Revealing Mistaken Identities
Revealing Mistaken Identities presents the War on Drugs from the perspective of the black woman who was the attorney for 7 of the 8 cases that sued the CIA for its role in distributing imported illegal drugs into America's segregated black neighborhoods. This book reveals the CIA's motive for drugging black communities, that is, to cover up that certain African-Americans are biological Jews. More
Revealing Mistaken Identities is the interweaving of two laws and two worlds, the physical and the spiritual, to explain the past, present, and future.
In the physical realm exists the Nicaraguan Contras' Narcotics Trafficking Litigation, the consolidated lawsuits in which the America's Central Intelligence Agency was sued for participating in a conspiracy to import illegal drugs for distribution in America's segregated black neighborhoods, and thereby causing harm to all Americans. However, the attorney representing plaintiffs in the lawsuits questioned why America's spy agency would specifically target African-Americans for genocide.
Thus began research into the root causes for the white racial superiority complex, a root that extends into the Masonic leadership of the Western world. Revealing Mistaken Identities exposes that freemasons follow the apocryphal Books of Enoch and believe that whites are fallen angels or extraterrestrials, thus believing that whites are superior to humans or are superhumans. The interaction between freemasonry's Knights Templar and the Crusades of the Catholic Church are then explored from the perspective of the continuing persecution of, and Inquisition against a subset of humans, that subset being the Jews. Repeatedly borrowing Ella Hughley's saying that prophecy, like history, repeats itself, Belle traces the variation of the theme of fallen angels interbreeding with the Earth's women through the brutal rapes that occurred subsequent to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.
Revealing Mistaken Identities disputes the claim that only the descendants of Noah's son Ham, cursed with perpetual slavery, were the Africans captured and transported to the Americas and Caribbean. Arguing that blurred lines distinguish between Noah's sons Ham and Shem, Revealing Mistaken Identities discovers that many blacks who were captured during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade were actually descendants of the Hebrew patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The author, Anita Belle, discloses that she is one such African American descendant of slaves whose DNA traces back to the Ethiopian and Sephardic Jews.
Revealing Mistaken Identities then delves into the divergent paths of the black freemasons versus the white freemasons, a path through which certain white freemasons, (not coincidentally from the former Confederacy), continue an apartheid doctrine of separate and unequal to this day: Minimum qualifications for acceptance as a brother freemason is that a male must be at least 21 years old and must be free. Belle then exposes that the reason some former Confederate freemasons continue to refuse to accept blacks as their brothers in freemasonry is because of a secret: The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the amendment that supposedly abolished slavery, is two votes short. With the 13th Amendment being invalid, white freemasons in the former Confederate states feel justified in continuing Albert Pike's tradition of refusing to recognize black men as their brothers.
The invalidity of the 13th Amendment means that the 400th anniversary of the slave trade in America is coming in 2019. Belle then explores the Biblical significance of America's enslavement of the black children of Israel for 400 years. Is the coming solar super storm part of God's judgment against the "fallen angels"?