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Synagogue of Satan Sacrifices

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Judaism is not what Israel believed under the Old Covenant. Judaism is pure Babylonian religion brought back by the tribes of Judah, Benjamin and half of Levi after the 70 year captivity of Nebuchadnezzar.


Jewish rabbi openly admits to Satan worship, abortion in food, oppression and world domination


Jews who practice Judaism are the synagogue of Satan.

8 responses

  1. Jesus Christ was born as a Jew. The Jewish race is no different in the fact we are all human beings. Some will misunderstood this video entirely. The Jewish Kabbal/cult religion, connected to the luciferian new world order is what this is referring to. My neighbor is a Jewish CHRISTIAN, whom believes Jesus Christ is indeed who He was, is and always will be, the true God and Messiah of all. This is not about race.

    April 28, 2015 at 7:56 PM

    • This is about a FALSE bloodline. Those who PRETEND to be something their not.

      April 29, 2015 at 6:07 AM

      • Any secret society will be connected to the Kabbal in some fashion because they worship Lucifer, not just the Jews who reject Christ as God and Savior. There are at least 13 bloodlines and they are very real, trust me on that. I have met some of them.

        April 29, 2015 at 7:55 PM

      • I agree 100%…

        April 30, 2015 at 6:08 AM

    • Kittii

      On Marianne’s blog, Israel and Jews can do no wrong. She blocked me for no good reason, except she mentioned the cult group she’s in, in a private e-mail and I challenged her on her posts.

      She likes to be inclusive (to all the cults) , except when it come me, who wants to know the truth.

      The Biblical Concept of Election Never Means Predestined to Salvation and Commonly is a Reference to Israel

      The “Few Chosen” Are Israelites

      With the definition of “the elect/chosen” established, we are now ready to proceed to the teachings of Jesus Whom we must remember was Himself Jewish. In Matthew 22 Jesus, speaking with the Pharisees, compares the Kingdom of Heaven to a King who prepared a wedding feast for His Son. Those that were invited to the wedding feast were not interested in coming so the King sent His servants out calling everyone who would come. That the invited guests to the wedding were the Israelites is certain. Jesus Himself confirms this in His rebuke to the Pharisees: “And I say to you that many will come from east and west, and sit down with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 8:11)

      There are also many passages in the Old Testament that speak of the Messianic age in which the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob would be God’s special people (See for example: Isaiah 2, 4, 11, 60-66). Therefore, Jesus’ statement “For many are called, but few are chosen,” (Matt 22:14; see also Matt 20:16) must be interpreted in light of who are the chosen – that is the Jews! The chosen, elect (the Jews) were the ones to whom the promise of the Messianic Age was first given. However, when the bridegroom came they were not willing to come and therefore God the Father gave instruction for all (the many) to be called to the feast. Understanding who the elect are unlocks the passage for us. Knowing that the elect are the Jews completely rules out any Calvinistic interpretation of the passage. Note that both the called and chosen still needed salvation as indicated by the wedding garment and he who was found in the feast without a garment was cast out.

      The Elect in the Tribulation

      We next come to the references to the elect in Matthew 24 in which Jesus is telling the disciples of what the days of the tribulation would be like. Armed with the knowledge that the elect are the Jews, we can consistently interpret the passage; the elect in Matthew 24 are not Gentile believers in the tribulation, but are God’s chosen, that is the Jews. “And unless those days were shortened, no flesh would be saved; but for the elect’s sake those days will be shortened… For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect. (Matt 24:22, 24) Mark’s Gospel adds “…for the elect’s sake, whom He chose…” (Mark 13:20) emphasizing those whom God chose: the Jews. If the elect are interpreted as those whom God has predestined to eternal life, then a conundrum arises, in particular, for those of us of a pretibulational perspective; who exactly is being gathered at the end of the tribulation? “He will send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they will gather together His elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.” (Matt 24:31) There can be no question that this gathering happens after the events of the Great Tribulation and yet, if it is referring to the same catching up of believers in 1 Thessalonians 4:17, then the teaching of the pretribulational rapture would be nullified. However, once we realize that the elect here are not believers in general but specifically the Israelites/Jews then the matter is resolved. Two-thirds of the (up to then non-believing) Jews will tragically perish and the one-third (Zech. 13:8) remaining will be gathered at the end of the Great Tribulation. It also fits in with Revelation 19 where the believers return with Jesus to the earth because they have already been caught up to Him.

