Oct 4, 2014

A.W. Tozer Prophecy – From 50 Years Ago

The short excerpt below is from A.W. Tozer relating to conditions at the "end of the age".  He quotes a prophecy from Matthew 23 which references Jerusalem as the city that "kills the prophets".  That would also be Mystery Babylon, the city "drunken with the blood of the martyrs, and the blood of the saints...".  Revelation 17:6.  The clip below is part of a series by Chris White explaining why, according to the scriptures, Mystery Babylon, the woman that rides the Beast (Antichrist), is indeed Jerusalem.

“Let me go out on a limb a little bit and prophesy. I see the time coming when all the holy men whose eyes have been opened by the Holy Spirit will desert worldly Evangelicalism, one by one. The house will be left desolate and there will not be a man of God, a man in whom the Holy Spirit dwells, left among them…

I hear Jesus saying…Mat 23:37-38: “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the one killing the prophets and stoning those who are sent to her, how often would I have gathered your children together, even as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you would not! Behold, your house is left to you desolate”

As the Church now stands, the man who sees this condition of worldly evangelicalism is written off as somewhat fanatical. But the day is coming when the house will be left desolate and there will not be a man of God among them. I would like to live long enough to watch this develop and see how things turn out. I would like to live to see the time when the men and woman of God – holy, separated and spiritually enlightened – walk out of the evangelical church and form a group of their own; when they get off the sinking ship and let her go down in the brackish and worldliness and form a new ark to ride out the storm.”

-Source- www.sermonindex.net


See the rest of the videos in this study here - https://www.youtube.com/user/hiswaysarehigher/videos?view=0&shelf_id=0&sort=dd

Oct 3, 2014

The Veil is Lifting in all Realms - prophetic events September 2014

Check out the bizarre "gates of hell" connection announced between various public figures and SIRI...strange stuff


The Veil is Lifting in all Realms - prophetic events September 2014 -
Extreme weather events, Earth changes, and Biblical prophecy September 2014 - Ebola epidemic - Global Unrest  - ISIS - Increased Volcanic Activity - Earthquakes - Tsunami - Meteor impact - UFOS - Climate change - The Beginning of Sorrows - Transhumanism ---------


The five biggest lies about Ebola being pushed by government and mass media

I've touched on these in previous articles...the fact the disease can be contracted through the air, combined with the insanely long incubation period of 21 days, makes this the deadliest threat of modern times...

by Mike Adams,

(NaturalNews) All the disinformation being spread about Ebola by the U.S. government and the complicit mass media will unfortunately make the Ebola pandemic far worse. That's because the public isn't being told the truth about how Ebola spreads and how individuals can help prevent transmission of the disease.

At every level of media and government, protecting the financial interests of drug companies appears to be far more important than protecting public health. So people aren't told the truth about how Ebola spreads and how they can increase their ability to survive a global pandemic.

Here are five of the biggest lies being spread about Ebola right now. Once you've reviewed the lies, learn the truth at www.BioDefense.com

Lie #1) Ebola won't ever come to the United States

This lie was shattered just this week when the CDC confirmed Ebola in a hospital patient in Dallas, Texas.

Not only has Ebola already spread to America, but a top scientist who used to work for the FDA now says this is only the beginning and that Ebola will spread in America. [1]

As printed in The Extinction Protocol:

"...it appears several people were exposed before the individual was placed in isolation, and it is quite possible that one or more of his contacts will be infected," he added. What's more, he conceded that it was "only a matter of time" that the swift-killing African virus arrived in the U.S.

Lie #2) Ebola is only spread via direct contact with body fluids

This outrageous medical lie may soon cost the lives of millions of innocent people. In truth, Ebola can spread through the air over short distances via aerosols - airborne particles.

Ebola can also spread via contaminated surfaces. When an infected patient makes contact with a surface such as a doorknob or ATM keypad, they may leave behind the Ebola virus which survives for many minutes or hours in the open, depending on environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, etc.) Another person who touches the same surface may then become instantly infected by simply touching their own eyes, nose or mouth.

The ability of Ebola to spread via contaminated surfaces is why victims in Africa have become infected by riding in taxi cabs. This also means any form of public transportation -- airplanes, ambulances, subways -- may harbor the virus and accelerate the spread of an outbreak.

Like all viruses, Ebola is destroyed by sunlight. But it can remain viable for a surprisingly long time in environments where sunlight never reaches -- such as underground subways, which are the perfect breeding grounds for viral transmission.

Read the rest of this article at:   http://www.naturalnews.com/047089_Ebola_pandemic_government_lies_disinformation.html#ixzz3F3UOjzKt

Doctor Boards Atlanta Flight In HazMat Suit To Protest "Lying CDC"

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Christian Writer Hannah Adams

Christian Writer Hannah Adams
Hannah Adams was comparing Broughton's Dictionary of Religions with facts she knew about the Christian denominations described in it. Broughton's account simply was not honest. She could write a more accurate account than that, she thought.

