G-d, 280, and the Anti-Life Cult
In casual conversation with an acquaintance, he stated rather astutely, “Judaism is a death-cult”. In very real way, such a statement rings of profound truths. Henry Makow, himself Jewish, commented much to the same on a recent interview on Inside the Eye – Live!. But I hold that what lies behind Judaism is not a “death cult”, but more accurately an “anti-life” force, something that represents a complete void of all life.
Surely something as sinister as this exists?
Why else this seeming war on humanity, and even the planet itself? Geo-engineering (chemtrails), genetically modified foods that prove to be harmful to living organisms, the proliferation of industry at the expense of environmental concerns are but a few. We live in a “pack” age, or perhaps we are part of a “pack” age, where our very existence requires the movement of goods to be packaged, and as a result, something always remains behind that for lack of a better terms, becomes “garbage” and “refuse”.
Never mind that language, properly crafted, reveals and conceals concurrently. A “garb” is a covering, an outward appearance. Or, a garb can be used to mask intentions. Either way, a garb is that which presents itself on the outside, covering for what is on the inside. Thus in the word “garbage”, we find too that we live in a “garb age”, where even the human form hides the inner essence of what the real nature of the spirit residing within.
In the word “REFUSE”, with an accent on the first syllable, we have a noun akin to “trash”, but if we shift the accent to the second syllable, we have a verb akin to “not accept”. Hence “REFUSE” and “TO REFUSE” are essentially the same, for what is “garbage” is precisely what has been “refused”.
Technically speaking, REFUSE is comprised of “GARBAGE” and “RUBBISH”. Since GARBAGE is essentially “biodegradable” such as “food stuffs”, we can argue now that food itself is a “GARB” that covers the inner essence, and even spiritual nature, of the food in question, while “RUBBISH” is that which is inanimate, as glass, wood, paper products etc. Hence one can “rub”, or touch that which has become “rubbish”, with the “ish” reminding us that what remains is in a “sorta state”. After all, what you would otherwise “rub” is, too, refused, and hence is “rubbish”.
All of this is, of course, a digression.
Judaism as an Anti-Life Force – Ancient Records to Contemporary Times
Such a title sounds like the makings of a book, and indeed, to the ambitious out there, such a book could easily be found. However, we begin this story with the Epic of Gilgamesh. In this tale, the god Enlil brings on the Deluge in an effort to destroy all life on Earth.
From Tablet XI, we read,
Just then Enlil arrived. He saw the boat and became furious, he was filled with rage at the Igigi gods: ‘Where did a living being escape? No man was to survive the annihilation!’ – source
What clearer words do you need? The “god” that brought on “Flood” or “Deluge”, who would later go on to become the “god of the Jews” sought to bring about an “annhilation”, a complete void life. It does not get any more explicit than that, but what would follow would be a trail of tears befitting the phonetic root of the word “Torah” – tears, terror, rot.
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