Thursday, September 20, 2012

Apocalypse: Neal Adams Apple Garden

In Matthew 24 Jesus speaks about watching for signs that point to the revealing or apocalypse.  In verse 15, Jesus says, "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:) Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains..."  The Son of man is referring to what Daniel says: "And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate." (chapter 9, verse 27) 

It should be noted that Jesus does not say anything about a covenant being confirmed for a week (of years).  Plainly, he does not say anything about a seven-year peace treaty.  Note also that "the overspreading of abominations" is separate from the seven-year confirmation: said overspreading happening after said confirmation.  The "abomination of desolation" that Jesus warns about is not something that occurs in a moment.  It occurs--rather it occurred--over a period of years.  For Jesus was warning about the increasing wickedness of the "generation of vipers" (Matthew 12:34): the scribes and Pharisees, this group that had been coopted by the Kenites (sons of Cain who had joined themselves to the Edomites).  The wickedness in Jerusalem would grow so great that God would have the Romans (under Prince Titus) lay siege to the Chosen City for three and a half years before it would finally fall to slaughter and destruction in 70 AD.  The Son of man is saying that people living in Jerusalem in the time immediately preceding the Roman siege--which would be brought about by God because the city's leaders rejected Jesus during his ministry and because of the "overspreading of abominations" in the 2nd Temple as well as the rest of the city--should run for it when they would see the Roman movement against Jerusalem about to come to pass.  (The corruption all around growing worse and worse, like today.)  Many of the inhabitants of Jerusalem would not heed Jesus' warning and so would be caught in the siege and die.

If Jesus is speaking (primarily) of a future appearance (by the Antichrist) in a future, rebuilt Temple--then that's not much of a warning (seems to me).  There won't be enough time to flee.  Besides if Jesus is implying a future seven-year treaty, then his servants will know that the beginning of such a treaty is when to prepare for what is coming.  More importantly, in Zechariah 12 we are told that when the "son of perdition" does come into Jerusalem--he will be driven out of that city supernaturally: that is only God can do so.  Witness the following: "6In that day will I make the governors of Judah like an hearth of fire among the wood, and like a torch of fire in a sheaf; and they shall devour all the people round about, on the right hand and on the left: and Jerusalem shall be inhabited again in her own place, even in Jerusalem. 7The LORD also shall save the tents of Judah first, that the glory of the house of David and the glory of the inhabitants of Jerusalem do not magnify themselves against Judah. 8In that day shall the LORD defend the inhabitants of Jerusalem; and he that is feeble among them at that day shall be as David; and the house of David shall be as God, as the angel of the LORD before them."  The Sephardic Jews or Judeans living in Jerusalem--at the time the Antichrist (or "the Assyrian" from "the land of Nimrod" or the land of Sargon, a foreshadowing of the "man of sin" (Micah 5:5-6)) invades the Glorious Land--will be strengthened by God.  (The "evil figs" of Jeremiah 24--those Judeans who rejected their God--will have no part in this wonderful thing of God moving with a stretched out arm for the "good figs:" the Judeans who will turn to Jesus once more.)  These Judeans will not have to flee.  And "coincidentally" the (Zionist) Edomites living in the land will also escape from being killed by the image of the beast (Antichrist), as confirmed by Daniel 11:41--"He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown: but these shall escape out of his hand, even Edom, and Moab, and the chief of the children of Ammon."--and also confirmed by Isaiah 63.

Furthermore verse 9 of Zechariah 12 is intriguing: "And it shall come to pass in that day, that I will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem."  Carefully note that God is saying that he "will seek" to smash the international army that comes up against the Holy City.  Meaning, the Lord will not destroy them then and there; he will destroy them later: after they invade North America from both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans (as Ezekiel 38 attests)--once they are gathered in the Valley of the Sun (City of Phoenix: a symbol used in the closing ceremony of the London Olympics) in the State of Arizona--this last part I've theorized before.

