The really evil jews
Editor’s Note: We originally published this post in July 2017. It’s essential reading in terms of peeling back the onion and understanding the organized discordianism addressed on our pages. There is also a tandem podcast that offers more details: “Tim Kelly and Russ Winter Discuss Sabbatean Frankism’s Impact on the World.” We also recommend our post detailing Nesta Webster and James Billington’s work on connecting the dots on the French Revolution and the discordian plot against civilization, which is especially relevant to the present day: “Illuminism and Freemason Uprising Part I: A Deep Dive into Revolutionary History with Nesta Webster and James Billington.”
One of the most hidden aspects of the history of the last 350 years is the impact of the Shabbetian Messianic movement. It was led by Shabbetai Tzvi starting June 6, 1666 (6666). Tzvi convinced, perhaps, half of the world’s Jewry at its peak that he was the true messiah. A vast Sabbatian movement promoted the Messianic ambitions of Tzvi, who only recognized the sacred book of Kabbalah, the Zohar and rejected the Torah and Talmud.
The Sabbatian Luciferian phenomenon was kept alive through the centuries with great help. In the 18th century, Jacob Frank reintroduced Sabbatianism to Europe. Although Jewish scholars have dissected Sabbatianism and Frankism, little of it is known to the outside world. Rabbi Marvin Antelman believes the movement lives on at least in spirit and refers to today’s believers as “satanic Sabbatian Frankists.” The article that follows uses Antelman’s book, “To Eliminate the Opiate,” (now deep sixed) as the primary source to document these events.