MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
As I was thumbing through Netflix looking for the new Lost in Space episodes I stumbled upon a trailer that I had to watch a few times because it gave me chills. It has been a while since a trailer has given me the creeps but the series “Messiah” has a trailer that is about what appears to be the rise of the Islamic version of the antichrist.
The thing that is most upsetting about it is that while movies like The Omen and Rosemary’s Baby are simply horror films about the arrival of the Devil’s spawn – this series looks as if it may push a few religious buttons as it looks like a compelling take on the second coming of a Messiah that isn’t all what he claims to be.
The series focuses on the modern world’s reaction to a man, who first appears in the Middle East claiming to be the eschatological return of ‘Isa (Jesus) or the Mahdi. His sudden appearance and apparent miracles spark a growing international following, casting doubts around who he really is, a case investigated by the CIA.
The main character is named Al-Massih which means Messiah, however, in the trailer, we learn that this is not his full name – his full name is Al-Massih ad-dajjal.
Dajjal is the name given to the Islamic Antichrist which Jesus is supposed to defeat in the eschaton.
This series has already sparked controversy and it hasn’t even aired yet. There have already been 3,500 people who have signed petitions on Change.org not to air it.
Messiah should not be confused with the controversial “First Temptation of Christ” where a Brazilian comedy group produced a TV satire where Jesus is Gay.
There are many Muslims that are offended by the Messiah series and many Christians who are thinking that the show is depicting a reimaging of Jesus.
Well in many ways, yes but in a lot of ways the “messiah” of this series is not Jesus and many Muslims are complaining that using the name Al-Massih ad-dajjal is a dead giveaway.
It is being called evil and anti-Islamic propaganda.
The character’s name translates to “false Messiah” or “anti-Christ” in Arabic, prompting many Arabic viewers on Twitter to claim the ending of the series was already spoiled. The series, which is due for release on January 1, imagines how modern society would react if a Messiah figure appeared today, spreading his message via social media.
Referred to by some characters as ‘Al-Masih’, the character plans to march 2,000 Palestinian Syrians across the border of Israel.
With his movement gathering global attention and momentum, CIA officer Eva Geller, played by American actress Michelle Monaghan, is sent to investigate.
The TV show has multiple narrators, including Officer Geller, an Israeli Shin Bet officer, a Palestinian refugee, a Latino preacher, and his Texan daughter.
Muslim viewers on Twitter have slammed the show for its predictability and inauthentic representation of Islam.
Some Twitter users claim to have been blocked by the official Netflix account for speaking about Dajjal as they say it is a big plot twist.
But the trailer seems to be a bit obvious that the story is about an Islamic devil claiming to be the son of God.
It is also obvious when you see in the trailer that this new Messiah seems to show up in all sorts of places including Syria, Israel and at the Dome of the Rock.
It looks as if the New Year may be the year that we will be hearing more murmurings about the antichrist and of course we have been hearing a lot about the Satanic Temple and Children’s books that show you how to empower sigils to summon demons.
Meanwhile, the Superior General of the Jesuit Order told reporters on Tuesday that the devil is real, after making headlines in August by stating that Satan is a symbol, not a person.
Fr. Arturo Sosa, SJ held a press conference in the beginning of December to declare that the new year may bring with it the appearance of the great deceiver.
He stated: Satan “is the one who stands between God’s plan and his work of salvation accomplished in Christ, because he has made this irreversible and free decision, and he wants to drag others to reject the merciful God, who prefers to give his life to save instead of to condemn.
He has stated before that the Devil and demons do not have bodies but can occupy the elect.
Sosa has offered controversial comments about Satan in the past. In 2017, he told El Mundo that “we have formed symbolic figures such as the Devil to express evil.”
In the book, Simulacra and Simulation, by Jean Baudrillard, symbols shape reality and even though many do not know the meaning of the symbols many of them do resonate with us for some reason and our minds are drawn to them. Certain colors stimulate sexual feelings; certain sounds can be triggers that bring back memories, smells, even enjoyable of even tragic moments in our lives.
Symbolism can either reveal certain truths, or it can obscure or hide real intent and purpose. The question is why are the symbols being used, are they part of a greater ritual and what is the purpose of the ritualism and simulation? Will it make an imprint on the people who witness it? Is it coincidence or intentional.
Like it or not symbolism always affects our decisions and our subconscious. Those who have studied deep occult symbolism will know that sacred geometry and other factors are responsible for choice and enticement.
Numbers also are used to construct a complex matrix that effectively can vex those who associate numbers and symbols to various archetypes in the zeitgeist.
