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Jerusalem is not the city of peace.....
#1
I'm stealing my thread back from LOP.

After doing some thinking on the subject, I think it's important to touch upon this topic again.

Everyone's heard of the Jewish question, but I'm going to propose a radical reinterpretation of the old question.

What if it's not the Jews?

I'll say that again, what if it's not the Jews; nay, what if the problem is the city of Jerusalem itself?

What if everything we think of as the NWO, illuminati, or whatever, actually flows from an ancient city which rests upon the most unholy ground on Earth! A place consecrated long before the advent of written history to the purpose of evil, to the destruction of all mankind!

To get started I'll repost my OP that I'm taking back from LOP, and then add new insight in subsequent posts.
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It's the city of darkness, even named after Shalim, the god of darkness!

"Shalim or Shalem was the name of the god of dusk in the Canaanite religion, whose name is based on the same root S-L-M from which the Hebrew word for "peace" is derived"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem#Etymology

I think it's also a fair assumption to realize that the root S-L-M has nothing to do with peace.

Interesting that Shalim is considered to have a meaning of peace, for a dark god, but his twin Shahar's name has no dual meaning, being only light!

It's a great deception that people now believe that a word for darkness now means peace.


Even the Bible records strange words from the people under the rule of King Cyrus, who knew the city as the city of darkness.....

"The king should know that the Jews who came here to Jerusalem from Babylon are rebuilding this rebellious and evil city. They have already laid the foundation and will soon finish its walls." Ezra 4:12

It's interesting that they didn't say that the Jews were rebellious and evil, they specifically say the the city, Jerusalem, is rebellious and evil. They also didn't say anything about any other Jewish cities, but Jerusalem specifically.

And...

"in order that search may be made in the book of the records of your fathers. You will find in the book of the records and learn that this city is a rebellious city, hurtful to kings and provinces, and that sedition was stirred up in it from of old. That was why this city was laid waste." Ezra 4:15

The Jewish history of Jerusalem only began with King David's conquest of the city. Jerusalem had long been known to history before that. It's not much of a stretch to deduce that these men knew that the city's dark history stretched much farther into the past, even to it's founding.
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Now, to new insights.

Anyone remember the Knights Templar?

Strange how they became connected to wicked doings only after they had supposedly found something long hidden at the site of the old Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.

What could they have found that would have profoundly changed their destiny?
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(03-13-2018, 01:44 PM)KillTheCarnage Wrote: Now, to new insights.

Anyone remember the Knights Templar?

Strange how they became connected to wicked doings only after they had supposedly found something long hidden at the site of the old Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.

What could they have found that would have profoundly changed their destiny?

Or where they disposed of for what they found?
"Here they defended themselves to the last, those who still had swords using them, and the others resisting with their hands and teeth."Herodotus VII, 225
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Maybe it's just the clashing of religion and tribal groups. You don't need to invent devils to explain away the horror and blood that has been spilled there. Humans are evil fuckers, we're pretty good and causing misery.
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Yerushalayim means Yahweh’s city of peace. You have to trace the etymology from the Hebrew to get a correct interpretation. Imho. :)

I think the reason for all the struggle stems from the original division of the Earth into the principalities. The Powers of the air as the Bible says, war and struggle over these principalities and especially over Jerusalem because it’s the portion God took for himself.
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(03-13-2018, 01:37 PM)KillTheCarnage Wrote: I'm stealing my thread back from LOP.

After doing some thinking on the subject, I think it's important to touch upon this topic again.

Everyone's heard of the Jewish question, but I'm going to propose a radical reinterpretation of the old question.

What if it's not the Jews?

I'll say that again, what if it's not the Jews; nay, what if the problem is the city of Jerusalem itself?

What if everything we think of as the NWO, illuminati, or whatever, actually flows from an ancient city which rests upon the most unholy ground on Earth!  A place consecrated long before the advent of written history to the purpose of evil, to the destruction of all mankind!

To get started I'll repost my OP that I'm taking back from LOP, and then add new insight in subsequent posts.
They are Ashkenazi Jews converts not descendants of Abraham !! They killed the real Jewish children that immigrated to Israel https://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/oc...ildren.htm
King James Bible
Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.
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https://the-fringe.com/thread-revelation...enazi+Jews
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(03-13-2018, 06:44 PM)Fossiliferous Wrote: Yerushalayim means Yahweh’s city of peace.  You have to trace the etymology from the Hebrew to get a correct interpretation. Imho. :)

I think the reason for all the struggle stems from the original division of the Earth into the principalities. The Powers of the air as the Bible says,  war and struggle over these principalities and especially over Jerusalem because it’s the portion God took for himself.

The problem though, is that the city's name, Jerusalem, predates the hebrew language itself.

The name was given by the Caananites, not the Hebrews.
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Another new insight into this question is.....

If Jerusalem was so important to God, then why did he NEVER tell the Jews to conquer the city?

Even after the forty years wandering in the desert, as the Israelites invaded Caanan they showed no interest in Jerusalem, nor did God show any interest in Jerusalem. They ignored the city.

The tabernacle for Israel was then set up in Shiloh. No temple was requested to be built, nor was Jerusalem ever mentioned as a place where they should worship God.

Later, enter King David, who conquers Jerusalem. What follows this conquest? Sexual sin, murder, and a dead child. Further, David later goes to war with his own son, becomes a pedophile in his old age, and his own family members rape and kill one another.

Then, fast forward to Solomon. What begins his rein in the dark city? Murder. Then it would seem that Solomon recognized the evil which permeated the city, the infection, and sought to consecrate the ground with the building of the first temple, but what followed that move? The splitting of the Israelite Kingdom and a descent into darkness and debauchery for Israel that culminated in their conquest by Babylon.
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