The Delusional States of Zion

We all know the irrational aims of Zion – the establishment of a sustainable worldwide system of slavery with Jews as dominant slave masters in control of the entire material wealth of the earth. The Jews are motivated and driven to this end by fear and paranoia, the emotion of fear is very powerful, the mental disorder of paranoia is also powerful, and combined the state of delusion manifest is peculiar and intense, for example in certain persons where there is a sole belief that they are an important religious figure whose life is so precious and important that no other life matters. Fear and Paranoia are very common in this age, so common we could characterize Zion as delusional, not just in its aim, but also in its origin.

The word “Zion” is interpreted by theologians and linguists as “pillar”, and it is identified in the Judaic and Christian religious texts from where the name Zion first appeared, commonly understood to be a mountain, specifically Mount Sinai of Exodus and sometimes Mount Horeb, although the two seem to be interchangeable. “Mount Zion” can be translated as “The Pillar Mountain” which is explicitly described as a volcano, which is logical when referring to a pillar of smoke or a pillar of fire arising from the top of a volcano. “God” speaks from this pillar of fire or cloud like Thunder, and is refered to as the Thunderer;

“the Lord said unto Moses, Lo, I come unto thee in a thick cloud… upon mount Sinai… when the trumpet soundeth long, they shall come up to the mount… there were thunders and lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of the trumpet soundeth loud… And mount Sinai was altogether in smoke, because the Lord descended upon it in fire:and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly. And when the voice of the trumpet sounded long, and waxed loud and louder, Moses spake, and God answered him by a voice.”  –  Exodus 19:9, 19:1, 19:13, 19:16, 19:18-19

“And all the people saw the thunderings, and the lightnings, and a noise of a trumpet, and the mountain smoking”  –  Exodus 20:18

“The day that thou stoodest… in Herob… and the mountain burned with fire unto the midst of heaven, with darkness, clouds, and thick darkness. And the Lord spake unto you out of the midst of the fire; ye heard the voice of the words, but saw no similitude; only ye heard a voice.”  –  Deuteronomy 4:10-12

Reminds me of the old proverb “Don’t believe anything you hear and only half of what you see.” It is reasonable to suggest that the narrative is based on the account of a primitive group of people who witness a volcano eruption for the first time, being very afraid of these tremendous sights and sounds and unable to explain the geological phenomena, these unfortunate and primitive souls attribute the volcano eruption to the actions of their deity, a certain primitive god called “Yahweh” who they worship in blood sacrifice rituals. Certainly the streams of blood-red lava flowing from the mountain and fiery explosions would have made an impression on these blood fixated tribemen, it is understandable that in their collective delusion intensified by the sight and sounds of this volcano, these people really believed that they had indeed encountered their god, or so the narrative goes if we analyse it.

 The Bible also refers to volcanic activity in relation to the story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah and also the destruction of Jerusalem, seeming these biblical narratives are commonly believed to be describing a city located in Palestine and the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, as these are not the locations of volcanic activity, it may seem at first somewhat strange, but again, we live in delusional times based on past delusions that are based on fear and paranoia. Of course there no volcanos in Syria Palestine or Egypt, so obviously these primitives of the biblical story were nowhere in that vicinity when they witnessed these volcanic eruptions. So where?

We are looking for a volcano that is very powerful and is active in the historical epoch, there should be a capital city nearby that has been destroyed on one occasion and two other cities that have also been destroyed by the same volcano. There is just one volcano in the entire Mediterranean area that would be suitable – Vesuvius. The famous Pompeii is the historical capital city of the area, and the two nearby destroyed cities: Stabia (Sodom) and Herculanum (Gormorrah). This hypotheses receives further weight when we consider the old Latin name given to Vesuvius – Sino or Sinus meaning “mountain with bowels” and then going back to the “Horeb”, the other name given to mount Zion, it’s origin being the Latin word horibilis, “horrible.” Clearly the Latins understood more about the geological functioning of mount Sino or Sinai or Vesuvius, they associated its name with the knowledge that this mountain indeed have geological bowels, whereas the Israelite primitives although taking the Latin name directly only saw the ‘pillar’ of smoke arising from the volcano and understood nothing of its origin inside the bowels of the volcano. Now, consider also ‘Zion’ and the old Latin ‘Sino’ are very similar, we also have the Latin ‘Sinus’ which derives from ‘Sino’ describing inner bowels, the Greek for ‘Sino’ is ‘Sinai’, so we can very easily see that this is indeed etymologically proved as well as geographically proved.

The ‘wilderness’ for the little tribe of Israelites near Vesuvius is non other than the famous Flegrean Fields – large areas of scorched land full of smaller volcanos, fumaroles and layers of lava. Maybe the author of Exodus was having a little joke, just like mentioning ‘The River Arnon’ in Deuteronomy 2:24, meaning ‘The River Arno’! The Israelites, after crossing the Arno “went up the way to Bashan”, a town often mentioned in the biblical texts, amazingly the town of Bassano exists to this day in Italy. Now I must mention at this stage that what is called the ‘Old Testament’ was actually written in the Middle Ages, and is a amalgamation of various histories, so for example the ‘Fall of Jerusalem’ is the destruction of Pompeii. The Jews don’t have a history, they just made it up in the Middle Ages by copying various other historical accounts. ‘Ramah’ is Rome in the Biblical text and Phoenicia is Venetia. It is ridiculous to suggest that “ancient” Phoenicia is the middle eastern Tyre and Sidon, as even a small boat cannot dock at those towns. Besides there are no historical records of Tyre or Sidon being trading ports of any size, let alone great seafaring nation states! Phoenicia described as ‘ancient’ for the unfortunate last few hundred years is none other than the medieval republic Venetia.

