The difference between a Jewish soul and souls of non-Jews—all of them in all different levels—is greater and deeper than the difference between a human soul and the souls of cattle.
– Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook (Zionist, Kabbalist, first Ashkenazi chief Rabbi of British Mandate for Palestine) Similar quote found in the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion
The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion was publicly declared a forgery in 1921 via several articles published in The Times (of London) by Philip Graves. Graves claimed to have gotten the evidence for the debunking from someone known only as Mr. X.
Mr. X., who does not wish his real name to be known, is a Russian landowner with English connexions. Orthodox by religion, he is in Political opinion a Constitutional Monarchist. He came here as a refugee after the final failure of the White cause in South Russia. He had long been interested in the Jewish question as far as it concerned Russia, had studied the “Protocols,” and during the period of Denikin’s ascendancy had made investigations with the object of discovering whether any occult “Masonic” organization, such as the “Protocols” speak of, existed in Southern Russia. The only such organization was a Monarchist one. The discovery of the key to the problem of the “Protocols” came to him by chance.This blurb is important because in a time when the democratic "new world order" (and Bolshevism) was being established from the fall of the remnants of monarchism, Graves, via Mr. X, is saying that the only grand conspiracy involving occult organizations was a monarchist one (thus it involved the other less liked, but tolerated, group of people).
While I do know that monarchist conspiracies still exist (I've seen the organizations/orders myself, however pitiful they may be in instituting their aims), monarchists were hardly the grand schemers of the day (or today) when they were detested by the Left and the Right equally, and generally focused only on their own territories (the issue of monarchy with constitution or without being an additional matter and stumbling block). Nevermind that anyone with any basic knowledge of occultism knows that the only monarchy that such types would ever support is that of the World-King in whatever name he may be known (Horus, Messiah, King etc).
As Albert Camus one explained, monarchies symbolized the law of God and occultists in their various forms, say that such laws are oppressive variations of the "true laws" that had been distorted by "narrow-minded uninitiated monotheists." There are many in the occult realm who simply say: "Do what thou whilt is the whole of the law" and trace it back through time, claiming that what it says is not what it means. So if Mr. X had in fact come across a grand monarchist conspiracy, it most certainly wasn't occultic in the sense of what the Protocols produce.
None of this information (that is, the nature of occult organizations, or their beliefs) is hidden or has ever really been hidden, and yet is profusely denied and considered by the majority of people to be fanciful. It's just like when Freemasons deny they are a Zionist organization. It's completely and utterly ridiculous since the Temple of Solomon is of immense importance in Masonry (part of what "masonry" refers to), and when some of the most famous Freemasons (Isaac Newton and Harry Truman for easy examples) were extreme Zionists, and any cursory study of the architecture of Israel's most important buildings shows Masonic influence.
The point of this blog post is that the entire debunking of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion is based on the fact that (in typical Masonic fashion) some mysterious person revealed a previous work from which it was plagiarized, and so people conclude that everything in the Protocols is false--too sinister to be true, especially because of its heavy antisemitism.
The Italian philosopher, mystic, and political theorist Julius Evola said in his preface to the Protocols,
This argument is truly irrelevant: those who decry plagiarism should keep in mind that this is not a matter of a literary work or of copyright. For example, when a general writes a plan, he could employ previous materials and writings as long as they contain ideas fit for his purpose. This would be a case of plagiarism, but it would not affect at all the question of whether or not this plan has really been conceived and carried out.The Protocols being a complete fake in every respect is an easy conclusion to arrive at when one is ignorant of the machinations and mental confusing that Masons and their ilk indulge in (already mentioned above an example of occultists claiming phrases don't mean what they say, and Ibn Sayyad is an excellent example). The stereotype of the villain needing to reveal his plans in great detail before acting is based on truth and the very human reality of needing to betray one's deceits whether through body language or words.
Many bloggers and website owners, some antisemitic and others not, have already expounded on the motivations for why Protocols would focus on portraying Jews as the villains of the world. In sum: to deflect attention from those who are really pulling the strings (yes, the basis of it is Zionist-Masonic conspiracy, but there is a particular Judaic flare to it that is reflected on Jews of all backgrounds, and it ignores gentiles who misuse Judaism for their own gains), and to aid in the persecution of Jews which would give an easy excuse for the settlement of Jerusalem and establishment of Israel for the eventual return of the Temple and the ushering in of the World-King/Messiah/Horus aka Dajjal (and extermination of religious Jews, just like the most religious of any group are often the main target).
