Nevertheless - there is occultic meaning in it:
Tel Aviv Speaks: “Palmyra Must Be Destroyed”
A laptop computer seized in a raid on an ISIS stronghold last Saturday may well have exposed a bizarre plot right out of Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones. Analysis may yield evidence of a strange “brotherhood” connecting cults within not only Israel but the US and European freemasonry to the planned destruction of two religious sites, one very real, the al Aqsa Mosque on the Holy Mount in Jerusalem and the second, the mythological Second Temple of Suleiman or Solomon, son of King David of Israel.
The story encompasses more than a minor dose of the supernatural, armies of demonic genies building temples and a melding of Masonic-Templar myth with Zionist expansionism and Christian “Dominionists” Apocalypse heresy.
The Fall of Palmyra
The ISIS drive on the ancient city of Palmyra has a special significance, according to documents seized on May 16, 2015 by Syrian Special Forces units in a near dawn attack on al Mayadin, along the Euphrates River.
The al Mayadin attack, simultaneous to an American attack only a few miles further north along the Euphrates, brought both nations a trove of vital intelligence. Documents found on a laptop used by a top ISIS commander showed direct communications via “social networks” with Israel, but that isn’t all that surprising nor is it what is of real significance. The message received from Israel had several startling elements:
Orders for the ISIS drive that took Palmyra came from Israel but also reference “the freemasons,” a group whose historical origins are tied to the Knights Templars, a religious and military organization believed to have discovered the First Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem and to have looted its gold and artifacts.
The document orders ISIS to find and destroy the Second Temple of Solomon to be found in Palmyra, long the subject of “fringe” archeology, and thought to be a mythological site built by superhuman beings or even extraterrestrials.
The document goes further, indicating that Israel will destroy the al Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest site in Islam that has been under attack by Israeli settlers in recent weeks.
ISIS’ Mysterious Successes
The ISIS drive on Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage site and an incomparable archeological treasure was carefully coordinated with a drive that took the Iraqi city of Ramadi and a Turkish backed drive on Aleppo by Al Nusra. All three operations were totally unhindered by US and “coalition” air attacks, curiously so. Moreover, reports from Ramadi of American C130 aircraft resupplying ISIS units have multiple confirmation despite US denials. When questioned about this, US Army Special Forces representatives blamed Iran for spreading the rumor as part of a psychological operations ploy despite the fact that the US had previously admitted to “accidentally” resupplying ISIS forces near the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani. The Kobani “accidents” happened several time over a period of days during the height of the battle there.
Biblical Origins of Palmyra
Today, the world fears the destruction of Palmyra but, if what is foretold in the intelligence captured Saturday is correct, destroying Palmyra or perhaps just the Temple of Solomon, real or imaginary, is intended to bring about a far more serious consequence, a world war leading to the apocalypse, “Armageddon.” From Wikipedia:
The Hebrew Bible (Second Book of Chronicles 8:4) records “Tadmor” as a desert city built or fortified by King Solomon of Israel, it is likewise mentioned in Talmud. Flavius Josephus mentions the Greek name “Palmyra” and also attributes the founding of “Tadmor” to Solomon in his Antiquities of the Jews (Book VIII).Later Islamic traditions attributes the founding of the city to the Jinn of Solomon.
King Solomon was the son of King David and the founder of “Greater Israel,” believed by many Israeli’s to represent their “birthright,” a nation from “the Nile to the Euphrates.” Current ISIS operations, clearly established to have not only broad both military and humanitarian support from Israel but Christian Evangelist/Tea Party groups within the US as well, are seeking to link the Euphrates to Israel.
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