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Movie "Zeitgeist": Illuminati Critique or Psy Op? By Henry Makow Ph.D.

 
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Movie "Zeitgeist": Illuminati Critique or Psy Op?
September 15, 2007


By Henry Makow Ph.D.

Throughout history, paganism and true religion have struggled for the soul of mankind. This age-old battle is drawing to a close with a magnificent victory for paganism.

For the naïve populace, this collective deathmarch is masked as "secular humanism," and "modernism."

It is directed and financed by Illuminati central bankers, who are the leaders of cabalistic secret societies associated with Freemasonry and Communism.

Their aim is to redefine reality so that the human race will serve them instead of God. This is the essence of the "New World Order."

In this perspective, it is hard to decipher the movie "Zeitgeist" which has received wide exposure on the Internet reaching beyond the conspiracy conscious.

The film is divided into three parts.

Parts II and III are generally excellent exposures of the Illuminati-controlled banking system and the Illuminati-instigated 9-11 attacks. The film shows how the latter provided the excuse for fascism and how the Illuminati intend to enslave us.

The puzzle is Part I: a vicious, gratuitous attack on Christianity comparing it to the frauds of 9-11 and the Federal Reserve. The film argues that Christ was created in the mold of numerous pagan sun gods that predate him, and the historical Christ never actually existed.
Citing Achaya S, Rimpoche and John Lennon, "Zeitgeist" intones a New Age mantra: "Religion divorces man from nature. It is slavery. They use religious myths to control and manipulate society."

This is essentially the pagan message. Since they want God's job, the Illuminati's primary goal has always been to destroy Christianity. Another recent psy-op is Mother Teresa's confession (in letters) that she had grave doubts about her faith for most of her life. This story was front-page news in the Illuminati Zionist press where the Catholic Church is always fair game.

Is "Zeitgeist" also a psy-op? Why not hide an Illuminati message in an excellent anti-Illuminati documentary? After all, the 9-11 and Fed information is already out there. What better way to turn the young generation against religion?

I don’t think this is deliberate on the part of the filmmakers. The Illuminati generally fund people who already are unwitting agents of their agenda.

More interesting to me is why so many smart people have such a problem with Christ's teachings. Why does the Gospel of Brotherly Love arouse so much hate?

Yes the church has been subverted and has discredited Christ. But surely we can separate Christ's teachings from the people who fail to represent them.


RELIGION

Christ's teachings give the lie to Zeitgeist's claim that he is another pagan symbol. Unlike Christ, Horus et al did not express the Spirit of God.

Millions of people experience the Sprit of God directly. They can confirm that Christ indeed is a messenger of God. I am a (non observant) Jew and do not belong to any Christian church but even I can see this. So can Muslims and Hindus who also honor Christ.

Before I talk about Christ's teachings, I want to speak about religion in general.
Try not to zone out as you've been programmed to do.

True religion differs from paganism in that it is essentially moral in character. It is concerned with what is true and good, what is right and wrong. It worships (serves) God; not nature, not the sun. It is basically a spiritual discipline designed to attune us to God's presence and will. By necessity, it is otherworldly, i.e. it rejects the priorities of this world, mainly power, money and sex.

Instead it teaches us to aspire to spiritual ideals such as truth, justice, peace, love and beauty as the ultimate reality. Love of God makes us seek these ideals.We know God when they are self-evident to us.

(The popular image of God -- a Santa Claus who watches over us and answers our prayers -- is the straw man atheists create. How easy to reject such a juvenile concept.)

We were put on earth to do God's will, i.e. implement spiritual ideals. If we don’t, we bear the consequences and have only ourselves to blame.

We have no trouble recognizing when we are hungry. Our stomach tells us. But when we are despondent, we cannot seem to trace the problem back to our soul because we're not supposed to have a soul.

The soul is as real as the stomach and the proof is that our hunger for purpose, harmony and meaning is just as great, and much more durable than our hunger for pizza.

Spiritual hunger is what defines us as "human." Without the ability to distinguish right and wrong, we are little more than animals. That is what the Illuminati want, so they can enslave and destroy us.

When a culture no longer fosters a free discussion of what is true and good; when there is no longer a consensus and desire to achieve these ideals; it is marked for extinction.

CHRIST'S TEACHING

"Zeitgeist" says that Horus and numerous other Sun Gods were born on Dec. 25, died on a cross, had 12 disciples, rose after three days etc. etc.

