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On the Song of Songs: Part 3, the Conclusion (Two Seedline is Biblical Truth)

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On the Song of Songs: Part 3, the Conclusion (Two Seedline is Biblical Truth)

Throughout the last few chapters of this Song of Songs, we have seen several allegories which describe sexual activity between lovers as the eating of fruit from trees, and also from a garden. In Song chapter 2, the Bride described her Husband as an apple tree and professed eating of his fruit, where it was explicit that the couple had been in the act of embracing one another in a bed, the Husband having fallen asleep. Then, in a subsequent encounter in Song chapter 4, the Husband described the Bride as his garden, he described the wonder of her fruits, and the Bride explicitly invited him to eat of them. Here, at the beginning of Song chapter 5, that encounter is not yet finished.

With that, we made assertions that the identification of these similes and metaphors as euphemisms for romantic sexual activity is irrefutable. Therefore, further comparing the similar metaphors which are found in the Epic of Gilgamesh, a work which is approximately contemporary to the time of Abraham and which was still known to Judaeans at the time of Christ, and which also explicitly employs such metaphors in reference to sexual activity, and then also comparing the account of the temptation in Genesis chapter 3, it clearly becomes manifest that Genesis chapter 3 is describing an illicit act of sex in the garden of Eden as having been the cause of the fall of man. So we may conclude that here in this romantic and even erotic love poem, the wisdom of Solomon gives us the understanding by which we may honestly interpret the otherwise enigmatic allegories of trees and fruit in Genesis chapter 3, as Solomon had also done in different ways in his other writings, in Wisdom and in Proverbs. There has long been debate in Christian Identity circles over the language and allegories of Genesis chapter 3, and in the Song of Songs, the debate is settled.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 58

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 58

We have recently discussed several of these 100 Proofs which were related to the facts that the children of Israel would be scattered, and then regathered into their own land, which is found in Europe, and there they would receive reconciliation to Yahweh through Christ. These proofs were manifested in our interpretations of the opening of the little book in Revelation chapter 10, the two witnesses of Revelation chapter 11, and the destiny and plight of the woman in the wilderness in Revelation chapter 12, where that same woman had later become a whore in Revelation chapter 17. This situation explains the circumstances of our world today. Now we shall move on to another related subject of prophesy, which explains why even though they were given and they would fulfill such promises, they would nevertheless remain blind as they fulfilled them. This blindness would persist in spite of the teachings of the apostles.

Before we begin, it must be explained that there are two blindnesses prophesied in Scripture. The first and more commonly discussed is the blindness of the inhabitants of Jerusalem found in Isaiah chapter 6. There we read, in part, where Yahweh is instructing Isaiah by way of a seraphim: “9 And he said, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but understand not; and see ye indeed, but perceive not. 10 Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and convert, and be healed. 11 Then said I, Lord, how long? And he answered, Until the cities be wasted without inhabitant, and the houses without man, and the land be utterly desolate, 12 And the LORD have removed men far away, and there be a great forsaking in the midst of the land.”

On the Song of Songs: Part 2, the Metaphor (Sex in the Garden)

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On the Song of Songs: Part 2, the Metaphor (Sex in the Garden)

In our opening commentary on the Song of Songs of Solomon, titled The Allegory, we made the assertion that the poem itself is an allegory which represents the love which Yahweh God has for the children of Israel as a nation, His Bride, and which the Bride is portrayed as having for her Husband, which is Yahweh her God. We shall see further evidence of that allegory as the poem commences. However in spite of that underlying meaning, the work is also a love poem between an actual husband and wife, Solomon and his bride, and its metaphors represent their love and desire for one another as well as their describing acts of love-making. So here we shall assert that the metaphors employed in the description of those acts shall also give us greater insight into the meanings of similar metaphors and allegories which are found in other portions of the Biblical literature.

