Jan 10, 2015

NASA Test of Mythical "Microwave Drive" Propulsion System is Successful

I put "mythical" in the title, as modern physics, in their infinite arrogance, refuses to acknowledge such a device, despite the apparently embarrassing fact that it works....

The EMDrive

in this particular version from The Houston Space News Examiner, in an article by Mr. Mark Whittington, there’s a significant statement that provides more of a glimpse of what’s going on inside of NASA, and in the context of our recent blogs about Dr. Harold “Sonny” White’s warp drive experiments, perhaps it is a very significant statement. Here’s the article:

NASA successfully tests engine that uses no fuel, violates the laws of physics

Here’s the basics:
“Very quietly, NASA has tested a space drive that does not use propellant and according to the laws of physics should not work, according to a Thursday story in Wired.UK. The problem is that the drive, called the “Cannae Drive” by its inventor Guiddo Fetta, did work in the NASA directed test. If the efficacy of the drive is confirmed, the implications for space travel are profound. It seems that another technology from Star Trek may be about to become reality,.
“The Cannae Drive is apparently based on the work of a British scientist named Roger Shawyer called the EMDrive. It is said to work by bouncing microwaves in an enclosed chamber and thus creating thrust. Despite having built a number of demonstration models, Shawyer has not been able to get anyone interested in his device. Critics reject his relativity explanation for how it works and point out that it violates the conservation of motion.
“However it appears that the Chinese quietly tested their own version of the EMDrive up to about 72 grams of thrust, enough to be a satellite thruster. The test was not widely reported in the West, possibly because few if any people believed it was possible. That seems to have changed thanks of the test of the Cannae Drive.” (Bold and italicized emphasis added)
Now before proceeding, allow me a little high octane speculation on just the boldface and italicized statement, for this is a rather stunning admission in and of itself, because it suggests that the thrust is produced in a kind of “optical” cavity that is completely enclosed, or perhaps like the masing cavity of a maser, “opaque” at one end and semi-permeable at another. Or perhaps completely enclosed – i.e.,, opaque – all the way around. In either case, this suggests that the shape of the cavity is crucial, and if so, its resonance to the microwave frequency or frequencies being used. The idea even recalls, in very loose fashion, the observations of Thomas Townsend Brown, who observed a thrusting motion during his early experiments with Roentgen tubes, though, to be fair, it should be noted that Brown attributed this to the electrical dipole and not to any effect of the X rays being produced.
But now the article goes on to ask the very obvious question, and the answer that NASA gives is somewhat stunning:
“What are the physics behind these devices? NASA’s explanation follows:
“‘Test results indicate that the RF resonant cavity thruster design, which is unique as an electric propulsion device, is producing a force that is not attributable to any classical electromagnetic phenomenon and therefore is potentially demonstrating an interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual plasma.’
“In other words, no one knows for sure.”(Emphases added)
But here we must beg to differ a bit with Mr. Whittington’s comment “In other words, no one knows for sure,” for NASA is proposing an explanation, namely an interaction or coupling between three things: (1) the microwaves being bounced around by (2) the cavity itself (constructed in resonance per our speculations above), and (3) the “quantum vacuum virtual plasma,” or, to put it more familiarly, the zero point energy. Now if you’ve really been following these types of stories, those three things are tantamount to saying “lattice structure in a plasma” and its coupling to the ZPE, which should bring all sorts of stuff to mind, like LANRS (lattice assisted nuclear reactions, or cold fusion), or similar statements by a certain Dr. Ronald Richter to the US Air Force long ago in Argentina (1954 to be exact). Even more to the point, the idea of this type of microwave thruster might even be connected to 1950s experiments with the microwave soliton effect as a propulsion mechanism (detailed in Dr. Paul LaViolette’s excellent book, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion, available in my webstore). LaViolette’s books is a reminder of the context in which such publicly released statements and experiments should be viewed, namely, a context were substantive work was done decades ago in classified projects.

Read the rest of this article at - http://gizadeathstar.com/2015/01/nasa-test-microwave-drive-propulsion-system-successful/

Hasty Call to Assemble at Upsalla

Hasty Call to Assemble at Upsalla
Would you die for your faith? In sixteenth century Europe, many ordinary people did.