      The Old Testament proves that the gathering of the elect in Matthew 24 must be speaking of the Jews. Jesus used the language of Isaiah 11 to describe the gathering of the elect, an obvious reference to the Jews: “He will set up a banner for the nations, and will assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.” (Isa 11:12) The gathering of the Jews is further predicted in Isaiah 43:5, 54:7, and Zechariah 2:6. When we realize that the usage of “chosen” or “elect” has nothing to do with (predestined to) eternal life then many of the difficult Bible passages are easy to interpret.

      May 1, 2015 at 11:31 AM

  2. Reblogged this on Living For The Lord:Doomsday Deliverance Disciples and commented:
    We have been speculating on this for quite some time now.

    April 28, 2015 at 9:20 PM

  3. Revelation being realized- does not matter what people *perceive* because the truth is evident. Most people are too concerned with their little program boxes to honestmy care about anything anyway. Sad, but true.

    April 28, 2015 at 9:31 PM

  4. Kittii

    That link you posted up above on that Jewish rabbi, he is responding to a White supremist. I know because I posted it on Marianne’s blog. Now why would she block me when others post much worse things than I ever did?????????????? Look at the links after mine on this post. I just have questions. I’m looking for answers.. I guess that’s why it infuriates me so much, except really I’m better off. She’s in a cult. She’s a deceiver.

    I wasn’t sure where to post this so I thought this was a a good spot. I’ve received three e-mails from 3 different people on the oil spill down in the gulf from James P. Wickstrom. Who is he? I should of checked him out before posting his article on Others are making the same mistake. It’s funny how these people infiltrate the Christian community. It’s a learning experience. I figure if I admit to it, I won’t lose my credibility. Just be aware if you are sent an email with him being the resource. It’s not that his information is inaccurate It’s just where it is coming from. He’s one of those leaders of “Christian Idenity” groups. In other words he’s a White Supremist.

    But then I surfed over to the

    RIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2006

    Rabbi Abe Finkelstein outwits Gentile Pastor James Wickstrom

    PRIR associates

    Pastor James Wickstrom, a notorious anti-semitic, Christian Pastor and holocaust-denier, and Zionist Rabbi Abe Finkelstein, an affiliate of the Chabad Lubavich and religious advisor to the Plymouth Rock Institute of Research, reached a disposition today in a case involving arbitration, says PRIR research associate, Howard Grobstein.

    The case stems from a dispute about compensation for an interview between Wickstrom and Finkelstein. Pastor Wickstrom asserted that Finkelstein promised to pay for half of the expenses involved in arranging the bellicose interview, the rights to which were to be mutually shared by both parties. However, Rabbi Finkelstein averred that this promise was legally unenforceable for three reasons: (1) The promise was oral rather than written; (2) Alternately, the promise was written but had been orally revoked prior to Wickstrom’s acceptance; or (3) That Finkelstein lacked the requisite intent to enter into a contract, either verbal or written, due to an antecedent repudiation of any intent to make a promise.

    An impartial arbitrator in this case, Jacob Katz, ruled in Finkelstein’s favor. “Prior to entering into the contract with Wickstrom,” Katz told PRIR correspondents, “Abe had taken his Kol Nidre oath, which nullifies any subsequent written contract with Wickstrom.”

    When asked about the arbitrator’s decision, an angry Wickstrom told reporters, “This is absolutely ridiculous! I have the contract right here in my hands, signed by him! Somehow this contract is no good just because that Jew crossed his fingers behind his back!”

    But Rabbi Finkelstein was jubilant. “Oy Vey,” said Finkelstein. “I feel so relieved now that justice has been done in this case. Katz is a very wise…very impartial arbitrator.”

    The Jewish Kol Nidre oath, which Finkelstein purports to have taken prior to entering into a contract with Wickstrom, holds in pertinent part:
    All vows…oaths…or equivalent terms that we may vow, swear, consecrate, or prohibit upon ourselves…we regret them henceforth. They will be…abandoned, cancelled, null and void, without power and without standing. Our vows shall not be valid vows; our prohibitions shall not be valid prohibitions; and our oaths shall not be valid oaths.

    Readers of the CohenReport may download and listen to the full interview (an mp.3 file) between Pastor James Wickstrom and Rabbi Abe Finkelstein HERE.

    May 1, 2015 at 11:22 AM

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