Up to this point, the dialogue between the Husband and the Bride grows in intensity as it progresses from its beginning in verse 7 of chapter 1. After the Husband begins to extol the beauty of the Bride, she in turn describes him as sitting at his table, as the King James Version has it, as her own bodily scent fills the air and she confesses that his odor is appealing to her. Then she exclaims that “he shall lie all night betwixt my breasts”, whereupon we should realize that the table is a metaphor, and not a literal table, and she compares her lover to something which can burn intensely, which is camphire or asphalt, in the vineyards, a place where one may not expect to find camphire. So then she once again declares her lover’s appeal and begins to speak of their bed and its surroundings before she describes herself with flowery metaphors.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 57

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 57

Throughout our last few presentations in these 100 Proofs we have been discussing rather related subjects from the Revelation, as they are also all related to the same passages in prophecy. These are the opening of the little book in Revelation chapter 10, and the two witnesses of Revelation chapter 11. Now we shall address aspects of Revelation chapter 12, and the destiny and plight of the woman in the wilderness. As we have already asserted, the fulfillment of these prophecies having been realized, while no other group but White Europeans have fulfilled them, and have done so with remarkable precision, it is without doubt that the Israelites were White, and that modern Europeans, at least for the most part, are indeed their genetic descendants.

Before we begin our interpretation of the woman taken to the wilderness in Revelation chapter 12, we should once again repeat some of the prophecies which explain that the children of Israel in their captivity would indeed be sent into the wilderness. These are found primarily in Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. As we have also said several times earlier in these presentations, the last 26 chapters of Isaiah were written addressing Israel in captivity, after the Assyrians had taken most of both Israel and Judah and forcibly resettled them in diverse places in the north. So, as an example of our assertions, we read in part in Isaiah chapter 43, where the children of Israel in captivity are being addressed: “15 I am the LORD, your Holy One, the creator of Israel, your King. 16 Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters; 17 Which bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the army and the power; they shall lie down together, they shall not rise: they are extinct, they are quenched as tow. 18 Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. 19 Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert. 20 The beast of the field shall honour me, the dragons and the owls: because I give waters in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert, to give drink to my people, my chosen.”

On the Song of Songs: Part 1, the Allegory (Yahweh and Israel)

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On the Song of Songs: Part 1, the Allegory (Yahweh and Israel)

Here we are going to endeavor a commentary on the Song of Songs, which is also sometimes, and erroneously, referred to as the Book of Canticles. The work is attributed to King Solomon, and we have good reason to accept the attribution. Hopefully our effort shall correct at least some misgivings concerning the Song, as we shall call it here. Before we begin, we shall examine what early Christian writers thought of the Song, as we were also encouraged to do when we examined more modern references, namely the article discussing the Song found at Wikipedia.

Not every old adage is true. There is a popular saying, or at least it was popular in generations past, that warns us to “never look a gift horse in the mouth.” The common interpretation of the adage is correct, as it is saying that one should not criticize a gift. But even Solomon warned, in Proverbs chapter 19, that “6 Many will intreat the favour of the prince: and every man is a friend to him that giveth gifts.” In other words, the favor of a prince can be bought with gifts, which is bribery. So Solomon wrote later, in Proverbs chapter 29, that “4 The king by judgment establisheth the land: but he that receiveth gifts overthroweth it.” So a king who accepts such bribes may ultimately bring his own kingdom to ruin.

Globalism is Judaism, a review of a pair of sermons by Bertrand Comparet

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Globalism is Judaism, a review of a pair of sermons by Bertrand Comparet

Actually, Globalism as it is practised these last few decades is Satanism, it is Communism, and it is also Judaism, but in reality those last three terms are merely synonyms. However in these two sermons which we are about to present and critique, Bertrand Comparet himself did not use the terms globalism or Judaism, and in fact, he only mentioned Jews once in one of them, where he associated them with communism. Nevertheless, he certainly was describing and addressing them all. So here we are going to discuss two of Comparet’s sermons, both of them relatively short, which are titled Like All the Nations and The Covenant with Death. When we are done, we hope to have elucidated the fact that international treaties with aliens and non-Christians certainly are a covenant with death, and from the observable state of world politics today, the assertion is proven beyond dispute.