Biblical passages tell us to look for signs and wonders — symbols that can be seen as an omen to nations. During astrological events, like the solstice, moon phases and alignments – powerful rituals are said to be carried out by sinister forces that wield great power, for lack of a better term. These sinister forces are part of what is called the hidden left hand of power or the Illuminati.
It is said that a dark prophecy is set to be fulfilled as the so-called Illuminati, and several other dark arts cults will use ritual and binding spells to bring to power an anointed initiate that will claim a restored bloodline to King David. However, there will also be the uncomfortable possibility that this king also possesses the bloodline of the dark forces.
The elite want to control who will be the anointed leader of what they see as the creation of God on Earth and it will be in their planning for a tribulation that will confuse the elect, One might understand that all ritual and the effects will have multiple meaning to each sect of religious belief.
The overall Gnostic outcome will be Luciferian in nature and will promise the new age of enlightenment or Illuminism.
Mankind will demonstrate for the entire world at a select location the powers of Alpha and Omega those declaring all power over what is called creational mechanics.
There are many places where rituals of this kind can take place – most are based in sacred toponomy such as the 33rd North parallel. However, there are still potential locations for temples and other sites that can be used for this purpose.
The Russian government recently announced that it will partner with the Syrian government in reconstructing the ancient temple to the pagan god Ba’al in Palmyra. If successful, the project will necessarily mark the third incarnation of the Roman Victory Arch of Palmyra which an ancient Jewish source states must fall and be rebuilt three times before the arrival of the Messiah.
The temple was built on the site of a prior pagan temple dating back to the third millennium BCE. The most recent of the temples were dedicated in 32 CE. Converted into a Christian church during the Byzantine Era, parts of the structure were modified into a mosque by Muslims in 1132.
Before the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War in 2011, Palmyra was a popular tourist attraction, drawing 105,000 visitors a year. The temple and much of the site was destroyed by the Islamic State (ISIS) in 2015.
Mentioned more than 90 times in the Bible, most notably when Elijah defeated the priests of Ba’al, also known as Moloch, in a contest to bring down fire from heaven to burn a sacrifice, Ba’al became the archetypical form of idol worship.
Followers of Ba’al engaged in bisexual orgies and sacrificed human infants, burning them alive. Anthropologists conjecture that child sacrifice was to cull the population after the inevitable outcome of wanton sexuality.
It is also interesting to note that from now until March of 2020, a giant statue of Molech, the god of the ancient Canaanites will be displayed at the Roman Coliseum a holy Catholic shrine.
Molech is the pagan god who required his devotees to toss their children into his fiery belly as an act of worship. The location of the display is particularly worth noting since the Roman Coliseum is where many early Christians were slaughtered at the hands of lunatic dictators fearful of a faith they could not stop.
Previously, the Catholic Church had made the Coliseum a sacred site to honor these first Christians martyred for their faith, even placing Stations of the Cross there for the faithful to contemplate their sacrifice. Now it’s guarded by the pagan god Molech, whose demand for child sacrifice has been compared to the modern epidemic of abortion, and the faithful are greeted with a statue honoring a pagan deity whose murderous spirit still seeks to kill children.
Many people upon observing such sacrilege would write it off as being a part of the cultural leanings.
In the United States, there may be a few people that will say that we are too sophisticated to fall for such Satanic or Luciferian trappings.
However, we have erected temples to demonic deities and they can be found in Washington DC.
Our Nation’s Capital sits in the District of Columbia. It was planned and laid down to secret coded specifics that indicate ancient symbolism and each symbolic edifice and street all points to a secret that is about to be revealed. A secret that everyone wants to hear but will be frightened when they hear it.
It is laid out like a huge inverted Pentagram. With the Whitehouse sitting in what is called the “head” of the Pentagram. The Inverted Pentagram is considered a satanic Symbol. It represents the Goat or Baphomet. Why would it be laid out this way and who could see it from above?
The Baphomet adorned with the Pentagram has also been considered a depiction of Sophia in the Gnostic sense. Shekinah rested on the Mercy Seat of the Ark and the Covenant that resided in the Holy of Holies in Solomon’s Temple. The Holy of Holies was in the midst of the twin towers of Solomon and in it, was great knowledge about God and the Adversary. It was the chief stone or rock where all things revolved. It had a numeric value of 216. 216 is 6 cubed. 6 by 6 by 6 or 666.
The pentagram represents the intricate bloodlines and the womb of the fortress. Its symbolism comes from Sirius the Dog Star from the bloodline of Cain. Some believe that this symbol is the mark of Cain and that the secret is that the bloodline that is meant to corrupt comes from murderers and heretics.