In 16th century England, "Bloody Mary," as she was called, openly executed hundreds of Protestants and more died in her prisons. In 16th century France, Catholics massacred thousands of Huguenot families in a surprise attack that took place on St. Bartholomew's Day. Catholic Spain perpetrated atrocities on the Protestant Netherlands because the little states disagreed with her on matters of faith. Protestants retaliated with atrocities such as the Gorcum martyrdoms. Across Europe, blood flowed in clashes between Catholics and Protestants. In 1593, the Swedes had reason to suspect that their turn was coming.

Lutheranism had gained a strong hold over the minds of the Scandinavian people. What if a Roman Catholic ruler were to take Sweden's throne? Would he butcher Protestants? It looked all too likely. Sigismund III of Poland was in line to become Sweden's next monarch. He was an ardent Catholic who had already kicked the Protestant Reformation out of Poland. What is more, he was on his way to Stockholm with 20,000 crowns in his pocket, a gift from the pope to restore Catholicism to Sweden.

Serious trouble can sometimes be averted by timely action. In Sweden, a small group of men discussed the danger. They thought they saw a way to prevent disaster. These men were Lutheran leaders and Charles, Duke of Sudermania (Finland), who was a Protestant and the uncle of Sigismund III. The men went into action.

On this day, January 9th, 1593, messengers raced into the Swedish countryside with an urgent summons for all the clergy to assemble at Uppsala within a month. Uppsala, a few miles north of Stockholm, had once been a Viking burial ground, but now was home to Sweden's archbishops, who, since 1531, had been Lutheran.

Despite the frigid Scandinavian winter, scores of churchmen heeded the call. Three hundred and six clergymen assembled for the meeting (called a diet) which opened on March 1st. Members of the Council of State were also in attendance. On March 10th, the assembly decreed that all future monarchs of Sweden must be Lutheran. It declared the Lutheran Augsburg Confession the only legal, binding confession for the Swedish church, its subjects, and its rulers. Before Sigismund could land in Stockholm, the Swedes chose Charles as Regent of Sweden and head of the Council of State.
Sigismund wanted to hold onto both Poland and Sweden but could hardly be a Catholic in one country and a Lutheran in the other. He turned to his Jesuit confessors for advice. They urged him to subscribe to the Augsburg Confession for the good he could accomplish. Sigismund swore to uphold the decision of Uppsala. Thereupon the Swedes crowned him in 1594. His coronation oath included a promise to preserve the Swedish Church. He immediately broke his word, appointing a Catholic governor of Stockholm, founding Catholic schools, and ruling Sweden through Polish Catholics.
Sweden's Parliament was probably the oldest and certainly one of the most independent in Europe. It represented all four groups of the population: peasants, burghers, clergy, and nobles. Parliament confirmed Charles as regent, to govern when Sigismund returned to Poland. After Sigismund sailed away late in 1594, Sweden's peasants petitioned for a single king, saying Sigismund had forfeited his right to rule. Charles was unwilling to lead a revolution, and Sigismund might have remained king (in name at least), except that he raised an army to attack his own country. Charles met him near Linköping (between the Swedish coast and Vattar) in 1597 and utterly defeated him. The Swedes made Charles their king. The church remained highly independent. More importantly, Charles' son, Gustavus Adolphus, became one of the greatest of the Protestant generals and saved their cause during the Thirty Years' War that soon enveloped Europe. The urgent call that went out from Uppsala on this date, had been timely indeed as far as the reformers were concerned.

  1. Fletcher, C. R. L. Gustavus Adolphus and the Thirty Years’ War. New York: Capricorn, 1963.
  2. Grell, Ole Peter, editor. The Scandinavian Reformation. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
  3. Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation. New York : Oxford University Press, 1996.
  4. Skarsten, Trygve R. "The Scandinavian Reformation; Ramifications for Lutheran confessional identity" in Let Christ be Christ : theology, ethics & world religions in the two kingdoms : essays in honor of the sixty-fifth birthday of Charles L. Manske; edited by Daniel N. Harmelink. Huntington Beach, Calif. : Tentatio Press, 1999.
  5. "Sweden." Encyclopedia Americana. Chicago: Encyclopedia Americana, corp., 1956.
Read this article at - http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/1501-1600/hasty-call-to-assemble-at-upsalla-11630038.html

Ivan Ilyin: On the Devil


In this 1947 essay, Russian philosopher Ivan Ilyin (1883-1954) addresses the reality of the devil in history and our own time. Tellingly, the advance of the secular and materialist outlook has corresponded with an ever-growing fascination with the demonic – along with its public justification. Translated by Mark Hackard.

