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Ron Patton | February 14, 2019
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In the span of human history, we have seen on many occasions events that have changed the way mankind conducts its affairs. However, we have never lived in those times. Most of us have only read about them and romanticized the events as prophetic, epic, and miraculous to name a few overused adjectives.

History at times can be ruthless about events deemed tragic, and during times of victory can be overzealous about the events. This is all about projected beliefs and faith that these events occurred somewhere out of the blue, beyond the norm and therefore need to be mentioned and chronicled as life-changing.

We tend to think in terms of cause and effect or A causes B.

We are now in the twilight zone where “B” causes “A” and it is useless to over think or dismiss an open conspiracy about the moves towards following a blueprint for the apocalypse.

In 1928 W.I. Thomas came up with a very interesting theory. He said that “If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.” This is what has eventually become known as, Thomas Theorem.

His idea was that an interpretation of a situation causes the action. This interpretation is not objective. Actions are affected by subjective perceptions of situations. Whether there even is an objectively correct interpretation is not important for the purposes of helping guide individuals’ behavior.

Therefore all prophecies, events, and fulfillment must be declared by an authority that most people can agree is objective. This also, in my opinion, means that we will never know a true fulfillment of prophecy. We will never be able to get an honest disclosure.

There will always be the smirk and smug skeptic who will rule out anything that might even fulfill prophecy, declare a supernatural moment as valid and develop a faith-based movement through time that allows for probabilities to manifest. There are things that people think and believe are in existence, but only because they have faith that it is true.

Now if one has experienced an unexplainable event and they have no evidence of the strange event happening to them, does this mean it never happened to them? Is there a time where we can explain to people that the absence of proof is not necessarily proof of absence.

In the so-called science fiction apocalypse, movies and books often show us what comes after. It is a form of predictive programming that wished to paint a picture of how a few survive among the dead and the sick.

Whether it’s a pandemic, nuclear or environmental disaster, apocalypse, and destruction, it fascinates all of us. If science fiction is, as a literature of ideas that may transpire in the future, then apocalyptic science fiction is the literature of how ideas go wrong—an exploration of all of our bad possible futures, and what might happen after.

This can be seen on television shows like the Walking Dead or 28 Days Later. What is usually missed in these offerings is that while the zombies are the monsters we fear, the most horrible things are being done by the surviving humans to one another.

They truly focus an anti-social behavior and how after a disaster, humans will revert to some sort of base nature after an apocalyptic event.

But there seems to be a part of apocalypse theorem that is not covered and that is the possibility that when we sense that the end is near we revert to these behaviors beforehand.

For example, last year President Trump made a statement before his State of the Union address that he wanted to try and unite the country amid “tremendous divisiveness” and hoped he can do so without a traumatic event affecting Americans.

As we can see, President Trump is well aware of how we as Americans treat each other and says that it would be hard to unite the country without some traumatic event to bring us together.

Trump said the United States has long been divided, including during the impeachment of former president Bill Clinton. Trump also said that Americans usually come together during times of suffering.

So then is it a sound theory that people, sensing the end – treat each other badly and make decisions that push us closer to that event?

It has been said that humans tend to make their own monsters and conjure their own beasts with the greatest of intentions.

Sometimes I wonder if there is a conspiracy of sorts to immanentize the eschaton.

In political theory and theology, to immanentize the eschaton means that there is a concerted effort by a few individuals to bring about the apocalypse in the immanent world.

In the Catholic view of Christianity, the idea of immanentizing the eschaton or facilitating the end times is considered anti-Christian. The idea of bringing forward a pseudo ecumenical messianic government is considered blasphemy. And yet we are seeing before our eyes all faiths clamoring for an eschatological end to their lives in hopes that the heavens will open and God or someone who is most like him will return and gather up the faithful for that final ascension into the sky.

This is something that sounds very much like a theme from a science fiction movie. I know that there are many people of all of the major faiths that believe that their way of thinking should be the one true way at the time of the eschaton.

Pope Francis arrived in Abu Dhabi and met with the most important imam in Sunni Islam, Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb. During the meeting, a British news source reports that The Pope and the Muslim Imam signed a covenant of peace between nations.

According to the Guardian News—

The Pope and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar have signed a historic declaration of fraternity, calling for peace between nations, religions, and races, in front of a global audience of religious leaders from Christianity, Islam, Judaism and other faiths.

The document pledges that al-Azhar and the Vatican will work together to fight extremism. Claiming to be in the name of “all victims of wars, persecution and injustice”, it warns against a “third world war being fought piecemeal.”

