Many have asked the question of “why are the Jews and the Rothschilds so powerful?’. In order to unravel this mystery, one has to go back to the starting point of the story of Zion. The intersection point between the devil, whom we shall call Satan, and one particular tribe in particular, the Levites, is the ideal starting point. Satan has managed to very effectively con mankind into believing that he does not exist. Dear reader, Satan does exist. Because he is not visible to the human eye, does not mean that he does not exist. Just as we cannot see dreams with our naked eye, does not mean that dreams don’t exist. Satan is from the Jinn creation, which is made of smokeless fire. The angels are made of light. While man is made from soil and clay. Satan refused to acknowledge the superiority of man, and was thrown out of paradise. He vowed to God that he will lead mankind astray, through various means, and that God agreed to his request to live until the end of time.
Who are the Jews? The Jews descended from the Prophet Jacob, who had 12 children. God’s affectionate name for Jacob was Israel. His children became known as the children of Jacob, or the Bani Israel –the children of Israel, or Bani- Jacob. After the death of Jacob, came other prophets, until we come to the time of a great prophet, Solomon, the son of another great prophet, David. David established a political entity for the Jews in Jerusalem. Upon his death, the kingdom was then run by his son, Solomon.
The time period is 1000 BC. The place – Jerusalem. God had granted a mighty kingdom to Solomon. He was a king as well as a prophet. Solomon had prayed to God to grant him a kingdom, the likes of which the world had not seen, nor will it see again. God had granted Solomon his wish, and granted him power and authority over man and the Jinn species. As well as power over the animal kingdom, and made the wind subservient to him.
Within his kingdom, the jinn were allowed to work and live, in a form visible to mankind. Of the 12 tribes of the Jews, one tribe stood out: the Levites – the family/clan of Levi, one of the 12 children of Jacob. The jinn creation had many abilities which are used to manipulate man by whispering suggestions into the minds and thoughts of man, among other abilities. By this observation, they were able to deduce that many among the Jews were proud, arrogant, ignorant and erred towards evil. In their evening Caucasus, the jinns deliberated, and they concluded that these were weaknesses which the evil jinns (tied to Satan) could exploit to gain greater control of these people, and so lead man further away from the truth. The jinn noticed that the Levites were inclined to do sin. So a few of the Levites were approached by Satan, with a view of introducing the art of black magic to these select few Levites. The first result was the breaking up of marriages, so that the initiator of these black arts could use this in order to break up the marriage, and then marry the wife.
This was an evil art. Black magic and all its connotations was introduced to a few among the Jews. This evil art was previously restricted to the higher hierarchy of the priestly class of the idol-worshiping peoples and nations.
After some time, others within the Jewish community noticed these strange acts, and informed King Solomon. Upon hearing of this, Solomon was furious, and forbade the jinns from continuing this practice of black magic. And, he also made them go back to their original form, that is, they became invisible to the human eye. But, the damage was already done. The saying “the genie is out of the bottle” is derived from this period.
After the death of Solomon in 973 BC, the first political state of the Jews was broken up. The Levites, especially the priestly class, were not liked by the other tribes.. They were the “black sheep” of the Bani-Israel. The reason for their ostracism was that they had turned out to be the best pupils of the Satanic jinns who had taught the arts of black magic – they also became its most insidious practitioners.
Every tribe had a province, with the exception of the Levites. The Bani-Israel had formed a strong cohesive entity, the northern confederation of the 0 tribes called “Israel”. Judah, to which the very small tribe of Benjamin attached itself, was a petty kingdom in the south. Judah, from which todays Zionism comes down, was a tribe of ill-repute. Historically, Judah was to survive for a while and to bring forth Judaism, which begat Zionism. Israel was to disappear as an entity, and it all came about this way.
