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Snippets of Interest | Page Chronicles | Log: 20 November 2023
Snippets of current and past goings-on have been compiled for your consideration. Do you recognize the adversary/enemy?
The adversary is not consistently in the opposing trench; frequently, the adversary is positioned above both trenches.
📘 Chapter 3 of Sun Tzu's Art of War is titled "Attack by Stratagem," which includes a couple of quotes.
💥It would be hard to find a better epitome of the root principle of war.
🔺"If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat." - Sun Tzu says
🔺"If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.
Knowing the enemy enables you to take the offensive, and knowing yourself enables you to stand on the defensive.
Attack is the secret of defense; defense is the planning of an attack." - Chang Yu says
I concur with Dr. E. Michael Jones that there has been a consistent Jewish revolutionary spirit for at least 2000 years. This spirit was evident in their rejection of Jesus as the embodiment of the Logos, Law, and love, and their involvement in his crucifixion. In addition to the Khazar conversion to Talmudic Judaism, there was Sabbatai Zevi (August 1, 1626 - September 17, 1676), a kabbalistic false messiah who gained a significant following in the 17th century. The Sultan tested Sabbatai Zevi's claim to be the Messiah by giving him the choice of facing a group of archers or recanting and converting to Islam. To the surprise of his followers, he chose to convert to Islam. The peculiar aspect of this Zoharist (Kabbalah practitioner) Sabbatai Zevi is his belief in redemption through sin, which is clearly anti-logos. Approximately 50 years later, Jacob Frank emerged and declared himself to be the reincarnation of Sabbatai Zevi, the Jewish Messiah of 1666. Jacob Frank (1726 - Died: December 10, 1791), a Polish religious leader and Zoharist (Kabbalah practitioner), also espoused the belief in redemption through sin.
Jacob Frank played a crucial role in advising/devising the plan to steer humanity into darkness. He was one of the 3 main influencers of the past 400 years, impacting everyone's lives in various ways. The other two members of this unholy trinity were Mayer Amschel Rothschild (February 23, 1744 - September 19, 1812) and Adam Weishaupt (February 6, 1748 - Died: November 18, 1830).
The Illuminati was established on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt. The French Revolution (May 5, 1789 – Nov 9, 1799) began almost 13 years to the day of the founding of the Illuminati. They love to use numerology, astrology, and sacred geometry in their planned events.
The trio orchestrated various systems of control: The Freemasons' Lodges were Judaized - I believe Jacob Frank (Jew) and Weishupt (Jesuit) conspired to that end while receiving financial backing from Mayor Amschel Rothschild.
They devised a scheme to manipulate Religions, Economies, Governments, Education, and most importantly the plotting of the downfall of nations.
It's easier to see the anti-logos spirit nowadays.
——Bruce Lee's "Be Like Water" Quote Explained.——
♦ From Article: - 👉https://screenrant.com/bruce-lee-be-like-water-quote-meaning-explained/
“Be like water” means that you should be formless. When Lee says to be "formless", he means that people shouldn't allow themselves to be trapped in a certain mindset. Instead, a person should be able to adapt to certain situations, grow, and change; that's how one can adopt the qualities of water. After training under Yip Man, Bruce Lee had a realization when he would practice punching the water. According to Lee, it occurred to him that water was the "very essence of Kung/gung fu". He discovered that no matter how hard he struck the water, he couldn't hurt it. Though it seemed weak, it could "penetrate the hardest substance in the world".
Its formlessness and adaptability led to Lee deciding that he wanted to become like the "nature of water". The beginnings of this idea of Lee's was actually depicted in Ip Man 3 when Ip Man splashed water on Lee (Danny Chan). Lee believed that a person could achieve this goal of becoming like water through the "art of detachment", which involves emptying one's mind and relaxing.
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