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Is an Unusual Pattern Developing with Massive Food Recalls?

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444Gem
444Gem
15 days ago

The answer to the food riddle can be found in the Advertisement for Naomi, the TV series. Sweet Melissa

Buddhaboy19
Buddhaboy19
15 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

I checked out the ad, basic super hero stuff. Can you elaborate @444gem?

444Gem
444Gem
15 days ago
Reply to  Buddhaboy19

Look at my previous posts in which I discuss the pillars of Jaoquim and Boaz. Research Namaa the mother of demons. Look at the sky writing and the symbolism of her necklace. And look at Levons comics and the mythology of Sweet Melissa. You will have to dig and connect dots. I will elaborate in further posts.

A E
A E
14 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

The mythology of Melissa is that of a nymph who discovered and taught man the use of and to eat honey. She is associated with bees.

Sweet Melissa is a common name for lemon balm herb.

I’m just spitballing here, but the food shortages are coinciding with of course, covid, but also: push towards veganism; push towards acceptance of unusual foods, including bugs, worms (all proper for pigs – are we cows or are we pigs?) and nonmeat substances resembling meat; normalization of cannibalism (as required by those who consume blood as is normalization of pedophilia by those who practice such things).

You have mentioned before that the components in the mRNA injection tptb are so desperate to get into everyone are already being added to foods.

I have seen that alternatives to commercial foods are being rapidly removed by new, stringent laws; released pathogens forcing private owners to allow animals to be destroyed; buyouts of small, ethical companies followed by immediate change in ingredients.

Namaa is not mentioned much and her potential origins are confused and overlapping – I’m wondering whether the one referring to her being wed to a fallen angel and birthing half-breeds is most accurate, given her honorary.

Then, I found this, as relates to Melitta, in the same article discussing Melissa, “Let us celebrate the hive of Venus, who rose from the sea: that hive of many names: the mighty fountain, from whence all kings are descended; from whence all the winged and immortal Loves were again produced” written by Orpheus.

And, elsewhere, this, ‘David Ben Yehuda Hahasid (grandson of Nahmanides) writes: “And Naamah exists to this day, and dwells in the depths of the great sea and emerges and trifles with humans and seduces them in their dreams . . .” From there she would set off on her night journeys in the minds of human beings.’

So, it seems this nymph and this mother are intertwined somehow.

….am I even close to the right track here, or am I thinking too simplistically

Last edited 14 days ago by A E
A E
A E
14 days ago
Reply to  A E

“In the ancient Mediterranean region, bugonia or bougonia was a ritual based on the belief that bees were spontaneously generated from a cow’s carcass”…

“A detailed description of the bugonia process can be found in Byzantine Geoponica

Build a house, ten cubits high, with all the sides of equal dimensions, with one door, and four windows, one on each side; put an ox into it, thirty months old, very fat and fleshy; let a number of young men kill him by beating him violently with clubs, so as to mangle both flesh and bones, but taking care not to shed any blood; let all the orifices, mouth, eyes, nose etc. be stopped up with clean and fine linen, impregnated with pitch; let a quantity of thyme be strewed under the reclining animal, and then let windows and doors be closed and covered with a thick coating of clay, to prevent the access of air or wind. After three weeks have passed, let the house be opened, and let light and fresh air get access to it, except from the side from which the wind blows strongest. Eleven days afterwards, you will find the house full of bees, hanging together in clusters, and nothing left of the ox but horns, bones and hair.”

Ovid’s Metamorphosis, “Go, and bury slaughtered oxen — the fact is known from experience — the rotten entrails produce flower-sucking bees, who, like their parents, roam over pastures, bent upon work, and hopeful of the future.”

“Philo offers this origin of bees as a possible reason why honey is forbidden as a sacrifice to Yahweh.”

Last edited 14 days ago by A E
A E
A E
14 days ago
Reply to  A E

“In the ancient Mediterranean region, bugonia or bougonia was a ritual based on the belief that bees were spontaneously generated from a cow’s carcass”…

“A detailed description of the bugonia process can be found in Byzantine Geoponica

Build a house, ten cubits high, with all the sides of equal dimensions, with one door, and four windows, one on each side; put an ox into it, thirty months old, very fat and fleshy; let a number of young men kill him by beating him violently with clubs, so as to mangle both flesh and bones, but taking care not to shed any blood; let all the orifices, mouth, eyes, nose etc. be stopped up with clean and fine linen, impregnated with pitch; let a quantity of thyme be strewed under the reclining animal, and then let windows and doors be closed and covered with a thick coating of clay, to prevent the access of air or wind. After three weeks have passed, let the house be opened, and let light and fresh air get access to it, except from the side from which the wind blows strongest. Eleven days afterwards, you will find the house full of bees, hanging together in clusters, and nothing left of the ox but horns, bones and hair.”

Ovid’s Metamorphosis, “Go, and bury slaughtered oxen — the fact is known from experience — the rotten entrails produce flower-sucking bees, who, like their parents, roam over pastures, bent upon work, and hopeful of the future.”

“Philo offers this origin of bees as a possible reason why honey is forbidden as a sacrifice to Yahweh.”

A E
A E
14 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

I can see that her necklace is the same symbol as on the flagpole in front of Levon’s comics, but I haven’t identified it or the meaning.
“Levon” seems like a terribly nonsubtle allusion to Anton LaVey.

Last edited 14 days ago by A E
A E
A E
14 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

I believe I may have hit on something, if my post is approved. I know of one goddess who changed men into swine, but it seems their preferred beast to reference us is still cows.