In the Old Testament, we hear of the Mark of Cain. In Hebrew, it is called the ‘owth, which indicates a sign, an omen, a warning, or a remembrance. In the Torah, the same word is used to describe the symbol of the star. The direct line from the heaven’s star people . If anyone kills anyone with the Mark of Cain they shall feel god’s wrath.
The Canaanites were a Jewish sect referred to in both the Old and New Testament. It is easy to forget the connection between Cain and the land of Canaan, and assume that Cain was never forgiven by God. Throughout genealogies of the Judeo-Christian Bible, Cain’s bloodline remained in the Jewish, Islamic, and Christian bloodlines. Their Bloodline was often referred to as the Blood of the Old ones. The Blood of Isis, Ra and El or Elohim.
Can you imagine how the world would react if we were to have in power a half-blood dualist minister?
What about a man who within him is the secret of both corrupt and non-corrupt bloodlines. There would be the schism of the reverent and profane fighting within one man.
What if this man were to show his immense power and that with that power he would be able to organize a religiopolitical that would gain multitudes of followers?
This man would declare to the world that he had the Blood of Cain (The Elder Gods) and the Blood of the tribe of Israel flowing through him.
This has been the quest of the elite for thousands of years. To bring “balance” to the bloodlines and appoint a leader that has both the blood of the reptile and mammalian. It is represented by the “spear” or the Hebrew “Qayin” The Red and the Blue and the Cross of Lorraine.
The Cross of the Lorraine is the double-cross. It’s a symbol that has connotations in the occult, alchemy as well as freemasonry.
There is a Holy Grail poem by Charles Péguy that uses the cross and its double bars to describe the divine rule and dual bloodlines of the new man.
The arms of Jesus are the cross of Lorraine,
Both the blood in the arteries and the blood in the vein,
Both the source of grace and the clear fountain;
The arms of Satan are the cross of Lorraine
And the same arteries and the same vein,
And the same blood and the same troubled fountain.
There is a variation of the cross known as the Leviathan’s cross – a symbol that is associated with the Illuminati, and the Antichrist.
The Double Cross symbol or the Cross or Lorraine is a symbol that was adopted by the Knights Templar circa the 12th century AD, which after the Templars were crushed in the 14th century their traditions and secrets slowly evolved and crystallized to modern-day freemasonry which was officially recorded as being established in 18th century England.
In some depictions of Baphomet the goat – the symbol of crossed swords or even Leviathan’s cross appears subliminally pleased at the feet of the goat. It is been believed that at one time the Knights Templar worshipped the goats head. It was seen by the church as blasphemy.
Baphomet is an enigmatic, goat-headed figure found in several instances in the history of occultism. From the Knights Templar of the Middle-Ages and the Freemasons of the 19th century to modern currents of occultism, Baphomet never fails to create controversy. But where does Baphomet originate from and, most importantly, what is the true meaning of this symbolic figure?
Throughout the history of Western occultism, the name of the mysterious Baphomet is often invoked. Although it became a commonly known name in the twentieth century, mentions of Baphomet can be found in documents dating from as early as the 11th century. Today, the symbol is associated with anything relating to occultism, ritual magic, witchcraft, Satanism and esoterica. Baphomet often pops up in popular culture to identify anything occult or even linked to Satan Worship.
One long-time Catholic exorcist has sounded an alarm over what he called an uptick in “aggressive Satanism,” especially among young people, which he insists is due in part to the rapid growth of cultural secularism and the open embracing of occult symbolism.
Among other things, Dominican Father Francois Dermine said, exposure to the demonic at a young age encourages violence, ranging from bullying to more serious manifestations.
“Satanism is getting much more aggressive and also diffused,” Dermine said.
With an ever-aging church-going population in Western society and a growing list of scandals, the Church is no longer seen as a valid resource for youth looking for answers.
What is most aggravating is that there are many of the older faith that really does not have a grasp of modern Satanism.
Modern Satanism is not about worshipping any external forces – real or spiritual but instead, worshipping oneself.
This does not mean that there no darker cults and fraternities that practice theistic Satanism.
Theistic Satanic cults and darker practitioners do their work in secret and are more likely not involved in modern Satanic practice.
The truth is that any exorcist can say what they want about Satanism but what is being dealt with now is far more complex and all that is needed is the dual minister to infiltrate government or even be a pontifex of a major religion to organize an imperial cult that can be described as being ruled by what can be seen as an Antichrist.