May 10, 2015

Bob Cornuke - The True Location of the Temple in Jerusalem

If you haven't gotten the book "Temple" by Robert Cornuke, I highly recommend it.  The research in terms of scriptural connections and detective work as well as on the ground detective work is excellent, and I think the location may have a huge influence on a coming third temple in Jerusalem.  Good stuff....

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Kindred Survivors: Thousands Commemorate Armenian Genocide at the US Holocaust Museum

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"We, Armenians, Jews, sons and daughters of other nations that have survived genocides shall continue working together to fight for recognition, condemnation of all genocides and other crimes against humanity, as that is the most efficient way of preventing them in the future." –Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.
(Washington, DC)—On May 6, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan visited the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum as part of his three-day trip to Washington, D.C. (Photo: via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum)
The President's visit took place on the eve of the U.S. commemoration activities marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. FromMay 7-9 in Washington, DC, the National Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide Centennial is hosting a series of events commemorating the anniversary. Thousands will gather from across the country, and internationally, to join in remembering and honoring those lost in the genocide 100 years ago.

"It was an honor to have the opportunity to visit this memorial and museum. We, Armenians, Jews, sons and daughters of other nations that have survived genocides shall continue working together to fight for recognition, condemnation of all genocides and other crimes against humanity, as that is the most efficient way of preventing them in the future," said President Sargsyan.

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CERN the Opening of the Abyss?

C E R N the Opening of the Abyss? .......

2015 is being called the International year of Light (LUCIFER MEANS LIGHT BEARER)
2015 also sees thousands of scientists reactivate CERN, the Large Hadron Collider in an attempt to explore the origins of the Universe, Dark matter, Anti-matter, Extra Dimensions, Black holes etc.
Revelation 9 - And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star fall from heaven unto the earth: and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit......

This video examines the possibility that CERN could lead to the fulfilment of prophetic events spoken of in Revelation chapter 9, the unlocking and opening of the abyss where demons are loosed on the earth.

Another Dead Technology Giant! 75 Bankers, 125 Scientist

His numbers are low, but you get the idea.  Don't look to make it to retirement if you want to be a banker or work on top secret scientific projects....

David Goldberg died on a treadmill from mass head trauma as he fell as another Technology Giant has died with now 75 Bankers and 125 Scientist also also

Were the UN, WHO and World Bank behind a Mexican depopulation campaign in 1974?

This same theme pops up year after year, a "world" government that goes out to sterilize whomever they choose with complete impunity. And carrying the same old theme, children are bad, and if you are poor, you shouldn't have children anyway, because they can't grow up with a western (pathetic) education and they can't afford to buy their children movie channels and the latest Playstation. Judgment awaits....

Who Attempted the Covert Sterilization of Mexican School Children with Vaccines in 1974?

(Truthstream Media) You could say the idea of the so-called “Population Bomb” may have actually exploded in 1974.

That was the year of the first World Population Conference in Bucharest. Effects of the 1973 oil crisis were being felt hard, with the price of oil quadrupled from $3 to nearly $12 a barrel. Oh, and speaking of war criminal Henry Kissinger, ’74 was also the year of his infamous National Security Study Memorandum 200, which listed the “population problem” of unchecked growth in “LDCs” (less developed countries) as a potential risk to U.S. national security.

The document is dated April 24, 1974.

Concentration on this “problem” of how to reduce the population was planned for 13 key countries, including India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, Egypt, Turkey, Ethiopia and Colombia. Of those, the document singled out Mexico as having one of the highest (and therefore, most worrisome) growth rates of all. The document read, “Perhaps the most significant population trend from the viewpoint of the United States is the prospect that Mexico’s population will increase from 50 million in 1970 to over 130 million by the year 2000.”

The newspapers had been sounding the alarm about Mexico’s population bomb in the years leading up to 1974.
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Note that Mexico resisted population control policies, but the World Bank “insisted the country do something to cut down its population growth.”

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Before the Polos there Was Ruesbroek

Before the Polos there Was Ruesbroek Everyone, it seems, has heard of Marco Polo and his journey to far off China. But on this day May 7, 1253, the year before Marco was born, a courageous monk from Flanders left Constantinople on his own trip to the Far East, visiting the court of the Great Khan Mangu in the very heart of Mongolia. William of Rubruck's feat is little known.

From the start, his efforts were intended to be evangelistic. Louis IX, the saintly king of France, heard that Sartak, Son of Batu, was a Christian. He determined to make contact and encourage these distant brothers in the faith. William, a Franciscan friar, was the man chosen for the job. Accompanied by Bartholomew of Cremona (a fellow friar) and a few other individuals, he left for Sartak's kingdom, hoping to establish a mission there.

