Darshan 15 September 1977

From:
Osho
Date:
Fri, 15 September 1977 00:00:00 GMT
Book Title:
Don't Just Do Something, Sit There
Chapter #:
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Deva means divine, samoda means delight - divine delight. And let that be your climate - live in it, breathe in it. It is only a question of remembering, and it comes. And you can do it very easily. You can easily become miserable, you can easily become blissful; it is one's own creation. And once you have learned the fact - that it is one's own creation, heaven or hell - then there is no point in being in misery, no point in choosing hell. We go on choosing hell because we are not aware that we are the creators. We think we are forced to be in it, somebody else is doing it, and we go on finding scapegoats. We go on avoiding the real factor that is behind it: it is us. When you are in misery, remember, you have created it, and you can uncreate it immediately because it is just imagination.

So these are the three steps towards inner realisation....

First: recognition of the fact that the misery is our own creation. People are such great artists in creating misery - they have become so skillful. That's all that they create; they don't create anything else. And naturally, life after life they have been in the profession of creating misery for themselves; they have become proficient. They are not amateurs; they are professionals.

The first thing to recognise is that the misery is of our own creation. In that very recognition it starts disappearing like smoke. It is no more solid. How can it be solid when you see that you are creating it ? How can you go on creating it when you recognise the fact that you are creating it! In that very recognition something clicks; the misery is apart and you are separate. The bridge is broken. And that is one of the greatest steps.

The second step is that we can create our joy, our delight. If we can create misery, then why can't we create joy? That follows like a shadow to the first. In fact to create misery is more difficult than to create joy. If we can do the difficult job then the second is easier, far easier, because it is far more in tune with our nature; that's what we desire.

Misery we don't desire and yet we create. It is against us, so if we can create that which is against us then the second thing is child's play: to create joy, delight. That is the second step - when you create a climate and you live in it; you create your own world. You paint your own world, you sing your own song. For the first time you become individual and for the first time you become free; now nobody can disturb you. If you want to get disturbed, that's another thing; that too is your choice.

But you are never a victim again so you never make anybody else feel guilty for it.

And the third step is that when you have understood that you create the misery, you create joy; then you must be separate from both because the creator cannot be his own creation. You can paint a picture but you cannot become the painting. You can write a novel but you don't become the novel. You can sculpt a beautiful statue but you don't become it. The creator can't become his own creation.

So if we are the creators of misery and joy, of hell and heaven, of pain and pleasure, then the third step follows very logically. One day suddenly you recognise the third too; it follows the second. They are in a chain: How can you be miserable or how can you be joyful? You are separate. You are a separate reality, you are a witness. And that's what we call nirvana, enlightenment....

So I am giving you two steps; the third will follow. First, the place where you are, where everybody is - the miserable place, suffering. And this is the step you have to take - samoda. You have to become delight. And the third will come on its own: whenever you are ready, it comes. It comes like a benediction.

Then misery and joy both disappear... then there is utter silence. You can't define it as joy. No, not even that is possible. It is so much more than joy, it cannot be confined to the word joy, bliss, no. No word will be able to express it; it is just a wordless silence. Ecstasy but with no movement. Nothing moves in it because nothing is in it. It is total silence, total absence.

First misery disappears, joy, delight arrives; then joy disappears, the witness arrives, and finally the witness is gone. That is nirvana, that is the great nothingness.

[The new sannyasin says: I had an accident and I was unconscious for about eight hours. I felt very different afterwards... but I don't know where I was.]

Mm mm, it can happen sometimes. Sometimes it can happen in an accident that the whole structure of the mind can change. And for better... sometimes for worse; an accident is an accident. And my feeling is that it has been good for you; it has not been devastating. It has put your mind on the right track.

[The sannyasin adds: First I bothered about losing memory, because I can't remember that period at all.]

That eight hour period? No, that you cannot remember because when you become unconscious that means nothing is recorded. That is a blank, a gap. You can only remember it as a gap. You cannot remember the content because there is nothing recorded.

It is like the tape recorder: if the electricity goes we will go on talking but nothing will be recorded, but the gap will be there....

