Men attracted to other men…
Men dressing and pseudo-acting like women…
People—whether glad or concerned—reacting like it’s all something new…
But guess what?
It has all been done before.
And some of it is the natural outgrowth of interacting with Amalek.
Ancient Amalekite "Progressiveness"
I mean, heck, don’t all the other nations also attack us when we are weak?
Yet according to the basic Torah text, something about Amalek “chills” our warm and heartfelt relationship with Hashem.
And the Nazis are considered to have been Amalek, so we know that something in the Amalekite genes can cause an otherwise nice, cultured European to participate in brutal, evil genocide, his heart cold to the suffering of even the cutest and sweetest Jewish infant.
Haman was descended from Amalek and we all know about his genocidal tendencies.
Yet the Kli Yakar points out another influence of Amalek: men consorting with other men. I can’t find the exact source right now, but the Kli Yakar mentions that male-on-male relations occurred within Am Yisrael as a direct influence from Amalek (although he didn’t explain how or why that particular result occurred).
Interestingly, I recently discovered that Berlin was the toeva capital of Europe prior to World War II. I had no idea. It doesn’t even seem real, but the article was pretty convincing. The Germans had dance clubs, magazines, and the same things we have today to cater to this particular desire. In Liberal Fascism, Jonah Goldberg notes the anti-Jew ideology popular in the toeva community at that time (just like today’s “Gays for Palestine”). He also describes movements and ideologies similar to those conquering the mainstream media today:
One toeva magazine had 150,000 subscribers and was dedicated to men who “thirst for a revival of Greek times and Hellenic standards of beauty after centuries of Christian barbarism.” This magazine developed into an actual movement for toeva rights, which also demanded the abolition of laws and social taboos against adult males abusing young males.
Who Needs Gender Surgery When You Have the Occult?
(Sumer was the southern area within Mesopotamia.)
In that region of the ancient world, the hymn (circa 2300 BCE) of a Sumerian priestess and princess from Avraham Avinu’s hometown (Ur) has survived.
Under the impression that she is the wife of a moon good, she describes this moon god as an abusive husband whom she loves slavishly and begs to take her back. She also boasts a lot of her high-falutin’ position (“I am the brilliant high priestess of Nanna!”), with one stanza reading:
Tambourine and drum to [toeva men],
I changed men into women!
You go, girl! [sarcasm]
Researchers aren’t sure of the exact translation of the phrase in parentheses, but they think it may mean something like men who dress and otherwise imitate women or men who were intimate with other men.
Either way, you can see why Sara Imeinu was such a breath of fresh air back in ancient Mesopotamia.
All-Natural Avodah Zarah
We’ve seen this all before.
Rather than progressing, it seems more like many people are returning to their original spiritual source—a source that is often impure.
Getting back to Nature, being natural, and going according to one’s biology—without moral guidance—is sending the civilized world in the same direction nature-worship always has:
May we all return to the True Pure Source: God.