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If Zionist run our country and they practice the Kabbalah, would that account for missing children?

The Kabbalah is a medieval and modern system of Jewish theosophy, mysticism, and thaumaturgy marked by belief in creation through emanation and a cipher method of interpreting Scripture. They routinely use children as sacrifice to what they believe to be demons that do their bidding.


  1. illuminati reptillian aliens eat babies and feed off the negative energy of humans and they rule our planet!

  2. Being a zionist doesn’t necessarily mean you are a Jew. I imagine those people are worshippers of satan anyway. Have a look at the trilateral commission logo, it says 666.

  3. You have got to be kidding, right? Kabbalaists don’t sacrifice children. Jews in general only made offerings of a lamb/goat or a bull, which isn’t even practiced in modern times. Where did you hear this? You should do some research. Sit down with “The Mystical Qabalah,” by Dion Fortune, or “A Garden of Pomegranates,” by Israel Regardie.
    Read the Zohar. Read the Sefer Yetzirah.
    The Kabbalah is broken into four heads.
    1. The dogmatic
    2. The literal (like numerology or gametria)
    3. The practical (like making talismans, magic, &c)
    4. The unwritten (only meaning things that are achieved through revelation due to the other practices)
    There is nothing about sacrifices in the Kabbalah at all.

  4. No it wouldn’t. Why? Because Kabbalah has nothing to do with this.”So, to clear up any misconceptions, let’s look at what Kabbalah is not. It is not, and has nothing to do with religion, magic, mysticism, divination, cults, holistic medicine, meditation, philosophy, theosophy, psychology or parapsychology, ESP, telepathy, dream interpretation, tarot cards, yoga, red strings, holy water, blessings, past-life regressions, numerology, reiki, channeling, astrology, astral travels or projection, communicating with the dead, out-of-body experiences, voodoo, freemasonry, reflexology, UFO’s, creationism, Sufism or any ism.”,
    “Therefore, first and foremost, the wisdom of Kabbalah needs to be made clear. Kabbalist Yehuda Ashlag (Baal HaSulam) provides the following definition in his article “The Essence of the Wisdom of Kabbalah”:
    This wisdom is no more and no less than a sequence of roots, which hang down by way of cause and effect, in fixed, determined rules, interweaving to a single, exalted goal described as, “the revelation of His Godliness to His creatures in this world.”
    In simpler words, there is an upper, all-inclusive force, or “the Creator,” governing everything in reality. All the world’s forces descend from this comprehensive force. Some of these forces are familiar to us, such as gravity or electricity, while there are forces of a higher order that act while remaining hidden to us.
    Kabbalah holds the map or the knowledge of how these hidden forces are structured, and the laws by which they influence us. It teaches us how to develop a sense of these forces, and finally, discover their only purpose — to bring us to the revelation of the Creator, while living in this world.”
    Kabbalah has been around for a long, long time and is only now taking its place in the general public awareness. Those who embrace it as the latest fad will perhaps move on to something else. But those who dig deeply into its principles are likely to find enough to keep them going for a lifetime.
    For more info on what Kabbalah really is, check out this link:


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