Oct 12, 2013

October "Appointed Times"

Fascinating look at the Holy Feast Days of Leviticus 23 and where they fall this year.  The creator here has her own interpretation of last days timing, which I don't agree with, but I think you can see what she's doing with taking legitimate Biblical signs and applying them to prophetic passages.  The downside is, when you put specific dates on something like this, you are most likely wrong and end up discrediting yourself.  The author here leaves a little wriggle-room, but I do think these are the types of things Christians should be aware of and certainly in prayer about.

King Abijah - Chuck Missler

Fire in the Sky News / NM Fireball Turns Night into DAY!

From last night

Fire in the Sky News / 'Purple Fireball' / 3 Comets Incoming!  


Study traces Ashkenazi roots to European women who probably converted to Judaism

I've said here in previous articles that only one group fits the bill for the "Synagogue of Satan" that Jesus describes in letters to two of the seven churches in Revelation 2 and 3.  These are the Ashkenazi Jews, formerly known as Khazar Jews, from Khazaria, an Eastern European nation that converted the entire population to Judaism in a single day around the 8th century, thereby defining themselves by Jesus terms when He said "those that call themselves Jews, but are not".  (Rev. 2:9, 3:9) The case against the Khazars/Ashkenazi was also recently made here.

The genetic analysis traced the lineage of many Ashkenazi Jews to four maternal founders in Europe.

By Ofer Aderet and News Agencies 
 The genetic analysis traced the lineage of many Ashkenazi Jews to four maternal founders in Europe.

Most Ashkenazi Jews are descendants of European women who converted to Judaism, possibly around the time of the early Roman empire, concludes a new genetic study that casts doubt on many prevailing theories about the origins of Ashkenazim.

The study, published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications, analyzed samples of mitochondrial DNA, which is passed down only from the mother, taken from more than 3,500 people throughout the Near East, the Caucasus and Europe, including Ashkenazi Jews. The researchers found that more than 80 percent of the maternal lineages of Ashkenazi Jews could be traced to indigenous Europeans, with four maternal "founders" responsible for 40 percent. Although Jewish men may have migrated into Europe from Israel around 2,000 years ago, they brought few or no wives with them, according to the researchers, who suggest that the men married and converted European women, first along the Mediterranean and later in western and central Europe.

The study was conducted by Martin Richards of the University of Huddersfield in England, who led a team of researchers from Russia, the Czech Republic, Portugal and the United States. They examined mitochondrial DNA, which is contained in the cytoplasm of the egg. "Like Judaism, mitochondrial DNA is passed along the maternal line," notes the report.

The finding flies in the face of previous research and the commonly accepted wisdom that European Ashkenazim are descended from ancestral mothers of Jews who left Israel and the Middle East some 2,000 years ago, or in later migrations. The study suggests instead that large numbers of European women converted to Judaism and points to the European women and the Jewish community of the early Roman Empire as the possible source of the Ashkenazi ancestors.

"These analyses suggest that the first major wave of assimilation probably took place in Mediterranean Europe, most likely in the Italian peninsula, with substantial further assimilation of minor founders in west/central Europe," the study concluded.

The discovery also tends to debunk the theory that Ashkenazi Jews descend from the North Caucasus during the time of the Khazar empire, whose rulers turned to Judaism around the 10th century CE. The study found no maternal lineages that could be traced to the North Caucasus.

"These results point to a significant role for the conversion of women in the formation of Ashkenazi communities, and provide the foundation for a detailed reconstruction of Ashkenazi genealogical history," states the report.

"Here we show that all four major founders, about 40 percent of Ashkenazi mitochondrial DNA variation, have ancestry in prehistoric Europe, rather than the Near East or Caucasus," said Richards. "Furthermore, most of the remaining minor founders share a similar deep European ancestry. Thus the great majority of Ashkenazi maternal lineages were not brought from the Levant, as commonly supposed, nor recruited in the Caucasus, as sometimes suggested, but assimilated within Europe."

Many other geneticists have criticized the research questioned the findings. The study is just the latest in a long list of similar research, often with contradictory results, on the question of the origin of Jews in general and Ashkenazi Jews in particular - and whether today's Jews are genetically related.

