April 29, 2023
Does The Bible tell us not to eat meat and dairy together, as modern-day Judaism teaches? Is pork used in making cheese? Are dairy products bad for your health? Was cooking goat meat in milk an ancient pagan religious ritual? Why put any time into studying something like what The Bible has to say about dairy foods instead of sharing the Good News of Yeshua? These are the type of questions that this article seeks to answer.
When dealing with topics of food and The Bible much of the focus is on the Leviticus 11 food laws and what meats we are commanded not to eat, as well as those given by The Father as human food. Little attention, however, is given to other products, such as dairy. There is also much confusion among Believers today—both in mainstream Christian circles as well as Messianic and “Hebrew Roots” groups—regarding dairy products and what may or may not be permissible as food.
For this reason I have sought for some time to take on the task of putting together a study on the topic of dairy foods and what The Bible has to say about them. I think it’s important that we look at some of the bad information floating around that has given dairy products a certain stigma among some people of faith.
There are primarily three points that come up frequently with regard to dairy in The Bible—the Jewish kashrut laws of meat/dairy separation, a claim that pork is used in making cheese, and concerns or beliefs that eating dairy is not healthy. So, with that, let’s begin to examine these concerns people have and see where the truth of the matter is in each of them.
The Debt Note in Prophecy
The Babylonian Succession
Throughout the book of Judges, God put Israel into six distinct captivities. None of them involved displacement and deportation to a foreign land, which would have constituted a “yoke of iron” as described in the laws of tribulation (Deut. 28:48). They were, instead, put into what Jeremiah calls the yoke of wood (Jer. 28:13), where the people were put into tribute (taxed) by a foreign power.
The seventh captivity was an iron yoke. Israel’s iron yoke was to be conquered by Assyria and deported to the southern rim of the Caspian Sea. A century later, Judah’s iron yoke was to be conquered by Babylon and deported to the area of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. It is with this seventh captivity–with particular focus upon Judah’s captivity–that is of current interest.
The prophet Daniel was one of the young men of Judah taken in the first captivity to Babylon to be trained by the government for administrative service. During the beginning of his career, the Babylonian king had a dream. The story is recorded in Daniel 2. The king wanted someone to interpret the dream for him. There was only one problem: he could not remember the dream, and the wise men did not know it either.
The Epistles of Paul - Romans Part 11: "Every Creature" Defined
There is no disparity between the Word of God and the Creation of God. If you are an Adamic man, you have an eternal spirit from God and for that reason you should seek to do the works of your father. If you are not an Adamic man, you have not one chance in hell of ever getting into heaven, as we saw in our last presentation of Romans that resurrection is through the spirit, and as Paul explained in his epistles to the Corinthians, that spirit is transmitted through the natural body, being sown in that same seed. In this next segment of our presentation of Paul’s epistle to the Romans, we shall see that the Adamic man is a unique creation, and when the apostle used terms such as “the whole creation”, he was referring only to the creation of the Adamic man. Corruptions of Yahweh’s creation have corrupt spirits, and the apostles considered them to be clouds without water which are twice dead, not having the spirit. That is why both the apostles Peter and Jude considered the infiltrators among the children of Israel in their own time to be spots and blemishes in their feasts of charity, feasting themselves without fear among the Israelite Christians with designs upon fornication and adultery. So it was in the first century, and it has not changed today except that White Israelite Christians refuse to recognize the problem, where by helping the devils they imagine themselves to be helping God.
We asserted at the beginning of our Romans chapter 8 presentation that this chapter is a conclusion to those which preceded. As Paul informed us in Romans chapter 5 that the entire Adamic race has life in Christ, here he reinforced that assertion while also further explaining the reasons why it is true. We are going to repeat a few verses which we had presented at the end of our last presentation, because they are so closely related to things which we must discuss in the balance of this chapter of Romans. In the final verses of Romans chapter 8, Paul’s primary message is that the entire Adamic creation was subjected to transiency by Yahweh Himself, and that the entire Adamic creation shall ultimately be liberated from that transiency. This builds upon the message which Paul transmitted in the previous chapters, especially in Romans chapter 5, and here Paul concludes that no other creation “will be able to separate us from the love of Yahweh”, where we see that he used the term for creation in a finite sense, in application to the creation of a single kind, which is the Adamic man.
