Monday, April 15, 2013

Boston Bombings an occult ritual sacrifice? (bloody games?)

"Fordicidia was "beyond doubt one of the oldest sacrificial rites in Roman religion.
In ancient Roman religion, the Fordicidia was a festival of fertility, held April 15, that pertained to farmingand animal husbandry. It involved the sacrifice of a pregnant cow to Tellus, the ancient Roman goddess of the Earth, in proximity to the festival of Ceres (Cerialia) on April 19.[1]

The late Republican scholar Varro explains the name of the festival as follows:
The Fordicidia was named from fordae cows; a forda cow is one that is carrying an unborn calf; because on this day several pregnant cows are officially and publicly sacrificed in the curiae, the festival was called the Fordicidia from fordae caedendae, 'the pregnant cows which were to be slaughtered.'[5]"

there is a Ceres in Boston connected to earth worship:

"Ceres, a non-profit organization, is an advocate for sustainability leadership. Ceres mobilizes a network of investors, companies and public interest groups to accelerate and expand the adoption of sustainable business practices and solutions to build a healthy global economy.
Founded in 1989, Ceres' core mission is to mobilize investor and business leadership to build a thriving, sustainable global economy.
In 2007, Ceres was named one of the 100 most influential players in corporate governance by Directorship magazine.[1] Ceres was a recipient of the Skoll Foundation Award for Social Entrepreneurship in 2006,[2] as well as a recipient of the Fast Company Social Capitalist Awards in 2008.[3]
Ceres is based in BostonMassachusetts ...
First published in the fall of 1989, the Ceres Principles are a 10-point code of corporate environmental ideals to be publicly endorsed by companies as an environmental mission statement or ethic.[4] 
The 10 Ceres Principles are:
  • Protection of the biosphere
  • Sustainable use of natural resources
  • Reduction and disposal of wastes
  • Energy conservation
  • Risk reduction
  • Safe products and services
  • Environmental restoration
  • Informing the public
  • Management commitment
  • Audits and reports"
..."this burnt offering (Cerialia) was called Holocaust.
Hitler changed 'MayDay' to Cerialia. 

On April 19th 1943 the Nazis commenced to burn the Warsaw ghetto to the ground. Using tanks with flame-throwers "a whole burnt offering of a pregnant cow" they proceeded forth to burn men, women and children. Exactly fifty years later to the day on

April 19th 1993: Waco, Texas, Branch Davidian Complex was burned to the ground - using tanks and flamethrowers burning men, women and children.

Also April 19 (1995): Federal building in Oklahoma City exploded.  (from John D. Christian - "Gladiator - Witchcraft, Propaganda and the rise of the world hero", chapter eight: HOLOCAUST (APRIL 15-.19) .pp 63.68

update: "But following the first reports of explosions at today’s Boston Marathon, the minds of many flashed upon the ending of the 2010 film Four Lions, in which a small group of terrorists target the London Marathon". (LINK)

from the book of john d. christian (p.64): "Roman pagan Fordicia is the same feast as the feast of "Ishtar", consecrated to the mother-earth goddess "Ishtar" of Babylon...(In Babylon, Ishtar was symbolized by a LION - that is why commodus clothed himself in a lion's skin in the Temple of the Earth). The FOUR great Roman feasts..."


Interesting enough John D. Christians next book was about Prince Charles, the Coming Green Prince of Sustainability, and in so connecting Boston with London...

April 15:
1865 Abraham Lincoln dies from John Wilkes Booth’s assassination bullet.
1877 1st telephone installed Boston-Somerville MA
1896 1st Olympic games close at Athens, Greece
1912 The British luxury liner Titanic sinks at 2:27 am after colliding with an iceberg; it is among the worst maritime disasters in history, with over 1,500 dead. 
1952 Franklin National Bank issues 1st bank credit card.
1989 In Sheffield, England, 93 people were killed and 180 were injured at a soccer game at Hillsborough Stadium when a crowd surged into an overcrowded standing area....

stay tuned!

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