Such studies have sparked much controversy in recent years since they have political, religious and ideological implications for the Jewish people and their history.    

Senator Paul Talks About the War on Christianity That The U.S. Funds

The silent crime is growing daily, as the United States of America continue to send millions and more to the most radical muslims, many of them Al-Qaeda and other fully known terrorist groups. These groups have no remorse in burning churches, raping and murdering Christians, forcing some into marriages or slave labor, the United States is paying for this and more. What will we do to
"Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body. "  (Hebrews 13:3)

Peter Levenda - Secret Space Program & Breakaway Civilization

The time has come in history when those who have been manipulating world events in the shadows will begin to come out openly.  That group that has such power is the "breakaway civilization", a term coined by Richard Dolan.  Peter Levenda reveals how the occult and politics have become intertwined to develop this breakaway civilization and secret space program.  Amazing connections between famous historical figures, including the UFO/JFK assassination connection.  There's about 3 books worth of amazing info in this presentation.  Eye-opening stuff!

Oct 10, 2013

Fire in the Sky News / Great Peekskill Fireball / 'Fresh' Look at ISON!

The Sabbath Saves Us from Ourselves -- Pastor Mark Driscoll

The Shekinah - Chuck Missler

"Thanksgivukkah" This Won't Happen Again For 79,043 Years

As only Paul Begley could present such information...welcome to the last Thanksgivukkah.

Did a Comet Cause the Great Chicago Fire of 1871?

This has always been one of those amazing stories from history, as "Mrs. O'Leary's cow" did not start a fire that destroyed Chicago. A firestorm from the sky caused the fire in Chicago, Wisconsin and other parts of the Mid-West. So was it a comet? You decide. This is an excerpt of the article. You can read the entirety here.

Let's back up just a minute here, to 1826. In 1826, comet 3D/Biela was discovered by Wilhelm von Biela. It has become known as Comet Biela or Biela's Comet. This comet had been first seen in 1772 by Charles Messier and again in 1805 by Jean-Louis Pons. It was von Biela who discovered it in its 1826 perihelion approach (on February 27) and calculated its orbit, discovering it to be periodic with a period of 6.6 years which is why it was named after him and not Messier or Pons. It was only the third comet (at the time) found to be periodic, after the famous comets Halley and Encke. French astronomer M. Damoiseau subsequently calculated its path, and announced that on its next return the comet would cross the orbit of the earth, within twenty thousand miles of its track, and about one month before the earth would arrive at the same spot!

When the comet came in 1832, the earth did, indeed, miss it by one month. It returned again in 1839 and 1846. In its 1846 appearance, the comet was observed to have broken up into two pieces. It was observed again in 1852 with the two parts being 1.5 million miles apart. Each part had a head and tail of its own.


The comet did not come in 1852, 1859, or 1866. The Edinburgh Review notes about this strange state of affairs:
The puzzled astronomers were left in a state of tantalizing uncertainty as to what had become of it. At the beginning of the year 1866 this feeling of bewilderment gained expression in the Annual Report of the Council of the Royal Astronomical Society. The matter continued, nevertheless, in the same state of provoking uncertainty for another six years. The third period of the perihelion passage had then passed, and nothing had been seen of the missing luminary. But on the night of November 27, 1872, night-watchers were startled by a sudden and a very magnificent display of falling stars or meteors, of which there had been no previous forecast... [source]
The meteors were radiating from the part of the sky where the comet had been expected to cross in September. In other words, the trajectory was the same, and the earth intersected it, but the velocity was somewhat altered. The American Journal of Science said they fell like snowflakes. Professor Olmstead, a mathematician at Yale University estimated 34,640 shooting stars per hour. The New York Journal of Commerce wrote that no philosopher or scholar has ever recorded an event like this. These meteors became known as the Andromedids or "Bielids" and it seems apparent that they indicated the death of the comet. The meteors were seen again on subsequent occasions for the rest of the 19th century, but have now faded away.

Is that all there is to that?

Maybe not.