What does support a future (well, that most likely is upon us now) seven-year long period of the Antichrist kingdom is this: The saints "shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time." (Daniel 7:25)

Alright, next item.  The creation of Adam and Eve (garden in Eden) happened around 47,000 BC.  I've maintained that the serpent's seed (sons of Cain) are separate from the offspring of the sons of God (who are not the same as the Anunnaki of Genesis 1) and the daughters of men in Genesis 6.  The Book of Enoch states that these sons of God (angels who left their first estate: Book of Jude) would be forced to watch their unnatural Nephilim offspring be killed and then they would be imprisoned within the earth for 70 generations, until the day of judgment.  I don't reccomend reading the Book of Enoch.  It may have historical truth, but it was not inspired by the Holy Spirit.  Now Lamech (son of Cain) was alive at the time that God's judgment came upon Sumeria because of what the sons of God had done (and the overall great increase in violence and evil in general); for this Lamech was named for the Lamech (son of Seth) who fathered Noah.  Lamech (son of Cain) was living in Nod--to the east of Sumeria (where the garden had been).  His namesake was the other Lamech (son of Seth) who was born before him.  (Cain's line was copying Seth's line.)

Now if we accept that the end of this period of 70 generations is between 2012 and 2019 (the short time that Satan has left to attempt to consolidate his kingdom on the earth: Revelation 12)--and if we accept that Noah's flood took place around 5000 BC (as I've covered in a previous post); then we have around 7,000 years.  A generation of the Nephilim is about 700 years.  Look at what Genesis 5:31 says concerning Lamech son of Seth: "And all the days of Lamech were seven hundred seventy and seven years: and he died."  He died five years before God brought about the flood.  Note what Lamech (son of Cain) says in Genesis 4:24: "If Cain shall be avenged sevenfold, truly Lamech seventy and sevenfold."  Apparently he was aware of the pronouncement against the group of angels who'd left their first estate (to come down to take wives from among the daughters of men).  Having established that 70 generations = 7,000 years, we take 7,000 years and multiply by 7 (the "seventy and sevenfold," substituting 7,000 for the 70 generations).  The result of this multiplication is 49,000 (years ago), when Adam and Eve were created.  Anthropology has discovered that mankind began to spread over the earth about 50,000 BC (after a massive reduction in the human population from catastrophes earlier).  There may be a correlation.  (Atlantis suffered a major destruction around 50,000 BC.)

The following may be an esoterical proof for this theory.  Adding together the digits in Genesis 4:24 we get 10 (mathmatically speaking, we have 4+2+4).  And from Adam to Noah we have ten generations (before Noah's flood).  Thus Lamech son of Cain can be seen as being contemporary with Noah and therefore the regional flood (of antediluvian Sumeria).

Onto the next item.  Comic book writer/artist Neal Adams is a proponent of the expanding earth.  From what I can see, he's right on.  All the continents fit together neatly.  They were all once (very long ago) one continent, when the earth was smaller.  As the earth expanded, this one continent--called Pangaea by some--broke apart.

(And speaking of the garden, I've heard that the shares of Apple Computers are at an all-time high.  Could this be the Illuminati telegraphing to the people that they are about to carry out the next stage of mankind (in their eyes)?: godhood: the lie that the serpent tempted Eve with?  Apples being symbolic of Luciferic enlightenment.  This involves the mark of the beast, which has to do with a mark on the hand or on the forehead: opening the third eye, which leads to the Illuminists deceiving and manipulating people.)

Last item for this post.  I've also just heard that both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are tied in the polls: Obama received 47% support and Romney received 47% support.  We can add all the digits together: 4+7=11 and 4+7=11: we hav 11+11=22 for the 22 chapters in Revelation: and 2+2=4.  The number four represents the spirit realm; as I've said in the previous post, time cannot be said to be the 4th dimension.  The 4th dimension has to be at a right angle to the 3rd dimension, since all 3 dimensions (of this material realm that we inhabit) are at right angles to each other in space.  I guess that's why I said that a fourth dimensional creature can see all the sides of the imaginary cube that's floating there.  What I'm getting at is that the cabalists--they're not the powers that be; only those who stand up for what is right and good are--are telling everybody what is about to happen soon: the spirit realm is about to invade this physical plane in a massive way.  Of course this will end with the return of Jesus Christ to annihilate his enemies (2 Thessalonians 2 and Isaiah 63) and to establish his government on the earth.  We have in Isaiah 9:6: "and the government shall be upon his shoulder..."