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THE PAGAN JEWISH
KAPAROT OR CHAPAROT
Kaparot and Yom Kippur: Voodoo and Perjury in Judaism
What are the ancient pagan origins of this jewish ritual?
Yom Kippur, that glorious orgy of rabbinic self-congratulation, whereby the western world watches in awe as "pious Jews" beg their "god" for forgiveness, strive for righteousness and, in the run-up to the holy day, transfer their sins to a chicken.
Yes, you heard right: transfer their sins to a chicken.
But, mind you, it has to be a white chicken.
The practice of original kapores created a certain amount of controversy amongst the earliest rabbinical scholars. The Ramban, also known as Nachmanides, who lived from 1195 to 1270 C.E. criticized it as a superstitious practice of the Emorites, one of the neighboring pagan peoples to Israel. Later, Rabbi Joseph Karo (1488 - 1575 CE) also criticized the practice in the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law).
While there have been communities that do not practice the custom, eventually most of the Rabbinical authorities did support it and encouraged its practice. As such, kapores is practiced by many in both Sephardic and Ashkenazic communities.
For the non-Hebrew speaking, the Mishna lists things that idol worshipers use that you as a jew are not allowed to sell to them, for fear of facilitating their foreign practice. One of those things, the bolded words, "A WHITE ROOSTER"!!!
It is most stunning.
In Yom Kippur, be ready to see Talmudists shlugging (twirling) a chicken over their heads in the belief that by reciting the Mahzor prayers while doing so, they are transferring their sins to the chicken!
Kaparot is the pre-Yom Kippur voodoo that the media are reluctant to report. When they do report it they usually omit the twirling and the belief in sin transference to the unfortunate fowl. China's news agency, in covering the kaparot rites in Jerusalem this week, reduced them to nothing more than "the symbolic slaughter of chickens as an act of atonement."
Judaism's kaparot ritual is such a patently pagan rite that it has the power to shock even gullible goyim out of their hypnotic slumber. The first 40 seconds of this rare kaparot video features the actual chicken shlugging (the rest of the video shows believers dumping crumbs into the water, preceded by a cacophony of rabbinic clamor).
After the kaparot voodoo concludes, the perjurer's ceremony begins: on Yom Kippur the infamous rite of Kol Nidrei takes place, almost always explained away to the outside world as a blessed ritual of begging God for forgiveness for oaths that were violated, contracts that were broken and promises that were not kept in the past year.
The trouble is, that pious picture is a phony.
Kol Nidrei is actually a ceremony whereby: 1. all the perjury you will commit in the coming year and 2. all contracts you will sign and violate in the coming year, and 3. all the promises you will break in the coming year, are absolved, with no heavenly punishment accruing as a result. That's the actual reality of Yom Kippur's Kol Nidrei rite, and it's one reason why Yom Kippur is the best-attended of all of Judaism's synagogue ceremonies. Fraudsters like to have an edge and during Yom Kippur that entails making "God" a senior partner in the sting!
The truth about Yom Kippur's Kol Nidrei ritual is usually dismissed by the rabbis and their mouthpiece media as a "loathsome antisemitic canard." They hurl this accusation in the expectation that the public will not consult the documentation and will instead accept at face value the word of the godly rabbis and their American "news media."
The clever trick is that the lies that are retailed about Kol Nidrei are absolved by Kol Nidrei itself. It's a kind of invincible circuit that reinforces its own deceit. You have to pity people ensnared in this sordid charade of cajoling a "God" they call the CREATOR into helping them cheat!
Little of this harsh reality will surface in the next few days prior to Yom Kippur, however. Instead, the corporate media will spout warm and fuzzy shibboleths about Yom Kippur (here, here and here) as part of the sly masquerade by which Judaism ascends ever higher over the West.
Once again, Yahushua was right when he called Rabbis "the sons of Satan."