PRAVA ISTINA O SVJETSKOM PRVENSTVU: Ritualna ubojstva, magija i štovanje Lucifera iza benigne zabave koja osvaja milijarde?

PRAVA ISTINA O SVJETSKOM PRVENSTVU: Ritualna ubojstva, magija i štovanje Lucifera iza benigne zabave koja osvaja milijarde?

Nogomet nije zabava za mase. To je proizvod tajnih društava osnovanih u čast raznih demona i bogova koji su stvorili nogomet kako bi proizveli emocije potrebne za održavanje božanstva. Nogomet je izuzetno popularan, pa je kao stvoren za velike rituale u kojima se mogu hipnontizirati milijarde ljudi. Poganski bogovi tražili su ljudske žrtve u drevna vremena, a niti danas nije ništa drugačije.

Nogomet kao najvažnija sporedna stvar na planetu, možda je jedini sport koji može u istom trenutku okupiti više milijardi ljudi da pozorno, gotovo hipnotizirajuće, slijede loptu koja se kotrlja po zelenom terenu. Naime, kao što sve u životu ima dvije strane, materijanu i duhovnu, dobru i zlu tako i nogomet, kojemu je vrhunac Svjetsko nogometno prvenstvo, ima svoje dvije dimenzije od kojih je jedna podosta strašna. U ovom tekstu predstavit ćemo vam okultnu stranu svjetskog nogometnog prvenstva, i činjenice koje dokazuju da iza realitetne strane prvenstva koji u ovom trenutku zaluđuje svijet, postoji i ona manje lijepa, i pomnalo zastrašujuća. Sami zaključite je li riječ o pukim slučajnostima ili o pomno osmišljenom planu Iluminata, masona i drugih duhovno nabijenih, tajnih društva koji izviru iz svega što nas okružuje pa čak, i iz naoko benignog nogometa.

Nogomet je poganska igra žrtvovanja Sotoni; osnovali ga masoni!

Nogomet sam po sebi ima svoju okultnu povijest i pogansku narav. Pa zašto onda misliti da danas nije tako? Naime, povijest nogometa seže do poganskog,  drevne civilizacije Maye koji su prvi osmisli ovu, i ne tako lijepu igru. Maye su igrali nogomet, također u dva tima, udarali su loptu onoliko dugo dok ona nije prošla kroz obruč koji je stajao na zidu. Gubitnički tim bio je žrtvovan za boga. Moramo li napominjati da su egipatski bogovi, demoni, vjerni Sotoni, baš kao i cijela egipatska kultura. Nogomet se u poganskim narodima igrao , i umjesto lopte, ljudskim glavama.

Kako se može pronaći na službenoj stranici FIFA-e, oni su nedavno objavili kako su nogometna pravila, ova koja mi danas poznajemo, i nogomet kakav danas igramo, osnovali masoni, odnosno tajno društvo Slobodnih zidara. U Londonu, prijestolnici masonerije, osnovan je nogomet, 1863. godine od strane Slobodnih zidara, u masonskoj gostionici, a tada je osnovan i prvi nogometni savez te su uobličena sva nogometna pravila.
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Zar nije čudno da su svi brojevi u nogometnim pravilima simbolični i vrlo temeljito uobličeni. Npr, igrača ima upravo 11, a sve u nogometu ima neke svoje specifične dimenzije. Sve je to dio numerološkog dijela Kabale i obreda kojeg se, javno je poznato, pridržavaju masoni.

Svjetsko nogometno prvenstvo – ritualni obred u čas boga Horusa

Pravi primjer da iza nogometa stoji puno viša duhovna sfera i ideja, Svjetsko je nogometno prvenstvo, koje se svake četiri godine održava u drugoj svjetskoj državi, ove godine u Brazilu. Krenemo li od početka ne možemo ne zamijetiti okultni simbolizam u svemu što ima veze s ovim, ali i prijašnjim Svjetskim prvenstvima.

