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2024 MAR 01 The nexus with Abortion, Comprehensive Sexual Education, Transgenderism, and Planned Parenthood

Paganism, Satanism and the synergistic nexus to Abortion

The Pagan Cycle of Abortion: 2024

Jack Hibbs and Seth Gruber sit down to explore What does abortion, comprehensive sexual education, transgenderism, and Planned Parenthood all have to do with each other?


Satan would kill God if he could, but he can't so he kills babies instead.

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MORE ABOUT SETH GRUBER:

First gaining exposure during his college years, Seth founded and directed the Students for Life Club at Westmont College, a Christian liberal arts institution.

While there, he conducted educational displays on campus to challenge the institution for their refusal to take a formal position on abortion.

During the summer, Seth interned with a pro-life organization in Southern California, where he helped coordinate and conduct educational displays at over 10 universities and engaged with thousands of students on the topic of abortion.

Upon graduation, Seth joined Life Training Institute as a pro-life speaker.

He is now a nationally renowned speaker for life, the founder and president of The White Rose Resistance, and the host of the popular podcast “UnAborted.”


“without prejudice”

OPINIONS

The Nexus Between Satan, Satanic Rituals and Abortion

(ie child sacrifice) Is not new.

CHILD SACRIFICE 5,000+ YEARS AGO:

EVIDENCE OF CHILD SACRIFICE Human remains have been found in Turkey, which are believed to show evidence of child sacrifice some 5,000 years ago in an area known an as “the cradle of civilization.” They were found in a grave that dates back to between 3100 BCE and 2800 BCE and was found at the Bronze Age Başur Höyük cemetery in southeastern Turkey1

  • 5524 YEARS AGO. CANAANITE SOCIETY2

  • 5124 YEARS AGO. MESOPOTAMIAN SOCIETY3

  • 4624 YEARS AGO. SUMERIAN SOCIETY4

  • 4524 YEARS AGO. ASSYRIAN SOCIETY5

  • 3545 YEARS AGO. AZTEC SOCIETY6

  • 3524 YEARS AGO. MAYAN SOCIETY7

  • 3224 YEARS AGO. OLMEC SOCIETY8

  • 3224 YEARS AGO. GERMANIC PAGAN SOCIETY9

  • 3224 YEARS AGO. CELTIC SOCIETY10

  • 2824 YEARS AGO. PHOENICIAN SOCIETY11

  • 2824 YEARS AGO. CARTHAGINIAN SOCIETY12

  • 1124 YEARS AGO. PERUVIAN SOCIETY13

  • 0874 YEARS AGO. TOLTECS SOCIETY14

  • 0724 YEARS AGO. INCAN SOCIETY15


MUSHROOM SOCIETY

5784 YEARS SINCE DAY ONE. aka 2024 AD (CE)

Whilst the mushroom masses have sedated and placed in a comatose state being kept in a dark room connected to a Legacy Media drip-feed Line for compliancy to all forms of evil being practiced unopposed Abortion has been utterly normalised to the point that in 2024 full term abortion is a woman’s right and the child has been dehumanised to disguise what’s being done is 1st degree murder.


ANCIENT SCHOLARS.

That Attested to Ritual Child & Human Sacrificing  

  • Plutarch16: c. AD 46 – after AD 119)

  • Plato17: (c. 427 BCE – 348 BCE)

  • Theophrastus18: (c. 371 BCE – c. 287 BCE)

  • Sophocles19: (c. 497/496 BCE – winter 406/405 BCE)

  • Quintus Curtius Rufus20: 1st century AD

  • Tertullian21: c. 155 – c. 220 AD

  • Philo of Byblos22: c. 64 AD – 141 AD)

  • Cleitarchus23: 4th century BCE

  • Porphyry24: c. 234 – c. AD 305)


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2024 JAN 11 The Sanctity of the Unborn Abortion Agenda and nexus to the Satanic (Nexus - Abortion - Sacrifice - Satan) VIEW HERE


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ORIGINAL SOURCE

Interview: The Pagan Cycle of Abortion. New episode of the Jack Hibbs Podcast on the Real-Life Network: “The Pagan Cycle of Abortion” with special guest VIEW HERE

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{by: CNN | Published: 2018 Jul 13 | SEE URL: https://edition.cnn.com/2018/07/13/health/child-sacrifice-ancient-turkey/index.html ) }

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{The Canaanites circa 3500-1150 BCE followed the practice of sacrificing their first-born children to their gods. (https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/474370 ) }

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{The Mesopotamia 3100 and 2800 BCE 'There are various pieces of evidence which suggest that young people did not die accidentally or naturally - rather they were sacrificed. ( Başur Höyük Research Project.   https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/news/2018/june/new-evidence-of-ancient-child-sacrifice-found-in-turkey.html }