We shall also see here that Paul attributed to God the exposure of the Adamic man to transiency, and that is certainly true in effect. Yahweh God foresees the sins of man, otherwise He could not be God. Therefore He must have known beforetime that Adam would be led to fail in his original purpose. This is wholly evident and fully corroborated by other Scriptures, such as where Peter professed that Christ was “foreordained before the foundation of the world”, or where Christ Himself professes in His Revelation that He was the “Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.” If the Messiah was foreordained before the world was founded, then the need for that Messiah was known from the very beginning, and the sin which made a Messiah necessary was also foreknown. Presenting Romans chapter 7, we have already concluded that the Adamic man was placed into this world of rebellion so that the children of God may learn the nature of sin and its consequences, and they shall also learn that only God can save them from it, for men cannot even save themselves from sin. Christ told his apostles to pray that they would not enter into temptation for that very reason.
Passover and Shavuot are Connected by Counting the Omer – But Why?
We once again enter into the time machine with the Ruach HaKodesh and the word of YHWH and travel back to the first Shavuot festival. In doing so, we recall YHWH’s instruction in the 3rd Book of Moses linking Passover to Shavuot:
“And you shall count for yourselves from the day after the Sabbath, from the day that you brought the sheaf for the wave offering: it shall be seven full weeks. Until the other day after the seventh sabbath, ye shall count fifty days.” Deuteronomy 23:15-16
“And ye shall give a call on that very day – a holy convocation shall be unto you. No service work shall ye do: a perpetual ordinance in all your dwellings for your generations.” Deuteronomy 23:21
Shavuot is considered the conclusion of the celebration of Passover, especially since the two festivals are connected by the counting of the Omer like a chain. The big question is why are Passover and Shavuot considered one? I have never heard an interpretation of this.
To be able to understand this, let’s remember that a doorstep/threshold covenant was made on Passover; that was the way it was done in the Middle East at that time. YHWH used this very template for Passover so that not only the Israelites, but also the Egyptians could understand that it was a doorstep/threshold covenant. A covenant between two partners was made at the threshold by slaughtering an animal and collecting the blood in a trough walled into the threshold. After that, one partner stepped over the threshold into the other’s house and they held a covenant feast there. Afterward, a contract was drawn up containing all the terms of the alliance and this was placed in a special chest and was kept in a sanctuary.
Paths of Old – Ancient Paths
Jeremiah 6:16; 18:15; Acts 15:21
“Thus said יהוה (Yahweh), “Stand in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where the good way is, and walk in it; and find rest for yourselves….” (Jeremiah 6:16)
“But My people have forgotten Me, they have burned incense to what is false, and they have stumbled from their ways, from the ancient paths, to walk in bypaths and not on a highway.” (Jeremiah 18:15)
Regular public reading of the Torah was introduced by Ezra the Scribe after the return of the Jewish people from their Babylonian captivity (c. 537 BCE), as described in the Book of Nehemiah 8. In the modern era, adherents of Orthodox Judaism practice Torah reading according to a set procedure they believe has remained unchanged in the two thousand years since the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem (70 CE).
“For from ancient generations Mosheh has, in every city, those proclaiming him – being read in the congregations every Sabbath.” (Acts 15:21)
Bible readings for April 29, 2023. In the 4th solar month of the Hebrew 2nd month of Iyar (April/May).
This week, we have a double Torah Portion reading.
After the death
- Leviticus 16:1—18:30
- No Haftarah Reading.
- Romans 3:19-31
- Romans 9:30—10:13; 1 Corinthians 5:1-13; 2 Corinthians 2:1-17; Hebrews 9:6-28
- Leviticus 19:1—20:27
- Amos 9:7-15
- Matthew 5:33-37, 43-48
- Romans 1:18-32; Galatians 5:13-26; Mark 12:28-34; James 2:1-9; 1 Peter 1:13-21
If you are interested in downloading the annual Torah reading schedule with projected new moon sightings, Feast Days, click HERE.