Krenemo li od službenog plakata FIFA-e za ovo svjetsko prvenstvo vidjet ćemo dvije stvari. Na plakatu je naslikana glava ptice što na prvu ne mora biti sumnjivo, no ako pogledamo službeni logo svjetskog prvenstva, koji već dugi niz godina krasi ove plakate, također ćemo vidjeti ptičju glavu koja je tu subliminalno, i nikako ne i slučajno. Riječ je o simbolici i odavanju časti egipatskom bogu Horusu i egipatskom božanstvu, bogu RA.


Ra, ponekad izgovarano kao “Ri” po Koptima i “Fra”, i kasnije kao Amon-Ra, direktnog značenja je “Sunce”) bilo je glavno božanstvo u religiji Starog Egipta do pete dinastije. Ra je uglavnom identificiran kao Sunce, a središte njegovog kulta je bio Heliopolis, što na grčkom znači grad Sunca. Ra ima glavu orla, dok Horus, koji  je egipatski bog s glavom sokola, a koji se također povezuje sa Suncem. Zajedno s bogom Sunca Ra, Horus je udružen u Ra-Harakhtea. Na plakatu se ističe i jedno oko ptice, baš kao i kod ovih bogova. To oko, koristi se kao simbol iluminata i masona, kao oko koje sve vidi i kontrolira, a na bogovima Horusu i bogu Ra, ono je predstavljalo božanstvo Sunca. Moramo li spominjati, da masoni osnivači nogometa, štuju upravo ove drevne, egipatske bogove, a zapravo samo inačice, demona. Pehar svjetskog, nogometnog prvenstva, simbolično predstavlja božanstvo sunca i to je više nego vidljivo kao i simbol svjetske kontrole u rukama organizatora (masona i tajnih vladara svijeta).

Nadalje, sama ceremonija otvaranja nazvana je i službeno ceremonija što je samo druga riječ za ritual. Stvarnu pogansku simboliku mogli smo gledati na posljednjem otvorenju u Južnoj Africi, ali ni ovo otvorenje ne zaostaje za okultnim simbolima. Naime, Brazil, iako pretežito katolička zemlja, hipnotizirala je ove godine, dvije milijarde ljudi s kristalnom kuglom u sredini.

Kristalna kugla se u magijskim i masonskim krugovima koristi za duhovno otvaranje drugim dimenzijama. Ako dvije milijardi ljudi u istom trenutku gleda u kristalnu kuglu koja po sebi baca ljudima nerazumljive simbole, moguće je otvoriti duše milijardi za druge dimenzije. Ako su ljudi nesvjesni, u tim dimenzijama moguće je ‘prtljati’ njihovim dušama, što je stvarnost hipnoze. Iako je Brazil između ostaloga, poznat po najvećem zemaljskom kipu Isusa Krista, on niti u jednom trenutku nije predstavljen, ali je predstavljena kristalna kugla, zastrašujuće stvarnosti. Kristalna kugla također može značiti i božanstvo Sunca kojemu su se milijarde poklonile. Ceremonija je bila čista poganština obavijena psihodelijom, šamanstvom i magijom. U trenutku kada se kristalna kugla otvorila poprimila je stravičan obilk. Onako simbolično iz nje su izašli “pozemljari” koji su zabavili okupljeno mnoštvo, baš kao što to čini podzemlje, i u realnome svijetu.

Neizaostavni okultni brojevi

Broj 6, broj je Sotone i to svi znaju, a cijelo ovo prvenstvo obavijeno je brojem 6. Samo za primjer, ceremonija otvaranja ovogodišnjeg Svjetskog nogometnog prvenstva održala se 12. 6, 2014. u 15 sati po brazilskom vremenu! Kao što je vidljivo iz brojeva riječ je o brojevima 666. Nadalje, Trofej Svjetskog nogometnog prvenstva teži točno 12 kg i 57 grama, što je jednako broju 6.

