Friday, December 30, 2011

Gog and Magog II

Bill Ryan of Project Camelot has spoken of the Anglo-Saxon Mission.  Joel van der Reijden (of the Institute for the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics) has written about the Anglo-American establishment. 

I will now make a bold claim, which I intend to show proofs of in future posts: The Anglo-Saxons are descended from the "Lost Twelve Tribes of Israel".  More precisely, the Anglo Saxons can be traced back to two Israelite tribes: Ephraim and Manasseh, who were originally the two sons of Joseph.  And Joseph himself being the 2nd youngest of Jacob's twelve sons.

For now I would like to discuss the connection between the Anglo-American establishment and Gog and Magog--by way of NATO.  It is my contention/speculation that NATO is the instrument by which Gog and Magog (spoken of in Ezekiel and Revelation) will make their entrance onto the world stage. 

It appears that NATO is a tool of a cabal, the face of which was the administration of President George W. Bush.  Who is the biggest player in NATO?  Can it be none other than the United States?  And maybe Gog is symbolic of a US president?  (I personally don't subscribe to that last explanation for Gog.)

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Gog and Magog: a Speculation

"The Dudes"

Gog is not Russia, and Magog is not Moscow.  Gog is a man.  He is the same man who is called "the king of the north" in Daniel 11.  This man, "whose look was more stout than his fellows" (Daniel 7:20), is called a "little horn" in Daniel 7:8.  The Apostle Paul calls him "that man of sin...the son of perdition" (2nd Thessalonians 2:3).

Now, what is Magog?  It's been said that the land once known as Khazaria--today known as Georgia--was also known as the land of Gog and Magog.  Russia has nothing to do with Gog and Magog!

Could the war between Georgia and Russia that took place in 2008 be of significance to the prophesied final war involving Gog and Magog?  And what of Nato?

If we see that Nato members Turkey and Georgia (and the Ukraine?) are listed in Ezekiel 38 as being part of the army of nations led by Gog, then we are led to conclude that Nato is a sinister organization.

And what of the "thousand years" (Revelation 20:3), at the end of which Gog and Magog are let loose?  Well, we are in the thousand years right now!  In order to properly interpret the thousand years you need to look back at the Old Testament.  Look at Psalm 50:10: "For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills".  Here you see that the number 1,000 does not literally refer to 1,000 hills--but rather that there are many hills all over the world and God owns all of them and the cattle that happen to be on any of them.  Likewise, the "thousand" in the "thousand years" is not specifying a literal 1,000 years.  Rather the thousand years is speaking of a long period of time, in which we happen to be right now (all of which is the last days); though I feel we are near the last of the last days.

More to come in part two. 

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Dinosaurs and Angels III

In a stroke of brilliance of interpretation, Michael Wynn (in his documentary, "Hollywood Insiders: Full Disclosure") decoded the hidden message at the heart of the The "Star Wars" films.  "The greatest story ever told" is actually a retelling of the cosmic war(s)--"war in heaven" x 2--that took place so very long ago.

Wynn figured out who the central characters--Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, and Han Solo--are supposed to represent.  Anakin Skywalker, who became Darth Vader and who was father to Luke Skywalker, is symbolic of Jesus Christ.  Anakin was born of a virgin woman (in "Episode I: The Phantom Menace"), just like Jesus was.  Anakin was rejected by the Jedi order, just as Jesus was rejected by the Pharisees and scribes.  The name "Anakin" may be an allusion to the name "Anunaki", or it may allude to the Anakim in the Old Testament: who were human/angelic hybrid giants.  You see, the roles are reversed (in Star Wars) from reality:  Jesus is a villain (Darth Vader); Han Solo (Lucifer?) and Luke Skywalker (Satan?) are the heroes.

Han Solo is portrayed as fearless (or reckless).  In "Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back" he utters one of the famous phrases in movies, "I'll see you in hell!", as he goes out on a suicide mission in the cold to look for Luke.  The latter is stranded somewhere out there in the frozen waste, with nightfall and a blizzard coming on.  In Job 41:6, leviathan is said to be "without fear". 

