Many have certainly asked themselves how is it possible that Judaism, which itself cherishes high morals and righteousness and social justice, has given rise to a belief system like Zionism that keeps the world in its iron grip.
This is for many an insurmountable contradiction and when people don’t understand it, claims about Zionism are regarded as conspiracy theories that have no basis in reality. Jews, and especially Zionists, have interest to erase the history that led to the emergence of Zionism. However, the birth of Zionism is an integral part of the history of Judaism, and studying it all seems very logical.
Among the Jews of Europe many messianic movements rose up from the 16th to the 19th century, which promised better future to the oppressed Jews. These ideals included the idea of redemption of the Jews and their return to the land of Israel, with independent sovereignty. One of the initiators of such a Messianic movement was the Sephardic Jewish cabbalist, rabbi Shabbetai Tsvi, who lived in Smyrna in the Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey) in the 17th century.
At the age of 22 in 1648, Shabbetai Tsvi began declaring to his followers that he was the long-awaited Jewish Messiah. He claimed, among other things, he could fly, but explained to his followers that he could not do so in public, because people were “not worthy” to witness such an impressive event. He also regularly declared that he was having various revelations from God.
Although Shabbetai Tsvi had long spent a pious, humble life before declaring himself the Messiah, the more established rabbinic leadership did not regard him as a person of rabbinic authority and were suspicious of his activities. In the early 1650s, Shabbetai Tsvi and his followers were expelled by the rabbis from Smyrna.
Nonetheless, Shabbetai succeeded in convincing hundreds of thousands of Jews of his Messianship and he quickly gathered around himself a movement in the Middle East and much of Europe, including the Ashkenazis of Eastern Europe. However, the rabbis of Jerusalem viewed Shabbetai’s movement with great suspicion and threatened to exclude its followers from the Jewish community.
So, Shabbetai understood that Jerusalem was not a place where he could realize his visions. He returned to his hometown of Smyrna, where he arrived in the autumn of 1665. After some hesitation he publicly declared himself to be the expected Messiah at the Synagogue during the Jewish New Year in 1665. His follower, Nathan Ghazzati (Nathan of Gaza), became his prophet.
Shabbetai Tsvi became the leader of his community. He used his power to crush the opposition and replaced the rabbi of Smyrna with a person, who was favourable to him. Jewish law and everything that Orthodox Jews considered sacred was turned upside down. Since the Messiah was among the Jews, they did not need to fast or exercise any unpleasant religious duties.
In February 1666 Shabbetai Tsvi arrived in Constantinople (present-day Istanbul). Nathan of Ghaza had prophesied that upon arriving in Constantinople Shabbetai would press Sultan’s crown on his head. But Ahmed Köprülü, the grand vizier of Ottomans, ordered his immediate arrest upon his arrival. In September of that year, the Sultan Mehmed IV gave him an ultimatum: either convert to Islam or die.
Shabbetai Tsvi converted to Islam (September 16, 1666) and put on a turban, which showed to many of his followers that he was not the Messiah. However, many of his close followers converted to Islam and still considered him to be the Jewish Messiah. The Sultan appointed Shabbetai as his well-paid doorkeeper.
However, the conversion of Shabbetai to Islam was only for show. He continued to practice his own religion with his followers. He explained to the Jews that his mission was to convert Muslims to Judaism. To the Sultan he claimed to convert Jews to Islam. Gradually, however, Shabbetai’s treachery came to light and he was expelled from the court of the Sultan. When he was discovered singing psalms with the Jews, he was banished by the Ottoman authorities in 1673 to Dulcino, a small town in present-day Montenegro where he died in 1676 in isolation. However, Shabbetai Tsvi’s story does not end with his death.
From the end of the 17th century, there were numerous sects of the Sabbatean movement in eastern Poland (present-day Ukraine). They were Jews, who were publicly converted to Islam, but who practiced within their own circles their own kind of Judaism. They were called Crypto Jews, Dönmeh. The prefix dön- in the Turkish language of Ottoman period has a negative meaning: apostate, turncoat.
