Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Israeli rabbis are caught on video praising Hitler (the fiction of anti-semitism revealed)

Israeli rabbis at military prep school are caught on video 

praising Hitler  

Jonathan Ofir  April 30, 2019

Jonathan Ofir is an Israeli-born Danish violinist, conductor, writer and blogger. Jonathan Ofir, studied at Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts in Givatayim. 

Screenshot from Channel 13 report as annotated by David Sheen

Yesterday, Israeli Channel 13 aired video recordings by rabbi educators at the state-sponsored military prep-academy Bnei David in the West Bank settlement of Eli. The rabbis hail Hitler’s Nazi racist ideology as “100% correct”, only criticizing it for not being applied to the right people – that is, the Jews should be the master-race, and non-Jews the ‘untermenschen’.

The statements are jaw-droppers. The full coverage with subtitles can be seen in a video prepared by journalist David Sheen.

These educators send young men to the army, and have been advocating these ideas for years. They have close ties to lawmakers, specifically to Rabbi Rafi Peretz, now head of the Union of Right Wing Parties, the notorious merger with the Kahanist party Jewish Power, who is now the leading candidate for Minister of Education. The academy is also tied to a Yeshiva, to which many students come after their military service.

Slavery should return

It starts out with Rabbi Eliezer Kashtiel, who bemoans that slavery has been abolished:

Abolishing legal slavery has created deficiencies. No one is responsible for that property. With God’s help it will return. The goyim (non-Jews) will want to be our slaves. Being a slave of the Jews is the best. They must be slaves, they want to be slaves. Instead of just wandering the streets, being foolish and harming each other, now he’s a slave, now his life is beginning to come into order.

The ‘goyim’ in this context is to be understood as Palestinians.

He says it’s because they have “genetic problems”, and posits that they want to be under occupation:

There are around us people with genetic problems. Ask any average Arab where he wants to be. He wants to be under occupation. Why? Because they have genetic problems, they don’t know how to run a country, they don’t know how to do anything – look at the state of them.

Yes, we are racists

“Of course there is racism”, Kashtiel continues.

Are we unaware that there are different races? Is it a secret? Is it untrue? What can you do? It’s true. Yes, we are racists, we believe in racism.

Kashtiel suggests that because Jews are a superior race, they can “help” the inferior ones:

Correct, there are races in the world, nations have genetic characteristics, so we [the Jews] must consider how to help them. Racial differences are real, and that’s precisely a reason to offer help.

A student asks the rabbi: “Who put you to decide who is who?”


I can see that my accomplishments are much more impressive than his.

The Holocaust is humanism and pluralism

Another rabbi, Giora Radler, says that the Holocaust is not what you think, it’s not about killing Jews. It is humanism and pluralism that is killing us for real:

The Holocaust for real is not about the killing of Jews – that’s not the Holocaust. All of these excuses claiming that it was based on ideology or that it was systematic, this is ridiculous. Because it was based on ideology, to a certain extent, makes it more moral than if people murdered people for no reason. Humanism, all the secular culture about us believing in the human, that’s the Holocaust. The Holocaust, for real, is being pluralist, believing in “I believe in the human”. That’s what’s called a Holocaust. The Lord (blessed be his name) is already shouting for many years that the [Jewish] exile is over, but people don’t listen to him, and that is their disease, a disease which needs to be cured by the Holocaust.

In other words, the Holocaust was there to teach Jews a lesson – drop pluralism, isolate yourself in the Jewish State and let go of the diaspora “illness”.

These remarks were made in a lesson titled “relating to the Holocaust”.

The Nazi logic was right


The Nazi logic was right unto themselves. Hitler says that a certain group in society is the seed of all calamity for all humanity, that because of it all of mankind will go to oblivion, that they harm humanity, and therefore must be exterminated.

Radler asks a student: “Does this ideology sound illogical to you? Very bad?”

Student answers: “It doesn’t sound moral.”

Radler: “Was Moses as bad as Hitler?”

Student: “No.”


Why not? There is one thing in the world that is truly evil and that is to be a hypocrite. Does it make a difference to you if they killed you now with a knife the way they did to Agag [the Amalekite king whom the prophet Samuel ‘hacked in pieces’] or if they kill you in a gas chamber?