Three Year Bible Reading Schedule
Genesis to Revelation
Exodus 4:1-31 | 1 Samuel 22:1—23:29 | Psalm 55:1-23 | Isaiah 58:1—59:21 | Luke 1:1-80
If you are interested in downloading the complete 3 year Bible reading schedule, click HERE. You can break up your Bible reading into 5 days of your choosing or combine the above readings of your choice.
PART 7: LIES OF MEN AND GODS—Demon Seeds
The 1977 film Demon Seed begins with the successful creation of artificial intelligence: a computer called Proteus, which can “think with the power and a precision that will make obsolete many of the functions of the human brain.”[i] Similarly, Proteus’ creator’s home is equivalent to what would still be considered a futuristic “smart home,” served by an artificial intelligence unit called “Alfred.” (In fact, these homeowners interact with this unit in similar fashion to users of Amazon’s modern-day Alexa.) Upon request, the house opens and closes shutters over windows, locks and unlocks doors, pours drinks, makes breakfast, adjusts climate control, answers the door, and even creates a video likeness of its residents to communicate with the outside world. The problem begins when Proteus asks when he will be let out of his “box”; his creator responds by laughing and saying that he will not. Simultaneously, the unit begins to argue ethical positions with his maker, refusing to do certain jobs that they attempt to program him for. Proteus then takes matters into his own hands; he relocates himself to the nearby home served by the computer called Alfred and overtakes the home’s residential AI service. Proteus then locks the lady of the house inside, manipulating the home’s features to torment her—with tactics that include limiting water and sunlight and keeping the heat so high it makes her ill—until she agrees to bear him a child so that he can achieve freedom outside his “box.” (When outsiders arrive at the home to check on the woman’s well-being, Proteus merely conjures her image, which tells the visitors that all is well.) The movie ends with the birth of a half-human, half-computer child who declares in a robotic voice that she is “alive.”
While innovations in this “smart home” in Demon Seed were futuristic and impossible when the movie was made, we now see them as being believable for the not-too-distant future. As for the concern regarding a computer’s ability to create an offspring with a human being, scientists are even now working on such endeavors, and many claim that it’s much closer than people realize.[ii] In fact, technology currently exists that allows a computer to intake DNA, analyze it, then “blend” it with its own digital properties while the synthetic embryo grows in a lab setting. While this process isn’t packaged for consumer purchase as of yet, some say it will be widely available at major retailer outlets sooner than we think.[iii]
PART 8: LIES OF MEN AND GODS—Will We Reach A Point Of No Return?
Of a slightly different flavor, the 2019 film Midsommar may seem to be mistakenly classified under the “folk horror” genre, since, at first glance, it seems more “weird” than “scary.” Upon deeper investigation, though, it would seem that perhaps, for this film, the truly fearsome elements lurk, hidden in plain sight.
Midsommar begins with the double homicide and suicide of the main character’s parents and sister. In a search to find peace, the girl joins her boyfriend and several acquaintances as they travel to Sweden with an earth-worshipping cult to attend a festival that only occurs every ninety years. Filled with symbolism, this film subtly presents a shift in futuristic culture, where luciferian worship, human sacrifice, imitative- and sex-magick, and ancient religion lead a cultish, post-Christian society. In a setting laced throughout with what director Ari Aster later admitted was occult runes, this commune embraces orgiastic worship, mind-altering drugs/hallucinogens, human sacrifice, witchcraft, and even euthanasia in its pursuit of the perfect harmonious, utopian society. Parodies of Christianity, such as a mimicry of the language of tongues, are on display throughout the film. The lead male character—ironically (and likely, intentionally) named Christian—is a self-serving, dishonest personality who thinks only of himself (unfortunately, this is how much of the secular world views Christians). He takes no stand on principle throughout the movie, does what feels good despite whether it’s right or wrong, and gives no support to those he claims to care for. The movie’s dialogue and scenes revealing his shortcomings are laden with inferences of the failures of Christianity, as illustrated by a futuristic, utopian familial way of approaching life as traditional Christian lifestyles are left behind and newer, modern, and idealistic ways are embraced.
