Religion & Rahul’s Labor Cult Experience | Drive Time with Varshney and Davis 7

Religion & Rahul’s Labor Cult Experience | Drive Time with Varshney and Davis 7

Rahul Varshney and Joseph Davis discuss Rahul’s labor cult experience, religion, spirituality, solutions and more.

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Links to subjects discussed

God as nature and Christ as natural law discussions via Gnostic Media

The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History by E. Michael Jones, Ph.D.

E. Michael Jones – The New NWO – Based on Logos.

Report: Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law | Netanyahu tells Likud hareidi leader Hebrew calendar will be official calendar of state in new Basic Law, Jewish law basis of legal system.

[Michael Hoffman] America is under Talmudic law, not Sharia law

Antal E. Fekete: Money & Credit

Fekete: Pillars of Sound Money and Credit

[See comments] Jan Irvin post: Why do Muslims and Christians fight?

[Comment] Ken Jopp IF the four sides of the pyramid are Catholic, Protestant, Jew, and Muslim, then the apex, or peak (or peek, since it’s an eye) transcends those categories, because it is not confined to one side of the pyramid. The peak is where the sides merge, and there each loses its distinctiveness. The sides of the pyramid are categories used to keep us squabbling with one another. That serves the all-seeing eye at the top.

[Comment] Jan Irvin The Muslims are pissed at the Jews and Christians for hiding and lying about and removing sacred texts.

And for confusing Adam with God in the holy trinity of the Father / Son and Holy Ghost.

[Comment] Jacob Duellman Exactly. Anti-logos priest class controlling the narrative to divide and conquer the serfs, slaves and plebs. Makes me wonder about the tower of Babel and the one world language—could this language have been the language of the law of nature, ie, the house of Israel?

[Comment] Jan Irvin The Muslims accuse the Christians several times of altering and hiding the sacred texts. This is but one of several citations in which the Christians are so accused:

Sura6 An’am, 91
No just estimate of Allah do they make when they say: “nothing doth Allah send down to man (by way of revelation)” : Say: “Who then sent down the book which Moses brought? – a light and guidance to man: but ye make it into (separate) sheets for show, while ye conceal much (of its contents): therein were ye nor your fathers. “Say:” Allah (sent it down) “:then leave them to plunge in vain discourse and trifling.

[See comments] Jan Irvin post: True or false: Muslims believe in Jesus and the Virgin Mary.

Jan Irvin with Jacob Duellman: “Scaliger Notatus, Hallucinatio Scaligeri”

[Maidhc Ó Cathail] The Scofield Bible—The Book That Made Zionists of America’s Evangelical Christians

Jacob Duellman reads the transcript of Sir Israel Gollancz “The Shylock of Shakespeare” speech [scroll to 55:50 for the part specifically on Christianity]

E. Michael Jones: It’s the End of the World as We Know It

#FreeBrendon UPDATE | Why is Brendon O’Connell being tortured and threatened to be forcibly medicated in a New Zealand prison? Please contact NZ politicians and demand answers!

[Tim Kelly] Jeremy Rothe Kushell and Greg McCarron on Controlled Opposition and Zionist Power

The Antedote YouTube Channel | Jeremy Rothe Kushell and Greg McCarron

12 thoughts on “Religion & Rahul’s Labor Cult Experience | Drive Time with Varshney and Davis 7”

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    #Quran2_256 : “There is no compulsion in religion: true direction is already distinct from error. So whoever repudiates idols and believes in God has taken hold of the most reliable handle, which does not break. And God is all-hearing, all-knowing.”

    #Quran22_6 : “That is because God is reality itself…”

    [#ThomasCleary edition]

    #Leviticus25_35_37 : “If one of your brethren becomes poor, and falls into poverty among you, then you shall help him, like a strange or a sojourner, that he may live with you. Take no usury or interest from him; but fear your God, that your brother may live with you. You shall not lend him your money for usury, nor lend him your food at a profit.”

    Professor Fekete lectures about charity, quotes Biblical verses that remind us to take care of the orphan and the widow — and I agree, when it comes to charity, assistance should be freely given, no strings attached. However, when it comes to “business”, when it’s no longer a case of charity, but a case of building cars, roads, clothes, etc. we, the people, have to learn how to leverage interest by circulating our own script, lest we continue to be exploited by the usurious status quo (Rothchilds, BIS, IG Farben, Swiss banks, Bilderberg etc.).

    Interest, and pooling interest, these are the building blocks of everlasting wealth.

    (A bill is a contract. A bond is a bill. A consol is a perpetual bond.)

