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Bloodlines of the Secret Sinners

In this week’s Torah portion, “Nitzavim” [“those who are standing”] (Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20 and Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9), Moses reminds the Jewish people that God sees and knows everything. And will hold people accountable not only for their deeds, but also for the evil attitude they may be nurturing within their hearts.

The focus here is on the first and the second commandments–to believe in God, first, and not to engage in idolatry. (The first is a belief; the second is a negative action, e.g. don’t do it.)

Deuteronomy 29, Verses 15-16: Moses reminds the people that the Egyptians and the other nations do disgusting things (“abominations”) and worship disgusting idols (“repugnant”). We lived in Egypt, we traversed the lands of these other nations, and we want nothing to do with their ways.

But in Verse 17, Moses turns his attention to the inevitable fact that someone within the Jewish people will indeed stray. In an extraordinary and exhaustive list of possibilities, we are told that no “MAN, or WOMAN, or FAMILY, or TRIBE” should do this.

Perhaps there is among you a man, woman, family, or tribe, whose heart strays this day from the Lord, our God, to go and worship the deities of those nations. Perhaps there is among you a root that produces hemlock and wormwood.”

Pay particular attention to the concept of the FAMILY or the TRIBE that chooses idolatry.

Not just idolatry, but as Verse 18 tells us, idolatry conducted in secret, for the sake of reaping the presumed benefits of the idolatry (e.g. “magick”), all while pretending to worship God and all while thinking that one can avoid punishment.

And it will be, when he [such a person] hears the words of this oath, that he will bless himself in his heart, saying, ‘I will have peace, even if I follow my heart’s desires’.”

There will be FAMILIES or TRIBES that choose this path, not just individuals — male or female (usually the text does not prescribe gender when giving the commandments) — which means the crime is intergenerational.

In Verse 19, we learn that God’s wrath and curse will descend upon such secret cults. They are destined to be eliminated from history. There is no “resurrection of the dead” for them.

The Lord will not be willing to forgive him; rather, then, the Lord’s fury and His zeal will fume against that man, and the entire curse written in this book will rest upon him, and the Lord will obliterate his name from beneath the heavens.”

Not only are these intergenerational secret sinning cults of idol worshipers destined for God’s wrath, but people will know throughout time what kind of sick animals they were. Verses 20-22:

And the Lord will separate him for evil, out of all the tribes of Israel, according to all the curses of the covenant, written in this Torah scroll.
And a later generation, your descendants…will say, upon seeing the plagues of that land and the diseases with which the Lord struck it: ‘Sulfur and salt have burned up its entire land! It cannot be sown, nor can it grow [anything], not [even] any grass will sprout upon it. It is like the overturning of Sodom, Gemorrah, Admah and Zeboiim, which the Lord overturned in His fury and in His rage.’”

Not only will the children of these terrible people know how awful they were, but the very nations they emulated will scorn them as well — meaning, the satanists themselves will gossip about the Jews who betrayed the Lord and their bond. Verses 23-27:

And all the nations will say, Why did the Lord do so to this land? What [is the reason] for this great rage of fury?’ Then they will say, ‘It is because they abandoned the covenant of the Lord, God of their fathers, [the covenant] which He made with them when He took them out of the land of Egypt, For they went and served other deities, prostrating themselves to deities which they had not known, and which He had not apportioned to them. And the Lord’s fury raged against that land, bringing upon it the entire curse written in this book. And the Lord uprooted them from upon their land, with fury, anger and great wrath, and He cast them to another land, as it is this day.’”

Verse 28 reminds us that nothing can be kept from God. And that we are bound to keep the commandments of the Torah, which are revealed, for all time.

The hidden things belong to the Lord, our God, but the revealed things apply to us and to our children forever: that we must fulfill all the words of this Torah.”

“Nothing can stop what is coming.”

This much is revealed in the current Torah portion.

The fate of the evil ones–the satanic families, cabals, New World Order plotters, Sabbateans, Frankists, Donmeh, Illuminati, Deep State black hat intelligence cultists–are sealed in stone.


By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal (Dossy). All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.



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