Archive for the ‘Voodoo’ Category

Judaic ‘Repentance’ Voodoo 2012/5773

September 27, 2012

“This is my exchange, this is my substitute, this is my expiation. This chicken shall go to death and I shall proceed to a good, long life and peace.”

Judaism’s version of repentance: An infant has its ‘sins transferred’ to a chicken

Pope Greets His Brother Rabbis for their Lying, Voodoo Holidays

October 4, 2011
Lying (HERE), Voodoo (HERE, HERE) Judaism which the Pope wants to draw you closer to. Pope Benedict’s brother Rabbi Di Segni, inter alia,  republished the “Toledoth Jeshu” which makes a mockery of Jesus Christ who the Pope claims to represent.

Pope Offers Rosh Hashanah Greetings

JTA

October 02, 2011

Pope Benedict XVI sent out a High Holidays message auguring peace, justice and friendship in the Jewish New Year.

In a message addressed to Rome’s chief rabbi, [and liar] Riccardo Di Segni, the pope expressed his hope that “these important feasts may be an occasion for many blessings from on high, and a source of infinite grace.”

The pope added, “May the desire grow in all of us to promote justice and peace in the world, which has great need of authentic witnesses of truth. May God in his goodness protect the Jewish community and allow us to deepen our friendship, both here in Rome and all over the world.”

http://www.forward.com/articles/143757/

Benedict’s Elder Brothers and their Voodoo Ritual

September 20, 2007
Ultra-Orthodox Jews performing the “kapparot.”

The ancient [kapparot] ceremony involves swinging a live chicken overhead in a ritual transference of the person’s sins in preparation for the day of atonement. It may be performed anytime between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. (“Court rules ‘kapparot’ ritual violates animal slaughter laws,” Amiram Cohen and Yair Ettinger, Haaretz, September 18, 2007)

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/904943.html

“An animal used as a sort of vicarious sacrifice on the day previous to the Day of Atonement. As a rule, a cock is taken by a male, and a hen by a female person, and after the recitation of Ps. cvii. 17-20 and Job xxxiii. 23-24 the fowl is swung around the head three times while the right hand is put upon the animal’s head. At the same time the following is thrice said in Hebrew: “This be my substitute, my vicarious offering, my atonement. This cock [or hen] shall meet death, but I shall find a long and pleasant life of peace!” After this the animal is slaughtered and given to the poor, or, what is deemed better, is eaten by the owners while the value of it is given to the poor.” (Jewish Encyclopedia, “kapparah”)
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=101&letter=K

Benedict’s Elder Brothers and their Voodoo Ritual

September 20, 2007
Ultra-Orthodox Jews performing the “kapparot.”

The ancient [kapparot] ceremony involves swinging a live chicken overhead in a ritual transference of the person’s sins in preparation for the day of atonement. It may be performed anytime between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. (“Court rules ‘kapparot’ ritual violates animal slaughter laws,” Amiram Cohen and Yair Ettinger, Haaretz, September 18, 2007)

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/904943.html

“An animal used as a sort of vicarious sacrifice on the day previous to the Day of Atonement. As a rule, a cock is taken by a male, and a hen by a female person, and after the recitation of Ps. cvii. 17-20 and Job xxxiii. 23-24 the fowl is swung around the head three times while the right hand is put upon the animal’s head. At the same time the following is thrice said in Hebrew: “This be my substitute, my vicarious offering, my atonement. This cock [or hen] shall meet death, but I shall find a long and pleasant life of peace!” After this the animal is slaughtered and given to the poor, or, what is deemed better, is eaten by the owners while the value of it is given to the poor.” (Jewish Encyclopedia, “kapparah”)
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=101&letter=K

Benedict’s Elder Brothers and their Voodoo Ritual

September 20, 2007
Ultra-Orthodox Jews performing the “kapparot.”

The ancient [kapparot] ceremony involves swinging a live chicken overhead in a ritual transference of the person’s sins in preparation for the day of atonement. It may be performed anytime between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. (“Court rules ‘kapparot’ ritual violates animal slaughter laws,” Amiram Cohen and Yair Ettinger, Haaretz, September 18, 2007)

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/904943.html

“An animal used as a sort of vicarious sacrifice on the day previous to the Day of Atonement. As a rule, a cock is taken by a male, and a hen by a female person, and after the recitation of Ps. cvii. 17-20 and Job xxxiii. 23-24 the fowl is swung around the head three times while the right hand is put upon the animal’s head. At the same time the following is thrice said in Hebrew: “This be my substitute, my vicarious offering, my atonement. This cock [or hen] shall meet death, but I shall find a long and pleasant life of peace!” After this the animal is slaughtered and given to the poor, or, what is deemed better, is eaten by the owners while the value of it is given to the poor.” (Jewish Encyclopedia, “kapparah”)
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=101&letter=K