As it happens, on Sunday, the 8th of October, in the year 1871, at half past nine o'clock in the evening, events occurred which caused the death of hundreds of human beings, and the destruction of vast amounts of property, across three different States of the American Union, sending millions of people into fits of the wildest alarm and terror. The following passages are extracted from the History of the Great Conflagration, Sheahan & Upton, Chicago 1871. [source]
The summer of 1871 had been excessively dry; the moisture seemed to be evaporated out of the air; and on the Sunday above named the atmospheric conditions all through the Northwest were of the most peculiar character. The writer was living at the time in Minnesota, hundreds of miles from the scene of the disasters, and he can never forget the condition of things. There was a parched, combustible, inflammable, furnace-like feeling in the air, that was really alarming. It felt as if there were needed but a match, a spark, to cause a world-wide explosion. It was weird and unnatural. I have never seen nor felt anything like it before or since. Those who experienced it will bear me out in these statements.

At that hour, half past nine o'clock in the evening, at apparently the same moment, at points hundreds of miles apart, in three different States, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Illinois, fires of the most peculiar and devastating kind broke out, so far as we know, by spontaneous combustion.

In Wisconsin, on its eastern borders, in a heavily timbered country, near Lake Michigan, a region embracing four hundred square miles, extending north from Brown County, and containing Peshtigo, Manistee, Holland, and numerous villages on the shores of Green Bay, was swept bare by an absolute whirlwind of flame. There were seven hundred and fifty people killed outright, besides great numbers of the wounded, maimed, and burned, who died afterward. More than three million dollars' worth of property was destroyed. (pp 393, 394, etc.)


"At sundown there was a lull in the wind and comparative stillness. For two hours there were no signs of danger; but at a few minutes after nine o'clock, and by a singular coincidence, precisely the time at which the Chicago fire commenced, the people of the village heard a terrible roar. It was that of a tornado, crushing through the forests. Instantly the heavens were illuminated with a terrible glare. The sky, which had been so dark a moment before, burst into clouds of flame.

A spectator of the terrible scene says the fire did not come upon them gradually from burning trees and other objects to the windward, but the first notice they had of it was a whirlwind of flame in great clouds from above the tops of the trees, which fell upon and entirely enveloped everything. The poor people inhaled it, or the intensely hot air, and fell down dead. This is verified by the appearance of many of the corpses. They were found dead in the roads and open spaces, where there were no visible marks of fire near by, with not a trace of burning upon their bodies or clothing. At the Sugar Bush, which is an extended clearing, in some places four miles in width, corpses were found in the open road, between fences only slightly burned. No mark of fire was upon them; they lay there as if asleep. This phenomenon seems to explain the fact that so many were killed in compact masses. They seemed to have huddled together, in what were evidently regarded at the moment the safest places, far away from buildings, trees, or other inflammable material, and there to have died together. (p. 372)

Another spectator says:

"Much has been said of the intense heat of the fires which destroyed Peshtigo, Menekaune, Williamsonville, etc., but all that has been said can give the stranger but a faint conception of the reality. The heat has been compared to that engendered by a flame concentrated on an object by a blow-pipe; but even that would not account for some of the phenomena. For instance, we have in our possession a copper cent taken from the pocket of a dead man in the Peshtigo Sugar Bush, which will illustrate our point. This cent has been partially fused, but still retains its round form, and the inscription upon it is legible. Others, in the same pocket, were partially melted, and yet the clothing and the body of the man were not even singed. We do not know in what way to account for this, unless, as is asserted by some, the tornado and fire were accompanied by electrical phenomena" (373).

"It is the universal testimony that the prevailing idea among the people was, that the last day had come. Accustomed as they were to fire, nothing like this had ever been known. They could give no other interpretation to this ominous roar, this bursting of the sky with flame, and this dropping down of fire out of the very heavens, consuming instantly everything it touched.

© Inconnu
"No two give a like description of the great tornado as it smote and devoured the village. It seemed as if 'the fiery fiends of hell had been loosened,' says one. 'It came in great sheeted flames from heaven,' says another. 'There was a pitiless rain of fire and *sand*.' 'The atmosphere was all afire.' Some speak of 'great balls of fire unrolling and shooting forth in streams.' The fire leaped over roofs and trees, and ignited whole streets at once. No one could stand before the blast. It was a race with death, above, behind, and before them" (Ibid 374).

