2.9.Question: What does it mean to break Rita's laws and the ‘blood commandments'?
Answer: This is what is in the Slavonic-Aryan Vedas. Let's take the marriage between a brother and a sister - this of the laws of RITA and the blood commandments.
Or cousins (male and female) become husband and wife and give birth to children. Why is this?
Because with such a close relationship many recessive genes are expressed which carry negative characteristics .
Why did Jews in the 20th century allow marriages with other nations? To be exact, it was allowed for men. Because degeneration was occurring; they had always allowed marriages between cousins. Over many generations of cousins becoming husband and wife, degeneration became apparent.
The same degeneration was observed in European royal families, who repeatedly intermarried with each other.
It turned out that repeated marriages between cousins led to degeneration! This is the violation of the laws of RITA.
And do you know that before the Romanovs, the laws of RITA were not violated? Do you know how the real Peter 1, who was destroyed, got married?
There is a book, ‘The Tsar's Bride’. Please read it. At that time, even in the European part of Russia, which split from the Great Tartary, even Ivan the Terrible and then the Peter the Great’s father, and all the rest, and Peter the Great were married in that way.
Throughout the country, in this case Muscovy or Moscow Tartary which reached the Urals and no further, a beauty and intelligence contest was announced in which girls of noble families were invited to the contest to be a royal bride.
These contests were not conducted in the way they are now! You know how they are held now, how girls get there, and who becomes the winner.
At that time it was completely different. They were selected for beauty as well, but they also checked that there were no genetic or mental disorders in the lineage of each candidate.
One girl was selected from each locality, depending on how many were there, and they travelled to the capital where the contest was held to choose who would become queen.
And it was done this way each time and no genetic problems ever arose because there were always healthy relationships. Cousins never became husband and wife!
But the Romanovs, after Peter the Great, began to marry with European courts.
And it turned out that after a while everyone became cousins and marriages between them led to the beginning of degeneration and it became a very serious degeneration.
The Jews had the same thing. Therefore, in the 20th century they decided to infuse fresh blood when Jewish girls were allowed to marry non-Jews. But already, as you know, they have again imposed this ban.