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11-26-2016, 09:24 AM (This post was last modified: 11-26-2016 09:25 AM by Rako.)
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(11-26-2016 08:41 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  i actually think they do a lot of good work and probably aren't as shady as people think

malteser intl is one of the most charitable groups in the world. first responders to a lot of crisis situations. they don't brag about it either
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http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/02/11/...-of-malta/

Quote:Dr. Robert Moynihan, editor of Inside the Vatican magazine, is no conspiracy theorist. He’s THE quasi-official Vatican-embedded journalist and commentator.

So when Moynihan let slip a soupçon of skepticism about the “resigned due to old age” story, my ears pricked up and my hair stood on end. Moynihan points out in his latest journalistic encyclical that the Pope sure didn’t look like he needed to resign for health reasons: “I saw the Pope twice this week, once at a concert (on Monday evening, where I was sitting about 20 yards away from him) and at his General Audience on Wednesday. For a man of 85, he looked well, though he did seem tired.”

Why, pray tell, did he “seem tired”? What, precisely, was weighing on his infallible mind?

Moynihan takes a guess:

" On Saturday, I intended (sic) a funeral Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica for a cardinal who died last week (Cardinal Giovanni Cheli). Pope Benedict was scheduled to attend, but at the very last minute, he canceled his attendance. This was an indication to me already Saturday evening that he was unusually tired (he had spent several hours that monring (sic) with the Order of the Knights of Malta). Normally he would have been present at a cardinal’s funeral."

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The Knights of Malta are one of the most feared and whispered-about secret societies in the world. Originally a gang of fanatical crusaders dedicated to perpetrating genocide in the Holy Land, the Knights apparently have not changed very much – at least if you believe Seymour Hersh. He says the Knights of Malta are a key part of “how eight or nine neoconservatives, radicals if you will, overthrew the American government.”

Seymour Hersh explains:

“[The] attitude (toward the Iraq invasion) was, ‘What’s this? What are they all worried about, the politicians and the press, they’re all worried about some looting?” Hersh was quoted as saying. “Don’t they get it? We’re gonna change mosques into cathedrals. And when we get all the oil, nobody’s gonna give a damn.’ That’s the attitude. We’re gonna change mosques into cathedrals. That’s an attitude that pervades, I’m here to say, a large percentage of the Joint Special Operations Command [JSOC].”

Hersh further claimed that Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Vice Admiral William McRaven and others in the JSOC were members of the “Knights of Malta” and “Opus Dei,” two little known Catholic orders.

“They do see what they’re doing — and this is not an atypical attitude among some military — it’s a crusade, literally,” Hersh reportedly continued. “They see themselves as the protectors of the Christians. They’re protecting them from the Muslims [as in] the 13th century.

I wonder if Pope Benedict's resignation was related to them.
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11-26-2016, 09:29 AM
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(11-26-2016 08:54 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  the tech helps them

people think the internet and tech is the greatest thing to "personal empowerment" but the opposite true

at no other point of time in history has the govt had this much power over its citizenry. freezing your paypal, back account, tracking your every thought on social media etc.

people are idiots

It probably works both ways.

But you can be right . Added technology can centralize society.

Wasnt the Internet or its public servers invented or begun in a govt lab?
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11-26-2016, 09:36 AM (This post was last modified: 11-26-2016 09:38 AM by Rako.)
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(11-26-2016 09:22 AM)jho Wrote:  Yeah I admit, it's not perfectly clear, but a template to understand the connections.

The tribe of Dan is the 13th tribe of Israel, aka the Vikings who are also related to the Celts. Hence the name Danmark/Denmark, the land of the Dans. The tribe of Dan originates from the descendants of Moses who was actually Ahkenaton. The monotheist pharaohs (also known as the Hyksos) were driven out of Egypt, this is depicted in the story of the Exodus. The descendants of Moses were written out of the bible, and hidden from history.

The Hyksos were also Canaanites like the Phoenicians. Malta was one of their colonies during the height of the Phoenician empire.

The Phoenicians would build up an empire only to have it replaced by one of their former colonies. Carthage Replaced Phoenicia, The Holy Roman empire replaced the Roman Empire, like the British Empire gave way to the American Empire.

Switzerland was also settled by Celts, and there is a lot of Egyptian symbology found in Switzerland.

