Christopher Jon Bjerknes
The following quotations taken directly from the Jewish Zohar prove that the Jews believe that they will exterminate the Gentiles after six thousand years from the day Adam was born, and then the Jews will enjoy a Sabbath millennium of one thousand years in a World without Gentiles; that the creation story is in fact the story of the World's six thousand years; and that the seventh day, the seventh thousandth of years, is the Sabbath "day" during which the Jewish god will rest, because it will be spent in a new world devoid of non-Jews who will have been genocided by the Jews so as to remove impurity from the World. The Zohar openly states in the following passages, as well as others not here reproduced, that the Jews are at war with the Gentiles and will exterminate the Gentiles. Note that the Jews' messiah comes only for the sake of the Jews and will murder all non-Jews. Do not make the mistake of believing that the Jews' messiah will be like Jesus. Note that the Jews believe that one thousand years to humans is one day to their god, pursuant to Psalms 90:4, which states:
"For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, and as a watch in the night."
The Jewish Zohar states:
"At every sixty years of the sixth thousand the He will mount a stage higher, acquiring greater strength. And after six hundred years of the sixth thousand there will be opened the gates of wisdom above and the fountains of wisdom below, and the world will make preparations on the sixth day of the week, when the sun is about to set. [***] R, Judah said in reply: 'This is what I have learnt from my father concerning the mysteries of the letters of the Divine Name, and of the duration of the world as well as of the days of creation, all of which belongs to the same mystical doctrine. At that time the rainbow will appear in the cloud in radiant colours, like a woman that decks herself out for her husband, in fulfilment of the verse, 'and I will look upon it, that I may remember the everlasting covenant' (Gen. IX, 16), a passage already explained elsewhere. 'I will see it' with all its bright colours, and I will thus 'remember the everlasting covenant.' Who is the everlasting covenant? It is the community of Israel. The Vau will join the He, and will resuscitate her from the dust. When the Vau shall move to join the He, heavenly signs will appear in the world, and the Reubenites will make war against all the world; and so the community of Israel will be raised from the dust, for the Holy One will have dwelt with her in exile years to the number of Vau times Yod, that is, six times ten, after which she will be raised, and vengeance will be executed on the world, and the lowly will be exalted.' Said R. Jose to him: 'All you say is right, being [117b] mystically indicated by the letters, and we need not enter upon any other calculations regarding the end (qets). For in the book of the venerable R. Yeba we find the same calculation. The verse, 'Then shall the land satisfy her Sabbaths' (Lev. XXVI, 34) is an allusion to the mystical implication of the Vau, as indicated in a subsequent verse, 'And I will remember my covenant with Jacob'1 (Ibid. 42), and it then says, 'and I will remember the land' (Ibid.), indicating the community of Israel. The word 'will satisfy' (tirzeh) signifies that the Holy One will be favourable to her. As for the 'one day' of which the companions have spoken, it is assuredly all hidden with the Holy One, and it is all found in the mystery of the letters of the Divine Name; for R. Jose here has revealed the end of the exile by means of these letters.' [***] Happy are those who will be left alive at the end of the sixth millennium to enter on the Sabbath."–The Zohar, Volume 1, Vayera, I, folios 117a-117b, and 119a, Soncino, London, (1933), p. 364-365, 371.
These facts, which do not even begin to hint at the full scope of the passages in the Zohar which state that the Jews will exterminate the Gentiles, nevertheless prove that the Jews are planning to kill off the Gentiles at this time, so that the sun will set on the present World (an allusion to the beginning of the Sabbath, see Leviticus 23:32), and a new millennium will begin in which the Jews alone will survive. The Jews are planning to murder you, your family and every non-Jew on Earth. Their declaration of genocidal war on the human race is nailed to your door. Tear it off, crumple it up and toss it aside at your existential peril.
The Zohar merely reiterates what was already stated in the Jews' Old Testament, but since so many are blinded by their faith in that execution writ of the human race, it is helpful to show the Jewish declaration of war on non-Jews iterated in the Zohar, which is even more hateful and destructive than the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion and the authenticity of which is beyond dispute.