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Re: DRUZE

Post by zone on Sat May 28, 2011 5:54 pm

i have to take some time with this........

there's something VERY STRANGE with all of this.

if anyone has any insight please post here.

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Re: DRUZE

Post by Strangelove on Sat May 28, 2011 8:54 pm

Well....having spent most of the night reading the stuff you've posted (and I'm still only about half way through it) I kinda know what you mean.

Your thinking about how theyre gonna work the false messiah angle arn't you?

Now that the cat is well and truly out of the bag regarding the fake khazar Jews, could the SoS be switching it up?

Ok, lets say that the Ark of the Covenant mysteriously turns up and the same archeological dig yields a very special set of bones or even just a strand of hair of...say.....King David,,or Solomon? (the whole thing a sham obviously)

Now, with the talmudic obsession with flesh and biological lineage we could expect some kind of 'DNA testing' extravaganza which may point to possibly an ethnic group of (shock horror) MIDDLE EASTERN descent, rather than your typical 'jewish' types who we all know are eastern european at best.

Enter the Druze maybe? Winning brownie points for promoting the Talmuds death ticket Noahide Laws and haviing a special relationship with 'Jews' of zionist israel going way back?

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Re: DRUZE

Post by zone on Sat May 28, 2011 10:58 pm

hey Doc.

i'm thoroughly stumped on this for now.
but i plan to stay at it until i have it sorted out.
there's got to be a VERY GOOD reason the Israelis offer them such independence.


Druzes


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Small Mohammedan sect in Syria, notorious for their opposition to the Marionites, a Catholic people dwelling on the slopes of the Lebanon. Their name is derived as a plural form of Dorazy, the proper name of a Persian at the court of El Hakim in Egypt (about 1015). They subsequently repudiated all connection with this Mohammed Ibn Ismail el-Dorazy, and styled themselves Unitarians, or Muwahhedin, on account of the emphasis they lay on the unity of God. Their history begins with the arrival of Dorazy in the Wady el-Teim, after his flight from Egypt. This Persian had had the audacity to read to a large multitude in a mosque a book tending to prove that El Hakim, the mad Fatimite caliph, was an incarnation of God. Escaping from the crowd, who were enraged at this blasphemy, he fled to the valley between Hermon and the Southern Lebanon, and with the support of his master preached his doctrine to these mountaineers, already given to Batenite doctrine and therefore predisposed to accept a further incarnation of the Deity. He was soon superseded by another Persian, Hamzeh Ibn Ahmed El Hady, who became the real founder of the sect and the author of its sacred books. After the assassination of El Hakim, Hamzeh wrote a treatise to prove that El Hakim had not really died but only disappeared to test the faith of his followers. This disappearance and ultimate return of El Hakim are the cardinal points of the Druze faith today. The sacred books of the Druzes, successfully hidden from the world for eight centuries, have since the middle of the last century found their way into European libraries. They are written in Arabic and effect the style of the Koran. They consist of six volumes containing 111 treatises of a controversial character or explanatory epistles to individual persons. Each book takes its name from its first treatise. Their speculations strongly reflect their Persian origin.

The Druze doctrine concerning God is characterized by its abstraction from all Divine attributes; these, it declares, would imply limitation in the Supreme Being. God, however, manifested Himself first in the Universal Mind, then in the Universal Soul, and again in the Word. These three form the first great manifestation. The second great manifestation began with the residence of the Universal mind in Adam for a thousand years; after which Enoch took his place, and in turn was followed by the seven ministers, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Mohammed, Ibn Ishmail; the seventh is unknown. God appeared ten times in human form, for the last time in El Hakim. The Druzes teach a distinction between Jesus, the son of Joseph, and the Christ. Christ instructed Jesus, but finally Jesus disobeyed Christ and was crucified in consequence. Christ, who was concealed under the form of one of the disciples of Jesus, stole the body of Jesus from the grave, and gave out the report that Christ had risen, in order that the true Druzes might be concealed for awhile in the religion of Jesus. The Druzes are firm believers in the transmigration of souls, and this transmigration will never end; after the Judgment Day death will continue, but it will be painless for the saved, who will live to the age of 120 years, and whose souls will forthwith be reborn and re-enter a life of peace and pleasure. The Druze are unshakably convinced that the whole of China is peopled with adherents of their religion. The Judgment Day, or rather the golden age for the Druzes, will be at hand when the Christians wax greater than the Mohammedans, some nine hundred years after the disappearance of El Hakim. Then the Christians, aided by the King of Abyssinia, a sort of Antichrist named "The Antagonist", will march against the Caaba in Mecca. The hosts of Christ and Mohammed will meet, but only to be both overcome by 2,500,000 Chinese Druzes. Moslems and Christians will both be reduced to everlasting slavery, and the Unitarians will reign forever. The Druze religion contains several moral precepts: veracity, love of the brethren, forsaking of idolatry, repudiation of devils, acknowledgement of God's unity at all times, secrecy in religion, and resignation to the will of God.