Did they also teach us to love our neighbor, that God is Love, that all men are brothers, and to treat others as you would have them treat you? Did they teach:

"No man can serve two masters...Ye cannot serve God and Mammon." (Matt 5:24)

"Be ye therefore perfect as your Father who art in heaven is perfect." (Matt 5: 48)

"God is a Spirit and we must worship Him in spirit and in truth." (John 4:24)

"Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you.." (Matt 5:44)

Did they teach worldly denial and escape from the prison of the ego?

"For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for My sake shall find it. For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?" (Matt 16:27)

CONCLUSION

"Zeitgeist" seems to disguise an essentially pagan New Age message in a credible attack on the Illuminati. While decrying two Illuminati frauds, it is perpetuating a third one. Along with religion, it also assails nation and race in passing, 3 out of the 4 on the Illuminati hate-list. (No mention of family.)

Just because we reject the juvenile concept of God, we still have souls that intuit immanent Truth and Purpose. Hopefully viewers of "Zeitgeist" will recognize that faith in God answers a very real spiritual hunger.

"Seek and ye shall find."




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Dear Henry,

I have been visiting your site for about four years now and am grateful to you for having the courage to research and to report the truth. I was very pleased that you wrote an article about the movie Zeitgeist, as I had watched the movie a few weeks ago and was struck by what I saw as a clear psy-op. Thank you for giving voice to what many of us have believed, but have felt hopeless that there aren't others who see the reality we know to be true.

When I watched Zeitgeist, I too noticed the glaring incongruence between the first part and the later parts of the film. It is clear that the producers of the movie were using the truth of the later parts to undermine Christianity by crudely juxtaposing the segment about the faith next to the truthful segments about 911 and the Fed. This juxtaposition is a coarse propagandist's trick. The movie's slick production and the millions of views that the online film has rapidly accumulated reveal a professional propaganda campaign, rather than an independent truth-seeker trying to get an urgent and honest message out to the public. It is an underhanded yet conspicuous attempt to bait the people who suspect the truth about the currency/credit cartel and to inoculate them (brainwash them) by turning them against their true source of salvation, which is the living God. The only religion that the cartel will tolerate is their own satanic humanism.

I almost did not finish watching the movie because the content of the Part I, in spite of its impressive graphics, soundtrack, and air of scholarship, was beneath ridiculous. For example:

(1.) The movie describes the Sun moving "north" toward the constellation Crux and displays with the flashy computer graphics the Sun moving upward from the horizon, that is, away from the earth, as if "north" means "up" from the ground. This is kindergarten silliness!

(2.) Any high school astronomy student knows that the Sun never, and has never, gone anywhere near the constellation Crux. This is never observed, and has never been observed, ever, in the Holy Land or in any of the areas where the authors of the books of the Bible or Egyptian myths have ever lived. In fact, it has never been observed anywhere on the planet. The Sun has never ventured into proximity with Crux-even with precession of the equinoxes that movie rightly points out. But don't take my word for it; look it up. Better yet, keep an eye on the sky.

(3.) The movie childishly plays on a modern English-language homonym having nothing to do with the ancient religions. The movie describes how "Sun" was replaced by "Son", i.e. the Son's rebirth represents the Sun's rebirth in the springtime, explaining the origins of the homonym thus:

"God's Sun (Son), the Light of the World, the Savior of Humankind," at 11:48.

"The Sun (Son) died on a cross, was dead for three days, only to be resurrected or born again," at 18:40.

"Jesus is the Sun (Son), the Son (Sun) of God, the Light of the world, the Risen Savior, who will come again as it does every morningS" at 20:38.

This is "scholarship"?? We're talking about ancient myths and ancient historical events predating the modern English language by millennia. The modern English words did not exist at the times of those developments. The Hebrew words for Sun and Son are "shemesh" and "ben", respectively. Zeitgeist's demonstration of how modern English homonyms are interchangeable to create an elementary English-language pun proves nothing but how stupid the public can be for buying into such nonsense.

(4.) In addition:

The star Sirius is always aligned with the stars of Orion's belt, not just on December 24. Sirius and the stars of Orion's belt have never pointed to the spot where the Sun rises at dawn; you just need to step outside and take a look at the sky yourself this December to confirm that. The Bible never says that there were three magi; the Bible says that magi (no number given) brought gold, incense, and myrrh, which are three types of gifts. The Bible never says Jesus was born December 25. Tradition says that Bethlehem is the city of David, not Virgo, and David was by no means a virgin. "The concept of the great Flood is ubiquitous throughout the ancient world" (as Zeitgeist states) because the Flood indeed occurred in the ancient world. The life of Jacob's son Joseph parallels Jesus' because Joseph was a prophetic type fulfilled by Jesus. If Christianity were a "Roman story developed politically" and historized by the political establishment "for social control" as Zeitgeist says, then why were the Christians fed like chopped liver to the lions by Rome prior to 325 AD? Etc., etc., etc.

