Kabbalist Doctrine Explains World Events
April 24, 2011
Left, a man looks over the expanse of ruins left by the explosion of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, Japan. (AP Photo)
by Henry Makow Ph.D
The Kabalist Doctrine of Destruction provides a key to understanding world events.
According to the Kabbalah, which is the secret doctrine of Judaism and Freemasonry, “Evil and catastrophe [are] endemic factors in the process of creation. Without evil there could be no good, without destruction, creation could not take place.” (Kabbalah: An Introduction to Jewish Mysticism, by Byron L. Sherwin, p. 72.)
Kabbalists believe the Old (Christian) Order must be ruthlessly destroyed before the New (Satanic) World Order, based on the Kabala, can be built.
Hence, the Illuminati motto: “Order Out of Chaos.” Hence, the Communist Manifesto advocates the destruction of nation, religion and family and the transfer of all private wealth to the Illuminati bankers, in the guise of the state.
The Doctrine of Destruction explains why war and revolution have been characterized by a gratuitous orgy of genocide, terror and destruction.
It explains the banishment of God from public discourse and the widespread acceptance of obscenity, pornography and the occult. It explains the attack on gender and the promotion of homosexuality to heterosexuals.
It explains why humanity seems cursed by never-ending crises and catastrophes — economic, political and natural. I believe they are engineered by the Illuminati to attack and destroy anything that smacks of the healthy divine order — spiritual or natural.
The present day Illuminati grew out of the satanic “Sabbatean-Frankist” Jewish heresy in the 17th and 18th centuries. The bankers and half the Jews of Europe adopted this pestilence and spread it to the Gentile elites through Freemasonry.
Thus, Illuminati Jews characterize the “Jewish” role in terms of the destruction of civilization.
For example, in the book “You Gentiles” (1924) Maurice Samuel writes:
“In everything, we are destroyers–even in the instruments of destruction to which we turn for relief…We Jews, we, the destroyers, will remain the destroyers for ever. Nothing that you will do will meet our needs and demands. We will forever destroy because we want a world of our own.” (p. 155)
In 1928, Marcus Ravage, a Jewish Rothschild biographer wrote an essay entitled, “The Real Case Against the Jews.”
“You have not begun to appreciate the real depth of our guilt. We are intruders. We are disturbers. We are subverters. We have taken your natural world, your ideals, your destiny, and played havoc with them. We have been at the bottom not merely of the latest great war but of nearly all your wars, not only of the Russian but of every other major revolution in your history. We have brought discord and confusion and frustration into your personal and public life. We are still doing it. No one can tell how long we shall go on doing it.”
(THE CENTURY MAGAZINE, JANUARY 1928, Vol. 115, No. 3, pp. 346-350.)
Most Jews (and liberals/leftists in general) are unaware of this kabbalistic plot. They have been duped and manipulated by spurious appeals to ideals of “social justice” and “equality.”
WHY THE KABBALAH IS SATANIC
Religio means “to go within” i.e. “to know and obey” God. In any true religion, God comprises absolute spiritual ideals — love, truth, justice, goodness, beauty, harmony — pure and unalloyed. God is nothing if not Moral – i.e. Good.
Evil is the absence of God, just as darkness is the absence of light.
The Kahbalah is satanic because it says evil is part of God: “God has two sides; [both] are essentially one thing; what we experience as evil is as Divine as what we experience as good.”
Hence the expression gaining currency today: “It’s all good.”
The Kabalist exegesis continues:
“Many texts in the Kabbalah, including the Zohar, say that the task is not to destroy evil but to return it to its source — to “include the left within the right,” in the Zoharic metaphor, “to uplift the fallen sparks” in the Lurianic one. In Chabad Hasidism, it is stated that evil exists as part of the Divine revelation itself. Indeed, to think that evil really is separate from God is, itself, the essence of evil, which is precisely the illusion of separation.”
“Letting go of the reality of separate evil, and really accepting that the sitra achra [impurity, occult, evil] is a side of Divinity, is easy on paper and very difficult in reality. … Still, to the extent it is possible to do so, the notion is indeed life-changing. Everything is a flavor of Divinity.”
