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Gaza, Hamas, Israel and the Tech-Matrix -PUBLIC

By November 5, 2023November 9th, 2023No Comments



11/9 UPDATE:

See members’ section – connection with New Moon and Ben Gurion Tunnel



11/4 Large demonstration in Washington,  PHOTOS: Washington D.C. SWARMED By Pro-Palestine Protesters (

the demonstrators shout at Joe Biden, accusing him of genocide. Whether deliberately encouraged by the US or Israel or not, the onset of this conflict started with a cruel and horrific demonstration of hate by animals from Hamas. Both camps are equally responsible.

Now, the Muslim-Jewish conflict has been exported everywhere. Their division is dividing the world. Bravo for the organizers. MORE IN MEMBERS’



On October 6th, I posted the article conflagration.

And then, I started reading the book Triple Cross: Israel, the Atomic Bomb and the Man Who Spilled the Secrets by  Louis Toscano. The book was left at the book exchange, next to the gym…

Tripple Cross is the sad story of Mordechai Vanunu who moved with his family from Morocco to Israel, hoping to avoid antisemitism. Good, hard workers who were then forced to live in the desert, without any comfort or electricity, because the government said so. Years later, Vanunu, employed by the military, at the Negev Nuclear Research Center, realized that his country was secretly building nuclear armament. In my world, that meant that we were at risk of an atomic war.


October 14th was the annular solar eclipse. For about one week around the solar eclipse I enjoyed travelling in the galaxy every night.


before starting, i want to mention that i do not think that i know enough to truly understand all geopolitical ramifications in this story. You will still, i guess enjoy the end of this post. A WEBINAR WILL BE ADDED TO THE EVENTS TOMORROW. It is already late. 


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“Israel began to investigate the nuclear field soon after it declared independence in 1948 and, with French co-operation, secretly began building the Negev Nuclear Research Center,[d] a facility near Dimona housing a nuclear reactor and reprocessing plant in the late 1950s. The first extensive details of the weapons program came on October 5, 1986, with media coverage of revelations from Mordechai Vanunu, a technician formerly employed at the center. Vanunu was soon kidnapped by the Mossad and brought back to Israel, where he was sentenced to 18 years in prison for treason and espionage.[1]

France was not the only nation who assisted Israel. “Top secret British documents[56][57] obtained by BBC Newsnight show that Britain made hundreds of secret shipments of restricted materials to Israel in the 1950s and 1960s. These included specialist chemicals for reprocessing and samples of fissile material—uranium-235 in 1959, and plutonium in 1966, as well as highly enriched lithium-6, which is used to boost fission bombs and fuel hydrogen bombs.[58] The investigation also showed that Britain shipped 20 tons of heavy water directly to Israel in 1959 and 1960 to start up the Dimona reactor.[59] The transaction was made through a Norwegian front company called Noratom, which took a 2% commission on the transaction.” [2] Belgium, African countries also assisted in various ways.


Israel never recognized possessing nuclear bombs, practicing an ongoing politic of ambiguity. Mordechai was in fact an instrument, advertising their power. The politic of ambiguity had always bothered me. During the 6 Days War, while in high school, we watched students, our Jewish friends, join the Israeli army. A few years later, brilliant minds became spies for Israel, while attending French universities and using French grants. One of my closest friends was most probably working for the Mossad, although he never recognized it. Of course, he had a super high IQ, was an engineer, an inventor. He would suddenly disappear when things would get hot somewhere and the Mossad would be involved. Although the intelligence and audacity of the Mossad was exciting to watch, it was always a bittersweet feeling.



Although I did not post anything, I have been, of course, watching and connecting with all the horrors and discussions.


I visited Israel twice. The intent was to feel, feel if I could connect with the Jesus story. My conclusions were included at the end of the volume: Cosmic Love, the Love Story Between the Archangel Michael, the Earth and the New Jerusalem… another book that vanished in Amazon’s hungry guts and TikTok’s agonizing noise.


Israel was not the only country that I visited in the middle East.  I found the Israeli-people loud and angry, unhospitable, and decided that it was probably the result of their ongoing struggle and fear.


Elohim and Khazarian Mafia: Do Not Believe All Bigmouths – Archangel Michael (


Tourists can be overwhelming; we were simply not welcome and had to obey. It was very different from Egypt where, one’s dollars or euros, at least, attract a smile! Or Lebanon, where the last group I was with finally felt a breath of fresh air… after touring Israel and Hamas [I am aware of Lebanon’s politics and connection with PLO. Then Israel-Jordan peace treaty in 1994].

