Secret Satanism is at the Heart of Illuminati

henrymakow.com — July 23, 2018

1666 redemptionThe Illuminati (Communists, Freemasons) originated in the Sabbatean Frankist “heresy” in the 17th Century. This 2015 book by Robert Sephehr confirms that the two most important features of the Illuminati are:
1) They conceal their Jewish identity by pretending to belong to other religious or national groups. 2. They are Satanists. i.e. they invert good and evil. Evil is good and vice versa.
Similarly, sickness is health (i.e. homosexuality) and ugly is beautiful. 
Thanks to this secretive cult, Western society is satanically possessed.
“Through a revolution of values, what was formerly sacred became profane and what was formerly profane had become sacred.”
YouTube Introduction and 15 min summary here

1666-Redemption Through Sin

by Robert Sepehr — (excerpt by henrymakow.com)

The psychology of the radical Sabbateans was utterly paradoxical. Essentially, its guiding principle was: whoever is as he appears cannot be a true believer.
In practice, this meant that true faith could not be a faith which men publicly professed. On the contrary, the true faith must always be concealed. In fact, it was one’s duty to deny it outwardly, for it was like a seed planted in the bed of the soul, and it could not grow unless it was first covered over.(8)
In the formulation of Cardozo: “It is ordained that the King Messiah don the garments of a Marrano and so go unrecognized by his fellow Jews. In a word, it is ordained that he become a Marrano like me. For this reason, accordingly, every Jew is obliged to become a Marrano.” (1)
This theme of a secret, hidden, or occult identity became part of this evolving religious philosophy. In essence, a true act cannot be committed publicly, before the eyes of the world. Like the true faith, the true act was concealed, for only through concealment could it negate the falsehood of what is explicit. Through a revolution of values, what was formerly sacred became profane and what was formerly profane had become sacred. (1, 8)

 

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