In the life of the human race, the diabolical principle has its own history. On this question serious academic literature exists – not concerning, however, recent decades. Yet namely recent decades shed new light on the past two centuries. The age of European Enlightenment (beginning with the French Encyclopedists of the 18th century) undermined within men belief in the being of a personal devil. The educated man cannot believe in the existence of such a revolting anthropomorphic being “with a tail, claws, and horns” (according to Zhukovsky), unseen by anyone but portrayed in ballads and in pictures. Luther still believed in him and even hurled filth at him, but later centuries rejected the devil, and he gradually “disappeared” and flamed out as an “outdated prejudice.”

But it was precisely then that art and philosophy became interested in him. The enlightened European had only Satan’s cloak remaining, and he began to drape himself in it with fascination. There burned a desire to find out more about the devil, discern his “true form,” guess his thoughts and wishes, “transform” into him or at least walk before men in his guise…

And so art began to imagine and portray him, while philosophy attended to his theoretical justification. The devil, of course, “didn’t succeed,” because the human imagination is incapable of containing him, but in literature, music, and painting began a culture of demonism. From the beginning of the 19th century, Europe has been fascinated with his anti-divine forms; there appears the demonism of doubt; negation; pride; rebellion; disappointment; bitterness; melancholy; contempt; egoism, and even boredom. The poets depict Prometheus, the Son of the Morning, Cain, Don Juan, and Mephistopheles.

Byron; Goethe; Schiller; Chamisso; Hoffman; Franz Liszt; and later Stuck, Baudelaire, and others display an entire gallery of demons or demonic men and moods. Moreover, these demons are intelligent, witty, educated, ingenious, and temperamental, in a word, charming and evoking sympathy, while demonic men are the incarnation of “world-angst,” “noble protest,” and some “higher revolutionary consciousness.”
Franz Von Stuck Lucifer
Lucifer, by Franz Von Stuck
Simultaneously the mystical doctrine holding that there is a “dark principle,” even within God, is revived. The German Romantics find poetic words in favor of “innocent shamelessness,” and the Left-Hegelian Max Stirner comes out openly preaching human self-deification and demonic egoism. Denial of a personal devil is gradually replaced by the justification of the diabolic principle…

The abyss concealed beyond this was seen by Dostoevsky. He identified it, and with prophetic alarm sought the means to overcome it his whole life.

Friederich Nietzsche also approached this abyss, was captivated by it, and would extol it. His last works, The Will to Power, The Antichrist, and Ecce Homo, contain direct and open propagation of evil…

Read the rest of this article at - http://souloftheeast.org/2015/01/08/ivan-ilyin-on-the-devil/

Conversion of Chain Gang Convict, Ed Martin

Conversion of Chain Gang Convict, Ed Martin
The convict nodded as he listened to the pretty girl who was leading him through the steps of salvation on this day, January 9, 1944.

Picking up the beautiful new Bible that she had just given him, Ed Martin wrote the date in the margin of John chapter 3. "I want to write the date here next to John 3:16, although I know I will never forget it."

A small-time criminal, Edward Martin was considered incorrigible. He was sentenced to a chain gang in Virginia. The one time that he escaped, a reward of $10 was offered for him--dead or alive.
But then something happened. Ed had a sister who was a student at Practical Bible Training School. Edna Martin asked her roommate Alfreda Enders to pray for her brother who was in prison. Alfreda, preparing for the mission field, honored the request. But she did more than that; she wrote letters, explaining the gospel to Ed and giving him Scriptures to look up. Searching for the verses she mentioned in her letters, he learned to find them in camp #6's very worn Bible. He wrote letters back to her that showed a growing spiritual awareness.

Finally Alfreda visited the prison camp. When she asked him point blank if he was saved, Ed dropped his eyes. "Well, Alfreda, the reason I've never said for sure is because I don't know for sure."
Alfreda explained the steps of the experience that Christians call the new birth. Being born into God's family was similar to being born into a human family. First, just as a seed (the sperm) has to be planted in the womb before a child can begin to grow, so a seed (God's word) has to enter the heart. Second, just as a mother nurtures the unborn child, so God has long planned the conditions for salvation. Third, just as the mother suffers while giving birth, so Christ suffered on the cross to bring us spiritual birth. Fourth, once the baby is born, it begins breathing. In the same way when we cry, "God, be merciful to me a sinner," we draw our first breath as a spiritual baby.

At that point, Ed bowed his head. In a voice that could barely be heard, he prayed, "God, forgive my sins and save me for Jesus' sake." Immediately he believed he was saved. "Thank you, Lord. Thank you, Alfreda," he said.

