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Purple and Indigo Wandering Jews

I was thinking what if any connection there is between the Jews and Phoenicians. The colour purple supposedly originates from the Phoenicians so I put “purple Jews” into Google. The first result I got was an article titled: “Growing Wandering Jew Plants – How To Grow Wandering Jew Plants”. Apparently there is a purple plant called wandering jew.

On the gardening website I saw a related article titled “Killing Wandering Jew… Plants: How to Get Rid of Wandering Jew Weeds In The Garden”. I added the three dots. I’m surprised the ADL hasn’t deemed these weeds anti-Semitic.

Apparently there are at least two kinds of wandering jew plants, weeds and “good jews”. The “good jew” is Tradescantia pallida, a purple plant, whereas the weed is Tradescantia fluminensis, a White plant. I guess that answers the question are Jews White? Looks Purple to me.



Let’s not get side-tracked to botany any longer. I was supposed to discuss Jews and the colour purple. The Phoenicians got their purple dye from sea snails. This is called Tyrian purple. A Wikipedia article on Jewish symbolism says that Israelites used to have an indigo or purple-blue dye called “tekhelet”. This is derived from a sea snail called Hexaplex trunculus. This dye appears to have been similar yet different to the Tyrian purple. That dye was derived from the sea slug Murex brandaris (currently named Bolinus brandaris). Interestingly the Wikipedia article on Hexaplex trunculus decribes “tekhelet” as purple-blue, and Tyrian purple as purple-red. They are both different hues of purple apparently.

While this does not prove any indisputable connection between Jews and the Phoenicians, it appears they had a similar technique of obtaining purplish dye from sea snails. Whether it actually means anything, I do not know. The Wikipedia article on Tyrian purple mentions one interesting fact:

“Recent research in organic electronics has shown that Tyrian purple is an ambipolar organic semiconductor. Transistors and circuits based on this material can be produced from sublimed thin-films of the dye. The good semiconducting properties of the dye originate from strong intermolecular hydrogen bonding that reinforces pi stacking necessary for transport.”

This sounds like it might be significant. However, I don’t know what an “ambipolar organic semiconductor”, and what people in classical times would have done with such substances. Did the ancient Phoenicians make transistors and circuits with their dye?



Growing Wandering Jew Plants – How To Grow Wandering Jew Plants: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/wandering-jew/growing-wandering-jew-plants.htm

Killing Wandering Jew Plants: How To Get Rid Of Wandering Jew Weeds In The Garden: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/wandering-jew/get-rid-of-wandering-jew.htm

Tyrian purple: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrian_purple

Jewish symbolism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_symbolism

Hexaplex trunculus: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexaplex_trunculus

Bolinus brandaris: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolinus_brandaris


Saturn, Rainbows and other gay stuff

I’ve heard it mentioned that the rainbow is a symbol utilized by the Illuminati elites and/or Jews. Sure as sodomy there’s an article written by a rabbi saying “The rainbow reminds Jews of God’s glory and faithfulness to the covenant.” Of course the rainbow is also the symbol of the gray pride movement. It has been suggested there’s a connection. Then it occurred to me, could this be related to Saturn?

Here’s a picture from the European Space Agency website titled Saturn’s Rainbow Rings:



Countless researchers have pointed out over the recent years how the Powers That Be are worshiping, or at least invoking, Saturn in many symbolical ways. There’s also the hexagon in Saturn’s north pole, which may have a connection to the Star of David. None of this is news, so I won’t go on with this, but rather with some other observations. I’m not quite sure what their implications are, if any, or if they are mere co-incidental observations.


Observations on the Rainbow Flag

First of all, the gay pride (or LGBT) flag has six colours, whereas the rainbow has seven. The colours are: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. The one missing is indigo. Indigo is merely a dark hue of blue, so possibly it was seen as redundant, since there is another blue hue in the flag already. Wikipedia says there were originally eight colours in the gay flag, with hot pink as an added colour.

I made one symbolic, occult observation on the colour indigo. They may have left it out for occult purposes to symbolize omitting a certain aspect from followers of the flag. There’s the concept of indigo children, who have special powers or something. Wikipedia says: “The color electric indigo is used in New Age philosophy to symbolically represent the sixth chakra (called Ajna), which is said to include the third eye. This chakra is believed to be related to intuition and gnosis (spiritual knowledge).”

Assuming this symbolism is accurate, leaving out indigo from the flag might mean those who rally behind the gay pride flag have closed their third eye and lack intuition and gnosis to understand what they are doing. I would say this is certainly the case with many Cultural Marxists who think they are being tolerant and compassionate by supporting gay rights, but are just in fact useful idiots to be manipulated by the manipulators.

Rainbow flag



Wikipedia comments on Rainbow colours as symbol of gay pride as follows:

“The rainbow flag has found wide application on all manner of products including jewelry, clothing and other personal items and the rainbow flag colors are routinely used as a show of LGBT identity and solidarity. The rainbow colors have become so ubiquitously recognized as a symbol of LGBT pride and identity in recent years that they have effectively replaced most other LGBT symbols, including the Greek letter lambda and the pink triangle. One common item of jewelry is the pride necklace or freedom rings, consisting of six rings, one of each color, on a chain.”

