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The Rainbow was widely used by the NHS during the fake pandemic and children drew pictures and stuck

them in their windows.  

 

The Rainbow colours are used for LGBTQ, a distortion of what it is to be a man or a woman.

 

Stanley Kubrik who is alleged to have faked the Moon Landing, used the Rainbow extensively in his

last film "Eyes Wide Shut" depicting in my opinion Freemasonry.

 

 

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The rainbow is the unofficial symbol of Noahidism, representing God's promise to Noah to never again flood the Earth and destroy humanity.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noahidism

 

1920px-Rainbow-diagram-ROYGBIV.svg.png

 

People truly need to look into Noahide Law, a Law in the future for anyone who is not Jewish

 

https://stopnoahidelaw.com/

 

https://noahide.org/

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4 hours ago, Golden Retriever said:

The Rainbow was widely used by the NHS during the fake pandemic and children drew pictures and stuck

them in their windows.  

 

The Rainbow colours are used for LGBTQ, a distortion of what it is to be a man or a woman.

 

Stanley Kubrik who is alleged to have faked the Moon Landing, used the Rainbow extensively in his

last film "Eyes Wide Shut" depicting in my opinion Freemasonry.

 

 

 

David went there! That's a MUST WATCH

 

'Somewhere over the rainbow' was played at the funeral of project monarch sex kitten marilyn monroe

 

Ton Cruise gets collared by two project monarch ladies in 'eyes wide shut': 'Don't you want to see where the rainbow ends?'

 

 

 

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Published May 16, 2020 (2 years ago
LGBTQ community infuriated someone else is using rainbow symbol 🏳️‍🌈

After having read the article above, it got me thinking how a community which has fought so hard for their rights to be recognized, has now become exclusionist towards others.

Keep in mind that the symbol of the rainbow 🌈 belonged to cultures around the world long before the Pride flag made its debut in 1978.

Diverse ethnic communities in major cities around the world could get together to organize a Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival

They'd be in a unique position to teach their communities that the symbol of the rainbow 🌈 is not exclusive to the LGBTQ+ community alone.

This way ethnic communities could reclaim the rainbow 🌈 through the process of cultural education.

For example, over the period of a month, various ethnic communities in a city could have venues operating at their local community centres or places of worship, where they would represent their own cultural interpretation of the symbol 🌈 and its deeper meanings as it relates to their culture.

Rainbows in mythology - Wikipedia 
The rainbow has a place in legend owing to its beauty and the historical difficulty in explaining the phenomenon. 
In Greco-Roman mythology, the rainbow was considered to be a path made by a messenger (Iris) between Earth and Heaven.
In some traditions of Tibetan Buddhism or Dzogchen, a rainbow body is believed to be attainable through practice.[1]
In Chinese mythology, the rainbow was a slit in the sky sealed by goddess Nüwa using stones of five different colours.
 
The Irish leprechaun's secret hiding place for his pot of gold is usually said to be at the end of the rainbow. This place is impossible to reach, because the rainbow is an optical effect which depends on the location of the viewer. When walking towards the end of a rainbow, it will appear to "move" further away (two people who simultaneously observe a rainbow at different locations will disagree about where a rainbow is). 
In the Christian Bible's Genesis flood narrative, after creating a flood to wash away humanity's corruption, God put the rainbow in the sky as the sign of his promise that he would never again destroy the earth with flood (Genesis 9:13–17):
If such a festival were to occur, it could be held separate from Pride Month. As an example, the Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival could be held in fall instead of June when pride month occurs. 

But this could easily backfire if activists from the gay community got wind of this. 

One way around any pushback would be to,

First, have no affiliation with the gay community or pride related events. This would create a conflict of interest between the festival's business dealings and the gay community's political activities.

Second, consider allowing some people who identify as gays to take part in the festival, as long as they don't push for the gay agenda. And if they decide to sabotage this event it would reflect negatively on the LGBTQ community. 

If any problems were to occur from their end, the public would see them as divisive and problematic. 

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On 9/9/2022 at 4:36 AM, Golden Retriever said:

The rainbow is the unofficial symbol of Noahidism, representing God's promise to Noah to never again flood the Earth and destroy humanity.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noahidism

 

1920px-Rainbow-diagram-ROYGBIV.svg.png

 

People truly need to look into Noahide Law, a Law in the future for anyone who is not Jewish

 

https://stopnoahidelaw.com/

 

https://noahide.org/

 

alexa said:

 

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The rainbow was gods promise to never flood the earth again.

So is Satan/Lucifer deliberately using this symbol of the rainbow? I believe so, and he is using it to to show his Dominion over his desperately wanted Kingdom.......The World

 

 

Could a Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival be a necessary catalyst to introduce the Noahide Laws in society, or has the LGBTQ+ community already achieved this? 

 

4 minutes ago, The OC said:
Published May 16, 2020 (2 years ago
LGBTQ community infuriated someone else is using rainbow symbol 🏳️‍🌈

After having read the article above, it got me thinking how a community which has fought so hard for their rights to be recognized, has now become exclusionist towards others.

