I don't expect any of you to remember me, but I've returned to perform what I hope are eventually seen as noble works. Before anyone asks, I'm not exactly an "insider", but I am certainly familiar with things normal people are not. Being at philosophical odds with people who have for a while kept "normal" people in the dark on purpose, it's something of a moral obligation of mine to grant people opportunities to ask me questions every so often; part of it is to cure boredom, part of it is to enact my personal Will (I can expand briefly on this if you'd like) and part of it is a rigid absolutist approach I take to the "don't tell them until they're ready" situation our species is suffering from which seems these days to be a worse alternative to "risking" just saying what the truth is in front of (supposedly) simple people.
I have no affiliations. No one asked me to do this or has ever offered to pay me and I also assume there's a meaningful amount of people out there who would prefer that I didn't, but here I am. I admire the ancients' views on Parrhesia, to be blunt, so this is something I try to do every once in a while. For the record, I believe this is the first time I've revisited a recycled personality/presentation.
We can do the same subjects as last time, but to give a brief refresher, the bulk of my studies have revolved around what you know to call "Occult", but this also encompasses Danekin-tier topics (which relate heavily to History). A lot of my affinity revolves around historical world religion and general syncretism. To reiterate, I have zero associations. I suppose I've reached a measure of renown despite being autodidactic, gaining esoteric knowledge most people have to do a great deal more work (and follow a lot more rules) to uncover. Further, I usually enjoy topics such as Anthropology, Neuroscience (sort of recent, so don't expect an academic tier grasp or anything, as I'm not any sort of specialist), Pop Culture (particularly the esoteric side) and I suppose the vast majority of topics you'd see discussed regularly on websites like 4chan. I'm also interested in Language, Finance/Economics (I enjoy DeFi/Blockchain), and Philosophy.
Lately, I've been reading about the Essenes and how the ancient world was actually structured. More or less, my theory (in a perfect world, it'd be more like a thesis) lately is that what we know today to call "Judaism" wasn't an authentic ancient religion nor ethnicity. Instead, it appears that the Proto-Christians, in an attempt to free themselves from Roman pursuers, used a deception complex for the sake of survival. In essence, back in those times, the Christians shaped their writings with a secular bend to avoid identification by Roman authorities seeking their demise. This led to incoming "Jews" (a word that seems to not have existed before the ~1700s AD) seeing an opportunity to gain an edge against other cultures, leading to them fabricating a story about "God's chosen people", ultimately borrowing other people's histories, allegories/mythologies, etc.
Some of you may think undermining "Judaism" is a problem. From what I remember, Saidit isn't very prohibitive when it comes to unpopular ideas. No matter which side of the discussion you might fall on, just know that this skepticism doesn't necessarily stem from "bigotry" but instead a pursuit of Truth.
I came from Voat and, while the chance of anyone recognizing me is slim, I won't be confirming nor denying any pseudonyms I've used before anyone asks. About two years ago now, I remember leaving because the users weren't all that stimulating or some drama got stirred up which I somehow wound up in the middle of. Ideally, we avoid that and anyone who has questions of most/all varieties can get some sort of response if they wish.
Think of this like one of those magic 8 balls. Give me a shake (question) and we'll see what kind of answer you get. Just keep in mind you're more likely to get a stimulating answer if you can touch on something I'm interested in. But we'll never know what I've amassed until we give this thing a whirl again.
Thanks for reading all of this. Don't feel like you need to hold back or anything.