So those eight hours you have not recorded. The mind is a machine: it records only when you are receiving consciously. It records a few things unconsciously too; they may be there. But it depends how deep the unconsciousness was. If it was like a coma then almost nothing is recorded. The mind functions no more because the senses function no more. They are the messengers to bring things; they are not bringing. The postman doesn't come so the letters are not delivered.

But my feeling is that your energy is perfectly good; that accident must have helped you. And some day meditating you may fall again into unconsciousness. If it happens, don't resist. This time it will be far more beautiful. And once something has happened, it is more possible that it will happen again. And sometimes in an accident, rare opportunities open.

Once I was travelling with a friend and there was an accident. Our car fell down from a bridge, twenty feet down, mm? upside-down. I had been talking to this man; for years I had been telling him about meditation and he was a very very learned scholar. But he would always say, 'Whatsoever you say, I cannot think that there is a possibility of a mind without thought. How can the mind be without thought?' And he would argue... And of course, there is a point: how can the mind be without thought? Content is needed; the mind can only be minding about something. It is very logical.

Consciousness can only be of something. If there is nothing then how can you be conscious? Of what? The very word consciousness means conscious about something. Content is needed so that you can be conscious of it; consciousness and content go together. That is very very psychological, logical... but it happens. And I would explain to him but he was too much in his mind. And that day it happened!

Just for a few seconds we became aware that the accident was going to happen, mm? We were coming down a hill and the driver lost control, something went wrong in the car, and for a few seconds we were aware that something was going to happen because the brake was not working, the steering was not working. The car was going on its own; now wherever it was going, nothing could be done. And it was really a steep hill! So for a few seconds his thoughts stopped, because in such a strange situation you cannot think; what to think about?

You cannot go on thinking your ordinary thoughts because they are too trivial in such a moment - when death is just there waiting for you down the hill. Within moments you will be gone! The very shock of it is enough to stop the process of thinking. When he fell and when I pulled him out of the car, he was laughing. He said, 'But is this the way to prove it? Couldn't you have done better? It was too dangerous!'

Nobody was harmed. It was really dangerous - the whole car was destroyed - but he had a glimpse.

Since then he has not argued about it; he knows it. That accident proved a great revolution in his life; a radical change happened....

He was not driving - he was just sitting with me. Somebody else was driving; we were just the passengers. But he came to see the point - that consciousness can be, and without content. So that accident was a blessing. And I thanked the driver and said what I had been trying to tell this man for years and was not able to, he had simply done!

If he had died in that moment he would have born on a very high plane. Nothing was wrong - even death would have been good - because in that moment of no-thought he would have died in a kind of

satori. He was saved, but he changed. Since then he has never argued, he dropped argumentation.

He became a totally new man.

So that accident was good. It will happen sometime again, deep in meditation one day. It will be almost like it but on a higher plane. Maybe it can be paradoxical too: on one plane you become unconscious; on another you remain conscious. Then it is far more beautiful, because then you go on seeing what is happening. The body becomes numb and goes off, the mind becomes numb and goes off, but you are still turned on. You are still there, hovering like a presence. No more identified with the body and the mind... almost a holy ghost!

This is possible - that's what I feel.

[A sannyasin asks how he can combine living here and living in Europe as he is involved in many things there.]

Yes, it can be done; there is no problem. It can be done and it can be done perfectly well....

You can go and come and go and come. Mm? One day you will do that too - you will pack and you will never go back - but till that day comes there is no need to force it. This is your home; whenever you feel like coming, you come. Be here and then you can go. And don't create conflict.

I am against all kinds of enforced things. Then things start going wrong. If you force yourself to be here then something within you will have to be repressed, and that is not good; there is no need.

I am against all kinds of repressions. If you have the desire to go, it is perfectly good. The desire in itself is not wrong. There may be something that you need to fulfill there and which can only be fulfilled there. Because there are a few things which can be fulfilled only in the marketplace... and they are part of growth.

So nobody should be taken out of the marketplace unless he is really ready. If something is lingering, it has to be finished, completed. And there is no hurry either.

Just keep in mind that this is your home and there you simply go to fulfill something, that's all. Then sooner or later you will be back one day, finished, but no need to create any tension around it.