The Druzes are divided into two main classes: the Ukkal, or initiated, and the Juhhal, or uninitiated; among the former the Iwayid profess the strictest Druze principles. They meet on Thursday evenings for worship, which consists almost exclusively in reading their sacred books. They often comply with the outward observances of Islam and even make pretense of being Mohammedans, but they are officially designated as unbelievers. They live mostly ion the Lebanon, but are also found in the Hauran and in the districts near Damascus; their total number is estimated at 100,000 or a few thousand more. Encouraged by Turkish authorities, the Druze in 1860 attacked the Catholic Marionites, and are said to have massacred some then thousand of them. The massacres were stayed mainly through English and French intervention.

Publication information Written by J.P. Arendzen. Transcribed by M. Donahue. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume V. Published 1909. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat, May 1, 1909. Remy Lafort, Censor. Imprimatur. +John M. Farley, Archbishop of New York
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Wortabet, Researchers into the Religions of Syria (London, 1860); Churchill, the Druze and Marionites (London, 1862); Socin in Realencyk.für prof. Theol. (Leipzig, 1898), s.v. Drusen; Neumann, Das Volk des Drusen (Vienna, 1878).

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Sufism

Post by zone on Sat May 28, 2011 11:04 pm

so much of this stuff is SUSPICIOUSLY around the 7th/8th & 9th centuries.





Sufism

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An ascetic tradition called Sufism emphasized personal piety and mysticism and contributed to Islamic cultural diversity, and further enriched the Muslim heritage. In contrast to the legal-minded approach to Islam, Sufis emphasized spirituality as a way of knowing God. During the 9th century Sufism developed into a mystical doctrine, with direct communion or even ecstatic union with God as its ideal. One of the vehicles for this experience is the ecstatic dance of the Sufi whirling dervishes. Eventually Sufism later developed into a complex popular movement and was institutionalized in the form of collective, hierarchical Sufi orders.
The Sufi emphasis on intuitive knowledge and the love of God increased the appeal of Islam to the masses and largely made possible its extension beyond the Middle East into Africa and East Asia. Sufi brotherhoods multiplied rapidly from the Atlantic coast to Indonesia; some spanned the entire Islamic world, others were regional or local. The tremendous success of these fraternities was due primarily to the abilities and humanitarianism of their founders and leaders, who not only ministered to the spiritual needs of their followers but also helped the poor of all faiths and frequently served as intermediaries between the people and the government.
Ahmad S. Dallal

General Essay on Sufism


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The term "Sufi" derives from the Arabic word "suf" (meaning "wool") and was applied to Muslim ascetics and mystics because they wore garments made out of wool. Sufism represents a dimension of Islamic religious life that has frequently been viewed by Muslim theologians and lawyers with suspicion. The ecstatic state of the mystic can sometimes produce extreme behaviour or statements that on occasion appear to border on the blasphemous. The cause of this is that the Sufis can sometimes feel so close to God that they lose a sense of their own self identity and feel themselves to be completely absorbed into God. This in fact is the goal of the Sufi. Through following a series of devotional practices, which lead to higher levels of ecstatic state, Sufis aspire to realise a condition in which they are in direct communion with God. Ultimately the individual human personality passes away and the Sufi feels his soul absorbed into God.

