Pizzagate Decoded - Part I: What is Hillary Clinton's "owl/minerva rule"?steemCreated with Sketch.

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Bohemian Club

This is part of an on-going segment to try and decrypt various infamous symbols and references which have come up during Pizzagate-related research. These notes may then provide as useful tools for others who may come across further references in their own research.

Background

Internet researchers have been mystified ever since a WikiLeaks email was uncovered tied to Hillary Clinton which made a cryptic reference to an "owl/minerva rule". There has been much debate as to what this meant, including its potential reference to the occult and the goddess, Minerva.

Do you think the last paragraph violates the owl/minerva rule?

They are fine with the last paragraph.

Excerpt from Jacob J. Sullivan email to Hillary Clinton

Decoded

"Minerva represents a group of like-minded states that support the creation of credible and binding institutions, possibly backed by a limited but creative use of force"

In the first, competitive mode, Minervian powers support multilateralism primarily based on their perceived economic or political self-interests.They support global institution-building either to upload national constraints to the global level or according to counter-hegemonic motives against the US.

In the second, normative mode, Minervian states support multilateralism under the influence of norms and ideas promoted by grassroots actors...In general, the success of the normative mode is dependent on the relatively weak mobilization of adverse interest groups and relatively low costs in terms of relations with the US. These intervening variables vary over time and windows of opportunity may close after key events.

The third key mode has involved domestic political leadership– i.e. the projection of domestic agendas in Minervian countries onto the global agenda, usually involving multi-level coalitions...This is a top-down mode where political leaders in key states are the prime movers

Excerpts from Minerva's Rule: Canadian, European, and Japanese Leadership in Global Institution-Building by Julian Dierkes and Yves Tiberghien
The essay, Minerva's Rule was written by two University of British Columbia professors in May 2007.

Possible connection to the Bohemian Club and/or occult

Bohemian Club

It has been noted that the specific reference to the "owl" may reveal this to be a clue into the philosophies of the Bohemian Club. This secretive organization of political world elite conducts frequent rituals in honor of their owl god, Moloch.

Hillary Clinton has also been involved in another infamous WikiLeaks email in which she uses State Department email to forward one of her team's reports in which a chicken sacrifice to Moloch is described.

With fingers crossed, the old rabbit's foot out of the box in the attic, I will be sacrificing a chicken in the backyard to Moloch

Quote from Hillary Clinton email released on WikiLeaks

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Good questions and odd to most; these things of secret societies. When is comes to this subject, one of the best sources that I know of is Jordan Maxwell, here is his site:
https://jordanmaxwellshow.com/blog/about/
He has a research society:
https://jordanmaxwellresearch.is/
Good luck in your seeking.

Also, Molock info @ Wiki:
Moloch - Wikipedia
"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moloch
Moloch is the Biblical name relating to a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice."

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This is my second time to start researching this, it just gets worse

Pfffftttt .... Bohemian Grove. More like the CLONING CENTERS.

Research Donald Marshall.

Adam Weishaupft had originally named his group The Order of Minerva, before changing it later to the Bavarian Order of Illuminati.

This is a fantastic thread - upvoted OP! I actually just ordered that Minervas Rule book you referenced (I'm passionate about history and geopolitics so that book sounds amazing!). I will be following you rebelskum - great content. Check out some of my recent threads if you appreciate current politics, liberty, precious metals or technology.

Great article! I'm an amateur occult researcher, and I wanted to add some input from that perspective. The OWL has many different meanings (many as an ILL OMEN, but also WISDOM) to various magical practices around the world, but American politicians are particularly enamored with the OWL associated with what appears to be the Mesopotamian deity, Mulak/ Moloch.

We're talking very ancient, wicked magic. If anyone wants to dabble in the occult, I strongly recommend this post, which discusses OWL SYMBOLISM at further depth than I could in this comment: https://tinyurl.com/yavpns77

Moloch isn't one of those gods you mention, like Zeus or Thor. "MOLOCH" is a "low-frequency word," that is, you only talk about/refer to MOLOCH if you know what MOLOCH is.
And if you know what MOLOCH is, you're either practicing some sort of esoteric tradition, or you're really, really interested in anthropology.

I think one of the only times I've come across MOLOCH in my own studies is in THE CONJURATION OF THE SEVEN, which goes as follows:

In the name of Michael, may Jehovah command thee and drive thee hence, Chavajoth!

In the name of Gabriel, may Adonai command thee, and drive thee hence, Bael!

In the name of Raphael, begone before Elial, Samgabiel!

By Samael Sabaoth, and in the name of Elohim Gibor, get thee hence, Andrameleck!

By Zachariel et Sachiel-Meleck, be obedient unto Elvah, Sanagabril!

By the divine and human name of Shaddai, and by the sign of the Pentagram, which I hold in my right hand, in the name of the angel Anael, by the power of Adam and Eve, who are Iod-Chavah, begone Lilith! Let us rest in peace, Nahemah!

By the holy Elohim and by the names of the Genii Cashiel, Sehaltiel, Aphiel and Zarahiel, at the command of Orifiel, depart from us Moloch! We deny thee our children to devour!

So yeah, that last bit is a little spooky, no?