The Influence of Sabbatean Frankism on the World

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.

The Influence of Sabbatean Frankism on the World


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3 Responses to “The Influence of Sabbatean Frankism on the World”

  1. newensign says:

    A lot of good info there Pete, most people don’t realise that the European family of nations have been taken taken over gradually over centuries although 1666 was a pivotal year and the date of the great fire if one takes into account the calendar change it was another 911 and the onslaught into Europe to destroy as many Christian white people as possible on both sides was launched at 6am on the 6th June the 6th month therefore another 666! It would be interesting to see the book “To Eliminate the Opiate,” This was a nickname given a Jesuit Committee that sat for about 25 years. so named because it was about removing the Bible from the people. It so happened, I think it was about 1825, the committee was disbanded and at the same time the KJV was revised – the translators’ preface was removed together with the apocrypha and the word Jew added (up to the 1660’s there was no J in the English language!) and thereby wrote themselves into the Bible! The Bible of 80 books became one of 66 books, their favourite number!

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      Yes newensign, it is a revealing article that explained a lot to me. It explains the current evil philosophy of the banksters class, very deep roots

      6th June 1945 was D day of course and that numerology shows that it was also masonic! Just like WW1 armistice day; 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month. They even kept the killing going to hit that date when the war was over in practice, how disgusting

      My old man went over on D day itself, he drove a truck onto Sword beach with the Canadians. Casualties were light which was a blessing for me, who wasn’t even a twinkle in his eye at that time ;-))

      He followed the front all the way to Luneberg Heath where the armistice was signed. Via Belsen which shocked him to the core

      He would have been appalled to know that it was a masonic tribute, being very anti mason himself. His government job gave preference to masons which annoyed him very much, being a meritocrat himself. He refused to join and didn’t progress as far as his intelligence allowed. That didn’t hinder his life though, he led a good, fulfilling life, God rest his soul

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        I just bought “To Eliminate the Opiate” thanks for that tip newensign, much appreciated. Best wishes Pete