A civil engineer, doing business in Peshtigo, says:

"The heat increased so rapidly, as things got well afire, that, when about four hundred feet from the bridge and the nearest building, I was obliged to lie down behind a log that was aground in about two feet of water, and by going under water now and then, and holding my head close to the water behind the log, I managed to breathe. There were a dozen others behind the same log. If I had succeeded in crossing the river and gone among the buildings on the other side, probably I should have been lost, as many were."

In Michigan, one Allison Weaver, near Port Huron, determined to remain, to protect, if possible, some mill-property of which he had charge. He knew the fire was coming, and dug himself a shallow well or pit, made a thick plank cover to place over it, and thus prepared to bide the conflagration. I quote:

"He filled it nearly full of water, and took care to saturate the ground around it for a distance of several rods. Going to the mill, he dragged out a four-inch plank, sawed it in two, and saw that the parts tightly covered the mouth of the little well. 'I calculated it would be touch and go,' said he, 'but it was the best I could do.' At midnight he had everything arranged, and the roaring then was awful to hear. The clearing was ten to twelve acres in extent, and Weaver says that, for two hours before the fire reached him, there was a constant flight across the ground of small animals. As he rested a moment from giving the house another wetting down, a horse dashed into the opening at full speed and made for the house. Weaver could see him tremble and shake with excitement and terror, and felt a pity for him. After a moment, the animal gave utterance to a snort of dismay, ran two or three times around the house, and then shot off into the woods like a rocket."

"Not long after this the fire came. Weaver stood by his well, ready for the emergency, yet curious to see the breaking-in of the flames. The roaring increased in volume, the air became oppressive, a cloud of dust and cinders came showering down, and he could see the flame through the trees. It did not run along the ground, or leap from tree to tree, but it came on like a tornado, a sheet of flame reaching from the earth to the tops of the trees. As it struck the clearing he jumped into his well, and closed over the planks. He could no longer see, but he could hear. He says that the flames made no halt whatever, or ceased their roaring for an instant, but he hardly got the opening closed before the house and mill were burning tinder, and both were down in five minutes. The smoke came down upon him powerfully, and his den was so hot he could hardly breathe.

"He knew that the planks above him were on fire, but, remembering their thickness, he waited till the roaring of the flames had died away, and then with his head and hands turned them over and put our the fire by dashing up water with his hands. Although it was a cold night, and the water had at first chilled him, the heat gradually warmed him up until he felt quite comfortable. He remained in his den until daylight, frequently turning over the planks and putting out the fire, and then the worst had passed. The earth around was on fire in spots, house and mill were gone, leaves, brush, and logs were swept clean away as if shaved off and swept with a broom, and nothing but soot and ashes were to be seen" (390).

In Wisconsin, at Williamson's Mills, there was a large but shallow well on the premises belonging to a Mr. Boorman. The people, when cut off by the flames and wild with terror, and thinking they would find safety in the water, leaped into this well.

"The relentless fury of the flames drove them pell-mell into the pit, to struggle with each other and die - some by drowning, and others by fire and suffocation. None escaped. Thirty-two bodies were found there. They were in every imaginable position; but the contortions of their limbs and the agonizing expressions of their faces told the awful tale". (386)

James B. Clark, of Detroit, who was at Uniontown, Wisconsin, writes:

"The fire suddenly made a rush, like the flash of a train of gunpowder, and swept in the shape of a crescent around the settlement. It is almost impossible to conceive the frightful rapidity of the advance of the flames. The rushing fire seemed to eat up and annihilate the trees."

They saw a black mass coming toward them from the wall of flame:
"It was a stampede of cattle and horses thundering toward us, bellowing, moaning, and neighing as they galloped on; rushing with fearful speed, their eyeballs dilated and glaring with terror, and every motion betokening delirium of fright. Some had been badly burned, and must have plunged through a long space of flame in the desperate effort to escape.

