What is most surprising ~ at least to the uninformed general public ~ is that few today are even aware of the Soviet Holocaust. Because of the Jewish ownership of the Western media, all the emphasis is put on the crimes of the Nazis. The horrors of the Red Terror are neglected. Maybe more remarkable, in many media and academic circles, the monsters who committed the atrocities in Soviet Russia ~ led by Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, Kaganovich, Beria and others ~ are often adored, being cast in a favourable light.
Communist Leaders of Jewish Bloodline
The reason why the Western media, owned and run as it is by Jewish interests, fails to expose the Communist butchery is easy to discern. The instigators and leaders of Communism were virtually all of the Jewish race and bloodline! The Lenin Museum in Russia today admits that Vladimir Lenin was a crypto-Jew (a "crypto Jew is a Jew who keeps his race hidden from public knowledge).
Karl Marx was a German Jew whose grandfather was a rabbi, and the entire Communist Bolshevik revolution was financed by the Jewish Rothschilds and Jewish Warburgs in Germany, in partnership with the Jewish Warburgs and Jewish Schiffs in the United States.
Communism was Jewish from the ground up. Marx's view and his classic texts, The Capitalists and The Communist Manifesto, were ideological expressions of the Jewish Cabala, which is also the basis for Marx's theory of dialectical materialism and economic class evolution, specific throwbacks to Hegelian dialectics and Weishaupt's Illuminism.
From Lenin to Putin, we have a straight-line succession of Jewish Cabalism under the guise of Communism and now, "Democratic Capitalism" under Gorbachev, Yeltsin and Putin.3
Writing in his provocative, fact-filled expose, Bloodlines of the Illuminati, researcher Fritz Springmeier reveals how incestuously Jewish the rulers of Russia have been, including their spouses. First, he notes that Stalin married the daughter of his number 2 man, the Jew Kaganovich.
Communism the Invention of Jews
So dominant was the Jewish influence in the Communist regime and its bloody Red Terror that Sir Winston Churchill, in the London Illustrated Herald newspaper, stated that, "Communism was solely the invention of the Jews."5
Churchill went on to emphasize that this "worldwide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization, and the reconstruction of society...has been steadily growing." Now, he warns, this band of thugs and murders "have become the undisputed masters of the enormous Russian empire."6
Solzhenitsyn records that over 60 percent of the Commissars who headed Gulag camps in the U.S.S.R. were Jewish. Other historians estimate the number at 80 percent. Every leader of the dreaded Checka, KGB and secret police was Jewish, including the butcher Beria.
It is interesting to note that that Adam Weishaupt, infamous founder of the Illuminati, founded his group on May 1. It was exactly that day that the Communists under Lenin celebrated. Annually on May 1, the huge May Day parade is held in Moscow.
Is it a mere accident that the most holy day of paganism and witchcraft, Beltane, is also celebrated on May 1? On that day, in pagan Europe, children and adults celebrated around the phallus symbol known as the May Pole, even as witches howled at the moon.7
Of Wolves and Freemasons
In his expose of Communism, Under the Sign of the Scorpion, Swedish writer and researcher Jiiri Lina, writes how in his last months, a mad Vladimir Lenin, his body and brain racked with the sexually transmitted disease syphilis, demanded each night to be taken out on his balcony in his wheelchair. There, for hours, the angry Lenin would howl and bay at the moon like a wounded wolf.8
Lenin, Stalin, Marx and all the other top Communist leaders were all Freemasons. Gorbachev, too, and Yeltsin were Masons, members of the Grand Orient Lodge of France as well as the Soviet Consistory.
Albert Mackey, 33°, former Sovereign Grand Commander, in his authoritative Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, states that Alexander Kerensky (Lenin's immediate predecessor) and the other plotters of the 1917 revolution against the Czar were Masons:
"The first Revolution in March 1917 is said to have been operated from these (Masonic) Lodges and all the members of Kerensky's government belonged to them."9
I also have documentation to prove that Marx, Lenin, and most other Communist leaders were homosexual perverts. Most, like Beria, were pedophiles as well, and they all enjoyed brutalizing and degrading women. The wives of these homosexual deviants led miserable lives. One of Stalin's wives committed suicide.11
Signs and Symbols of Communism
Seeing as how the Communist founders and leaders have all been apostate Jews into Cabalism, Freemasonry, and blatant satanism (Marx was an official High Priest in a satanic church), we can be sure the signs and symbols of Communism are also of cabalistic/Masonic/satanic origins, as is the color red so fanatically adored by the Communist wackos.