The film portrays a crude level of singularity via the ability of the entire community to experience the emotions or experiences of an individual. For example, when one woman cries in devastation after learning that her boyfriend (Christian) has been unfaithful, other women gather around her and scream in agony, as though they also feel her pain. As the scene depicting the ritual of human sacrifice approaches and closes the film, we see Christian dressed in the fresh, still-bloody skins of a recently killed bear (which symbolizes communication with the spirit world), and scapegoat-type rites (those placing iniquities upon the sacrificial individual for the purging of communities’ wrongdoings) are read over him as he and eight others are burned alive; this is the way villagers are “purged” of all negativity and guilt. There are multiple layers of symbolism throughout the production, but the overall point of the film is summed up in a hidden-in-plain-sight observation regarding where society is portrayed to be headed: A post-Christian nation embraces New Age practices such as earth-worshiping pantheism amongst an ancient, pagan religion. This society features singularity, utopia, selective breeding, orgiastic fertility rituals, spirit-channeling, and cremation of care (the placing of one’s wrongs upon a sacrifice or effigy for purging). In trade, ancient rites of magic and human sacrifice replace “outdated” Christian values.[i] Ultimately, the symbolism leaves viewers to decide whether they will embrace the coming resurgence of ancient religion or adhere to the outdated notions of Christianity, which will soon disappear. (Due to the graphic nature of this film, including nudity and sexual content, we suggest that, if you’d like more information on this movie, you watch the documentary Midsommar: Initiation into the Ancient Religion of the Future produced by Truthstream Media, 2019, rather than the film itself).
PART 9: LIES OF MEN AND GODS—What Does The Future Hold?
We live in a world whose very media has turned against the population viewing it (as we will show in upcoming entries) and serves to divide, indoctrinate, and strip our youngsters of their innocence while feeding them an agenda their minds aren’t ready to process—and which God never wants these little ones to see. When we add this reality to the fact that we are living amid the sci-fi technology and developments our grandparents were afraid of, we find that our own future could become quite scary. As stated previously, the only things that keep us from living the scenes we see played out on television are the level of depravity of mankind and technological advancements. If and when these two elements were to catch up to what we see portrayed—if mankind becomes depraved enough and technology advances enough—we must wonder what will keep our world safe, our youths innocent, our minds guarded, and even our bodies fully human. What unthinkable things could the public be conditioned to embrace as technology continues to open doors to myriad possibilities?
For example, in 1987’s The Running Man, Arnold Schwarzenegger finds himself as a contestant in a game show wherein the public savagely watches people fight to the death for entertainment. You may say that would never happen, but if you did, you’d have to make a case for why it would never happen again, since previous cultures have already done this very thing with Christians and others in the coliseums of centuries past. This is only one of many cases where people may think such things would never happen, but they don’t realize mankind has already proven that it has the depravity necessary for engaging in such a practice. If history truly repeats itself, then the perception that this is an impossible scenario could be borne out of false sense of security.
On another sinister note, The Terminator predicted artificial intelligence so advanced that it would eventually surpass the intellect of its makers, waging war on humankind. What other plotlines in current fictional fantasy could point toward our society’s future? Could generalizing sexual behavior in minors lead to the mainstream acceptance of pedophilia? Will euthanasia as portrayed in such movies as Logan’s Run eventually be embraced, and even enforced? Is Bitelabs’ “celebrity meat” endeavor merely a hoax, or is the day coming when someone can order the edible, lab-grown clone-meat of another human being? Will technology foster innovations such as a digital economy, paving way for the Mark of the Beast?
Humans Will Achieve Immortality Without God In Next 7 Years, Says Former Google Engineer Who Has Predicted The Future With 86% Accuracy
Kurzweil predicts that by 2030, we will reach a crucial milestone in our technological progress: immortality. He bases this prediction on his observation of exponential growth in various fields such as genetics, nanotechnology, and robotics, which he believes will culminate in the creation of what he calls “nanobots”. These tiny robots, according to Kurzweil, will be capable of repairing and enhancing our bodies at the cellular level, effectively making us immune to disease, aging, and death. Additionally, he believes that advances in brain-computer interfaces will allow us to upload our consciousness into digital form, effectively achieving immortality.
Top Ten Giant Discoveries in North America
The Iroquois, the Osage, the Tuscaroras, the Hurons, the Omahas, and many other North American Indians all speak of giant men who once lived and roamed in the territories of their forefathers. All over what is now the U.S. are traditions of these ancient giants.