Be here only when you feel like being here. Anything that you would have to do against any part of your being is disruptive and creates a kind of guilt.

For example, if you force yourself to be there, you don't come here and you want to come, that will be creating guilt. You force yourself to be here and don't go there and you want to be there; that will be guilt. You can simply float. And whenever you become guilty about something... And by guilt I mean whenever you do something against yourself - that you never wanted to do in the first place and are doing for some other motives, forcing, the spontaneity of your being is lost - you will feel guilty.

This gland in the throat is called adam's apple, because adam ate the apple and he could not swallow. it.

It got stuck in the throat because he was feeling divided: half of him wanted to eat and explore and half of him was afraid. And he did it in a conflict. So don't create more adam's apples, never! Do things totally so you can swallow them and digest them. It is perfectly good!

Prem means love and sameda means offering - love offering to god. And that's what you have to become, an offering.

Literally it means... In ancient India there were fire rituals called 'yagnas'. India has worshipped fire for centuries. Fire has been the first most important invention of humanity. It is through fire that man has survived, so it became very very sacred.

And sameda is the special wood chosen from the forest for the fire ritual. It is an offering to the fire god... and god is fire. Hence the colour orange has been chosen for sannyas; it is the colour of fire.

God is fire, and we have to become like wood so we disappear in god, the fire consumes us. We are no more, and the day we are no more, that is the first time we are. By losing ourselves, we find; by dying we are reborn. So it is one of the most important words I am giving to you as a name.

[A sannyasin says he has been feeling very miserable. Last night he stayed up to look after his son who was sick. He has heartburn often and thinks it is repressed anger. Osho checks his energy.]

Nothing to be worried about.... Just ordinary cycles of misery and happiness. I don't see that there is really any cause for it. One thing you have to understand about it is that the mind functions in a cycle.

There are three cycles in human existence. The first is the physical. It takes twenty-three days to complete, and it affects a broad range of physical factors, including resistance to disease, strength, coordination, and the other basic body functions, and the sensation of physical well-being. The second cycle is emotional. It takes twenty-eight days to complete, just as it takes twenty-eight days in the feminine body for the menstruation to come. Just now science is becoming alert that even man has a kind of monthly period and that after each twenty-eight days it happens. The feminine period is visible and physical. Man's period is not visible and not physical; more pyschological, more emotional, but it happens. The emotional cycle governs creativity, sensitivity, mental health, mood, perception of the world and ourselves.

When a woman is in the period, for three, four, five days she is in misery, sad, negative, dull, dead, feeling very low, jumpy, shaken. But women become accustomed to it because it is so visible. By and by they learn that it has to be so, so by and by they are not so miserable. It is an every month thing and so visible, so things settle. But man's problem is more difficult. The period is there - the male period - but it is not visible and you don't know where it comes from and when it goes.

Right now my feeling is you are in a menstruation period, so for three, four days, you will suffer.

This is one cycle. It will be good if you read something about bio-rhythms - a new science that is developing; bio-rhythm. And it will be very helpful for you.

This is a twenty-eight days cycle in the body; it follows the moon. So whenever there is moon you will be more happy, and when there is no moon you will be less happy....

And then finally, the third cycle. The third cycle is the intellectual cycle. It takes place over a thirty-three day period. It regulates memory, alertness, receptivity to knowledge and the logical

and analytical functions. The first half of each period is positive and the second half, negative.

Sometimes you have a period in the negative phase and the others in the positive, and vice versa.

When all the three cycles are in the positive, peaks of joy and ecstasy happen. And when all the three are in the negative, one lives in hell. Heaven means all the three are in the positive and hell is the other end. And to be free of both is nirvana, moksha, absolute freedom.

So it has nothing to do - at least about you I am certain - with any cause. Those are just excuses; that boy's illness was just an excuse. If he were not ill then you would have found something else.

So don't be angry with him. And it has nothing to do with anger. You have just to understand your phases, and you have to be a little more watchful. Start keeping a diary about these negative phases. Within three, four months, you will be able to make your chart, and then you can predict that next monday you are going to be in a bad mood, and then be alert.