The Clenched Fist
In all nations where Communist politicians and insurgents operate, these evil men and women invariably identify themselves by making the sign of the clenched fist. Some biblical authorities say that, "The clenched fist represents the (rebellious) attitude of the people of Babylon toward God."12
The closed, or clenched fist is, in the Illuminist Philosophy, the symbol of secrecy, dissimulation, and hermeticism. It veils and conceals secrets from the "profane" and the "vulgar" (the non-Illuminists). Interestingly, the meaning is the same in the canons of Buddhism.13
Dr. Peter Ruckman, in his fascinating study of things occulticly black and evil, mockingly titled Black is Beautiful, comments about the raised, clenched fist:
The clenched fist salute, or hand sign, is well-known in Freemasonry. The First Sign, or Due-guard, in the ritual of the Select Master Degree is the holding up, or raising, of both arms in an "L" (square) position with the fists of both hands clenched. The lecture for this degree in Richardson's Monitor of Freemasonry states:
In the initiation for the Secret Monitor Degree of the Lodge, the sign of the clenched fist is given in remarkably similar fashion to the Communist salute, with one hand and arm.
The sickle is a universal symbol of the Grim Reaper; that is, a symbol of death. However, the Communists would maintain that the hammer and sickle represent workers, or laborers, the proletariat, or common people whom the Communist leadership represents.
Perhaps the hammer has other relevant meanings, however, which are concealed by the satanic Illuminists who sponsored ~ and continue to sponsor Communism. The Herder Dictionary of Symbols says the hammer "symbolizes power and strength" and notes, "In some cultures magical protective powers against evil are ascribed to ritually forged hammers."
Every Masonic Lodge has a gavel, or hammer, wielded by the "Worshipful Master" or other potentate in charge. In her celebrated dark work, The Secret Doctrine, Theosophy founder Helena Blavatsky reveals that the God of forces (Lucifer) renders the "divine hammer" and it is the "mallet or gavel of the Grand Masters of Masonic Lodges."16
Sarah Terry, a member of the Masonic-aligned group, the Eastern Star, traces the gavel, or hammer, back to the hammer of the Nordic sun God, Thor, and says it is an emblem of power.17
The Red Star is perhaps Communism's best-known symbol. I have examined the occultic meaning of the five-pointed star in previous chapters, so I simply reiterate here that the star is a sign of false Gods and specifically of the God of Illuminism,
In the Perfect Master Degree, the Masons assembled in the Lodge all simulate the drama of lamenting the mythical death of their "brother," the false Christ-figure, the Grand Master Hiram Abiff. Observe the red star on the coffin here. ~(From Richardson's Monitor of Freemasonry, p. 134)
Incidentally, so popular is the Red Star in Russia that in late 2000, under pressure from military brass and segments of public opinion, Vladimir Putin, Russia's President, brought back the Soviet red banner as the military's flag and agreed to reinstate the Soviet-era red star as the Russian military's official emblem.
The Color Red
But why the color red?
The color red has a long and non-illustrious history of whoredom and violence. In pre-Vedic India the people worshipped a primitive form of Shiva as the "red God" and as "the howler."
In Scandinavia, the major God, Odin, had clothing, shield symbols and runes of red color. A hero Viking's death became celebrated on the calendar as a "red-letter day," and thus we have this phrase in common use today.
Robin was the God of witches in the forest and when human sacrifices were made, they were dedicated to Robin redbreast, or the slain Cock Robin.
Updated to more recent times, we find that in her occult book, A Treatise On The Seven Rays, Lucis Trust director Alice Bailey taught the occult importance of colors. "The three major rays," she said, "are red, blue, and yellow." The color red, Bailey explained, has to do with "Will, or Power."19
In The Symbolism of Color, Faber Birren points out the primacy of the color red. He notes:20
The red poppy was sacred to Ceres, the Goddess of the harvest.
The face of the wine-God Dionysus was sometimes painted red.
And isn't that what Communism has proven to be—A red beast? Even a Red Dragon?
Nelson Mandela and wife, Winnie, give the Marxist salute.
Vanishing Comrades: The Illuminati throughout the centuries have falsified history. Want proof? Check out these two sets of Soviet-era photographs. Compare the first photo in each set with the corresponding second photo. Notice someone missing?
The Communists adopted both the hammer and sickle and the red star for their official logos, or symbols. The ancient God Saturn, depicted here in a 15th century drawing, was said to carry the sickle as the symbol of death.
Senator John Kerry, failed presidential candidate, giving his favorite hand sign.
Introduction: The Occult Script—A Colossal and Monstrous Conspiracy
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and Freemasonry (Beaumont, TX: Mission
and Ministry to Men, 1992)
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- "Freemasonry Is Based On Judaism," The Jewish Tribune, circa 1927.