My reaction was to behave like a teenager. After being mistreated a few times, I decided to openly state and display my feelings. i.e.  Shamelessly embarrassing the guide, I proudly and nonchalantly entered the lobby of the 4 stars hotel for check in,  in dirty socks, my shoes wrapped around my neck, a defiant look on my face. The souk was more friendly; the group traveling with me loved the fresh pomegranate juice and the colors.


I had purposely hired both Jewish and Muslim guides so as to hear both sides of the story. In the country where I was raised, Jews, Arabs, Christians cohabited joyfully… until the Arab community decided that it wanted the independence. Sadly, violence immediately rose.


Visiting the border between Israel and Gaza was revolting and sad. The poverty on the other side of the wall, loud and heavy, was difficult to handle. The Israelis’ harshness again at the border was difficult to watch.  I felt embarrassed as we were all obviously able to spend thousands of dollars to have a pick and drive around in private bus.



What do I think about the war Hamas-Israel?


My heart goes to all the family members in grief, all the children with parents, all the kids running away to nowhere. Crossing the border between Israel and Gaza, years ago, left a scar in my heart. the poverty on the other side, the harshness of the Israeli soldiers, mixed with guilt. The group I was leading was certainly not poor, or living without running water.


Do I want to support any side? No.


Whether or not Hamas was/is secretly supported by Israel is no more the question.[3] Everyone knows that, in this world, what we see or what we are told is most probably false.


What we must consider in the present situation:


  • The Jewish ethnic problem is different from the existence of an Israeli state.
  • We are far from the story of Ishmael versus Isaac as told in the Bible.
  • Power and money have many faces.


this is a must read.




Thanks to yet another internet failure, I will use my resources, a book bought in Israel, Carta’s historical atlas of Jerusalem by Dan Bahat, published in 2013, with a foreword of Teddy Kollek who was mayor of the city.


“Towards the end of year 1516 a pitch battle between the armies of Turkish Sultan Selim I and the Mameluke ruler, Qansuh elGhori, … near Aleppo, in which Sultan Selim emerged the victor.” Selim ruled on Palestine and Jerusalem. However, although pilgrims were still visiting, and taxed by the local authorities, that had little desire to restore the city. As for the Turkish rulers, they were more interested in a direct route towards India as greed and commerce was, is still the basic engine in our societies. It took the arrival of Suleiman the Magnificent (1520-1566) for Jerusalem to get a little attention and be partially restored. In 1552, Suleiman decided to evict the Franciscan monks from the Mount Zion… “Jerusalem ceased to develop and grow from about the middle of the 17th century to the middle of the 19th century. In the pilgrim literature, Jerusalem is described as a ghost town…in 1808 fire destroyed much of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.” Amidst diverse fights, “the British Consulate was opened in 1838,” during the reign of Queen Victoria. Foreign presence attracted investors and revived the city.[4]





In the desert, WATER, THE SEA; who has access to water? Ben Gurion canal project?

Since 1964, Arab countries, concerned over Israeli plans to divert waters of the Jordan River into the coastal plain,[211] had been trying to divert the headwaters to deprive Israel of water resources, provoking tensions between Israel on the one hand, and Syria and Lebanon on the other. Arab nationalists led by Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser refused to recognize Israel and called for its destruction.[212][213][214] By 1966, Israeli-Arab relations had deteriorated to the point of actual battles taking place between Israeli and Arab forces.[


“In May 1967, Egypt massed its army near the border with Israel, expelled UN peacekeepers, stationed in the Sinai Peninsula since 1957, and blocked Israel’s access to the Red Sea.[216][217][218] Other Arab states mobilized their forces.[219] Israel reiterated that these actions were a casus belli and, on 5 June, launched a pre-emptive strike against Egypt. Jordan, Syria and Iraq responded and attacked Israel. In a Six-Day War, Israel captured and occupied the West Bank from Jordan, the Gaza Strip and Sinai Peninsula from Egypt, and the Golan Heights from Syria.[220] Jerusalem’s boundaries were enlarged, incorporating East Jerusalem, and the 1949 Green Line became the administrative boundary between Israel and the occupied territories.[citation needed]

Following the 1967 war and the “Three Nos” resolution of the Arab League, Israel faced attacks from the Egyptians in the Sinai Peninsula during the 1967–1970 War of Attrition, and from Palestinian groups targeting Israelis in the occupied territories, in Israel proper, and around the world. Most important among the various Palestinian and Arab groups was the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO),


11/3 Away from computer for 3 days… today, received a video mentioning the issue of the Ben Gurion Canal. It would explain why Israel would want to eradicate Gaza.