And Luke Skywalker is the son of Anakin Skywalker; for Satan (being one of the sons of God) was created by Jesus.  The name "Luke" may be an allusion to "Lucifer".  Occultists/Satanists believe that Satan was taken into Lucifer; Satan, leader of the fallen angels, indwelt Leviathan; for Revelation 20:2 says: "...the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan..."  In Genesis 3 we see the indwelling of "the serpent" by Satan.

As for Chancellor Palpatine/the Emperor, he probably is God the Father: the most High.  Darth Vader was under him, just as Jesus is under the Father.

The Galactic Empire, which was ruled over by the Emperor (with Darth Vader as his right hand man), possessed the Deathstar (in "Episode 4: A New Hope"): a weapon that could blow up planets.  It says in Psalm 89:10 that God blew up the planet Rahab.

In Star Wars, the Rebellion (against the sinister Galactic Empire) are the good guys.  Scripture and other ancient texts show us that there were two great rebellions against the most High: the first one carried out by Lucifer and his titans (dinosaurs) and the second one by Satan and a third of the angels.

George Lucas had the audacity to go further into blasphemy (albeit through symbolism hidden in plain sight) than the Greek and Sumerian stories.  At least the latter myths preserved the proper roles of the good guys versus the bad guys; even if the Godhead was corrupted into the Greek Zeus (and the Sumerian Marduk?).  The man behind "Star Wars", in actuality, made the heroes into the villians and the villains into the heroes; he made good evil and evil good: he turned light to dark and darkness into light.  The "Star Wars" saga is an allegory that twists the truth through stealth.

Could it be that the character of Darth Vader resonates on a deeper level with us because deep down we sense something spiritually profound about him but can't quite put our finger on it?  If Lord Vader is supposed to symbolize Jesus, then we can now see why.  Luke Skywalker, in "Episode 6: Return of the Jedi", did tell his father that there was still good in him; although by "good" he did not mean what we understand that word to mean.     

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Dinosaurs and Angels II

Let us see if we can shed more light on the Greek myth of the war between the titans and the gods.  The gods were led by Zeus, who is a corruption of the one true God.  (By the way, the ancient Greeks were descended from Israelite "colonists" who fled from Egypt (in ships most likely in the 1600s BC) in advance of the imminent enslavement of the Israelites, who were sojourning in the land of the Nile.  But that's another story.)

This war of the titans vs. the gods--having taken place a very long time ago--is alluded to in the Bible.  This was a war on a cosmic scale that involved this solar system--specifically a planet called "Tiamat" in the Sumerian tablets.  This same planet is called "Rahab" in scripture.  In Psalm 89 verse 10 it says: "Thou hast broken Rahab in pieces, as one that is slain; thou hast scattered thine enemies with thy strong arm."

Fascinating, as Spock would say on Star Trek.  The next verse says: "The heavens are thine, the earth also is thine."  In this context it appears that Rahab was a planet, which the Sumerians called "Tiamat."  Now, the verse before verse 10 says: "Thou rulest the raging of the sea: when the waves thereof arise, thou stillest them."  I've heard that Tiamat or Rahab was a waterworld (with some areas that were above water, I'm sure); it's said that "Tiamat" means "primeval waters."

Which leads us to look at "leviathan" in the Book of Job.  In chapter 41 God says to Job, "Canst thou draw out leviathan with a hook? or his tongue with a cord which thou lettest down?"  This question is in the context of God not needing to justify himself to Job or anybody else for that matter: Job being a creature and God being the Creator.  The question sounds intriguing: it implies that leviathan was some sort of sea creature.  Job is being asked if he could go fishing for this beast like somebody who goes to a lake, throws out a line (with hook and sinker) and reels in a fish: can he do what only the most High can do?  Reading on it says, "Canst thou put an hook into his nose? or bore his jaw through with a thorn?  Will he make many supplications unto thee?  will he speak soft words unto thee?"  Does that last question imply intelligence?  Hmmm.  Our picture of this beast becomes more clear, as we read further:

          Will he make a covenant with thee?  wilt thou take him for a servant for ever?  Wilt thou
          play with him as with a bird?  or wilt thou bind him for thy maidens?   Shall the
          companions make a banquet of him?  shall they part him among the merchants?
          Canst thou fill his skin with barbed irons?  or his head with fish spears?  Lay thine
          hand upon him, remember the battle [what battle?], do no more.  Behold, the hope
          of him is in vain: shall not one be cast down even at the sight of him?  None is so fierce
          that dare stir him up: who then is able to stand before me?...Upon earth there is not his
          like, who is made without fear.  He beholdeth all high things: he is a king over all the
          children of pride.