Alfreda went on to explain other steps of spiritual growth. After she left, Ed put them into practice. So great was the transformation in him that a guard eventually recommended him for parole. Alfreda and Ed married and began a family. Their married life was lived for God as they pastored a Pennsylvania church and then served as missionaries in Japan. When Ed's health failed, they returned to the United States and founded a prison ministry called Hope Aglo.

When Ed died in 1994, it was to assume the eternal life he had found fifty years before. Alfreda continued their prison ministry.
  1. Holden, David. Select Seed from the Granary. #98-1 Private publication.
  2. Martin, Alfreda. Love Brought a Miracle! The Lives and Ministries of Ed and Alfreda Martin. Brentwood Christian Press, 1996.
Read this article at - http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/1901-2000/conversion-of-chain-gang-convict-ed-martin-11630776.html

Jan 9, 2015

The Shinar Directive - Part 6 - Secrets of the Bricklayers

by Dr. Michael Lake

  In researching this portion of my upcoming book The Shinar Directive, I really struggled with what aspects of the Tower of Babel story to examine. I could easily dive into the rich minutia contained within this story and miss the main points that we need to explore. So, before I examine this unfinished conspiracy, let’s look at some basic information regarding the Tower of Babel. 
1. The gathering: Nimrod gathered the people together in direct defiance to God’s instruction for Noah to replenish the earth. Men working together also served as a mechanism to build a society in which men need not walk with the Creator to survive and thrive. They developed reliance upon one another (secular system) and developed gods most likely based upon the legend of the Watchers and the Nephilim. 
2. The construction: This tower/altar was made of bricks (more on this shortly) and sealed with bitumen. Bitumen is asphalt in its natural state. This substance would have made the tower waterproof.[i] Again, this reinforces the concept that they were preparing themselves to withstand another judgment flood. 
3. Make a name and prevent scattering: I will address the concept of making a name for the citizens of Babylon a little later in this chapter. Their refusal to scatter shows their absolute determination to defy the instruction of God. 
4. The symbolic meaning of the tower: Dr. Edward F. Murphy, in his Handbook for Spiritual Warfare, states the following:
Again this supports our spiritual warfare interpretation of the sin of Babel leading to God’s judgment. Satan, “the god of this world,” building on the corrupt flesh of man (his pride) and his worldly ambitions, was the spirit behind the Tower of Babel. Wenham says, “Throughout Scripture Babylon is seen as the embodiment of human pride and godlessness that must attract the judgment of almighty God.” It is also the symbol of the rejection of the true God and the creation of god systems which are created by men to meet their own selfish wants.[ii] (Emphasis added)
So the tower served as an occult symbol of the rejection of the Creator and the establishment of a god system that catered to the sinful/carnal desires of fallen man.
5. The power of being one: The people had a singular focus of building a civilization that would draw men from the Creator. God said that the people had one language, and they were completely unified in their Babylonian work. Because of their unity, God said that they could accomplish anything they envisioned.


