How many of you know that this is a prophecy of dynamic proportions? It’s the end all of all prophetic mysteries. It’s the Armageddon saga…
The prophecy tells us that according to the Book of Revelation, the site of gathering of armies for a battle during the end times, a place which in a general sense is referred to as the end of the world scenario.
The name “Megiddo” refers to a hill in northern Israel that has been the site of many battles. The Hebrew word “Armageddon” means, “hill of Megiddo.” In English, the word has come to represent battle itself. The last book of the New Testament of the Bible designates Armageddon as the assembly point in the apocalyptic setting of GOD’S final battle of good against evil.
The government has released a document to authorities which hold powers to enact laws against certain individuals who are believed to be a ‘threat’. What kind of threat?
Although this report was released in October of 1999, it’s not the dates that matter so much as the content within this report. It serves to establish a front against ‘domestic terrorism’ but it seems to be aimed at people who are Believer’s of GOD. Sure, we have those who are part of groups which fall into this category of tactical extremes meant to defy the government but what I am speaking of is a front specifically against people who believe in GOD and HIS Laws and Design for prophecy as it pertains to the end days.
Specific details concerning people who believe in the New World Order and the objectives of the elite who rule its agenda is the exact description within this document of which I am referring to. The constant blending of Satan’s army (world government) against the people of GOD is something which is given in detail.
“For over four thousand years, MEGIDDO, a hill in northern Israel, has been the site of many battles. Ancient cities were established there to serve as a fortress on the plain of Jezreel to guard a mountain pass. As Megiddo was built and rebuilt, one city upon the other, a mound or hill was formed. The Hebrew word “Armageddon” means “hill of Megiddo.” In English, the word has come to represent battle itself. The last book in the New Testament of the Bible designates Armageddon as the assembly point in the apocalyptic setting of God’s final and conclusive battle against evil. The name “Megiddo” is an apt title for a project that analyzes those who believe the year 2000 will usher in the end of the world and who are willing to perpetrate acts of violence to bring that end about.”
“Under this hypothetical NWO/One World Government, the following events are to take place: 1) private property rights and private gun ownership will be abolished; 2) all national, state and local elections will become meaningless, since they will be controlled by the UN; 3) the U.S. Constitution will be supplanted by the UN charter; 4) only approved churches and other places of worship will be permitted to operate and will become appendages of the One World Religion, which will be the only legitimate doctrine of religious beliefs and ethical values; 5) home schooling will be outlawed and all school curriculum will need to be approved by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); and 6) American military bases and other federal facilities will be used as concentration camps by the UN to confine those patriots, including the militias, who defy the NWO. Other groups beside the UN that are often mentioned as being part of the NWO conspiracy theory are Jews, Communists, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergers and the Trilateral Commission. Law enforcement officials will probably notice different versions of this theory, depending upon the source.”
What’s really scary is these things are really taking shape, but if you ‘believe’ they are then your an extremist!
The seedline is even identified as a threat theory:
“Christian Identity is an ideology which asserts that the white Aryan race is God’s chosen race and that whites comprise the ten lost tribes of Israel. There is no single document that expresses this belief system. Adherents refer to the Bible to justify their racist ideals. Interpreting the Book of Genesis, Christian Identity followers assert that Adam was preceded by other, lesse races, identified as “the beasts of the field” (Gen. 1:25). Eve was seduced by the snake (Satan) and gave birth to two seed lines: Cain, the direct descendent of Satan and Eve, and Able, who was of good Aryan stock through Adam. Cain then became the progenitor of the Jews in his subsequent matings with the non-Adamic races. Christian Identity adherents believe the Jews are predisposed to carry on a conspiracy against the Adamic seed line and today have achieved almost complete control of the earth. This is referred to as the two-seedline doctrine, which provides Christian Identity followers with a biblical justification for hatred.”
Many of the comments are based around RACE. I believe this is meant to direct people into thoughts of revolutionary acts against one another.
“The view of what Armageddon will be varies among Christian Identity believers. Some contend there will be a race war in which millions will die; others believe that the United Nations, backed by Jewish representatives of the anti-Christ, will take over the country and promote a New World Order. One Christian Identity interpretation is that white Christians have been chosen to watch for signs of the impending war in order to warn others. They are to then physically struggle with the forces of evil against sin and other violations of God’s law (i.e., race-mixing and internationalism); many will perish, and some of God’s chosen will be forced to wear the Mark of the Beast to participate in business and commerce. After the final battle is ended and God’s kingdom is established on earth, only then will the Aryan people be recognized as the one and true Israel.
Christian Identity adherents believe that God will use his chosen race as his weapons to battle the forces of evil. Christian Identity followers believe they are among those chosen by God to wage this battle during Armageddon and they will be the last line of defense for the white race and Christian America. To prepare for these events, they engage in survivalist and paramilitary training, storing foodstuffs and supplies, and caching weapons and ammunition.”
It is about bloodlines…it’s about a fallen race of entities who mixed their blood with humanity. It’s about Satan mixing his bloodline with Eve…and trying to stop Jesus Christ from being born. I know it does sound crazy. But, they called Jesus Christ an extremist…and so much more. He was thought to be crazy too. He told us we would be treated in much the same manner.
Granted there are people out there that have the same views as some of us, who are willing to go to extremes to prove it. But the majority of us who have these ‘conspiracy theories’ are harmless people who want peace as Jesus Christ describes. We truly love others and want the world to follow Jesus Christ, The One and Only Path to the Heavenly Creator.