Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Sister Cristina is back and singing about the Kabbalah & Midrash


The song ‘Hallelujah’ was written by Leonard Cohen.  The concepts in the song are portrayed to the unknowing and ignorant public as biblical when in fact, they are Talmudic and Kabbalistic (see, The Midrash and Kabbalah Behind Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”).  ‘Hallelujah’ is a demoralizing song, designed to undermine the listerner’s faith in God, and an anti-Christ one too.  Cohen was a descendant, on both the maternal and fraternal sides of his family, from many celebrated rabbis, including Zionists and foreign agents of B’nai B’rith.  Cohen was an unofficial high-priest of the kabbalistic rabbinical talmudic religion. (In the linked Cohen video, Cohen recites part of the Amidah invocation, see ‘Amidah’ in The symbolism of the gifts Francis received and gave while at the Great Synagogue of Rome for more information.)


Suor Cristina sings ‘Hallelujah’ for the Ronald McDonald House


The Novus Ordo to Noahide 
— alchemical transmutation
is almost complete!

4 comments:

  1. no necesitan a la tipita esa para implantar la religión noáquda...para esto ya estuvieron LOS PUTOS roncalli montini wochtila y cia.


    http://syllabus-errorum.blogspot.com.ar/2015/06/hacia-la-religion-noaquida-francisco.html

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  2. The words they are singing are not the words written by Leonard Cohen.

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    1. Yes, there are many versions. Cohen’s full version is 90 plus verses filling two notebooks. He sang only six verses for the record, the remainder he would sing here and there during his concerts. Suor Cristina sang his version previously on Italian television.

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  3. That j_w dirge. An entire litany of sorrows and troubles that the wicked impose upon others and to this the Cohen sings hallelujah. Can't stand it.

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