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Jewish history, cult, conspiracy and ethnicity thread Anonymous 09/19/2018 (Wed) 02:13:17 [Preview] No. 69651
Jewish history, cult, conspiracy and ethnicity thread
Images attached are relevant
I have yet to highlight the relevant parts from Hebrew is Greek which discuss the ethnicity of the Hebrews and (thus) the Jewish people. Maybe one of you can do that.

Random stuff:
Anton LaVey (born Howard Stanton Levey) is of Jewish descent and the creator of the Church of Satan. The official site describes Satan (or the Church of Satan) as "Modern Prometheus"
h ttps://w ww.churchofsatan.com/cos-modern-prometheus/

>Gnaeus Cornelius Hispalus, praetor peregrinus in the year of the consulate of Marcus Popilius Laenas and Lucius Calpurnius, ordered the astrologers by an edict to leave Rome and Italy within ten days, since by a fallacious interpretation of the stars they perturbed fickle and silly minds, thereby making profit out of their lies. The same praetor compelled the Jews, who attempted to infect the Roman custom with the cult of Jupiter Sabazius, to return to their homes.
(Valerius Maximus), epitome of Nine Books of Memorable Deeds and Sayings, i. 3, 2
h ttp://w ww.fh-augsburg.de/~harsch/Chronologia/Lspost01/Valerius/val_fac1.html#03
h ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabazios#Jewish_connection

Anonymous 11/09/2018 (Fri) 07:56:09 Id: 331593 [Preview] No.70112 del
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I've always wondered about some Roman emperors, specifically Caracalla, he gave literally everyone in the empire Roman citizenship, and basically paved the way for the Western Roman Empire to become more multicultural and fall, due to the massive immigration of "barbarian" tribes. As we know though, he's half Punic (through his father, Septimius Severus) and half-Syrian. The Punics were descended from the Semitic Phoenicians, themselves the neighbours of Israelites with very similar characteristics that only split up later on, both were merchants, both were red haired, and Old Hebrew is almost indistinguishable from Phoenician. I've been thinking; was his Semitic characteristics and internationalism related?

Anonymous 11/09/2018 (Fri) 18:27:42 Id: e18eda [Preview] No.70117 del
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Also (same poster as before, just using a VPN)
>Hebrew is Greek
Partially true, just like the "Phoenician origin of Britons and Scots". The mainland Phoenicians from Lebanon likely mixed with the Pelasgians (and their early descendants) very early on, this gets clear once you look at Greek mythology (as it was symbolic, it must have represented some truth):
<Europa, the woman Zeus abducted was a Phoenician, Europe is named after her
<her brother Cadmus founded Thebes, the first known Greek city
<Bellerophon was the first known Greek hero, long before Hercules, also Phoenician
They also mixed in the Iron Age, where they were trying to compete for control over the Mediterranean. The Pelasgians were likely closer to modern-day Romanians, Albanians, and Bosnians than to the Greeks today. Since their lineage has been pretty straightforward after the Iron Age, modern-day Greeks are likely the same or very similar to Greeks of that period, and they cluster closer to Ashkenazi, Moroccan, and Sephardic jews than to Serbs and Romanians, pics related, likely due to Phoenician admixture.