If a person or the devil himself wanted to counterfeit the true faith in order to deceive mankind, wouldn't he try to make it as similar to the original as possible-why wouldn't he? Of what use is a counterfeit that looks nothing like the original? The closer the counterfeit resembles the truth, the more convincing the counterfeit. This by itself can immediately explain many of the parallels which do exist in comparative religions, each claiming to be the real deal. Furthermore, I believe that there probably are astronomical reasons for similar myths occurring in comparative religions, but Zeitgeist doesn't mention them with respect to Christianity. Rather, Zeitgeist tries a bit too hard to denigrate religion, particularly Christianity, and ends up revealing its ulterior motive while looking foolish in the process.

It is difficult to reconcile the truthfulness of Parts 2 and 3 of Zeitgeist with the stupidity of Part 1. But the currency/credit cartel knows that the unthinking sheeple would go for it.

I concluded after the watching the movie that the juxtaposition of the truthful evidence of the cartel's plot with the baloney "debunking" Christianity in the Part I was to finger true Christians who, contrary to what Zeitgeist says, knows full well the evil of the mystery and have been warning the nations about it since biblical times. See Revelation 13:17 which prophecies the credit/currency monopoly.

Today's powers that be are like the emperor Nero who said when the tall buildings of Rome were burning to the ground: "the Christians did it". The Romans referred to the Christians as "atheists". It goes to show you who the emperor is, and that the emperor has a religion (Satanism) which hates all "unbelievers". The real emperor today is above the President, and the President is merely a puppet and a scapegoat at whom the cartel can point the finger once it becomes apparent to the public-at-large that clerics living in caves might have had some help closer to home when carrying out their plot.

Thank you Henry, and keep up the outstanding work!

Ron
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What an excellent post!

Identifying the difference between the religion and the message of the religion is essential.
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another article by a truly deranged man, the man behind Zeitgeist just did his first radio interview and hes not "illuminati" at all. hes just into the research that shows christ is a myth.

of course Makow, a extremly deranged total nutcase is also a nutcase christian, so of course hed come out with this.

how is it that so many deranged people like this exist? i mean its like makow isnt even a conscious human, like hes some sort of mentally ill bot with extremely bizarre neurochemistry imbalances
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Pretty good, and a good reply by Ron.
The sad thing is that Henry even had to write an article about it.
All in all the film has strengthened religion within this anti-nwo movement, imho.
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you can lead a horse to water...

*shakes head dissapointed*
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Makow is not a conscious human. it's a bot so to speak. a person where theres no consciousness inside their body, no ego. Simply because it would be impossible to be sentient and be that stupid...youd be aware that you were deranged before you even started typing if you were conscious. this is a non-human bot
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This is a repost from another thread. the theme of the movie agrees with the OP.

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This is a 9/11 doc for the advanced class. It starts off with the defeat of the official story as point of departure, then examines ... all » specific anomalies and advances a theory to explain their presence. Much of this material is not discussed in other films. The film supports a particular conclusion which you are invited to discuss at annarbor911truth dot com.

The first part talks about insider trading which is rather dry since there is no video footage to go with it, but stay with it--by the end you will amazed! «
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Interview with the maker of "Zeitgeist" ( audio)

Part 1
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Part 2
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Part 3
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Part 4
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Have to say that I have always looked upon "religion" as a pure control system since I ran away from it and my sunday skool "teacher" that wanted to "pack my poop" 50 years ago. Convinced even more deeply now that it exists mainly to provide a "happy hunting ground" for buggers.
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christianity was created by the emperor constantine for political reasons. apostolic succession is a myth and a lie. even though christianity contains some true and useful spiritual concepts its framework is based on myth.

it is ridiculous to state that paganism is different from christianity because christianity 'borrowed' a lot of the original roman pagan beliefs that were popular at the time.

of course we can go further back in time and see that judaic beliefs were originally egyptian and sumerian.

i personally believe a creator god exists but religion is merely a poor attempt by man to define the concept.
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christianity was created by the emperor constantine for political reasons. apostolic succession is a myth and a lie. even though christianity contains some true and useful spiritual concepts its framework is based on myth.

it is ridiculous to state that paganism is different from christianity because christianity 'borrowed' a lot of the original roman pagan beliefs that were popular at the time.

of course we can go further back in time and see that judaic beliefs were originally egyptian and sumerian.

