Posted 3 years ago on Nov. 25, 2015, 11:46 p.m. EST by TonyWAWA
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
So as it turns out, there really are two ceremonial meals in the Jewish religion that have traditionally involved the horrific consumption of the flesh and blood of gentile children. What's even more shocking is that these practices continue today.
The first example of ritual Jewish cannibalism is the hamentashen eaten on the Purim holiday. Jewish children learn that the triangular pastry is a replica of the triangular hat worn by Hamen, the arch enemy of the Jewish people. The truth is that the pastry is actually meant to look like Hamen's ear, not his hat. These pastries are filled with poppy seeds, apricots, chocolates, and other sweets, but many Jews throughout history also filled these pastries with the flesh, fat, and blood of local gentile children kidnapped and murdered in a ritual sacrifice of revenge.
Second, the afikomen. This special matzah is hidden during the Passover seder. After the ceremonial meal the children of the home seek out and find the hidden piece of unlevened bread, they return it to their father for a reward, and then everyone eats it for dessert. All fun and games, right?
No. This ritual is symbolic of the tenth plague: the slaying of the first born. Jews teach their children that "God" killed the Egyptian pharaoh's first born as a punishment for not releasing the slaves. This is not entirely true. Jews also teach that God works through the actions of men. The Israelites were the real perpetrators of the mass killing of all Egyptian first born children.
This includes Egyptian children born to women in Jews' own homes. Most slave families of that era had at least one child in their household fathered by the Egyptians. This is symbolized by the vacant seat at the seder table, the plate of uneaten food, and the feigned ignorance of the whereabouts of its intended occupant, "Elijiah."
What's the truth? The male Jewish head of household murdered his stepson, baked his flesh into the matzah, put his blood into the 4 cups of red wine drank at the seder, and rejoiced in the murder of the innocent child of the pharaoh. Jewish children are ritually trained to hunt, kill, and eat non-Jewish children at an early age.
Many Jews still use human flesh in ritual pastries for Passover. They are not widely distributed, but certain rabbis continue the practice. During a Seder at a Hasidic congregation in Chicago I followed a rabbi into the kitchen and stole a bit of his pastry. It was much different than a traditional matzah. It looked more like a hunk of halavah. I took it and ate it. He told me not to. I asked him, "Is this what I think it is?" He told me yes and scolded me. It was bland and tasteless. The entire experience was surreal.
This is nothing new. Jews are notoriously cannibalistic. In ancient times, killing and eating the children of their oppressors was the Jewish path to freedom. They have unfortunately continued this tradition in the modern day.
I was a victim of this practice. I was adopted by a Jewish family. While I was raised Jewish, I was also badly abused. In addition to daily torture I was given allergy shots as a way for my body to produce antibodies and hormones. Then my blood was drained from my body and consumed by my mother, who is a longtime student and practitioner of occult witchcraft.
I know this all sounds hard to believe, but it's true. Jews claim to be the "chosen people of God," yet their religion permits this heinous practice. While blood is not kosher for consumption, human flesh shockingly is. Nothing in Jewish scripture or tradition forbids Jews from kidnapping, torturing, killing, and eating gentile children.
Child sacrifice is a cornerstone of Jewish faith and culture. There is no doubt that the methods of this ancient Jewish tradition have evolved, but the core practice remains.
And I find it sick.