The little tribe in the south, Judah, became identified with the landless tribe, the Levites. These priests from the Levite tribe were the true fathers of Judaism. The Levite priests planned a coup. Although Judah never had a king, they had a province- Jerusalem. The Levites grasped this opportunity. They saw that if a king were appointed, the ruling class would supply the nominee, and they were the ruling class. Thus, a coup came about in which the Levites assumed political power in Judah.
But the Israelites still rejected the Levites – now known as the Judahites , and from which the words “Judaism, “Jewish” , and “Jews” were derived from. The Levites decided that they were destined to develop as a race apart. They demanded an order of existence fundamentally different from that of the people around them. The Israelites, by now, gave up all hope of reforming the Levites in Judah, resulting in a complete political and religious separation from the Israelites. Thus, the cause of breach and separation is made clear. Israel believed that its destiny lay with involvement in mankind, and rejected Judah on the very grounds, which over the next 28 centuries, caused other peoples to turn in alarm, resentment and repudiation from Judaism.
The next 200 years (940-723 BC), during which Israel and Judah existed separately, and often in enmity, are filled with the voices of the Prophets preaching against the Levites and the creed which they were constructing.
Then, in 723 BC, Israel was attacked and conquered by the Assyrians. Judah was spared for the moment, and for another century remained an insignificant vassal of Assyria, and then Egypt.
At this point, the Israelites disappear from history, and from then till current times, it is probable that much of their blood has gone into the Arab, European, African and American peoples.
Today, the Zionist claim that Israel “disappeared, and that they ‘vanished without a trace”. As a Zionist historian, Dr. Kastein, says that they were pronounced “dead”, in a way that a Jew marrying out of the fold is pronounced dead; they were excommunicated and only in that sense “vanished”. People do not become extinct; their blood and thoughts survive in mankind – somewhere, today. The true meaning of the assertation that Israel “disappeared” is to be found in the later Talmud, which says ,:” the ten tribes have no share in the world to come”. Thus, the Israelites are banned from heaven by the ruling sect of Judah because they refused to exclude themselves from mankind.
In answer to an inquiry on this point, the chief rabbi of the British Empire in 1918 said explicitly:” The people known at present as Jews are descendents of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, with a certain number of the tribe of Levi.
The use of the name “Israel” by the Rothschilds given to the Zionist state in 1948 is in the nature of a forgery. Some strong reason must have dictated the use of the name of a people who were not Jews and would have none of the creed which has become Judaism/Zionism. A possible theory is that Israel was set up with the idea that the West and its Christian peoples would be comforted in their conscious if they would be led to believe that they were fulfilling biblical prophecy at Gods promise to Israel. This lie will last for a short time. However, the truth will come out in the long run.
The student of the controversy of Zion has to plod far before he begins to unveil its mysteries, but very soon discovers that in all things it speaks with 2 tongues, one for the “heathen”, and one for the initiates.
THE LEVITES & THE LAW:
During the 100 years that followed the Assyrian conquest of Israel, the Levites in Judah began to complete the written Law. In 621 BC they produced Deuteronomy and read it to the people in the temple in Jerusalem. Deuteronomy means “Second Law’, the first being the Torah, a divine revelation to Moses from God. It was read in 621 BC to so small an audience in so small a place that its great effects for the whole world, through the following centuries into our time, are by contrast the more striking.
This was the birth of the “Mosaic law “, which Moses never knew. It is called Mosaic law because it is attributed to him. The Levites made Moses say what suited them. Its proper description would be “the Levitical law” or, “the Judaic law.” Deuteronomy is the heart of the Torah. It is also the basis of the political program of worldly dominion over nations destroyed and enslaved, which has been largely realized in the West during the last 100 years. Deuteronomy is of direct relevance to the events of our day, and much of the confusion surrounding them disperses if they are studied in this light.
Deuteronomy is the fifth book of the bible, but it was the first to be completed. This was followed much later by Numbers and Genesis, while Leviticus and Numbers were produced even later. None can tell how closely Deuteronomy, as we know it, resembles Deuteronomy as it was read in 621 BCV, for the books of the Old Testament was repeatedly revised and changed up to the time of the first translation, when various other modifications were made. No doubt somethings were removed, so that Deuteronomy in its original form may have been ferocious indeed, for what remains is savage enough.