The Protocols don't reflect the attitudes of Zionists at all...nevermind all those statements from Zionists that match up with them!
In 2008 John Hagee, the infamous ultra-Christian Zionist who wrote In Defense of Israel stated that Hitler was sent by God to hunt European Jews in order to chase them to Israel for the set-up for the End Times, essentially. Pretty much everyone decried him as an antisemite, a man whose whole purpose is the support of Israel and Zionism. It seems to be the case that whenever Zionists are blunt about their beliefs and purposes, they're--at least in front of the eye of the media--are shunned and criticized despite the fact that non-Zionists have exposed said beliefs before, the Protocols being an excellent example if you peel away the bullshit.
The arguments that assert there are no evil Jews (because Jews aren't human beings, I guess) or Zionism isn't a sinister occult-based secularist ideology at its core are without legs to stand on. Ignoring the Palestinian slow genocide/apartheid (others cover that in great detail, my focus is on the occult), I can prove that there is truth to the essential core of the Protocols with merely quotes.
First I must briefly address the antisemitism found in the Protocols. In many respects what was done was that goyim was written where profane should have been i.e. the whole thing being about the fake Judaism of Zionism where Judaism is used and abused for worldly, ungodly purposes. The trick of the Protocols was to put a Kabbalah-based occult agenda onto the Jews of the world, despite the fact that the majority of the practitioners of Masonic-Kabbalah (back then) were gentiles, and that, at least in places like Russia, Jews and especially Jewish practitioners of Kabbalah had to be recruited into Masonic lodges in order for the Masons to get "street cred," so to speak.
The problem has and always will be the occult, regardless of what name it takes. In today's world, in practically every religious tradition the "spiritual" traditions are considered valid and sometimes essential (because of how the world is being subconsciously steered). The acceptance and love of the spiritual traditions is not in line with traditional monotheism that was taught by the prophets, which had a spiritual element built into it without the need of practicing secret teachings, levels of initiation, magical incantations, trances or any other devices that the prophets themselves did not do (although many disagree with that, hence the origins of many traditions). In the past I briefly touched on this with the subject of Solomon and the commonly held belief that he used magic. Merkaba Mysticism, which may have been used by Dajjal (the antichrist) himself is another example of prophets being used as an excuse to indulge in the occult/prophets being mistaken as utilizing the occult.
While everyone seems to focus on the supposed positives of spiritual traditions like Kabbalah, few seem to ever mention the dark sides that are not hidden but plainly discussed as if the teachings are perfectly acceptable. You can find no such teachings in Islam (except possibly Sufism), despite the fact that Zionists criticize Islam heavily.
Since God creates souls, he can choose to create them in different ways. This is precisely the express position of the Zohar. Jews are differentiated from Gentiles by the fact that Jewish souls are different from (and superior to) Gentile souls[…] The Zohar meets the problem of conversion in two ways. One is to affirm that the proselyte never becomes the equal of the Jew. Alternatively, souls of true converts are souls of Jewish origin and were at Sinai with all other Jewish souls. That these souls ended up in the bodies of Gentiles is, apparently, the result of some sort of cosmic foul-up. - Maimonides on Judaism and the Jewish People, Menachem Marc Kellner, pp. 5-6A blurb on Wikipedia sums this up:
Many Kabbalistic sources contain statements to the effect that the Jewish soul is ontologically different from the soul of non-Jews; for example, it is held by some that Jews have three levels of soul, nefesh, ruach and neshamah while non-Jews have only nefesh. The Zohar comments on the Biblical verse which states 'Let the waters teem with swarms of creatures that have a living soul' as follows: The verse 'creatures that have a living soul,' pertains to the Jews, for they are the children of God, and from God come their holy souls....And the souls of the other nations, from where do they come? Rabbi Elazar says that they have souls from the impure left side, and therefore they are all impure, defiling anyone who comes near them. (Zohar commentary on Genesis)Israel Shahak and Norton Mezvinsky explain in Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (p. 6) the Kabbalah background of Rabbi Kook, whose quote about gentile being like cattle is at the top of the page.