i personally believe a creator god exists but religion is merely a poor attempt by man to define the concept.
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There is a false religious system in Rome that in the past has been responsible for many wars, revolutions, Inquisitions, crusades, as well as banning the Most Holy Bible, creating the Illuminati and most secret societies that have plagued the world today with atheistic communism. As well this beast system in Rome is responsible for the pagan ideation of atheism thru their United Nations/UNESCO, Rockefeller funded Findhorn Foundation and Lucis Trust Theosophy Society.
[link to www.lucistrust.org]
[link to www.findhorn.org]

"The Findhorn Foundation has been collaborating with different UN departments, conferences and agencies since 1992 and is registered as an associate member of UNED-UK (UN Environmental and Development-UK Committee) and as a member of UNESCO's Planet Society Network."
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Glastonbury: The First Christian Church
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The Fobidden Book
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Zeitgeist was a great film.

It was not an attempt to "slander" Christianity as Makow puts it, but merely to show that Christianity takes some of its roots from the movement of the Zodiac and the stars, like most religions.

Makow is a deranged moron.. the only psy-op is him.
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Post about poop and how crap Christianity is. Do the math.
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Zeitgeist was a great film.

It was not an attempt to "slander" Christianity as Makow puts it, but merely to show that Christianity takes some of its roots from the movement of the Zodiac and the stars, like most religions.

Makow is a deranged moron.. the only psy-op is him.
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Great films are not full of lies.

It was a failed attempt to slander christianity, Jesus Christ and the Most Holy Bible.

The ZG garbage c&p film makes valid points about sun worship including Dec.25, but then veares off into fantasy land claiming parallelism that was debunked in the 1800s.

The zodiac in no way parallels Jesus as claimed in ZG.
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What an excellent post!

Identifying the difference between the religion and the message of the religion is essential.
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Thinking critically here is admirable, both discerning that love is the answer and that Zeitgeist may merely be the Antithesis of the Thesis of Organized Religions, both being extremes and so being, warring and harmful to humans.

But to add to the knowledgeable conclusion, one must not equate Love with God, for it was God, that unknown nothing, that initiates murderous, natural violence in the universe. One must therefore conclude that any love or good-will is strictly a human emotion and can never be attributed to any God. One close look at the tragedies of Nature will tell you that, unless you are a mindless slave of the status quo.

So, upon seeing this, let us not see you ever again use the word love connected to the word God, in any future sentence. And love shown is strictly your attribute and will be considered as the correct, new Spirituality, not a new Religion. In speaking of love or acting it out, therefore, give no glory to a God, for a senseless, genetic God is not, and never has been, the Author of Love.

If you religious will follow this advice you will be accepted into Rational Humanity. If you again reject it, you will be throw out of the Rational Garden and you will be mocked, scorned ruthlessly and driven out of all civilized conversation.
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It's simple:

Zeitgeist takes on 3 major recurring frauds. If one of those frauds is your pet, then you will cry about it.
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It's simple:

Zeitgeist takes on 3 major recurring frauds. If one of those frauds is your pet, then you will cry about it.
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the fact that the maker of Zeitgeist said that jesus was known as the gnostic solar messiah is an outright lie that isnt backed by any evidence in the movie.


i'm not a gnostic or a christian, but it's still a lie.why would he lie about that?

i guess it's cause he's a liar.
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The Zodiac DOES parallel christianity.. if you can't see that, then you really are a blind moron.

What do you think the cross represents, as shown in Zeitgeist? Why is the symbol for Christianity on backs of cars the little fish (pieces)?

I hate it when people try to stick up for their religion, but don't even know the truth behind what they preach.
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Great first 2 posts.

Zeitgeist is a psy-op.


Just think about all the patriotic christians who were beginning to doubt the 911 OCT.

They look online for a film about it, and instead have their
belief in the OCT CONFIRMED, by the attack on their faith.

Zeitgeist was created/or is being promoted, to keep christians from asking questions about 911.

If you don't see that, you just another dumb sheep.
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Jesus IS the SUN of God.

There is no evidence to show Jesus was a real person. On the other hand, there is plenty of evidence to show Christianity, aswell as Islam and Judaism, are based on half truths, which stem from the mystery schools of Egypt.
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The Zodiac DOES parallel christianity.. if you can't see that, then you really are a blind moron.

What do you think the cross represents, as shown in Zeitgeist? Why is the symbol for Christianity on backs of cars the little fish (pieces)?

