Sep 8, 2014

Petrus Romanus, The Family, And Other Builders Of The Final Church -- "Mystery Babylon"

(Excerpted from Zenith 2016, by Thomas Horn)                                                                                

Despite a series of ever-changing explanations as to why George W. Bush was stubbornly resolved to take the U.S. into Iraq/Babylon even though Iraq was not connected to the events of September 11, 2001, years later, if you asked twenty analysts to define the true nature behind the U.S. entering that war, they would probably give you twenty different answers.

Some say it was strategic placement of U.S. military resources against what the administration saw as a growing threat from Islamic radicals. Some say it was an effort to seize and maintain control of Iraqi oil reserves. Others contend that 9/11 was itself either a convenient or orchestrated event (false flag) allowing the Bush administration to extend a global domination project. Still others believe something unusual connected to biblical sites in Babylon had been uncovered during Saddam Hussein’s reconstruction of the ancient city, and that the administration went there to capture it. But according to the British press, Bush let his real reasons slip during a meeting with Palestinian leaders in June 2003, when he admitted he had committed the United States to enter Babylon because “God told me to invade Iraq.” [i]The same year, while lobbying nations to join his “Coalition of the Willing,” Bush startled France’s president, Jacques Chirac, by telling him that supernatural forces known as “Gog and Magog” were rising in the Middle East and that his administration had been “willed by God…to use this conflict to erase his people’s enemies before a New Age [novus ordo seclorum] begins.”[ii] In 2009, it emerged that not only was this Bush’s state of mind, but that Donald Rumsfeld, as defense secretary, had followed up by routinely adorning top-secret memos concerning the Iraq war for cabinet members and the president, using prophetic quotations from the Bible.
Did a voice from God instruct the leader of the world’s most powerful nation to begin what quickly resulted in, at least on the surface, a debacle? One disturbing possibility is that the president was delusional. On the other hand, if God did tell Bush to invade Iraq, given other “signs of the times,” we tune our ears to the prophets who foretold an end-of-days event when Babylon would be overthrown by a foreign invader, followed by the release of apocalyptic forces—powers known by the prophets as the descendants of fallen angels who went into hell “in full battle dress.”[iii] When the prophet Jeremiah prophesied the future of Babylon, he specifically foresaw the catalyst for its destruction as happening when the God of the angel-armies (LORD of hosts) sends a warning that “evil” (ra in Hebrew) is to be unleashed upon the nations of the world by “a great whirlwind” that is raised up from the coasts of the earth (Jeremiah 25:32). The people of earth are afterward viewed as hopeless and in need of a savior.
Forebodingly, the end of Bush’s second term witnessed such civil clamor for renewed “hope” amidst widespread messianic fervor surrounding the election of America’s current president, Barack Hussein Obama. Bush’s angel in the whirlwind administration was indeed prophetic in that it accomplished exactly what elite occultists wanted: a fire burning in the minds of men, fanned by multinational chaos and desperation, resulting in universal entreaty for an inspirational and political demigod—a savior—to arise on the global scene promising a New World Order. Obama has magnificently played his role in the scheme as well, and, as the reader will learn later [in the book Zenith 2016 FREE!], the lead-up to the election of 2016 will most assuredly manifest the terrifying culmination of their Ordo ab Chao.
Did Bush Know What He Was Doing?
It is entirely possible that Bush’s understanding of his calling as the catalyst of end-times events was a revelation that grew on him over time. In the beginning, many of his ties to evangelical Christianity appear to have been simply for the purpose of producing political advantages. While still in his second term as governor, Bush actually hired influence-peddler Karl Rove to help strategize how he might endear himself to the fundamentalist base in anticipation of a presidential run. Not long after, the highest-ranking members of the nation’s politically enthused church leaders were summoned to the governor’s mansion, where the hand-picked movers and shakers, selected for their proven power to sway religious voters, were encouraged to conduct a “laying on of hands” to anoint the future president. As the executive mantle was vicariously conferred on Bush, he surprised the group by suddenly evoking the prophetic commissions of the prophets, telling the attendees that he had been “called” (by God) to become the presidential candidate.
Most people, including even perhaps Bush himself, were blissfully unaware of the ancient signature these events represented, especially as it involved the language of Bush’s two inaugural speeches following the precedent-setting “anointing” by “holy men” in the state-owned mansion. For a few adepts of history and secret orders, the ritualistic parody was deliciously staged. The term “inaugurate” is from the Latin inauguratio and refers to the archaic ceremony by which the Roman augurs (soothsayers) approved a king or ruler (or other action) through omens as being “sanctioned by the gods.” As with Bush, the ancient “inauguration” of the leader occurred after the priestly blessing and magical words were uttered, which assured the congregations and heads of state that the course of action was endorsed by the gods. The omens that the augurs used in determining the will of the gods included, among other things, thunder and lightning, as reflected in Bush’s “angel in the whirlwind” statements. In modern times, the date on which the U.S. inauguration occurs is also important for occult astrological reasons. January 20 is when the sun moves into the sign of Aquarius, an important fact tied to the presidency of Barack Obama, who likewise rode the “whirlwind” into the White House with equally telling symbolism and commentary. 
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