The Tower of Babel stands in the sands of time as both a prophetic and occult lightning rod. God chose to include the story of this tower within Holy Writ, because it will add to our understanding of the final days before Jesus returns. When God confused the tower builders’ language and stopped the progress of the tower’s construction, it also served as an incomplete aspiration for all divisions within the occult world that demanded the completion of the original work. 
Most biblical commentators believe that the Tower of Babel was in the shape of a ziggurat. The abrupt intervention by Almighty God would also suggest that the structure was never completed. When you look at the shape of a ziggurat and that of the unfinished pyramid on the back of the US dollar bill, you will notice that they are very similar (especially since Nimrod did not complete the tower).
This shape is also known as a trapezoid. The trapezoid is a specific geometric shape used within the occult to attract both demonic energy and demons themselves. You will find this shape in old-style homes that were similar in design to the one used in the 1960s TV show, The Munsters, as it was associated with haunted houses. Another name for the trapezoid is the frustum. I believe this second term associated with this shape illustrates the frustration of all those associated with Babylon, because their great work remains unfinished. It is also interesting to note that the Masonic altar is trapezoidal in shape. Like all things within a Masonic temple, this could be a hidden identification to the work they are all laboring to accomplish. 
Part of biblical conspiratorial history is that the spirit of Babylon is still laboring behind the scenes today to complete the work started by Nimrod at the Tower of Babel.
This Elite desire to finish what Nimrod started is seen in the poster developed for the European Union (EU) announcing its formation. This poster is filled will occult significance.
1. The Tower of Babel chosen as a symbol for unifying Europe:—Isn’t it interesting that the leaders of the European Union chose the only symbol within human history that caused intervention by God Himself? Not only is the symbol used, but the leaders declare that they have overcome the judgment of God (confusion of the languages) by providing one voice for the people of many tongues! 
2. Eleven Baphomets (upside-down stars): First, the star is a symbol of Nimrod. Within the occult belief system and use of symbols, the star is used for many purposes. In the Dictionary of Mysticism, we find that the star “is considered by occultists to be the most potent means of conjuring spirits. When a single point of the star points upward, it is regarded as the sign of good and a means to conjure benevolent spirits; when the single point points down and a pair of points are on top, it is a sign of evil and is used to conjure powers of evil.”[iii] 
So the EU poster is announcing a working of dark magic for evil. The numbers eleven, twenty-two, and thirty-three are important in Masonic endeavors. The number eleven announces the beginning of the work, the number twenty-two then adds action to the undertaking, and the number thirty-three declares its completion. This poster was announcing the beginning of a work of dark magic to complete the unfinished Tower of Nimrod. 
3. The People in the Poster: Notice the people in the poster. (If you cannot see them well, you can simply do an Internet search for “EU Tower of Babel Poster” to get a better look.) The people are brick shaped. This is the declaration that the end-time Tower of Babel will not be made from physical bricks, but from people who have been conformed to the Babylonian mindset.      
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Missionaries Died in Ecuador Jungle

Missionaries Died in Ecuador Jungle
The five men on "Palm Beach," a strip of sand on the Curaray River, Ecuador, knew that there was danger. But they took the risk for a chance to make friendly contact with the Huaorani (Auca) Indians. Missionaries Ed McCulley, Nate Saint, Jim Elliot, Pete Fleming, and Roger Youderian, had landed on the makeshift airstrip in their "modern missionary mule" (a Piper Cruiser).

Back at Shell Mera,on this day January 8, 1956, Marj Saint waited for word. The short wave radio crackled. Marj listened as her husband, Nate, told her that "a commission of ten" was on its way from Terminal City. "Looks like they'll be here for the early afternoon service. Pray for us. This is the day! We'll contact you next at four-thirty."

Excitement was intense. Months of efforts were about to bear fruit! The "commission" was a group of Huaorani men. Terminal City was the code name the missionaries had given to a Huaorani village they had spotted from the air. If Nate spoke in code words, it was because he did not want Ecuadorians with guns pre-empting the mission's friendly overtures to the natives. The Huaorani were sturdy forest dwellers who had fiercely resisted all efforts to subdue them, killing many people who ventured into their territory.

Nate had first spotted one of their villages from the air on September 19, 1955. On October 1st, missionaries developed a plan for making contact, when bad weather kept Johnny Keenan from flying Ed back to his home station at Arunjo. Ed, Nate and others gathered at Shell Mera and talked into the wee hours of the morning, huddled over maps. How could they demonstrate that they came in peace and not in hostility?

What they decided to do was fly over the villages and lower gifts to the people. Using a public address system, they repeated friendly phrases that Jim had collected from an Huaorani woman on a nearby hacienda. "Biti miti punimupa: I like you; I want to be your friend." Soon large numbers of Aucas were converging for the gift drops. Finally the day came when the villagers tied a gift to the line in return--a feathered headdress.

Next, a landing spot had to be found. They chose a playa (sand bar) on the Curaray River. Nate ran simulated landings, touching his wheels to the sand to test its firmness. It seemed okay. Finally on January 3rd, Nate and Ed landed. The sand proved softer than hoped, but by letting air out of the tires, a safe landing and takeoff was possible. Nate ferried the other men and supplies to the camp. They erected a prefab tree house and shouted friendly words into the bush. Four days later a Huaorani man and two women appeared. Now, on this day, January 8th, 1956, several Auca were headed to "Palm Beach."

Four thirty rolled around, time for the planned radio contact. Eagerly Marj switched on her radio back at base. Nothing! Had the men been invited to the Huaorani houses? She waited. There was no sound. The minutes passed, and lengthened into hours. Silence.

Johnny Keenan flew over Palm Beach on Monday morning. He reported to Marj that he had spotted Nate's plane, stripped of its fabric. On Wednesday he saw the first of the bodies from the air. Then another. Soon it was evident all five men were dead. A ground force moved in to bury the men. Ed's body had washed away.