I hate it when people try to stick up for their religion, but don't even know the truth behind what they preach.
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i'm not religious, but all of the evidence should be presented for a fair and balanced view.the zodiac does parallel christianity. my question is why would there be two accounts of one man if that man was a fictitious character to begin with? saying that jesus was thought of as the gnostic solar messiah is not true.the maker of Zeitgeist has an agenda and he's probably jewish lol
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There was a man named Jesus, but beyond that he had nothing to with with the Christian religion. The Christian religion is manufactured just like every religion is manufactured. The Christian religion is especially problematic because it acted as a cancer that either devoured other religions, or corrupted the older religions and revised elements into the Christian mold. All religion is about conttolling the masses and keeping them stupid. The Christian religion was created so that the few could control the many. The actual story of Christ is based on older sun god stories. This is historical, for those brave enough to challenge invented religious history.
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The Zodiac DOES parallel christianity.. if you can't see that, then you really are a blind moron.

What do you think the cross represents, as shown in Zeitgeist? Why is the symbol for Christianity on backs of cars the little fish (pieces)?

I hate it when people try to stick up for their religion, but don't even know the truth behind what they preach.
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The cross has nothing to do with the zodiac.

9. The sun is hung on a cross, which represents its pasing through the equinoxes, the vernal equinox being Easter.

This one is just nonsense. As it passes through the equinoxes, it's moving in a straight line north-to-south or south-to-north. How does a straight line make a cross? What is the east-west line that the critics are imagining here?
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Tammuz was hailed as the son of the sun. He was idolized and even worshipped. The first letter of his name became, in time, the symbol of sun worship. Human sacrifices to the sun god were offered on this initial letter made of wood, known as the cross "T." His birthday, December 25, was honored more and more. When Tammuz died, the pagans instituted forty days of weeping for him before the full moon, following the vernal equinox.
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Hmm, I am quite new to this forum, simply reading through your thoughts and conclusions, but this is too much...

You all are arguing how there is no proof for the film, going on about some spy-op, etc... And it makes me a bit irritated of your hipocracy.

As some of you vigorously point out a few "mistakes" in the movie, I would like to ask you to present me with unquestionable proof of existance of "god" ( I would like now to distance myself from the question of a thesis that we as a human race are a product of another species which would make them Gods as we know it... or the fact that god itself is a spirit of the universe). I am sure that you can't as it would no longer make it faith but fact. But the bible itself ( yes I did read it although I am a sworn atheist ever since I was brought to life) states you have got to have faith. So in their all great wisdom and all knowing, the people who wrote it knew they have no evidence to back anything, and I state ANYTHING, up. So they rely on you to have faith. Nothing more, nothing less, don't question it don't argue with it, just have faith that we are telling the truth. Hmmm...

I would also like to say that I am not fighting against anyones believes, as I am truly all for the teachings that the bible ( or any other religious teachings for that matter) provides and that if everyone would live by them it would make a better world. But that does not by any means justify the existance of a religion as an institution, which makes it a problem, as they have the support of millions, billions of people without a question asked. And that is giving them UNLIMITED power.

And that is the heart of the problem with religion, and I believe that this is the point they are trying to make in the movie.

QUESTION EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Movie "Zeitgeist": Illuminati Critique or Psy Op? By Henry Makow Ph.D.
Makow !!
LOL.

He's the same spinmeister who brought you 'the Chinese secret society/gang of assassins vs. the Illuminati' B.S...

chuckle
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Re: Movie "Zeitgeist": Illuminati Critique or Psy Op? By Henry Makow Ph.D.
Interesting
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Re: Movie "Zeitgeist": Illuminati Critique or Psy Op? By Henry Makow Ph.D.
Great first 2 posts.

Zeitgeist is a psy-op.


Just think about all the patriotic christians who were beginning to doubt the 911 OCT.

They look online for a film about it, and instead have their
belief in the OCT CONFIRMED, by the attack on their faith.

Zeitgeist was created/or is being promoted, to keep christians from asking questions about 911.

If you don't see that, you just another dumb sheep.
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They need their eyes opened to EVERYTHING, not just 9/11.

Otherwise, they'll never be a critical thinker.

BTW, there's a big difference between 'religious' and 'spiritual'. There's a lot more to it than automatically believing the religion you're indoctrinated into. That's REAL sheep.

Cut out the fraudulent middle man with their 10% tithes and NAMBLA priests.
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Re: Movie "Zeitgeist": Illuminati Critique or Psy Op? By Henry Makow Ph.D.
Henry Makow is Jewish, just letting you all know. Jordan Maxwell once said Judaism is Astrological Theology. Knowing how Henry is against Zeitgeist revealings (that all the movie does) whats so different than Makow's telling, both do revealings. My hunch is Henry Makow is covering up his beliefs by finding faults with Zeitgeist (makes me wonder who is really the Illuminati patsy here).

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