That is how Hannah came to write her Alphabetical Compend of the Various Sects Which Have Appeared from the Beginning of the Christian Era to the Present Day. Although a member of the Congregational Church, she attempted to be accurate and unbiased toward other branches of Christianity. Her book did well, but the publisher took almost all of the profit from the first edition.
This was unfortunate for Hannah, who badly needed the money since she was frail and had no other way to support herself except by making lace. Her father had gone bankrupt when she was just seventeen, and from then on she had to fend for herself. However, she was better paid for the second edition. Altogether the book went through four editions and was even reprinted in England.

Hannah loved to read and study. Born in Medfield, Massachusetts on this day, October 2, 1755, she was a weak child. Her father, who was known as "Book Adams" kept her home from school. This was not a tragic loss, however, as he boarded theology students at his house and they taught Hannah geography, Greek, Latin and logic. She had a tremendous memory and such a far-away look that people said she was not of this world.

Perhaps she wasn't. "I remember that my first idea of the happiness of Heaven was a place where we should find our thirst for knowledge fully gratified," she admitted. It is told that the librarian locked her in when he went to lunch, because it was useless to try to pry her loose from a book once she got her nose in it.

Hannah added a few books to the library shelves herself. She was the first American woman to reach a level where she could make her living entirely by writing. Among the books she wrote were Truth and Excellence of the Christian Religion, a History of the Jews, Letters on the Gospels and a Summary History of New England.

She became temporarily blind while writing this last book. It was to cause her a good deal of controversy, too. She prepared a shorter edition for use in schools, but her "friend," school master Rev. Jedidiah Morse, beat her out with his own edition. She sued him for infringement of her rights; he defended himself. The battle dragged on for ten years and seems never to have been satisfactorily resolved, but contemporaries felt Morse was in the wrong.

Several prominent men banded together to provide Hannah with an annuity that eased the remaining years of her life. She died in 1831 and was the first person buried in the Mount Auburn cemetery, Boston. Her works were not particularly original, but were useful because they brought together a good deal of scattered information and were compiled with skill.

She left behind an autobiography which was published in Boston the year after she died.
  1. "Hannah Adams." Encyclopedia Americana. Chicago: American Corp., 1956.
  2. "Hannah Adams." Dictionary of American Biography. New York: Scribner, 1958-1964.
  3. Kunitz, Stanley. American authors, 1600-1900: a biographical dictionary of American literature. New York: The H. W. Wilson company, 1938.
  4. Miscellaneous encyclopedia and web articles.
Read this article at - http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/1701-1800/christian-writer-hannah-adams-11630262.html

Oct 1, 2014

What Fell From the Sky Over Michigan?

Bizarre video captured of what looks like debris falling near Davison Michigan.  The debris is falling vertically, which means it's not likely space debris which would be moving faster and falling more horizontally.  Also, it's falling in a consecutive sequence, which seems unlikely with a high altitude plane blowing up...my guess is some type of military experiment in the upper atmosphere, but what?


And the first video

I AM SECOND - Lecrae Testimony

It's always a blessing to hear how the Lord has transformed a life...

Dallas Ebola Case Just the Beginning...

Anyone with the ability to think logically knows that an infected man who flew from Liberia to Brussels to Dallas came into the immediate vicinity of hundreds, if not thousands of people, while hundreds breathed the same air, used the same bathroom, sat in the same metal tube for 8 hours or more on the flight into the U.S. So yes, it's probable multiple people would have been infected, but with a 21-day incubation period, the symptoms of these people may not show up for weeks.  And by then, who knows how many people they may have come into contact with...in other words, the epidemic has come here. 