Hitler was right, “100% correct”

Radler goes on to speak about Hitler, and now adds that the disease is not just pluralism and humanism, but also feminism, and that Hitler was absolutely right:

“Let’s start with the question whether Hitler was right or not”.

Student: “Not”.


[Hitler] is the most righteous person. Of course he is right in every word he utters. In his ideology he is right. There is a male world which fights, which deals with honor and the brotherhood of soldiers. And there is the soft, ethical feminine world [which speaks of] ‘turning the other cheek’. ‘And we [Nazis] believe that the Jews carry on this heritage, trying, in our words, to spoil the whole of humanity, and that’s why they are the real enemy.’ Now, he [Hitler] is 100% correct, aside from the fact that he was on the wrong side.

So here, Radler was emulating Hitler, mouthing Nazi arguments approvingly. The only fault of the Nazis, per Radler, was that they didn’t know who the real master race was, and who the real ‘untermenschen’ were. The Nazis couldn’t be right, because only Jews could be the superior ones. But if Jews now apply this race theory and ideology currently – that is, essentially upon Palestinians, then they would really be “100% correct” – maybe even “101%”, because they got it even more right than Hitler.


This is a big mouthful. Real Judeo-Nazism.

The rabbis were contacted for response and tried to whitewash the whole thing as a misunderstanding.

Rabbi Kashtiel said that he was “sorry and at pain that a class on human rights got the opposite exposure to what it means, a modern-socialist understanding of slavery.”

Rabbi Radler said that his words were “taken out of context” and that the lesson about the Holocaust “seeks to explain the sick logic of Hitler as well as the reasons and motives for the Holocaust”.

Israeli-Palestinian lawmaker Ahmad Tibi responded to the airing: “In German it would have sounded more authentic”.

Of course, Zionist Israeli politicians were also alarmed. Centrist lawmaker Yair Lapid wrote on Twitter:

This is not Judaism. These are not values. People who speak like this are not worthy of educating youths.

Lapid called for halting the state financing of the Yeshiva “until the racist rabbis are expelled”. But there’s a problem here, because Lapid’s own ideology is about “maximum Jews on maximum land with maximum security and with minimum Palestinians”, and although Lapid points out now that “secular people established Israel”, really, his religion is the ultra-nationalist Zionism, and he is just a slightly prettier face of that Judeo-Nazism we see emanating from Bnei David.

Leftist Meretz leader Tamar Zandberg:

The Eli academy should have been closed long ago, and whoever let the chauvinism, homophobia and all the rest of the hate which comes out of there to continue the madness, should not be surprised by the horrible expressions which came out of there today.

Zandberg said she applied to the education ministry to stop funding the academy.

But the Eli Yeshiva and academy are now closely tied with the government. It was the Yeshiva head rabbi Eli Sadan, who campaigned for Rafi Peretz to become head of the Union of Right Wing Parties, now the top candidate for Minister of Education. Peretz was allowed to speak to the students there before the elections, even as Naftali Bennett (who until now has been Minister of Education) and Prime Minister Netanyahu were refused.

In other words, there is a whole political reality that is even more radical than both Netanyahu and even Bennett, who was considered extreme-right, one that really does speak of Jewish power, in an overtly fascist, literally Nazi, vein. And this ideology is poised to gain a central place in the Israeli government.

Not a slip of the tongue

As the Channel 13 coverage also notes, what we have heard here is no slip of the tongue:

“These statements have been repeated again for years at Bnei David. Not a slip of the tongue, but a set agenda.”

And Bnei David is not an isolated island. A similar story of a genocidal educator of security forces is rabbi Dov Lior from the settlement Kiryat Arba, who endorsed the book Torat Hamelech (‘King’s Torah’) of 2009, which advocates the killing of non-Jewish babies since “it is clear they will grow to harm us”. Lior has been teaching police forces in a special program for religious recruits called ‘Believers in the Police’. The authors of the book, by the way, are from the Od Yosef Chai Yesiva in the settlement of Yitzhar, a Yeshiva that received funds from Jared Kushner’s family’s foundation until 2011. Views of the Holocaust as a divine punishment for sinners have been expressed by the former chief Sephardic rabbi Ovadia Yosef, who also believed that the purpose of non-Jews is to serve Jews, and he likened non-Jews to donkeys.