In ancient days yogis used to make such charts. The science of bio-rhythm was well-known and practised in the yoga and sufi schools. And these charts were very helpful because if you know that for the first week of every month you become very very negative, then a few things can be avoided.

In that first week don't do anything for which you can repent later on; don't fight, don't get angry.

The people who are really following those charts will not move out of their rooms. They will not do anything for those seven or four or three days, because whatsoever they do will be wrong.

And then you know when your positive mood comes. That is the time to relate, to go to people, to meet, and nothing will go wrong. You will be in a different state altogether.

So start keeping a diary from tomorrow morning. And by diary I don't mean that you have to write all kinds of details; just the diary of negative and positive moods - morning, afternoon, evening, night - four points. Every day note down how you were feeling for three months; then make a chart. Just look at that chart. When your positive moments are there, those are the moments when you should meditate, love, sing, dance, go swimming, relate to people, do something creative. And you will be much benefited, because suddenly god is available in those moments - you are very close.

When you are in a negative mood then don't do anything... just the necessary. And remember that the mind will tend to find some cause but don't look for any cause; the cause is inside you.

Watching this way, within six, eight months you will be able to become a witness, and then nothing disturbs. Then you know it is just part of nature - nothing to do with you. Seeing it, you start transcending.

No, nothing is a problem. And you are a moon type, so you have to be very watchful about the moon. Mm? you can become really excited. Use that excitement too. The moon can drive you mad - hence the word 'lunatic'; it means moonstruck, lunar, from lunar the lunatic. Many more people go mad on the full-moon night, many more people commit suicide and murder on the full-moon night, and many have become enlightened also on the full-moon night! It depends on how you use it. It is great energy released.

Man is still a part of the ocean, and just as the moon affects the ocean, it affects man. Eighty percent you are ocean water - still: with the same chemicals, the same saltiness, and everything.

With eighty percent ocean water you are bound to be affected by the moon; you will be in a rage of energy.

If you don't use it rightly it can become destructive. For example, if in the full-moon night you can't sleep then it is better not to sleep. Why not sing, play, dance; why bother about sleeping ? It is not the night to sleep. It is the night to dance, celebrate. Next day, exhausted, you can go to sleep. If you try to sleep and you cannot sleep then it becomes misery.

There are tribes in India - primitive tribes - who will never sleep on the full-moon night. One is not meant to sleep. They will dance the whole night - they will dance like crazy - and the next day will be a holiday. Their holidays are according to the moon, not according to the sun; they don't have sun days. When the full moon has come, the next day is the holiday; then everybody has to sleep.

The whole community will sleep because the whole night they will drink and dance and celebrate and it will be an orgy of joy.

And my own observation is that people can reach to the highest peak of joy on the full-moon night.

They are at the lowest ebb on the no-moon night.

So you just watch - I don't see that there is any problem. Good!

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In the Bible, Isaiah 57:3-5 the prophet, talking of the Jews of
his day says:

"But draw near hither, ye sons of the sorceress, the seed of
the adulterer and the whore. Against whom do ye sport
yourselves? against whom make ye a wide mouth, and draw out the
tongue? are ye not children of transgression, a seed of
falsehood, Enflaming yourselves with idols under every green
tree, slaying the children in the valleys under the clefts of
the rocks?"

By the phrase, "ye sons of the sorceress," Isaiah calls
attention to the fact that Jewish ritual murder is a black
magic rite. It is customary for the rabbi, as he drinks blood,
to invoke the presence of Satan, who will then presumably carry
out the wishes of the Jews. The drinkers of blood also swear
eternal obedience to Satan during the blood rite.

Isaiah also calls attention to the fact that here the children
are slain "under the cleft of the rocks." This refers to the
Jewish ban against burying the slain gentile child, and to
hiding the body in the rocks in the hopes that the gentiles
will not discover their crime.

The Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. VIII, page 653, published in
1904, says,

"The fact, therefore, now generally accepted by critical
scholars, is that in the last days of the kingdom, human
sacrifices were offered to Yhwh (Yahu, or Jehovah), as King of
Counsellor of the Nation, and that the Prophets disapproved of
it."