Because it has been so long since I read Jeanne Snyder’s publication of Comparet’s sermons, which is not necessarily complete, in preparation for this program I visited the Comparet project at Christogenea to search out what Bertrand Comparet had said about Adolf Hitler. That is because, of all the notable political figures of the 20th century, it was Adolf Hitler more beyond other who had stood against Globalism. He saw Globalism as a vehicle of both Jewish Capitalism and Jewish Marxism, and correctly understood that all of these are just different arms of the same beast. Hitler had understood that the Jew, an international creature, has forever sought to subvert every nation, and was effective at that subversion through the command which he has of international finance. For that same reason, he also understood that the Jew is the destroyer of the integrity of all creation, and especially of our White Christian race.

While Comparet was certainly no National Socialist, at least in the mainstream sense that the enemies of God like to label as Nazi, surprisingly he did not express antipathy for Hitler, but rather seemed neutral and objective, and neither did he accept the charges of genocide known by the Jewish trademark Holocaust. In fact, speaking of the second world war in his sermon Babylon’s Money, Comparet said “The worst things that Hitler was ever accused of doing, and they were lies, weren't half as bad as what we did as a matter of government policy.” Then, even better, he went on to explain that “You know what the Jews want to do to Christian civilization, I don't have to give an hour's sermon on that subject, and you should know these facts by now.” We wish he had given an hour’s sermon on the subject, as I am certain Comparet was before his time on that issue as well. There are glimpses in some of his other sermons. Then he continued and said: “We have allowed these Jews to get this power over us. Yahweh warned us never to let a Jew live in our land. I will say this for Hitler, if he did what he is accused of doing; he wasn't doing anything wrong at all. He was obeying the laws of Yahweh when he started cleaning these blood-sucking parasites out of Germany.”

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 56

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 56

In our last presentation we had illustrated the fulfillment of the prophecy of the angel with the little book which is found in Revelation chapter 10. The book was open, and in the sequence of the great events of history of which the Revelation had prophesied from the fall of Rome, the open book certainly seems to represent the printing of Bibles which was facilitated by the Protestant Reformation. At no other time in history was it recorded that the Word of God was purposely withheld from the common man, but that was what the Medieval Roman Church had attempted, so that the Scriptures could only be interpreted by the priests themselves, and the common man would have forever been at the mercy of those priests.

While we cannot present a full commentary on the Revelation here, the sequence of historical events from the fall of Rome through the Reformation is very well described in Revelation chapters 8 through 11, as we shall continue to discuss here. However to see the truth of that assertion, one must start at the beginning while also having a fair understanding of history. As we have already asserted here, no other people have fulfilled these prophecies but White Europeans, among whom they were fulfilled with remarkable precision. Once that is recognized, the fact that White Europeans are the Old Testament Israelites, while Jews, Arabs and Turks are all devils, is clearly and fully elucidated.

Now we shall continue to speak of the Reformation from a different perspective, that of the Two Witnesses of Revelation chapter 11. However first we must reflect on some of the things which we had presented in our last presentation, discussing Revelation chapter 10. There we had presented several prophecies where Yahweh God had promised to plead with His people in the wilderness into which they had been sent following the Assyrian and Babylonian captivities. We insist that those promises are relevant to understanding the nature of the little book, and also to the identity of the two witnesses of Revelation chapter 11, and the location of the woman who fled to the wilderness, depicted in Revelation chapter 12.

Greg Kay and The Third Revolution

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With apologies to Greg Kay and to our listeners, this is now the correct recording....

Greg Kay and The Third Revolution

This evening we are going to have a conversation with a good friend, Gregory Kay, which we actually first discussed having at least three years ago, before we shared the common experience of Hurricane Michael. Coming from West Virginia, Greg moved to Panama City Beach, where we had gotten to know him personally only a short time before that hurricane had disrupted both of our lives. However we probably knew him from Social Media and from our common membership in the League of the South for at least a couple of years before we actually met in person.

