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Yoshki the Kohen and evil internet

Hanukah

I am getting to that point where my tabs are exploding again.

Usually this happens when I have a number of different research subjects going on all at once, and my mind is struggling to pin it all down. From past experience, I now know that if I don’t kind of close most of the tabs down, one way or another, I just end up with a bout of nervous exhaustion, where I have to stop typing for a couple of weeks.

So.

To try and head that off at the pass, this post is going to zip through some of the stuff I’ve discovered, or want to share, but in a very truncated manner.

Usually, I like to go into more detail, and put more of the pieces together, but sometimes the volume of stuff I’m wading through is too much to do that, but I’m still getting the ‘inner urge’ to get the info up and shared around.

So, that’s what is going on with this post, and then I’m having a few days off to work on my novel.

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Let’s start with evil internet.

The graphene oxide nanotech contained in the Covid shots – and probably also now hidden in a bunch of other ‘vaccines’ too – seems to grow into what appears to be nano-computer networks in the human body, when near internet routers.

And when the internet is turned off, those GO ‘nano-networks’ start dissolving into nothing again.

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This has huge implications, and it strikes me as a fundamental way that God is going to wean us off the evil internet, and especially smart phones, one way or another.

Chuck out your smart phone now!!!

(Or at the very least, turn everything totally off, as much as you can….)

It also strikes me that keeping shabbat – where all these devices are turned off – could well be saving people’s lives and health, as it’s a total day off where all the GO nanotech just ‘shrinks back’ to nothing.

Watch this, and  make your own mind up:

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Next: I’m coming to the firm conclusion that Yoshki was a Kohen.

Or really, I should say that both Yoshkis were Kohen, and specifically, Kohens from the line of Tzadok the High Priest, who was the original heretic who gave us the Sadduccees (‘Tzadukim’, in Hebrew).

Go back and read THIS, and then part 2 HERE,which started to set out a lot of information about the links between the Sadducees, the Jewish-Christians, and the Sabbatean-Frankists.

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The next bit of the puzzle came from a book I just read by self-confessed ‘Zadokite’ descendent and Karaite, Allen Goldenthal, called the Caiaphas Letters.

Very long story short, Goldenthal sets out a family tree and a history for Caiaphas the High Priest, famous to xtianity for being the one who got Yoshki (Number 2….) arrested.

But by the end of the book, he’s sharing the really interesting information, including a ‘Zadokite’ (Sadduccee…) family tree that begins with the Zadokite, Hellenistic High Priest Alcimus.

You can read about Alcimus HERE.

Some relevant snippets:

 Alcimus is described as a leader of the Hellenizing faction of Hellenistic Judaism that favored more enthusiastic adoption of Greek practices and less adherence to Jewish law….

Josephus writes that Alcimus was “also called Jakeimos.” Jews in the Hellenistic era usually adopted dual names, a Greek and a Hebrew one: Alcimus was likely the Greek form of the Hebrew name “Eliakim” and Jakeimos the Greek form of Hebrew “Yakim”

The midrashes Genesis Rabbah and Tehillim briefly discuss a figure named “Jakum of Zeroroth” (or “Jakim”). In the story, a man named Joseph Meshita robs a golden artifact from the temple, then is sawed in half.

Rabbi Jose ben Joezer is Jakum’s uncle; Jakum mocks Joezer during his hanging, but then experiences remorse and commits suicide. Due to Jakum’s similarity to Jakeimos, some scholars believe it is describing Alcimus, albeit after hundreds of years of the story drifting.

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There is a document called the ‘Damascus Document’ that has been deliberately mistranslated by scholars to hide the links with the Jewish-Christians-Sadducee-Karaite-Sabatean-Frankists we are still dealing with.

You can read an English translation HERE (and if someone can help me track down the Hebrew original, please leave a link in the comments. Ta!)

The corrupt establishment tells us this a document written by Essenes, describing an internal struggle the Essenes had.

Really, this is a document that was written by the Zadokite faction of priests who gave us both Yoshkis, about the struggle they were having with Saul of Tarsus and Pauline xtianity.

It’s probably written by the brother of Yoshki 2, James the first Jewish-Christian Bishop of Jerusalem.

It was found in the Cairo Geniza – OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY!!!! – back in 1897, and dates back to the 13th century.