Religious intolerance is the basis of this “Second Law” (racial intolerance was to follow later, in another “New Law”), and murder in the name of religion is its distinctive tenant. By the time the end of Deuteronomy is reached, all moral commandments have been nullified, for the purpose of setting up , in the guise of a religion, the grand political idea of a people sent into the world to to destroy and “possess” other nations and to rule the world. This concept of destruction as an article of faith is unique.
Deuteronomy is above all a complete political program: the story of the planet, created by God for this “special people”, is to be completed by their triumph and destruction of all others. The rewards offered to the faithful are exclusively material: slaughter, slaves, women, booty, territory, empire. The only condition laid down for these rewards is observance of the Law, which primarily commands the destruction of others. The punishments described are of this world and of the flesh, not of the moral spirit. Moral behavior is required only towards co-religionists and “strangers” are excluded from it.
Deuteronomy ends with the long-drawn out curse-or-blessing theme. These blessings occupy 13 verses, the curses some 50 or 60
In the Mosaic Law, the destructive idea took shape, which was to threaten Christianity, Islam, and the West, all three then undreamed of. During the Christian era a council of theologians made the decision that the Old Testament and the New should be bound in one book, without any differentiation, as if they were stem and blossom, instead of immovable object and irresistible force. The Christian churches accept the Old Testament as being of equal divine authority with the New.
This then is the source of much confusion and distress amongst both the Church and its Christian followers. What relationship can there be between the universal loving God of the Christian revelation and the cursing deity of Deuteronomy. White Christians are taught to “love thy neighbor “, and as well as “to destroy”, and “enslave”. This contradiction comes very clearly to mind when one witnesses the treatment by the Afrikaners harsh rule over the blacks of South Africa, by the importation of African slaves to America by British traders, American mistreatment of the Indian natives, and so on. This contradiction cannot be explained by the best of them, unless this is pointed out to them.
In Deuteronomy, Judaism was born, yet this would have been a stillbirth. They were not numerous, and a nation a hundred times as many could never have hoped to enforce this barbarous creed on the world by force of its own muscle.. There was only one way in which the Mosaic Law could gain life and potency and become a disturbing influence in the life of other nations during the centuries to follow. This was if some powerful stranger, some mighty king should support it with arms and treasure.
Instead, the Babylonian victory was the start of the affair. The Law, instead of dying, grew stronger in Babylon, where for the first time a foreign king gave it his protection. The permanent state-within-states, nation-within-nations was projected, a first time, into the life of peoples, initial experience in usurping power over them was gained. Much stress for other nations was brewed then
During the 7th century Jerusalem grew to contain a population many times greater than earlier and achieved clear dominance over its neighbours. This occurred at the same time that Israel was being destroyed by the Neo-Assyrian Empire, and was probably the result of a cooperative arrangement with the Assyrians to establish Judah as an Assyrian vassal state controlling the valuable olive industry. Judah prospered as a vassal state but in the last half of the 7th century BCE, Assyria suddenly collapsed, and the ensuing competition between Egypt and Neo-Babylonian Empire for control of the land led to the destruction of Judah in a series of campaigns between 597 and 582.
With the production of Deuteronomy in 621 BC, the Levites tested the patience of God. Barely 25 years later, God’s punishment descended on the Levites in the form of the Babylonian invasion by its leader, Nebuchadnezzar, in 596BC. Solomon’s Temple was destroyed – this was built by the jinns and a very advanced structure. Babylonian Judah suffered a steep decline in both economy and population Jerusalem, while probably not totally abandoned, was much smaller than previously. The Levites acquired authority from their captors.