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- Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (Richmond, VA: L.H. Jenkins, 1871).
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- Reginald Haupt, Jr., Gods of the Lodge ( Savannah, GA: Victory Publishing Company, 1990).
- Albert G. Mackey, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Kindred Sciences (Chicago: The Masonic History Company, 1873 and 1912), p. 572-573.
- Cathy Burns, Hidden Secrets of the Eastern Star (Mt. Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1994).
- Ibid; p. 192-193.
- Bill Schnoebelen, in The Dark Side of Freemasonry, edited by J. Edward Decker (Lafayette, LA: Huntington House Publishers, 1994), p. 174.
- David Roach, "If You Only Knew What This Ring Means to Me," The Louisiana Freemason, April 2001.
- Bill Schnoebelen, in The Dark Side of Freemasonry, edited by J. Edward Decker (Lafayette, LA: Huntington House Publishers, 1994), p. 173.
- Barbara G. Walker, The Woman's Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects (San Francisco: Harper & Row Publishers), p. 12.
- Albert P. Mackey, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Kindred Sciences (Chicago: The Masonic History Company, 1873 and 1912), p. 12.
- Paranoia, Winter 1995/1996, p. 23.
- Cathy Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated (Mt. Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1998).
- Complete Book of Witchcraft, quoted in Ibid, p. 233.
- Stephen Knight, The Brotherhood (London: Granada/Grafton, 1984).
- Stanley Monteith, Radio Liberty newsletter, October, 1999. Also Winston Churchill's Jewish bloodline was examined in Criminal Politics magazine, Lawrence Patterson, publisher, February, 1995, p. 22.
- Miranda J. Green, The World of the Druids (London: Green, Thames and Hudson, 1997), p. 170; also see John Daniel, Scarlet and the Beast (Tyler, TX: JKI Publishing).
- For comparison, see Lady Queensborough (Edith Starr Miller), Occult Theocracy (1933).
- Aleister Crowley, Book of the Law (1904).
- Helena P. Blavastsky, The Voice of the Silence (Pasadena, CA: Theosophical University Press, 1889).
- Steve Worrall-Clare, Freemasonry -The Secret Language (Dorset, England: Freedom Ministries International).
- Eliphas Levi, quoted in Cathy Burns, Hidden Secrets of the Eastern Star (Mt. Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1994), p. 316.
- Cathy Burns, Ibid.
- Albert Pike, quoted in Ibid, p. 314.
- O.J. Graham, The Six Pointed Star (Ontario, Canada: The Free Press 777, 1984).
- Albert P. Mackey, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Kindred Sciences (Chicago: Masonic History Company, 1896 and 1912).
- Royal Arch Mason, Fall 1993.
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- Fritz Springmeier, Bloodlines of the Illuminati (Austin, TX: Ambassador House, 2002).
- Winston Churchill, London Illustrated Herald, February 8,1920.
- John Sharkey, Celtic Mysteries: The Ancient Religion (London: Thames and Hudson, 1924), p. 18.
- Juri Lina, Under The Sign of the Scorpion (Stockholm: Referent Publishing, 2002).
- Albert G. Mackey, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Kindred Sciences (Chicago: Masonic History Company, 1896 and 1912).
- Don Bell, "And the Barbarians Captured the Beloved Country," Don Bell Reports #55, November 12,1955; also see The Axis of Death, by D. C. Yermak (Greece).
- Richard Wurmbrand, Marx and Satan (Bartlesville, OK: Living Sacrifice Book Company, 1986), also see Robert Payne, Marx: A Biography; and Juri Lina, op.cit.
- Allen Bonck, America: The Daughter of Babylon (Chichester, England: New Wine Press, 1989).
- A Dictionary of Symbols, edited by Jean Chevalier and Alain Gheerbandt (New York: Penguin Books, 1996).
- Peter Ruckman, Black is Beautiful (Pensacola, FL: Bible Believers Press, 1995).
- Jabez Richardson, Richardson's Monitor of Freemasonry (1860), p. 84
- Helena P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine (Covina, CA: Theosophical University Press, 1947).
- Cathy Burns, Hidden Secrets of the Eastern Star (Mt. Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1994).
- Sergei Ivanov, quoted by Vladimir Isachenkov, "Putin Brings Back Soviet Red Star," Associated Press, November 26, 2000.
- Alice Bailey, A Treatise On the Seven Rays (New York: Lucis Publishing), p. 127.
- Faber Pirron, The Symbolism of Color (Seacaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1988).