"History is more about understanding the people with whom one is dealing than it is about avoiding 'repeating mistakes of the past.'"
Date: 5/2/2017 3:46:48 AM ( 7 mon ) ... viewed 357 times
One of my primary subscriptions feeds me a wide spectrum of "news", info, "intel" and the like. What amazes me is that a very large portion of the daily reports not only attracts my interest but inspires and motivates me to investigate further. Such is the case today with the following forward from "Forbidden Knowledge TV":
"... an even-handed, scholarly and accurate account of the history and the beliefs of the Sabbateans, in (an) interview with Dr. Rabbi Marvin Antelman by Tamar Yonah of Israel National Radio, recorded back in 2006. ...
Antelman is a rabbi and a chemist, ... he may be most well-known for his two-volume book, 'To Eliminate the Opiate,' an exposé of the Secret Societies who control the world and who have scapegoated the Jewish people in the process.
Antelman explains how the Sabbatean-Frankist apostate cult sprang from a Jewish community within the Ottoman Empire during the 1600s and it quickly spread to Eastern Europe. ...
Their leader, Shabbatai Zevi (aka Tzvi), born in Izmir, Turkey (the city formerly known as Smyrna) was believed to be the Messiah by his followers and he became so influential that the Ottoman sultan forced Zevi to convert to Islam.
According to Canadian-Jewish author, Henry Makow, "After his 'conversion,' over a million followers, who later included financiers like the Rothschilds, imitated his example. But they didn't just pretend to be Muslims or Christians. They pretended to be Jews as well. They were the forebears of the Illuminati and Communism."
In 1756, the Frankists (successors of the Sabbateans) were excommunicated by establishment rabbis for their heretical and frankly Satanic practices but they re-emerged under numerous stealthy guises, as the leaders of both the Reform AND Conservative (Hasidic) Jewish movements, as explained ... by Antelman.
Previously, Judaism had consisted in followers of the Torah but now, these wedges had been inserted into the Jewish faith. The largest Hasidic sect today is called Satmar and it is based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It is known for its ultra-Orthodoxy and its opposition to Zionism. Many Reform Jews share the latter view. (Rabbi Marvin Antelman does not and is a hardcore Zionist).
"Communist defector Bella Dodd revealed that during the 1930's the Communist Party had 1,100 members join the Catholic Priesthood. They became Bishops, Cardinals and Popes. [... according to Makow, Communism is an invention of the Sabbateans].
"By adopting this chameleon strategy, this Satanic cult infiltrated and subverted most governments and religions, and established an invisible tyranny without drawing much attention. In the words of the gifted Jewish researcher Clifford Shack, 'Through infiltration, stealth and cunning, this invisible network has come to rule us all. Forty-one years after Shabbatai Zevi's death, in 1717, they would infiltrate Masonry guilds in England and establish Freemasonry... [Zevi's successor] Jacob Frank would have a great impact on the inner core of Freemasonry known as the Illuminati, formed in 1776. Freemasonry would become the hidden force behind events like the [American, French and Russian] revolutions, the creations of the UN and Israel, both World Wars (including the Holocaust!), and the assassinations of the Kennedy brothers who, together with their father, tried to thwart the efforts of the network on American soil.'"
July 23, 2017 -
"Historians, such as the author of The Spear of Destiny, record that the ruler who possesses the spear that pierced Christ's side, including fifty-five men from Constatine to Adolf Hitler, will have occultic sovereignty. The spear is now housed in Austria, the site of the new United Nations centre.( The Spear of Destiny, Page 64.)"
I read the book and at the time was definitely impressed with the "possession" of Hitler. Now I take greater note of the "United Nations" in not only this account but in a number of other references I've been reading in recent days.
 Upon reading this title I searched and found it available at Amazon. One of the comments there included the following:
"... history is more about understanding the people with whom one is dealing than it is about avoiding 'repeating mistakes of the past.' ..."
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