I never really know what is going to trigger a topic for my radio show. I sometimes wake up wondering about what I should present. What kind of angle will my audience respond to and what is being reported that is so unusual that I flag it and then proceed to write and talk about it.
I have to admit that while sipping some orange juice and watching CNN, the press conference about what we are about to do with Syria had be thinking of my upbringing as a dispensationalist Christian.
Spooky revelation was always programmed into me when I was a child. I always have said you may be man and tr y to take the religion out of you, but in times like these your childhood programming takes over and the promise that you will witness the ‘second coming’ becomes a very real possibility.
I don’t claim to be saved and I don’t need lectures in biblical verses. I have read the bible three times, twice in Spanish.
Knowing the outcome is not at all comforting.
People can say all they want that it is comforting to read what the end entails, but the only reason why they feel that way is because they don’t think they will be affected because of grace or some other reason that has no basis in anything other than blind faith.
It may sound harsh, but sometimes I wonder if what is happening is self-fulfilling or perhaps even staged in order to accept the inevitability of living in a nation motivated by war and religious exception.
This is what fuels hatred of Islam, it’s what fuels the ugly discussion of Zionism or what I call ‘Israeli imperialism‘. It is what blinds us into believing that we are on the right side of the equation when we are scrambling ti the whims of god and not the wisdom.
The UFO was reported by the mainstream news in Europe, Russia and the United States. It was also part of extensive commentary in the Muslim world as to whether or not the event was part of prophecy of the return of the Mahdi.
As mysterious as the talk of the return of messiahs may be – and as Fox News eluded jokingly with a nervous laugh about a “second coming” – Israeli officials had another problem on their hands. After the alleged UFO sightings above the Dome of the Rock through December and January, it was reported that a baby was found abandoned inside the temple at the Dome of the Rock.
According to a Haaretz news story dated February 7, 2011, the baby appeared to be in good health when police arrived upon the scene, and he has been put in the care of social services. The story cited how the mosque is a politically contentious and religiously significant holy site in Jerusalem.
Many people well-versed in eschatology know that the Temple Mount plays a role in prophecy and of course the UFO sighting became a definite reason for Muslims to open dialogue about the return of the Mahdi.
Now, as the mosque collapses, this opens the dialogue now for the rebuilding of the Temple and, once again, end times talk of the ‘abomination of desolation‘ in which the new temple is allegedly built which signifies the advent of Armageddon and the second coming of Jesus.
Yes, this is getting religiously awkward and frightening if you believe in end times mythologies and worry that they might transpire in your lifetime.
I know that radio shows like mine and other similar shows have vilified the methods of the mainstream and how they promote whatever agenda or crisis the government wishes to reinforce in the global consciousness. It certainly is a valid accusation when you begin to see the exploitation of what can be called “poisoning the well”, where stories that are shown on the nightly news focus on and agenda of divisive stories.
Even if we have a great number of people calling them divisive or fraudulent you begin to see the slow but calculated conditioning of people where the public succumbs to programming, or traumatic images to condition the public to the required point of view.
To question is anathema, because it is perceived that the general public is giving popular support to an agenda.
I have been contemplating the situation in Syria and I am realizing a number of things that probably will not be discussed regarding its paranormal implications. Programmed mythologies and religious overtones are actually being exploited in a stealth fashion. A “blueprint of fulfillment” is actually being cleverly used as a clear and precise reason why we have now accepted the reality that the United States has now become a war-driven nation state.
It is becoming evident that the perpetual war state we are in has been emotionally and spiritually acceptable as inevitability because of our religious beliefs as a nation have us compelled to this inevitability based on prophetic fulfillment.
Barack Obama was speaking about Syria and the constitution and buried in the conversation was a reversed sentence that I interpreted to say “They are behind the weapon.” I lamented that, in the collective unconscious of the country and in the soul of Barack Obama, we may hear that he believes that Syria is behind the Sarin gas attacks on its own people.
However, this alleged fact gives us an eerie sense of déjà vu where the wars in Iraq were also based on the flimsy premise of ‘weapons of mass destruction” and the evil act of Saddam Hussein turning weapons on his own people.
I have often said that the Apocalypse, even Armageddon begins in the soul and war now is not just political fuel but fuel for the dispensationalist thought that end times prophecy or eschatological events are transpiring making it an acceptable inevitability to be living in a country where war will be part of their everyday lives until the professed return, second coming or second incarnation of Christ or a messianic intervention.
Treading in the religious implications of such moves triggers a lot of religious debate amongst true believers; however, it must also be entertained or at least a dialogue must be had about the implications of staged events that appear to be a fulfillment of prophecy.
I need to make clear that I am fully aware that these wars and events could very well be part of prophetic fulfillment, but I am also aware of how governments that are well aware of consensus belief can use religious and political views as emotional fuel to steer people into situations that do not benefit them.
All that is happening now is unbelievable and in the same breath it is highly believable. In the heat of the moment it is imperative that we clear our heads and look at what is happening and try to piece together what may be fulfillment of prophecy, or a blueprint created to make it appear that prophecy is being fulfilled.
Always remember that much of what Hitler and his propaganda masters did was convince Germany that in order to pick themselves up out of the economical morass they were in they had to live in a war-driven existence. The Nazis were able to use both new age beliefs in extra-terrestrial secret chiefs, a formidable government apotheosis, Nostradamus, and the Bible to sell the Germans on their divined providence.
