Monday, May 21, 2018

According to CBS poll 67% percent of American Sheeple optimistic about finding a quality job

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/cbs-news-nationtracker-poll-americans-give-trump-credit-for-good-economy-mixed-reviews-on-n-k/
  I'm going to debunk this in a few short sentences.
   Freemasonry=67
     CBS the network with the "all seeing eye" as its logo. Yeah, we should definitely trust that.
     Forgive me if I'm not drinking the Kool-Aid. 
     This economy is so f-ing fake it's not funny.
       The video in the link is 3:22. HA! The skull and bones number.
       Check out the actual poll questions PDF at the bottom of the page. It says 2023 adults were sampled! 223 The Synagogue of Satan number!


      https://www.cbsnews.com/news/teen-accepted-into-113-colleges-awarded-4-5m-in-scholarships/
    And for good measure, check out this other BS.
   A teen accepted to 113 colleges and awarded 4.5 million dollars in scholarships.
   First of all, if you look at the picture of the girl shown, she definitely looks much older than 17. She looks at least in her early 20's. 
    4.5 million huh?  Scholarship=45 (Septenary)
    As for the 113. Bullshit=113 Pretty much sums up everything the Mainstream media spews out.

Friday, May 4, 2018

An interesting parallel I found with the term "Cash Cow" and Ritual

  You may remember in my last post, I used the example of jewelry and wedding rings, but it was a much bigger point about how the fake Jews take anything they can get their pudgy, slimy hands on to make a buck off of it.
This post is a short extension of the last one. I discovered something interesting about the term "cash cow".
Cash Cow=27
Ritual=27
Now, this actually makes a lot of sense. We know the Jew Masons created these Masonic, unnecessary holidays (Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mother's Day, Christmas, etc) to milk whatever they can out of the goyim to keep us poor and keep themselves rich. These "holidays" are also rituals. Just like "weddings" are rituals. That's why they condition us from the moment we're born to take part in them.
Just one more note: Milk=27

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Wedding Rings and Saturn + Rant

 First, let's take a look at the word Jewelry. That's how it's spelled in the US and Canada. In the majority of the world however, it is spelled Jewellery.  Jewellery=43,47, & 115 As you can see, all Masonic numbers. What's even more interesting is when you take a closer look at the word itself, what are the first three letters? Jew. When you take out both ls, you have what sounds like Jewry, or Jew antics. Jewelry is how they've conditioned women around the world to embrace materialism. There isn't a woman I know or have known, family or other, that hasn't worn jewelry. It is also very expensive. Did you ever wonder why it is so expensive? It's because it's just another way to con the masses into spending their money on unnecessary things.


While, we're at it. Marriage is social conditioning also . I'm sure you've heard the phrase Tie the Knot. You hear it in the media seemingly every time another celebrity couple gets engaged. Tie the Knot=127 (O) Scottish Rite of Freemasonry=127 You know how Masons love to wear rings and jewelry right?


What shape are rings? They're circles right. So are bracelets. So are most clock faces. Wedding Ring=57 Moon=57 The moon is a circle. Wedding Ring=69 Saturn=69. Saturn has rings around it.  It's not a coincidence rings are in the shape of circles. It all goes back to Saturn. As we know the Jews and Masons are Saturn worshippers.


Having said all this, does this mean I'm saying people falling in love is evil? Hell no! In fact, I think it's one of the most beautiful things that can happen to two people. Love creates life! What I am saying is that the masses have been conditioned that they have to have rings on their fingers to be committed to each other. I've always heard that a ring is a "symbol" of commitment to love between two people. Symbol=86 Triangle=86 Pyramid=86 As you can see, the word symbol is another Masonic concept.


Coming back to the notion that you need rings to prove you're committed to each other. I've always found that notion completely absurd. Think about it. If rings truly had that much power over two people, why do divorces happen? Was it the rings that caused both people to fall in love in the first place? Relationships work because it all comes down to what's inside both people's hearts. It has nothing to with a ring. If a couple took their rings off and didn't wear them for a year, would they stop being in love with each other? I lost my mom several years ago, and my dad still thinks about her every single day. Do you see my point? 


Anyway, I'd love to hear your input on this. Agree. Disagree. Thank you for reading.