Carthage wasn’t destroyed completely, it went Underground

In my previous post I considered the possibility that modern Jews are not descendants of ancient Israelites, but of Canaanites and other tainted tribes. I will continue on this line of investigation and go forward to see where the Canaanite thread leads me.

Even Jesus regarded the Canaanites as a lesser people, indirectly calling them dogs in Matthew 15:21-28. He was unwilling to help a Canaanite woman whose daughter was possessed by a devil since he was sent only for the ” lost sheep of the house of Israel “. Yet Jesus changed his mind as the woman admitted her inferiority. Either Jesus was a terrible racist or there was something seriously wrong with the Canaanites.

 

The Phoenicians and Carthage

The Canaanites were the predecessors of another group mentioned by conspiracy researchers every now and then, the Phoenicians. The Phoenicians were famous mariners and traders. The Wikipedia says one possible meaning for Canaanites is the Semitic word “cana’ani”, which means merchant. Sounds like Jews to me. Another possibility is the Akkadian word “kinahhu” meaning purple dyed-wool. The term Phoenicians “may derive from the Greek word “Phoenix” meaning crimson or purple”, since that is the colour they used. Nowadays Phoenix is known as the bird that kills itself with fire and is reborn. The Phoenicians called it Bennu (or benu), and it was also known as the Morning Star.

The Phoenicians were the descendants of the Canaanites, and perhaps their greatest accomplishment was the foundation of Carthage in northern Africa. Carthage was a great maritime empire that was ultimately annihilated by the Romans in the Punic Wars. And from what I know, it seems like it was for the best.

I am not a great fan of ancient Rome, since I am not a fan of empires. I’m certainly intrigued by Rome for its history, but I’ve seen it as another Borg-like conqueror that wanted an Old World Order. I may have been wrong. Not much is known of the ancient Carthage culture, since it was destroyed by Rome. Most of what is known is from Roman accounts, that may not be so objective. One of the claims was that the Carthaginians sacrificed their children as a burnt offering, a holocaust. This has been regarded as Roman propaganda by some, but even Wikipedia admits: “Most archaeologists accept that infant sacrifices did occur”. I find myself agreeing with them and wondering what other sort of evils were perpetrated by the Carthaginians? The word Punic means “treacherous” even today. Punic is merely a Romanization of Phoenician.

Let’s take a look at their religion. One of their gods Moloch, or Molech, was a fire god worshipped by Canaanites and Phoenicians. People sacrificed children to him. However, Wikipedia offers an alternative explanation to the fiery sacrifice: “some have suggested a rite of purification by fire instead” [of actually burning children]. I remain unconvinced. Other deities are Baal,  Ba’al, or Baal Hammon who is sometimes identified with Saturn. There is Rephan, or Remphan (Chiun in Hebrew?) which is Saturn. Related either to Moloch or Baal. Baal’s female counterpart was Anat, or Tanit in Carthage. She is better known as Ishtar, Astarte, Isis, Semiramis, or Columbia depicted on the Statue of Liberty. Less known names for her are Atargatis (sounds like stargate) and Derketo. I’ll call her Tanit from now on. She was a “Lady Goddess of the Sea” to whom doves and fish were sacred.

Here’s a picture of Baal:

Anat:

There’s something familiar with the hand gestures…

The difference is Baal and Anat are not sitting down.

Here is the symbol of Tanit:

It looks like a woman in a dress holding her hands up. Then again it resembles an Egyptian ankh.

This one looks a bit like a pyramid with the all seeing eye…

 

Modern Carthago

I believe modern Jews, and Zionists, are descendants of the Carthagians/ Phoenicians. We see their symbolism everywhere. Look at the Starbucks logo. It is Anat/ Tanit/ Atargatis. I did an earlier post on the Eurovision song contest winning song Rise like a Phoenix. Yesterday I watched a pro-Carthago propaganda documentary titled Carthage: The Roman Holocaust. It’s a shameless attempt to portray the Carthaginians as an enlightened civilization wiped out by the brutal Romans so they could have the monopoly over the Mediterranean. Noticed the name? Now who would use a word like Holocaust to label one race of people as nasty brutes?

There’s the Marxist Fabian Society, of course, which is responsible for a lot of the destabilization of the Western civilization. The society got its name from a Roman general named Fabius. He was famous for biding his time. I believe the modern corporatist culture and obsession with economics has been inherited from the Phoenicians. Not to mention the Saturn death cult mentioned quite often in the alternative media. It was their religion back then, and still is.

These are just a few examples I thought off the top of my head. I have to keep my eyes open for more.

One more thing. This is a drawing of Carthage:

Reminds me of something. Vatican:

 

Links:

Matthew 15:21-28: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+15%3A21-28&version=KJV

Canaanites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canaanite_religion#The_Canaanites

Phoenix: http://www.constellationsofwords.com/Constellations/Phoenix.html

Punic: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/punic

Moloch: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molech

Baal: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal

Remphan: http://biblehub.com/topical/r/remphan.htm

Rephan: http://biblehub.com/topical/r/rephan.htm

Star of your god Rephan: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molech#Forms_and_grammar

Anat: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anat

Tanit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanit

Atargatis: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atargatis

Derketo, Derceto, Atargatis – the most ancient Syrian goddess: http://earthbeforeflood.com/cult_of_semifishes_semipeople_dagon_and_derketo_at_philistines_derketo_atargatis.html

Carthage: The Roman Holocaust: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn4EtY8pVnI

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