The use of the word “solidarity” accentuates the Marxist nature of the gay pride movement to rally minorities against the majority in an attempt to destabilize society and bring about transformation. The use of the word “solidarity” itself may not be a clear indication of Marxist leanings, but in this context it does seem to be.

I find the “freedom rings” a quite fascinating object. Rings like Saturn to me. Moreover they are freedom rings connected to a chain. I love this symbolism, since chains are a symbol is enslavement or imprisonment. You can freely celebrate possessing these baubles in your intellectual enslavement.


(???) Pride

Another thing may simply be a Finnish phenomenon, so I cannot say if it is a universal, but I find it perplexing to say the least. The English word “pride” is sometimes used in Finland to denote gay pride without explicitly stating this is the case. Note they do not use the Finnish word for pride, which is “ylpeys”, but the English word. Let me explain.

Some years ago I read a news article that a gay pride parade was attacked with stink bombs or something like that (I thought it may be a false flag, but that is beside the point). The article did not even once say that the “pride parade” was a gay pride or LGBT pride parade. They simply said “pride”. You merely had to infer that they are talking about “gay pride”. I couldn’t fathom why. Maybe it was some weird form of smugness. Trying to be hip, or something.

Then just few weeks ago I noticed there is a “pride” (English word) display in my local library. There was a clearly visible sign saying “pride” and then there were books around it. All of them presumably dealing with homosexuality in some form. Then there was a little sign somewhere a bit out of way with the letters “LGBT”. I don’t remember if the sign said what LGBT stands for, but at least I had to look for the it to see it, whereas the word “pride” was obvious immediately.

So maybe this is just Finnish idiocy and failure to grasp the meaning of the word “pride”, or maybe it’s something else. But it doesn’t make much sense to me if these people want to proudly announce their gay pride to the world, and they don’t clearly say this parade or display is for “gay pride” or “LGBT pride”. It’s completely counter-intuitive.

Perhaps this “pride” stuff is not about gay pride after all. Maybe the seemingly noble goal of sexual equality is used to entice useful idiots as bannermen for another cause. Could this cause be the Saturnian rainbow perchance?





The Rainbow in Jewish Symbolism: http://www.myjewishlearning.com/texts/Bible/Torah/Genesis/Noah/Rainbow.shtml

ESA Saturn Rainbow: http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2014/05/Saturn_s_rainbow_rings

Gay flag: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_flag_%28LGBT_movement%29

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

Am I an Indigo Child, erm adult?

Indigo children is a popular New Agey idea of children born in the 80s or later who are somehow different, in a good way. They’re supposed to usher in change for the better and all that. They don’t really conform with the rules of society.

This article called “The Indigo Child and How to Recognize One” describes 17 characteristics of an Indigo and says that if 11 to 13 match with you, you are an Indigo. What each of the characteristics actually mean is not quite clear, and is up to interpretation, but based on that list I’d say I’m an Indigo. Things like “Born in 1978 or later”, “Possess a deep desire to help the world in a big way” and “Has a history of depression” certainly describe me. Whereas things like “Strong willed” and “Independent and proud” don’t really say anything at all. It’s too generic. And I’m certainly not psychic, which is one of the characteristics.

So I’m an Indigo. So what? Does it make me special? No. In fact, I think most people who’d even consider reading an article about Indigos possess many of the “characteristics” of an Indigo, because they are interested in weird stuff. Normal people tend to dismiss such things as superstitious nonsense. Wikipedia describes Indigo-ism as akin to the Forer effect, which simply means the definition is so vague it could point to anyone. I find myself agreeing with Wikipedia, which is something I generally hate to do. Which leads me to suspect there actually might be something to the idea of Indigo children.

The concept originates from psychic Nancy Ann Tappe who studied the auric fields of people. According to the aforementioned article: “she noticed was that 80 percent of the children born after 1980 had a new deep blue colored auric field. She called this new color “indigo”.” I don’t know much about human auras, except from fiction such as sci-fi, anime and roleplaying games, but I’m inclined to believe there is some significance to them. If Tappe’s claims of changes in the colours of auras of children is true, it means there is some significant change in people going on.

However, many of the New Age sites on the internet that like to throw the Indigo child term around, don’t seem to be looking at the auras of people. They rather describe a few generic characteristics that many people possess, and tell them they are different to stroke their egos. Everybody likes to be special and unique, alas many of us, don’t actually want to do anything special, since it can be bothersome, and if you try it and fail, it can feel quite disheartening. Therefore we’d like to think we are special, and by our mere existence we make a difference without us actually getting out there and putting ourselves on the line. But it doesn’t work like that. It is more important what we do, than what we think we are. It is not enough for us to feel we are not part of the pack. I’m certainly like that. I have to struggle to actually do something, to get out there to try to make a difference, instead of bathing in the self-perception that I’m somehow different. I might be different, I might even be one of those Indigos, but it doesn’t matter unless I act different. Unless I do something to prove I am here to make a change. And if I do that, it doesn’t matter whether my aura is indigo, pink or brown.



The Indigo Child and How to Recognize One http://www.2012-spiritual-growth-prophecies.com/indigo-child.html

Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indigo_children