Sartak proved to be no Christian. William of Rubruck and his companion suddenly found their mission stretched well beyond initial anticipation. To proceed with their plans, they must first visit Batu, father of Sartak, they were told. And so the two Franciscans traveled up the Volga to Batu's camp. Batu sent them on to Mongolia with two Nestorian priests and a guide. The little party crossed Russia and Mongolia in the depths of winter and arrived in Karakoram in January of 1254.

Other Europeans, captives of war, were already present in the city. Nestorian Christians had long since penetrated the region with the good news of reconciliation with God in Christ. Their ministry had little effect, perhaps because they regularly became drunk on wine rather than on the Holy Spirit.
William met the Khan, discussed theology in his presence, and was allowed to preach. Once he grew vehement and upset the Khan. Nevertheless, William survived for eight months, apparently without serious threat to his person. He baptized sixty Christians.

In August, William left Tatary, bearing a letter from Mangu, demanding submission of all Western kings and the Pope. God had appointed him master of the world, claimed the Khan, and not even mighty seas and high mountains would prevent him from conquering the West.

William of Rubruck arrived at Acre in May 1255, bearing this grandiose proclamation. He forwarded it to King Louis with a careful and accurate report. It included the best descriptions of Asia which had reached Europe to that point. In its pages were suggestions for further mission work. This did not materialize. Altogether, Rubruck's missionary journey covered 11,000 miles, much of it through dangerous territory.
  1. Abbott, Jacob. History of Genghis Khan. New York: Harpers, 1899. Source of the image.
  2. Neill, Stephen. A History of Christian Missions. The Pelican History of the Church #6. Hammondsworth, Middlesex, England: Pelican Books, 1964, pp. 122ff.
  3. Olschki, Leonardo. Marco Polo's Precursors. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1943.
  4. Schlager, Patricius. "Rubruck, William." The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton, 1914.
  5. "William of Rubruck." Explorers and Discoverers of the World. Edited by Daniel B. Baker. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993.
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Transhumanism: An Attempt To Use Technology To Turn Men Into Gods

Transhumanism: An Attempt To Use Technology To Turn Men Into Gods
Michael Snyder

(RINF) – Did you know that the word “transhuman” literally means “beyond human”?  All over the world, scientists and intellectuals are joining the transhumanism movement.  Those that adhere to this philosophy believe that the time has come for us to use technology to take control of our own evolution.  By doing so, they believe that we can give ourselves superhuman powers and radically extend our lifespans.  Right now, the most popular movie in America is “Avengers: Age of Ultron“, and in recent years we have watched films about “mutants” and “superheroes” become some of Hollywood’s biggest moneymakers.

But transhumanists believe that we will soon be able to literally turn ourselves into such superheroes as technology continues to increase at an exponential rate.  And once we have superhuman powers and superhuman intelligence, they are convinced that we will eradicate all sickness, disease, poverty and war.  Many of them actually believe that we will be able to achieve immortality and establish a utopia on Earth just a few decades from now.  In other words, we won’t need a “God” because we will have become our own gods.

At the core of the transhumanist movement is an unshakable faith in the inevitable technological progress of humanity.  Yes, there are some transhumanists that have doubts, but for most transhumanists the solution to all of our problems is more technology.  If you are not familiar with transhumanism, the following is a really good definition that I recently came across
Transhumanism is a cultural and intellectual movement promoting the aim of transforming the human condition fundamentally by developing – and making available – technologies to enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capabilities. Transhumanist thinking studies the potential benefits and hazards of emerging technologies that could overcome basic human limitations. It also addresses ethical matters involved in developing and using such technologies. Some transhumanists predict that human beings may eventually transform themselves into beings with such greatly expanded abilities that they justify a state of being known as ‘posthuman’.
Transhumanists want to help humans live much longer, and they also want to dramatically increase the quality of those lives.  Ultimately, most transhumanists are fully convinced that they will be able to defeat death altogether.  The following is a short excerpt from an ExtremeTech article
One of the core concepts in transhumanist thinking is life extension: Through genetic engineering, nanotech, cloning, and other emerging technologies, eternal life may soon be possible. Likewise, transhumanists are interested in the ever-increasing number of technologies that can boost our physical, intellectual, and psychological capabilities beyond what humans are naturally capable of (thus the term transhuman). Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), for example, which speeds up reaction times and learning speed by running a very weak electric current through your brain, has already been used by the US military to train snipers. On the more extreme side, transhumanism deals with the concepts of mind uploading (to a computer), and what happens when we finally craft a computer with greater-than-human intelligence (the technological singularity).
So would you like to live forever armed with superhuman powers?

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French Revolution Cult of Supreme Being

The "Age of Reason" was just another cover for a small group of people seeking to gain control over a nation. This was clearly a forerunner to the same tactics that would be used in Russia to end the royal family's reign there and institute another atheistic controlling government that robbed and subjugated the people for the gain of a few.  And I rear we haven't seen the end of violent revolutions engineered by a hidden elite, as it seems many more are now on the horizon....
French Revolution Cult of Supreme Being "Reason is God," said the leaders of the French Revolution. But people are so unreasonable that the revolutionary leader, Robespierre, soon realized that reason makes a weak God. He became afraid that without belief in some powerful being like the Judeo-Christian God, morals would collapse. Then where would the Republic be? Strong nations need strong virtues.