  2. The Beautiful Face of Jesus Amyntas from the Pisidian Antioch

    There is an unnoticed missing link in the history of Christianity. For Jesus all we have is memory, writes Bert Ehrman but this is a popular cliché that rests on a search that omits his name ‘Amen’ (Rev. iii.14). St. Paul was a great figure of history and the statement of the Encyclopedia Britannica; ‘There are no reliable sources for Paul’s life outside the New Testament’ is another admission of failure of the mainstream history; not only Jesus, all the Apostles and Evangelists also have been turned into ghosts. Strabo wrote that Amyntas adored the god Mēn whose temple at Anioch in Pisidia was his main center and this leads to the face of the Historical Jesus. Much has been made of Jesus’ tomb at the Church of the Holy Sepulture at

    Stele depicting Amyntas of Galatia at Antioch in Pisidia. Picture courtesy Wikipedia

    Jerusalem but this far from certain. Jesus taught at Jerusalem and may have been a learned person who knew Greek and Latin. He operated in Judea and Galilee and probably also in Egypt, Asia Minor and India where his relics should be sought. Christianity was influenced by Hellenistic religion but Hellenistic Judaism was more popular among the Diaspora Jews. Mary J. Chaignot wonders why Paul went to Antioch in Pisidia but curiously all the centers where Paul preached i.e Antioch-in-Pisidia, Iconium, Lystra, Derbe etc. were linked to an unknown Amen(tas) of Galatia, a namesake of Jesus. Stephen Mitchell calls him the greatest hero of Asia Minor but the Encyclopedia Britannica does not know him. Paul seems to have followed the footprints of this great hero Amyntas.
    Fortunately, in the ruins of the Pisidian Antioch one comes across a stele that appears to depict Amyntas of Galatia, holding a garland that leads to a bull’s head that was the symbol of Mēn. The cornstalk on the shoulder alludes to Attis. The grapes also have great religious significance. Amyntas who was a ‘son of god’ appears to be a missing link in the history of Christianity. Judaism has many facets and the Diaspora Jews far outnumbered the Jews of Palestine and many of them were in Asia Minor who accepted the primacy of Jerusalem. The main gospels are in Greek which was the language of Galatia, not Galilee. It is likely that Jesus was a Jew of the Diaspora who was active in Galilee.
    Strabo writes that the temple of Mēn at the Pisidian Anioch was destroyed by Augustus, who was mad about his title son of god. This must be related to the fact that Amyntas was not only a namesake of Jesus but was also a ‘son of god’. J. D. Crossan captured headlines by stating that the title ‘Son of God’ was used by Augustus before Jesus, and almost put Jesus in the dock but Amyntas was a ‘son of god’ who was elimiated by Augustus. Sir Ronald Syme saw through Augustus’ chicanery.

    Jesus ben Fabus, the High Priest of the Jerusalem Temple (30 – 24 BC)

    Jesus ben Fabus, the High Priest of the Jerusalem Temple during 30-24 BC, appears to be a ghost from the past due to Roman censorship and the deceptions of Josephus. The year 30 BC in which he was appointed was also the year in which John Hyrcanus II is said to have been killed. It is likely that this is linked to Herod’s meeting with Octavian the ‘son of god’ at Rhodes in 30 BC. Who made Jesus ben Fabus the High Priest of the Jerusalem Temple? Even if it was suggested by John Hyrcanus II it must have been approved by Herod who is a man of many contradictions. It is extremely important to note that Jesus ben Fabus was deposed in 24 BC which coincides with the fall of Amyntas of Galatia. Was the name of Jesus been Fabus intentionally changed from Amen ben Bagus by Josephus? Amyntas was the son of B(r)ogitarus and Adobogiona and thus can be called Amen ben Bagus or Jesus ben Bagus. Boga was a name of god. Bogitarus was slandered by Cicero but he was a protege of Clodius Pulcher, a mortal enemy of Cicero. Clodius Pulcher sympathized with the lot of slaves and the poor but Cicero denied the rights of the slaves.

