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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

The End of the World

Are we all going to die?

Yup. I'm sure we will. Someday. But it wasn't August 22, 2006. Sorry, had to throw that in.

Ahmadinejad, who is receiving full backing from Iran's spiritual leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, reminds me of something I read awhile back.

But first I must confess, I've been slacking in my bible study. Lord help me.

Now, let's move on.

Could Ahjabinthenads be the anti-christ? I see some striking resemblances. For instance:

The Little horn speaking Great blasphemies: Here we have this little man, with a little mind (and judging by his speeches, he seems to over-compensate a bit. Could it be he also has a little... horn?)

And then the speeches themselves. Great blasphemies. Has he not told us that we shall bow before him? Hmmmm...

The anti-christ shall also have a spiritual leader at his side that will back him. Ahmaddinnerjacket does too.

Between the two, the bible says, they will try to bring about a one world religion. Could it be this religion of pieces?

Don't get me wrong, I'm no apocalyptic, end-times, scaremonger nut. It just seemed a strange sort of coincidence to me, and, since I seem to have way too much time on my hands (probably from not paying the proper attention to my bible study) I thought I'd share it with you.

Well, any way, it couldn't be true. The anti-christ is supposed to sign a deal with Israel and then break it. Oh! No, wait...

3 Comments:

Blogger Seven Star Hand said...

Hey Luis,

I pose to you and others that the context and meaning of these ancient texts have been lost on those confused by the assertions of religious leaders and founders. Ancient wisdom has been purposely recast and obfuscated into religion and mysticism. Consequently, the interpretations presented about the sources and meaning of these texts and the philosophy and cosmology of ancient Hebrew sages is completely wrong. Before you scoff and write me off, you should understand that I speak from personal experience...

The symbolism of seven years (tribulation, etc.) refers to seven 360-year cycles on the Hebrew calendar. Ezekiel 39.9 is referring to the 10th to 16th cycles inclusive, while the Apocalypse symbolizes the 11th cycle (second temple period) until now, the beginning of the 17th cycle (seventh angel/star/seal, etc.). Greece (Alexander the Great) conquered the Persian Empire and Judea during the 10th cycle and Rome did so again during the 11th cycle. Both Ezekiel and the Apocalypse are symbolizing an overlapping period of time that starts during ancient Judea and ends now. Gog refers to Greco-Romans (...from the "isles"), which means Magog is Eurasia and the "army" that besets "Israel" for seven "years" refers to the activities of the nations of the Greco-Roman/Vatican Empire over the previous two-plus millennia.

It is completely wrong to interpret any of these prophecies as literal timelines and events. Unlike Christian assertions, they symbolize long periods of time, pivotal situations, and the flow of activities during that period. Remember, they were written by ancient Hebrew sages, not Romans or other Europeans, and Revelation is the most symbolic of all prophecies. Consequently, in this context, "years" and "times" are symbols for 360-year cycles on the Hebrew calendar and days symbolize literal years. Therefore "Judgement Day," "Great Day" and "in that day" all refer to a year-long period. Accordingly, the so-called "Seven Years Tribulation" began in ancient Judea and is now nearing its end, not starting. The nations and followers of all three faiths of Abraham have been thoroughly deceived by Rome during the previous age, which ended in year 2000 (5760). A new age began in 2001 (5761) and now the seventh angel has begun to sound!

Understanding the Fatal Flaws in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Prophecy

Remember the saying that "the truth will set you (and others) free?" How does "opening one's eyes to the truth" relate to "making the blind see again" or "shining the light" or "illuminating a subject?" Notice the inherent symbolism associated with this supposed New Testament "miracle?"

As certain world leaders strive to instigate a fabricated "battle of Armageddon," it is vital to understand and spread the truth about these ancient texts to help bring about an end to such abominable evil. You can never expect philosophies based on lies and great error to lead to peace and harmony. How many more millennia of terrible proof is necessary before humanity finally gets a clue that most have been utterly deceived by the very concept of religion.

Without it, Bush, the Neo-Cons, and their cohorts could never have gained and retained political power by manipulating an already deluded and susceptible constituency. Likewise, their thinly veiled partners in crime, Bin Laden and his ilk, could never have succeeded in their roles in this centuries-old Vatican-led grand deception.

We are all trapped by a web of deception formed by money, religion, and politics. The great evils that bedevil us all will never cease until humanity finally awakens, shakes off these strong delusions, and forges a new path to the future.

Here is Wisdom...

Peace...

August 23, 2006  
Blogger Luis said...

Dear Seven,

You pose some intersting points here. And your arguments are very well ordered. So allow me to address them accordingly.

"...the context and meaning of these ancient texts have been lost on those confused by the assertions of religious leaders and founders..."

That's a mighty broad generalization. If you're saying only that the meaning completely escapes those blinded by religion, then yes, I agree wholeheartedly. But if you mean to say that the revelation in the Word is lost to mankind, there, I must disagree.

It is Providence, not man, that has given us the Word. It shall never return void. Someone will always be around who receives the true message. The remnant shall not fail, either.

"The symbolism of seven years..."

This symbolism is not lost on me, or on the church leaders that I've been under. I am Calvinist. And as such, it is my duty to study the word (though I get lazy at times). You attempt to lay out a full interpretation of these particular prophecies as fact. Though I happen to agree with your interpretaion, I would just say that you have a care. Do not fall into the same trap all those religious leaders you spoke of have and start dogmatizing your private interpretaion.

"It is completely wrong to interpret any of these prophecies as literal timelines and events..."

Scripture gives us prophecy, rhetoric, allegory, parable, history, and even sarcasm. The proper interpretation then must be based on the appropriate hermeneutics. These prophecies (in my opinion) do seem to indicate a much longer timeline than that of some of the, well lets say, more radical, pentecostals. But, here again, a word of caution, I would never totally rule out the possibilty of a literal seven years, after the fulfillment (or right at the fulfillment) of the much longer, symbolic, seven years.

As for the Seventh Angel... That is the end of it all. Is it here, now? Maybe, maybe not. Of that day and hour knoweth no man. No not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

"As certain world leaders strive to instigate a fabricated "battle of Armageddon," it is vital to understand and spread the truth about these ancient texts to help bring about an end to such abominable evil."

Here I totally agree. God will bring about Armageddon. Those who are fooled by all this other mess have not been set free.

"How many more millennia of terrible proof is necessary before humanity finally gets a clue that most have been utterly deceived by the very concept of religion."

Here you contradict yourself. As you, yourself have said: There are no millenia left. The end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer. And yes, again I agree. It is religion that has blinded people. Not the Word of God.

"Without it, Bush, the Neo-Cons, and their cohorts could never have gained and retained political power..."

It is God who sets up rulers. It is God who takes them down. God is the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another. It is only a fool who says in his heart; God hath no part in the lives of men. God put Bush there for a reason. And I'm so glad he did. I love my President. I stand behind Bush all the way.

No let's take a little step backwards.

"...three faiths of Abraham..."

What??? Judeo-Christian-Islamic religions???

The only thing these three have in common is that none of them have been read by strawberry jello flavored martians. No wait, they all have vowels, too.

You cannot hope to make a stand in lumping these together. Attack them seperately if you must, but do not expect me to see them in the same light. The diversity is too great.

Peace

p.s. I look forward to hearing from you again.

August 24, 2006  
Blogger Richard said...

Two very well thought out comments, thanks guys! Luis I will link to this

August 25, 2006  

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