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{The Sumerians c. 2600–2450 BCE, dynasty at Ur, in that we find the king was very much at the mercy of the gods and magical rituals and sacrificed humans (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/abs/cambridge-world-history-of-violence/ritual-killing-and-human-sacrifice-in-the-ancient-near-east/15D2059982C482750124293D29EF55BA ) }{The Sumerians c. 2600–2450 BCE, dynasty at Ur, in that we find the king was very much at the mercy of the gods and magical rituals and sacrificed humans (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/abs/cambridge-world-history-of-violence/ritual-killing-and-human-sacrifice-in-the-ancient-near-east/15D2059982C482750124293D29EF55BA ) }

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{The Assyrians c. 2500 BCE to 605 BCE, texts are about child burnt sacrifice. As Smith shows, some of the Assyrian passages mention dedication distinctly from sacrifice. In other words, both dedication and sacrifice are found in the passages, but as separate practices.( https://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/display/document/obo-9780199791231/obo-9780199791231-0272.xml ) }

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{The Aztecs 1521- 1345 BCE practice of human sacrifice, including the sacrifice of children (https://www.eiu.edu/historia/Thoele.pdf ) }

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{(i) The Mayans 1500 BCE – 900CE, sacrifice of human life was the ultimate offering of blood to the gods, and the most important Maya rituals culminated in human sacrifice. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_sacrifice_in_Maya_culture ) (ii) Maya priests in the city of Chichen Itza in the Yucatan peninsula sacrificed children to petition the gods for rain and fertile fields by throwing them into sacred sinkhole caves, known as "cenotes." The caves served as a source of water for the Mayans and were also thought to be an entrance to the underworld (https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSWRI326808/) (iii) it is clear that the offering of children as part of the dedicatory activities that preceded the setting up of stelae was not uncommon at any time or place in the Maya lowlands." In 2005 a mass grave of one- to two-year-old sacrificed children was found in the Maya region of Comalcalco. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacrifice_in_Maya_culture#Child_sacrifice ) }

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{(i) 1200 – 400 BCE Yes, archaeological findings suggest that Olmecs performed human sacrifices. (https://homework.study.com/explanation/did-the-olmecs-perform-human-sacrifices.html  ) (ii) The Olmec were the first major civilization in Mexico. They lived in the tropical lowlands on the Gulf of Mexico in the present-day Mexican states of Veracruz and Tabasco. (https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/world-history/world-history-beginnings/ancient-americas/a/the-olmec-article ) }

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{(i) 1300 BCE and 800 BCE Evidence of human sacrifice by Germanic pagans before the Viking Age depend on archaeology and on a few accounts in Greco-Roman ethnography. Roman writer Tacitus reported the Suebians making human sacrifices to gods he interpreted as Mercury and Isis. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_sacrifice ) (ii) Germanic paganism or Germanic religion refers to the traditional, culturally significant religion of the Germanic peoples. With a chronological range of at least one thousand years in an area covering Scandinavia, the British Isles, modern Germany (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germanic_paganism ) }

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{"Human sacrifice was apparently a normal part of the Celtic rituals, especially of kings in hard times. The killings tend to be excessive in that more is done to the bodies than would be required to bring about their deaths. Bog bodies may have their throats cut, been stabbed in the heart, and have other cut marks. (https://www.dublincity.ie/library/blog/human-sacrifice-ancient-ireland ) }

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{The Phoenicians 800 BCE until 146 BCE sacrificed infants to their gods. Children – both male and female, and mostly a few weeks old – were sacrificed by the Carthaginians at locations known as Tophet’s. (https://www.ox.ac.uk/news/2014-01-23-ancient-carthaginians-really-did-sacrifice-their-children ) }

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{The Carthaginians 800 BCE until 146 BCE sacrificed infants to their gods. Children – both male and female, and mostly a few weeks old – were sacrificed by the Carthaginians at locations known as tophets. (https://www.ox.ac.uk/news/2014-01-23-ancient-carthaginians-really-did-sacrifice-their-children )}

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{The Chimú civilization 900 CE until 1470 CE [AD] inhabited northern Peru before they were conquered by the Inca. They built Chan Chan, the largest city in pre-Columbian South America. Archaeologists say the children were sacrificed to the Chimú gods in an attempt to end natural disasters linked with the El Niño phenomenon (https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/peru-child-sacrifice-archeology-scli-intl-scn/index.html ) }

