Saying What Can't Be Said
“It would be better for them to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around their neck than to cause one of these little ones to stumble.”
-Jesus Christ of Nazareth
November 17, 2023
Pieces of this puzzle have bothered me for a long time, Readers.
No need to even delve deeply into the rabbit hole, because this one is staring us right in the face. I am referring to the harm, abuse, trafficking, and even satanic sacrifice of children. Still going on today. While I had plenty of doubts about beheaded babies in the recent propaganda, the use of children as conflict leverage in Gaza is still sickening. But it is the deeper theological significance that I want to discuss; which is fitting, as it takes us back to the Levant.
In 1902 an archeologist named Stuart McAllister began excavating a site in Gezer, not far from Jerusalem, which turned out to be an Amorite ‘high place’ dating back to around 1500 BC. It contained an altar to Molech, and digging through the layers revealed the charred remains of infants both in the altar and around the large standing stones. Some had been decapitated, and others sawn in half prior to being sacrificed. The site is still there today, marked by a placard listing it as a ‘religious site’, but making no mention of the sacrificed children. Similar remains have been found at many other Canaanite sites like Jericho, establishing a pattern described numerous times in the Bible.
Canaan was not unique in this grisly regard. Baalbek in ancient Assyria, now Lebanon, was similar. Its people worshipped Ba’al and Astarte among others, and sacrificed children. Egypt, same thing. Looking further afield, the ancient Shang Dynasty in China was particularly brutal in a different fashion, and on a more industrial scale. They employed dismemberment, and age was no limit as they made sacrifices to their ancestors rather than gods. On the opposite side of the planet, the Inca raised some children for the sole purpose of ritual sacrifice. The Aztec and Maya are well known for their sacrifices too, including children. Perhaps even more brutal than the Chinese, they often removed the beating heart.
Human-sacrificial cultures tended to be polytheistic, in which the gods were never satisfied, and whose blessings were required for a good harvest, good fortune in battle, etc. We tend to dismiss ancient ritual practices that today would be considered atrocities, as if they didn’t know any better, or maybe life was just more brutal. It is easy to think of humanity as possibly less mentally developed when we use words like Neolithic. Yet even the pre-Roman Etruscans and Carthaginians followed sacrificial practices. Did they all arrive at similar traditions by coincidence?
In the West, we trace our civilization back to Rome. There is a kind of tacit fist-bump there, a vague certainty that we stand on the shoulders of giants. And if Rome was a wee bit barbaric, there is always ancient Greece before them. We feel enlightened, logical, ‘science driven’ one could say, and often proud of our morality. We have put away silly traditions and superstitions, standing atop the developmental heap. We don’t have caste systems for example, that is for the East. We think we don’t have social engineering or one-child policies, because that would be uncivilized don’t-cha-know.
Looking to the grandfathers of Western culture, then, surely the Romans had a civilized approach to the treatment of children. But according to history, it was commonplace for Romans to kill unwanted infants during the pre-Christian era. Even with their great learning, great institutions, rule of law, and citizen rights, this practice was just considered pragmatic. A perfect word to describe why our culture, which thinks itself so enlightened, can justify killing in the womb.
What are we to conclude about the state of humankind when we see barbarism directed against children even today, whether as bargaining chips in Gaza, or as human shields in schools doubling as ammo storage facilities? What about the campaign to force vaccines on them, or the fake gassing of families by Assad? Despite the general untrustworthiness of the news and now the advent of “AI” images, most of us are at least certain of Jewish children being loaded into train cars during the ‘40s and Vietnamese villages being burned to a crisp during the ‘60s. I have met face-to-face in Sierra Leone amputated survivors of the ‘90s civil war, who were children when their forearms were hacked off by machete. Evil is real -- don’t tell me it is not -- and at least some of the modern shock stories are likely to be true.
We now accept living in a world where we have only vague ideas what is real when it comes to ‘news’ and online reports. Crisis actors fill the ranks in many high-profile massacres, and yet there are real people who die. Atrocities can and do happen to children, just as they did in ancient times, even though we don’t know which stories to believe. Deny all of these events as fake propaganda if you must, but understand our numbness to it ensures the continued targeting of the young and vulnerable. Why else choose a school, a playground, if not for its programming effect on us? Whether designed for shock value or for actual deadly mayhem, the thinking behind these events is pure evil, even when they are psy-ops.
Readers, you owe it to yourselves to watch the landmark child-trafficking film Sound of Freedom. It was deeply troubling without being graphic, expertly handling a very delicate subject. It shines a bright light on the evil in the room, giving needed insight to the scope of the problem and methods employed by those in the business. It is the true story of a man who could not unsee what he had experienced in the rescuing of a child, and answered a call of God to be the tip of the spear.
You may know that despite being hugely popular, it was nearly shut out of public discourse, with Hollywood pulling every trick in the book to prevent its being seen. Here in the Philippines it had distribution in a major theater chain...except actual tickets were rare. Seems they were ‘sold out’ even though only a handful of people were in the theater. This fact alone made me want to see it (free online streaming site, put that in your pipe and smoke it, Hollywood).
For many long-time ‘truthers’ the movie does not cover new ground, because we are already well familiar with other traces of the story. For example child trafficking in Haiti (hello Clintons), or the disappearance of Madeleine McCann (hello Podestas). The real gut-wrencher is the case of the Hampstead Children, ostensible victims of ritual, satanic, sexual abuse. The Borg is trying very hard to debunk this one, but the story was still unfolding as of 2022. At a minimum, it is an example of what I call the Hindenburg Uncertainty Principle. Those interviews were chillingly convincing; but if the children were faked into perpetrating a hoax, then they have truly been weaponized.
