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The banking cartel has taken the debt to record levels because it is preparing for a record trawl. It is the vehicle for the Illuminati families to create the chaos from which they can offer their solution - a new global economic system which gives them more control than ever before. They want this eventually to be administered by a world central bank via a single world currency that would be purely electronic with no cash in circulation at all.David Icke's Newsletter, March 23, 2008
Originally posted by Nyhee
Now, a search on his name and beginnings leads into him forming a group that infiltrated the freemasons, to indoctrinate them into the illuminati. But what really intrigued me was his name change. Why Rothschild, or in Germanic, Rotsild. I realized that his name change may have meant, Roth's Child.
Looking up ancient Gods named Roth, it leads one to Astaroth. And from there, the black magic, the demon worship, the dark evil plotting, the connections to Baal, who was considered Astarti's, or Astaroth's female counterpart, all makes a sickening and lurid sense.
Check out the demon Astaroth's wiki page, the star, and the symbols connected with him/her, one of the animal symbols is a phoenix. Yeah, interesting, no?
We know that Isak, son of Elchanan, built a house in the 1560s known as "zum roten Schild" ("the red shield"), presumably after some kind of shield of the sort often hung at the front of houses. It was common enough for residents of the Judengasse to become known by their addresses. However, Isak's grandson Naftali Herz (who died in 1685) left the house with the red shield and moved to another house, "zur Hinterpfann" ("the warming pan"). The Rothschilds could thus conceivably have become known as the "Hinterpfanns." As it was, although Naftali Herz's son, grandson and great-grandson continued to use the name "Rothschild," they also used the name "Bauer." It was probably only in the next generation--Mayer Amschel's--that the name Rothschild stuck firmly as a surname, though even he might possibly have changed it again when he moved to another house known as "zum grunen Schild" ("the green shield")