Elizabethan English dramatist Christopher Marlowe reveals the following in one of his plays written in reaction to Kabbalist John Dee (Queen Elizabeth's astrologer and intel agent) and the occultic downfall of England in the late 16th Century:
Dr. Faustus contains a parody of Dee's scheme to use Cabala to find buried treasure
Marlowe's The Tragicall History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus: "The spirits tell me they can dry the sea. And Fetch the treasure of all foreign wrecks-Ay, all the wealth that our forefathers hid. Within the massy entrails of the Earth."
Cabala or "Jehovah's name forward and backward anagrammatized" makes these wonders possible:
Marlowe's The Tragicall History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus: "Faustus, begin thy incantations. And try if devils will obey they hest, Seeing though hast prayed and sacrificed to them. Within this circle is Jehovah's name, Forward and backward anagrammatized. And characters of signs and erring stars, By Which the spirits are enforced to rise."
In mentioning the Cabala that "anagrammatized" Jehovah's name, Marlowe implicates the Jews. Mephistopheles confirms the connection, telling Faustus "the shortest cut for conjuring is stoudly to abjure the Trinity.
Marlowe's The Tragicall History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus: " I am a servant to great Lucifer. And may not follow thee without his leave. No more than he commands must we perform. For when we hear one rack the name of God, Abjure the Scriptures and His Saviour Christ, We fly in hope to get his glorious soul. Nor will we come unless he uses such means. Whereby he is in danger to be damned. Therefore, the shotrest cut for conjuring is stoutly to abjure the Trinity. And pray devoutly to the prince of hell."
—E. Michael Jones, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History, Fidelity Press, South Bend, Indiana, 2008, pg. 396-397
Charles Taze Russell's Kabbalist sympathies begin to reveal themselves when we re-examine Merry Old England. Add in the memorial supper's occult practice of denying of the Body of Christ, and it becomes more apparent.