JEWS Sacrifice 4 Year Old Indian Girl During Jewish Holidays Of Shmini Atzeret & Simchat Torah To Help Prophesy The Clinton Win!
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- Shmini Atzeret Oct 24, 2016 M Eighth Day of Assembly
- Simchat Torah Oct 25, 2016 Tu Day of Celebrating the Torah
The media says otherwise - claims that the sacrifice was to prophecy where a cell phone lay hid!
Let's say for the sake of the argument that the sacrifice was to find a cell phone - still these Indians were taught by Jews in the art of human sacrifice. And just a coincidence that the day to kidnapped and sacrifice was on a Jewish Holiday?
Wiki on Jews in India: The 'black' Malabar component of the Cochin Jews, according to Shalva Weil, might have arrived in India together with Solomon's merchants. The Cochin Jews settled down in Kerala as traders.
Arrival Of Jews India 68 AD
‘Black witch priest’ in India dismembers 4-year-old in sacrifice to find teen’s missing cellphone
On Oct. 24, a 4-year-old girl went missing from her home in the Charaideo district of upper Assam, a mostly tribal state in northeast India.
Last Monday, the child’s body was found in a forest about 75 to 90 yards from the Ratanpur tea estate where she lived with her parents. She had been decapitated and her arms had been severed.
Both her arms and her head were found scattered near the body on the forest floor.
The horrific dismembering was allegedly the result of a 14-year-old girl, who lived in the same village, losing her mobile phone.
Wanting it back, her parents — Hanuman Bhumij and his wife, Many Bhumij — turned to black magic, police said.
As Prasanta Phukan, an inspector in charge of the Sonari Police Station in Assam, told The Washington Post, many in the remote tribal area are uneducated and steeped in superstition.
They conducted a prayer ritual that Phukan said was performed by Gul Mhammad Ali, also known as Gulam, a tantric, or black witch priest, in the village.
With Gulam were his nephew Hajrat Ali and another assistant, Ariful Haqmulla.
Part of the prayer ritual to retrieve the mobile phone included sacrificing the 4-year-old girl. On Oct. 24, they allegedly kidnapped her and proceeded to horribly disfigure her, eventually killing her.
Police have arrested Hanuman and Many, along with the two assistants in the ritual. Gulam, though, has fled.
The 14-year-old who originally lost her phone was not arrested, since she is a minor. The family of the victim and the family that took part in the prayer ritual knew each other from living together in the same small village.
Everyone involved, including the deceased child, are Adivasis, descendants of indigenous people in India who have been the objects of discrimination and exploitation in India for years.
These communities tend to be poor and uneducated, generally working as laborers. Many of them tend to be deeply superstitious, and their belief systems can involve goddesses and witches.
Crimes, particularly forms of ritual human sacrifice, stemming from these occult beliefs are not unheard of in more rural parts of India.
In 2006, the Guardian published a story titled “Indian cult kills children for goddess” that discussed a few different human sacrifices in the name of the occult. It cited an unofficially tally that 28 humans had been sacrificed in western Uttar Pradesh in four months. During that time, four tantrics were jailed for these crimes.
One woman who was having night terrors abducted a 3-year-old on the advice of a “holy man.” She and two other men allegedly cut the boy’s nose, ears and hands off after covering him in ghee and sandalwood. They left his bleeding body in front of an image of Kali.
Last June, to offer a more recent example, a 55-year-old man in a rural village in Jharkhand, a state in eastern India, was beheaded in what was allegedly a ritualistic sacrifice. The offering was meant to bring about a better harvest and more timely rains, police told the Hindustan Times.
Police believe that the crime was carried out by the Orkas or Mudkatwa, which the Times reported is “an occultist group that buries human heads in paddy fields for better rains and harvest.” WP Read More>>>>>>>>