Orthodox Saints

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Screen Shot 2022-04-20 at 2.00.53 PM.pngA thread devoted to Orthodox Saints. Starting with, on this day our Church acknowledged, the holy Child-Martyr Gabriel of Białystok (Gabriel of Zabludov, Gabriel of Slutsk, or Gabriel of Poland). His death was a result of a ritual murder:

The Child-Martyr Gabriel (+ 1690) was killed when he was only 6 years old. One day when his parents were away, he was lured out of his house by a Jewish tenant named Schutko, who kidnapped him, and stabbed him and drained his blood for 9 days. The man then discarded St. Gabriel’s body in a field near his village.

 

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23 April - Saint George - postponed for the week after Easter Sunday.

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When celebrations coincide within Great Lent or Holy Week they are transferred postponed for the week after Easter Sunday.

The reason is simple: Holy Week and Lent are periods of mourning. During Holy Week the Greek Orthodox Church mourns the Passion of Christ, so it is no time for celebration.

A Christian convert who was born late in the third century after Christ and died early in the fourth century, George was one of the victims of the anti-Christian persecution ordered by the Emperor Diocletian that began in February of the year 303. Churches were destroyed and biblical texts burned. All Roman subjects were ordered to make ritual sacrifices to Rome’s gods. Those who refused risked loss of property and severe punishment. Many were sent into exile as slave laborers in quarries and mines in Egypt and Palestine. Thousands were tortured and many executed.

What made George a saint among saints was the fearless manner in which he proclaimed his faith during a period of persecution when many other Christians were hoping not to be noticed.



 

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With the glow of Pascha still lingering we can remember the Myrrhbearing Women saints, who came to the tomb to annoint the body of Christ, then finding He had risen! They had the courage to run to the disciples to tell them that the tomb was empty, likely knowing that they would not be believed. They were the first to bring the "Good News". Next Sunday, which happens to be Mother's Day, is also the Sunday of the Myrrhbearing Women.
At Pascha we joyfully sing:
"The myrrhbearing women at the break of dawn, drew near to the tomb of the liffe-giver. There they saw an angel, sitting upon the stone. He greeted them with these words: "Why do you seek the living among the dead? Why do you mourn the incorrupt amid corruption? Go! Proclaim glad tidings to the apostles."
 

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One day when his parents were away, he was lured out of his house by a Jewish tenant named Schutko, who kidnapped him, and stabbed him and drained his blood for 9 days. The man then discarded St. Gabriel’s body in a field near his village.

This must be a coincidence I definitely cannot envision the chosen people partaking in adrenochrome parties.
 

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This must be a coincidence I definitely cannot envision the chosen people partaking in adrenochrome parties.


Screen Shot 2022-05-05 at 2.51.28 PM.pngA particular evil individual (here labeled a Jew in this saint’s story) practicing a demonic behaviour could be best argued as a Babylonian Talmud sacrifice, perhaps? Is this what Revelation 2:9 references? Have no answers; just sharing saints and asking questions for clarification. Thoughts?

This refenced behaviour damages the label Jews as God’s special people. Perhaps, Gentiles can fervently pray for the Jewish people to fulfill their mission: to proclaim God’s truth, His Son Jesus Christ, among world nations.


"Save, O Lord, Thy people, and bless Thine inheritance; grant Thou victory over enemies. Give no place for the cunning demon to master through the violence of mortal bodies, strengthen poor and feeble hands, and guide in the way of salvation."
 

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View attachment 41237A particular evil individual (here labeled a Jew in this saint’s story) practicing a demonic behaviour could be best argued as a Babylonian Talmud sacrifice, perhaps? Is this what Revelation 2:9 references? Have no answers; just sharing saints and asking questions for clarification. Thoughts?

Late 1600s was the Sabbatai Zevi era. Now their descendents own pharmaceutical companies. Ha!
 

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Late 1600s was the Sabbatai Zevi era. Now their descendents own pharmaceutical companies. Ha!

“In 1666 Sabbatai Zevi, he was a Khazarian and he was their messiah … [Zevi] said that it was okay for any of the Khazars to pretend to be a Jew but practise their true religion, which is this variant of Satan worship that has been inculcated into the Talmud in hidden language.”

History of the Khazars

When it comes to Ukraine and the Khazars it’s unfortunate we cannot turn to history books because history is curiously silent about the Khazars. The reason why talking about Khazars is so sensitive is because it brings up the contentious question: who are the true Jews, the true children of God?

 
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