There is a cottage industry that attempts to deconstruct, cross-reference, and otherwise explain away everything in the Bible. Those that are attempting to overthrow the story of the literal Bible do it more to Christianity but to Judaism too to some extent. Christ, however, is the real target. Replacement or erasure of Christ is the plan right now. Ultimately, it seems erasure of the Faith in the Plan of Biblical Salvation seems to be the plan, one way or another.
The Jews rejected Christ long ago and since then, their religion has undergone great changes. For one, Christ and and the prophecies of others, as recorded throughout the Bible, of Jerusalem being destroyed and the Jewish Temple being deconstructed, thrown down brick by brick came to pass and God’s old prescription for the forgiveness of the sins of the Jews was cut off. The new prescription was repentance or stopping the sin(s) but, ultimately and more importantly, the belief in the resurrection of Christ among a few other things.
Rosh Hashanah is Here
Rosh Hashanah is an invention of the first rejectors of Christ, The Jews. If MGTOW is “Men Going Their Own Way,” Rosh Hashana is part of the JGTOW, Jews Going Their Own Way.
In the life of those of us like myself, Rosh Hashanah is often said to be the Jewish New Year. It is not. Having been told that Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year and reading about the Exodus led to the fact that the Jewish New Year as given to the Jews by Yahweh was right around but before the time of the Passover. Just before Passover.
Looking into this discrepancy, it is acknowledged that Rosh Hashanah does not take place on the date of the New Year God prescribed.
Here is History.com’s take:
The Hebrew calendar begins with the month of Nisan, but Rosh Hashanah occurs at the start of Tishrei, when God is said to have created the world.
As with researching a lot of things Jewish, the information in the above line and in general in the article from History.com is dodgy af. Nisan was at least 6 months ago.
So, what does Rosh Hashanah celebrate? Again from the same History.com:
Rosh Hashanah occurs at the start of Tishrei, when God is said to have created the world. For this reason, Rosh Hashanah can be seen as the birthday of the world rather than New Year’s in the secular sense; still, it is on Rosh Hashanah that the number of the civil year increases.
Hmm… So, it’s not the New Year but it is the New Year. Interesting.
What else goes on?
“According to tradition, God judges all creatures during the 10 Days of Awe between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, deciding whether they will live or die in the coming year. Jewish law teaches that God inscribes the names of the righteous in the “book of life” and condemns the wicked to death on Rosh Hashanah; people who fall between the two categories have until Yom Kippur to perform “teshuvah,” or repentance. As a result, observant Jews consider Rosh Hashanah and the days surrounding it a time for prayer, good deeds, reflecting on past mistakes and making amends with others.”
How come the Gentiles haven’t died though?
Well Billy because the Jews came to the conclusion that Jesus was the Son of a Whore and Burns in Boiling Shit Forever and then mysteriously came up with a tradition to cleanse them of their sin and gain life each year when they had no way to cleanse themselves of sin according to God without their Temple, maybe they are gods themselves. Maybe they’re really praying for us and keeping us alive each year. Jews are magic, Billy.