the hexagram—the Star of Rempham
As to the hexagram, there is no biblical reference to a “Star of David,” but there are references to Moloch and the Star of Rempham:
“But you carried a tabernacle for your Moloch, and the image of your idols, the star of your god, which you made to yourselves.”
“And you took unto you the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Rempham, figures which you made to adore them. And I will carry you away beyond Babylon.”
copulating with a demon, davening
polytheism, the worship of the “goddess” (demon!) Shekinah
The Teachings of Hasidism by Rabbi Joseph Dan, ISBN 978-0874412239, page 110
animal sacrifice to absorb sins
The Hebrew reads: “This is a sacrificial animal so is my cleansing; it will be my replacement and cleansing the victim.”
See: Jewish Murder of the Russian Imperial Family
Russian Orthodox Church suggests tsar's death was a Jewish ‘ritual murder’
by Alec Luhn, The Telegraph, 28 November 2017
VERDICT: Yes, definitely another Jewish ritual murder!
“There are two kinds of necromancy: the one where the dead is raised by naming him, the other where he is invoked by means of a skull.”
The Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 65b
See also: The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic and Mysticism by Rabbi Geoffrey W. Dennis, ISBN-13: 978-0738709055
another Big Lie of Judaism
When you unwrap the layers of dissimulation and misdirection in Judaism, at some point you will discover the pagan elements of Judaism, including reincarnation, sun worship, moon worship, polytheism, simulated copulation with a demon, animal sacrifices, curses, and black magic. If you approach the rabbis at this point with the incontrovertible evidence, they will insist that you have only stumbled upon “Kabbalism, not really Judaism.” That too is another layer of dissimulation. These pagan beliefs and practices are not relegated to some fringe cult, but are widely practiced by religious Jews, occult practices that the synagogue of Satan (Apocalypse/Revelation 3:9) has borrowed during their exiles in Babylon (“Babylon stands higher than the land of Israel.” Kethuboth 111a), Sumeria, and Egypt.
Rabbi Adin Israel Steinsaltz is the one who translated the Talmud into English, but its publication in the 1990s was suspended because his accurate vernacular translation so inflamed Gentiles who first learned of the Master Race fundamentals of Judaism, the very same fundamentals that were first exposed by sincere converts from Judaism, the very same fundamentals that the rabbis have been denying since the Middle Ages.
Rabbi Steinsaltz was chosen by his peers to be Nasi (נָשִׂיא), ‘Prince’ of the Sanhedrin when it was reconstituted in 2004 for the first time in 1,600 years. To put Steinsaltz's position in perspective, he was selected to be above all other rabbis in the official court of the Jewish people. He filled the historical shoes of Caiaphas who engineered the judicial murder of Jesus Christ.
On his recently replaced website, this highly fêted Rabbi Steinsaltz plainly and unequivocally stated that:
“Kabbalah is the official theology of the Jewish people.”
screen capture from Rabbi Steinsaltz's recently replaced website
Judaism’s paganism is revealed in the Jews’ widely-accepted Chumash, extensive commentary in defense of Jewish beliefs, including belief in reincarnation, gilgul neshamot.
Among the insanities of this Jewish theology:
“The Kabbalah spans the gamut from pornographic and nonsensical to profoundly Satanic:
“There is much more like this, enough to fill many dozens of volumes.…”
The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome
by Michael Hoffman, ISBN 978-0990954729, pp. 165-175 and p. 194.
available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/0990954722
“Judaism and Paganism”
in The Jewish Religion: Its Influence Today
by Elizabeth Dilling, Chapter 7
Read the rabbinical double-talk about Jewish paganism:
Jewish Paganism: Oxymoron or Innovation?
by Jay Michaelson, Forward magazine, December 9, 2005
reincarnation, gilgul neshamot, gilgul neshamah
“The sages of the true wisdom teach that every Jewish soul must reincarnate many times until it has fulfilled all the 613 mitzvos in action, speech, and thought.”
Shulchan Aruch HaRav: Hilchos Talmud Torah 1:4
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef says Holocaust victims were reincarnations of sinners
by Jack Katzenell, Independent, 5 August 2000
“If a Noahite is striving in the learning of Torah... reveals new aspects of Torah, he may be physically restrained and informed that he is liable for capital punishment... If the court that is established in consonance with the Seven Universal Laws gives the death penalty to a Noahite, the execution is an atonement for the person’s past transgression... Furthermore, the Noahite must experience reincarnation to be able to atone for transgressions he has done.”