Kabalists also believe in “redemption through sin” i.e. deliberately flaunting the Old Law by doing evil (adultery, incest, pedophilia.) The destruction of civilization (i.e. chaos) will provoke the return of the Messiah (the anti-Christ) who will rebuild the world according to Kabbalist specifications, with the Illuminati bankers playing God.
In true religion, you do not obey God by doing evil.
Kabbalists also believe God is unknowable and has no form. In contrast, true religion assumes God is present in the human soul. Obeying this voice, (conscience) is what makes us human.
Call it illuminism, secularism, luciferianism, humanism or paganism: It’s all Kabbalah.
Modern Western civilization has no moral legitimacy (and no future) because it is based on a rebellion against God, who represents the path of our spiritual development.
Humanity had been hijacked by psychopaths intent on destroying the “old order” (Reality) and building a bizarre, solipsistic, violent, depraved dystopia in its place.
These psychopaths control our government’s credit and the mass media. Thus, they are able to purchase our leaders and dupe society into embracing its own downfall.
Related – “Liberals are Unwitting Shills for Communism, Satanism”
The Kabala is a Hoax
Livingstone- The NWO’s Satanic Bible
Comments for “Kabbalist Doctrine Explains World Events ”
John said (April 25, 2011):
You have struck a bull’s eye Henry, on the nature of the enemy. A spiritual enemy must be battled with spiritual weapons.
(from the 4000 page dictation of Heaven to Maria Valtorta in The Poem of the Man-God, translated from the Italian)
JESUS CHRIST: Listen my brothers; nothing happens unless God permits it. Also tyranny; a misfortune without equal for a people. But if that people should examine itself in all fairness, almost always they should say that they brought on such a misfortune by their way of living, contrary to God. Remember the Prophets. How many times have they spoken about that! How often have they shown with past, present, and future events that a ruler is a punishment, the lash of chastisement on the back of an ungrateful son. And how many times have they taught how to avoid it: by going back to the Lord. Neither rebellion nor war cure wounds nor tears; neither do they undo chains. To live as a just people does all that. Then God intervenes. What can arms and armies do against the splendor of angelic cohorts fighting for a good people? Have we been struck? Let us deserve to be no longer so by living as children of God. Do not double your chains by committing new sins.
Ted said (April 25, 2011):
I can’t agree with the idea that God is only “good”. In fact, I don’t think anyone can truly define God.
Nevertheless, it even states in the Bible that there is nothing that isn’t God. Everything is a creation of God, and God eternally manifests His creation.
The world is a creation of dualities. We don’t have to be told by any holy scripture that this is so because it is self evident. There has to be both light and shadow to create contrast.
How is anyone supposed to know what good is without knowing the opposite? In order to make a choice, or a value judgment, there has to be a differential. The essence of creation is that differential.
We would be unable to grow spiritually without the hard work of changing for the better. Evil is here so we have that choice.
Our free will allows us to chose whichever path we desire. By choosing the easier path of evil we inevitably experience misery. When we become disillusioned with evil, we turn back to the harder path of good.
Misery is the whip to remembrance. How many of us would turn to God if our lives were fulfilled by greed, malice and material wealth? God will not force us to choose Him; we need to make that choice willingly. Even then we have to work hard to find Him.
Dick said (April 25, 2011):
This was a very interesting and thought-provoking article. I think you hit the nail on the head by saying evil is the “absence of God” rather than some countervailing force.
This distinction goes back a long way. The Zohar is only from the 14th century, when Greek (ie Pythagorean / Platonic) philosophy had
experienced a resurgence. However, from what I can discover, Pythagoras and Plato (contrary to David Livingstone’s thesis) saw things in pretty much the same way as you. Their ideas were misused
– in their own time by the gnostics, and later by the kabbalists.
(I suppose this goes even further back, but you get the idea).
There’s a pretty good wikipedia article on neoplatonism and gnosticism, which (especially the sections on Plotinus’ commentary)
offers some good direction on how such a philosophical schism can come about:
Pythagoras and Plato deal extensively with the problem of evil: if God is good, why does evil exist? Their basic conclusion, which is
fully fleshed out by later philosophers like Liebniz, is that while all things are not good, all things work toward the good. For
example, children starving is not good, but it is an invitation to practice charity, which is a test of our will, and introduces
positive good into the world.