That last sentence is telling: leviathan was filled with pride.  No one could stand up to him, not even Satan and Michael.  Only the most High could face him and smash him.  This reminds me of a pasage in the Book of Isaiah beginning in chapter 14 verse 12:

          How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to
          the ground, which didst weaken the nations!  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend
          into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of
          the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I
          will be like the most High.  Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit...
          Is this the man that made the earth to tremble, that did shake kingdoms...?

According to Michael Wynn, occultists believe that Lucifer took Satan into himself.  Wynn doesn't understand what this means exactly.  Revelation chapter 12 verse 9 says, "the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan..."  Did this "old serpent" once inhabit Rahab/Tiamat (the primeval waters)?

There are people who think that the story of Adam and Eve in Genesis can only be interpreted figuratively.  I think this passage can be interpreted literally also: chapter 3 shows us a creature called "the serpent."  Taking the whole of scripture into consideration, we can infer that this "beast" was indwelt by Satan.  Or you can read it symbolically: the serpent here represents leviathan or Lucifer, the one who first became filled with great pride and had the audacity to believe that he could be equal to the most High.  And Adam and Eve are stand-ins for mankind and how man--sometime after his creation--came to be filled with the same pride in his heart also, believing that we could also be as God.

As for Satan, there is a revealing passage about him--referred to here as "the king of Tyrus"--beginning at chapter 28 of the Book of Ezekiel in verse 12: "Thou [was] full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty.  Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God...Thou art the anointed cherub that covereth...Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee."

So the implication is that Lucifer and Satan are two different individuals.  Lucifer is a "man" (in the loosest sense of the word) who became possessed or indwelt by Satan: the serpent willing to be the house for the cherub to dwell in.


Dinosaurs and Angels

Having looked into the work of two superb researchers by way of Youtube--MichaelWynn( and Joseph Farrell ( synthesizing aspects of what they both had to say with what scripture has to say, I came up with a picture of what the dawn of history looks like.

It appears that two tremendous cosmic wars took place in the deep past.  The first one occurred about 65 million years ago.  The second one took place about 5 million years ago.  The first war was the first rebellion against or desertion of the most High God.  A group of creatures--referred to as "the titans" in Greek mythology--decided to wage war against the Most high, in a bid to overthrow their Creator.

In the Bible, the titans are symbolized by a creature called "leviathan."  Leviathan is depicted as the largest, most ferocious monster you could ever come across (Book of Job).  What the Greek "titans" and the Bible's "leviathan" are speaking of are the dinosaurs.  Tyrannosaurus Rex and his/her fellows may have been more than just dumb animals going about thinking of survival; they may have been highly intelligent beasts who possessed a high level of civilization, if you will.

 The dinosaurs dwelt on a planet called Tiamat, which once orbited the sun--between Mars and Jupiter (now the asteroid belt).  It could be that the governor of this solar system at the time was Marduk (Satan): this was before this archangel would rebel against God, for the latter had put the former in charge of this system.

When the dinosaurs rose up in rebellion God responded by leading Satan and the other angels (including Michael and Gabriel) against the rebels.  It is interesting that 65 million years ago, a great "rock" or asteroid crashed into the earth and wiped out the dinosaurs.  From what I understand, the earth formed from a large chunk of planet Tiamat--when it was blown up, long, long ago.  Yes, the earth was part of Tiamat many millions of years ago.  So that's how the dinosaur uprising was crushed.  Joseph Farrell says that--coincidentally enough (I don't believe in coincidences.)--the first war took place 65 million years ago, but he makes no mention of the dinosaurs.  Whereas Michael Wynn does.

The second rebellion occurred millions of years later when Lucifer became filled with pride, thinking that he could become as the most High.  When Lucifer and a third of the angels followed him in rebellion, the archangel Marduk led the other two thirds of the angelic host against Lucifer.  Satan and his angels were defeated, becoming known as the "rebel angels."     