It is possible that the above mentioned airing of shocking views may cause a certain temporary and local stir, but this ideology is deeply embedded, and now an integral part of a central Israeli political reality. It is clear that the rabbis treat this attention as a nuisance by liberals who have no understanding, and it is likely that they will regard this as an unfortunate ‘Azarya’ – like the soldier medic who was filmed murdering an incapacitated Palestinian at point blank range three years ago and had to spend some months in prison. The problem for Azarya’s supporters wasn’t the murder – but the video. And so these people may find ways to crawl out of this debacle, but they will continue believing in the righteousness of their Jewish supremacy.

H/t Ofer Neiman, Richard Silverstein, David Sheen

Source: https://mondoweiss.net/2019/04/israeli-military-praising/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=israeli-military-praising&fbclid=IwAR3l9pL1s36UyxEchIL4eID5VCDAfrMYU3Z3n6GLGH0XnylX_LbkTPhIzfg

Embracing racism, rabbis at pre-army yeshiva laud Hitler, urge enslaving Arabs

Recordings show instructors at settlement academy openly promoting Jewish supremacy; principal says Arabs want to live under Israeli occupation due to their genetic inferiority

Rabbi Eliezer Kashtiel, the head of the pre-military academy in the West Bank settlement in Eli. (screen capture: Channel 13)
Rabbi Eliezer Kashtiel, the head of the pre-military academy in the West Bank settlement in Eli. (screen capture: Channel 13)
Two rabbis at a pre-military religious academy in a West Bank settlement were recorded making derogatory and racist comments about Arabs, defending Adolf Hitler’s worldview, and openly promoting Jewish supremacy.
In a series of undated recordings published by Channel 13 news on Monday, Rabbi Eliezer Kashtiel, the head of the Bnei David academy in Eli, can be heard calling for the enslavement of the “stupid and violent” non-Jews due to their genetic inferiority.
“The gentiles will want to be our slaves. Being a slave to a Jew is the best. They’re glad to be slaves, they want to be slaves,” he told a class in one of the video clips. “Instead of just walking the streets and being stupid and violent and harming each other, once they’re slaves, their lives can begin to take shape.”
In the lecture, Kashtiel goes on to embrace racism against non-Jews.“All around us, we are surrounded by peoples with genetic problems. Ask a simple Arab ‘where do you want to be?’ He wants to be under the occupation. Why? Because they have genetic problems, they don’t know how to run a country, they don’t know how to do anything. Look at them.”
“Yes, we’re racists. We believe in racism… There are races in the world and peoples have genetic traits, and that requires us to try to help them,” he said. “The Jews are a more successful race.”

Rabbi Giora Redler, a teacher at the the pre-military academy in the West Bank settlement in Eli. (screen capture: Channel 13)
In another clip from the Bnei David Yeshiva published by Channel 13, Rabbi Giora Redler can be heard praising Hilter’s ideology during a lesson about the Holocaust.
“Let’s just start with whether Hitler was right or not,” he told students. “He was the most correct person there ever was, and was correct in every word he said… he was just on the wrong side.”
Redler goes on to say that pluralism is the “real” genocide being perpetrated against the Jewish people, not Nazi Germany’s Final Solution.
“The real Holocaust was not when they murdered the Jews, that’s not it. All these excuses — that it was ideological or systematic — are nonsense,” he said. “Humanism, and the secular culture of ‘We believe in man,’ that’s the Holocaust.”
The comments drew wide condemnation from opposition lawmakers who called for pulling all state funding to the Eli-based academy over Kashtiel’s and Redler’s remarks.

