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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Don't worry, be happy... or not???


I have a dilemma; maybe you have some insights, dear reader?

On the one hand, I do see clearly that Hashem is performing miracles of miracles for us and for all good people on earth; Edom is on the way to the sewer, and with it all that cling to it. On the other hand, I see that the government of Israel, and by extension the NWO, i.e. Edom, i.e. Amalek, has not changed its spots one iota; the hypocrisy is greater than ever, destruction is in the works, lies, false promises are the order of the day. There are a few good people in the Knesset, granted, and for that I am grateful. Unfortunately they are not the ones pulling the strings. As far as I am concerned, the hunger strike will be about as effective as the march to Gush Katif was in 2005. Bibi, Barak and company wouldn't let Arab prisoners die, but Jews, who cares? Let them kill themselves, why should our Amalekites give a rat's ass? Just as well, one less Jew to deal with! Wasted effort; there must be a better way. If anything, remember Kfar Maimon, and how it turned out that this sneaky tactic to weaken the people so they would be unable to resist originated from the Shabak. I would not be one bit surprised if this hunger strike is another one of those tricks to weaken the people so they won't have the strength to resist the GOI when destruction comes. Whose idea was it anyway? It is absurd. If the rabbis want to call a fast, let them, I am all for it. But a hunger strike is a goyish thing to do, it will only weaken our people. DON'T HUNGER STRIKE, prepare for battle instead.


So now plans are in place to uproot Jewish trees in Netzer, uproot Jewish families in Beth-El, etc. etc. The wide coalition is perfect for fulfilling the PTB's goals, a Jew- free Yesha, and hopefully a true- Jew- free Israel altogether. As far as Iran, a distant priority at best.

So, my question is, what is going to happen? Is Hashem going to perform miracles for us this time? Or will evil once again prevail?
I know the End of Days fans are convinced that this is it, that the Geulah is here. I am not so sure. 

So my question is: should we worry, or should we be happy?

To be or not to be, that is the question.

Shabbat Shalom


Monday, May 21, 2012

One piece of news you won't read in the media: papal chamber of horrors destroyed by Hashem's earthquake on Yom Yerushalayim, just before the solar eclipse!

 AP. May this be the fate of all our enemies

 ז  זְכֹר יְהוָה לִבְנֵי אֱדוֹם אֵת יוֹם יְרוּשָׁלִָם:
הָאֹמְרִים עָרוּ עָרוּ עַד הַיְסוֹד בָּהּ
Remember, O LORD,  the day of Jerusalem
 against the children of Edom who said: 
'Raze it, raze it, even to its foundation!'
Psalm 137

Chodesh Tov to all,
"We have practically lost all our artistic patrimony," said Alberto Silvestri, mayor of San Felice. "Churches and towers collapsed. The theatre is still standing but has cracks."
I haven't posted since before Pessach, and frankly I don't have the energy to post these days. But this story bears telling; we Jews deserve to know when Hashem does miracles for us. Here is one: the church's evil powers shaken to the core; and in this case I don't mean just your run- of- the- mill catholic idol worship; I am talking about the darkest forces of the papacy, where incest, idolatry and murder converge; the forces of darkness of the church were concentrated in the castle that was destroyed on Yom Yerushalayim; ever heard of the CUP OF BORGIA? It originated there. Read below a new dialogue with Dov Bear Bar Leib, who follows the Zohar's writings closely, and connects the Zohar's statements with current events. He was discussing Dionysus earlier and had written some very scholarly comments on the Zohar, so I sent him the following, which I had read and noticed last night.

This place was destroyed on Yom Yerushalayim. All their patrimony - Dionysus / Bacchus - destroyed., All their churches - flattened.

And the name of the locale? Sant' Agostino - Saint Augustine - their big and  famous Jesuit.

Oh, and by the way, their PIGS got destroyed too. So interesting,.

I think this is very important. I was hesitating to mention it because that place was good to the Jews in the past, and also had a link to protestantism. However the link to the Catholic church is very strong, and so is the link to Dionysus and wine.

Where do these articles mention Dionysus?
 me:  They mention BACCHUS - same thing, same god, only Roman.
 Dov:  Yes, I knew that sorry I was just scanning them.
 me:  Read about Bacchanales. This site was dedicated to Dionysus, and I guess celebrated appropriately.
 me:  Cabinet of the Bacchanalia

This is a little passage-way that was at one time completely painted; the right-hand wall still shows three scenes inspired by the myth of Bacchus.
In 1999 under the initiative of the provincial administration, it started "The Castle for the City" project, that scheduled a massive restoration of the castle. The itinerary of the restoration of the castle has gone through important steps to remember: the exhibition "The Triumph of Bacchus" inaugurated in 2002 by the President of the Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and the art exposition "The Este in Ferrara" opened on 14 March 2004 by the President of the European Commission Romano Prodi. In 2006 the whole project of restoration of the Castle was concluded with two significant events: the completion of the touristic tour designed by Gae Aulenti and the restoration and opening of the Cabinets of Alfonso d'Este.

[Comment : BECAUSE they restored this horror they deserved destruction, I would say. Why revive this dead monster? What does it say about these people? What does it say about the current pope?]