THE BABYLON ERA:
The Babylonian conquest entailed not just the destruction of Jerusalem and its temple, but the liquidation of the entire infrastructure which had sustained Judah for centuries. The most significant casualty was the state ideology of “Zion theology, the idea that the god of Israel had chosen Jerusalem for his dwelling-place and that the Davidic dynasty would reign there forever. The fall of the city and the end of Davidic kingship forced the leaders of the exile community – kings, priests, scribes and prophets – to reformulate the concepts of community, faith and politics. The exile community in Babylon thus became the source of significant portions of the Hebrew Bible.
The concentration of the biblical literature on the experience of the exiles in Babylon disguises the fact that the great majority of the population remained in Judah; for them, life after the fall of Jerusalem probably went on much as it had before. It may even have improved, as they were rewarded with the land and property of the deportees, much to the anger of the community of exiles remaining in Babylon. The assassination around 582 of the Babylonian governor by a Levite leader provoked a Babylonian crackdown,
About 40,000 Jews were carried away to Babylon as captives. The Babylonian episode was decisive in its consequences, both for the petty tribe of Judah and for the world today. During this period the Levites added four more books to Deuteronomy, and thus set up a Law of racio-religious intolerance which would for all time cut off the Judahites from mankind. As a Mr. Montefiore, a powerful Jewish financier of the 18th century remarked: “The Old Testament is revealed legislation, not revealed truth”, and says the Israelite Prophets cannot have known anything of the Torah as the Levites completed it in Babylon.
In Babylon, these Levites requested of their ruler two things; the first was a walled community to keep their people, in order that they do not intermingle or marry with other communities – this gave rise to the first ghetto in the world. By this means, the Levites had a captive group who they could indoctrinate with their Law. The Levites acquired authority from their captors.
The second request was for a house to be converted into a temple, so that they could observe prayers as it was done in Jerusalem; this gave birth to the first synagogue in the world.
At that point in history, the Levitical theory of politics, which aimed at the exercise of power through the acquirement of mastery over foreign rulers, was put to its first practical test and was successful. By the present times this mastery of governments had been brought to such a degree of power that they were all under one supreme control. King Cyrus of Persia was the first of them.
Babylon had germinated many ideas in the science of political statecraft for the Levites. What they now learnt and put into practice was the principle – – – “My enemy’s enemy is my friend”.
Their captor was Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. His enemy was King Cyrus of Persia. So the Levites befriended Cyrus, and convinced him to topple Nebuchadnezzar. In 539 BC, this happened. Now the Levites were free.
The Persian King Cyrus was the first of a long line of non-Jewish leaders worked by the ruling sect which, through him, demonstrated that it had found the secret of infesting and then directing the actions of foreign governments. And so it came to pass that with Persian men and Persian gold, the Levites set out for Jerusalem. This practice has become a regular occurrence in the political life of the present times. The successors of the Levites, the Zionists, had used the same strategy in Palestine in 1917, when they used British men and British gold to take over Jerusalem. It was repeated in 1948, this time with Russian men and American gold.
When Babylon fell to the Persian Cyrus the Great in 539 BCE, Judah (“province of Yehud”) became an administrative division within the Persian Empire. Cyrus was succeeded as king by Cambyses, who added Egypt to the empire, incidentally transforming Judah and the Philistine plain into an important frontier zone. His death in 522 was followed by a period of turmoil until Darius the Great seized the throne in about 521. After 404 the Persians lost control of Egypt, which became Persia’s main rival outside Europe, causing the Persian authorities to tighten their administrative control over Jerusalem and the rest of the Levant. Egypt was eventually reconquered, but soon afterward Persia fell to Alexander the Great, ushering in the Hellenistic period in the Levant.