Yahu also is interchangeable with Baal, the Golden Idol, and
Satan, who is thought to have been a minor god of the Jews, and
an instrument of Baal. The two themes of Jewish history are
blood and gold, and every practice of the Jews is inextricably
bound up with these two factors.

Let me briefly quote Dr. Vladimir Ivanovich Dal from the
above-cited book on these crimes:

"It was not just one group of people who have accused Jews of
committing such deplorable acts; Jews were accused many times
of that in court by a variety of people. On the whole, there
was not only their own confession in addition to other
evidence; but there were such examples where the Jews were
exposed and, consequently, had recognized themselves as being
true. One such event should obviously be enough for people to
acknowledge the real existence of such villainous human
mutilation, but the defenders of Jews say something quite
different: The confession was forced by torture and, therefore,
proves nothing. Assuming, however, this argument is true, too,
and believing all that was ever said and written on this
problem in favor of Jews, with respect to forced confessions,
there is still one circumstance that will remain, which is
never paid enough attention.

This circumstance not only remains as unexplained by Jews but
also is the proof of the crime itself--namely, it is not
doubtful that, from time to time, the corpses of babies, who
were missing, were eventually discovered in such distorted
conditions and with such signs of external violence that they
attested to images of excruciatingly painful deaths. This is
the kind of murder for which the Jews are accused. Also, the
incidents of this nature exclusively occurred only in places
where the Jews live. We must ask ourselves: In what type of
circumstance can we attribute the renewed cases of babies who
suffered painful deaths--babies who were carefully tortured up
to the point of their tragic deaths--if an accusation is not
fair? What reason can we invent for the villainous torture of a
baby, if it is not done for religious mutilation? The external
signs on corpses indicate each time this is discovered,
positively, that the death could not be accidental in any case
but intentional. And, it is obvious that these injuries
sustained by the babies are deliberately done and take place
over a long time: The whole body is poked or pricked. Then,
scraps of skin are cut.

The tongue was often cut out. The intimate parts of boys are
either cut out, or the boys were circumcised. Occasionally,
other parts of the body are cut out, and the palms are
punctured. Signs of bruises from tight bandages put on and
removed again are not uncommon; often, the entire skin has
abrasions as if it was burnt or had something rubbing against
it. Sometimes, the corpse was even washed, with it being
discovered without any blood in it; nor was there any blood on
the undergarments or clothes, demonstrating that they were
taken off during the murder and, afterwards, put on again. The
parents and siblings of babies who have experienced such tragic
deaths wonder: For what possible reason would people commit
such deplorable acts to innocent babies? Without a purpose, it
could never be done; yet it continues to happen repeatedly over
time. The ordinary killer, in any case, would be satisfied with
one murder. But a murderer who kills for some type of
mysterious, important purpose cannot be rejected here.

The weak, unsatisfactory searching of investigators, the
different tricks of Jews, their impudent and stubborn denial,
not infrequently a bribery, the confidence by the majority of
educated people in that an accusation is merely the infamous
slander and, finally, the humanity of our criminal laws--all
these things saved the Jewish culprits, nearly every time, from
deserved execution. And they--by using their machinations, by
giving false oath assurances of innocence, and by using false
propaganda that suggested such accusations were merely
theresult of accomplished injustice with slander built on
them--almost always were well prepared for such accusations.

The Jews punished those who demonstrated credible evidence
against them. In the year 1817 [in Russia], a law was enacted
on February 28 that the Superior Command announced on March 6:
It was prohibited to even suspect the Jews of such crimes, and
the opinion that the Jews needed non-Jewish blood was called a
prejudice. Meanwhile, an examination of the places where the
secret training of Talmudists took place recognizes the
realization of this mutilation-murder, and the impartial view
put forth in these case productions convinces, without doubt,
the truth of their validity."