What Can’t Be Said
Bohemian Grove. The Rothschild Hunting Lodge. See? It’s easy. The world wants you to move along, there is nothing to see here....until there is. Throw your hands up in confusion and you’ll miss the millions of children who are currently traded as slaves. Make knee-jerk assumptions about PizzaGate, and you will never know the child trafficking code-words that popped up in emails from Obama to the Podestas to Hilary Clinton and others. Roll your eyeballs at Epstein Island, and you will miss the funding connection between Epstein and Mossad. Have you not seen the list of prominent guests in the pilot’s logbook? We’re talking about underage girls and a Who’s Who of politicians, judges, businessmen, and even royals.
Amazingly there are going to be some who are just hearing this for the first time, which says volumes about how well the narrative is controlled. The island was a honey trap, and triple-agent Robert Maxwell’s daughter Ghislane was Epstein’s handler, facilitator, and teen groomer. Does it seem unusual that Ghislane has a submarine pilot’s license? Or the island’s proximity to international shipping lanes, Water Island, and Necker Island? Standing here next to Robert Maxwell looking puzzled is a young Prince Charles, wondering if he did anything he will later regret at Richard Branson’s place on Necker Island.
There is not space in this essay to peel back the layers of involvement between the various Deep State players and what they do with children. You have seen the way the man known as the President behaves around children, or maybe the phone pics of Hunter in bed with his own teenage niece. What is going on there, indeed. The most recent hub of illicit child activity seems to have been -- no surprises -- Ukraine, a tar pit that Uncle Joe is up to his eyeballs in. It has also been a hub of money laundering, bio labs, weapons trade, and even nuclear materials if you follow the threads. Ukraine’s Euromaidan origins coincide with other dark happenings around the same 2014 timeframe, a clearinghouse for everything off the books since then. But I’m getting off track.
Whether we look at long-term atrocities like Roe V. Wade and its 54-million abortions, or even child labor in unlicensed gold mines here in the Philippines, it is evident that abuse of children over the centuries has endured. We may not burn them on an altar to Ba’al, but they suffer all the same. Children are the weakest among us, and we are collectively sinful enough that we cannot protect them from ourselves.
Child slaves, when not being sexually abused are said to be harvested for their organs. Blood of infants supposedly adds vigor and youth to those who drink it. For those unfamiliar, look up adrenochrome if you are brave, another item the Borg works feverishly to debunk. The elites are so interested in children -- drunk on them in fact -- that like the Inca, they have a whole system of children being born and groomed, just to serve their purposes. By remaining blind to the evil around us, we have not been the protectors of the innocent. We have suffered harm to come unto the children.
It was not meant to be this way, Readers, because God forbids it. One of the overlooked outcomes of Abrahamic Monotheism, which I discussed here, was the erasure of the Canaanite cultures from the Levant. By the time of the rise in Christianity as the state religion of the Roman Empire, ‘passing children through the fire’ was no longer practiced. This is called out in numerous biblical passages such as Deuteronomy 18:
9 “When you enter the land which the Lord your God gives you, you shall not learn to imitate the detestable things of those nations. 10 There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, one who uses divination, one who practices witchcraft...
Israel failed to completely claim the Promised Land by not fully driving out the pagan cultures. She quickly suffered for it, and her kings fell back into idol worship and even child sacrifice. Have a read in Ezekiel chapter 8 what Jerusalem’s priests and leaders were doing behind closed doors in secret. I wonder what goes on at the Vatican today? As punishment Israel was ultimately wiped out by successive invasions of the Babylonians and Persians, and a final boot-stomping by the Romans.
My point is that when we have turned from God, we fall into the same detestable ways as the ancient religions. We may wrap them in modern sensibilities like pro-choice, or invent euphemisms like gender-affirming surgery, but they still cause death and grave harm. The guilty will be held accountable for what they have done to children. My question is, will we remain blind to it? Are we guilty for knowing, but looking the other way?
An insight for you today, Readers: If you can imagine it...they are doing it, just as in Ezekiel’s day. Clergy, leaders, royal families, elected officials, judges. Even social workers, police, humanitarian organizations, teachers. Positions that allow close contact with victims are magnets for abusers and traffickers, and must be scrutinized accordingly. Ditto, positions that can give legal cover to crimes. May God bless the many in those roles who are righteous; the world needs more like you. But the rest must be exposed.
Let us shake off the veil from our eyes and realize exactly what is going on. Some who are reading this may even have a front-row seat to these crimes, and I implore you to step out in boldness and be the tip of the spear. Others may be sitting on evidence, or are on the fence about how to drop whatever they know. Others have raised this red flag, and now I am too. There is a building of momentum, hopefully you can sense it. I am praying for those out there unsure of what course to take, and feel in my bones that God will protect you for getting involved, friend. For doing what is right. Lean on him.
We live in desperate times. I will leave you with an anecdote from here in the Philippines, which is well known for police and judicial corruption. But what is less known is the street justice that takes place when the system fails. Child abusers are often found hacked to death in a field; corrupt officials sometimes do not survive until re-election. Some murderers who get off on technicalities just disappear later, which is a real shame. Perhaps culture is simpler here, less nuanced in the ways of the West. This would not be a wise place to come hide out for wanted serial abusers, in case any of them had such an inclination.
Just how untouchable are those who commit the most heinous acts imaginable against our children? Or those enablers who run the show? No nation or people who tolerate such atrocities can expect to be blessed by the Heavenly Father, in fact he has already shown us the opposite. And yet, human nature being what it is, there will come a point at which the rage of fathers everywhere will no longer be contained. There certainly are not enough millstones to go around.
As one father to another I ask, Help us Lord, to be the men you want us to be. Help us to seek your righteousness in all ways, and may your Justice prevail.
That is all for today, Readers,