Chaim Clorfene & Yakov Rogalsky, “The Path of the Righteous Gentile: An Introduction to the Seven Laws of the children of Noah,” (Feldheim Publishers, 1987) p. 42 (The book bears an official letter of approval of its contents by Rabbi Mendel Feldman, Shearith Israel Congregation.)
Jewish court sentenced a dog to stoning because it is a reincarnated cranky lawyer, but the dog escaped.
Jewish court sentences dog to death by stoning
Fri, 17 Jun 2011
Jews are not “orthodox” for following Mosaic Law, but orthodox for following the perversion and Master Race and pagan precepts of the Oral Torah for which Jesus unmistakably damned the Pharisees and their followers as “children of Hell” Matthew 23:15. While mocking Christian traditions, the rabbis offer seriously tortured exegetical theories. One example:
“The tradition-bound Western image of a he-man, masculine God may already be thousands of years out of date, says a Westchester rabbi who believes he has unlocked the secret to God’s name and androgynous nature. Rabbi Mark Sameth contends in a soon-to-be-published article that the four-letter Hebrew name for God – held by Jewish tradition to be unpronounceable since the year 70 – should actually be read in reverse. When the four letters are flipped, he says, the new name makes the sounds of the Hebrew words for ‘he’ and ‘she’ ....’
by Gary Stern
The Journal News, July 21, 2008
The Kabbalistic books of the Oral Torah, including the Zohar and Sefer Yetzirah, are in the lineage of Egyptian and Babylonian black magic that spawned idolatry of the Golden Calf, even to the Israelites worshipping, fornicating with, and sacrificing their children to the demon Moloch (Leviticus 20:3-5, 3 Kings 11:5-33, et al.). No less than in the days of the Israelites (1 Kings 8:8; Malachias 2:8-12), contemporary Judaism retains worship of pagan “strange gods”:
sun worship, Birkat ha-Hammah
Sun worship persists even though Ezechiel 8:16-18 specifically damns it as an abomination in the eyes of God):
“And he brought me into the inner court of the house of the Lord: and behold at the door of the temple of the Lord, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men having their backs towards the temple of the Lord, and their faces to the east: and they adored towards the rising of the sun. And he said to me: Surely thou hast seen, O son of man: is this a light thing to the house of Juda, that they should commit these abominations which they have committed here: because they have filled the land with iniquity, and have turned to provoke me to anger? and behold they put a branch to their nose. Therefore I also will deal with them in my wrath: my eye shall not spare them, neither will I shew mercy: and when they shall cry to my ears with a loud voice, I will not hear them.”
“The religion of the god Baal was widely accepted among the ancient Jews, and although it was put down at times, it was never permanently stamped out. Kings and other royalty of the ten Biblical tribes worshiped the god. The ordinary people ardently worshiped this sun god too because their prosperity depended on the productivity of their crops and livestock. The god’s images were erected on many buildings. Within the religion there appeared to be numerous priests and various classes of devotees. During the ceremonies they wore appropriate robes. The ceremonies included burning incense, and offering burnt sacrifices, occasionally consisting of human victims. The officiating priests danced around the altars, chanting frantically and cutting themselves with knives to inspire the attention and compassion of the god.”
moon worship, kiddush levanah
Exodus 12:3 simply reads, “This month shall be to you the beginning of months…,” a simple designation of the date of the new year. The rabbis have perverted the simple ordering of dates into a Kabbalistic ceremony conjuring their goddess Shekinah.
Magic customs in the Talmudic Seder
The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic and Mysticism, Second Edition by Rabbi Geoffrey W. Dennis, epub edition, entry ‘Passover’ on page 418 & entry ‘Unleavened Bread’ on page 561. courtesy of http://callmejorgebergoglio.blogspot.is/2017/04/raymond-rabbi-attends-seder-meal.html
death curses, pulsa d’nura
seder curses against Gentiles
The Passover Cover Story For Goys vs. The Real Deal
“Pour out thy wrath…” revealed in Two Nations in Your Womb: Perceptions of Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages
by Israel Jacob Yuval, ISBN 978-0520258181, pp.123-125: