By Henry Makow Ph.D
“How can one chase a thousand, and two put ten thousand to flight unless… God had delivered them into enemy hands?” Deuteronomy 32:30
“Either convert to Islam or die.” This was the choice the Turkish Sultan put to Sabbatai Zevi, self-proclaimed Jewish “Messiah” in 1666.
By only pretending to convert, Zevi resorted to a common practice. But Zevi was not an ordinary Jew. He led a popular heresy, based on a satanic strain of Cabalism. The rabbis had denounced him and his followers.
After his “conversion,” over a million followers, who later included financiers like the Rothschilds, imitated his example. But they didn’t just pretend to be Muslims or Christians. They pretended to be Jews as well.
Communist defector Bella Dodd revealed that during the 1930’s the Communist Party had 1100 members join the Catholic…
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