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That Damascus Document talks about a ‘Righteous Teacher’, who begins his breakaway sect, and then later, there comes a different ‘Unique Teacher’.

Both of these ‘teachers’ are deeply interested in coming up with a version of Judaism that will break down the barriers between Jew and gentile, and unite them in a single faith that is loosely based on the Torah law, and still abides by things like circumcision, but emphasises things like vegetarianism over kashrut, etc.

Does this sound familiar?

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Goldenthal says that this first ‘Righteous Teacher’ is the moderate Hellenizer and Sadducee / Zadokite High Priest, Alcimus / Joachim.

Who is persecuted by the Hasmoneans of the Chanukah story, who are fighting against the Greeks, and runs away to start his own community (the Essenes), before eventually being hunted down and killed / or alternatively, killing himself in a fit of teshuva.

Yose ben Yoezer was Alcimus’s uncle, and one of the 60 ‘Hasid-eans’ who was crucified to death by the Greeks.

Yose ben Yoezer’s student was R’ Yehoshua of Perachya – the teacher of Yoshki Number 1.

I have a feeling that ‘Yoshki 1’ was not Alcimus himself, but could have been Yose ben Yoezer’s own son, who he disinherited, and who is linked in the Gemara to King Alexander Yannai.

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Here’s the Gemara in Bava Batra 133b, discussing whether it’s proper to disinherit wicked children:

It happened that Yosef ben Yoezer had a son who was not conducting himself properly. [Yosef ben Yoezer] owned a purse of gold dinars. He arose and consecrated it, thus disinheriting his son.

[The son] went and married the daughter of King [Alexander] Yannai’s crown maker…..

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I am still trying to unpick all this – feel free to join in – but there is definitely a lot of strange connections with Alexander Yannai and Yoshki I.

Alcimus was High Priest for three years, from 162–159 BCE.

Alexander Yannai ruled almost 60 years later,  103 to 76 BCE.

I am trying to pin down the dates for Yose ben Yoezer – can anyone help me do that?

Yose ben Yoezer was also a Kohen.

And Alexander Yannai – the king at the time of Yehoshua ben Perachya and the Talmudic story of Yoshki 1 – was the Sadducee High Priest who was also fighting a lot of wars, and murdering a lot of rabbis, including via crucification.

Snippet from Wikipedia:

During the Jewish holiday Sukkot, Alexander Jannaeus, while officiating as the High Priest at the Temple in Jerusalem, demonstrated his displeasure against the Pharisees by refusing to perform the water libation ceremony properly: instead of pouring it on the altar, he poured it on his feet.

The crowd responded with shock at his mockery and showed their displeasure by pelting him with etrogim. 

They made the situation worse by insulting him. They called him a descendant of a captive woman and unsuitable to hold office and to sacrifice.

Outraged, he killed six thousand people. Alexander also had wooden barriers built around the altar and the temple preventing people from going near him. Only the priests were permitted to enter. This incident during the Feast of Tabernacles was a major factor leading up to the Judean Civil War.

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Clearly, the dates are off with all this stuff.

Alcimus is described as ‘tearing down walls’ in the Temple, with one view that he was trying to tear down the barriers that prevented Jew and non-Jew from mixing, literally, while another view says that he was tearing down this ‘wooden barrier’ that had been built by Alexander Yannai.

But, Alcimus is meant to have lived at least 60 years before all that happened…. 

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For the record, Goldenthal says that Alcimus has two sons, Matthias and Tzadok.

Matthias’ descendants include Josephus, and Joseph Caiaphas, the High Priest at the time of the story of Yoshki 2.

While Tzadok’s descendants Include ‘Joseph the father of Yeshua’, leading on to Yeshua (Yoshki 2 – the ‘Unique Teacher’ of the Zadokite ‘Damascus Document’ found in the  Cairo Genizah), and all of Yeshua’s brothers, including James the first Bishop of the Jewish-Christians of Jerusalem.

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So to sum up:

Yoshki 1 (‘the Righteous Teacher’) and Yoshki 2 (‘the Unique Teacher’) descended from a family of Tzadukim Priests, related to R’ Yose ben Yoezer, of Pirkei Avot and Gemara fame, the Nassi of the Sanhedrin, who disinherited his own son, who was in turn connected to King Alexander Yannai.