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{The Toltecs 0950 CE to 1150 CE [AD] worshipped their gods through festivals, ceremonies, and human sacrifice. In some human sacrifices, the Toltecs removed the heads of those sacrificed and stored them on skull racks. The Toltecs believed these offerings would gain the gods' favor and mercy. (https://study.com/academy/lesson/toltec-religion-gods-temples-symbols.html ) (ii) The Toltec culture (/ˈtɒltɛk/) was a pre-Columbian Mesoamerican culture that ruled a state centered in Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico, during the Epiclassic and the early Post-Classic period of Mesoamerican chronology, reaching prominence from (950 CE to 1150 CE [AD]) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toltec ) }

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{The "Incas 1300 CE [AD] sacrifices often involved the child of a chief. The sacrificed child was thought of as a deity, ensuring a tie between the chief and the Inca emperor, who was considered a descendant of the Sun god. (https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/peru/worlds/sacrifice1.html ) Qhapaq hucha was the Inca practice of human sacrifice, mainly using children. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_sacrifice_in_pre-Columbian_cultures# ) }

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{ABOUT: Plutarch (/ˈpluːtɑːrk/; Greek: Πλούταρχος, Ploútarchos; Koinē Greek: [ˈplúːtarkʰos]; c. AD 46 – after AD 119) was a Greek Middle Platonist philosopher, historian, biographer, essayist, and priest at the Temple of Apollo in Delphi. He is known primarily for his Parallel Lives, a series of biographies of illustrious Greeks and Romans, and Moralia, a collection of essays and speeches. Upon becoming a Roman citizen, he was possibly named Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus (Λούκιος Μέστριος Πλούταρχος). | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutarch } {QUOTE: "Again, would it not have been far better for the Carthaginians to have taken Critias or Diagoras to draw up their law-code at the very beginning, and so not to believe in any divine power or god, rather than to offer such sacrifices as they used to offer to Cronos? These were not in the manner that Empedocles describes in his attack on those who sacrifice living creatures: "Changed in form is the son beloved of his father so pious,Who on the altar lays him and slays him. What folly!" No, but with full knowledge and understanding they themselves offered up their own children, and those who had no children would buy little ones from poor people and cut their throats as if they were so many lambs or young birds; meanwhile the mother stood by without a tear or moan; but should she utter a single moan or let fall a single tear, she had to forfeit the money, and her child was sacrificed nevertheless; and the whole area before the statue was filled with a loud noise of flutes and drums so that the cries of wailing should not reach the ears of the people." ( Moralia 2, De Superstitione 3 ) }

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{ABOUT: Plato (/ˈpleɪtoʊ/ PLAY-toe; Greek: Πλάτων), born Aristocles (Ἀριστοκλῆς; c. 427 – 348 BC), was an ancient Greek philosopher of the Classical period who is considered a foundational thinker in Western philosophy and an innovator of the written dialogue and dialectic forms. He raised problems for what became all the major areas of both theoretical philosophy and practical philosophy, and was the founder of the Platonic Academy, a philosophical school in Athens where Plato taught the doctrines that would later become known as Platonism. | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plato } {QUOTE: "With us, for instance, human sacrifice is not legal, but unholy, whereas the Carthaginians perform it as a thing they account holy and legal, and that too when some of them sacrifice even their own sons to Cronos, as I daresay you yourself have heard."  (Minos 315)}

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{ABOUT: Theophrastus (/ˌθiː.əˈfræstəs/; Ancient Greek: Θεόφραστος, romanized: Theóphrastos, lit. 'godly phrased'; c. 371 – c. 287 BC) was a Greek philosopher and the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school. He was a native of Eresos in Lesbos. His given name was Τύρταμος (Túrtamos); his nickname Θεόφραστος (Theóphrastos) was given by Aristotle, his teacher, for his "divine style of expression". | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theophrastus } {QUOTE: "And from then on to the present day they perform human sacrifices with the participation of all, not only in Arcadia during the Lykaia and in Carthage to Kronos, but also periodically, in remembrance of the customary usage, they spill the blood of their own kin on the altars, even though the divine law among them bars from the rites, by means of perirrhanteria and the herald's proclamation, anyone responsible for the shedding of blood in peacetime." (fragment in Eusebius, Praeparatio evangelica 1.10.44=4.16.11)}

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{ABOUT: Sophocles (c. 497/496 – winter 406/405 BC) was an ancient Greek tragedian, known as one of three from whom at least one play has survived in full. His first plays were written later than, or contemporary with, those of Aeschylus; and earlier than, or contemporary with, those of Euripides. For almost fifty years, Sophocles was the most celebrated playwright in the dramatic competitions of the city-state of Athens which took place during the religious festivals of the Lenaea and the Dionysia. He competed in thirty competitions, won twenty-four, and was never judged lower than second place. Aeschylus won thirteen competitions and was sometimes defeated by Sophocles; Euripides won four. | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophocles } {QUOTE: ". . . was chosen as a . . . sacrifice for the city. For from ancient times the barbarians have had a custom of sacrificing human beings to Kronos.”}