Officials: Second person being monitored for Ebola who had contact with patient

September 2014DALLAS, TX – Health officials are closely monitoring a possible second Ebola patient who had close contact with the first person to be diagnosed in the U.S., the director of Dallas County’s health department said Wednesday. All who have been in close contact with the man officially diagnosed are being monitored as a precaution, Zachary Thompson, director of Dallas County Health and Human Services, said in a morning interview with WFAA-TV. “Let me be real frank to the Dallas County residents: The fact that we have one confirmed case, there may be another case that is a close associate with this particular patient,” he said. “So this is real. There should be a concern, but it’s contained to the specific family members and close friends at this moment.” The director continued to assure residents that the public isn’t at risk because health officials have the virus contained. On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was the first person to be diagnosed in the United States with the Ebola virus. Thomas Eric Duncan left Liberia on Sept. 19 and arrived in Dallas the following day.
On Sept. 26, he sought treatment at the hospital after becoming ill but was sent home with a prescription for antibiotics. Duncan’s sister, Mai Wureh, said he notified officials that he was visiting from Liberia when they asked for his Social Security number and he told them he didn’t have one. Two days later, he was admitted with more critical symptoms, after requiring an ambulance ride to the hospital. The patient, whose condition was upgraded to serious Wednesday, was in contact with several children before he was hospitalized and had been staying at a northeast Dallas apartment complex, health officials here said. Each of those children have been kept home from school and are under precautionary monitoring, Thompson said. The Dallas County school district officials said they are working closely with health officials. “They are consulting with the county on any additional action that may need to be taken during the course of investigation,” district spokesman Jon Dahlander said in a statement. “This is part of routine emergency operations during a health incident in the county. This is same protocol taken during things like flu and tuberculosis cases.” More than a half a dozen CDC employees arrived in Dallas after news of the diagnosis broke. The CDC and Dallas County are working together in what they call a contact investigation.
Anyone who has had contact with the patient, including emergency room staff, will be under health officials’ observation for 21 days. If any of those being monitored show symptoms, they’ll be placed in isolation. The three paramedics who transported the patient in Dallas are temporarily off duty and among those under observation. Stanley Gaye, president of the Liberian Community Association of Dallas-Fort Worth, said the 10,000-strong Liberian population in North Texas is skeptical of the CDC’s assurances because Ebola has ravaged their country. “We’ve been telling people to try to stay away from social gatherings,” Gaye said at a community meeting Tuesday. Large get-togethers are a prominent part of Liberian culture. –US TODAY
CDC website prior to Dallas case:Is there a danger of Ebola spreading in the U.S.? Ebola is not spread through casual contact; therefore, the risk of an outbreak in the U.S. is very low. We know how to stop Ebola’s further spread: thorough case finding, isolation of ill people, contacting people exposed to the ill person, and further isolation of contacts if they develop symptoms. The U.S. public health and medical systems have had prior experience with sporadic cases of diseases such as Ebola. In the past decade, the United States had 5 imported cases of Viral Hemorrhagic Fever (VHF) diseases similar to Ebola (1 Marburg, 4 Lassa). None resulted in any transmission in the United States.” –CDC Website
Other articles related to this case include:
Top doc: ‘several people were exposed,’ more will be infected by Dallas Ebola case
Health fiasco: Ebola patient was vomiting in ambulance, five children exposed from 4 different schools, took at least 3 flights

It’s ‘not impossible’ others in US could contract Ebola, CDC head says – patient in U.S. 10 days before diagnosis

Dallas Ebola patient originally sent home with antibiotics: misdiagnosis exposed countless others to virus

All article may be read at - http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/

Is Your Church Worship More Pagan than Christian?

Todd PruittIs Your Church Worship More Pagan than Christian?

There is a great misunderstanding in churches of the purpose of music in Christian worship. Churches routinely advertise their “life-changing” or “dynamic” worship that will “bring you closer to God” or “change your life.” Certain worship CD’s promise that the music will “enable you to enter the presence of God.” Even a flyer for a recent conference for worship leaders boasted:
"Join us for dynamic teaching to set you on the right path, and inspiring worship where you can meet God and receive the energy and love you need to be a mover and shaker in today’s world…Alongside our teaching program are worship events which put you in touch with the power and love of God."
The problem with the flyer and with many church ads is that these kinds of promises reveal a significant theological error. Music is viewed as a means to facilitate an encounter with God; it will move us closer to God. In this schema, music becomes a means of mediation between God and man. But this idea is closer to ecstatic pagan practices than to Christian worship.

Jesus is the only mediator between God and man. He alone is the One who brings us to God. The popular but mistaken notions regarding worship music undermine this foundational truth of the Christian faith. It is also ironic that while many Christians deny the sacramental role of those ordinances which the Lord Himself has given to the church (baptism and the Lord’s Supper) they are eager to grant music sacramental powers. Music and “the worship experience” are viewed as means by which we enter the presence of God and receive his saving benefits. There is simply no evidence whatsoever in Scripture that music mediates direct encounters or experiences with God. This is a common pagan notion. It is far from Christian.

In his helpful book True Worship Vaughan Roberts offers four consequences of viewing music as an encounter with God. I will summarize them.

1. God’s Word is marginalized.
In many Churches and Christian gatherings it is not unusual for God’s Word to be shortchanged. Music gives people the elusive “liver quiver” while the Bible is more mundane. Pulpits have shrunk and even disappeared while bands and lighting have grown. But faith does not come from music, dynamic experiences, or supposed encounters with God. Faith is birthed through the proclamation of God’s Word (Rom 10:17).