Greg is a long-time Southern Nationalist, he has been involved with the League of the South as well as with other Nationalist causes, such as the Southern National Congress, and he has also written a series of novels which portray our common struggle through fictional but realistic characters who prevailed through incredible but plausible circumstances. The books are not really new, as the series was published between 2004 and 2011, but they are as fresh as new to anyone who has not yet read any of them. That much I know, because I just read most of the first book in the series over the last 24 hours. [The only archaic technology that stood out was the mention of cameras which still used tape.]

The character development in the first book is quite good, and the reader can actually become fond of them, or fond of despising them, quite easily. Not all of the goats in the story have Jewish names, but a sufficient number of them do. The main protagonists are unwitting “normies”, as we would call them, who are forced into flight, and then into the fight, by the wicked deeds of their own superiors, and who are both rescued and recruited by men who waited decades for the opportunity with which the story presents them.

See Greg's author's page at Amazon.com

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 55

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 55

In our last few presentations, which have constituted several of our 100 Proofs, we had compared prophecies in Daniel and in the Revelation and demonstrated their fulfillment in European history. These prophecies being poetic allegories of things to come prove the truth of God once their fulfillment is realized, and the history of no other people have fulfilled these prophecies but White Europeans, among whom they were fulfilled with remarkable precision. Once that is recognized, the fact that White Europeans are the Old Testament Israelites, while Jews, Arabs and Turks are all devils, is clearly and fully elucidated. Now we shall progress a little further on in the Revelation, to an event which was prophesied to occur shortly after the Islamic invasions of Europe. While the Revelation is not so complete that it foretells all of history, it is sufficiently complete for us to understand that Yahshua, or Jesus Christ does indeed have the prescience of God.

So with this we shall embark on a discussion of Revelation chapter 10, and ask a question for which the answer also reveals the true identity of the people of God. Before we begin, we must see that Yahweh God had promised to plead with His people in the wilderness to which they were sent following the Assyrian and Babylonian captivities. This is relevant to our next three proofs, determining where the little book of Revelation chapter 10 was opened, the identity of the two witnesses of Revelation chapter 11, and the location of the woman who fled to the wilderness, depicted in Revelation chapter 12.

On the Epistles of John, Part 13: A Flock Divided

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On the Epistles of John, Part 13: A Flock Divided

Here we shall present a commentary on the last of these three epistles of John. In my opinion, this presentation also marks a milestone for us, as it is the very last book in a series of commentaries on the New Testament which I had begun in December of 2010. Surely it is not my last New Testament Commentary, but once it is published there will be a Christian Identity commentary on the entire New Testament at Christogenea. This morning I estimated that to amount to 306 of these presentations, but I do not claim that as an exact figure. In the meantime, among many other things we have also done that same thing for the Minor Prophets and for other books of Scripture, such as Ecclesiastes and the Wisdom of Solomon. While I certainly know that at least some of my work these last 11 years can be improved, and some of the earlier presentations may have been more comprehensive, I am generally satisfied with the outcome, and I believe that over the years I have had to capitulate on very little, if anything, as challenges to my Christian profession have arisen. So in the very near future, I do hope to improve the commentary on the Revelation with which I had first begun. But I also hope one day in the near future to produce commentaries on the major prophets and also on the Book of Genesis, if Yahweh God is willing, but I would not want to stop there.

Now, turning our attention to this third epistle of John, in our translation here we have either followed or considered the readings of the 4th century Codices Sinaiticus (א) and Vaticanus (B), the 5th century Codices Alexandrinus (A), Ephraemi Syri (C) and Vaticanus Graecus 2061 (048), and a 6th century codex known only as Uncial 0251, in which only a portion of verses 12 through 15 of this epistle are attested, as well as a part of the epistle of Jude. These manuscripts and their differences with one another and with the Majority Text, as they are presented in the critical apparatus of the 27th edition of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, were all considered in our translation or in the accompanying notes. Once again, there are no ancient papyri which have yet been discovered which predate the 7th century and attest to the text of either the second or third epistles of John. Here we shall add that portions of 1 John chapter 4 were preserved in a papyrus, P9, which is dated to the 3rd century. As we also stated in relation to the second epistle of John, these last two epistles are personal letters written to specific individuals, while 1 John is a general epistle, probably written to the churches at Ephesus.

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