A shipwrecked sailor recalled Jim Elliot's words: "When it comes time to die, make sure that all you have to do is die." The five men on the beach had been ready to die and their deaths were not in vain. Through the efforts of the widows, the Huaorani discovered Christian forgiveness. The day came when they explained that they had killed the five out of fear, thinking they were cannibals. The same Huaorani who killed the men became believers in Christ.
  1. Ellliot, Elisabeth. Through Gates of Splendor. New York: Harper and Row, 1958.
  2. Hitt, Russell T. Jungle Pilot. Discovery House, 1997.
  3. Various internet articles.
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Jupiter Filmed Turning Blue - Again

Jupiter has been stunningly bright in the night sky in the last year, so bright that it has caused no small number of calls to police departments of something unidentified in the night sky.  To the ancients, Jupiter was the planet that symbolized a change of kings or the coming of a great king.  Make of this what you will...

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Violent lightning storm erupts INSIDE ash cloud as Indonesian volcano spews lava

  • Photographer Martin Rietze captured the fascinating scene at the volatile Sinabung volcano in North Sumatra
  • As the ash cloud billows into the night sky a barrage of lightning bolts crackle from deep within it
  • It is believed the lightning is a result of fine ash grains colliding and creating huge amounts of static electricity

This is the jaw-dropping moment a lightning storm erupted in an ash cloud as a notorious volcano spewed hot lava towards villages below.
Photographer Martin Rietze’s stunning photos of the volatile Sinabung volcano in Indonesia are a fascinating display of the raw beauty and frightening power of planet Earth.
As the ash cloud billows into the night sky a barrage of lightning bolts crackle from deep within it – creating a mesmerising scene that looks like the entrance to the underworld.
German photographer Martin Rietze, 50, captured the stunning photos while visiting the volatile Sinabung volcano in Indonesia
German photographer Martin Rietze, 50, captured the stunning photos while visiting the volatile Sinabung volcano in Indonesia
As the ash cloud billows into the night sky a barrage of lightning bolts crackle from deep within it, creating a fascinating scene
As the ash cloud billows into the night sky a barrage of lightning bolts crackle from deep within it, creating a fascinating scene

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2897190/Lightning-storm-engulfs-ash-cloud-erupting-Sinabung-volcano-Indonesia.html#ixzz3OIuyP0R0

Wicked 'Supernatural' Gift Among 2014's Christmas Sell-Out Items

When I worked in retail stores with these, I used to pull them off the floor and hide them.  I had no shortage of arguments with my secular co-workers over this, but my logic was simple, why would I sell someone (usually a kid) a "game" that taught them to contact demons?  And as a Christian, how was I to answer for that one day?  Unfortunately, the boards are back and doing their villainous work at a record pace.  And what do you think will be the result?

Canon J.John   

Ouija boards were one the top sell-out gifts this Christmas.
The spiritual world is beyond our physical senses. (Nimish Gogri/Flickr)

