- First we start with the false flag/staged shootings.
- Then comes an outcry to disarm all US citizens and a call for voluntary disarming is made.
- It works, to some extent, but millions of people in the US own weapons and most will refuse to give them up.
- The government then decides to use force to confiscate these weapons.
- This leads to a shooting/civil war.
- Since many police personnel and military personnel will refuse to disarm their friends, family and community, the US will be forced to call in UN forces (as per Article 15 of the UN Arms Trade Treaty) to help disarm the nation.
- Once the US population is disarmed, the president will put all US troops under the command of the UN and at the same time give up our sovereignty to the UN.
- At that time, the UN will divide the US into ten FEMA regions each of which will have many FEMA camps to be used to “re-educate” the populace.
Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Monday, August 06, 2012
One of the most famous NEO strikes was the 1908 Tunguska Event. On June 30, 1908 a stony asteroid exploded over Tunguska, Siberia with the energy of 10-15 megatons of TNT (about 1000 times as powerful as the bomb dropped on Hiroshima), leveling 800 square miles of forest. The explosion occurred at a height of about 3-6 miles. Here are some pictures of this event:
In regard to this event in earth’s recent history, it doesn't seem out of the question to believe that a comet or meteor strike could destroy a third of the life on this earth.
What do you think would happen if a meteor or comet struck the earth today?
- Could it strike the ocean, killing much of the sea life, destroying ships and causing the water to become poisonous?
- Could it strike land and cause an explosion with such force that it would cause a great fire and burn one third of the vegetation on the planet through it’s impact and resulting fallout? Just look at the pictures above.
- Could there be something in the meteor that, if it struck a fresh water supply, could poison that water supply?
The answer to all these questions is YES.
Now, let’s look at several portions of scripture relating to God’s judgments during the seven year tribulation:
The Second Trumpet Judgment
Rev. 8:8-9 ″The second angel sounded, and something like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea; and a third of the sea became blood, 9and a third of the creatures which were in the sea and had life, died; and a third of the ships were destroyed.”
So, when the second trumpet sounds, “something like a great mountain burning with fire” will impact the earth and will cause: one third of all living creatures in the sea (or ocean) to perish, one third of the ships to be destroyed (Cargo ships, aircraft carriers, submarines, cruise ships, oil tankers, yachts), and turns the one third of the sea (or ocean) to blood. Could this great burning mountain be a comet or meteor that strikes one of earth’s great oceans?
The Third Trumpet Judgment
Rev. 8:10-11 ″The third angel sounded, and a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of waters. 11The name of the star is called Wormwood; and a third of the waters became wormwood, and many men died from the waters, because they were made bitter.”
Here again we have a fiery object falling to earth. This time it turns a third of fresh water bitter, making it impossible to drink, causing anyone who drinks it to die. This object could break apart in the upper atmosphere, causing parts of it to strike several fresh water sources like the great lakes, the Mississippi river, or the Amazon River. Parts of this meteor or comet could also strike a mountain range, melting the snow and sending a poisonous wave of water down freshwater rivers.
Add this to the fact that the Two Witnesses will prevent it from raining for the first 3 1/2 years of the tribulation will make the poisoning of this fresh water even more tragic for the remaining inhabitants of the earth.
The First Bowl Judgemnt
Rev. 16:1-2 "Then I heard a loud voice from the temple, saying to the seven angels, ‘Go and pour out on the earth the seven bowls of the wrath of God.’ 2So the first angel went and poured out his bowl on the earth; and it became a loathsome and malignant sore on the people who had the mark of the beast and who worshiped his image."
Instead of being seen as a judgment of God, will these malignant sores be blamed on the recent meteor/comet strikes that more than likely brought with them some kind of “alien” disease?
The Seventh Bowl Judgemnt
Rev. 16:17-21 ″Then the seventh angel poured out his bowl upon the air, and a loud voice came out of the temple from the throne, saying, “It is done.” 18And there were flashes of lightning and sounds and peals of thunder; and there was a great earthquake, such as there had not been since man came to be upon the earth, so great an earthquake was it, and so mighty. 19The great city was split into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell. Babylon the great was remembered before God, to give her the cup of the wine of His fierce wrath. 20And every island fled away, and the mountains were not found. 21And huge hailstones, about one hundred pounds each, came down from heaven upon men; and men blasphemed God because of the plague of the hail, because its plague was extremely severe.”