The origins of Islamic mysticism can be traced back to the 8th century. A consequence of the rapid spread of Islam under the Ummayad dynasty was the exposure of Muslims to a large number of different ethnic groups and the acquisition of considerable wealth that was the fruit of military conquest. The growing opulence of Islam was symbolised by the relocation of the capital of the empire from Medina to the more cosmopolitan city of Damascus. In reaction to the more worldly outlook of the Ummayads various groups and figures emerged who encouraged a return to the pure values of the Prophet and the Qur'an. One such figure, Hasan al-Basri (642-728), preached a rejection of the world and courageously criticised those in power when he felt that they were not conducting themselves according to the ethical standards of Islam. A second figure, Rabi'ah al-Adawiyah (d.801), cultivated the attainment of mystical union with God through the love of God. A third, and controversial, mystic, al-Hallaj (857-922), lived as a wandering preacher who gathered around him a large number of disciples. Such was al-Hallaj's sense of the intimate presence of God that he sometimes appeared to be identifying himself with God. He is reported to have made one statement - "I am the Truth!" - which caused such outrage that he was imprisoned for eight years and in 922 executed by crucifixion. Al-Hallaj's death illustrates in an extreme way the tensions that would characterise the relationship between Sufi mysticism and the Islamic legal authorities.

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Ismailism (later Druze): British Creation?

Post by zone on Sun May 29, 2011 1:44 pm

Also during this period the three contemporary branches of Ismailism formed. The first branch (Druze) occurred with the Imām Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah. Born in 985, he ascended as ruler at the age of eleven. A religious group that was even forming in his lifetime broke off from mainstream Ismailism and refused to acknowledge his successor. Later to be known as the Druze, they believe Al-Hakim to be the manifestation of God and the prophesied Mahdi, who would one day return and bring justice to the world.[25] The faith further split from Ismailism as it developed unique doctrines which often classes it separately from both Ismailism and Islam.


MEN-IN-THE-MIDDLE....? they are an extremely secretive religious group.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ismailism

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.....Then the British created Hindi language out of thin air as a national language for Hindus. Hindi was spoken like Urdu but had the script of Sanskrit, a Hindu script which had gone extinct centuries ago. Hindi would give Hindus identity making them antagonist to Muslimsand Muslims would be encouraged to abandon Urdu for Hindi, breaking complete contact with Islamic script. A certain John Gilchrist of Fort William College, Calcutta, directed these language politics. Mr. Gilchrist can be aptly called the father of Hindi language. .....

......Languages were not the only tools the Illuminati created. Realising the danger posed by the call for jihad during Muslim Friday sermons, the British created a bogus Islam known as Qadyanism/Ahmedism/Ismailism, [LATER KNOWN AS DRUZE]complete with its very own false prophet! This new cult would preach a "Colonial friendly Islam" and at the same time engage in assassinations of real Muslim intellectuals. ......
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GOT 'EM

Post by zone on Sun May 29, 2011 1:59 pm


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Shriners play Moslems and infidels."

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okay. i knew this a long time ago: that the "invented" forms of "Islam" are British (Zionist) run.

that's why the (fake) Pharisees call the Druze "blood brothers"
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Re: DRUZE

Post by zone on Sun May 29, 2011 2:11 pm


Fard Mohammed


“1933 The organization of the Nation of Islam (NOI) is founded by "Fard Muhammad" or (Wallace Ford), a Muslim mystic who introduced its philosophy to the United States and disappeared in 1933. The late "Eli-jam Mohammed succeeded Ford in 1933 and built the organization into a strong ethnic movement advocating Islam as a way of life. The NOI is one of the most well known organizations that had its prints on the history of United States , as well as the American Muslim history; it holds itself responsible for converting a high percentage of African-Americans to Islam and highlighting American Christians' difficulties combating the effects of slavery and racism among African-Americans.”



Who was Fard Muhammad? Was he a black man?



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallace_Fard_Muhammad



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non-christian but interesting take on it:



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Re: DRUZE

Post by zone on Sun May 29, 2011 2:36 pm

  • Sufi Mystica by Zos
    Summary of Sufi (Islamic Gnostic) traditions, movements and history.

  • http://www.gnosis.org/gnstudy.htm

    July 10: The Middle Eastern roots of America's Gnosis: Descending from Hermetic, Gnostic and Neo-Platonic sources, culminating in Templar traditions as well as Sufi, Ismailia, Druze mysteries, the U.S.A. became the new home of Alternative Spirituality. NOTE: After the lecture Dr. Hoeller will interview Andy Hill about his new book "No-Where Land". Mr Hill authored a famous story about us 5 years ago in the L.A. Weekly. Book signing follows.

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    April 11: Myths of Gnosis: The Kabbalah of the Soul. Zoharic and Lurianic Kabbalah as myths of Gnostic insight. The Tree of Life as a mythic structure and map of the soul.

    April 18: Myths of Exile: The original Jewish Hassidim. Living under unhappy conditions of exile in Russia and Poland, Israel Bal Shem Tov and other Hassidic masters taught a wisdom with many Gnostic elements.

