seven-pointed star represents the Netzach sphere and Venus. In addition, the bible references seven days of creation, seven gifts of the spirit, the seven stars and angels of the seven churches. In addition, the seven-pointed star is pictured with the Goddess Seshat in Egypt; she was the female version of Thoth; they were both divine scribes and master architects. But some may argue that the star above the goddess's head is a leaf from the sacred hemp plant; this is correct, but the 7 pointed leaf is an extension of the seven-pointed star design, as above grows below. When I first entered the seven-pointed star fortress of Alba Lulia, the hair stood up from my arms, followed by tingling sensations via my entire body. Further, at this moment, high vibrations of ancient Thracian-Getae magic were activating from the pulsations emanating from the fortress grounds. Also, I noticed magical talismans (monuments) and symbols strategically placed throughout the fort that echoed keys to ancient Apulon. Speaking Metaphorically, I felt like Burebista in 2015; powerful and confident. Next, I thought of the king's shrine; is it possible to be hidden below the fortress if not his esoteric magic and secrets for sure. So, for five years, I journeyed down from the Orăștie Mountains, recharged myself in Alba Lulia for a few hours and drove back. Ultamilty, the seven-pointed star of Alba and ancient Apulon gave me the strength and protection to continue my work of constructing a sustainable touristic approach in the Sarmizegetusa region. I met interesting people at Alba Iulia; it was a hub for evolution, networking and legends that answered many of my questions. One encounter that stood out from the rest was with a priest; he quickly said a few words prompting me to return and visit the Cathedral Saint Michael several times. However, he first spoke to me in Romanian; I said, I am sorry, I don't understand. He then replied in English and said, nice to see you again. I replied, it's my first time at Alba; where have we met. Next, he smiled and replied, welcome home and walked down a set of stairs under the church. After that, I sat and prayed. In my perception, the way of King Burebista and the Getae took me on a journey through nine different sanctuaries transforming many aspects of my being. Unfortunately, I could not visit the Piatra Craivii in Alba Iulia, but he did come to my front door as a Dacian blacksmith. His name is Komakiza; I spent a summer with him and learned many things about Apulon, Getae-Dacians weapons and Romanian plat remedies.
Let's consider the present region of Hunedoara and Orăștie Mountains as the perfect location to build an empire long ago. Within this kingdom, there was a basic level of community and society that organized the everyday aspects of life. Hence, Deceneus appointed someone he trusted to oversee community life because his focus was training apostles and creating ascended organizations.
Moreover, the ascended societies that Deceneus unified were the oracles of Bendis, the cults of Apollo and Zamolxis; they were integrated under one establishment called the Royal dragons. The dragon order maintained its networking power and higher education standards; however, this order was open to a select few and strategically positioned, emitting high concentrations of Magic. For example, the Getae-Dacians constructed temples over vortexes, creating networks of mystery schools; next, they built fortress walls to protect the sanctuaries. Accordingly, the locations were Căpâlna, Bănița, Costeşti, Blidaru, Piatra Roşie, Feţele Albe, Sarmizegetusa Regia and Apulon all built in alignment to their sacred mountain, Munţii Godeanu-Kogaionon and the dimensions of Zamolxis/Pleiades. Finally, once the network of temples was completed, Burebista appointed Deceneus via Apulon to safeguard the importance of its vortex and veins of Gold. For instance, Gold ore was extracted from Apulon under the guidance of Piatra Craivii priests and priestesses and then taken upriver by boat to Sarmizegetusa Regia for processing.
Further, Gold in antiquity was a symbol of immortality and, for the ruling classes, demonstrated their power and status. Also, Gold was necessary for political and religious objects such as crowns, sceptres, and ceremonial objects; some of these items were buried with the dead to symbolize the deceased's position. A prime illustration is that every pharaoh built his tomb and resting place in Egypt before constructing temples and monuments. So, it's possible that Deceneus and Burebista decided on Apulon as the King's resting place and assembled a secret burial for his treasure and legacy. Boldly, Deceneus became King of the Getae-Dacians after the death of Burebista; he resumed the construction of temples, places of worship and fortress throughout the Orastie Mountains.
Regardless of my perceptions about Alba Iulia and Apulon, it's a suitable ending to our pilgrimage. Further, the museum showcases a magnificent display of artifacts and treasure, plus the cathedrals are perfect for prayer. Someday, if you are a fan of good coffee, I suggest visiting my favourite spot, framms Cafe, it has a great view of the citadel, and I spent 4 years there with my computer writing most of what you are reading today. Good Journey.