Following considerably behind came a solitary horse, panting and snorting and nearly exhausted. He was saddled and bridled, and, as we first thought, had a bag lashed to his back. As he came up we were startled at the sight of a young lad lying fallen over the animal's neck, the bridle wound around his hands, and the mane being clinched by the fingers. Little effort was needed to stop the jaded horse, and at once release the helpless boy. He was taken into the house, and all that we could do was done; but he had inhaled the smoke, and was seemingly dying. Some time elapsed and he revived enough to speak. He told his name - Patrick Byrnes - and said: 'Father and mother and the children got into the wagon. I don't know what became of them. Everything is burned up. I am dying. Oh! Is hell any worse than this?'" (383)

When we leave Wisconsin and pass about two hundred and fifty miles eastward, over Lake Michigan and across the whole width of the State of Michigan, we find much the same condition of things, but not so terrible in the loss of life. Fully fifteen thousand people were rendered homeless by the fires; and their food, clothing, crops, horses, and cattle were destroyed. Of these five to six thousand were burned out the same night that the fires broke out in Chicago and Wisconsin. The total destruction of property exceeded one million dollars; not only villages and cities, but whole townships, were swept bare.

But it is to Chicago we must turn for the most extraordinary results of this atmospheric disturbance. It is needless to tell the story in detail. The world knows it by heart. I have only space to refer to one or two points...

© Inconnu
The fire was spontaneous. The story of Mrs. O'Leary's cow having started the conflagration by kicking over a lantern was proved to be false. It was the access of gas from the tail of Biela's comet that burned up Chicago!

The fire-marshal testified:
"I felt it in my bones that we were going to have a burn." He says, speaking of O'Leary's barn:

"We got the fire under control, and it would not have gone farther; but the next thing I knew they came and told me that St. Paul's church, about two squares north, was on fire". (163)

They checked the church-fire, but - "The next thing I knew the fire was in Bateham's planing-mill."

A writer in the New York Evening Post says he saw in Chicago "buildings far beyond the line of fire, and in no contact with it, burst into flames from the interior."

It must not be forgotten that the fall of 1871 was marked by extraordinary conflagrations in regions widely separated. On the 8th of October, the same day the Wisconsin, Michigan, and Chicago fires broke out, the States of Iowa, Minnesota, Indiana, and Illinois were severely devastated by prairie-fires; while terrible fires raged on the Alleghenies, the Sierras of the Pacific coast, and the Rocky Mountains, and in the region of the Red River of the North.

The Annual Record of Science and Industry for 1876, page 84, says:

"For weeks before and after the great fire in Chicago in 1872, great areas of forest and prairie-land, both in the United States and the British Provinces, were on fire."

© Inconnu
The flames that consumed a great part of Chicago were of an unusual character and produced extraordinary effects. They absolutely melted the hardest building-stone, which had previously been considered fire-proof. Iron, glass, granite, were fused and run together into grotesque conglomerates, as if they had been put through a blast-furnace. No kind of material could stand its breath for a moment.

Oct 7, 2013

Fire in the Sky News / "Brightest Fireball I've Ever Seen"

They just keep coming and coming....


The Appointed Times - Chuck Missler

Important stuff here to understand why the holy days and feasts are so important in what the Lord is doing historically.  It shows why the upcoming "blood moons" that fall on Holy Feast days in 2014 and 2015 are so important as being clearly signs appointed by God.  The only question is what do these signs mean?

Latest 50 Meteor Report "Look Out America" Comet ISON

Interesting if the info is accurate and is closely monitoring most countries.  It would seem to be a very strange anomaly...

Oct 6, 2013

The Kerry Prediction - Peace in Jerusalem by May 2014?

This is from the goldenreport, which you can read in it's entirety here.  This is taking into account Secretary of State John Kerry's unusual August pronouncement of resolution in Jerusalem within 9 months.  Since 9 months represents gestation and birth, we might be in for some birth pangs (Matthew 24:4-9).  This also takes into account the coming blood moons.

I would also remind the reader here that the one who first brings peace to Jerusalem will be the Antichrist, preceding the return of Jesus Christ who will bring true lasting peace.  Interesting prophetic stuff.

 Something REALLY Big is about to happen!
When I heard US Secretary of State Kerry say that the two state “solution” will be decided in 9 months, something clicked in my spirit. This caused me to question why he would choose 9 months? As I was in Turkey last week the thought kept coming to me; why 9 months? Why not 6 months -or a year?

