Temporal Context: Rabbi Ba’al Shivah


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TEMPORAL CONTEXT

Is a logical fallacy people make when looking at history or at the bible. In order to properly evaluate and judge what happened you have to understand what was happening at the time, the context in which a thing was said or done. The Abrahamic Law Code was created when Abraham was trying to separate the identity of his people from the invasive Tyrannical Babylonian Death Cults intent on submitting the entire world and spreading their influence all over the world with the practice of rape, genocide, back-door political alliances, bribing, lying and ransom. When you are fighting an evil enemy you have to use tactics that will succeed against that enemy, that doesn’t mean you are responsible for the state of the world or that tactics being used at that time. Atheists assume that the Judeo-Christian god condoned or even created rape or kidnapping, that is not the case, when you enemy attacks preemptively, and has a plan to steal your women, impregnate them, and out-breed you, you have to be able to maintain a cohesive group of people and continue populating the earth, otherwise you might as well surrender, and let them kill you.

As the Invasive Persio-Babylonian Death cults expanded their influence as what is now Israel continued fleeing to the west.image0091

The Persio-Babylonian Death Cults continued their campaign to submit the entire world to their evil, despotic, tyranny, by any means available. Every time the Babylonians conquered the Jews, they dragged them back to Babylon for “re-education”. When Babylon had spread it’s influence to Egypt, Moses had to march in the wilderness for 40 years to separate those Jews that sympathized with the Mizraim (The Nations, Egypt and Babylon).

After Solomon created the temple, notice the map above as evidence that The Jews existed there and had influence, Babylon once again conquered the Jews and took them back to Babylon for “re-education”.

When Babylon spread it’s influence to Ancient Greece asking for Earth and Water.


The demand for earth and water symbolized that those surrendering to Persians gave up all their rights over their land and every product of the land. Giving earth and water they recognized the Persian authority over everything; even their lives belonged to the king of Persians. Then negotiations would take place to specify the obligations and the benefits of the liegemen.

The phrase earth and water, even in modern Greek, symbolizes unconditional subordination to a conqueror.

According to the modern historian J. M. Balcer, the significance of earth and water is that they were Zoroastrian symbols and representative of vassalage to the Persian Empire. “Persian heralds traveled throughout Greece demanding the recognition of Persian Suzerainty and the Zoroastrian symbols of earth and water, the marks of vassalage…”.[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_and_water#Interpretation


The battle of Thermopoli was fought, nobody ever asks themselves why the Spartans use the same number of fighters as the shock troups of Joshua, 300 men, and the correspondence this has the the numeric value of the letter Shin.

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When the Roman Roads were created which allowed the rapid spread of Christianity after it had attracted Highway men, nobody asks why there were people there using Hamas like tactics on the Roman Centurians.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sicarii)

Nobody asks why Jesus openly despised the followers of the Abrahamic Law code from ancient Babylon. The Samaritans, Sadducees, and Pharisees, all followed the Babylonian interpretation of the Law which wasn’t even really jewish.


5These twelve Jesus sent out with the following instructions: “Do not go among the Gentiles or enter any town of the Samaritans. 6Go rather to the lost sheep of Israel. matthew 10


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Nobody notices that Josephus was a Pharisee, that he had been by the Flavius Caesar line as a Patronage. Nobody mentions that they had a reason to not mention Jesus because he was disruptive to what the Rich Elites in Rome were trying to do.

Nobody mentions that the early Christians were killed by Romans who laughed at them being a peaceful people that would not fight.

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Noboby notices Rome didn’t embrace Christianity until Constantine, who was a Flavius Caesar. Maybe the Flavians with their intimate knowledge of the Persians realized an alliance with them was unsustainable and no longer desirable…

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Nobody realizes that what Mohammed actually did was resurrect not the Abrahamic Law code, in it’s true form but the invasive Death Cult of Ancient Babylon/Persia. Because Christianity had been embraced by Rome this was a kind of rhetorical camouflage, a kind of equivocation, to mask his actual intent.

Nobody mentions that Rome after being ejected from it’s land by Muslims, then started the Crusades as a response to Islam and to reclaim it’s land. Also at this time The Holy Roman Empire becomes the Roman Catholic Church, because of having been evicted from it’s land.

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Nobody mentions that Islam hasn’t changed since the converted the Berber’s of northern Africa also known as the Barbarians to the Romans, and the Barbary coast pirates. Since the revolution of Ibn Tumrt the Berber’s killed off all of the Artists and Intelligencia, Islam has remained the same.

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Nobody mentions that muslim women, Jewish women and Nuns cover their hair so that they will not attract the lust of the Fallen Angels and get raped, but only one of those religions condones rape as a form of punishment and psychological warfare. The same religion that allows for Women to be kept as property under the Auspices of War Booty scriptures.

Nobody mentions that Islam has a history of brutalizing women which is well documented in religious history as well as secular history, the same history that Muslims find offensive to be taught in schools but is occurring right now in the world.

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