Keep in mind that the symbol of the rainbow 🌈 belonged to cultures around the world long before the Pride flag made its debut in 1978.

Diverse ethnic communities in major cities around the world could get together to organize a Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival

They'd be in a unique position to teach their communities that the symbol of the rainbow 🌈 is not exclusive to the LGBTQ+ community alone.

This way ethnic communities could reclaim the rainbow 🌈 through the process of cultural education.

For example, over the period of a month, various ethnic communities in a city could have venues operating at their local community centres or places of worship, where they would represent their own cultural interpretation of the symbol 🌈 and its deeper meanings as it relates to their culture.

Rainbows in mythology - Wikipedia 
The rainbow has a place in legend owing to its beauty and the historical difficulty in explaining the phenomenon. 
In Greco-Roman mythology, the rainbow was considered to be a path made by a messenger (Iris) between Earth and Heaven.
In some traditions of Tibetan Buddhism or Dzogchen, a rainbow body is believed to be attainable through practice.[1]
In Chinese mythology, the rainbow was a slit in the sky sealed by goddess Nüwa using stones of five different colours.
 
The Irish leprechaun's secret hiding place for his pot of gold is usually said to be at the end of the rainbow. This place is impossible to reach, because the rainbow is an optical effect which depends on the location of the viewer. When walking towards the end of a rainbow, it will appear to "move" further away (two people who simultaneously observe a rainbow at different locations will disagree about where a rainbow is). 
In the Christian Bible's Genesis flood narrative, after creating a flood to wash away humanity's corruption, God put the rainbow in the sky as the sign of his promise that he would never again destroy the earth with flood (Genesis 9:13–17):
If such a festival were to occur, it could be held separate from Pride Month. As an example, the Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival could be held in fall instead of June when pride month occurs. 

But this could easily backfire if activists from the gay community got wind of this. 

One way around any pushback would be to,

First, have no affiliation with the gay community or pride related events. This would create a conflict of interest between the festival's business dealings and the gay community's political activities.

Second, consider allowing some people who identify as gays to take part in the festival, as long as they don't push for the gay agenda. And if they decide to sabotage this event it would reflect negatively on the LGBTQ community. 

If any problems were to occur from their end, the public would see them as divisive and problematic. 

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3 hours ago, screamingeagle said:

 

And David Icke talks about the dangers of Jewish Noahide Law in that video, which I highlighted two days ago and

you responded with a Ha Ha emoji.  Odd response imo.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

And David Icke talks about the dangers of Jewish Noahide Law in that video, which I highlighted two days ago and

you responded with a Ha Ha emoji.  Odd response imo.

 

 

 

Good interview from David. Even mentions CHABAD.

 

Weve been saying this for years of course GETTING THE TRUTH OUT!

 

Like Trump bringing in laws in the US that nobody can criticise any (((pseudo racial clique))) supremacist.

 

Trump Anti-Semitism Order Critics Seem to Have Misunderstood Content

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I normally check out everyone's attachments before commenting, but haven't this time so sorry if it repeats anything already included. I remember when I very first started probing into the lies and warped plans for our futures, and there was a leaked plan, on a par with Project Blubeam, that talked about a rainbow road. There was talk of splitting people into colour coded groups denoting their fate - work horse; sex slave; scientific / medical experimental guinea pig; execution. I don't recall all the details now, just the gist.

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27 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Good interview from David. Even mentions CHABAD.

 

Weve been saying this for years of course GETTING THE TRUTH OUT!

 

Like Trump bringing in laws in the US that nobody can criticise any (((pseudo racial clique))) supremacist.

 

Trump Anti-Semitism Order Critics Seem to Have Misunderstood Content

 

Yes we have Odds.

 

David Icke quoted today from this CounterPunch article about the leader of Chabad. (From about 19 minutes in)

 

https://davidicke.com/2022/09/11/what-is-this-symbol-really-david-icke-dot-connector-videocast/

 

Why is the US Honoring a Racist Rabbi?

 

Some of Schneerson’s rarely reported teachings:

 

“This is what needs to be said about the body: the body of a Jewish person is of a totally different quality from the body of [members] of all nations of the world … The difference in the inner quality between Jews and non-Jews is “so great that the bodies should be considered as completely different species.

 

“An even greater difference exists in regard to the soul. Two contrary types of soul exist, a non-Jewish soul comes from three satanic spheres, while the Jewish soul stems from holiness.”“As has been explained, an embryo is called a human being, because it has both body and soul. Thus, the difference between a Jewish and a non-Jewish embryo can be understood.”

 

“…the general difference between Jews and non-Jews: A Jew was not createdas a means for some [other] purpose; he himself is the purpose, since the substance of all [divine] emanations was created only to serve the Jews.”“The important things are the Jews, because they do not exist for any [other] aim; they themselves are [the divine] aim.” “The entire creation [of a non-Jew] exists only for the sake of the Jews.”

 

https://www.counterpunch.org/2014/04/07/why-is-the-us-honoring-a-racist-rabbi/

 

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