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Chapter 198

198,1. Japell did not liked the ever-increasing power of the priests; since he recognized that due to the stipulated benefits, he had to dance as the priests whistled. But what could he do?

198,2. The priests had on the one hand entrenched themselves too deeply in the conscience of the lower man, but on the other hand they knew how to patronize the more far sighted aristocracy, that the king could neither through the power of the masses, nor through the authority of the aristocracy, counteract the doings of the priests; because the lower people as well as the aristocracy favored the priests, and the king had neither the one nor the other on his side.

198,3. However, what was it that the priests did, that they enjoyed such prestige?

198,4. The priest entrenched the once approved caste system by the king more firmly.

198,5. For as long the priests had not piled the treasures in oversized heaps in their vast treasuries, for as long it was possible to buy oneselves with money into a higher caste.

198,6. But once the priests amassed gold in uncountable quantities, completely different rules were applied to the caste systems, which consisted of:

198,7. Only from the slave caste was it still possible to buy into the lower citizen caste; but all other castes were fixed in such a way that no one could buy into another caste, even with all the treasures of the world.

198,8. Especially unattainable for anyone remained the secretive priest caste; for they no longer allowed even Satan to overlook their tricks. They knew to implement their plans in such a cunning and finely spun manner, that it was impossible for anyone to figure out and learn what they were up to.

198,9. Therefore, also the king had become so suspicious about the priesthood, that eventually he completely imprisoned himself and allowed nobody to come near him.

198,10. But that was just another good grist to the mill of the priests; because only now their rule was perfected.

198,11. From the side of the priests one law after another was published to the people, of which the king did know only one syllable. One chain after another has been forged around the slave caste.

198,12. But when they started to complain too much, the priests subjected them to the strictest penance and by the death penalty forbade them to talk and also curtailed their right substantially to buy into the lower citizen caste, however, every lower citizen could be by a very minor offense be condemned to the slave caste, because in this case all his possessions became the property of the priesthood.

198,13. But how did the slave caste survived? - Just like cattle!

198,14. The nobles and the upper middle class bought the slaves (of course completely naked, because a slave was not allowed to wear clothes) from the priests and built for them stables just as for livestock.

198,15. These slaves were attached by means of a metal ring around their loins and a well-attached chain to the ring, to the food trough and were only detached from there when they were driven to work.

198,16. The prestige of the aristocracy and the higher middle class was based on the number of slaves they owned; it was therefore that the slaves caste was increased extensively.

198,17. Each aristocrat and upper middle class citizen therefore sought to buy as many slaves as possible and there was nothing more important to the priests than to produce ever more slaves.

198,18. In order to accomplish this as easily as possible, they introduced a kind of confession and inquisition. Who therefore was called to a confession, was doomed to the slavehood.

198,19. It is not necessary to say more. Twenty years after the first caste was founded Hanoch became hell for poor humanity.

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