Students at the Bnei David pre-army academy learn in the study hall. (Screen capture/YouTube)
“This is not Judaism, and these are not our values,” Blue and White MK Yair Lapid said in a statement. “People who talk this way are not worthy of calling themselves rabbis… the state needs to stop funding this program until the racist rabbis are removed.”
Meretz chairwoman Tamar Zandberg sent a letter to the Education Ministry demanding that all state funding be severed in light of “the chauvinism, homophobia and hate being spewed from that academy.”
After the footage was aired on Monday, Kashtiel and Redler,  in a statement to Channel 13, acknowledged making the remarks but claimed the comments were taken out of context.
Kashtiel said he was “pained” that his “lesson on human rights” was misinterpreted, telling the network he meant the precise opposite, and was calling for “social responsibility and caring for the weak.” He said his references to slavery and racism were a “modernist-socialist interpretation” of those concepts.
In his lesson, Redler said he was simply trying to “explain Hitler’s morbid logic,” and accused the media of a “cynical smear” against him days before Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Rabbis teaching at the Eli academy — a darling of the national religious camp for funneling of thousands of religious officers into senior combat positions in the IDF — have a history of making controversial and illiberal remarks.

Rabbi Yigal Levinstein speaking at the ‘Zion and Jerusalem’ convention in July 2016. (Screen capture: YouTube)
In 2016, the co-founder of the Bnei David academy, Yigal Levinstein, was recorded in class calling gay people “sick and perverted. In another lecture that year, Levinstein claimed that drafting women to the IDF was making them “crazy” and stripped them of their Jewishness.
Bnei David’s other co-founder, Rabbi Eli Sadan, preaches against educating women, claiming that independent thinking “neuters their most important capability… to build the home.”
Last year, footage surfaced of another Bnei David teacher, Rabbi Yosef Kelner, lecturing students on women being “weak-minded” and possessing a reduced capacity for spirituality.
In 2017, then-defense minister Avigdor Liberman vowed to defund the Eli academy, but the move was blocked by the attorney general for legal reasons. Instead, Liberman announced that he would restrict the number of students as a punitive measure for the “constant sexism” at the Eli academy.
Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.

The Internet: A Library of Diaries

The Internet: A Library of Diaries

When I was a small child I remember a man entering our home with books. My father had invited him to show me two volumes of the encyclopedia Brittanica and one science book. I was amazed by the high gloss insertions and magnitude of available information. My dad could see I was elated.  I remember the price of the various sets of books was quite expensive. It was something my dad could not truly afford. But like all immigrant parents my dad attempted to provide me as many tools as possible to heighten my intellect.

The encyclopedias proved to be a valuable resource for primary and secondary school projects. As a child, I assumed that a vast amount of knowledge was contained in those books, and made library visits less frequent. As I grew older, the school library and the public libraries became more purposeful. Select topics available in an encyclopedia were represented by rows and rows of books on library shelves. Just as mainframe computers are now represented by rows and rows of individual servers.

Upon entering university the libraries became a necessary evil. Professors made assignments contingent on library research. The university libraries were filled with individuals seeking scarce resources - all attempting to access the same resource until it was returned by an alternate student. One particular library, among all the campus libraries, had a ominous feel. It was the University of Toronto’s Robarts Library. It appeared grand and always left me uneasy. I remember a sign directing visitors to the rare books section. I always wanted to visit that section of the library but never did. Rare old books stirred a sense of mystery in me. In fact, they reminded me of death. Libraries made it possible for word-filled pages to explain Man’s ascent from ignorance into gradual enlightenment. From sticks and stones into technological wonderment. But with each great discovery I realized that something of the past had faded and died.

It was only when I studied computer science and learned different programming languages that I started to reflect on the concept of man and machine. I remember staying up late into the midnight hours awaiting a teletype machine to become available so I could type logical code onto my Fortran cards. Then I would run the six to twelve inch stacks of cards through a reader and wait for the printout. Error codes meant the night would become longer and more frustrating. 

The 60’s and 70’s proved to be decades of confusion and an imperceptible change.  You could feel the transition, but did not know where it would take you.  Hippies, rock’n roll, pot, long hair, mini skirts, protests and computers. Where to fit into the future became a daunting task, yet few realized that it would be our generation that would have a profound effect on the future of the world. Our generation started a technological revolution that would end with the demise of the library, the book and humanity’s ability to think. Yet we thought differently.

Technology quickly entrapped us into believing that access to knowledge would be much easier. We have instead been entrapped and now feed whatever is left of us into a much more sophisticated card reader. The reader today is not reading cards, rather analyzing our behavioural patterns, and storing that very personal information on a vast array of computer circuits. 