Anonymous 11/09/2018 (Fri) 18:47:09 Id: e18eda [Preview] No.70118 del
Also, sites related
>haplogroups of modern Greeks
h ttps://w ww.eupedia.com/forum/threads/26644-Y-DNA-haplogroups-of-Greeks-by-region-of-origin
>Haplogroups of ancient Greeks
h ttps://w ww.eupedia.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-25625.html
The most common haplogroup in Greece is I2, which is the Balkanoid branch of Haplogroup I. It's peak is in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as I said before. Haplogroup J2, which although is found most in the Caucasus, is also very prevalent in Lebanon, which in modern Greeks. is mostly found in southern and eastern Greece, as , as well as Crete, but less so much in Macedon and Thrace. As you know, haplogroups only deal with male ancestry, and as woman teach their children their ancestral culture, I would suggest that Greek women married Phoenician men.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 11:05:33 Id: 632f81 [Preview] No.70149 del
No such kike cube there. Apparently, that's actually in Hamburg, Germany. There has to be some background regarding that.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 11:16:45 Id: 632f81 [Preview] No.70150 del
Also, I'm pretty sure Saturn worship being "EVIL" is a psyop. Look at all collective mythology depicting Saturn as the original sun. Greco-Roman myths depicting Saturn as the god of the Golden Age when mankind was perfect. Saturn is a GOD OF TIME. "Chronology" "Chronicles" all derive from "Kronos", the Greek version of the Roman God Saturn. Ergo in myth and art Kronos is depicted as eating his children - because time actually does that. Everything born also dies. I believe that this is a jewish psyop designed to smear Saturn as "EBIL", just like the flat earth psyop, or British Israelism.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 11:22:41 Id: 632f81 [Preview] No.70151 del
Not only is it trying to smear Saturn, but they do it to push shit like this.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 11:23:04 Id: 632f81 [Preview] No.70152 del
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Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 12:20:57 Id: 10d6ea [Preview] No.70155 del
Obviously a jew made that.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 20:51:54 Id: 4377c4 [Preview] No.70156 del
That's what I'm saying. The whole "Saturn = Satan, black cube = Saturn" apinth is a psyop that allows them to say shit like that.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 23:15:09 [Preview] No.70157 del
You might be right, I confused 'Cronus' (good?) with 'Chronus' (evil):
>The Romans identified Saturn with the Greek Cronus, whose myths were adapted for Latin literature and Roman art. In particular, Cronus's role in the genealogy of the Greek gods was transferred to Saturn.
> In the Greek tradition, Cronus was sometimes conflated with Chronus, "Time," and his devouring of his children taken as an allegory for the passing of generations. The sickle or scythe of Father Time is a remnant of the agricultural implement of Cronus-Saturn, and his aged appearance represents the waning of the old year with the birth of the new, in antiquity sometimes embodied by Aion. In late antiquity, Saturn is syncretized with a number of deities, and begins to be depicted as winged, as is Kairos, "Timing, Right Time".
h ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_(mythology)

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 23:21:16 [Preview] No.70158 del
> 'Cronus' (good?) with 'Chronus' (evil)
To explain what I know so far, you have two (mythological) families that fought each other, one that ate humans and their own children and one who wanted the cannibalism to stop and introduced agriculture to mankind.
And the popularization of cannibalism in the main stream media makes me think the conspiracy is associating themselves with the family that ate human flesh and they're fighting the remnants of the family that introduced agriculture to mankind, I guess. I'm not too knowledgeable on this, maybe one who reads this can correct me and enlighten us.

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Hm... this is confusing.

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 23:33:53 [Preview] No.70160 del
>During antiquity, Cronus was occasionally interpreted as Chronos, the personification of time.[13] The Roman philosopher Cicero (1st century BCE) elaborated on this by saying that the Greek name Cronus is synonymous to chronos (time) since he maintains the course and cycles of seasons and the periods of time, whereas the Latin name Saturn denotes that he is saturated with years since he was devouring his sons, which implies that time devours the ages and gorges.[14] The Greek historian and biographer Plutarch (1st century CE) asserted that the Greeks believed that Cronus was an allegorical name for χρόνος (time).[15] The philosopher Plato (3rd century BCE) in his Cratylus gives two possible interpretations for the name of Cronus. The first is that his name denotes "κόρος" (koros), the pure (καθαρόν) and unblemished (ἀκήρατον)[16] nature of his mind.[17] The second is that Rhea and Cronus were given names of streams (Rhea – ῥοή (rhoē) and Cronus – Xρόνος (chronos)).[18] Proclus (5th century CE), the Neoplatonist philosopher, makes in his Commentary on Plato's Cratylus an extensive analysis on Cronus; among others he says that the "One cause" of all things is "Chronos" (time) that is also equivocal to Cronus.[19] In addition to the name, the story of Cronus eating his children was also interpreted as an allegory to a specific aspect of time held within Cronus' sphere of influence. As the theory went, Cronus represented the destructive ravages of time which devoured all things, a concept that was illustrated when the Titan king ate the Olympian gods — the past consuming the future, the older generation suppressing the next generation.[20]
h ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cronus#Name_and_comparative_mythology

I encourage to read that section on that (possibly unreliable) Wikipedia article since "Cronus was also identified in classical antiquity with the Roman deity Saturn."

