Images 7/1/18


some new age magazine..

the craft magazine..what craft? above so below..

inked..with one eye..

holy land bikers of really..

i love this..the above has all the letters of the alphabet and numerals 1-9..all found on butterfly wings..

butterflies are important..symbolically..

as it is when a celeb goes shhh..

the “lady” in the pool..has goat its quite possibly a baphomet..hidden in plain sight..


~ by seeker401 on January 7, 2018.

22 Responses to “Images 7/1/18”

  1. ‘holy land bikers of really..’
    with jewish santa claus no doubt.

  2. Just how holy are those angels ..

    The Jesuits Hells Angels Club

    • Supporting this statement is the fact that the 26 nations where the Hells Angels are allowed to operate have predominantly Protestant majority populations. A few outliers exist, such as Turkey, which only creates further confusion. How does an Islamic nation like Turkey allow the Hells Angels to exist? When we consider that the Catholic Church created the religion of Islam, we can begin to understand the big picture. Turkey is the doorstep to Protestant majority Europe, and is the obvious transfer point for opium from Afghanistan to be imported into those nations.

      • we discussed previously the possibility that Muhammad was a Jew .. I now understand he was a Samaritan Jew .. the Samaritans aka Sephardic were forced migrants ..

        The king of Assyria brought men from Babylon and from Cuthah and from [o]Avva and from Hamath and Sepharvaim, and settled them in the cities of Samaria in place of the sons of Israel. So they possessed Samaria and lived in its cities. 25 At the beginning of their living there, they did not fear the Lord; therefore the Lord sent lions among them which killed some of them. 26 So they spoke to the king of Assyria, saying, “The nations whom you have carried away into exile in the cities of Samaria do not know the custom of the god of the land; so he has sent lions among them, and behold, they kill them because they do not know the custom of the god of the land.”
        27 Then the king of Assyria commanded, saying, “Take there one of the priests whom you carried away into [p]exile and let [q]him go and live there; and let him teach them the custom of the god of the land.” 2 Kings 17

        Islam and the People that History Forgot

        It is important to realize that Muhammed was very familiar with Jewish and (consequently) Samaritan religious beliefs and practices. But this was not all. Muhammed himself was a member of the Hussein branch of the prestigious Koreish priestly tribe that had long been in charge of the sacred area of Mecca. Just who were these people who made up the Koreish tribe?

        The priestly Koreish tribe of Mecca, to which all the Arabs of the peninsula gave honor and respect, has an interesting traditional history associated with it. Its ancient origination was from one of the most famous cities and regions of Mesopotamia. They were known to have come from Cutha (the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Ed., vol. 17, p.399b). Cutha was a city located before the days of Alexander the Great a few miles northeast of Babylon. It was one of the earliest priest cities of the world. It was formerly the capital of the ancient kingdom of Sumer which came into being right after the Flood. It was first built by Cush the son of Ham (from whom it was named) and it was a city associated in power and influence with Babylon itself. And note this. It was the same central area from whence the Samaritans who lived in central Palestine came from. That’s right, Muhammed and the Samaritans had the same origin. It means that both of them were a part of The People That History Forgot.

  3. This picture is featured right on Yum! Brands’ homepage. One-eye sign = Elite owned.

  4.×320.jpg The hand sign is known as Kohanim hands of Priestly Blessing in Judaism.

  5. a popular kids cartoon:

  6. off0topic: The Perennial Philosophy:

    “The leitmotif of Schuon’s work was foreshadowed in an encounter during his youth with a marabout who had accompanied some members of his Senegalese village to Basle for the purpose of demonstrating their African culture. When Schuon talked with him, the venerable old man drew a circle with radii on the ground and explained: “God is the center; all paths lead to Him.””

    (…a thread needed, seek, imo…that’s so very intriguing to enquire on!…

    Aldous Huxley wrote a book “The Perennial Philosophy”!

    • Huxley’s Introduction to The Perennial Philosophy begins:

      The metaphysic that recognises a divine Reality substantial to the world of things and lives and minds; the psychology that finds in the soul something similar to, or even identical with, divine Reality; the ethic that places man’s final end in the knowledge of the immanent and transcendent Ground of all being — the thing is immemorial and universal.

      Rudiments of the Perennial Philosophy may be found among the traditionary lore of primitive peoples in every region of the world, and in its fully developed forms it has a place in every one of the higher religions. A version of this Highest Common Factor in all preceding and subsequent theologies was first committed to writing more than twenty-five centuries ago, and since that time the inexhaustible theme has been treated again and again, from the standpoint of every religious tradition and in all the principal languages of Asia and Europe.[12]

      In the next paragraph, Huxley summarises the problem more succinctly, saying: “Knowledge is a function of being.”[12] In other words, if you are not suited to knowing something, you do not know it. This makes knowing the Ground of All Being difficult, in Huxley’s view. Therefore, he concludes his Introduction with:

      If one is not oneself a sage or saint, the best thing one can do, in the field of metaphysics, is to study the works of those who were, and who, because they had modified their merely human mode of being, were capable of a more than merely human kind and amount of knowledge.

    • God is the center because He is God. He is, so He can not be ignored. Therefore, God is essentially understood in only two different ways: the believer way and unbeliever way. There are no other ways.

  7. 33 eh?

  8. speaking of 33…

  9. here other one from THEY LUCIFERIANS tday-Hawaii on the 13 & they wait 38min

    THEY using to fingers lately…….
    scrolldown to-Syria interesting

    • On the Syrian pictures.
      As a Christian, I testify to two dominions. There is the dominion of Satan and the dominion of God. Each dominion is signified and represented by particular practices and beliefs. To make, or for somebody to partake of a belief or practice from one dominion or the other is to be sealed under the authority, or pressed by the authority of one dominion or the other. In a fallen world in which we are all sinners, we all will participate in the pagan/Satan’s dominion, but as Christians we are coming out of that dominion into God’s dominion. Christians do bad things but do those bad things less and do godly things more. All due to God working in their life. When Christians do the ways of God it is not due to a power in and of their own self, but doing the ways of God is a mark, or evidence, that God is truly in their life for only God has the power to deliver a person into practicing a Christian way of life.

      The Syrian’s doing the hand sign, intentional or not, are participating in Satan’s dominion. The signs hold meaning and are being pressed on the Syrians. The signs hold no power over the people, even while doing the signs. Ignorance does not hold power over the people doing the signs because hypocrites know something but do the opposite, or they do the opposite of what they know. So knowledge has no power to have people be not under the rein of Satan, because people can be hypocrites. Hypocrites know a lot, but do not put what they know into practice. The power is not in their consent, because people choose to do either what is right or wrong. The power is not in whether they are doing what is right or wrong because good people do bad things sometimes and bad people do good things sometimes.

      God instructs people to do certain things in their life. Satan has people do certain things in their life. Are the people doing what God instructs or not? And when they do not do what God instructs, therefore they are following the ways of their own sin, the way of the wicked world, and/or are following the power of Satan. The right question to ask is: does the person turn to God and ask for forgiveness for doing wrong against who is good, and only fully good, all the time, completely and unchangingly good, namely God? Are the people understanding the gravity of sin and what sin does?

      The power does not reside in man, but in God alone to overcome sin. Man has no power to overcome sin. Man may do good, but obviously man is not fully good, completely and unchangingly good all the time. Man is no expert as to what is good that is for sure.


    MGM the golden Lion King??

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