I recently found a message by John Hagee having to do with the coming four blood moons. To hear his message https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7hcTwhrKIs. Then the constant thoughts of the 9 month period began to make some sense. But first, let me give you a quick overview of the four blood moons. In my lifetime it has only occurred twice on Passover. The first time was in May of 1948 and we know what happened in Israel on May 14th 1948. For the first time in over 2,000 years God re-gathered His Jewish people back to the Land He promised them in an everlasting covenant and the Nation of Israel was born. Heralding the Second Advent of our Messiah Yeshua – and starting God’s timetable once again in Israel – the end-times countdown began. If you want to know the significance of the time in which you now live, keep your eyes on Israel. God loves Israel. Yet her enemies have yet to learn this eternal truth.

First Advent

Yeshua died on the Feast of Pessah, (Passover) was buried on the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and rose on the Feast of First Fruits . Fifty days later the Holy Spirit was sent on the next feast in succession – Shavuot (Pentecost). This was what is referred to as the “first advent”. The first three feasts follow each other, in the first three days, (Pessah, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits) and we celebrate them all within an 8 day period. On the 50th day, from the second day of Passover “Pessah”. The second day of the Feast of Pessah was the Feast of First Fruits, on the Jewish calendar called “Omer” we have Pentecost “Shavu’ot” leaving only the final 3 Feast to be fulfilled. “Rosh Ha Shannah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot”.

Second Advent

The Second Advent period commenced in 1967 when a Rabbi was airlifted to the top of Mt. Sinai to blow the Shofar announcing the beginning of the times of the second advent which are the last three Feasts in God’s perfect timetable; Rosh Ha Shannah (new year), for more on this Feast CLICK here.
Then Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement). That happened in 1973 in the Yom Kippur War. Leaving only one Feast to take place; Sukkot (Booths) For more on this Feast CLICK. here .

Returning to the “9 months”. The next time that there will be 4 blood red moons at the same time as the Passover Feast will be in 9 months’ time after Kerry declared 9 months.

This is where the real revelation hit me; in I-Thes. 5:3 as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.

Think about that for a moment. “As travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape”. Kerry is saying there will be Peace and Security in the Holy Land in 9 months. “I-Thes. 5:3 For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them” What is it we are finding here? That “as travail comes upon a woman with child; They shall not escape”. A women goes into labor pains after 9 months. Could it be that Passover of 2014 (in 9 months) we will see peace and security between the “Palestinians” and Jews in Israel? That there will be first the labor pains as a women experiences at childbirth and after that – sudden destruction?

Possibly, you like me, find it very interesting that we will have the four blood red moons for the third time in any of our lifetimes? And on the previous last two, great and terrible things happened in Israel. 1948 war, then a nation, the 1967 war, and then we took back the Old City. So what is going to happen in April 2014, if God’s ways stays the same?  My Bible tells me He never changes – therefore we are in for some major prophetic event -or events. First there the pains of judgment and then the blessing. First the cleansing and then the blessing. Can you see what I am saying?

If you are not right with God now, it is always the best time to get that done in Yeshua’s Name.
As for this ministry the time is quickly running out to be as prepared as possible to rescue Jews who have no other means of escaping and coming home to Israel but by sea. The larger boat is needed. Finances are needed to operate these boats and service the connections along with hundreds of other logistics that are costly. Yet maybe we should ask ourselves just how much is a Jewish life worth to God?

I know many reading this have been praying about when and how much to send to this ministry. Well it’s time to listen closely to God on that question.

Anything you love more than God is an Idol.

When in prayer today, don’t ask what you can get out of God because He wants to know what He can get out of you.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem, for our son Joel and all the IDF soldiers. Pray for this ministry and your part in it.

Shalom, Jerry Golden

Fire in the Sky News / Bizarre sighting Ohio / Daytime Iphoto of Comet ISON

In addition to the continuing flow of fireballs (I saw something tonight, but I suspect it was another launch of the XR-37B unmanned mini-shuttle) we have the first morning photo that I have seen of Comet ISON, taken with an Iphone by a man on his way to work.  If it can be seen after the Sun is up, any of us should be able to see it in the north eastern skies in the early dawn hours.

ISON UPDATE, Latest Images. Red Aurora/Both Poles

Hey look, more Comet ISON updates.  I sure hope this lives up to the hype.  Although, great comets being harbingers of doom, maybe this one can go ahead and blow apart as it approaches the Sun...