If you do not know about the Suez and Ben Gurion Canals, read:



SOME HISTORY- You can pass this if you want. But it gives us clues.

Syria: “Ottoman Sultan Selim I conquered most of Syria in 1516 after defeating the Mamelukes at the Battle of Marj Dabiq near Aleppo. Syria was part of the Ottoman Empire from 1516 to 1918, although with 2 brief captures by the Iranian Safavids, notably under Shah Ismail I and Shah Abbas. Ottoman rule was not burdensome to the Syrians because the Turks, as Muslims, respected Arabic as the language of the Koran, and accepted the mantle of defenders of the faith. Damascus became the major entrepot for Mecca, and as such it acquired a holy character to Muslims, because of the barakah (spiritual force or blessing) of the countless pilgrims who passed through on the hadj, the pilgrimage to Mecca.[17]


During the 12th–13th centuries, parts of Syria were held by Crusader states: the County of Edessa (1098–1149), the Principality of Antioch (1098–1268) and County of Tripoli (1109–1289). The area was also threatened by Shi’a extremists known as Assassins (Hassassin) and in 1260 the Mongols briefly swept through Syria. The withdrawal of the main Mongol army prompted the Mamluks of Egypt to invade and conquer Syria. In addition to the sultanate’s capital in Cairo, the Mamluk leader, Baibars, made Damascus a provincial capital, with the cities linked by a mail service that traveled by both horses and carrier pigeons. The Mamluks eliminated the last of the Crusader footholds in Syria and repulsed several Mongol invasions.

During World War I, French diplomat François Georges-Picot and British diplomat Mark Sykes secretly agreed on the post war division of the Ottoman Empire into respective zones of influence in the Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916. In October 1918, Arab and British troops advanced into Syria and captured Damascus and Aleppo. In line with the Sykes-Picot agreement, Syria became a League of Nations mandate under French control in 1920.[18]



IRAN: Persia was one of the oldest civilization with 4000 years of history. It was unified by Zoroastrism, from Zoroaster or Zarathustra. Evidence of Zoroasthrism is found as far as 600 BC. with known existence

“The general perception among archaeologists is that Susa was an extension of the Sumerian city-state of Uruk, hence incorporating many aspects of Mesopotamian culture.[

The Iranian Empire proper begins in the Iron Age, following the influx of Iranian peoples. Iranian people gave rise to the Medes, the Achaemenid, Parthian, and Sasanian Empires of classical antiquity.

Once a major empire, Iran has endured invasions too, by the MacedoniansArabsTurks, and Mongols. Iran has continually reasserted its national identity throughout the centuries and has developed as a distinct political and cultural entity.

The Muslim conquest of Persia (633–654) ended the Sasanian Empire, and was a turning point in Iranian history. Islamization of Iran took place during the eighth to tenth centuries, leading to the eventual decline of Zoroastrianism in Iran as well as many of its dependencies. However, the achievements of the previous Persian civilizations were not lost but were to a great extent absorbed by the new Islamic polity and civilization.

Iran, with its long history of early cultures and empires, had suffered particularly hard during the Late Middle Ages and the early modern period. Many invasions of nomadic tribes, whose leaders became rulers in this country, affected it negatively.[5]

Iran was reunified as an independent state in 1501 by the Safavid dynasty, which set Shia Islam as the empire’s official religion, marking one of the most important turning points in the history of Islam.[7



The Iranian peoples emerged as a separate branch of the Indo-Iranians in the 2nd millennium BC, during which they came to dominate the Eurasian Steppe and the Iranian Plateau. Their religion is derived from Proto-Indo-Iranian religion, and therefore shares many similarities with the Vedic religion of India.[6]



ISRAEL, EARLY HISTORY: The “BALFOUR DECLATION and influence of the UK. The Balfour Declaration was a public statement issued by the British government in 1917 during the First World War announcing its support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine, then an Ottoman region with a small minority Jewish population.

The declaration called for safeguarding the civil and religious rights for the Palestinian Arabs, who composed the vast majority of the local population, and also the rights and political status of the Jewish communities in other countries outside of Palestine. The British government acknowledged in 1939 that the local population’s wishes and interests should have been taken into account, and recognised in 2017 that the declaration should have called for the protection of the Palestinian Arabs’ political rights.