“And the Lord went before them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them light; to go by day and night: He took not away the pillar of the cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night, from before the people.”  –  Exodus 13:21

Primitives follow the pillar of smoke by day

Mt Vesuvius pillar of smoke by day


Mt Versuvius pillar of smoke by day


Primitives follow pillar of fire by night


Mt Vesuvius pillar of fire by night


Mt Vesuvius pillar of fire by night


Moses talking to volcano god


Where there is smoke there is fire

Mt Vesuvius gets angry



The Hebrew Ciynah (Sinai) has a root meaning, to boil up – caldron, pot. Again it is proved beyond any doubt that the narrative of exodus regarding ‘Sinai’, is based on an eruption at some time of Mount Vesuvius in Italy. The date is more difficult to name because our current historical chronology is actually based on such false historical accounts such as the ‘Exodus’ of the Old Testament, which is absurd, all our traditional historical chronology was established by the Catholic Church, in particular by Jesuits in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Theologically, Sinai or the ‘Sino’ Mountain on the Italian Peninsula has great significance to Judaism as it is the place where the Moses character and the primitive tribe of Israelites received both the oral and written law, and it also reveals the nature of what the religion of Judaism considers their “God” to be – “The One of Sinai” (Jud 5:5, Ps 68:8) who leads forth his people (Duet 33:2) from Sinai, his holy abode (Ps 68:17) in a spectacular display of visual natural might. The New Testament enlarges upon the place of Sinai by stressing that it symbolized the bondage of the Old Testament, a bondage said to be overcome or replaced by the work of Christ who has effected a new covenant of liberty and promise through the shedding of his blood (Gal 4:25, Heb 12:18.)

So this is Zion, a delusion based on a counterfeit delusion resulting in a state of persistent paranoia and fear. The phantoms of history loom, the shadows of ancient simulacrum cast on the interior walls of caves, nothing but false idols raised in caves, projectors of dissimulation for artificial manufacture of existential threat for the reinforcement of self-fulfilling prophecy. What prophecy? You take one account, one spell rather and pretend it derives from before the event takes place, and that is your prophecy! Isaiah was written after John, not before… “Who controls the past controls the future, who controls the present controls the past”

Be not preserved in this present age, but be transformed by the experiences of time; journey out from that Cave where the false images they raised in their darkness.

“Am I another? A stranger to myself? Sprung from myself? A wrestler who subdued himself too often? Turned his own strength against himself too often, checked and wounded by his own victory?

Did I seek where the wind bites keenest, learn to live where no one lives, in the desert where only the polar bear lives, unlearn to pray and curse, unlearn man and god, become a ghost flitting across the glaciers?”   –   Friedrich Nietzsche

6 responses to “The Delusional States of Zion

  • oregoncoug

    Nietzsche’s ghost must be looking down with pride: your philology and religious sense hit their target with radical accuracy here. Our true Aryan past, present and future is all consistent with this thought and there is none to tell you Nay.

    • K. von Kanwetzburg

      Why would Franz Berg all of a sudden know anything about Nietzsche’s ghost? Much less, Nietzsche’s ghost “looking down with pride”? Is Berg perhaps trying to tell us something here? I leave it to those of you who might understand the nature of parasitism and how it leaches on to the truly great.

  • delendaestziobot

    I didn’t even realize why a put the photo of the 1944 eruption in the essay with the caption ‘Mt Vesuvius gets angry’, I did not understand it’s significance until the next day when I learnt that Vesuvius started erupting as soon as the Allied Forces arived in Italy, the ‘mountain with bowels’ managed to destroy almost 100 allied bomber aircraft in her fury.

  • Miecz Elizejski

    Terrific essay! Very sharp observation and analysis. The linguistic analysis in particular, here and in your other posts, is very interesting.

  • Marduniya

    Marduniya has removed his blog, please remove his link.

  • aufihrhelden

    To be sung in all schools in The Western World at the behest of the Almighty Asinine :

    When I was just a little girl
    I asked my mother, what will I be
    Will I be pretty, will I be rich
    Here’s what she said to me.

    Whatever will be, will be
    The future’s not ours to see
    What will be, will be.

    When I was young, I fell in love
    I asked my sweetheart what lies ahead
    Will we have rainbows, day after day
    Here’s what my sweetheart said.

    Whatever will be, will be
    The future’s not ours to see
    What will be, will be.

    Now I have children of my own
    They ask their mother, what will I be
    Will I be handsome, will I be rich
    I tell them tenderly.

    Whatever will be, will be
    The future’s not ours to see
    What will be, will be.

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