13 is an important number to the cryptocracy, the tribe of Dan is the 13th tribe, and the American flag has 13 stripes.

Phoenicians ships look identical to Viking ships because they were built by the same people.

Another arm of this bloodline group is the cult of Mithras which infiltrated the Roman Empire through the Praetorian Guard, because of an alliance between Titus and his "adopted slave" Josephus Flavius and other Jewish priests who were the descendants of Moses.

The red & white stripes and the Cross of Saint George are a clues to this shared heritage.
Not sure how much I want to get into it in this thread. But I imagine some viking people who visited Catholic countries could have joined secret orders or possibly occult ones like the Templars. But viking nations, Dna, language and pagan religion is indo-european like the Germans, rather than Semitic like that of the Semitic (sons of Shem) Israelite tribes.

Some other things you mentioned like the Red Cross charity being connected to the Swiss is real.
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11-26-2016, 09:45 AM
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The Phoenicians & Hyksos weren't Semitic. Phoenician comes from the Greek word "Phoinos" meaning–"blood red", which is a description of the ruddy color of their skin when they became sunburnt.

In Egyptian Hyksos means "rulers of foreign countries." Josephus called them "Shepherd Kings."

Half of European men share King Tut's DNA
Quote:Up to 70 percent of British men and half of all Western European men are related to the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, geneticists in Switzerland said.

Scientists at Zurich-based DNA genealogy centre, iGENEA, reconstructed the DNA profile of the boy Pharaoh, who ascended the throne at the age of nine, his father Akhenaten and grandfather Amenhotep III, based on a film that was made for the Discovery Channel.

The results showed that King Tut belonged to a genetic profile group, known as haplogroup R1b1a2, to which more than 50 percent of all men in Western Europe belong, indicating that they share a common ancestor.

Among modern-day Egyptians this haplogroup contingent is below 1 percent, according to iGENEA.

"It was very interesting to discover that he belonged to a genetic group in Europe -- there were many possible groups in Egypt that the DNA could have belonged to," said Roman Scholz, director of the iGENEA Centre.

Around 70 percent of Spanish and 60 percent of French men also belong to the genetic group of the Pharaoh who ruled Egypt more than 3,000 years ago.

"We think the common ancestor lived in the Caucasus about 9,500 years ago," Scholz told Reuters.

It is estimated that the earliest migration of haplogroup R1b1a2 into Europe began with the spread of agriculture in 7,000 BC, according to iGENEA.

However, the geneticists were not sure how Tutankhamun's paternal lineage came to Egypt from its region of origin.

The centre is now using DNA testing to search for the closest living relatives of "King Tut."

"The offer has only been publicised for three days but we have already seen a lot of interest," Scholz told Reuters.

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11-26-2016, 10:17 AM (This post was last modified: 11-26-2016 10:20 AM by Rako.)
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(11-26-2016 09:45 AM)jho Wrote:  The Phoenicians & Hyksos weren't Semitic. Phoenician comes from the Greek word "Phoinos" meaning–"blood red", which is a description of the ruddy color of their skin when they became sunburnt.

In Egyptian Hyksos means "rulers of foreign countries." Josephus called them "Shepherd Kings."

I had heard that the Philistine were Greek, and can understand that the Phoenicians were Indo European.
Hyksos could have included Semites though. I think it was a nondescript term for immigrants and invaders who came from or through West Asia, which could include Phioenicians and Semites.

I would want greater reliable research before having a strong argeement that vikings ca me from Phoenicia or vice verse, because of the time period distances, climates, and distances between them geographically.
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11-26-2016, 12:48 PM
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_Israelism

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11-26-2016, 01:07 PM
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There are a couple hypothesis that I've been studying which might tie everything together: the theories of Atlantis and the Phantom Time Hypothesis.

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Michael Tsarion has done a lot of research on this subject, while I don't agree with him 100% the commonality between the cultures is pretty intriguing.
The Irish Origins of Civilization: Druidic Symbolism in Masonry and Judeo-Christianity
Quote:In all private religious associations and secret cults of later antiquity the members made use of a secret sign of recognition or union. This they carried about in the form, in some cases, of wooden, bronze, or silver amulets hung around the neck or concealed beneath the clothes, in others woven in their garments, or tattooed upon the forehead, neck, breast, hands, etc,. Among these signs was the cross, and it was usually described under the name “Tau” after the letter of the old Phoenician alphabet - Arthur Dewes (The Christ Myth)

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11-26-2016, 01:12 PM
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(11-26-2016 01:07 PM)jho Wrote:  There are a couple hypothesis that I've been studying which might tie everything together: the theories of Atlantis and the Phantom Time Hypothesis.