The declaration had many long-lasting consequences. It greatly increased popular support for Zionism within Jewish communities worldwide, and became a core component of the British Man


date for Palestine, the founding document of Mandatory Palestine. It indirectly led to the emergence of Israel and is considered a principal cause of the ongoing Israeli–Palestinian conflict.”[7]


So, what is the point?




What is the most important thing on Earth: the evolution of a DNA, a race.

Human beings can communicate, relate, build in matter, be co-creators according to their DNA and bio-fields.


Your type of DNA and brain determine how you can receive and emit data. Your DNA and level of frequency — general average frequency— defines how useful you are and what you relate with in the Cosmos.

Your DNA also makes you a plat de resistance (main course), an appetizer or a delicacy for the entities — and humans — whose job is to hook on you, use you, eat you for dessert.


… this is where I regret not to have a French chocolate ganache or a true Napoleon (Mille-feuilles) in the fridge… it’s ok, we need to smile!!



So back to the top. And in my world.

Between August, the equinox and during the last 2 eclipses, important changes happened in the organization of power at the galactic level. The upheaval on earth is the consequence of these changes. This is the last layer, the conclusion of a spiritual and precessional cycle (precession of the equinoxes), involving the leadership in the galaxy.



August, removal of a mothership,








To better communicate with the gods,




Who are Hamas’ leaders? Use translator if needed.

Although I have no way to verify all data, it seems that Hamas’s top leaders are billionaires or at least very wealthy. Good carrier plan. For instance, the Vancouver Sun claimed that “Hamas’s top leaders are worth billions. Taxes on tunnel-smuggled goods and international donors make Hamas the second-richest terror group in the world after the Islamic State.” According to a video release by Israel, It also estimates the estimated “net worth of several Hamas leaders — all of whom, it notes, live hundreds of kilometres from Gaza, in Qatar. Abu Marzuk, deputy chair of the Hamas Political Bureau is worth $3 billion, while senior leaders Khaled Mashal and Ismail Haniyeh are each worth about $4 billion.” For more[14]


UK, population.66.7 millions

Probably because of their involvement with India in the past, “Islam is the second-largest religion in the United Kingdom, with results from the 2011 Census giving the population as 4.4% of the total UK population, while results from the 2021 Census recorded a population of 6.5% in England and Wales. London has the greatest population of Muslims in the country.” Sadiq Khan, mayor of London, was born in the UK from a Sunni Muslim family.

November 2022:  according to Census, the Muslim population increased 44% in 10 years.

France. 67.7 millions . 10% Muslims – 0.69 Jewish

Germany, 83 millions, 6.5% Muslims 0.14 Jewish

Sweden  8% Muslims.



“What happened to Hulse over the past three years shines a light on the serious flaws in this government system and on the hospital pipeline that thrust Hulse into it. During the coronavirus pandemic, more hospitals went to court to seek guardianships; it was a way to legally move out patients and free up beds. Today, the practice quietly continues as an efficient way to discharge elderly patients who cost hospitals money the longer they stay.” sorry the image is not good.”

The guardian charged Mr. Husle 65 $/hour that she took out directly from his bank account.


“In some states, the only requirement to be a guardian is to be 18 years old. Florida has more requirements including a background and credit check. But still, compare the 40-hour training course with, for instance, the 900 educational hours required to become a licensed barber.

Yet these caretakers control people’s lives and money. In just one Florida county, Palm Beach, guardians control about $1 billion, according to Anthony Palmieri, deputy inspector general for the Palm Beach Circuit Court.”







[2] Idem



[4] Palestine history:





[7] Balfour Declaration – Wikipedia


[8] wiki

[9] Harappa – Wikipedia

[10] Mohenjo-daro | Artifacts, Definition, Map, & Facts | Britannica


[11] South Asia – Wikipedia

[12] San people – Wikipedia

[13] « Deux hypothèses sont en concurrence à propos de l’étymologie du mot « religion ». Pour certains, comme Cicéron (106-43 av. J.-C.), il viendrait du latin religere, qui signifie « relire attentivement », « revoir avec soin ». Pour d’autres, le mot trouverait son origine dans un autre verbe latin, religare, signifiant « relier ». Universalis.

“There are two competing hypotheses about the etymology of the word ‘religion’. For some, such as Cicero (106-43 BC), it comes from the Latin religere, which means “to reread attentively”, “to review carefully”. For others, the word has its origin in another Latin verb, religare, meaning “to connect”.



[14] Hamas’s top leaders are worth billions. Here’s how they continue to grow rich | Vancouver Sun

Meet the Hamas billionaires – Globes


National Post ePaper


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