The tower was damaged in the 2012 Northern Italy earthquake.
After the departure of the Este to Modena, the castle became the residence of the Papal Legate who administered the Ferrarese territory as civil governor (for a maximum term of four years).

 me:  Saletta dei Giochi

The Saletta dei Giochi ("Small Chamber of Games") has a ceiling decorated, in the centre, with the round dance of the Four Seasons, and around that frescoes with scenes of the Games of Ancient Rome; on the long side a Bacchanal; opposite that the Basket Fight, a sort of boxing in which the competitors had around their hands bandages called ‘baskets’. On the two short walls are represented Gladiator fights. At the bottom, scenes of children's games rendered in the artistic style of Ancient Rome. From the Saletta dei Giochi it's possible to climb right up to the balustrade of the Lion's Tower, from which it is possible to enjoy a good panoramic view of the city of Ferrara.

Saletta dei Veleni

The Saletta dei Veleni ("Small Chamber of Poisons") seems to have been used originally by the court pharmacists to produce medicine and, according to some, also the poisons used against political enemies. The ceiling is from the 20th century and represents Italy surrounded by symbols of conquest from the fascist period.
 Dov:  Was the passage destroyed??
Cabinet of the Bacchanalia
 me:  Don't know. The whole thing was destroyed, maybe not completely but badly enough.
Among others.
 Dov:  OMG it is for real
 me:  Read various articles in the press about what that earthquake destroyed.
 Dov:  this is massive if that passage was destroyed or badly damaged.
 me:  The interesting thing is, the same thing happened, guess when? During Birkat Hachamah, Erev Pessach 3 years ago. I was in Mexico at the time, I remember very clearly the event, and all their newspapers in Spanish mentioned how all the churches - the papal estates - were destroyed.
Now this happened again during a SOLAR event.
The massive thing is, San Augustine destroyed, churches destroyed, during the solar eclipse. THAT is the massive stuff. Also associated with Pessach - Shavuot.
The first one happened Erev Pessach.
The second happened Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan - Shavuot.
I deduct that the third one - with the churches of ROME destroyed - will happen on or around Succot, which year I don't know..
Both times associated with a seminal event according to the Jewish calendar.
Birkat Hachamah happens only every 28 years, and that year was very special.
This particular eclipse happened every 20 years, also a very special year according to what you were saying.
I see a clear link between the two. Prayers of the Jews.
 Dov:  yet this is a massive event related to the Geulah as brought down by the Zohar.  The 7 stars blocked out by the sun in year 72 were the Pleiades.  The Pleiades were the nursemaids to Dionysus

me:  This Estense is a castle, not a church. Churches did get damaged, but this is something else.
It was a whole entity, one cruel one too. House of horrors and of bacchanalia apparently.
Now remember too that wine was frequently used to poison popes , etc. And they had a chamber of poisons. Borgia was one of the main pope poisoners. I wonder if he had any links in Ferrara.
Will check it out, all the sordid papal stories are linked to this kind of stuff.

 me:  With other words this castle had a room where they prepared poisons. Were those poisons mixed in with the wine used to kill various popes opposed to various Vatican rulings?

 me:  Here is the link! I was right. This was the hall of poison horrors connected to the Borgias:
Lucrezia Borgia (Italian pronunciation: [luˈkrɛttsja ˈbɔrdʒa]; 18 April 1480 – 24 June 1519) was the illegitimate daughter of Rodrigo Borgia, the powerful Renaissance Valencian who later became Pope Alexander VI, and Vannozza dei Cattanei. Her brothers included Cesare Borgia, Giovanni Borgia, and Gioffre Borgia. It is often suggested that Cesare and Lucrezia may have had an incestuous relationship.[1]

Lucrezia's family later came to epitomize the ruthless Machiavellian politics and sexual corruption alleged to be characteristic of the Renaissance Papacy. Lucrezia was cast as a femme fatale, a role she has been portrayed as in many artworks, novels, and films.

Very little is known of Lucrezia, and the extent of her complicity in the political machinations of her father and brothers is unclear. They certainly arranged several marriages for her to important or powerful men in order to advance their own political ambitions. Lucrezia was married to Giovanni Sforza (Lord of Pesaro), Alfonso of Aragon (Duke of Bisceglie), and Alfonso I d'Este (Duke of Ferrara). Tradition has it that Alfonso of Aragon was an illegitimate son of the King of Naples and that her brother Cesare may have had him murdered after his political value waned.
 me:  One horrible family. Lucrezia Borgia was married to the duke of Ferrara, duke d'Este, whose castle  contained the hall of poisons.

 me:  She was the daughter of a pope. Look at this, the story is coming full circle. Now you will understand why this earthquake had to happen, and why this castle had to be destroyed:
Probably the core evil of the papacy rested there.

 For information on THE CUP OF BORGIA, search this blog. The method of the Borgias is still being used to this day; killing political enemies with secret poison drinks. 

(I bet you Shimon Peres was one of the first to send his condolences on the loss of this 'patrimony'.)

Several rumours have persisted throughout the years, primarily speculating as to the nature of the extravagant parties thrown by the Borgia family. Many of these concern allegations of incest, poisoning, and murder on her part; however, no historical basis for these rumours has ever been brought forward, beyond allegations made by the rivals of the Borgias.

   It is rumoured that Lucrezia was in possession of a hollow ring that she used frequently to poison drinks.[26][27]
   An early 20th century painting by Frank Cadogan Cowper that hangs in the London art gallery, Tate Britain, portrays Lucrezia taking the place of her father, Pope Alexander VI, at an official Vatican meeting. This apparently documents an actual event, although the precise moment depicted (a Franciscan friar kissing Lucrezia's feet) was invented by the artist.[28]
This is one piece of news you won't read in the media!