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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Why does society still honor human sacrifice?

Many ancient cultures believe in blood sacrifice to the “gods” or as offerings to the Earth in return for peace, power, abundance of harvest, fertility. The Old Testament mentions burnt offerings many times, referring to animal sacrifices, a practice that Jesus abhorred. He stressed that the stench of burnt sacrifices should be stripped from the temples of worship.

Killing is embedded in human history, and as one would expect given the fickle nature of the Anunnaki “gods”, it is glorified when done for “honourable” purposes, yet it is strictly taboo for “dishonourable” reasons. A lone killer, acting for his or her own purposes is branded a criminal. Twelve jurors can legally order the punishment of this type of killer without raising a whiff of hypocrisy.
 
A band of killers can also be criminals, and punished for their acts. However, an army of killers can be “honourable” in its efforts, and individual soldiers from such an army often receive the highest honors for killing enemies.
 
Such an army and its leaders would not be subjected to criminal allegations – unless the army loses the war – in which case the military and civilian leaders responsible for the army can then face “justice” for their activities.
  • The Lockerbie bomber is a murderous terrorist to most in the West, yet a profound insurgent hero to some in the Muslim world.
  • Baron von Richthofen was a courageous hero to World War I era Germans, yet an arch villain to the Anglo alliance in that same war.
  • John Wilkes Booth was considered a hero to some but deemed to be a villain by most for assassinating U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.
  • The same holds true for Lee Harvey Oswald, who allegedly assassinated U.S. President John F. Kennedy a century later.
  • Saddam Hussein was a villain to most people in the West, yet a hero to many in the Arab world.
When Hussein was convicted and publicly executed on the orders of an “official” court assembled by the winning side, many in the West were made heroes for their part in killing Hussein, yet they remain vilified to many of the vanquished.
 
The gleeful cheering of Saddam Hussein’s public execution is a form of blood-thirsty expression by mobs who were programmed to scream for blood! This same programming was especially witnessed during the French Revolution, when the mobs cheered as each victim was publicly beheaded by the guillotine.

Killing is promoted in this world. In fact, the world thrives on blood. What else could be expected in a world that has been under bloodthirsty Anunnaki domination for such a long, long time? And, the killing and violence is not limited to warfare.
 
It happens in cultural, political and religious achievements, as it does in civilian and military structural manufactures. The Anunnaki have played many cruel tricks on humans, and driven them to excessively violent behavior. The Anunnaki thrive on watching humans kill one another.

The construction of the Great Wall of China claimed many human lives, all in the name of defense of the nation.
 
There is a cultural belief that things that are stained with human sacrifices and blood will be strengthened and fortified. The basic premise of this belief stems from trying to appease the “gods” and Earth itself. Thus, it is believed that the Great Wall of China has been reinforced and strengthened because people gave their lives constructing it.

Legend has it that many human corpses were encased into China’s Great Wall to strengthen it.
 
These so-called superstitious beliefs that demand human blood are widespread, and quite common in many cultures throughout the world. The source of this type of thinking comes from the Anunnaki “gods, who have deceived people into offering them human sacrifices.
 
These events are not limited to the ritualistic “tossing of virgins into volcanoes”. They continue to exist in the world, clothed in many different disguises.

Human sacrifice is not only extant, it is prevalent, albeit often cloaked in culturally palatable forms. A very obvious example of human sacrifice is found in wars. Those who are not so naïve can readily list many other forms.
 
So,
  • Why do people still pay homage to these bloodthirsty Anunnaki pseudo-gods?
  • Why do humans fall for Anunnaki deception?
  • Why are people tricked by insidious Anunnaki hoaxes?
  • Why does society still honor human sacrifice?

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