A problem with the phantom time hypothesis, which proposes a conspiracy to misdate or wipe out centuries of European history, is that it would entail doing the same thing to dating from other cultures who weren't in on the conspiracy. From your link:
Quote:The "phantom time" period also encompasses the life of Muhammad and the Islamic expansion into the areas of the former Roman Empire, including the conquest of Visigothic Spain. This history too would have to be forged or drastically misdated. It would also have to be reconciled with the history of the Tang Dynasty of China and its contact with Islam, such as at the Battle of Talas.

Thanks for sharing new ideas though.

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11-26-2016, 02:16 PM
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(11-26-2016 01:12 PM)Rako Wrote:  
(11-26-2016 01:07 PM)jho Wrote:  There are a couple hypothesis that I've been studying which might tie everything together: the theories of Atlantis and the Phantom Time Hypothesis.

A problem with the phantom time hypothesis, which proposes a conspiracy to misdate or wipe out centuries of European history, is that it would entail doing the same thing to dating from other cultures who weren't in on the conspiracy. From your link:
Quote:The "phantom time" period also encompasses the life of Muhammad and the Islamic expansion into the areas of the former Roman Empire, including the conquest of Visigothic Spain. This history too would have to be forged or drastically misdated. It would also have to be reconciled with the history of the Tang Dynasty of China and its contact with Islam, such as at the Battle of Talas.

Thanks for sharing new ideas though.

Regards.
I didn't say that I accept the theory, but it could possibly explain a few things. It would place the Rise of the Venetian Black Nobility closer to the time of the Roman Empire. And it would explain why much isn't known about the Early Medieval period.

Phantom time doesn't necessarily require a conspiracy, just an error is calculating the Julian Calendar. And other cultures histories wouldn't be effected, they would have just occurred more recently relative to the timeline in the West.

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11-26-2016, 02:22 PM
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This guy giving a presentation to a class of college students literally believes that the year 911 was an inside job.



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11-26-2016, 02:40 PM
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(11-26-2016 08:30 AM)jho Wrote:  I posted about the Knights Templar here:
http://www.evilyoshida.com/thread-11892-...43699.html

...and here:
http://www.evilyoshida.com/thread-5115-post-253631.html

You wrote

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This about the private Corporation of the City of London, Charles I Scottish king and the English Revolution. Phil Young describes the symbol on the crusader English Flag, Scottish kings and the execution of Charles I, the Phoenicians in London and the Knights Templars and segments from the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in June 1953, the Order of the Garter anointing Elizabeth II on the Chair of Edward, also known as the Stone of Scone and the Queen's heraldry of the harp of David, the ancient Israelite king.

King Henry did not persecute Knights Templar, but only disbanded them as the pope demanded. So they could have stayed on.

I can imagine phoenicians made it to London, but need corroboration in records before judging how much was their impact.
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12-30-2016, 06:53 PM
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since the Trump BS is over I would like the forum to focus more on religion/occult/symbolism etc.

personal awareness will be very important going forward.
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12-31-2016, 03:43 AM
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My hair, and advice from people that cut their own hair. This time when I cut all my hair off, I didn't promise my wife I would never do it again.

I promised her I would learn to cut my own hair. She is close to the acceptance stage.

I think that's because Trump got elected and he has awesome hair.

That's my final answer, and I have to go find that thread.
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12-31-2016, 06:06 AM
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(12-30-2016 06:53 PM)PRINCESS POOPYPANTS Wrote:  since the Trump BS is over I would like the forum to focus more on religion/occult/symbolism etc.

personal awareness will be very important going forward.

This

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02-09-2017, 02:57 AM
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So I'm getting pretty good. Even the wife doesn't mind it anymore because my hair is so goddam awesome.

The trick is to also use a comb as a go between, until you get your lines right.

I will be purchasing an Oster or Andis clipper before springtime so I can also do the cat.

The freedom of being able to do your own hair exactly how you want it whenever you want is like master self-control I feel.

And just wait until I can do the fucking cat.

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