Svaki ritual zahtijeva svoje žrtve

U davna poganska vremena, prave, fizičke bitke, odvijale su se u arenama (gladijatori itd.) i ljudi su se doslovno morali klati kako bi izazvali emocije i duhovnu energiju kod gledatelja. To se sve odvijalo u čast bogova Sunca (svijetlost, Luciferijanstvo), a to isto događa se i danas na nogometnim prvenstvima. Nogomet nije zabava za mase. To je proizvod tajnih društava osnovanih u čast raznih demona i bogova koji su stvorili nogomet kako bi proizveli emocije potrebne za održavanje božanstva. Nogomet je izuzetno popularan, pa je kao stvoren za velike rituale u kojima se mogu hipnotizirati milijarde ljudi. Poganski bogovi tražili su ljudske žrtve u drevna vremena, a niti danas nije ništa drugačije. Posljednje svjetsko nogometno prvenstvo održavalo se u Južnoj Africi, zemlji u kojoj milijarde nevinih ljudi umiru od gladi. Za nogomet u istom trenutku odlaze nesnosne količine novca. I dok milijarde bulje u loptu kao hipnotičku kuglu s druge strane , druge milijarde umiru zbog bešćutnosti zapadnog svijeta. I ove godine je tako u Brazilu. S jedne strane milijarde ljudi troši enormne količine novaca za zabavu zvanu nogomet, a pritom kao hipnotizirane ovce ne vide jad i bijedu drugog dijela Brazila i milijune ljudi koji doslovno skapavaju od gladi. Prave ritualne žrtve su oni koje brutalni brazilski policajci do krvi mlate po brazilskim favelama ako je za vjerovati brazilskoj policiji koja je na facebooku objavila šokantne fotografije ubijene djece. Kako Brazilci javljaju, brazilska policija pobila je na brazilskim favelama djecu, fotografiju objavila na facebooku i napisala: Kako je težak i opasan naš posao, ne bojimo se da će nas ubiti, jer mi idemo ubijati”. Fotografija se brzinom munje širi internetom, i moramo vam reći, to je prava istina o svjetskom prvenstvu.

Ritualna i isprogramirana ubojstva nevinih nasuprot naizgled benigne zabave, odnosno prave demonske ceremonije koja zaluđuje svijet. Usudite se sudjelovati.

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From 1863 to the Present Day

From 1863 to the Present Day

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Football has come a long way since its first laws were drawn up in London in 1863. That historic meeting at the Freemasons’ Tavern led not only to the foundation of the Football Association but, moreover, to the game’s inaugural set of common rules.

Although undergraduates at Cambridge had made an earlier attempt to achieve a uniform standard in the late 1840s – albeit still allowing the ball to be caught – it was not until 1863 that football, a sport played down the centuries in often-violent village contests and then embraced in the early 1800s by the English public schools, had a fixed rulebook.

One club represented at the Freemasons’ Tavern, Blackheath, refused to accept the non-inclusion of hacking (kicking below the knee) and subsequently became a founder of the Rugby Football Union. However, the 11 others reached an agreement and, under the charge of one Ebenezer Cobb Morley, 14 laws were soon penned for a game that would, in the following century, become the most played, watched and talked about activity on the planet.

Original offside rule
The offside rule formed part of the original rules in 1863 but it was a far remove from the law as we know it today. Any attacking player ahead of the ball was deemed to be offside – meaning early tactical systems featured as many as eight forwards, as the only means of advancing the ball was by dribbling or scrimmaging as in rugby. In the late 1860s, the FA made the momentous decision to adopt the three-player rule, where an attacker would be called offside if positioned in front of the third-last defender. Now the passing game could develop.

Despite the unification of the rules and the creation of the FA in 1863, disputes, largely involving Sheffield clubs who had announced their own set of ideas in 1857, persisted into the late 1870s. However, the creation of the International Football Association Board (IFAB) finally put an end to all arguments. Made up of two representatives from each of the four associations of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland), the IFAB met for the first time on 2 June 1886 to guard the Laws of the Game. Then, as today, a three-quarters majority was needed for a proposal to be passed.

Gradual changes
In those early years, the game gradually assumed the features we take for granted today. Goal-kicks were introduced in 1869 and corner-kicks in 1872. In 1878 a referee used a whistle for the first time. Yet there was no such thing as a penalty up until 1891. In the public schools where modern football originated, there was an assumption that a gentleman would never deliberately commit a foul. Amid the increased competitiveness, however, the penalty, or as it was originally called ‘the kick of death’, was introduced as one of a number of dramatic changes to the Laws of the Game in 1891.

