Primitive Europeans were warriors and that Supernatural Brute mindset “Seed” of War produced a “Tree” in which every part exhibited the Law of Holonomy–the whole of the warrior philosophy wrapped in a Supernatural context remained inside the Seed; that whole was/is contained in each of the Seed’s manifested parts; and the Seed is still found throughout the whole. The warriors “Roots” were Fantasy used to fashion and then live out of that Supernatural “Air Castle.” From the beginning, the orientation of the “Trunk” was towards the External World while the Branches” pertained to every conceivable form of Hedonism (pleasure is the end of all strivings)—i.e. acquiring as much sensuous pleasure as possible, particularly at victims’ expense, so as to have the “Good Life.” The “Fruit” displayed from a sense of War being socialized into the “Troops” for purposes of total control of their minds in order for those “Troops” to so beat down victims as to prevent them from resisting + to rob and enslave them and their minds. To live Hedonistically “the Good Life” was/is Brutes’ Beauty. An obsession with Hedonism appeals to Brutes Lower Self (i.e. animalistic) nature. The European Runes (Spinoza Dictionary p114) says it displays as the esteeming of riches, fame, and pleasures of the senses (i.e. emotions and physical feelings). Their Brute Brain acquired Trademark has a radar for greedy gratification of worldly “Scarce Desirables” by any means necessary”. Such Satanists-inspired “beauty” is the doing of what feels good in the “here and now”–typically seeking pleasures in food, drinks, shopping, yachts, and sexual encounters or for men, a collection of women.
Out of the Warriors’ womb evolved Religious people and Non-Rational thinkers (who follow their cult’s Supernatural Codes). These group’s members are located at various points on the negative scale and a tiny few to some degree on the positive scale—and their mindsets operate in Physical and Supernatural realms. All share the Hedonism motto of “Winning is the only thing”. An indicator of this War/“Beauty” mindset is found in the ancient Roman word “Bellum”–a concept displayed in opposite directions. Its Warrior connections is illustrated in Bellona, the mythological goddess of war. A temple was built for her and a college of priests conducted her fanatical rites, as in drinking the blood from sacrificial victims. In the opposite direction, “Bellum” gave rise to ‘Bellus’: beautiful, handsome, pretty (looking well), fine–each represented in all Roman languages. Starting in C6, English has derived 60% of its words directly from Latin, or from Latin through Old French (i.e. the popular Latin picked up by the Gauls through contact with the Romans). Medieval French made great use of “Belle” or “Beau”—both meaning good, fine, beautiful. This was influenced by Beauty and Good’s connections, since Good was spelled “God” (to “gather”) by Anglo-Saxons—indicating that which was selected was fitting: “what one gathers are ones “Goods”. Hence, European Beautiful and Beneficial are etymologically linked. The coming of the French Normans to England in 1066 brought a new and more complicated social structure, including 10,000 “Frenchified” words, e.g. Beauty.
Thereafter, the applications of Beauty were as wide-spread and varied in directions as a Star’s rays. Examples were into the world of Fashion (beau monde); Belle (e.g. of the Ball—a popular Beauty); Belles-Lettres (fine literature having aesthetic value, originally pertaining to the Humanities); Belbel, a play thing; Babelet, a small jewel, a trinket; Beau, a social escort; Beauteous (fancy synonym for beautiful or elegant in form); Embellish (make beautiful ornaments that are lavish, detailed, colorful additions); and Bella Donna (pretty lady in referring to the very poisonous plant). Religious Europeans, initially taught by Ancient Africans, diluted and polluted those Spiritual concepts of Beauty and made their equivalents inside a Supernatural setting. At the top was “Beau Ideal,” i.e. model of excellence; a conception of Perfect Beauty. Others are: Beatific (C17, making blessed or happy that is so profound as to be attributed to a deity or to unusually favorable fortune—thereby indicating the material side of the Sublime) and its Vision (sight of God or other Blessed); Beatitude, more formal and literary than Beatific—means supreme blessedness + Sacred felicity approaching transcendent—and drawn from the European Bible’s Sermon on the Mount in the New Testament; Beatification—a Pope declaration in the Roman Catholic Church that the deceased is blessed. jabaileymd.com