The previous blog argued the idea that the AI revolution that is currently overtaking the world is just the modern incarnation of a long-running Kabbalist agenda in search of the ultimate power, the dynamism of creation itself. We went through the gradual, centuries-long elitist project of separating us, "the great unwashed," from our right to hold sacred knowledge of our origins. Meanwhile, those same elitists, an actual Babylonian priesthood in the true historic sense of the word, assumed a monopoly for themselves of the use of God's personal name as the "central role" in their quest to achieve the power of self-godship. This issue should be of concern to all people, even if one considers himself an atheist, because, once again, we are coming face-to-face with an unjust conspiracy designed to steal a body of knowledge that was meant to benefit you and not be hoarded by a small powerful cabal.
This blog will take a look at how we know that the elitist knowledge suppression has continued exercising its influence right down to our modern era in the Digital Age. The suppression continued as the Church was hijacked and abandoned the model Christ had set for it. It rolled right on through the Protestant Reformation, even while well-intentioned men made the sacred scriptures available in the common tongue. Once every four years, the public catches a glimpse of that suppression during the oath of office sworn on the event of the presidential inauguration.
Government Built on Dishonest Oaths
When President Trump took the oath of office earlier this year, our live Rogue Media broadcast raised the question about which Bible did the President use while taking the oath. Better late than never, I did follow up with that question and even ordered a copy of that particular version of the Bible for myself.
The President used both the traditional White House "Lincoln" Bible as well as his own personal copy of the Revised Standard Version. That version of the Bible is highly popular among Protestant denominations. The President's copy was one that his mother gifted to him upon his graduation from Presbyterian Sunday school back in 1955.
The copy that I was able to obtain is likely similar, if not identical to, the President's. My copy was published in 1953 by "Thomas Nelson and Sons." If you look at the opening preface of nearly every version of the Bible, you will see that the publisher has included notes pertinent to his particular version. The preface usually explains why the publisher has decided to include, or exclude, the Tetragrammaton from his edition. This copy of the Revised Standard Version is no exception; it also has chosen to comply with Jewish (or rather, Kabbalistic) custom and avoid the usage of the divine name in a book meant to be read by the "great unwashed," the general public. It explains its reasons thus, as copied from a page at Bible-Researcher.com:
A major departure from the practice of the American Standard Version is the rendering of the Divine Name, the “Tetragrammaton.” The American Standard Version used the term “Jehovah”; the King James Version had employed this in four places, but everywhere else, except in three cases where it was employed as part of a proper name, used the English word Lord (or in certain cases God) printed in capitals.
The present revision returns to the procedure of the King James Version, which follows the precedent of the ancient Greek and Latin translators and the long established practice in the reading of the Hebrew scriptures in the synagogue. While it is almost if not quite certain that the Name was originally pronounced “Yahweh,” this pronunciation was not indicated when the Masoretes added vowel signs to the consonantal Hebrew text.
To the four consonants YHWH of the Name, which had come to be regarded as too sacred to be pronounced, they attached vowel signs indicating that in its place should be read the Hebrew word Adonai meaning “Lord” (or Elohim meaning “God”)....
For two reasons the Committee has returned to the more familiar usage of the King James Version: (1) the word “Jehovah” does not accurately represent any form of the Name ever used in Hebrew; and (2) the use of any proper name for the one and only God, as though there were other gods from whom He had to be distinguished, was discontinued in Judaism before the Christian era and is entirely inappropriate for the universal faith of the Christian Church.
The Revised Standard Version and thousands of others have chosen to place themselves under the thumb of those ancient elitist traditions that dictate who gets to know God and who doesn't. To the two objections noted in the above paragraph, my retort would be the following: (1) The name "Jesus" isn't the Hebrew name that Mary called her son either, and yet you haven't deleted that name. (2) Since when does a Christian Bible publisher bow to the will of a Kabbalah tradition? Jesus didn't. The question you should be asking is "Why did Judaism discontinue it?" Not to mention the fact that early church fathers Jerome and Origen both confirmed that the Tetragrammaton was still known in their time between the second and third century C.E.
So, the above statement by Nelson & Sons that infers that the divine name was "discontinued in Judaism before the Christian era" is blatantly dishonest. However, they are not alone. Most Bible publishers, though not all, have chosen to cower under Kabbalist pressure. By and large, the name of the Creator has been erased from the public's version of sacred knowledge. Any oath of office taken on such a copy is also dishonest. The erasure has made it all the easier for the Priesthood to maintain its monopoly over ancient knowledge. Therefore, any elected official who takes the oath on a Bible that bends its knee to the will of that Priesthood has also bound himself to the will of that Priesthood.