Monday, December 5, 2011

Truth II

Knowledge in and of itself cannot save.  Seeking knowledge so that we can become gods, equal to the God--that is what we're doing when we say to ourselves that we don't need him.  And that is the Lie: The Sin. 

This is not my way--that of Jesus being the way to salvation, enlightenment, heaven.  This is the way spoken of in scripture.  The Jehovah's Witnesses say that theirs (their organization's) is the true Christianity.  All other Christians and Christian groups are/have become corrupted; therefore they (their organization) hold the true path to salvation.  It is no longer Jesus who is the way to salvation.  It is now the Watchtower Society (as they see it).

The Mormons hold a parallel view (that their organization possesses the way to salvation: in this case the way to becoming as Gods).  Both groups believe that theirs is the right way to interpret the Bible, according to their own organization's book (the Watchtower Society's own version of the Bible and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Book of Mormon).

Various organizations believe that they have special knowledge that will save or deliver people into a new and better way of living.  Scientology makes such a claim.  Any group/organization that makes such a claim is suspect in my eyes.

"But don't Christians as a group believe that they hold the only way to salvation--that they are the only ones who possess the truth?" you might ask.  Well, Christians do not hold the truth.  Christians are not even a group or organization.  Christians make up the church, which is the "body of Christ."  And Christ Jesus is the head of the church.  He possesses the truth.  He is the truth, as he says in the New Testament.  All I can do is point somebody to the Truth.

As I said in the previous post, the church has been greatly compromised.  There are many wolves in the church, dressed up as sheep.  There are many false teachings that have taken hold.  Despite this bleak picture, I know that the truth cannot be pushed down and destroyed.  Truth will ultimately triumph.  I need not be desperate.

Lucifer controls this world system.  His agents have worked their way into the church to a great degree, holding key positions--to the extent that the body of Christ has become ineffectual in the world.

The powers that be are quite stealthy.  Their influence can be felt all over society.  They've reached into different aspects of our daily lives in such a subtle way that most people cannot see what is really going on.  And sadly, many Christians do not see what is really going on--within the church and in the society at large.

Christians realize that the world is lost: people are lost without Christ; however, many Christians don't realize the extent to which those--who run the world system--are organized.  The extent to which they have manipulated the church: getting Christians to engage in struggles which have led us to stray from the Truth.  It is the old strategy of "divide and conquer" that the powers that be have successfully used against the church.  An example of this would be the so-called "War on Terror," in which the "Christian" West is pitted against the Muslim world.  Many Christians have been duped into buying this false paradigm.   

Friday, December 2, 2011

The Truth

The truth, at its heart, is simple: Jesus is the Truth: salvation is attained through faith in Jesus.  Fearing (reverencing) the Lord is at the start of wisdom.  Everybody has faith in something.  Even people who say they have faith in nothing have faith.

The truth also has complexity to it: the more you study Scripture, the more layers of meaning you often find.  One can study Scripture for the rest of their life and still find something new in it.  Yet at its core it is a simple Truth.

And you would do well to be suspicious of those (who claim to be followers of Christ Jesus) whose messages or teachings place importance on peripheral things: things other than Jesus, the need we all have for Jesus as our savior because we are all lost and in a state of separation from the true God--until we turn to the Son of God.

The teachers and ministries in the church with the big names are pretty much all suspect: Joel Osteen, Billy Graham, Joyce Meyer, T D Jakes, Tim La Haye, Chuck Smith, TBN (run by the Crouch family--not that every member of the Crouch family nor everything on this network is suspect), Pat Robertson, Dr. Robert Schuller among others.  When a lot of money becomes part of the equation of running these ministries, the temptation becomes too much (often times) and the people who run them then make mammon their first love--instead of the Lord God of Hosts--and compromise the Truth, however subtly.

To one extent or another the teachers (whose names I mentioned above) have ties to the powers that be--the Illuminati.  Conspiracies are real: all throughout scripture you have conspiracy after conspiracy being spoken of.  People who have a lot of wealth --and money also, which is actually a measure of wealth (being the easiest way to measure it)--and who have great positions of social status (whether they are well known or not: often not so well-known)--do meet in "secret chambers" to plan the future course of society.  They are the rulers, and the kings (those who hold offices in government) are their puppets.  Even the most elite of the rulers--who hide in the shadows--are puppets ultimately of Lucifer (or Satan).