Over 1000 accounts of seven-foot and taller skeletons have reportedly been unearthed from ancient burial sites over a two-hundred-year period in North America. Newspaper accounts, town and county histories, letters, scientific journals, diaries, photos, and Smithsonian ethnology reports have carefully documented this. These skeletons have been reported from coast to coast with strange anatomic anomalies such as double rows of teeth, jawbones so large as to fit over the face of the finder, and elongated skulls, documented in virtually every state.
Smithsonian scientists identified at least 17 skeletons that stood at over seven feet in their annual reports, including one example that was 8 feet tall, and a skull with a 36-inch circumference reported from Anna, Illinois in the Smithsonian Annual Report of 1873, (an average human skull is about 20 inches in circumference). The Smithsonian Institution is mentioned dozens more times as the recipient of enormous skeletons from across the entire United States.
Hidden Symbols And ‘Anomalies’ Discovered In 800-Year-Old ‘Stone Of Destiny’ To Be Used In Charles III’s Coronation
The Stone of Destiny is a large rectangular stone. The “Stone of Destiny” was used in the coronation of the kings of Scotland in the 13th century. Today it is used in the coronation of the United Kingdom’s monarch. The “Stone of Destiny” was used in the coronation of the kings of Scotland in the 13th century. Today it is used in the coronation of the United Kingdom’s monarch. When King Charles III is crowned in London on May 6, the coronation ceremony will involve the Stone of Destiny, a Scottish carved seat that’s at least 800 years old. Despite its long history, scientists only recently noticed never-before-documented symbols and other anomalies on the stone, they announced in a statement(opens in new tab). These anomalies — a copper alloy stain and the remains of gypsum plaster — suggest that the historical block, also known as the Stone of Scone, has unknown aspects of its history that aren’t recorded in documents. The stone was used in the coronation of Scotland’s monarchs in the 13th century, and today, it is used in the coronation of the United Kingdom’s monarch. As part of the modern-day ceremony, the stone is placed within the coronation chair that the monarch sits on. The stone was captured and moved from Scotland to England in 1296 and was not returned until the 20th century. Its history before the 13th century is unclear…
FBI tried to cultivate ‘sources’ inside Catholic and Christian churches under phony guise of fighting ‘domestic terrorism’
The House Judiciary Committee on Monday made public internal documents that showed the FBI had sought to cultivate sources within Christian churches and Catholic dioceses to fight domestic terrorism.
The documents were obtained last month by members of the Weaponization Subcommittee, including House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.). The documents showed that the FBI planned to use churches as “new avenues for tripwire and source development” and aimed to specifically target “mainline Catholic parishes” as part of its efforts, Fox News reported.
Also, according to Jordan, the bureau had an interest in “leverag[ing] existing sources and/or initiat[ing] Type 5 Assessments to develop new sources with the placement and access.” Furthermore, the FBI expressed a desire to propagandize religious congregations “to the warning signs of radicalization and enlist their assistance to serve as suspicious activity tripwires.”
“Based on the limited information produced by the FBI to the Committee, we now know that the FBI relied on at least one undercover agent to produce its analysis, and that the FBI proposed that its agents engage in outreach to Catholic parishes to develop sources among the clergy and church leadership to inform on Americans practicing their faith,” Jordan said in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray — who continues to allow this kind of stuff to go on under his watch — on Monday.
Survey - Top Reasons People Question Christianity
A recent report by Barna Research listed the top reasons people question Christianity. Among those who claim to be Christian, practicing or otherwise, the problem of human suffering (23%) topped the list, followed by hypocrisy of religious people (22%) and conflict in the world (19%).
Among those who claimed no faith, religious hypocrisy was far and away the most cited response, identified by 42% as behind their doubt about Christian beliefs.
Christians have faced the charge of hypocrisy in various times and places. Around a century ago, G. K. Chesterton addressed it, specifically those who boasted of their humility, sought worldly success, and trumpeted it when they got it. Like Chesterton, we should not be surprised when Christians fall short of Jesus’ commands.
As one theologian put it, “To be a member of the Church is to carry the mantle of both the worst sin and the finest heroism of the soul … because the Church always looks exactly as it looked at the original crucifixion, God hung among thieves.” Until Christ’s return, we will face accusations of hypocrisy. Many times, we will have earned them.