On this day, May 7, 1794, the Committee of Public Safety, which controlled France, decreed worship of a Supreme Being. This was not the God of the Bible, who enters into personal relationships with men, but a Deist god. Eighteenth-century Deism taught that God created the universe but did not interfere in its operation. According to the Deists, their god could be discovered through natural law and his existence was an inspiration to moral behavior.

That June, Robespierre organized a festival of the Supreme Being. At that festival it was proclaimed, "The day forever fortunate has arrived, which the French people have consecrated to the Supreme Being. Never has the world which he created offered to him a spectacle so worthy of his notice. He has seen reigning on the earth tyranny, crime, and imposture. He sees at this moment a whole nation, grappling with all the oppressions of the human race, suspend the course of its heroic labors to elevate its thoughts and vows toward the great Being who has given it the mission it has undertaken and the strength to accomplish it.

"Is it not he whose immortal hand, engraving on the heart of man the code of justice and equality, has written there the death sentence of tyrants? Is it not he who, from the beginning of time, decreed for all the ages and for all peoples liberty, good faith, and justice?" *

Fearful of further bouts of terror, the revolutionary Committee engineered Robespierre's downfall and execution. The blade of the guillotine was soon stained with his own blood.

* Note: while Christians recognize God as the Supreme Being (a term not used in the Scripture), they also know Him by the more humane name "Father."
  1. Aulard, Fran├žois Victor Alphonse. Christianity and the French Revolution; Translated by Lady Frazer. New York: H. Fertig, 1966.
  2. ----------------------The French Revolution; a political history, 1789 - 1804; Translated from the French of the 3d ed., with a pref., notes, and historical summary, by Bernard Miall. New York: Russell & Russell, 1965.
  3. "French Revolution." Modern History Sourcebook.
  4. "Maximillian Robespierre on the Festival of the Supreme Being." The History Place; Great Speeches Collection.
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Julian of Norwich's Revelations

Julian of Norwich's Revelations When I was half way through my thirty-first year God sent me an illness which prostrated me for three days and nights. On the fourth night I received the last rites of Holy Church as it was thought I could not survive till day..." So wrote Julian of Norwich, describing a series of visions or "showings" that came to her.

Some time earlier, she had prayed for three things: To understand Christ's passion, to suffer physically while still a young woman, and to receive from God the gift of three "wounds," which were real sorrow for sin, genuine compassion and a true longing for God. The intent of all these prayers was that she might die to herself and live to God.

It seemed that the second request, at least, was being heard. Julian was in great pain, her eyes dimmed, she became numb to the waist, her breath grew shorter and shorter. Everyone, including her mother, expected her to die.

Early in the morning on this day, May 8, 1373, Julian's pain suddenly left her. It came into her mind to ask God again that she might understand Christ's passion. At once, she saw blood flowing from an image of Christ. Later she declared, "The most precious blood of our Lord Jesus Christ is in truth both costly and copious," and she asserted that God would prefer us to wash our sins in it than in water.

Over a period of about five hours, from 4 A.M. until 9 A.M. Julian received fifteen visions. The following evening she received another which summed up and confirmed the first fifteen. The visions stressed the creative and sustaining power of God and his infinite love for that which he created. Christ's mother Mary appeared, setting a tone of reverence. "How reverently she marveled that He [Christ] should be born of his own creature, and of one so simple."

"It was at this time that our Lord showed me spiritually how intimately he loves us. I saw that he is everything that we know to be good and helpful. In his love he clothes us, enfolds and embraces us; that tender love completely surrounds us, never to leave us. As I saw it he is everything that is good."
Julian recovered her health and recorded her visions in a book called Sixteen Revelations of Divine Love. Either before or after her visions, Julian became an anchoress (a female hermit) and was visited by individuals who sought wise advice. After twenty years of meditation on her showings, she wrote a longer version of her book. Two or three copies survived into the twentieth century.

Were Julian's revelations from God? She upheld key doctrines such as the Trinity, emphasized the key virtue--love--and recognized salvation as coming through Christ alone. On the other hand, she shocked contemporaries by speaking of Christ as mother. Puzzled by sin and hell, she denied God's wrath and concluded that "everything will be all right," that all souls will eventually be saved. There are other difficulties in her showings. However, her writing represents the flowering of English Medieval mysticism.

  1. Deen, Edith. Great Women of the Christian Faith. New York: Harper, 1959.
  2. Gardner, Edmund G. "Juliana of Norwich." Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton, 1914.
  3. Julian of Norwich. Revelations of Divine Love. Translated by Clifton Wolters. Penguin, 1966.
  4. "Juliana." Dictionary of National Biography
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