Jewish Ritual 'Kol Nidre' - License To Sin At Will Delude Deceive Defraud By Yearly 'Pre-Repentance'

Yom Kippur or 'Day of Atonement' comes from the Old Testament Mosaic Law. On this day, once a year only, the Jewish high priest was permitted to enter the holy place within the Jewish temple where the ark of the covenant was kept, to there offer the blood of a sacrifice for all the congregation for the year past. Essentially this was to be an overall 'atonement', or covering, as it were, for any defilements or sins, etc. that had been overlooked or missed by the regular daily and other normal sacrificial offerings done throughout the year where they would have been atoned for (Leviticus 16). That was then. Judaism now, as some know, has long ago exchanged the Bible for the Talmud and Kabbalah and is thoroughly apostate, although still holding to an outward form. Part of that outward form still held to is the yearly Day of Atonement ceremony - which for many centuries now has been performed with the addition of a remarkable twist called the "Kol Nidre":

Kol Nidre (also known as Kol Nidrey or Kol Nidrei) is an Aramaic declaration recited in the synagogue before the beginning of the evening service on every Yom Kippur ("Day of Atonement"). Its name is taken from the opening words, meaning "all vows". Before sunset on the eve of Yom Kippur ("Day of Atonement"), the congregation gathers in the synagogue. The cantor then chants the passage beginning with the words Kol Nidre with its touching melodic phrases...The leader and the congregation then recite [*changing - ed.] Numbers 15:26 ("May all the people of Israel be forgiven, including all the strangers who live in their midst, for all the people are in fault."). This verse is considered part and parcel of the Kol Nidre recitation. The leader then says: "O pardon the iniquities of this people, according to Thy abundant mercy, just as Thou forgave this people ever since they left Egypt." And then the leader and congregation say together three times, "The Lord said, 'I pardon them according to your words.'" (quoting [*changing - ed.] Numbers 14:20).. [source: wiki]
What is not exactly clear in the above quote from Wikipedia about the Talmudic Jewish 'Kol Nidre' ritual is that this prayer/chant is meant to cover the coming year, not the year past. This is the new twist given to the new 'Talmudic Jewish Day of Atonement'. It is actually "pre-repentance" and is said to last the entire year. This then gives the Jew license to do all manner of evil throughout the year for he is now absolved beforehand. Jews have been practicing this ritual every year for centuries. On these things an excerpt from the book 'ANTI-SEMITISM And The Babylonian Connection' by Des Griffin:


Nothing better demonstrates the diabolical philosophy of treachery and deceit embodied in Pharisaism and Occult Talmudism than does the Kol Nidre (All Vows) prayer. It explains, in devastating fashion, why so many people, down through the centuries, have found many Jews to be so incredibly deceitful in their business practices:

"All vows, obligations, anathemas, whether called 'konam,' 'konas,' or by any other name, which we may vow, or swear, or pledge, or whereby we may be bound, from this Day of Atonement to the next (whose happy coming we await), we do repent. May they be deemed absolved, forgiven, annulled, and void and made of no effect. They shall not bind us nor have power over us.The vows shall not be reckoned vows; the obligations shall not be reckoned obligations; nor the oaths be oaths" (The Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol.8, p.539).

The horrendous implications and inferences of this Kol Nidre (All Oaths) prayer are further emphasized in the pages of The Babylonian Talmud. In the Book of Nedarim, 23a-23b., this top authority of modern Judaism tells us that..

"he who desires that none of his vows made during the year shall be valid, let him stand at the beginning of the year, and declare 'every vow which I make in the future shall be null.' (1) His vows are then invalid provided that he remembers this at the time of the vow."

In a footnote, the Talmud also tells us "(1) This may have provided a support for the custom of reciting Kol Nidre (a formula for the dispensation of vows) prior to the evening service on the Day of Atonement.... Though the beginning of the year is mentioned here, the Day of Atonement was probably chosen on account of its great solemnity. But Kol Nidre as part of the ritual is later than the Talmud, and, as seen from the following statement of R.huna b.Hinine, the law of revocation was not made public...."

According to Jewish author, Samuel Roth, "The Jewish Prayer Book lists the following sins specifically, as amongst those which are unconditionally forgiven the Jew on Yom Kippur:

Sins committed with incestuous lewdness; Oppressing one's neighbor; Assembling to commit fornication; Deceitful acknowledgments; Violence; Evil imagination; Denying and lying; Taking and giving bribes; Calumny; Extortion and usury; Haughtiness; Shamelessness, Lawlessness, Litigiousness; Treachery to one's neighbor; Tale-bearing; False swearing; Embezzlement; Stealing ....

"In the three prisons in which I have sojourned as the result of my forced association with Jewish lawyers and Jewish-controlled courts, I found the overwhelming number of habitual criminals to be Catholics and Jews. The Catholic knows that he can clear himself by the simple act of going to confession. But the Jew goes the Catholic one better. He denies, by his recital of Kol Nidre, even before he undertakes it, any possibility of crime. Can it be doubted what a fearful influence for evil this must exert on his character as a citizen and as a human being?" (Jews Must Live, pp.88,89).

Benjamin Freedman further explains:

"The Kol Nidre (All Vows) prayer extends immunity in advance for one year from all obligations to observe the terms of oaths, vows and pledges made in the year following the date of the Day of Atonement when the prayer was recited. Each year, however, it becomes necessary to renew this 'license' which automatically revokes in advance any oath, vow or pledge during the next twelve months by again appearing at the synagogue on the next Day of Atonement and reciting the Kol Nidre (All Vows) prayer again" (Facts Are Facts, p.48)

The philosophy expounded in the Talmud, and exemplified in the Kol Nidre (All Vows) prayer, is totally destructive. This understanding must, of necessity, influence how we deal with those who practice Judaism. For it not to be so would be to court disaster. Remember, as Dr. Isaac H. Wise points out in his commentary on the Talmud, "the modern Jew is the product of the Talmud." From youth, the minds of many Jews are marinated in its philosophy. It is their 'Bible.'

Excerpted from ANTI-SEMITISM And The Babylonian Connection by Des Griffin; 1988; pp.30-31

Knowing about and understanding the dark reality of this Kol Nidre ritual clears up a lot of things. Did we make a fake virus, deceive the world, create wars, destroy entire geographic regions to dislocate populations, and so much more, all to create our False-Zion Would-Be Kingdom-Kome [link]? Oh well we had our fingers crossed behind our backs - so it doesn't count you see. That is what it amounts to. How the world got to this place today - an absolutely false reality in every aspect? See above.

Rev. 18:4
John 8:44 'Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it'

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