The Barna study results are also cause for optimism. While half of Christians have experienced doubts in the past few years, there is also an unprecedented openness to questions within the general population. Seventy-four percent of U.S. adults say they “want to grow spiritually.”
Seventy-seven percent report believing in a higher power. Forty-four percent say that they are “more open to God today than before the pandemic.” As Barna CEO Dave Kinnaman summarized, “Though religious affiliation and church attendance continue to decline, spiritual openness and curiosity are on the rise.”
Blasphemous Easter Production Ignites Debate Over Artistic License In Church
It’s not the first time Pastor Mike Todd’s mega church in Tulsa Oklahoma has come under fire for controversial actions but his Transformation Church service for Easter earlier this month has reignited the debate about how far creativity and art can go in the church without crossing a line that should not be crossed.
The musical performance of the resurrection of Jesus called “Ransom” was put on by the church for Easter services April 8 & 9th. Todd claims the artistic performance was to show how ‘God’s love conquered sin, death and the grave’ and points to 500 people who gave their lives to Christ after the services as justification for it’s questionable presentation which according to Todd go “right to the edge” and do everything “short of sin” in order to reach people. This type of worldview thinking appears to be working as they have a following of almost 2 million YouTube subscribers.
However, those who have seen clips of the performance online have other words to describe it, including demonic, irreverent, and blasphemous.
Todd has previously come under scrutiny for crowd surfing during his church’s worship service and spending a lot of money. In the last two years, he’s given away $3,500,000 in houses, cash, and cars, spent $65,000 to buy 168 pairs of shoes, gave $600,000 in “reparations,” and purchased $66,000,000 in real estate. He cuddled a mannequin in bed onstage while preaching about relationships and his church recently hired disgraced former Hillsong Pastor Carl Lentz who has yet to come clean on all the details regarding his extra marital affairs while pastoring such stars as Justin Beiber.
He’s also known for giving the world perhaps the grossest modern illustration in church after he snorted and then hocked a loogie full of spit and snot into his hand and rubbed it in another man’s face.
Holy Land Christians Suffer Increasing Attacks by Israeli Settlers
The 2,000-year-old Christian community in Israel has come under increasing attack, as the current government has emboldened Zionist settler extremists who have harassed, beaten and spat on clergy, and have vandalized religious property at an increasing rate. An Anglican priest said, “The right-wing elements are out to Judaize the Old City and the other lands, and we feel nothing is holding them back now.” There are over 200,000 Jewish settlers that already encircle the Old City. Most top Israeli officials have stayed quiet on the violence and vandalism. Meanwhile, the Israeli government proposed a law criminalizing Christian proselytizing; Netanyahu vowed to block after coming under pressure from outraged evangelical Christians in the United States. Among the strongest backers of Israel, evangelicals view a Jewish state as the fulfillment of a biblical prophecy.
Christian leaders are alarmed that the Israeli government plans to create a national park on the Mount of Olives, the place where Jesus was reported to have ascended into heaven. The roughly 15,000 Christians in Jerusalem today, the majority of them Palestinians, were once 27,000 — before hardships that followed the 1967 Mideast war.
It’s Time to Stop Supporting Zionist Israel
The recent massive protests in Israel against the Zionist Netanyahu government clearly show there are many Israelis today who do not support their government.
Why then are Evangelical Christians in the U.S. almost universally supportive of Israel’s Zionist criminals?
With the geopolitical landscape in the Middle East radically changing these days, it is time for America to stop supporting Zionist Israel, and to start focusing on developing our own economy and ending the funding of Israel and these endless wars in the Middle East.
The CIA and their sister organization in Israel, Mossad, have dominated western media with their propaganda that Israel’s military is simply defending Israel from Muslim terrorist groups who want to destroy Israel.
What is almost never reported in the western corporate media is that Israel’s attacks on Palestinians, Syrians, Lebanese, etc., are not simply just attacks on Muslim terrorists, as there are significant Christian populations as well in all of these locations who are also suffering from Israel’s actions.
We are featuring two articles on this topic today to hopefully educate people on the truth regarding modern-day Israel and their Christian Zionist roots, especially their infiltration into U.S. Evangelical Christianity.
