Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday Podcast, Play With Liver Of A Blasphemous Jew. Tonight we discuss the history and symbolism of the (((cursed))) play MacBeth by William Shakespeare.
In the First Hour we cover the chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty.
In the second hour, Play With Liver Of A Blasphemous Jew, the host examined the history and symbolism of the (((cursed))) 1606 A.D. play MacBeth credited to William Shakespeare. From the earliest recorded symbols on bone wands and animal skin scrolls, to the magic of the earliest Walking Staves and drawing sticks, to Jason and The Argonauts and their Quest for The Golden Fleece, to the tales of Brave Ulysses by Homer, to the real history of Lord MacBeth, King of the Scots from 1040-1057 A.D., The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage of 1458, to the roles of witches and magic in the Historical Plays credited to William Shakespeare in the 1600s, to the (((Hollywood))) film versions by directors like jewish pedophile Roman Polanski and released by Hugh Hefner's Playboy Films in 1971, the host examined this curious play that has been singled out as being "Bad Luck" to the point it receives the "Haman Treatment" of blotting out its very name and is referred to only as "The Scottish Play".
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