The gnostics and kabbalists then say – well, if evil exists as an invitation for good, then extreme evil will create extreme good –
so if you want a messiah, drop a nuclear weapon. They see the world, rather than a place that can and should be improved through application of reason and free will – as a prison that can only be escaped through intensifying death-and-rebirth rituals.
As you suggest in your various articles about cultural subversion, a person could only come to such an insane conclusion if they feel
abandoned (or abused) by God. Without the unconditional love of a proper family, and without healthy spiritual and philosophical
guidance, virtue and self-sacrifice can feel meaningless and unrewarded.
It’s not easy to live in this world. Even Christ on the cross thought he had been forsaken by God. It’s important to see the role bad philosophy, not just bad people, makes the world worse. (If
you’ve killed hundreds of millions of people, and your messiah hasn’t shown up yet, do you think you might be on the wrong track?)
It’s also important to see how good philosophy can help make each person and the world better, and how we all need a bit of philosophy to summon the strength and will to do what’s right
rather than what’s profitable.
ETM said (April 25, 2011):
So well said- re ‘absence of light’ etc. and that one cannot serve God while giving up one’s conscience.
This Levi converted’ to Islam for personal benefit, and still dominates these banker cabalists circles in Europe…?
There are many kabbalahs as there are many spellings of the word; the Abes Kids website by Daniel Feldman being one, which uses the structure of the cabala tree to make the case for cross-religious analysis, re universalism. One could differentiate between the cabalism of Alestair Crowley from the cabalism of Daniel Feldman, for example. Daniel stresses meditation; Crowely stresses Crowley and went mad.
Christ was a reformer of Judaism as Buddha was a reformer of Hinduism, and their messages strike essentially similar, and so too Confucius, as a reformer of the prior Chinese religio-political culture, has essentially the same message , with all three centred around the ‘golden rule’ which is that spark from God that allows us to see ourselves in others and so experience empathy, altruism, etc.
The knot of psychopaths you describe find justifications in a certain kind of cabala, and it is the dichotomy between the Pharisees and Christ all over again, and then there are always to be found the Zealots as useful idiots.
As you say, ‘religion’ comes from a moral connection with one God, but sadly, theocratic structures in the name of religion often become instruments for power seeking and hence evil, the ego-luciferian rebellion against the golden rule of our one God.
And so, for example, there is the scandal of Madonna’s cabala group run by Berg I believe, but of course one cannot know what all goes on in any group from the outside.
The ego temptations are always the same in any ‘established religion’ or even a small religious commune, as the ’60’s showed, but when you mix these ‘human all too human’ temptations with power backed by trillions in assets and the ability to print money and sell the paper to governments who then fleece the value out of the herd of taxpayers… well then, re the dictum ‘power corrups’, this degree of power leads to levels of psychopathic corruption difficult for ordinary people to imagine. And yes, they organize around free masonry and a generally discredited version of cabala.
This form of cabala provides them with a cohesion they would not otherwise have.
Dan said (April 25, 2011):
Once one understands that Kabbalah is quite simply the belief that one becomes powerful as a god by doing evil, one sees that modern society is saturated with cabalistic thinking, cabalistic ‘ethics’. This Abraxian way of thinking permeates everything. We here it laced throughout everything from political speeches to popular music.
Below is the intro spoken monologue of ‘Lady Gaga’ which precedes her recent heavily promoted, ‘Born this way’. video.
“This is the manifesto of Mother Monster: On G.O.A.T, a Government Owned Alien Territory in space…
…a birth of magnificent and magical proportions took place. But the birth was not finite. It was infinite.
The birth of a new race, new world, new thinkers, it’s the birth of a new system of belief that cannot die, nor has an end. It is forever.
And thus began the beginning of the new race, a race within the race of humanity, a race which bares no prejudice, no judgment but boundless freedom.
But on that same day, as the eternal mother hovered in the Multiverse, another more terrifying birth took place, the birth of evil.
And as she herself split into two. Rotating in agony between two ultimate forces, the pendulum of choice began its dance. It seems easy you imagine to gravitate instantly and unwaveringly towards good. But she wondered: “How can I protect something so perfect without evil?”
Henry Makow is the author of A Long Way to go for a Date. He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto. He welcomes your feedback and ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org