Penalties, of course, had to be awarded by someone and following a proposal from the Irish Association, the referee was allowed on to the field of play. True to its gentlemanly beginnings, disputes were originally settled by the two team captains, but, as the stakes grew, so did the number of complaints.

By the time the first FA Cup and international fixture took place, two umpires, one per team, were being employed to whom each side could appeal. But it was not the ideal solution as decisions were often only reached following lengthy delays. The referee, at first, stood on the touchline keeping time and was ‘referred’ to if the umpires could not agree but that all changed in 1891.

Referees introduced
From that date a single person with powers to send players off as well as give penalties and free-kicks without listening to appeals became a permanent fixture in the game. The two umpires became linesmen, or ‘assistant referees’ as they are called today. Also during that meeting in Scotland, the goal net was accepted into the laws, completing the make-up of the goal after the introduction of the crossbar to replace tape 16 years previously.

With the introduction of rules, the features of the football pitch as we know it slowly began to appear. The kick-off required a centre spot; keeping players ten yards from the ball at kick-off, brought the centre circle. It is interesting to note that when the penalty came in 1891, it was not taken from a spot but anywhere along a 12-yard line before 1902.

The 1902 decision to award penalties for fouls committed in an area 18 yards from the goal line and 44 yards wide, created both the penalty box and penalty spot. Another box ‘goal area’, commonly called the ‘six-yard-box’, six yards long and 20 wide, replaced a semi circle in the goalmouth. However it was not for another 35 years that the final piece of the jigsaw, the ‘D’ shape at the edge of the penalty area,

FIFA joins IFAB
Football fast became as popular elsewhere as it had been in Britain and in May 1904, FIFA was founded in Paris with seven original members: France, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain (represented by Madrid FC), Sweden and Switzerland. There was some initial disquiet in the United Kingdom to the idea of a world body governing the sport it had created rules for, but this uncertainty was soon brushed aside. Former FA board member Daniel Burley Woolfall replaced Frenchman Robert Guérin as FIFA President in 1906 – the year the FA joined – and in 1913 FIFA became a member of the IFAB.

In the restructured decision-making body, FIFA was given the same voting powers as the four British associations put together. There remained eight votes and the same 75 per cent majority needed for a proposal to be passed, but instead of two each, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland now had one, while FIFA was given four.

On the field of play, the number of goals increased aided by the 1912 rule preventing goalkeepers from handling the ball outside the penalty area and another in 1920 banning offsides from throw-ins. In 1925, the three-player offside rule became a two-player one, representing another radical change that propelled the game further forward.

Rous rewrites the Laws
By the late 1930s it was felt that the Laws of the Game, now totalling 17, required a makeover. The original Laws had been penned in the language of Victorian England and since then, there had been more than half a century of changes and amendments. Hence the task given to Stanley Rous, a member of the IFAB and the official who first employed the diagonal system of refereeing, to clean the cobwebs and draft the Laws in a rational order. The Englishman, who would become FIFA President in 1961, did such a good job that not until 1997 were the Laws revised for as second time.

Despite football’s phenomenal popularity, there was a general agreement in the late 1980s that the Laws of the Game should be fine-tuned in the face of defensive tactics. If fan violence was a serious off-the-pitch problem during that period, then on it the increasingly high stakes meant a real risk of defensive tactics gaining the upper hand.

Hence a series of amendments, often referred to as for the ‘Good of the Game’, which were designed to help promote attacking football. They began with the offside law in 1990. The advantage was now given to the attacking team. If the attacker was in line with the penultimate defender, he was now onside. In the same year, the ‘professional foul’ – denying an opponent a clear goal-scoring opportunity – became a sending-off offence.

Back-pass rule changed
Despite these changes, tactics during the 1990 FIFA World Cup™ suggested something more needed to be done. The IFAB responded in 1992 by banning goalkeepers from handling deliberate back-passes. Although the new rule was greeted with scepticism by some at first, in the fullness of time it would become widely appreciated.

The game’s Law-makers then struck another blow against cynicism in 1998 when the fierce tackle from behind became a red-card offence. With a new century approaching, the commitment to forward-thinking football could not have been clearer.

source: http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/history/the-laws/from-1863-to-present.html

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