One expose of the subject of Ritual Murder was written in great
detail by Arnold S. Leese, entitled My Irrelevant Defense on
Jewish Ritual Murder, London, 1938. Addressing the issue of
sacrifices, Mr. Leese states:

"Let a Jew speak for us here: 'Bernard Lazare, a Jew who was
stated (Jewish Encyclopedia, 1904, Vol. VII, p. 650) to be
'without any religious convictions.' wrote what he himself
described as 'an impartial study of the history and sociology
of the Jews.' calling his book L'Antisemitisme; in the 1904
edition of this, Vol. II, p. 215, he writes, after mentioning
the accusations against the Jews of Ritual Murder: 'To this
general belief are added the suspicions, often justified,
against the Jews addicted to magical practices. Actually, in
the Middle Ages, the Jew was considered by the people as the
magician par excellence; one finds many formulae of exorcism in
the Talmud, and the Talmudic and Cabalistic demonology is very
complicated. Now one knows the position that blood always
occupies in the operations of sorcery. In Chaldean magic it had
a very great importance... Now, it is very probable, even
certain that Jewish magicians sacrificed children; hence the
origin of the legend of ritual sacrifice.'"

Thus Lazare tries to absolve the Jews of the ritual murder
charge by saying that they were guilty, but that it was done
from motives of sorcery, rather than as a key element in the
practice of the Jewish religion. He apparently has not read the
Bible, or noted Isaiah's denunciations of the Jews as sorcerers
and murderers of children. Of course the Jews killed children
during their rites of sorcery, as Lazare admits, but these
horrors were committed as essential rites of the Jewish religion.

Dr. Eric Bischoff, a famous German Jewish scholar, has found
the explicit authorization of the practice of Jewish ritual
murder in the Thikunne Zohar, Edition Berdiwetsch, 88b, a book
of cabalistic ritual, as follows:

"Furthermore, there is a commandment pertaining to the killing
of strangers, who are like beasts. This killing has to be done
in the lawful (Jewish) method. Those who do not ascribe
themselves to the Jewish religious law must be offered up as
sacrifices to the (Jews) High God (Satan)."

Murders of Christian children by the Jews usually occur during
the important feast-days, Purim, one month before Easter, and
Passover, at Easter. Jewish law prescribes that the gentile
victim at Purim, a Jewish holiday as the Jewish victory over
the gentiles, may be an adult.

Also if no gentile victim can be obtained, dried blood from a
previous victim may be used. However, a Jewish law is quite
specific that the victim at Passover must be a White Child (as
the Whites are the True Israelites, and the Jews know it) under
seven years of age, who must be bled white, crowned with
thorns, tortured, beaten, stabbed, and finally given the last
blow by being wounded in the side, the dagger prescribed to be
in the hands of a rabbi, in a complete re-enactment of the
crucifixion of Christ.

This vindictive ceremony reassures the Jews that even if a few
of the gentiles are alerted to the nature of this people, as
Christ talked against them, the Jews will always win out by
murdering the critic. Consequently, many critics of the Jews
are slain in these terrible ceremonies. In the United States,
perhaps the most famous victim of Jewish ritual murder was the
son of Charles Lindbergh, on March 1, 1932, during the time of
the annual Jewish celebration. Lindbergh's son was chosen
because Lindbergh himself was the most logical person to lead
the gentiles against the Jews. His son was slain as a warning
to him to decline this service. Lindberg's father, a
Congressman, had led the fight against Paul Warburg of Kuhn,
Loeb Co., when Warburg succeeded in getting a subservient
Congress to pass the Federal Reserve Act.

The elder Lindbergh had published a book which was burned by
Federal agents during World War I, even though he was a
Congressman at the time. He was well aware of the nature of the
Jewish problem. Now that his son was a world-famous man, after
his feat of flying alone across the Atlantic, the Jews feared
that he might be persuaded to lead a gentile revolt against
their power.

They had already planned World War II, in which Germany was to
be the sacrificial victim, and now they brought in an almost
illiterate German, Gerhart Hauptmann, and convicted him of the
killing. Symbolically, Hauptmann, like Christ, was also a
carpenter, a profession which made him a logical victim for the
Jews.

Hauptmann's defense was that a Jew named Isidor Fisch had hired
him to do some carpenter work, and had paid him with the bills
which proved to be from the Lindbergh ransom money. Although
the existence of Fisch was proven, he could not be located
during the trial. The court was like the one which had
convicted Jesus, for it only accepted evidence which the Jews
allowed to be presented. In reality, of course, one cannot
believe anything which is accepted as evidence in an American
court, due to the facility of the Jews for manufacturing
evidence and due to the prevalence of Jewish lawyers and judges
in all American court rooms. This was also the first of many
efforts of the Jews to vilify the Germans so that America would
be more easily deceived into fighting a Jew's war.