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 23:42:12 [Preview] No.70161 del
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>Roman mythology and later culture
>While the Greeks considered Cronus a cruel and tempestuous force of chaos and disorder, believing the Olympian gods had brought an era of peace and order by seizing power from the crude and malicious Titans[citation needed], the Romans took a more positive and innocuous view of the deity, by conflating their indigenous deity Saturn with Cronus. Consequently, while the Greeks considered Cronus merely an intermediary stage between Uranus and Zeus, he was a larger aspect of Roman religion. The Saturnalia was a festival dedicated in his honour, and at least one temple to Saturn already existed in the archaic Roman Kingdom.
>His association with the "Saturnian" Golden Age eventually caused him to become the god of "time", i.e., calendars, seasons, and harvests—not now confused with Chronos, the unrelated embodiment of time in general. Nevertheless, among Hellenistic scholars in Alexandria and during the Renaissance, Cronus was conflated with the name of Chronos, the personification of "Father Time",[13] wielding the harvesting scythe.
>As a result of Cronus's importance to the Romans, his Roman variant, Saturn, has had a large influence on Western culture. The seventh day of the Judaeo-Christian week is called in Latin Dies Saturni ("Day of Saturn"), which in turn was adapted and became the source of the English word Saturday. In astronomy, the planet Saturn is named after the Roman deity. It is the outermost of the Classical planets (those that are visible with the naked eye).
h ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cronus#Roman_mythology_and_later_culture

So the Romans (and Greeks?) conflated Cronus (evil) with Saturn? Now you'd only have to know whether Saturn was good or evil, since Chronus nor Cronus is good but clearly evil (one does not devour your own children, FFS)

Anonymous 11/16/2018 (Fri) 23:57:07 [Preview] No.70162 del
>Sacrifices to Saturn were performed according to "Greek rite" (ritus graecus), with the head uncovered, in contrast to those of other major Roman deities, which were performed capite velato, "with the head covered." Saturn himself, however, was represented as veiled (involutus), as for example in a wall painting from Pompeii that shows him holding a sickle and covered with a white veil. This feature is in complete accord with the character of a sovereign god of the Varunian type and is common with German god Odin. Briquel remarks Servius had already seen that the choice of the Greek rite was due to the fact that the god himself is imagined and represented as veiled, thence his sacrifice cannot be carried out by a veiled man: this is an instance of the reversal of the current order of things typical of the nature of the deity as appears in its festival.[27] Plutarch writes his figure is veiled because he is the father of truth.[28]
>The potential cruelty of Saturn was enhanced by his identification with Cronus, known for devouring his own children. He was thus used in translation when referring to gods from other cultures the Romans perceived as severe; he was equated with the Carthaginian god Ba'al Hammon, to whom children were sacrificed, and to Yahweh, whose Sabbath was referred to as Saturni dies, "Saturn's day," in a poem by Tibullus, who wrote during the reign of Augustus; eventually this gave rise to the word "Saturday" in English.[36] The identification with Ba'al Hammon later gave rise to the African Saturn, a cult that enjoyed great popularity until the 4th century. It had a popular but also a mysteric character and required child sacrifices. It is also considered as inclining to monotheism.[37] In the ceremony of initiation the myste intrat sub iugum, ritual that Leglay compares to the Roman tigillum sororium.[38] Even though their origin and theology are completely different the Italic and the African god are both sovereign and master over time and death, fact that has permitted their encounter. Moreover, here Saturn is not the real Italic god but his Greek counterpart Cronus.
h ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_(mythology)#Theology_and_worship

I think these (misplaced) sacrifices to Saturn were because of his (wrong) associations with Cronus (or Chronos).

Anonymous 11/17/2018 (Sat) 00:00:05 [Preview] No.70163 del
So, for now, I think you're right. Saturn seems like a benevolent god since he brought agriculture and civilization to mankind, among other reasons.

Anonymous 11/17/2018 (Sat) 00:03:55 [Preview] No.70164 del
>'Cronus' (good?) with 'Chronus' (evil)
This I now know is wrong since there are too many things attributed to both Cronus and Chronos which makes it clear they're one and the same thing. And besides neither Cronus and Chronos were good gods unlike Saturn.
I'll leave it at that.

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