Did fallen angels help Jews write the Protocols of Zion?

Nephilim Protocols of Zion

By Timothy Fitzpatrick

The credibility of the infamous Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, an intricate and ingenious hundred-year-old blueprint for global domination, has stood the test of time against dismissive and deceitful charges.

Because of its implication of the Jewish money power, naturally, it has incurred the wrath of the Jewish-controlled press, academia, pseudo historians, heretics, and political pundits. It has been called everything from an anti-Semitic forgery written by the Russian secret police to a Vatican-shadow-written libel against Jewry. While these charges have little to no evidence, little has been said about its highly elaborate scheming and cunning word play. It’s comparable to almost any classic work in its imagination and mastery of plot. Works of such reputation are typically considered divinely inspired or of the vaporous odours from the bowels of hell.  The occult has worked through the medium of drama and literature for millennia, Shakespeare’s (kabbalist Sir Francis Bacon?) The Tempest, for example. On the other hand, pen and the stage have brought us messages from the divine, that is, from God, the Logos; the Holy Bible is the premier example. Christopher Marlowe’s exposition on the British Judeo-Masonic cryptocracy, Doctor Faustus, and Johann Andreas Eisenmenger’s stunning 17th century exposé of Judaism in Entdektes Judentum are just a couple of other example with regards to divine defense against the Judeo-Masonic plot. In modern times, the transparency of the threatre is even more apparent with today’s far less sophisticated forms of drama and writing.

Are the Protocols the work of genius Jewish minds?

DBP_1979_1030_Doctor_Johannes_FaustJews often boast of their supposed intelligence, and their lapdogs in the Evangelical Protestant pulpit do also. But just how smart are they? Could they have written the diabolically ingenious Protocols? Historically, the Jewish conspirators against Christ and His Church have been cabbalists, that is, practitioners of magic and divination, according to the Jewish unholy book, the Kabbalah, which is more revered than the Old Testament in Judaism. White magicians attempt to distort the devilry of their craft by claiming that they only summon good angels through their incantations. But the Church has always taught that if one summons spirits, regardless of intending to summon ‘good’ spirits, only evil spirits will manifest. Thus, is it unreasonable to conclude that anti-Christ Jews plotting the overthrown of the Christian Church in England, Europe, and Russia throughout history and especially during the time of the writing of the Protocols were guided by dark spirits—those whom they regularly summon up through their sorcery and wicked rituals?  This would make a lot of sense, because angels, even fallen ones, have knowledge far greater than men. And where there is superior knowledge, there is power, and this power is used to control others (Gnosticism and Freemasonry). For all we know, Sir Isaac Newton, a Jewish kabbalist and alchemist, could have received his scientific knowledge from the spirits he regularly conversed with. We do know that his mechanistic bias provided the foundation for the Jewish-Masonic Enlightenment and still lingers today in the form of modernism, materialism, and so-called skepticism. And what of all the other supposed great Jewish minds credited with bringing knowledge and innovation to the world? Where this knowledge hasn’t been outright stolen and forged from others, could they, too, have merely passed on what was relayed to them by their dark spirits?

With God inspiring the Holy Bible, Lucifer and his fallen angels answered back by inspiring the Babylonian Talmud, the Jewish Kabbalah, and blueprints like the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.

1Thessalonians 2:15 The Jews…who both killed the Lord Jesus, and their own prophets, and have persecuted us; and they please not God, and are contrary to all men:

Are the Jews capable of carrying out a 2,000-year plan all by themselves?

How is it that one group of people have, for generations, kept the plan outlined in the Protocols of Zion going on all these years? How have individual conspirators been able to contribute to it through the narrow vision of only one generation, which is about 70 years at best? It would take a great deal of vision, unification, and determination to carry out such an ambitious plot. Or perhaps, like the inspiration for the Protocols, the same dark spirits have guided the Jews as they execute every jot and tittle of the Protocols. The Protocols, published in 1905, work in two directions: they sum up history at the start of the Jewish-Masonic Enlightenment and French Revolution to the then-future Russian Revolution. But beyond that, the Protocols outline a plot that is completely consistent with the Jewish revolutionary spirit, which began as far back as the Pharisees who screamed for the crucifixion of our Lord Jesus Christ almost 2,000 years ago. Since Jesus’ coming, the Jews have worked tirelessly in attempting to overthrow His influence over the world. In truth, the Protocols are really only a snippet of their war strategy against Christ and His saints. If God ceased leading the Jews following the the sealing of the Old Covenant at the death of Christ, who is leading them now? Could it be that the elders of Zion acted as channellers of the Protocols, mediums for Satanic spirits?

In the Middle Ages, demonic interaction with mankind was widely known, thanks to the Church’s divine influence in the world. Today, due in part to Newton and his anti-spirit influence, angels and demons have been but completely forgotten. And this has aided the cryptocracy’s hold over mankind, for fallen angels are the hidden power behind world events today; they are the hidden power behind the Jewish-Masonic plot. The Book of Genesis as well as the non-canonical Book of Enoch seem to go so far as blaming the fallen angels for the fall of mankind…for all evil on Earth. Men seek these fallen angels out for knowledge in the hopes of using that knowledge to have power over others and to gratify their passions—a Faustian tradeoff.