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  1. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    If it has an online format, that would be snazzy.

    There are a few basic formats of Gnosticism, which, I think off the top of my head, are Mosaic (Jewish), Sethian, and Mandean, which generally...
  2. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    The related website says a bit about them and what stands out to me is they are depicted as counter rivals or outsiders to the Edomites.

    The Edomites overran Judea and it is largely in what I call...
  3. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I am not sure if we can really determine Merovech, or if he was a real person, but the dynasty seems pretty definitely rooted in his "son" Childeric, of whom, according to Wikipedia: "Among the...
  4. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Excellent distinction! That does make a lot of sense, I like it. :star:

    The Saturnalian cult is all about flipping the natural order, where servants get to parade around as kings for a day. What...
  5. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Vedic, or Sanskrit, Satya is the Age of Truth; Sat meaning truth. The Sanskrit name of Saturn is Shani.

    I didn't know the origin of "Saturn", so I looked, and found possibly the past tense of "to...
  6. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I'd not seen it suggested before, that Indo-European meant something that started in Europe and moved to India. The only European states that were not forcibly Christianized were the Baltics, and,...
  7. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    On England becoming Master of the Sea, this mostly owes to the privateer (government-sanctioned pirate) Francis Drake, who sacked a Spanish treasure train in Panama; not that the stuff was...
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