Social media and many other algorithmically controlled technology have also taken control of our personalities. We thought we were going out to seek knowledge and communicate with friends, when instead we entered a chasm with no known exit and a gradually disappearing entrance. Below, I have provided you a thought I scripted years ago.

The Diary
Friday, October 19, 2012

In a time long ago, people of all ages and walks of life kept a journal of their “path”. The document recorded one’s precious moments, life’s lessons, romances, friendships, hardships, challenges, triviality, the first instance of love, someone’s passing or any event that left a substantive impact on one’s psyche. Why individuals were and are drawn to keeping a personal diary remains a mystery. The most important attribute of a diary, however, is that it would remain a “secret”. It would impact a reader(s) only when the writer's time on this planet came to an end.

While many may chuckle at the thought of a keeping a diary today, the final laugh may be on them. Social media forums such as Facebook or MySpace are in fact personal diaries with a twist. Social Media unlike written diaries store photographs, conversations or events. Accessibility to that storage, however, is dependent on the whims of a “hidden technology – i.e. www”. 

The old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words still holds true. Pictures have been around for about 150 years, yet in times past, the diary was seldom complimented by photos. The difference: the extent to which one exposes his or her true “self”.

The amazing thing about the internet is that it provides someone the ability to have many virtual characters and/or characteristics. In fact, it may be concluded that the internet has created a “schizophrenic” society. When we publish our thoughts via social media, our true self is at risk. It is conceivable that individuals migrate toward virtual characters and steer away from their true self. Individuals may do this to satisfy a cultural norm or popular theme, often leaving one’s true essence behind.

Diaries are unique because they express one’s inner most feelings. In many instances these feelings are not shared with strangers, or even loved ones. As one grows older, one could refer back to a specific date, reminisce on what transpired or reflect on how they felt at that time. They could re-evaluate decisions made about an event or evaluate how those decisions would have changed had they applied their new found wisdom or knowledge to the circumstances of long ago.

The secretive, and personal nature of a diary, preclude external forces changing who you are. My BLOG records my personal thoughts and ideas but it does not attack who I am, rather it opens windows to strangers around the world. This is my way of transferring consciousness to all humanity. It is done in secret, yet it has a public dimension. My hope is to impact the way you think and see life. I’m not an expert on any one particular field of study, nor does it matter. Education does not make you an expert, your inner most feelings come from something greater than yourself. He has already made you an expert.

The understanding of your inner self has far reaching implications, in fact, when you understand the true nature of “yourself”, you will find that you are not that much different from anyone else - as many would have you believe.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

Sunday, April 28, 2019

The Wick

The Wick

A soul with no faith is as the candle absent of a wick.  The here and hereafter are conditional on your willingness to practice faith. As the flame offers life to the wick, the sacrificial wax disappears into the unknown - no different than the mystery of our mortal existence. 

Our bodies are consumed and ravaged, not by time, but rather by the tyranny we impose upon one another. Humanity's wick is sterile of warmth, light and purpose.

The candle’s greatest struggle occurs when the flame consumes the final manifestation of the wick. So it is so in life, for our most monumental moment occurs at death’s door. 

Faith seeks to discover the hidden truth through prayer and reflection. Faith allows you no opportunity to discard even the most mundane of hypotheses, for all thought is part of universal consciousness. Reflexion and prayer allows one to seek out the truth, for it is hidden in faith. Just as the fire-prone wick rests impregnated within the wax.

We are born to be as the wick, but what consumes us is the fire of ignorance. It burns with pollutive haste rather than a luminescent purpose.

The candle is fashioned in many shapes and sizes, yet even the largest of candles may burn with haste, not because of the wick, but rather by the artificiality of the wax. 

Faith consumed by artificiality will consume the wick of life with greater and greater haste.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Decoding the symbols on Satan's statue

Decoding the symbols on Satan's statue

  • 1 August 2015
StatueImage copyrightAP

The bronze statue is nearly 9ft tall and depicts a winged hermaphrodite known as Baphomet, flanked by two smiling children. It cost $100,000 (£64,000) to make and hundreds of Satanists turned out to see it unveiled.
A controversial statue unveiled by the Satanic Temple at a secret ceremony in Detroit has attracted protests. But who is the goat-headed figure? And what do the elements of the statue symbolise?
Long term, the Satanic Temple wants to move the piece 900 miles (1,450km) south-west and erect it opposite a Ten Commandments monument outside Oklahoma City's Capitol Building.
This plan was thrown into doubt when Oklahoma's Supreme Court ruled that the use of state property to benefit a religion is banned under the state constitution - the fate of both the Satanist statue and the Ten Commandments monument is now unclear.
Satanic Temple eventImage copyrightCHRIS SWITZER/FACEBOOK
Image captionThe unveiling of the statue came at a secret event for Temple members, where VIP ticketholders were invited to pose with the Baphomet

The name Baphomet

The name dates back to the Inquisition and torture of the Knights Templar about 1100 who, according to French chroniclers of the Crusades, confessed to worshipping a heathen idol called Baphometh.
Some scholars believe "Baphometh" was simply a corruption of "Mahomet" - the Prophet Muhammad.
But over the years as the mystery and speculation around the Templars has grown, so too have the interpretations of the word and its meaning.
One elaborate interpretation even drove the plot in Dan Brown's historical thriller Da Vinci Code, where the word Baphomet is decoded and translated to mean "Sophia" or wisdom.

Levi's Baphomet

Levi's BaphometImage copyrightOTHER
The best-known modern image of Baphomet was drawn in 1856 by the French occultist Eliphas Levi, in his book Transcendental Magic: Its Doctrine and Ritual.
He envisaged a winged hermaphrodite with a torch between his horns and a pentagram on his forehead.
Its arms bore the Latin words SOLVE (separate) and COAGULA (join together) - the powers of "binding and loosing" usurped from God.
Levi's drawing was the inspiration for the Satanic Temple's new monument.
"It contains all these binary opposites - above and below, part animal, part human. Male and female," says Greaves.
"It embodies opposites and celebrates contrasts."

Two-finger salute

Two fingers on the right hand point up and two on the left hand point down, meaning "as above, so below".
These words and the accompanying gesture are familiar to occultists. They are drawn from the ancient works of Hermes Trismegistus, whose writings became popular during the Renaissance and Reformation.
The phrase is also used in relation to science, the universe and God, but Levi wrote that, by making the gesture, his Baphomet "expresses the perfect harmony of mercy with justice".

Two young children

Baphomet statueImage copyrightMATT ANDERSON
"We hope children will see this as a beautiful work of art - there is nothing to be afraid of. That's what the children symbolise," says Greaves.
"The goat's face has a neutral expression. It's not demonic, ferocious or monstrous - as people make it out to be - if you look at without the cultural baggage."
But do children really have nothing to be afraid of from Satan?
"I don't think children approaching the monument without being primed by propaganda will find anything horrific about it," says Greaves.
"But we're about not indoctrinating children. For the most part children are forced into religion. That's something we definitely don't care to do."

The Caduceus

On the Baphomet's stomach is an old Greek symbol of two serpents entwined around a staff - the staff which was carried by Hermes and heralds in general.
The caduceus symbolises trade, negotiation and reciprocity and was co-opted into the Baphomet by Levi.
"For us it symbolises reconciliation of the opposites - such as having a Satanic monument opposite a Christian one," says Greaves.
"We think that's a powerful message when it's sitting opposite the Ten Commandments - you can have these dualities, differences without conflict."


Levi's Baphomet was a hermaphrodite, with breasts, "but we took the breasts off," says Greaves. The Temple did not want to get embroiled in a debate about gender which might distract from what it believes are the more important messages of the Baphomet.
Instead, he says, the boy and girl reflect that "male-female dualism" seen in Levi's Baphomet.


