Jeffrey Epstein: Sabbatean Frankist Cover-Up?
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After watching most of that video, I am astounded at how much deeper this goes. I was at the point of the elites being involved in the occult and satanism, but 'redemption through sin' makes so much more sense.
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(08-30-2019, 08:31 AM)Augustinian Wrote: After watching most of that video, I am astounded at how much deeper this goes. I was at the point of the elites being involved in the occult and satanism, but 'redemption through sin' makes so much more sense.

Yes, it struck me similarly. In a very cursive way, it is curious, but easy to brush off, but if one gets into the details, like listening to the entirety of the video, one gets an introduction into a cult that is one of the most nefarious of intent on the planet.

Shocking to me and to the core. Their existence is horrid on its own, but the depth of the influences is really disturbing.
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