This bowl is poured out “upon the air.” Will this be seen as a judgment of God or a disastrous rain of icy meteors?
Whether God has prepared these meteors/comets at the time of creation or He is going to create them at the moment of judgment is anyone’s guess. So much attention has been given to NEO’s in the last few years that I envision the Antichrist utilizing scientific explanations to deceive the population of the earth by convincing the populace that these are only natural disasters, blinding them to the fact that they are actually part of the judgments of God being rained down upon them.
Repent and be forgiven! Believe and be saved!
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
The three-hundred-thirty ton Obelisk in St. Peter's Square in the Vatican City is not just any Obelisk. It was cut from a single block of red granite during the Fifth dynasty of Egypt to stand as Osiris' erect phallus at the Temple of the Sun in ancient Heliopolis, the city of “On” in the Bible, dedicated to Ra, Osiris and Isis. The Obelisk was moved from Heliopolis to the Julian Forum of Alexandria by Emperor Augustus and later from thence (approximately 37 AD) by Caligula to Rome to stand at the spine of the Circus. There, under Nero, it excited presence maintained a counter-vigil over countless brutal Christian executions. Over fifteen hundred years following that, Pope Sixtus V ordered hundreds of workmen under celebrated engineer-architects Giovanni and Domenico Fontana to move the phallic pillar to the center of St. Peter's Square in Rome. Though worshiped at it's present location ever since by countless admirers, the proximity of the Obelisk to the old Basilica was formerly “resented as something of a provocation, almost as a slight to the Christian religion. It stood there like a false idol, as it were vaingloriously, on what was believed to be the center of the accursed circus where the early Christians had been put to death. Its sides, then as now, were graven with dedications to (the worst of ruthless pagans) Augustus and Tiberius.”
The fact that many traditional Catholics as well as Protestants perceived such idols of stone to be not only objects of heathen adoration but the worship of demons makes what motivated Pope Sixtus V to erect the phallus of Osiris in the heart of St. Peter's Square, located in Vatican City and bordering St. Peter's Basilica, very curious. To ancient Christians, the image of a cross and symbol of Jesus sitting atop (or emitting from) the head of a demonic god's erect manhood would have been at minimum a very serious blasphemy. Yet Pope Sixtus V was not content with simply restoring and using such ancient pagan relics (which were believed in those days to actually house the pagan spirit they represented) but even destroyed Christian artifacts in the process. The bronze for the statues of Peter and Paul came from the medieval doors of S. Agnese, from the Scala Santa at the Lateran, and from a ciborium at St. Peter's.
At the time Sixtus was busy reintroducing to the Roman public square restored images and statues on columns, the belief remained strong that these idols housed their patron deity, and further that, if these were not treated properly and even placed into service during proper constellations related to their myth, it could beckon evil omens. Leonardo da Vinci had even written in his Codex Urbinas how those who would adore and pray to the image were likely to believe the god represented by it was alive in the stone and watching their behavior. There is strong indication that Sixtus believed this too, and that he “worried about the powers that might inhabit his new urban markers.” This was clearly evident when the cross was placed on top of the Obelisk in the midst of St. Peter's Square and the pope marked the occasion by conducting the ancient rite of exorcism against the phallic symbol. On that morning, a pontifical High Mass was held just before the cross was raised from a portable alter to the apex of Baal's Shaft (as such phallic towers were also known). While clergy prayed and a choir sang Psalms, Pope Sixtus stood facing the Obelisk and, extending his hand toward it, announced “Exorcizote, creatura lipidis, in nomine Dei” (“I exorcise you, creature of stone, in the name of God”). Sixtus then cast sanctified water upon the pillar's middle, then it's right side, the left, then above and finally below to form a cross, folled by, “In nomine Patris, et Filij, et Spiritus sancti. Amen” (“In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. Amen”). He then crossed himself three times and watched as the symbol of Christ was placed atop Osiris' erect phallus.
Excerpts from the book, Petrus Romanus by Thomas Horn & Chris Putnam