BaphometImage copyrightSATANIC TEMPLE
Image captionAn early rendering of the statue and throne - featuring the inverted pentagram
Seen both on the forehead of the Baphomet and on the throne behind him, the pentagram is a widely recognised Satanic symbol - and often appears inverted.
Saint Peter's cross is often inverted too - as it was during the Satanic Temple's unveiling ceremony.
"This inversion is Satan's perception. It asks people to reconsider their cultural grounding, look at the evidence and reconsider their values," says Greaves.
"You have this one-sided vision with institutionalised religion as the arbiters of moral correctness.
"It prevents them considering whether they could be incorrect today on issues such as gay marriage and reproductive rights.
"It's true you don't have to identify with Satan to take on those causes. But the image of Satan resonates for us."
Satanic Temple eventImage copyrightMATT ANDERSON/FACEBOOK

Torch between horns

"The torch of knowledge is the middle horn - it glorifies the pursuit of knowledge. We put a high value on that - it's really central to our beliefs in general," says Greaves.
As Levi wrote: "The flame of intelligence shining between his horns is the magic light of the universal balance, the image of the soul elevated above matter, as the flame, whilst being tied to matter, shines above it."


These have yet to be added but the Satanic Temple gave details of their plans in a statement last year.
On the front of the statue, above the inverted pentagram, will be one of the Satanic Temple's seven fundamental tenets: "The spirit of compassion, wisdom, and justice should always prevail over the written or spoken word."
The back of the stone slab will display a passage from Lord Byron's dramatic work, Cain that reads: "Then who was the Demon? He who would not let ye live, or he who would have made ye live forever, in the joy and power of knowledge?"

What is the Satanic Temple?

Statue unveilingImage copyrightMATT ANDERSON/SATANIC TEMPLE
The group describes itself as "Satanists, secularists, and advocates for individual liberty".
"We understand the Satanic figure as a symbol of man's inherent nature, representative of the eternal rebel, enlightened inquiry and personal freedom rather than a supernatural deity or being.
"We actively provide outreach and participate in public affairs where the issues might benefit from rational, Satanic insights."

New Canadian Loonie embraces Satanism and Two Video Links with Leo Zagami

Our new Loonie embraces Satanism - It appears to capture the features of both Aleister Crowley and Quetzacoatl. In the photos shown below, Crowley is depicted in his regular garb and then in his Masonic regalia - David Bowie is shown emulating Crowley. The bottom right photo depicts a carving of Quetzacoatl. Compare the Black & White photo of the Loonie to the other photographs. the similarity is quite amazing.

I have also emailed you two interviews - one between Leo Zagami and Owen Schroyer, and the other with Leo Zagami and Alex Jones. The interview discusses the demonic influences within the Vatican and Islam, the fire at Notre Dame and our upcoming future which includes Russia. It also explains priest pedophilia and why only Catholic priests can preside over a Black Mass.

Leo Zagami is a member of the English and Italian royal families (a cousin of Queen Elizabeth), a high ranking member of the Illuminati, a Knights Templar, a member of several Rites of Freemasonry, a Christian and past follower of Islam, an insider to the P2 Lodge in Rome and the Vatican. Zagami has authored his knowledge in many of his published books. If you ask yourself who controls the world, the answer resides in the Vatican. If you understand Italian, or you can read Italian, I refer you to Mauro Biglino (Vatican Translator Emeritus) for a better understanding of ancient biblical texts.

The interviews with Leo Zagami are quite amazing and may answer many enigmatic questions you may have. The LINKS are below.

Aleister Crowley was an English occultist, ceremonial magician, poet, painter, novelist, and mountaineer. He founded the religion of Thelema, identifying himself as the prophet entrusted with guiding humanity into the ├ćon of Horus in the early 20th century. Crowley gained widespread notoriety during his lifetime, being a recreational drug experimenter, bisexual and an individualist social critic.He was denounced in the popular press as "the wickedest man in the world" and a Satanist. Crowley has remained a highly influential figure over Western esotericism and the counterculture, and continues to be considered a prophet in Thelema.

The Feathered Serpent was a prominent supernatural entity or deity, found in many Meso-American religions. It was called Quetzalcoatl among the Aztecs, Kukulkan among the Yucatec Maya, and Q'uq'umatz and Tohil among the K'iche' Maya. The double symbolism used in its name is considered allegoric to the dual nature of the deity, where being feathered represents its divine nature or ability to fly to reach the skies and being a serpent represents its human nature or ability to creep on the ground among other animals of the Earth, a dualism very common in Meso-American deities.
First VIDEO Link:

When Zagami speaks of Mecca and of an ancient meteoric substance he is actually speaking of Black Goo. You can read further on this subject.


Thank you,
Joseph Pede