Archive for the ‘Judaism’ Category

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Season Of Sacrifice – Mark Passio

April 16, 2018

They do it every year since we still refuse to stop them. This is when they killed Prince. This year will be no different until people stop hoping it won’t be them and start caring for everyone.

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Jewish Scam-Scum All In One Sick Pic

April 10, 2018

Hate them!!!! Hate them with everything you have. Didn’t have room for Netanyahu and Cheney.

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They are largely responsible for the state of the world today.

Top left: Rupert Murdoch controls the global media.

Top right: Jacob Rothschild controls the dollar and central banking.

Bottom left: George Soros control funding for all progressive and liberal bullshit that is really Jewish gay and feminist agenda.

Bottom right: Henry Kissinger control global war policy and has ordered deaths of hundreds of millions.

When they’re gone the entire planet will become a better place instantaneously!!!!!!

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God is not Good……What “God” Really Means………

April 7, 2018

God is an evil word. Its origin is German which already makes it evil for me. 70% of the pink skin “whites” in America have German ancestry. What type of people have the word “germ” in the name of their ethnicity? Sounds nasty to me.

Never Say GOD!!!! It sends energy to demonic forces that sacrifice us to stay in power.

Use Neberdjer, Olodumare or Bondye!!!!!!!! Those names refer to the actual supreme/divine creator of the void that no one is above. See what God really means below.

Catholic Encyclopedia:
Etymology of the Word “God”

(Anglo-Saxon God; German Gott; akin to Persian khoda …).

God can variously be defined as:

  • the proper name of the one Supreme and Infinite Personal Being, the Creator and Ruler of the universe, to whom man owes obedience and worship;
  • the common or generic name of the several supposed beings to whom, in polytheistic religions, Divine attributes are ascribed and Divine worship rendered;
  • the name sometimes applied to an idol as the image or dwelling-place of a god.

The root-meaning of the name (from Gothic root gheu; Sanskrit hub or emu, “to invoke or to sacrifice to”) is either “the one invoked” or “the one sacrificed to.” From different Indo-Germanic roots (div, “to shine” or “give light”; thes in thessasthai “to implore”) come the Indo-Iranian deva, Sanskrit dyaus (gen. divas), Latin deus, Greek theos, Irish and Gaelic dia, all of which are generic names; also Greek Zeus (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater), Old Teutonic Tiu or Tiw (surviving in Tuesday), Latin Janus, Diana, and other proper names of pagan deities. The common name most widely used in Semitic occurs as ‘el in Hebrew, ‘ilu in Babylonian, ‘ilah in Arabic, etc.; and though scholars are not agreed on the point, the root-meaning most probably is “the strong or mighty one.”

Oxford English Dictionary:

“god (gρd). Also 3-4 godd. [Com. Teut.: OE. god (masc. in sing.; pl. godugodo neut., godas masc.) corresponds to OFris., OS., Du. god masc., OHG. gotcot (MHG. got, mod.Ger. gott) masc., ON. goðguð neut. and masc., pl. goðguð neut. (later Icel. pl. guðir masc.; Sw., Da. gud), Goth. guÞ (masc. in sing.; pl. guÞaguda neut.). The Goth. and ON. words always follow the neuter declension, though when used in the Christian sense they are syntactically masc. The OTeut. type is therefore *guđom neut., the adoption of the masculine concord being presumably due to the Christian use of the word. The neuter sb., in its original heathen use, would answer rather to L. numen than to L. deus. Another approximate equivalent of deus in OTeut. was *ansu-z (Goth. in latinized pl. form anses, ON. ρss, OE. Ós– in personal names, ésa genit. pl.); but this seems to have been applied only to the higher deities of the native pantheon, never to foreign gods; and it never came into Christian use.

 The ulterior etymology is disputed. Apart from the unlikely hypothesis of adoption from some foreign tongue, the OTeut. *gubom implies as its pre-Teut. type either *ghudho-m or *ghutó-m. The former does not appear to admit of explanation; but the latter would represent the neut. of the passive pple. of a root *gheu-.  There are two Aryan roots of the required form (both *glheu, with palatal aspirate): one meaning ‘to invoke’ (Skr. hū), the other ‘to pour, to offer sacrifice’ (Skr. hu, Gr. χέειν, OE. yéotan YETE v.). Hence *glhutó-m has been variously interpreted as ‘what is invoked’ (cf. Skr. puru-hūta ‘much-invoked’, an epithet of Indra) and as ‘what is worshipped by sacrifice’ (cf. Skr. hutá, which occurs in the sense ‘sacrificed to’ as well as in that of ‘offered in sacrifice’). Either of these conjectures is fairly plausible, as they both yield a sense practically coincident with the most obvious definition deducible from the actual use of the word, ‘an object of worship’.

god (n.) from etymonline.com

Old English god “supreme being, deity; the Christian God; image of a god; godlike person,” from Proto-Germanic *guthan (source also of Old Saxon, Old Frisian, Dutch god, Old High German got, German Gott, Old Norse guð, Gothic guþ), from PIE *ghut- “that which is invoked” (source also of Old Church Slavonic zovo “to call,” Sanskrit huta- “invoked,” an epithet of Indra), from root *gheu(e)- “to call, invoke.”

But some trace it to PIE *ghu-to- “poured,” from root *gheu- “to pour, pour a libation” (source of Greek khein “to pour,” also in the phrase khute gaia “poured earth,” referring to a burial mound; see found(v.2)). “Given the Greek facts, the Germanic form may have referred in the first instance to the spirit immanent in a burial mound” [Watkins]. See also Zeus. In either case, not related to good.

 

So God means to sacrifice or invoke as in a ritual like a libation. It is NOT related to the word “good”. Got it? Good…….just not God.

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The Real Meaning of Easter (Astarte)

April 2, 2018

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THERE IS NO JESUS (except in your mind)

April 1, 2018

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Hidden Truth On Christianity By Phil Valentine (Hint: It’s All Bullshit)

April 1, 2018

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Beyond Pizzagate – Global Child Sex Trafficking

March 29, 2018

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