Alexander Yannai also crucified a bunch of rabbis in very cruel ways, and the Nassi at that time was R’ Yehoshua ben Perachya, who the Gemara identifies as being the teacher of Yoshki 1, executed by the Sanhedrin for using Egyptian black magic to do ‘miracles’.

And Yehoshua ben Perachya was the student who took over from Yose ben Yoezer, who was crucified to death by the authorities….

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Now, go back and read this:

Whitewashing Yoshki

Snippet:

[The original] Yeshu lived in the time of Shimon ben Shetach, who had Yoshke killed for being a false moshiach and utilizing the Shem haMeforesh.

Basically, the tract Toldot Yeshu is correct. That is the real, historical Jesus and that is all about what he did.

Then his followers, called ‘minim’ in the Gemora started to viciously lash back at the Perushim, the Sages, and later began the Hebrew/Christian cult we know of from history.

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Shimon ben Shetach took over from R’ Yehoshua ben Perachya, and was the brother of Queen Shlomtzion / Salome, Alexander Jannai’s wife.

Here’s some more pertinent snippets from the ‘Whitewashing Yoshki’ post:

According to the Talmud, Yannai was a questionable desecrated priest (rumour had it that his mother was captured in Modiin and violated) and, in the opinion of the Pharisees, was not allowed to serve in the temple.

This infuriated the king and he sided with the Sadducees who defended him. This incident led the king to turn against the Pharisees and he persecuted them until his death.

And Alexander Janneus also ‘crucified’ a whole bunch of rabbis in Jerusalem:

Jannaeus… brought the surviving rebels back to Jerusalem where he had eight hundred Jews, primarily Pharisees, crucified.

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Well, so much for my short post.

There’s a lot to unpick here, but what’s clear is that the dating for all this has been deliberately skewed.

This comes from the Mayim Achronim post entitled ‘Yose ben Yoezer’:

In that same first chapter of Pirkei Avot, we read that Antigonus was the student of Shimon haTzadik, the last survivor of the Knesset HaGedolah. Antigonus passed down the tradition to Yose ben Yoezer and Yose ben Yochanan, who passed it down to Yehoshua ben Perachiah and Nitai haArbeli, who passed it down to Shimon ben Shetach and Yehuda ben Tabai.

This means that Shimon ben Shetach, brother of Queen Salome Alexandra, lived only three generations after Shimon haTzadik, the last of the Great Assembly.

This presents a problem since, according to traditional Jewish dating, the Great Assembly was about 300 years before the rule of Salome. (It is even more problematic according to secular dating, which calculates nearly 500 years!)

It is highly unlikely that three generations of consecutive sages could span over 300 years.

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If you continue reading that post, he makes a good case that ‘Shimon HaTzaddik’ is actually one and the same as the Maccabee ‘Shimon Thassi’, one of the sons of Matthias who led the revolt against the Greeks, and the first ruler of the Hasmonean State of Israel.

Snippet:

Shimon the Maccabee was one of the instigators of the revolt against the Greeks and their Hellenism.

He was the son of Matityahu, a religious, traditional priest, who fled Jerusalem when it was taken over by Hellenizers (as we quoted above, I Maccabees 2:1). Shimon was certainly aligned with the traditional Pharisees, and it was only his grandson Alexander Yannai who turned entirely to the more Hellenized Sadducees and began persecuting the Pharisees.

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Here’s another very interesting snippet from that post:

Shimon continued to pass down the tradition, not to his son Yochanan—who was swayed by the Greeks and became John Hyrcanus—but to his student Antigonus. (Depending on how one reads Avot, it is possible that Yose ben Yoezer and Yose ben Yochanan were also direct students of Shimon haTzadik.)

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Point is… .these are all Kohanim.

And another point is, that as the Sadducees didn’t believe in the Oral Law, and didn’t believe in an after life, their main focus of Jewish religious life was essentially the Temple and the land of Israel.

And again, most of these ‘Sadducees’ were Kohanim….

That point cannot be stressed enough, as we continue tracing all these dodgy ‘kohanim’ down the generations, who have given us so many false messiahs – including Shabtai HaCohen Shach – and who have continued trying to ‘break down the walls’ between Jew and gentile, and attack Rabbinic Judaism that does believe in the Oral Law.

