The Occult Jewish Practice of the Cabala and the Red String

People who practise Cabala, wear the characteristic red string wristband. In fact, the Jews also wear a thin scarlet or a crimson string (Hebrew: חוט השני, khutt hashani) as a type of talisman and a Jewish folk custom and such a tradition, is thought to be associated with the Kabbalah and religious forms of Judaism. This string is worn on the left wrist of the wearer, and they make you think that they do so to put off evil spirits. But in the Kabbalistic theory the left wrist is known to be the receiving side of the spiritual body and that it gives anyone who wears it on this left side of the body, the ability to interact with evil spirits. It is knotted seven times and while knotting it, he must say the kabbalah bracelet prayer.

This scarlet thread is also mentioned in Genesis 38 when Tamar became pregnant by her father-in-law, Judah, and gave birth to twin boys: “And afterward came out his brother, that had the scarlet thread upon his hand: and his name was called Zarah.” So, the readers should know that many who wear such red bracelets, practise Kabbalah [Jewish mysticism] and oppose God and the Scriptures. Yet, all their symbols and their signs are sold to you as not occultist because of the deceit.

Here is Tucker, wearing the red bracelet. Notice the comment underneath:

Here is Trump’s daughter next to Klaus Schwab, also wearing the red bracelet:

Even President Bill Clinton was spotted wearing one and so did Katherine Harris, Florida’s politician who became a famous household icon as Florida’s Republican Secretary of State during the bizarre 2000 election. Republican bigwig and former House Speaker, Newt Gingrich, was reported to be a cabala advocate, and some said that even conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh and his rabbi were into the cabala.

Here is a very short video giving you proof of many celebrities wearing the red string, including Bill Clinton:

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