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Postby ganglere » 4 years 11 months ago (Thu Apr 23, 2015 1:25 pm)

Good evening ladies and gentlemen!

Taking a look at the “facts” of witch trials, as they developed in the seventeenth century, I cannot help but find it amazing, that they were in fact, remarkably consistent.

Transport: by air, riding a broomstick or animal of choice.

Place: an isolated place, a mountain, a forest or an open field.

Attending: The Devil, with accompanying lesser demons.

Activity: black Sabbath, mocking the Christian faith and ceremonies, followed by eating (preferably flesh from children) and drinking alcoholic beverages, followed by an all-out orgy involving the witches and all the said demons.

Naturally, I don’t believe in such nonsense, no matter how consistent it may appear, but now, to the point I would like to make:

How consistent is the holocaust narrative in this respect?

Let’s for simplicity’s sake only concentrate upon how the Jews were supposed to get murdered.

Auschwitz: burned alive in large pits (Elie Weisel, from Night 1956).

Electrocuted on a conveyor belt, and burned in a large furnace (Pravda, February 1945)

Belzec : Electrocution in an enormous hall with metal floor, semi-submerged into water, thereafter the same said floor doubles as a crematorium, burning thousands of bodies at the same time until only ashes remain. (Stefan Szende, Stockholm 1944)

Treblinka: Gassed by the thousands with diesel exhaust from a captured Russian tank engine (Kurt Gerstein 1945)

This is by no means any complete summary, but it gives a glimpse of how the narrative is “all over the place”, and it can be worth adding that early statements are usually contradicted by later ones.

Any thoughts on this?

Humbly yours,

Ganglere

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Re: Other comparisons

Postby Mulegino1 » 4 years 11 months ago (Thu Apr 23, 2015 2:52 pm)

ganglere wrote:Good evening ladies and gentlemen!

Taking a look at the “facts” of witch trials, as they developed in the seventeenth century, I cannot help but find it amazing, that they were in fact, remarkably consistent.

Transport: by air, riding a broomstick or animal of choice.

Place: an isolated place, a mountain, a forest or an open field.

Attending: The Devil, with accompanying lesser demons.

Activity: black Sabbath, mocking the Christian faith and ceremonies, followed by eating (preferably flesh from children) and drinking alcoholic beverages, followed by an all-out orgy involving the witches and all the said demons.

Naturally, I don’t believe in such nonsense, no matter how consistent it may appear, but now, to the point I would like to make:

How consistent is the holocaust narrative in this respect?

Let’s for simplicity’s sake only concentrate upon how the Jews were supposed to get murdered.

Auschwitz: burned alive in large pits (Elie Weisel, from Night 1956).

Electrocuted on a conveyor belt, and burned in a large furnace (Pravda, February 1945)

Belzec : Electrocution in an enormous hall with metal floor, semi-submerged into water, thereafter the same said floor doubles as a crematorium, burning thousands of bodies at the same time until only ashes remain. (Stefan Szende, Stockholm 1944)

Treblinka: Gassed by the thousands with diesel exhaust from a captured Russian tank engine (Kurt Gerstein 1945)

This is by no means any complete summary, but it gives a glimpse of how the narrative is “all over the place”, and it can be worth adding that early statements are usually contradicted by later ones.

Any thoughts on this?

Humbly yours,

Ganglere



Yes! Very perceptive of you to point this out!

The similarities are amazing. There is an unworldly, preternatural element surrounding the more lurid and unbelievable tales.

Also consider the ubiquitous figure of "Mengele" the "Angel of Death", who appears to have been everywhere. 24/7 on the ramp, while at the same type conducting his utterly surreal and sadistic experiments- often involving inserting things into bodily orifices, like the "Devil" (having sex with the witches at the Witches Sabbath) and also serving as camp physician.

It is almost as if it is going on in a sort of extra-dimension, with virtually no interaction with the outside world, the war, the people in the surrounding towns and villages, etc.

Witches Sabbaths, abduction by faeries, UFO abductions, and the lurid "Holocaust" tales.


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