Rabbi Kook's entire teaching was based upon the Lurianic Cabbala, the school of Jewish mysticism that dominated Judaism from the late sixteenth to the early nineteenth century. One of the basic tenants of the Lurianic Cabbala is the absolute superiority of the Jewish soul and body over the non-Jewish soul and body. According to the Lurianic Cabbala, the world was created solely for the sake of Jews; the existence of non-Jews was subsidiary.The same authors later explain the dark dynamics of Kabbalah in great detail (pp 89-90). First, they explain how the subject of how gentiles (or the profane, as occultists would say) are viewed is often intentionally ignored or obfuscated.
The status of non-Jews in the Cabbala as compared to that in Talmudic literature is a good beginning point for discussion. Most of the many Jewish authors that have written about the Cabbala in English, German and French have either avoided this subject or have hidden its essence under clouds of misleading generalizations. These authors, Gershon Scholem being one of the most significant, have employed the trick of using words such as 'men,' 'human beings' and 'cosmic' in order to imply incorrectly that the Cabbala presents a path leading towards salvation for all human beings. The actual fact is that Cabbalistic texts, as opposed to Talmudic literature, emphasize salvation for only Jews.Then they discuss how books accessible only to Jews or those who know Hebrew are blunt on the matter, illustrating an intentional misrepresentation of Kabbalah to gentiles.
Many books dealing with the Cabbala that are written in Hebrew, other than those written by Scholem, present an honest description of salvation and other sensitive Jewish issues. This point is well illustrated in studies of the latest and most influential school of Cabbala, the Lurianic School, founded in the late sixteenth century and named after its founding rabbi, Yitzhak Luria. The ideas of Rabbi Luria greatly influenced the theology of Rabbi Kook the elder and still underlie the ideologies of Gush Emunim and Hassidism.Rabbi Hayim Vital wrote in Hebrew (and was later quoted by Kabbalist Yeseiah Tishibi, also only in Hebrew):
Souls of non-Jews come entirely from the female part of the satanic sphere. For this reason souls of non-Jews are called evil, not good, and are created without [divine] knowledge.Even darker aspects of Kabbalah thought and rationality have surfaced recently when mixed with Zionism. In this quote, a Jewish blooded Kabbalist and Zionist equates Judaism with slaughter, and thinks it a good thing!
The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way: Destroy their holy sites. Kill men, women and children (and cattle)… I don't believe in Western morality. Living by Torah values will make us a light unto the nations who suffer defeat because of a disastrous morality of human invention. – Rabbi Manis Friedman, of the Kabbalist-Zionist Chabad Lubavitch sectBut probably the most notorious recent incident involves the publication of the book The King's Torah.
Rabbi Yitzhak Shapiro, who heads the Od Yosef Chai Yeshiva in the Yitzhar settlement, wrote in his book "The King's Torah" that even babies and children can be killed if they pose a threat to the nation.The point I am making with all of this is that while the Protocols were "plagiarized" (which that, alone, comes with an unusual story that would not be accepted in any other circumstance), it was not an entirely untruthful work just because antisemitism is peppered throughout. Kabbalah is not what many people think it is, and Kabbalah is one of the backbones of Masonry, preceded only by the Egyptian mysteries. The Masonic-Zionist conspiracy is very real and really started moving with the help of the Kabbalist Saul--turned Paul--though that is a separate subject altogether.
Shapiro based the majority of his teachings on passages quoted from the Bible, to which he adds his opinions and beliefs.
'It is permissable to kill the Righteous among Nations even if they are not responsible for the threatening situation,' he wrote, adding: 'If we kill a Gentile who has sinned or has violated one of the seven commandments - because we care about the commandments - there is nothing wrong with the murder.'
Several prominent rabbis, including Rabbi Yithak Ginzburg and Rabbi Yaakov Yosef, have recommended the book to their students and followers. - West Bank rabbi: Jews can kill Gentiles who threaten Israel.
The grand world conspiracy is ultimately why things are blatant and in plain site and yet denied and mocked by most people. While some things may be tucked under a rug, with minimal research, everything is out there and for some reason few people care, and for many that do care the blame is unfortunately put on Jewish blood or Judaism as a whole. Let this blog (and Christian Zionists) be a testament that it has nothing to do with being Jewish and everything to do with being an occultist.