Judah’s population over the entire period was probably never more than about 30,000 and that of Jerusalem no more than about 1,500, most of them connected in some way to the Temple.
one of the first acts of Cyrus, the Persian conqueror of Babylon, was to commission Jewish exiles to return to Jerusalem and rebuild their Temple, a task which they are said to have completed c. 515. Yet it was probably not until the middle of the next century, at the earliest, that Jerusalem again became the capital of Judah. By the mid–5th century BC Judah had become a theocracy ruled by hereditary high priests with a Persian-appointed governor, frequently Jewish, charged with keeping order and seeing that taxes (tribute) were collected and paid. Ezra and Nehemiah arrived in Jerusalem in the middle of the 5th century BCE, the former empowered by the Persian king to enforce the Torah, the latter holding the status of governor with a royal commission to restore Jerusalem’s walls. The biblical history mentions tension between the returnees and those who had remained in Judah, the returnees rebuffing the attempt of the “peoples of the land” to participate in the rebuilding of the Temple; this attitude was based partly on the exclusivism that the exiles had developed while in Babylon and, probably, also partly on disputes over property. During the 5th century BCE, Ezra and Nehemiah attempted to re-integrate these rival factions into a united and ritually pure society.
For a period of 80 years, from 539BC to 458 BC, both Ezra and Nehemiah broke up marriages that had taken place between the Jews and the local population. Every time they broke up these marriages, Babylon sent Nehemiah back to Jerusalem to undo them. Until, finally, in 458 BC, he made them once again divorce their non-Jewish spouse, and made them sign a contract that they would not repeat it. The people wept.
On that day, the umbilical cord between the Judahites and other nations was then finally severed. The Judahites were cut off from mankind and enslaved by the Levites. The Levites produced a racial creed, the disruptive effect on subsequent human affairs may have exceeded that of explosives and epidemics. This was the day the theory of the master race was set up as “the Law”.
Thus, they founded the permanent counter-movement to all religions and identified the name Judah with the doctrine of self-segregation from mankind, racial hatred, murder in the name of religion, and revenge. Among the many ‘statutes and judgements’ that the Levites put into Deuteronomy repeatedly, the commands “utterly destroy” , “pull down” ,“root out”, Judah was destined to produce a nation dedicated to destruction.
The Persian era, and especially the period between 538 and 400 BCE, laid the foundations for the unified Judaic “Mosaic Law “ religion. Other important landmarks in this period include the replacement of Hebrew as the everyday language of Judah by Aramaic.]The Israel of the Persian period consisted of descendants of the inhabitants of the old kingdom of Judah, returnees from the Babylonian exile community.
On the death of Alexander the Great (322 BCE), Alexander’s generals divided the empire among themselves. Ptolemy I, the ruler of Egypt, seize but his successors lost it in 198 to Syria.
In 63 BCE the Roman general Pompey conquered Jerusalem and made the Jewish kingdom a client state of Rome. In 40–39 BCE, Herod the Great was appointed King of the Jews by the Roman Senate, and in 6 CE the last leader of Judea was deposed by the emperor Augustus, his land annexed as Iudaea Province under direct Roman administration. The name Judea ceased to be used by Greco-Romans after the revolt of Simon Bar Kochba in 135 CE; the area was henceforth called Syria Palaestina (Greek: Παλαιστίνη, Palaistinē; Latin: Palaestina).
The Translation of the Law -The Second Temple period (520 BCE – 70 CE):
The most important event of the next 400 years was the first translation of the Judaic scriptures (the Old Testament) into a foreign language, Greek. The translation was made by 72 Jewish scholars in Alexandria between 375 and 150 BC. The Judahites had lost their Hebrew tongue in Babylon.
In view of the changes which were made, none but Judaist scholars could tell today how closely the Old Testament in the Hebrew Aramaic original compares with the version which has come down, from the first translation into Greek, and subsequently into Latin. Whatever may have been removed or modified, the vengeful tribal deity, the savage creed and the law of destruction and enslavement remain plain for all to ponder.. With that translation, the Old Testament entered the West. That was before the story of the West even had barely begun.
This now concludes the end of Part 1. We continue the story in the next part of this part of the history of Zion which has been blocked out in history books.