  3. Part of

    will be a prayer section, another gem from

    A Hermetic prayer found at Nag Hammadi about sixty years ago which is dated to the second century AD, runs as follows:

    We give You thanks!
    Every soul and heart is stretched out to you.
    O name which cannot be troubled, honoured by the name ‘God’ and praised by the name ‘Father’.
    Your fatherly good-will, affection and love (extends) to everyone and to everything.
    And any teaching there may be that is sweet and plain bestows upon us mind, discourse, (and) perception.
    Mind (is bestowed) so that we may understand You;
    discourse, so that we may interpret You;
    perception, so that we may know You.
    We rejoice since we have received light from Your knowledge.
    We rejoice since You have shown us yourself.
    We rejoice because while we were in (the) body, You have made us gods through Your knowledge.
    The thanksgiving of the one who reaches to You is one thing: that we know You.
    We have known You, O noetic light.
    O life of life, we have known You.
    O womb of every sowing, we have known You.
    O womb pregnant with the form of the Father, we have known You.
    O eternal continuance of the Father who begets, we have greeted Your goodness.
    There is one wish that we ask: we wish to be preserved in knowledge.
    And there is one protection that we wish: that we do not slip in this kind of life.

  4. Amyntas, Jesus ben Fabus and the Jesus-John Duo of 30 BC

    As E. P. Sanders notes, the Gospels are pericopes which are not arranged in a chronological order. This suggests that John Hyrcanus II may have been John the Baptist. Jesus owed his eminence to John the Baptist who is widely recognized as a teacher of righteousness but is not known outside the gospels. R. Eisenman holds that Jesus’ brother James was the ‘Teacher of Righteousness’ and loses track of both Jesus and Paul. Paul calls greets Herodion which seems to be an allusion to Herod the great. Matthew asserts that Jesus was born ‘in the days of Herod the king’. E. P. Sanders warns ; “Even if we accept the general view that Jesus was born late in Herod’s lifetime, we still do not know the precise year.” It is pointless to hold that all the Gospel citations to Herod (~45) pertain to Antipas, who is named only once. If Amyntas was a younger contemporary of Herod the great and Jesus’ history becomes totally different if the citations are taken to refer to to him, not Antipas. If the doubtful association of Pontius Pilate in the life history of Jesus is rejected then his birth can be placed within

    Bronze Prutah of Hyrcanus II who may be the same as John the Baptist

    Herod’s lifetime (73BC-4BC). G. Doudna has also asserted that the ‘Teacher of Righteousness’ of the Dead Sea Scrolls was John Hyrcanus II. John the Baptist was a great teacher who is widely thought to have been linked to the Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Thus John Hyrcanus II now seems to be the same as John the Baptist. The Gospel duo of Jesus and John now appears to be a flashback of the duo of Jesus ben Fabus and John Hyrcanus II. Matthew’s data that Jesus and Mary had gone to Egypt appears to be a fact of history.

    (plenty of historical figures to dig into courtesy




    The Tao is like a well:
    used but never used up.
    It is like the eternal void:
    filled with infinite possibilities.

    It is hidden but always present.
    I don’t know who gave birth to it.
    It is older than God.

    (Note: in other translations. “God” here is actually a Chinese deity; so this passage is actually saying that the Tao or “consciousness” (“flow” “the path”) is older than any deified representations of God)


    When the great Tao is forgotten,
    goodness and piety appear.
    When the body’s intelligence declines,
    cleverness and knowledge step forth.
    When there is no peace in the family,
    filial piety begins.
    When the country falls into chaos,
    patriotism is born.


    Throw away holiness and wisdom,
    and people will be a hundred times happier.
    Throw away morality and justice,
    and people will do the right thing.
    Throw away industry and profit,
    and there won’t be any thieves.

    If these three aren’t enough,
    just stay at the center of the circle
    and let all things take their course.

    (This 19th verse might make people think that Lao Tzu was solipsistic, but this is a misunderstanding of the concept of zen. The idea is that we should let go of the various conditionings that have been imposed upon us, and that if we let in the breathe (“the Holy Spirit”), we will detach from ignorant concepts and intuition will reign, leading us to “the path of truth” aka Tao)

    1. The entire (written version of the) Tao can be read in one sitting. Ayn Rand gave us many truths but she had missed the link to Eastern philosophies of transcendence. If we fill in the gaps left by Rand, we can build Galt’s Gulch which I believe is nothing more than a network of cooperative plantations which are themselves connected by cooperative trade guilds. Each coOp shop is both a center for learning and for the production of goods and/or services. “Learn by teaching” / “work through learning” — radical notions of Union!

  6. I was told by a family friend, who had come from a farming background but then became an industrialist, that the Union was offer workers two core benefits: one of pension that would enable the workers’ children to go to college, and two of training that would enable workers (who so desired) to acquire better skills. This way, society, specifically the working class (which, it turns out, ends up being most of us), evolves. We can evolve practically and bring about *actual* Utopia, or we can remain frozen in the face of devolution.

    My high school biology teacher, Mr. Bowen, said evolution can best be studied by observing its failures. Similarly, to understand evolution (revolution) we should study devolution (coup).

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