Curiously and hypocritically, many of these Bible publishers do leave the divine name intact in a handful of places, as if they are afraid to cross that red line by erasing it altogether. Since they leave a note in the preface to tell you where they substituted it for the word LORD, the astute Bible reader can just mentally re-insert the divine name into the content whenever he comes across the substitution.
At the end of this blog, I will leave you with a list of a few noteworthy Bible versions and translations that have chosen to restore the author's name in its proper places. I myself chose long ago not to celebrate the Christmas holidays because of the utter travesty that organized Christianity has inflicted on Christ's original teachings, but I know that many of you do. If you want to consider using a Bible that has chosen to comply with Christ's original mission of hallowing his Father's name, now would be a good time of year to obtain your own copy, or at least bookmark their online versions in your browser.
The Illuminati Trinity
Now, what does all of this have to do with modern events? As many RM readers know, we've had many discussions about how the whole world is caught in a gang war between the old, dying Rockefeller empire and the ever-present Old Money Rothschild dynasty. With every passing day, it becomes more evident that President Donald J. Trump was the man chosen by the Rothschild powers-that-be as their tool to achieve the next stage in a millenia-old agenda. Another breadcrumb that Spaceman left for us in the final hour of his final broadcast was a detailed discussion of the alliance that was made in the 18th century by three men destined to manipulate world events down to this year and beyond: Adam Weishaupt (Illuminati, Gnosticism, Hermetica), Jacob Frank (Kabbalah, Sabbateans), and Amschel Mayer Rothschild (money creation, banking, and puppet-mastering).
I could write endlessly in this blog with internet references about all the nefarious deeds of those three men. Spaceman did a good job of summing it up in the final hour of his final broadcast [linked here], so I will leave you with that.
Many years ago, I ran across this page at BibliotecaPleyades.net that listed some of the common sacraments and customs of the Church, showing how these were really Jewish in origin. That should not surprise us. As mentioned in the opening quotation at the top of this blog, the Apostle Paul already saw the trend towards corruption. Christ had warned about it 30 years before Paul, the Apostle Peter likewise warned about it contemporary with Paul, and the Apostle John stated that the trend had already established a foothold shortly before his own death, about 30 years after Paul.
That website above is loaded with archives culled from all over the web and is a highly useful tool if you care to do your own research on the legacy left by these men and by any other secret society that spun off from their lead. There is an interesting quote here from early church father, Athanasius, that betrays a Kabbalist belief that man does have the right to turn himself into a god. After all, so the argument goes, Jesus did.
However, he also taught that the Incarnation of the Word “divinized” human flesh, making it possible for men to become “gods.” “God became man that men might become gods,” wrote Athanasius.
As we stand now on the precipice of the coming year 2018, the whole world is being swept along in a new reality that is being engineered by the corporations, universities, and government structures that those three men left behind. We are witnessing the arrival of the "4th Industrial Revolution" being ushered in on the red carpet delivered by futuristic digital innovations and crypto technology.
In the third part of this blog series, I will pick up on the reference that Dr. Goertzel made to the "golem" of the Middle Ages. We'll explore the very real possibility that the human fathers of the next decade's sentient AI beings are likewise indoctrinating their digital sons in occult traditions.
As promised, here is a partial list of Bible versions and translations that have rejected the tradition of the Babylonian Priesthood by restoring the divine name in its rightful places. Many of these have online versions and apps. I have provided a few links but there are others.
- The Jerusalem Bible (1966) uses "Yahweh" in 6,823 places in the Old Testament.
- The New Jerusalem Bible (1985) uses "Yahweh" in 6,823 places in the Old Testament.
- The World English Bible (WEB) (1997) [a Public Domain work with no copyright] uses "Yahweh" some 6837 times.
- Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (1902) retains "Yahweh" throughout the Old Testament.
- The Anchor Bible (in progress) retains "Yahweh" throughout the Old Testament.
- The American Standard Version (1901) uses "Jehovah" in 6,823 places in the Old Testament.
- The New World Translation (1961/1984/2013), published by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, uses "Jehovah" in 7,216 places. [App in many languages; Android or Apple]
- The Sacred Scriptures Bethel Edition (1981) used by adherents of the Church of God (Seventh Day)
- The Divine Name King James Bible (2011) uses "Jehovah" in 6,973 places.
- The Lexham English Bible (2012) uses "Yahweh" throughout the Old Testament.
- Green's Literal Translation (1985) uses "Jehovah" in 6,866 places in the Old Testament.
- The Recovery Version (1999) uses "Jehovah" in 6,841 places in the Old Testament.
- The Darby Bible (1890) by John Nelson Darby renders the Tetragrammaton as Jehovah 6,810 times.
- The Bible in Living English (1972) by Steven T. Byington, published by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
- The Names of God Bible (2011,2014) by Ann Spangler uses "Yahweh" throughout the Old Testament.