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Kabbalah root of Modern Science and Demonology

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Published on 19 Jun 2022 / In Conspiracies

⁣Kabbalah root of Modern Science and Demonology

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rpmcmurphy
rpmcmurphy 7 days ago

Fascinating. Ty

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 8 days ago

The Kippa, it says originated in Greece going back to at least 175 b.c. and it being adopted as part of the Hellenization. Honestly, that makes sense if you look at the pictures of so called Jews in the 1500's, you will not find them wearing kippas. They usually wore pointy hats. I can list other examples of jews adopting customs of the local culture and have found little originating with them. As they tend to adopt local customs and names, one doesn't discard their German name, because they have adopted one. Other than that, it's an interesting documentary.

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nimblehorse
nimblehorse 8 days ago

the Jews were forced to wear the pointy hats, like Hitler made them wear a yellow star.
Synagogue is a Greek word meaning 'Assembly'

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 8 days ago

@nimblehorse: Even if they were forced to wear pointy hats at some time, I can't find historical evidence that they wore kippas before recent history. So, I'm saying that this video eludes to Jews running Christianity, but that was not the case. Like so many other things, I believe they borrowed it from existing cultures. I had mentioned before other examples, which I had left out not to make this too long. However, I will leave some proof. You can search on yt for "ancient Jewish cuisine or dish". One that will come up is cholent. They pronounce it choe-lent, with the accent on the first syllable, but a sharp t finish, as a compound word in English. It even sounds a bit harsh for English. They had to say it a few times before it struck me. It was chaud lent, which is French for low heat, as in a low fire. In the Middle Ages (when many of them came after they were expelled from Spain), is when they would have learned this expression and the dish. Modern French might know what you are talking about if given context, such as put the pot on the low fire, (chaud lent). Even though people don't keep a fire going all day like the middle ages, if you give some context or say pot-au-feu (pot on the fire), they will know. However, in French, it sounds like shoh-lahn. That was in NYC. In Paris, I asked about a traditional Jewish dish, even describing the ingredients of Noodle Kuggle. I got blank stares.

Were they really forced to wear the gold stars? I found photos of zionist organizations in NYC and Chigago from 1913 and 1916, respectively, where they were all wearing their gold stars in front of their organization and smiling; I wanted to download these photos, but I have had trouble relocating them. I originally found them on google, but we know they have been on a deleting spree lately. I'm sure they still exist somewhere. Another tidbit to back up what I'm saying. Shlomo Sands, a Jew and European HIstorian said in his own book that Jews weren't forced into ghettos. But rather, they requested to live apart. I heard him say this in an interview and nearly fell out of my chair, as it shook my world view. I'm just saying that not everything may be as it seems. Anything to play on our alltruism, making us feel guilty for crimes we never commited is worth considering.

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Nationalist
Nationalist 8 days ago

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HolohoaxSurvivor
HolohoaxSurvivor 8 days ago

That was full of facts most won't handle well.

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