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Friday, 8 November 2013

The Angel Gabriel & Miriam the hairdresser



A portion of Jan van Eyck's stunning 15th century painting the Annunciation, depicting the Angel Gabriel informing the Virgin Mary that she will give birth to the Son of God, next to the United States Postal Service's Christmas 1968 stamp which reproduced only the Angel Gabriel from Eyck's painting.

Christmas is the time for lengthy Holocaust trials to get under way. But there are other ways in which people can celebrate the true spirit of the Babylonian Talmud at Christmas. The American Jewish Congress showed us how it should be done back in 1968:








5 comments:

  1. There is this story about Herzl and the Christmas tree http://judaism.about.com/b/2010/12/24/theodor-herzl-had-a-christmas-tree.htm

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  2. O.T., but just take a look at the comment following this article.

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  3. Does it mean anything that these Holocaust trials were held in Frankfurt? Rothschild city? The Free imperial city?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Imperial_City,

    Judengasse no. 148 was the house of the rich Jewish family Rothschild in a 'ghetto' in the Free Imperial City Frankfurt during the Holy Roman Emperor.

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    1. Who knows? In Frankfurt they have also the "Messeturm" building, with the masonic pyramid on top. The name of the Obermain bridge was changed to "Ignatz Bubis bridge", after the big wig of the council of jews in Germany.
      OT: Just seen the 6 hour underground documentary "Adolf Hitler the greatest story never told" on the web,
      not in one piece, just one hour per day. It contains less news but if you see the whole story of what they did to Germany you feel almost battered. It´s worth to see it anyway.

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