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02-11-2019, 02:31 PM
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02-11-2019, 02:32 PM
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I pointed it out the other day and it think some of this could be contrived.

But Owen Benjamin is going to get himself into trouble.
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02-11-2019, 03:47 PM
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(02-05-2019 03:50 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  at around 1 hr 30 or so he actually says he was "half conservative"

also TWITTER was an enabler of CT and right wing talking points for the longest time.

it's also pretty amazing how they used two issues SANDY HOOK & RUSSIA to basically limit free speech on the web

AJ was taken down due to sandy hook
Doubly sad since 'Russia' isn't even a real issue.

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02-11-2019, 03:52 PM
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Pray for Owen. He's messing with high priests now.
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02-11-2019, 06:52 PM
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(02-11-2019 03:52 PM)jho Wrote:  Pray for Owen. He's messing with high priests now.

He sure is.

I don't think he's quite there yet but he's touching upon some truths that I don't think the power elite want becoming public.

I think your term "high priests" is spot on because it directs us to what we're really looking at from 9/11 the pedophile cults in Hollywood.

It's not the "Illuminati". That is/was just one group.

What we're looking at are a number of groups that trace their lineage back to the high priests of Ba'al worship in Babylon.

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02-11-2019, 06:57 PM
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For example, "Cohen" means "priest".

It's another term or variation for the term "Cahna", which also means "priest".

These terms go all the way to back to the priests of Ba'al worship in Babylon(maybe even before).

The word "Cannibal" actually comes from the word Cahna-Ba'al(i.e. high priests of Ba'al worship).
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02-11-2019, 07:01 PM
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We also have another group who's password for it's third degree is "Tubal Cain".

What this means when you break it down is "Tu-Ba'al Cain".

Meaning, "Lord Ba'al, father of Cain"

Maybe not an exact translation but you kind of get the point hopefully.

A number of groups that trace their lineage and ideology back to Ba'al worship in Babylon.
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02-11-2019, 07:04 PM
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So if you get a speaker that says a particular group committed 9/11, it's not quite accurate and will fall apart under scrutiny.

The Bush family. Saudi Arabia. Deep State. The Illuminati. The Jews.

The power elements of these groups work together under the Cult of Ba'al.

And so it serves them in a positive way when people blame one group in particular for everything.
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02-11-2019, 07:08 PM
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Owen Benjamin points out what happened to Heather O'Roarke.

This is a good example of what the Cult of Ba'al is all about.

Septic Shock. Not hard to figure out what Spielberg allowed to happen on the sets of his movies.
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02-11-2019, 07:10 PM
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Owen is going after the Cult of Ba'al's most protected group, which makes him a target.
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02-11-2019, 07:55 PM
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Joe Rogan Experience with Twitter CEO - sitting at 50K Dislikes
The only thing they can take from him is his life. He's a self made man. Doesn't have sponsors or advertisers. Does shows without announcing venues. Gets money from individuals through PayPal and youtube.

Also Tubal Cain was a blacksmith named in the Bible. A descendant of Cain. I don't think your translation is correct.

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02-12-2019, 12:31 AM
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(02-11-2019 07:55 PM)Billygoat Wrote:  The only thing they can take from him is his life. He's a self made man. Doesn't have sponsors or advertisers. Does shows without announcing venues. Gets money from individuals through PayPal and youtube.

Also Tubal Cain was a blacksmith named in the Bible. A descendant of Cain. I don't think your translation is correct.

Tubal Cain was a blacksmith, hence the use of as the archetype of Freemasonry.

Certainly a descendant of Cain.

Some research I did a couple weeks ago identified "Tu" as an very old translation for "Lord".

Hence Tubal being translated as Lord Ba'al.

But my translation is a general definition of what it means but not an exact translation.

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02-12-2019, 02:58 AM
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(02-11-2019 06:57 PM)THE_DEAN Wrote:  For example, "Cohen" means "priest".

It's another term or variation for the term "Cahna", which also means "priest".

These terms go all the way to back to the priests of Ba'al worship in Babylon(maybe even before).

The word "Cannibal" actually comes from the word Cahna-Ba'al(i.e. high priests of Ba'al worship).

https://wideawakegentile.wordpress.com/2...im-cohens/

Were the Hapiru are related to the ancient Hebrews. This is a perfect question for a biblical anthropologist! The short answer is yes. The Ha-piru or Ha-biru are the oldest known caste of ruler-priests from which emerged the Hebrews.

The Hapiru served in the ancient temples and shrines. These were build near major sources of water. A temple was the mansion – hâît, or the house – pirû – of the god, so Ha-piru refers to those who served at the temple or shrine. The word is found among the ancient Dravidians who referred to their East-oriented temples as Opiru , meaning “Sun House.”

In the case of Abraham’s people ha-biru applied to the caste of Horite priests. Scholars agree that the Hapiru or Habiru are related to the proto-Hebrews or Canaanites who are listed in the Amarna Letters. In these 14th century B.C. letters, written in the language of Nimrod’s city of Akkad, the name Habiru is found among the names of other Canaanite peoples. Akkadian is an Afro-Asiatic language and Nimrod was a Kushite kingdom builder. The name Hapiru doesn’t designate a tribal group, but rather a CASTE OF PRIESTS who were dispersed among Afro-Arabian and Afro-Asiatic peoples.

THE HAPIRU MOSES CREATED A TRIBE WHO THEN BECAME THE JEWS

Another explanation involves the predynastic name for the Nile: hapi. Hapi–ru may corresponds to the Egyptian word for the priest who works at Nile temples . The Egyptians called the Hapiru pr.w. The w represents the Egyptian plural suffix. The priests of Horus (Horites) were hapiru. They spread their worldview and their devotion to Horus, the son of God, across the ancient Afro-Asiatic Dominion. So it is very possible that the priests among Abraham’s Horite people were also called Hapiru.

Priests had certain requirements to meet while they were on duty. They wore only linen or clothing made from plants. Clothing made from animals was not permitted. (Here we see another difference between the priest and the shaman.) They shaved their heads and bodies daily. Cold water baths were taken several times a day. They practiced sexual abstinence while performing their duties at the temple.

The Habiru priests were Horites, known in the ancient world for being especially fastidious in their observance of the ceremonial law and for their insistence that MANKIND SHOULD WORSHIP BUT ONE CREATOR .
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02-12-2019, 08:04 AM
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Owen stays in the trenches throwing haymakers. The dude does not give a fuck lol
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02-12-2019, 08:05 PM
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Joe is wooing back his flock and has impressed them by having Tim Pool on the show.

In the opening of the show, Pool calls Joe out on his lame interview with Jack, and Joe admits that he felt the disappointment from his audience.

Pool is highly articulate and has a great understanding of the fake news media and social media. Having him on the show has helped Joe to reclaim some credibility among his minions.



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