A book entitled The Jew, the Gypsy, and El Islam, indicates that
the Talmudic god of the Jews [Not the God of Christians] is a blood
loving god:

"The Talmud declares that there are two kinds of blood pleasing
to the lord, viz:

(1) that of Paschal holocaust [Easter sacrifice & the Feast of Purim];

(2) that of circumcision."

According to The Jewish Encyclopedia, 1903, Vol. IV., p. 90,
when performing the operation of circumcision on children, the
mohel (Jewish Rabbi who does the circumcision):

"takes some wine in his mouth and applies his lips to the part
involved in the operation, and exerts suction, after which he
expels the mixture of wine and blood into a receptacle provided."

Among the Jews themselves, the blood rite is an integral part
of the ceremony of circumcising Jewish males. According to The
Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. VI, page 99, when performing the
circumcision, the mohel, or circumciser,

"takes some wine in his mouth and applies his lips to the part
involved in the operation and exerts suction, after which he
expels the mixture of wine and blood into a receptacle provided."

What The Jewish Encyclopedia does not tell us is that this
mixture of wine and blood is then drunk by the rabbi, as a
great delicacy. No other people in the world today enacts such
a weird blood rite, save, perhaps, some Stone-Age natives in
the deepest jungles of the Congo or New Guinea. Hatred of
Christianity is a tradition among the Jews.

One of the principle feast-days is that of Purim. This feast is
an orgy of hate against Haman, the story of whom is found in
the Book of Esther of the Old Testament, the only Jewish book
in the entire Bible.

The story, is that Xeroxes, King of Persia, became enamored
with a Jewess, Esther a prostitute, and made her Queen in place
of his rightful wife. Haman, the King's minister, complained to
him of the conduct of the Jews who, he said, did not keep the
laws of the land, and obtained from the King an order to slay
them.

Esther pleaded with the King and prevailed upon him to summon
Haman to a banquet. There, Queen Esther further prevailed upon
the King to spare the Jews and hang Haman on a gallows prepared
for the execution of her guardian. Instead of the Jews being
destroyed, their enemies were slaughtered, including Haman's
ten sons, who were hanged. This feast is often celebrated by an
exhibition of gluttony, intoxication, and curses on the memory
of Haman; and even to this day the Jewish bakers make cakes,
laced with dried Christian blood, in the shape of human ears
which are eaten by the Jews on this day, and are called
"Haman's Ears," revealing once again the inherent hate and
barbarism of the Jews in our midst.

When a Ritual Sacrifice occurs at Purim, it is usually that of
an adult Christian who was murdered for his blood; the blood is
then dried and the powder mixed into triangular cakes for
eating; it is possible that the dried blood of a Purim
Sacrifice might sometimes be used for the following Passover.

When a Ritual Sacrifice is done at Passover, it is usually that
of a Christian child under seven years old, as perfect a
specimen as possible, who is not only bled white, but
crucified, sometimes circumcised and crowned with thorns,
tortured, beaten, stabbed, and sometimes finished off by
wounding in the side in imitation of the murder of Christ. The
blood taken from the child is then mixed either in the powdered
state or otherwise into the Passover bread.

Another festival at which Ritual Sacrifice has sometimes been
indulged in is Chanucah (Which is called Hanukkah today) which
occurs in December, commemorating the recovery of Jerusalem
under the Maccabees in B.C. 165.

Although hate is the principal motive, superstitious traditions
are also involved, one being the association of
blood-sacrifices with the idea of atonement; some Jews have
confessed that Jewry cannot be saved unless every year the
blood of a Christian is obtained for the purpose of ritual
consumption.

The Jewish Encyclopedia, 1903, Vol. III, pp. 266-267, gives a
list of Accusations of Ritual Murder (Sacrifices) made against
the Jews through the centuries; 122 cases are listed in
chronological order, and no less than 39 of them were made in
the 19th century!