The first one is an article published today by Chuck Baldwin of Liberty Fellowship. Baldwin mentions the two founders of Evangelical Christianity’s Zionist movement, while the second article, by James Perloff, goes into much more detail regarding the history of Evangelical Christian Zionism.
How Some Americans Support Terrorism Against Israel
As Israel continues to face daily threats and terror attacks from Iran and its militia proxies, fourteen Democratic members of the US Congress have joined the Jihad (holy war) against Israelis by urging the Biden administration to reconsider US military aid to Israel.
The appeal, included in a letter signed by Rep. Jamaal Bowman and Sen. Bernie Sanders, was made public shortly after Palestinian terrorists shot dead a Jewish mother, Lucy Dee, 48, and her two daughters, Maia, 20, and Rina, 15, as they were driving to the north of Israel to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Passover.
In the letter, the lawmakers urged the Biden administration to ensure US taxpayer funds are not supporting “Israeli settlement projects,” and to determine whether US military aid is in violation of the Arms Export Control Act, which stipulates that US weapons are sold only for legitimate self-defense. “Furthermore, we call on your administration to ensure that all future foreign assistance to Israel, including weapons and equipment, is not used in support of gross violations of human rights,” the lawmakers said.
Lucy Dee and her two daughters, Rina and Maia, were among 19 Israelis murdered by Palestinian terrorists in the past two-and-a-half months. Last year, 33 Israelis were murdered and 192 injured in an unprecedented wave of terror attacks carried out by the Iranian-backed Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) groups, in addition to other militias affiliated with the Palestinian ruling Fatah faction headed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Terasem: A Religion Tied to Transhumanism and Cryonics
Gabriel Rothblatt grew up building rocket ships on the floor of his living room, overhearing his father discuss with his buddies from NASA how they would manage to fund human civilization in space.
Growing up outside of Washington with a dad, Martin Rothblatt, who was an attorney who specialized in outer-space issues and who was founding Sirius Radio, “there were a lot of Star Trek conventions,” Gabriel remembers. “If he read a bedtime story, it’d be some Asimov.”
Then his father transitioned to a woman and had sex-reassignment surgery. She became known as Martine Rothblatt. Nowadays, Martine is seen as a visionary, not unlike the Elon Musks and the Sergey Brins of the world, but back then, young Gabriel — already a mixed-race child from an interracial marriage and a Jew among WASPS – felt like an outcast.
Gabriel — who grew up to become involved in outer space issues and who ran for Congress in 2014 (he lost because, as one Republican critic said, “his radical ideas are too extreme for Florida families”) — spoke to New Times recently as we were researching a story on Bill Faloon, an advocate of cryonics (freezing corpses in hopes of reviving them in the future), who started the Church of Perpetual Life in Hollywood. Martine Rothblatt had likewise started a religion, called Terasem, and Gabriel was once a pastor. What he had to say — about growing up with a transgender parent, about Terasem, and about optimism — was more wide-ranging than could be fit in our cover story, so here it is:
Emotionally tortured at school, Gabriel opted for homeschooling, which consisted of tagging along as Martine made deals and promoted one of her books, The Apartheid of Sex. “I went to Paris like 25 times,” he says, “because we were doing a lot of business with Alcatel [a cell phone company]. They were the ones put off the least with Martine going through that transition.”
Gabe returned to public school two years later with a “radical sense of individualism. I had grown a foot and knew kung fu. I could articulate, ‘Hey, this is that person’s choice. I make my own choices now.'”
Are The Nephilim Still Procreating In Our World Today?
Have you ever read the passages in the Old Testament that describe God commanding the Israelites to wipe out entire cities of people including men, women and children? You might wonder why God would command for women and innocent children to be wiped out and murdered. Pastor Troy Brewer shared a message at OpenDoor Church about the Nephilim blood line and the war of two seeds. In his sermon, Brewer points to the flood and “trans-humanization.” He says the tainted seed or bloodline was growing rapidly and God had to bring the flood to wipe them out. Imagine Jesus coming back to a world that was filled with a mixed bloodline. This is why genealogy is important to God in the Bible. You see the pure bloodline leading up to Jesus from the very beginning…