When my friend told me that ouija boards were going to be this Christmas' sell-out item my initial reaction was that this was another "urban myth" best treated with a healthy dose of skepticism. Who, in an age of the Internet, online gaming, Facebook and 3-D televisions would want to move a pointer around on a board in the hope of getting messages from the spirit world? The astonishing answer is, quite a lot of people!
The story turns out to be true. Promoted by an apparently truly dreadful film (sponsored by Hasbro, the toy firm that holds the rights to ouija boards), sales of the £20+ boards have gone through the roof. And it's not just me who is mystified. As Simon Osborne wrote in the Independent, "What better time to talk to dead people for fun than the festival to celebrate the birth of Jesus?"
Three observations. First, this is yet another phenomenon reminding us that, for all the bold claims of the new atheism that the world is moving into an age of rational thought in which every form of the supernatural is rejected, the reality "on the ground" is very different. The hunger for the supernatural, the paranormal and the mystical remains intense and almost universal. Indeed, it seems as if the more a "universe without God" is talked up, the more people flock to the supernatural. If atheism is true, then it's very odd that no one seems to follow it.
Second, a ouija board is not, in any way, a game. Let's be honest. To use it is to seek to contact spirits, whether of the dead or of any other sort. Here it is worth stating that the Bible is clear that there is a spiritual world beyond our physical senses; it contains both good and evil forces and we are not to seek to communicate with either for news of the future or for any other purpose. Good spirits are off limits because we are commanded to pray to the God whom they serve, and bad spirits are forbidden because they always seek to deceive and harm us. 
Some relevant Bible verses include Leviticus 19:31 ("Do not turn to spirits through mediums or necromancers. Do not seek after them to be defiled by them: I am the Lord your God.")
and Deuteronomy 18:10-12 ("There must not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, or who uses divination, or uses witchcraft, or an interpreter of omens, or a sorcerer, or one who casts spells, or a spiritualist, or an occultist, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination to the Lord, and because of these abominations the Lord your God will drive them out from before you."). It's not just the Bible that is negative either. Every minister I have ever talked to on the subject has been able to tell me of people they know personally whose lives have been very negatively affected by using (I refuse to use playing with) a ouija board.
Thirdly, there are only two interpretations of what goes on when people use a ouija board. The first is that any movement of the pointer is purely a subconscious psychological effect of those involved and the whole exercise is worthless. (Interestingly enough, one of the first people to demonstrate that this kind of claimed 'supernatural' motion had a purely human origin was the 19th-century scientist and devout Christian, Michael Faraday.) In that case, the purchase of any ouija board is a complete and total waste of money.
The second interpretation is that use of a ouija board can result in contact being made with harmful forces or individuals "out there," in which case its possession or use is appallingly dangerous. In either case, they are to be avoided. The word ouija is often claimed to originate from a merger of the French and German words for "yes"; everybody would be far wiser simply to say "no." 
What if you have one of these boards? I'd take a tip from Acts 19:19, which says, "Many who practiced magic brought their books together and burned them before everyone." If you have a ouija board, then I think only serious question you face is this: Where am I going to burn it?

Severinus' Heroic Evangelism in Austria

Severinus' Heroic Evangelism in Austria
What a remarkable man Severinus must have been. He so impressed the Huns that they stopped their march when he stood in their way. On another occasion, violent, ruthless Odoacer sought the saint out to ask his blessing.

Severinus is one of the patron saints of Austria. Yet he was not Austrian: he was born in North Africa. Hungry for God, he gave away his wealth and became a hermit. But conscience would not let him live a life of seclusion. People needed the Gospel.

And so one day, after the death of Attila the Hun, he appeared in Noricum (near Vienna). With the death of their leader, the barbarians had broken into lawless bands who inflicted much misery on middle Europe. Despite this desperate situation, Severinus sought to turn men to Christ. By and large, his message was rejected. However, he put backbone into the demoralized Christian community and they founded monasteries along the Danube.

Through self-discipline, prophecy and useful service, Severinus slowly won the respect of local Christians and of their barbarian enemies. His austerity was notable. Summer and winter he walked barefoot, even when ice frosted the Danube. He refused to own a second tunic. At sunset he ate his one meal of the day. During the weeks of Lent, he cut back even more, to one meal a week. His tight reign on his appetites amazed the heathen hordes who lacked such self-control.

Severinus prophesied that Vienna would be captured. Trusting their walls and martial ardor, the Viennese scoffed. Nonetheless, Vienna was taken. Severinus set about providing relief for the starving city. He coaxed a rich widow to release her hoard of food. He called the people to repentance. When they listened, the ice on the Danube broke and ships were able to bring in supplies. He heartened the city to strengthen its defenses and negotiated with the barbarians so that they turned away from their evil behavior.

Even after the force of the invasion had diminished, Severinus continued his relief efforts, which were now directed at redeeming captives, providing poor relief and building churches.

Severinus stayed simple. He refused to become bishop, preferring the lifestyle of a hermit. Suffering from pleurisy, he died on this day, January 8, 482. It was remarked that on his deathbed, he sang the words of a psalm, "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord."

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Jan 8, 2015

The French Connection – False Flags and the Charlie Hebdo Incident

Image: Heavy.com
Image: Heavy.com
Patterns of Puppetry
By: Jay

A new year brings resolutions, and for the establishment, the resolutions are quite clear: more of the same!  More false flags, more media circus and staged news, ad infinitum, ad nauseam.  In the 1971 film The French Connection, New York detective “Popeye” Doyle (Gene Hackman) uncovers an underworld drug smuggling operation involving the importation of millions of dollars in heroin by a French cartel that planned to use a media personality as an unwitting front.