2. Our assurance is threatened.
If we associate God’s presence with a particular experience or emotion, what happens when we no longer feel it? We search for churches whose praise band, orchestra, or pipe organ produce in us the feelings we are chasing. But the reality of God in our lives depends on the mediation of Christ not on subjective experiences.

3. Musicians are given priestly status.
When music is seen as a means to encounter God, worship leaders and musicians are vested with a priestly role. They become the ones who bring us into the presence of God rather than Jesus Christ who alone has already fulfilled that role. Understandably, when a worship leader or band doesn’t help me experience God they have failed and must be replaced. On the other hand, when we believe that they have successfully moved us into God’s presence they will attain in our minds a status that is far too high for their own good.

4. Division is increased.
If we identify a feeling as an encounter with God, and only a particular kind of music produces that feeling, then we will insist that same music be played regularly in our church or gatherings. As long as everyone else shares our taste then there is no problem. But if others depend upon a different kind of music to produce the feeling that is important to them then division is cultivated. And because we routinely classify particular feelings as encounters with God our demands for what produce those feelings become very rigid. This is why so many churches succumb to offering multiple styles of worship services. By doing so, they unwittingly sanction division and self-centeredness among the people of God.

Scripture is full of exhortations to God’s people to sing and make music to the Lord. Our God has been gracious to give us this means to worship Him. But it is important to understand that music in our worship is for two specific purposes: to honor God and to edify our fellow believers. Unfortunately, many Christians tend to grant music a sacramental power which Scripture never bestows upon it.

Todd Pruitt serves as Lead Pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Raised a Southern Baptist, he is a graduate of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City. He blogs regularly at Ref21 and 1517. Todd, along with Carl Trueman and Aimee Byrd, is one of the hosts of Mortification of Spin. He and his wife Karen have three children.

Read this article at - http://www.christianity.com/church/worship-and-hymns/is-your-church-worship-more-pagan-than-christian.html

Mosquito Virus That Walloped Caribbean Spreads in U.S.

And I still haven't gotten to the Ebola stories yet....


Honorable St. Honorius of Canterbury

Honorable St. Honorius of Canterbury
Looking into the lives of prominent persons such as kings and archbishops, we get a snapshot of their day. The life of St. Honorius of Canterbury shows us a land in turmoil but a church steadily expanding.

Honorius is thought to have been one of the Benedictine monks sent by Pope Gregory I to convert the English. Whether he traveled there with St. Augustine of Canterbury in 596 or was sent with the second group in 601 is not certain. In fact, little is known of him, except that by his fervent and holy life he helped convert the people of Kent to Christianity.

When Archbishop Justus of Canterbury died around 627 or 628, Honorius was chosen to fill his place. In theory, this should have been done by bishops of his own diocese, but that was impossible. Such were the storms of the time that London and Rochester were both without bishops. The only bishop in England who could consecrate Honorious (preserving the apostolic succession) was Paulinus of York,* who was engaged in mission work in Northumbria.

Paulinus and Honorius met in Lincoln, where the former consecrated the latter as the fifth Archbishop of Canterbury.

In those days, delays in communication with Rome were lengthy. The two wrote to Rome, asking for the pope to send them their pallia--cloths of wool that bishops wore on their shoulders as a symbol that their authority was recognized by the pope. The pope sent the pallia and also gave them written permission to appoint each others successors in event of death. That letter made Paulinus the first Bishop of York.

He would not enjoy his position long. The pagan king, Penda of Mercia, marched across Northumbria, slaughtering its newly converted Christian king and many other people, burning towns as he went. Paulinus fled south, where Honorius made him Bishop of Rochester.

During Honorius' days as Archbishop, King Oswald, reared by monks on the island of Iona, ascended to the throne of Northumbria and invited Aidan, who was of the Celtic tradition, to preach to his people. Aidan founded Lindisfarne. Soon the Roman and Celtic traditions would clash.

While the north was being Christianized by Celts, Honorius sent his own missionary to East Anglia. This was Felix and he accomplished his goal. His see was at Dunwich, but the ocean has since washed it away.

Honorius broke the race barrier, consecrating at different times, the first three English-born bishops for the church. These were Ithamar, Thomas and Beretgils. When Honorius died on this day, September 30, 653, he was buried at Canterbury. After a wait of eighteen months, his place was taken by Deusdedit, the first English-born Archbishop of Canterbury.
*York was the capital of Northumbria. Founded by the Romans, they called it Eboracum but when Danes captured it they named it Jorvik from which we got the name York.
  1. "Honorius." The Dictionary of National Biography, founded in 1882 by George Smith; edited by Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee. London: Oxford University Press, 1921 - 1996.
  2. Hook, Walter Farquhar, 1798-1875. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury. London, R. Bentley, 1865-1884.
  3. Keating, Joseph. "St. Honorius." The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton, 1910.
  4. McKilliam, A. E. A Chronicle of the Archbishops of Canterbury. London: James Clarke and Co., 1913.
  5. Various short internet articles.
Read this article at - http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/601-900/honorable-st-honorius-of-canterbury-11629729.html

Child With Enterovirus 68 Dies in Rhode Island - 4 More Deaths Possibly Linked to Outbreak

As if Ebola 2.0 wasn't enough...