It is alarming to now see how the United States has positioned itself in a mirror. We are a country of conspiracy theorists, believers in divine intervention from God or Jesus even extra-terrestrials. We are guided by new age and religious mythologies and have somehow established a destructive government apotheosis and we have normalized war as the new American way of life and death. The warfare and eschatology that we enshrine as inevitability, produces scapegoats – namely Muslims and Jews – and this has become part of our default routine.
In all of the wartime rhetoric, and while liberals are removing their bumper stickers that say “End This Endless War” for Obama’s “right war,” I would exhort all of us to stop and ponder the reality that that perhaps there is not one single answer to what is happening and like any paranormal event where the world spins counterclockwise and moral compasses go south , many things said, written and predicted could either be the right answer or it could all be simple, neat, and wrong. Isn’t that confusing?
Of course it is and it is meant to be. The reason is that like it or not the Earth is always in the crosshairs of an extinction level event. It is one big cosmic snow globe of death that is destined for a good shaking every now and again. No one knows when it will happen and if you keep saying that the earth faces an extra terrestrial threat of extinction, then you can always say “I told you so” when the unthinkable happens.
Another cult leader used the same methods and he had all sorts of resources that he could draw from. Marshall Applewhite the cult leader of Heavens’ Gate, used biblical revelation, science fiction stories, Mark twain, Nostradamus and belief in aliens to convince his followers to commit suicide. He even was able to point to signs in heaven namely the Hale-Bopp comet to hit his point home that the world was ending.
It is important to understand that we are all vulnerable emotionally and spiritually now because end times eschatology is fueling the reality of fulfillment with the pending war in Syria, the allegations that the Catholic Church has produced its last Pope, the declassification of clandestine activities at a secret airbase that is the breeding ground for extra-terrestrial realities and other convenient news stories that are pointing to the possibility that this is all inevitable fulfillments spoken of in biblical passages.
When the Mayan calendar end of the world prophecies did not transpire as planned by some new age prophets and while people like Harold Camping failed in their ability to predict the rapture, there was an up swell of ridicule and the assumption that no one was fooled by these dime store prophecies.
I contend that it most certainly planted seeds of counter thought and the magic of “what if “ scenarios that play with our preprogrammed penchant for catastrophes. It most certainly a traumatic blow that can be similar to hearing on the nightly news that the NSA believes that there are credible terror threats against the United States or that a country incapable of firing nuclear weapons at us is saying it is fully capable of doing so.
How easy is it to see that parallels never cease? The rapture is always at hand, you may die tomorrow and everything you think you know is only based on limited information and excluded truths.
How easy is it to dismiss an event like a UFO over the Dome of the Rock dropping a light near the Mosque recorded by witnesses and then hearing a report that a baby was found there abandoned and unnamed? And yet we are supposed to believe that Osama Bin laden was killed in Pakistan with no body produced and not even pictures to document the case?
How hard is it to understand that we are playing the same tune again in Syria as we did with Saddam Hussein; however, this time we wrap it in biblical prophecy and dismiss allegations that this could all be staged in order to fulfill the blueprint of fulfillment?
According to a recent Foreign Policy report released by Shane Harris and Mathew M. Aid, it gets even uglier and highly pathological.
“In 1988, during the waning days of Iraq’s war with Iran, the United States learned through satellite imagery that Iran was about to gain a major strategic advantage by exploiting a hole in Iraqi defenses. U.S. intelligence officials conveyed the location of the Iranian troops to Iraq, fully aware that Hussein’s military would attack with chemical weapons, including Sarin, a lethal nerve agent.”
Furthermore, the article reveals that:
“The intelligence included imagery and maps about Iranian troop movements, as well as the locations of Iranian logistics facilities and details about Iranian air defenses. The Iraqis used mustard gas and sarin prior to four major offensives in early 1988 that relied on U.S. satellite imagery, maps, and other intelligence. These attacks helped to tilt the war in Iraq’s favor and bring Iran to the negotiating table, and they ensured that the Reagan administration’s long-standing policy of securing an Iraqi victory would succeed. But they were also the last in a series of chemical strikes stretching back several years that the Reagan administration knew about and didn’t disclose. U.S. officials have long denied acquiescing to Iraqi chemical attacks, insisting that Hussein’s government never announced he was going to use the weapons.”
Can anyone remember the spin of “end times” propaganda that normalized the idea of one man being the representation of “evil” and the reincarnation of King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon? That was Saddam Hussein the so-called “King of Terror” from the couplets of Nostradamus. Who spun the stories? Was it all an interpretation or did the United States media and propaganda masters promote this notion to emotionally and spiritually fuel their war machine?
Notice that we are repeating history again as we are considering military action against Syria for the same offense. Now are we to believe that this all the fault of Bashar Al- Assad? Or are we seeing a repeat performance of underhanded deals – that will eventually be revealed again as war crimes – hell bent on pinning the blame solely on a group of people that we claim see life as cheap and expendable?
I shake my head at how we have been duped – and it is all based on the public trust being shaped into dangerous gullibility.
It has always been one of my deepest fears that our leaders have this sick and twisted idea that they should nudge God or even mock prophecy by carrying out wars and activities that would indicate that we all live in end times and that kingdom come will be a new age that will be ruled by leaders who tell us that they are gods.
They will occupy temples and locations that will be deemed as sacred ground – where lives were lost and battles were fought – all for the glory of foisting up new saviors. New saviors that know how to manipulate the prophecies in order to win over the hearts of people that know not what they are capable of doing in the name of all that is professed to be divine.