Today, we all awoke to news the Onion-like French satire publication Charlie Hebdo had been attacked by terrorists, with Al Qaeda taking responsibility.  While it is tempting to get bogged down in “fluid” situation details, we must always recall similar patterns of such events in the recent past which will serve to inform the greater context of this new event in the never-ending “war on terror.”
Naturally, the first operation that comes to mind is Gladio, the infamous NATO “stay behind” operations in Europe during the Cold War that utilized terror attacks and shootings in public venues (amongst other things) to later be blamed on leftist and socialist groups.  Gladio thus represents the so-called “conservative” side of the dialectic running operations against the so-called left.  The Aldo Moro incident in Italy, for example, involved a staged assassination of a socialist minister by a NATO-run Marxist front.  NATO/Gladio operations have never ceased, as we see the same patterns at work in more recent false flags.
McCain and his Al Qaeda BFFs.
McCain and his Al Qaeda BFFs.
French intelligence works hand in hand with NATO and other western intelligence agencies, and have been involved in the training of the radical Islamic offshoots of Al Qaeda in attempts to topple Assad, for example.  The “Free Syrian Army” has notoriously been armed and funded by Atlanticist power elites since 2012, when the CFR called for more use of Al Qaeda and the FSA, to 2013, when we saw Senator John McCain and others meeting with rebranded Al Qaeda leaders.  As we look back on events associated with French and Euro terror, the images converge.

In 1995, Rachid Ramda, a member of radical Islamic organizations predictably titled “Islamic Salvation Front” and the “Armed Islamic Goup”, bombed the French RER subway, killing eight.  According to an interview with Liberacion.fr, Ramda described his past involvement with western NGOs and Doctors Without Borders – both classic intelligence covers, casting doubt on the official narrative of Ramda as the typical fundamentalist stage prop of so many mainstream media terror tales. This event recalls the NGO affiliations of the so-called ISIS video victims, as well as Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

In 2004, we saw a similar media fiasco with the agitprop style provocation from the caricatures of Mohammed in Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh’s “Submission: Part I,” which led to van Gogh’s retaliatory death.  A violent standoff ensued, with a terror cell in The Hague.  Then, from 2005-2010 we saw Danish papers create a soap opera scandal with numerous mockings of Mohammed in the Jyllands-Posten paper.  We are also reminded of the dubious association of the “Mohammed” film the western establishment attempted to link to the Benghazi incident that curiously occurred on the anniversary of 9/11 in 2012.  Former CIA operative Claire Lopez reported in October of 2012 several highly suspect details surrounding Benghazi that suggest a false flag, such as weapons transfers to Al Qaeda in Libya, as well as security for the facility being outsourced to Blue Mountain, a group with Muslim Brotherhood ties.
"Templar" Breivik and his "manifesto". Image' Telegraph
“Templar” Breivik and his “manifesto”. Image’ Telegraph
In my estimation, yesterday’s attack bears striking resemblances to the Anders Breivik attack of 2011, which reportedly involved a “right wing” terrorist masterminding the Norway massacre.  As is often the case, however, Breivik had numerous establishment ties to Western intelligence operations, and claimed to be a “Templar,” giving intimations of Masonic involvement.  Breivik comes to mind due to the curious connections of Francois Hollande with Grand Orient Masonry, a far leftist, socialist and atheistic version of Masonry that has existed in France since the Jacobins and the French Revolution.  Hollande’s coterie are also variously members of the Bilderberg Group, such as Manuel Valls.

Breivik also had a preproduced “manifesto” that soon appeared online, leading to speculations about its remarkable plagiaristic elements from previous “lone nut” manifestos, such as MK ULTRA test subject, the “Unabomber,” Ted Kaczynski. (Think of Elliot Rogers’ “manifesto,” as well.)  Breivik seems to be a “right wing” Euro version of the radical Islamic terror patsy, while above these dupes are the intelligence agencies and secret societies, themselves subservient to international power entities like Bilderberg and the banks.
Archetype of the puppet regime - King Hussein of Jordan. Image: Time.com
Archetype of the puppet regime – King Hussein of Jordan. Image: Time.com
What begins to emerge is a consistent pattern of interlocking and interconnected intelligence agencies at the level of “terror event,” as well as their assets that all serve the same establishment perched on top.  When we consider French intelligence, the fingerprints are no different, as French intelligence has had a long history of false flags and dirty dealings along with their western counterparts in NATO.  France helped train the Al Qaeda-linked rebels along with US and British forces in Jordan, a longtime CIA puppet state.  Arms and sand pirates are in steady supply for western intelligence agencies needing distractions or desiring to ramp up the terror/security theater.   France was also involved in the failed March 2014 Turkish false flag attempt aimed at laying the blame once again on Syria, and by extension, encroaching further on Russia.

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