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Why are there obelisks in Vatican City (St. Peter's Basilica), Washington DC (The Washington Monument); London England....
The Synagogue of Satan is worhips the phallus. This is the cult of Shiva; Molech; YHWH.
The Old Testament has been deliberately mistranslated.
For example: Genesis 28:16: "And Jacob rose up early in the morning, and took the stone that he had put for his pillows, and set it up for a pillar,
and poured oil upon the top of it."
Pillar = Hebrew "matsebah" (MASTURBATE)
Oil = Hebrew "semen" (SEMEN; SPERM)
The actual translation should read: "And Jacob's penis had an early rising and he masturbated pouring semen over (himself)."
Strong's Hebrew #4676:
MATSEBAH: a pillar, obelisk, stump, erection
Original Word: מַצֵּבָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (mats-tsay-baw')
Short Definition: pillar
1. a. pillar, as monument, personal memorial 2 Samuel 18:18 (twice in verse).
b. a stone, set up (שׂים, הציב), and anointed as memorial of divine appearance Genesis 28:18,22; Genesis 31:13 (all E), Genesis 35:14 (J); so
also Genesis 33:20
c. especially of sacred stones or pillars in connection with altar, erected (בנה) by Moses Exodus 24:4 (E; 12 pillars), Hosea 3:4; Hosea 10:1,2;
Isaiah 19:19; conjecture also 2 Kings 12:10 for ᵑ0 מִזְבֵּחַ StaZAW v (1885), 296 NowArchaeology l.c., but dubious, see Benzon the passage;
(usually + אֲשֵׁרִים etc.): of Canaanites Exodus 23:24 (E), Exodus 34:13 (J), Deuteronomy 7:5; Deuteronomy 12:3 compare הַבַּלְַ ׳מ
2 Kings 3:2; 2 Kings 10:26,27; Tyre, עֻזֵּךְ ׳מ, Ezekiel 26:11, of obelisks of Heliopolis in Egypt
Now, if we consult a modern dictionary of etymology regarding the origin of the word, "masturbate", we find a deliberate obscuring of the truth:
"1711 AD (earlier as mastupration, 1620s), from Fr. masturbation and directly from Mod.L. masturbationem (nom. masturbatio), noun of action from pp.
stem of L. masturbari "to masturbate." The long-standing speculation is that this Latin word is altered (probably by influence of turbare "to stir
up") from *manstuprare, from manu, ablative of manus "hand" (see manual) + stuprare "defile" (oneself), from stuprum "defilement, dishonor," related
to stupere "to be stunned, stupefied" (see stupid)."
"Matzah balls", the Ashkenazic traditional meal is a tribute to testicles.
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