Conspiracy Theory Review-Analysis; Our Hidden Rulers are Phoenician
Last Updated on April 20, 2022 by Hamad Subani
Part Five: More Spook Puns
Gerry starts Part Five by further analyzing punnery in the Bible, this time also going into Arabic and Aramaic root words, and not just Hebrew. Of course and as always, his conclusions are open to interpretation. Consider this “riddle verse” in the Bible,
So that day Jacob blessed them and said: “By you shall Israel pronounce this blessing: ‘May God make you like Ephraim and Manasseh.’” So he put Ephraim before Manasseh. Genesis 48:20
I will save you his thorough and convincing analysis, but this is his conclusion:
If this riddle is purely about finance, then it means “payback comes before annulment” of credit. That is of course the natural order. But if it’s a riddle about cryptocracy then it may mean that the “disguise comes before the deception”, i.e. the true rulers should always conceal themselves properly before running their grand-scale scams. If Ephraim’s plural -im form is any indication, it may even pun with -um for “them”, meaning us commoners: “Always blind them before the exaction begins.”
The proliferation of the name “Levy” among present day Spooks may be related to their families once being moneylenders. It translates into “to join,” as in a contract.
So, while there are other speculated derivations for lwy, the one from lwh makes perfect sense. And it also explains why rich aristocratic moneylenders love to call themselves Levi, Levison, Levinsky and so forth, as one meaning of the word is simply moneylender. In addition to the gazillion of recognizable variants, there are also strange transcriptions like Lehman, perhaps Livingstone(see Levistone& Levingstone). Levite “lion” names like Löw, Loew, Loebmay be yet another explanation for heraldic lions. CTTF commenters also suggested Russian Lev, Dutch Leeuw, Welsh Llew, Danish Løve. All may be bankster puns, and derived from Semitic Lavi, though the “evidenceis not clear”. Check out the full Wikipedia list of “Levite” surnames.
Adding a Hebrew suffix to Levy changes its meaning to wreath, which as you may be aware, is created by joining the two ends of a string or branch, to create a circle (or a contract?). To quote Gerry,
So were all the laurel-crowned emperors actual “aggressive” militarists, or really bankers in charge of “expenses”? Perhaps both, as the former’s activity is the latter’s profit? At least the wreath awarded in sports can be explained as a harmless joke with the basic Semitic lwh meaning “to join”: the winner of a race is the first who joins 2 ends by completing the round.
Were the Phoenicians also behind the pun involving the wreath supposedly placed on the head of Jesus? (Note: this may have never happened; just some punnery added to the narrative). Since it was a wreath of thorns, I suppose it hints at their anger or disapproval.
Remember the secret “bee leaders” we encountered in Part One? Gerry argues that the real meaning of the word Yahud (with which the word Jew is associated) may from the Arabic word hidya, which means “way how something goes.” His interpretation is that secret leaders became the way things went in all cultures and all ages. Then there is the Hebrew interpretation of the root word yd:
yd: hand, arms, authority, control, creditor, debt, leadership, possession, power
In Egyptian, this word is represented by a hand glyph.
To quote Gerry,
Among the 1000 other derived meanings for yd, we also find the following: authority, bounty, command, control, creditor, custody, debt, force, guarantor, human agency, leadership, possess, possession, power, responsible, rule, seized. Particularly, the word for “debt” in Nehemiah 10:31 is written as yad, a hand. This is likely derived from the debtor being in the “hands” of the creditor.[…..]
More curiously, the word “creditor” in Deuteronomy 15:2 is written baal-mosheh-yadu which means “lord-loan-hand”, probably the “owner possessing the loan”. So, our “bees” & “hands” are not only “leaders”, but also generally “possessors” & “creditors”, once again. We can see that bankster aristocrats would love to cloak themselves with that word.[…..]
There is also uncanny “hand” symbolism used throughout the ages. The most prolific are the hands on Carthaginian grave steles. I bet we’d find them in the Levant too if it hadn’t been purged of all imagery. It’s often called “Hand of Tanit”, but there’s never any “Tanit” attached.[…..]
One very special derivation from the Phoenician hand may be the Hamsa amulet, a hand-eye combination widely used in Jewish & Islamic folklore culture, and also speculated to be of Phoenician origin. In addition to their hand steles, the Phoenicians also had hand amulets, but more famous are their eye amulets: the older Eye of Horu s amulets and the modern Nazar amulets, the latter named after the “observer” nṣr root from part 1, which spread the term “Nazar” as far as Persia & India. Sadly, Wikipedia recently deleted those links to Phoenicia , probably in response to our research.
The hand “leader” pun seen as an upheld arm on Phoenician steles may also be the explanation for the mysteriously unexplained Roman salute, which allegedly spawned the Nazi salute & Bellamy salute, but was curiously not widely used, depicted or described in Ancient Rome. Most of the few references are from Trajan’s column, where it is analyzed to be a gesture not known to everyone.
To further quote Gerry,
As for the hand, there’s gazillions of other possible references. Miles immediately saw that the hand pun explains the Texan “Howdy” greeting, and the hand-in-vest gesture used by top spooks like Napoleon, Washington, Marx, Stalin, who all hail from crypto-“Jewish” in-sider in-vestor families.