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    Archived Lectures from The Gnostic Society - The Gnosis Archive


    Neo-Platonic and Sufi realizations and their enlightening power. February 15: Islamic and Jewish Kabbalah: The Gnostic Twins. The underlying brotherhood of ...
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    Re: DRUZE

    Post by zone on Sun May 29, 2011 2:44 pm

    As we saw in the early chapters of this book, a number of these Gnostic-styled philosophical systems (Kabbalah, Hermeticism etc.) made their way into Western culture at the beginning of the Renaissance, with the likes of Marsilio Ficino and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola. Indeed, as one source puts it, “Ficino was voyaging through the straits of unorthodoxy out into the open seas of the ancient Gnostic heresies.”

    So while there may not be a direct lineage to the Ancient Mysteries, it is certainly likely that Ficino and other scholars reintroduced Gnostic elements back into Western civilization which became an ‘underground stream’ – a syncretic esoteric tradition largely hidden from the view of the profane.

    Drawing on various influences – from the Ancient Mysteries and Hermeticism through to Islamic Sufism and Jewish Kabbalah – this tradition became known under the moniker of ‘Rosicrucianism’, before emerging (almost) fully with the official uniting of the lodges in England in 1717.

    Its goal was personal gnosis, the recovery of the Lost Word – “a return to the primitive and primordial state of man characterized by union with God” through the process of initiation and transformation. No doubt many Freemasons would argue against this, and as the years pass it seems that the Craft seems more and more keen to distance itself from esoteric associations. Earlier Masonic writers had no such problem, disputing the more mundane historical theory of an evolution from organized stonemasonry:

    Are we to believe that these craftsmen of the medieval guilds, most of whom were actually illiterate, conceived an entire philosophy such as Freemasonry, and then, with consummate cunning, concealed it beneath a complicated system of symbolism and allegory?
    Manly Hall argued that “nearly every great historian of Freemasonry” – including Albert Pike, George Oliver and Albert Mackey – had all “admitted the possibility of the modern society being connected, indirectly at least, with the ancient Mysteries.” Meanwhile the French intellectual René Guénon claimed outright that “the masonic institution, through its degrees, contains a powerful esotericism and a ‘spiritual influence’ leading, as at Eleusis, from the ‘Lesser Mysteries’ to the ‘Greater Mysteries’, and opening the path to a unitive vision and to liberation of the soul.”
    In truth though, we will probably never know the exact origins of Freemasonry. One of the dangers of secret traditions is that, by definition, any ‘history’ is likely to be deficient or even just plain wrong. And it is in mystical traditions that secrecy is used most extensively. The Ancient Mysteries of the Mediterranean, the Tantric secrets of Hinduism and Buddhism, the mysticism of the Sufis in Islam, the doctrines of the Kabbalists – all are obscured from non-initiates by strict secrecy and the language of symbolism.

    http://dailygrail.com/features/dan-brown-and-the-lost-word
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    Re: DRUZE

    Post by zone on Sun May 29, 2011 2:56 pm

    Qabalah, Freemasonry, the Tijaniyah Order, the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, and Sufism



    The Secret Doctrine of the Assassins



    An Occult Religion behind an Islamist fascade









    The Shrine's Ritual is taken from an Arabic Sufi Secret Sect
    Freemasonry & Qaballah Occultism owe much to Sufism
    The Muslim Brotherhood is a Sufi Secret Society
    A.A.O.N.M.S. - A MASON






    The Eight Petalled Lotus Symbol of Sufism
    The Buddist Doctrine of Shambalaism uses a similar one
    It is said to represent the Eight Regioned Underground World
    That lies beneath Tibet and the Hindu Kush, where lives the 'King of the World'...






    The Al Qaeda Organization's #1 & 2 Leaders:
    The Saudi Millionaire cum Muhajadeen-Mystic Osama bin Laden
    The Egyptian Intellectual cum Muslim Brotherhood Adept-Leader Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri


    http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/sufi.html

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    not sure who is running this site, but BIN LADEN AND AL-ZAWAHIRI AND AL QAEDA ARE CIA/MI6/MOSSAD RUN.

    ergo: the ALPHABET AGENGIES of the power broker nations are actually these SECRET SOCIETIES.

    which is pretty obvious by now.



    sigh.
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    moving on to the jerusalem headquarters of all this junk.....might do a new thread.
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