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Nubian Jesus The Swastika & Halakast (Opening Of The Seven Seals)

by Michael Meade

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Announcing the release of the self-published E-book by Michael R. Meade called,” Nubian Jesus, Swastika & Halaka-st" that will totally change what you know.
He historically goes back into Africa using their own words to expose them as the people responsible and boldly claims that the truth has been deliberately hidden by these perpetrators for thousands of years but now it's available for the whole world to see.
He takes you back into Ancient Nubia in East Africa using their words and symbols to show you that Jesus came from the city of Wa-“Set” in Africa that was the home of the Was Scepter and uses the ancient hieroglyphic symbols for the city of Waset (Southern City) to show the city's historical name was Sw-Was-T-Ka/Swastika.
After the author unambiguously exposes the African roots of Jesus and the Jews he then explains to the reader that the word Halaka is often translated as "Jewish Law", although a more literal translation might be "the path" or "the way of walking" which derives from the Hebrew root that means to go or to walk that guides not only religious practices and beliefs, but governs all aspects of day-to-day life that became Nazi Socialism in Germany under the African Swastika banner that mass murdered six million innocent Jewish men women and children in Germany and under Commune-ism in the Union Of Soviet Socialist Republic, Mosque Cow, under the Sickle and Hammer that starved to death eight million innocent men women and children. The author draws a clear and distinct correlation between the word Halaka and the definition of the word Fuhrer which also means to lead, akin to old English Faran, to go for a walk.
The author then ties in the words Halaka and Fuhrer to Sharia law by explaining that Scholars describe the word sharia law as an archaic Arabic word denoting "pathway to be followed", or "path to the water hole". The conclusion of the author is that Sharia Law and Halaka governs all aspects of day-to-day life controlled by the government that led to the same government control under Nazism and Commune-ism that directly caused World War I and World War II and was responsible for the Halakast, killing 60 million people.
The author is trying to give this final warning to the people of this planet that the end of civilization is quickly approaching unless this worldwide religious movement and philosophy of Islam to implement this One World Order under the Caliph-ate and Sharia Law is exposed and stopped like Nazi Socialism was under the Iron Christian Cross and Halaka/Jewish Law under Communism. Saria law in Arabic or Sharia law in English, also known as Islamic law is a worldwide movement and flawed one world government philosophy like Nazism, Communism/Halaka that wants to implement the moral code and religious law of Islam that Muslims believe is God's law that is taught through memorization and interpretation of the Qur’an.
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