Posted by
September 2014 RHODE ISLANDA child infected with enterovirus 68 has died, the Rhode Island Department of Health said today, marking the first publicly announced enterovirus 68 death since the outbreak began this summer. After the Rhode Island announcement, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that three patients who died later tested positive for the virus that’s infecting children across the country. It is not clear what role the virus played in these deaths, but the CDC said state and local health officials are investigating. The 10-year-old girl from Cumberland, Rhode Island, died last week of a rare combination of bacterial and viral infections, the department said, explaining that she died of Staphylococcus aureus sepsis “associated with” enterovirus 68. “We are all heartbroken to hear about the death of one of Rhode Island’s children,” state Health Department Director Dr. Michael Fine said in a statement. “Many of us will have EV-D68 [enterovirus 68]. Most of us will have very mild symptoms and all but very few will recover quickly and completely.” Enterovirus 68, which is suspected of sickening children in 46 states, starts out like the common cold but can quickly turn serious and send children to the hospital with breathing problems.
And on Monday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced it was investigating whether the virus led to temporary limb paralysis in nine children in Colorado. It is related to the polio virus. The girl’s illness began with cold-like symptoms and shortness of breath, Fine said during a press conference today. Her parents called 911 last week, but after she arrived at the hospital her condition “deteriorated very quickly. Things became dire,” Fine said. She died of Staphylococcus aureus sepsis, which he said was “associated with” her enterovirus 68 infection. Staphylococcus aureus is a bacteria that lives in about 30 percent of people’s noses and usually doesn’t cause any problems, according to the CDC. It can be serious or fatal when it results in sepsis, which is body-wide inflammation that results from an infection, according to the CDC. Sepsis can cause blood flow problems, which leads to organ failure. –ABC News
Four deaths linked to EV-D68 virus: Samples collected from four patients who recently died have tested positive for enterovirus D68, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is unclear what role the virus played in their deaths. Enteroviruses are very common, especially in the late summer and early fall. The CDC estimates 10 to 15 million infections occur in the United States each year. So even though the samples from these four patients tested positive, the virus could have nothing to do with their deaths. One of the patients, a child with a staph infection and enterovirus D68, was from Rhode Island, the state’s health department announced Wednesday. The child died last week. Infection by both staph bacteria and an enterovirus is a “rare combination,” health officials say, that can cause very severe illnesses in children and adults. “Only a very small portion of people who contract EV-D68 will experience problems beyond a runny nose and a low grade fever,” the Rhode Island Department of Health said in a statement. “Most viruses produce mild illnesses from which people are able to recover.”
This year, enterovirus D68 has been sending more children than usual to the hospital with severe respiratory illnesses. It seems to be most affecting children with a history of asthma or breathing problems. As of Wednesday, the CDC had confirmed 472 cases in 41 states. The virus may also be linked to a small number of cases of a mysterious neurologic illness seen in Colorado, Boston and Michigan. Doctors in Colorado spotted it first — a group of 10 children hospitalized with limb weakness, cranial nerve dysfunction and abnormalities in their spinal gray matter. Doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital have since identified four patients with the same symptoms. And a child in Washtenaw County, Michigan, also developed partial paralysis in the lower limbs after being hospitalized with the virus, the Michigan Department of Community Health said Wednesday. –CNN
Read this article at - http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/child-with-enterovirus-68-dies-in-rhode-island-4-more-deaths-possibly-linked-to-outbreak/