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{ABOUT: Quintus Curtius Rufus (/ˈkwɪntəs ˈkɜːrʃiəs ˈruːfəs/) was a Roman historian, probably of the 1st century, author of his only known and only surviving work, Historiae Alexandri Magni, "Histories of Alexander the Great", or more fully Historiarum Alexandri Magni Macedonis Libri Qui Supersunt, "All the Books That Survive of the Histories of Alexander the Great of Macedon." Much of it is missing. Apart from his name on the manuscripts, nothing else certain is known of him. This fact alone has led philologists to believe that he had another historical identity, to which, due to the accidents of time, the link has been broken. A few theories exist. They are treated with varying degrees of credibility by various authors. Meanwhile, the identity of Quintus Curtius Rufus, historian, is maintained separately. | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quintus_Curtius_Rufus } {QUOTE: "Some even proposed renewing a sacrifice which had been discontinued for many years, and which I for my part should believe to be by no means pleasing to the gods, of offering a freeborn boy to Saturn —this sacrilege rather than sacrifice, handed down from their founders, the Carthaginians are said to have performed until the destruction of their city—and unless the elders, in accordance with whose counsel everything was done, had opposed it, the awful superstition would have prevailed over mercy. But necessity, more inventive than any art, introduced not only the usual means of defence, but also some novel ones." History of Alexander IV.III.23}

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{ABOUT: Tertullian (/tərˈtʌliən/; Latin: Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus; c. 155 – c. 220 AD) was a prolific early Christian author from Carthage in the Roman province of Africa. He was the first Christian author to produce an extensive corpus of Latin Christian literature and was an early Christian apologist and a polemicist against heresy, including contemporary Christian Gnosticism. Tertullian has been called "the father of Latin Christianity", as well as "the founder of Western theology". | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tertullian } {QUOTE: "In Africa infants used to be sacrificed to Saturn, and quite openly, down to the proconsulate of Tiberius, who took the priests themselves and on the very trees of their temple, under whose shadow their crimes had been committed, hung them alive like votive offerings on crosses; and the soldiers of my own country are witnesses to it, who served that proconsul in that very task. Yes, and to this day that holy crime persists in secret." Apology 9.2-3}

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{ABOUT: Philo of Byblos (Ancient Greek: Φίλων Βύβλιος, Phílōn Býblios; Latin: Philo Byblius; c. 64 – 141), also known as Herennius Philon, was an antiquarian writer of grammatical, lexical and historical works in Greek. He is chiefly known for his Phoenician history assembled from the writings of Sanchuniathon.| SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philo_of_Byblos } {QUOTE: "Among ancient peoples in critically dangerous situations it was customary for the rulers of a city or nation, rather than lose everyone, to provide the dearest of their children as a propitiatory sacrifice to the avenging deities. The children thus given up were slaughtered according to a secret ritual. Now Kronos, whom the Phoenicians call El, who was in their land and who was later divinized after his death as the star of Kronos, had an only son by a local bride named Anobret, and therefore they called him Ieoud. Even now among the Phoenicians the only son is given this name. When war’s gravest dangers gripped the land, Kronos dressed his son in royal attire, prepared an altar and sacrificed him.}

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{ABOUT: Cleitarchus or Clitarchus (Greek: Κλείταρχος) was one of the historians of Alexander the Great. Son of the historian Dinon of Colophon, he spent a considerable time at the court of Ptolemy Lagus. He was active in the mid to late 4th century BCE. | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleitarchus } {QUOTE: "And Kleitarchos says the Phoenicians, and above all the Carthaginians, venerating Kronos, whenever they were eager for a great thing to succeed, made a vow by one of their children. If they would receive the desired things, they would sacrifice it to the god. A bronze Kronos, having been erected by them, stretched out upturned hands over a bronze oven to burn the child. The flame of the burning child reached its body until, the limbs having shrivelled up and the smiling mouth appearing to be almost laughing, it would slip into the oven. Therefore, the grin is called “sardonic laughter,” since they die laughing."}

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{ABOUT: Porphyry of Tyre (/ˈpɔːrfɪri/; Greek: Πορφύριος, Porphýrios; c. 234 – c. AD 305) was a Neoplatonic philosopher born in Tyre, Roman Phoenicia during Roman rule. He edited and published The Enneads, the only collection of the work of Plotinus, his teacher. | SEE URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porphyry_(philosopher) } {QUOTE: "The Phoenicians too, in great disasters whether of wars or droughts, or plagues, used to sacrifice one of their dearest, dedicating him to Kronos. And the ‘Phoenician History,’ which Sanchuniathon wrote in Phoenician and which Philo of Byblos translated into Greek in eight books, is full of such sacrifices."}

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