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2 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

A detachment of royla engineers had already done a dig into the temple mount. The officer leading the dig went on to become one of the founding members of the qatuor coronati lodge

 

he was also put in charge of the police investigation into the occult jack the ripper murders which failed to turn up a murderer

 

 

its just quoting the article from somewhere else

Dont you read the contents of those articles to see if you agree wit them or do you post them hoping to waste peoples time?

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1 minute ago, MarpatV2 said:

Yes, many masons who had cash went exploring the ancient past.

 

they went exploring the temple mount because they knew the legend of their forebears, the knights templar who had also dug into the mount

 

The templar artifacts found by the royal engineers were held in the private collection of a scottish templar historian

 

Just as the freemasons knew the templars had been there, the templars knew that their forebears had also been there many centuries before

 

 

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Just now, Macnamara said:

 

they went exploring the temple mount because they knew the legend of their forebears, the knights templar who had also dug into the mount

 

The templar artifacts found by the royal engineers were held in the private collection of a scottish templar historian

 

Just as the freemasons knew the templars had been there, the templars knew that their forebears had also been there many centuries before

 

 

The lure of great treasure and fame is not limited to the mount. Plenty of people have sunk fortunes into Egypt looking for a big discovery.

 

The masonic connection to the templars is not a solid one. Some freemasons would say it is, some wouldnt. TBH it wouldnt bother me if they were connected. 

 

Anyway, if the templars had removed all this stuff in history then why would people go back after about 800 years or so?

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1 minute ago, MarpatV2 said:

The lure of great treasure and fame is not limited to the mount. Plenty of people have sunk fortunes into Egypt looking for a big discovery.

 

The masonic connection to the templars is not a solid one. Some freemasons would say it is, some wouldnt. TBH it wouldnt bother me if they were connected. 

 

Anyway, if the templars had removed all this stuff in history then why would people go back after about 800 years or so?

 

I'd say its a solid connection

 

I'd say that the knights templar bloodines in britain formed the aristocratic families which then became the heads of british freemasonry

 

When jewish money men like the rothschilds started inter-marrying their families with british aristocracy it wasn't jewish money bailing out old money anglos it was sabbatean kabbalists marrying templar kabbalists

 

eg lord rosebery and hannah rothschild

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

I'd say its a solid connection

 

I'd say that the knights templar bloodines in britain formed the aristocratic families which then became the heads of british freemasonry

 

When jewish money men like the rothschilds started inter-marrying their families with british aristocracy it wasn't jewish money bailing out old money anglos it was sabbatean kabbalists marrying templar kabbalists

 

eg lord rosebery and hannah rothschild

Its not though. Some people want to believe it some think its too sketchy.

 

TBH I couldnt give a shit who people marry and their background. 

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4 minutes ago, MarpatV2 said:

Its not though. Some people want to believe it some think its too sketchy.

 

i know its a solid connection but what you'll get is a lot of complicit authors spinning the subject to try and downplay certain things in order to manage orthodox thought

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9 minutes ago, MarpatV2 said:

The bible clearly shows that whenever the shit hits the fan the Israelites take refuge in Egypt. Jacob and his sons go there to escape famine, The family of jesus go there to avoid persecution, etc.

 

so what does that represent to you symbolically speaking?

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Re: Noahide

 

Israel is for the most part a high-tech secularized state and, unlike Judeophobic/Christophobic lands, largely absent of fundamentalists. Although it's not a stretch of the imagination to conceive of Israeli technocrats posing a threat to global freedom, that an ancient set of religious laws would somehow be involved and imposed by rabbis on the world is a rather fantastic notion.

 

I'm in agreement with 90-95% of what Mr. Icke writes about in The Answer, save for what Appendix 2 tries to convince readers of.

 

Re: Christians & Israel

 

There are Christians who feel the state of Israel (Zion) is something precious to the Lord, despite its having been primarily if not entirely founded by secularists (as opposed to religious Jews) and voted in favorably by the globalist-agenda-driven U.N., arguably the very enemy of true believers. If anything, some think Israel is being prepared not for the Messiah's return but for the appearance of the Antichrist. If such is the case, this would help to explain certain anti-Zionist sentiments expressed by some people.

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Re: Christians & Israel: Addendum

 

One rather well-known and influential pundit, a man who has been dubbed Israel's preeminent revisionist historian, has referred to Christianity, in passing, as a mythology. I'm not sure what exactly he means by this, but I interpret it as a comment which, seemingly, snidely belittles the entire faith of Christian Zionists the world over, via one casually expressed and flippantly expressed polysyllable, if in fact this man is implying Christ as being ahistorical. If so, is this part of his revisionism, also? Just imagine if you are of the adamant opinion that Christ never lived in human form, despite all the recorded and extra-canonical evidence to the contrary. If you were to base in part your polemical foundation on a shaky premise as this, can you possibly be said to display truly detached objectivity in your examination and profuse coverage of the Zionist situation? Maybe not. Maybe one's ultimate stance on the matter is based on a political slant/bias.

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On 5/8/2021 at 6:10 AM, Hegel Schmegel said:

Re: Christians & Israel

 

There are Christians who feel the state of Israel (Zion) is something precious to the Lord, despite its having been primarily if not entirely founded by secularists (as opposed to religious Jews) and voted in favorably by the globalist-agenda-driven U.N., arguably the very enemy of true believers. If anything, some think Israel is being prepared not for the Messiah's return but for the appearance of the Antichrist. If such is the case, this would help to explain certain anti-Zionist sentiments expressed by some people.

 

I believe the short of it, in part: that the whole Christian-Zionism stems from the idea of "Dispensationalism" within lies the ideas of "premillennialism" - in modern times C.I Scofield heavily influenced the fundamentalists of evangelical denominations of American Christianity in the 19thC. Literal interpretation of the bible kind of stuff,  where Israel becoming a nation state is fulfilment of Gods prophecy before Christ returns, heralding the rapture and the thousand year reign of Christ's Kingdom on Earth...  one of the reasons the US administrations always vote for war... the Christian Zios literally want to bring about full Armageddon so the rapture can occur and they can 'be saved' ....  it's all about them, of course....  short jist that I think is where the Christian-Zio comes from...

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Adam Green's website goes down at the same time this whole Jerusalem saga has kicked off.

 

Coincidence? Probably not...

 

This interview is fucking great

 

Hearing it directly from a Palestinian instead of some shitty newscaster is something else, the media's bias is laid completely bare when you hear their version of events vs the actual civilians who are oppressed by these terrorists.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/U5LTAEM2yGOZ/

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