Carbon Nanotubes, Space Elevators and a Possible Hidden Space Story

By Joseph Farrell

Here’s a story that I found this past week that I think is another indicator of “something” going on “out there,” that may not be quite the same story as we’re getting “down here,” and while we’ve blogged about this particular technology before, this story comes with an “update.” We might call it “carbon nanotubes” 2.0. But before we get to that possible hidden story and the day’s high octane speculation, first, the article itself:
Japanese company plans to build a functioning space elevator by 2050
There is is, boldly emblazoned in the headline: the Japanese plan to turn the science fiction idea of a “space elevator” into reality in a mere forty or so years:
“Space elevators have long been the realm of science fiction, but the Obayashi Corporation in Japan has now announced that they’re planning to have one up and running in the next 40 years. And, if they’re successful, it could revolutionise space travel – it’s estimated the elevator would be able to take people into space for one percent of the cost of a rocket.
“Although it might sound impossible, a 2012 international study already concluded that space elevators such as this one are scientifically feasible thanks to advances in super-strong carbon nanotubes. “The tensile strength is almost a hundred times stronger than steel cable so it’s possible,” Yoji Ishikawa, a research and development manager at Obayashi, told Matthew Carney from Australia’s ABC.” (Underlined emphases and links in the original; bold and italics emphasis added).
Now, you’ll recall that just last year the Japanese came out with another equally stunning “grand project” idea, namely, to line the equator with solar panels, and beam power back to the Earth in the form of microwaves. You’ll recall that at that time I pointed out that beaming that amount of power back to Earth would most likely “cook” the area around any collection antennae, making the area uninhabitable… to anything. In fact, I pointed out that similar ideas had been studied by the US Air Force in the 1960s. In short, the Japanese were planning, if one read between the lines a bit, to turn the Moon not into a power plant but into a “death star” of sorts. No sooner had I blogged about that story, than a few days later the Chinese called the bluff, and very blatantly proposed turning the Moon into a death star, using similar means. China had called Japan’s bluff.
Now, it’s in that context that I think one should view this current “grand announcement” from Japan. The article points out the current difficulty of carbon nanotubes, at least, as far as we’re being told publicly:
“But the big hurdle is trying to make carbon nanotubes long enough to reach into space, at the moment the Obayashi Corporation admits they can only create nanotubes that are 3 centimetres long. Researchers all over Japan are now working on dramatically extending this length – they even run competitions each year to collaborate on the problem, Carney reports for ABC.“. (Underlined emphasis and links in the original, bold and italics emphasis added)
Obviously, a mere 3 centimeters is a bit short of the 96,000 kilometers of the vision, but it’s a start.
But there would be other possible space uses of such materials, if they can get the bonding problem worked out, and are able to construct much larger objects from such nanotubes. Note that these nanotubes have 100 times the tensile strength of steel, in other words, nanotubes would be able to withstand the tremendous stresses and strains placed on such a “space elevator” that would simply snap steel like a twig….
or they would be the perfect material for a spaceship designed for long range exploration, their tremendous strength perhaps able to withstand impacts with micro-rocks that could rip through more conventional materials. Couple this technology with “self-repairing” nano-bots programmed to make small repairs automatically, and voila, one has a materials science that is approaching what would be required for long-range manned exploration of space. Add a 3-d printer for the more difficult parts replacements and… you get the idea. Now, once again, the real question is, just how far along in such technologies might “they” be in the black projects world? If you’re like me, you probably suspect they’re farther along than the public statements would allow, perhaps already able to construct much larger objects out of such carbon nanotubes, perhaps even to the point of Mark One versions of self-repairing materials.
There’s also an interesting pattern here, if one considers this story in the light of last years “Lunar Death Star/Microwave “Power Plant” stories, and that is, that it would seem to indicate that Japan is becoming the nation of choice for the western elites to make “announcements” of stories that could, if considered carefully, indicate technological capabilities beyond those in the public record.

The Rundown Live: Jay Dyer (Ancient Religion, Symbolism, Predictive Programming)

Jay always has some interesting and unique takes that reveal another layer of the world we live in....


Sep 29, 2014

Danger of False Reports: Anita Fuentes, Efrain Rodriguez, False Dreams & Visions

Will ET Be Here Soon? NASA Brings Scientists, Theologians Together To Prepare

Lee Speigel
Looking for extraterrestrial life is akin to a search for a cosmic needle-in-a-haystack, as evidenced by the above incredible Hubble Space Telescope image showing approximately 10,000 galaxies.
In large part, thanks to NASA's Kepler spacecraft, more than 1,400 planets have been identified beyond Earth.

A few days ago, NASA tried closing the gap between life on Earth and the possibilities of life elsewhere. The space agency and the Library of Congress (image below left) brought together scientists, historians, philosophers and theologians from around the world for a two-day symposium, "Preparing For Discovery." Their agenda: To explore how we prepare for the inevitable discovery of extraterrestrial life, be it simple microbial organisms or intelligent beings.

library of congress
"We're looking at all scenarios about finding life. If you find microbes, that's one thing. If you find intelligence, it's another. And if they communicate, it's something else, and depending on what they say, it's something else!" said astronomer, symposium organizer and former chief NASA historian, Steven J. Dick.

"The idea is not to wait until we make a discovery, but to try and prepare the public for what the implications might be when such a discovery is made," Dick told The Huffington Post. "I think the reason that NASA is backing this is because of all the recent activity in the discovery of exoplanets and the advances in astrobiology in general.