About one hundred years after Shabbetai Tsvi’s death, Jacob Frank, who had been brought up among the Sabbatean circles, declared himself a re-incarnation of Shabbetai Tsvi. In the 1750s he established close relationships with the leaders of the Sabbatean movement. Already as a schoolboy, he had rejected the Talmud and he began a new movement (Frankism) that regarded the Messiah as a manifestation of the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Those who grew up in the traditional Jewish faith saw this as heresy, which caused serious conflicts among the Jews.
Jacob Frank announced to his followers that he had received a revelation from heaven inviting him and his followers to convert to Christianity, the Roman Catholic Church. This was meant to be an intermediate step before the future adoption of the daas (daat, דעת knowledge, wisdom) religion, which Jacob Frank intended to reveal later.
Frank and his followers were baptised in 1759 in Lviv, Poland (present-day Ukraine), the Polish nobility acting as god-parents. The newly baptised adopted the names of their godfathers and godmothers and joined their ranks. By 1790, 26,000 Jews had been baptised in Poland.
Shabbetai Tsvi had turned the Jewish doctrine upside down, because apparently in the presence of the Messiah, it was not appropriate to practice unpleasant religious moral rules and obligations. Jacob Frank spiced everything up. The Frankists had converted to Christianity, so no Jewish religious rules held them back. “We cannot be saints, so let’s be sinners” was their motto. All taboos were to be transgressed. Depravity was worship to god. The ideal was to commit as much sin each day as possible. The purpose of sin was to deplete the energy resources of the universe and this will force God to send His Messiah to fix things.
In 1773 Jacob Frank traveled to Frankfurt, Germany. He established relationships with Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Illuminati, and Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who established the Rothschild Banking Dynasty in the 1760s.
Adam Weishaupt emphasized reason over emotion. Originally the goal of the Illuminati was to free people from their prejudices, make them mature and moral and help them get rid of religious and political limitations of church and state. The true aims of the secret society were to be revealed to members only when they reached the “priestly” level of awareness and understanding.
To achieve the goal of their organization, members had to make observations, gather information, and submit secret reports to their superiors. Through this, the organization sought to control public opinion, limit the power of those in power, limit the activities of the subversive and reactionary, and cast fear on their enemies. The organization was said to have adopted obedience from the Jesuit doctrines, trials and ceremonies from the Masons, and underground mysteries and fearlessness from Templars.
It is said that the “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” is a secret document based upon Sabbatean-Frankism. It is a detailed action program to govern the world. Who can say what the “future religion” is that Frank said he would reveal later when he converted to Christianity?
We live in Messianic times
We can say that Shabbetai Tsvi and Jacob Frank were sick in mind, but that does not change the fact that the goal of Sabbatean-Frankism – to achieve redemption through sin – is becoming reality. People all over the world are waking up to see the corruption and decay in their societies. It is the influence of the Holy Spirit. The Messiah and the kingdom of heaven are in our hearts.
The Jews and Christians waiting for the Second Coming of Jesus are waiting in vain for the Messiah to descend from heaven and repair the turmoil that exists in the world. This is because the basic rule of our energy field that works under the law of attraction is liberty and free will. Even guardian angels and the forces of the invisible world that assist us, cannot interfere with our lives unless we explicitly ask for it. This also means that each one of us attracts him- or herself all own experiences, both good and bad.
We must take responsibility for our actions. We do not regard ourselves as criminals when we do not plot against other people and want to support our loved ones in everything. Unwilling to leave our comfort zone, we may, however, turn angels to demons and demons to angels. We become underlings of criminals and their errand boys as long as we have opportunistic mind, and will not deal with the crimes and abuses we see in our environment. If we fear the consequences of our own courage, we are doomed to failure.
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