Freemasonry and the links to Israel and the Zionist agenda are covered here as we do an overview of the overt and covert between Philippines and Zionist Freemasonry
Paganism and Christianity, the unlikely friends within Philippines culture. We look at how Freemasonry, paganism and Christianity are lunked and the driving force behind the hidden but massive occult force within Philippines
Witchcraft of the moon, the female practices of darkness are largely just that, for the female. Although almost all Witchcraft can be traced back to Kaballa, the Zohar and Lilith and practices that thrive in places like Quezon City Philippines and Greenwich Village NY with it's massive Halloween parade (the biggest in the world) it … Continue reading Unmasking the Succubi: A reflection for TODAY on the legend.
Whenever you see an aggressive or notable switching between "Lord", "God", "Jehovah" or any of the many names given in the Bible it's very important to remember that we were warned about this in scripture and in a more practical sense, why do we need to dance around names? Is not God, Christ and Jesus … Continue reading Mystic Philippines: Couples for Christ, the Covert Catholic Coven
Esoteric Philippines knowledge is so rich and full in running through the conflicted Eastern mysticism and Western Christian culture that the awkward duality of those two very different forces emerges in almost every walk of life. One rumour that turned out to be quite false was the famous Quabalistic (kaballa, kaballah, cobblers, shoemaker) Jewish director, … Continue reading Mystic Philippines: Iglesia ni Cristo, Baphomet, Freemasonry, Jehovah Witness and Disney
Philippines is a country ram full of thinly veiled masonic and JW architecture just hiding in plain sight. Jehovah Witness Watchtower buildings are dotted all around the vast country of the Philippines, an ancient secret now made open to a more tolerant world. From Qaballistic (kaballa, kaballa, cosmic cobbler) shoemaker town Marakina to the mouth … Continue reading Mystic Philippines: Masonic Jehovah Witness Watchtowers
The definitions for Pre-Christianity Philippines Witches: A. The first, called CATOLONAN, was either a man or a woman. This office was an honorable one among the natives, and was held ordinarily by people of rank, this rule being general in all the islands. – We know today that the Catalonan were the Tagalog equivalent of the Visayan Babaylan and functioned as a healer, shaman, … Continue reading Mystic Philippines: Philippines Pre-Christianity Paganism & Folk Witchcraft