Read the rest of this article at - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/22/nasa-astrobiology-alien-search_n_5860714.html

Cholera Brushed Charles Finney

Cholera Brushed Charles Finney
Charles Finney is remembered as one of America's most successful revivalists. As many as 500,000 people were converted to Christ under his preaching. He was also one of America's most controversial revivalists. Although a mild Calvinist in Jonathan Edward's mold, he was accused of being an errant Arminian or even a thoroughly heretical Pelagian. His perfectionist theories were bitterly challenged as unsound. He probably did not believe in original sin. His doctrine of the atonement disagreed with what the church has believed through all history. But he did call men and women to repent of the sins they deliberately committed, the sins they could leave off, and many listened.

In its bare bones, Finney's theology said it is man's duty to get right with God through Christ NOW. We have no excuse not to. To talk of predestination is evasive. All could come to salvation NOW if they would. To ensure that pressure was put on people to do just that, Finney introduced modern revival methods. These included the anxious bench, calls for immediate Christian commitment, prolonged meetings, and the holding of multiple meetings in a week.

Finney was a social force. Women were allowed to pray aloud in his services and to actively engage in the ministry. This appalled many from the older religious traditions. Opposed to slavery, Finney opened Oberlin College, the first American College to graduate a black woman with a B. A. He was a social force because he believed that true salvation proves itself in immediate hard work for Christ. The man who doesn't work to improve his society, as a result of being a Christian, is probably not a Christian.

In 1832, weary of the unsettled life of a revivalist, he accepted the pulpit of the Chatham Street Church in New York. For the first time in his married life, he bought a home of his own. Chatham was a free church, one of the churches which refused to charge pew rents, which typically excluded the poor or relegated them to bad seats.

Finney was to be installed as Chatham's pastor on this day, September 28, 1832. During the service he took ill. It was the cholera season in New York. It soon became apparent he had the disease (it causes severe diarrhea and rapid dehydration). A neighbor, seized with the disease the same night, died by morning. For days Finney's life was in desperate danger. It was months before he regained enough strength to return to the pulpit on a regular basis.

Finney's messages and benevolence attracted many people to his church. The poor were attracted by its rent-free pews. Finney immediately put his converts to work solving social ills. Many benevolent organizations operated out of the Chatham Street Church. Eventually a larger tabernacle had to be built. Finney pastored it until 1837. He died in 1875, 43 years after his nearly deadly bout with cholera.

  1. Charles G. Finney. Christian History. # 20.
  2. Finney, Charles Grandison. The Original Memoirs of Charles G. Finney. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 2002.
  3. Hardman, Keith J. Charles Grandison Finney. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 1987.
  4. Hills, A. M. Life of Charles G. Finney. Cincinnati, Ohio : Office of God's Revivalist, 1902.
  5. Various encyclopedia articles.
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Southern Turkey Tsunami-Type Storm Surge [Black Sea]

A powerful storm in the Black Sea this week swamped a town off the coast of Turkey.

How The Fake News Deceives The Planet

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William Conquered England and Its Church

William Conquered England and Its Church
When William the Conqueror landed in England on this day, September 28, 1066, his invasion had the approval of Pope Alexander II who gave him a banner to crusade under. Its repercussions on the church in England were enormous, going far beyond the stone architecture of the great Norman cathedrals that we still admire.

William claimed authority over the church in the entire region that he ruled. He ousted almost all of the English-born bishops and abbots, replacing them with Normans. He installed tough-minded Lanfranc as Archbishop of Canterbury; and Lanfranc's rules became the law of the English church.
William worked closely with Lanfranc, who organized the church and, using English precedents (some of them forged), brought the Archbishop of York under the authority of Canterbury. William preferred to deal with one church hierarchy, not two.

Bishops became part of the feudal military structure. Each one was required to send a certain number of knights to William's armies. The justice dispensed by many small church courts was shifted to a few bishops and administered by archdeacons that the bishops had to appoint. The conquering king retained the right to overrule the decisions of church courts and to hear all cases in which a layman was in conflict with the church.

William personally attended the local church councils which now became more frequent. He acted as master of all they did.

Under the Norman reforms, bishops' seats were moved to cities. For example, Dorchester was moved to Lincoln. Priests were required to be celibate. Until then, their marriage had been tolerated. Now marriage was "grand-fathered" out, with parish priests allowed to keep their wives, but not the higher clergy; and no new priest could be ordained without swearing to be celibate. William laid down three rules: no pope would be recognized in his kingdom and no letter from a pope received unless first approved by him. No church council might enact a ruling without his sanction, and the church better not reprimand any of his noblemen without his consent.

