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Saturday Night Film: "Under The Shadow Of Hermes:" Everything You Never Knew About the US, The Civil War, The "Russian Revolution," and The True Conspiracy Nobody Mentions In Polite Society
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''To be a thinker is to lift every stone...to be courageous enough to do it and to look under''- Gilad Atzmon
I watched In The Shadow of Hermés [based on the book Under Skorpionen’s Tecken] for the first time in a private home in Sweden, in 2016. I was stunned speechless, then.
I returned to it a few weeks ago, surprised to find an intact version on Twitter. I watched it again, and took notes this time.
The film, and the book, are the works of Estonian outsider historian, (previously imprisoned in Soviet occupied Estonia for criticism of communism) Jüri Lina, who got asylum in Sweden many decades ago, and lives there still.
Jüri Lina’s work will be potentially uncomfortable for any historians or writers who never thought to look for the Masonic roots of communism, socialism, and Bolshivism. These “roots” were both ideological and financial/economic—they go way back and way deep. Others who will be potentially uncomfortable are those who believe that naming Jewish individuals who became Masonic leaders of various fake revolutions is part and parcel of “anti-semitism.” That can’t be helped either.
I am not worried about this audience—you all. I’m just saying this film will prove an awful lot of history not exactly “wrong” but also not “correct,” as it lacks a driver. History books as cars with no driver.
To simplify: Those whose mantra is “It’s all the Jews!” are wrong. They would be less wrong if they said: “It’s all the Masons, and Jews have played central roles in Masonic history. But so have countless others, who are not Jewish. “
As I often say: “Look to the spirit behind.”
Incorporating the Luciferic and Illuminist can’t be avoided, if getting it right is what we are interested in.
If anybody finds fault with anything Lina reports, let us know in the comments section. One of the most educated people I know told me last week she had never heard of Lina or the things he lays out in this documentary.
Jüri Lina does not “sound” like anybody else operating in the field of history. I have a soft spot for people who don’t sound like anybody else.
So without further ado, here’s “In The Shadow Of Hermés,” in Swedish with subtitles in English, narrated by Jüri Lina.
(Disturbing content warning.)