THAT’s why there is such a focus on regaining the Land of Israel… above all other commandments and Torah laws.

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OK, last thing for today.

It has to do with that number ‘666’, associated with the ‘Mark of the Beast’ that is found in the Book of Revelations, and that the xtians like to keep throwing at the Jews.

The book of Revelation was written by one ‘John of Ephesus’, that Goldenthal claims was a pen name for Lazarus, the guy that Yoshki 2 ‘brought back from the dead’ – and possibly also had homosexual relations with.

Lazarus became Yoshki 2’s ‘most beloved disciple’, but he was definitely a Jewish-Christian who was AGAINST the path being taken by Saul / Paul of Tarsus, to separate nascent xtianity totally from Judaism.

According to Goldenthal, 666 in Revelations was actually spelt out in Hebrew letters (as this was before the time of Arabic numerals).

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Here’s some edited snippets from Goldenthal:

The letters….[for the number ‘666’] spell out a word, Tarsu, or the Tarsus of the Roman world. Clearly the man Tarsus is [John of Ephesus’] greatest threat.

Who is ‘Tarsus’?

It’s Saul / Paul of Tarsus, the guy who started up a new branch of xtianity, and the version that was adopted by the Roman Empire and Roman Catholic Church.

To put this another way, ‘666’ refers to gentile xtianity itself!!!

As clearly written in the Book of Revelations.

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There’s always more to say, but let’s leave it there for now.

As usual, so very much to think about here.

But there is nothing new under the sun.

And the same people who were making trouble for us 2,000 years ago, are still making the same trouble for us now.

But we’re finally starting to unmask them.

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7 replies
  1. Hava
    Hava says:

    Rivka and fellow readers, do we know the actual Hebrew term for “Damascus Document”?

    I tried 2 versions in Hebrew and found nothing, maybe because the actual term doesn’t occur intuitively to a non-native Hebrew speaker/reader. I looked for “Yeshu” and “Yeshua” in documents from both searches.

    And how does one spell “Yoachim” in Hebrew? My Hebrew baby name book doesn’t have that name.

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  2. Nachum
    Nachum says:

    Where to even start? Let’s take this one at random: The Damascus Document is one of the Dead Sea Scrolls. It was the first to be found, because a copy of it from the Middle Ages was discovered by Solomon Schechter in the Cairo Geniza in the late 1800’s. Schechter correctly guessed that it was a document from the time of the Second Bayit that some Karaite had found and copied thinking it somehow “proved” their position. (The Dead Sea Sect ceased to exist when the Bayit was destroyed and the Karaites didn’t come into existence for another 600 or more years after that.) When the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in the 1940’s, Schechter was proved correct, as a bunch of copies of the Damascus Document were found among them. (“Damascus” is a code word used in the document for Yerushalayim, when the sect explains why it left Yerushalayim to live in the desert.)

    Because the document uses the word “Tzadok” a lot, Schechter called it “Fragments of a Zadokite Document.” The name isn’t so mysterious: Tzadok was the Kohen Gadol at the time of Shlomo, so his name was associated with kohanim for many years. Yechezkel talks about “Ha-Kohanim Ha-Leviim Bnei Tzadok,” for example. There’s an idea that after Tzadok, his line was more distinguished than other kohanim. By the time of the Second Bayit, that line had disappeared, but the name continued to be used, for example in the Dead Sea Scrolls, including this one, and by the (unrelated) Tzedukim/Saduccees, who were heavily kohanim and other elites, as may be expected from their ideologies. (Chazal say the Tzedukim were founded by a man named Tzadok as well, but both facts can be true.)

    Yose ben Yoezer and Yosi ben Yochanan were both kohanim but not Tzedukim, of course. They lived at the beginning of the Hasmonean Revolt, about 170 BCE. The Dead Sea Sect seems to have been founded by people who thought the Chashmonaim weren’t frum enough, a couple of decades later.

    I can go on, but this is all common knowledge.

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      ? Why do you think anything you’ve written here is meant to be blowing anyone away?

      Also, someone drew my attention to your comments about pedophile rings ‘not existing’ on the badly misnamed ‘RationalJudaism’ blog. Once I saw how you refused to back down on something as clearly obvious as that, I have to say I lost respect for your arguments across the board.

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