Late in William's reign, Pope Gregory VII demanded that William swear fealty to him (that is, accept the pope as his feudal lord). Apparently Gregory believed that since William had sought a pope's permission to invade England, he owed his kingdom to the pope. William indignantly rejected the idea. The pope and the king also clashed because the king appointed bishops whom he expected to be loyal to him, whereas the pope considered that bishops owed their first loyalty to Rome.

These differences never came to a head and William was always a strong supporter of the church in his dominions. His policy fought pluralism (churchmen holding more than one position) and simony (buying church positions). Whether he did more harm than good to the church in England is debated to this day. But no one doubts that he drastically changed it.
  1. Douglas, David C. William the Conqueror; the Norman impact upon England. Berkeley: University of California, 1964.
  2. Thurston, Herbert. "William the Conqueror." The Catholic Encyclopedia, edited by F. L. Cross and E. A. Livingstone. New York: Robert Appleton, 1914.
  3. "William the Conqueror." The Dictionary of National Biography, founded in 1882 by George Smith; edited by Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee. London: Oxford University Press, 1921 - 1996.
  4. Various internet articles.
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California! odd Windwall, a Mammoth Mt. Jetstream Circle & repeating Hurricanes by Baja

@NewThor on Twitter - I've been watching a wall of wind for weeks. It's literally been blocking all rain, moisture, precipitation & cool air from the more populated parts of California for weeks. The Jetstream dipped down right over California, which looked good at first, but then it made almost a complete circle around Mammoth Mount. That's the old Volcano caldera at Mammoth lakes. It hasn't gone off in 50,000 years. And we keep getting tropical depressions that turn into hurricanes in the same spot off of the Baja Mexico coat. I've never seen so many hurricanes grow in the pacific and surely not in the same place.

Strange Days, indeed.
God Bless Everyone,

"Good King" Wenceslas Had a Greedy Brother

"Good King" Wenceslas Had a Greedy Brother
The choir sang with gusto because the carol had a cheerful tune and was well loved.
"Good King Wenceslas looked out
On the feast of Stephen,
When the snow lay round about,
Deep and crisp and even."
Few had heard the true story behind the song, however. Few knew that there really was a 10th century Wenceslas, a Christian who ruled for about seven years in Bohemia (which is now part of the Czech Republic). Wenceslas was brought up by his Christian grandmother, Ludmila. She taught him that faith has to be put into action or it is a sham. Because of her teaching and example, Wenceslas learned true concern for the poor and suffering. That is the spirit John Mason Neale captured when he wrote his carol. The prince goes out on a cold night to feed a poor man who is gathering winter fuel. When a page complains of the cold and difficulty, Wenceslas urges him to follow in his tracks--a mirror of the way we follow in Christ's footsteps.
"Mark my footsteps, my good page,
Tread thou in them boldly:
Thou shalt find the winter's rage
Freeze thy blood less coldly."
Wenceslas was just thirteen when his father died in 921. Ludmila acted as regent for the young man, but Wenceslas' mother, Drahomira, wanted the throne herself. She killed Ludmila and controlled the country.

Wenceslas did not wait to come of age, but seized the throne from his wicked mother. He banished her to a neighboring country. During his short reign, Wenceslas encouraged German missionaries to preach in Bohemia. He urged his people to convert to Christianity, even (we regret to say) punishing those who held out. At the same time, he reformed his country's judicial system and courted peace with neighboring nations, especially Germany. He was known for his charity to the poor.

Wenceslas had a younger brother, Boleslaw, who was made in the same mold as Drahomira. Some Bohemian nobles resented the fact that Wenceslas submitted to neighboring Germany. They urged Boleslaw to take action. Boleslaw plotted. When Wenceslas came to mass on this day, September 28, 929, his brother followed him to the church door. Recognizing that trouble was afoot, Wenceslaus said, "Brother, you were a good subject to me yesterday."

"And now I intend to be a better one!" shouted Boleslaw and struck his brother in the head with his sword.

Wenceslas had strength enough to fling his brother to the ground, whereupon one of Boleslaw's men stabbed Wenceslaus in the hand. Wenceslaus sought refuge in the church but two other assassins struck him down at the door. Bohemians look at Wenceslas as a martyr and their foremost saint. His picture long appeared on their coins and his crown was a symbol of Czech independence. Although Pope Benedict XIV did not want the Bohemian ruler included in the Roman Missal, he was. And an English hymn writer made an immortal carol about him.

  1. "Good King Wenceslas." Deep Cove Crier. http://www3.telus.net/st_simons/cr9212.htm
  2. Mershman, Francis. "St. Wenceslaus." The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton, 1914.
  3. "Neale, John Mason." Dictionary of National Biography. Edited by Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee. London: Oxford University Press, 1921-1996.
  4. Various internet articles such as http://www.royalty.nu/Europe/Wenceslas.html
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