It says: “We resolutely declare that religions must never incite war, hateful attitudes, hostility and extremism, nor must they incite violence or the shedding of blood.”

There was a concerted effort to make sure that all of the religions of the world were represented at this gathering.

According to the official Vatican website, a tremendous amount of preparation went into the drafting of this document, and it encourages believers from all religions “to shake hands, embrace one another, kiss one another, and even pray with one another.

In the document God and Allah are interchangeable – and it speaks of peace between all faiths.

In the document, it says that:

“Freedom is a right of every person: each individual enjoys the freedom of belief, thought, expression and action. The pluralism and the diversity of religions, color, sex, race, and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings. This divine wisdom is the source from which the right to freedom of belief and the freedom to be different derives. Therefore, the fact that people are forced to adhere to a certain religion or culture must be rejected, as too the imposition of a cultural way of life that others do not accept.”

In essence, this is saying that it is the will of God that there are hundreds of different religions in the world and that they are all acceptable in His sight.

We know that the elite wants a one world religion, but to see the most important clerics from both Catholicism and Islam make such a dramatic public push for ecumenical agreement – I always thought that this would be a sign that the world is preparing for a United Imperial cult.

The United Imperial cult is supposed to be ruled by a committee of disciples that answer to the antichrist.

Pope Francis announced that he is going to visit Morocco at the end of March. His trip will include a visit to a school training an international group of Muslim prayer leaders and preachers.

The trip in March will include a full slate of formal events, including a meeting with King Mohammed VI and a visit to the mausoleum of King Mohammed V, who negotiated the country’s independence from France and ruled until his death in 1961.

The visit to Morocco, where more than 99 percent of the population is Muslim, will give Pope Francis an opportunity to continue the reflections on Christian–Muslim relations he began in Abu Dhabi in February. As he did in the United Arab Emirates, he is expected to highlight 2019 as the 800th anniversary of the encounter of St. Francis of Assisi and Sultan al–Malik al–Kamil of Egypt.

The visit is being called “The Servant of Hope Tour” and includes a newly designed logo that represents the sun with the Crescent of Islam with and the cross of Christ in the middle.

Now, it can be theorized that as mankind becomes more and more used to a “global consciousness” and the globalist “dream” of world unity, as well as the ecumenical movement breaching doctrinal barriers for the sake of religious unity, it becomes entirely likely the coming Avatar, Beast, Anti-Christ or False Prophet will assume power in this way.

It is the attempt to unite the world under one faith – the recognition of a new God that unites in purpose and faith.

It can be said that the world is already being primed for it. It is being established so that in the event of a major worldwide crisis, a person could rise with calm assurance and strong charismatic leadership to lead the world into the New Age.

This leader would be exalted and anointed and a new Pontifex and officiate from a newly constructed headquarters or Temple where the world religion will organize.

Even though there is mounting evidence to show that prominent religious organizations and government institutions are being used to create the “beast’ system, it seems to be reflexively painful for the majority to admit that perhaps the prophecy of apostasy has conveniently been swept under the rug.

In the midst of all the noise comes a simple question, “How soon before judgment day?” Will there be the rapture and when there is will I be taken up or left behind for the final destruction of the earth? Is it healthy to even imagine that Messiah will return to rapture the worthy and slaughter the wicked?

Earlier this morning I remembered a Nostradamus prophecy that certainly would apply to what is happening in this era.

In the time of Nostradamus, there was a prophecy given about a space anomaly that will appear at the time the Pope leaves Rome.

In Century 2:41 Nostradamus speaks of a howling storm that precedes the appearance of a space anomaly that describes as a burning star in the sky. From there the Pope leaves.

“The great star will burn for seven days; the swarm will cause two suns to appear. The big mastiff will howl all night when the great pontiff will change his territory.”

Nostradamus saw the approach of some extraterrestrial threat and the Pope leaving Rome.

Now, I admit that Nostradamus quatrains can mean anything but think about this.

In January, the world witnessed a Super Blood Wolf Moon. Both Jewish and Christian clerics were speaking that these blood moons are most certainly are signs of the coming Apocalypse.


The world has been seeing some unbelievable storms as of late. The United States suffered one of the bitterest cold winters on record. Winds were making the wind chill fact way below zero. In fact, some areas of Mars were warmer than the areas affected by the Polar Vortex.

A strange storm also hit Hawaii where sustained winds were creating huge walls of water and snow actually fell on Maui.

On January 30th, 2019 we reported that back in 2002 scientists predicted that the earth would be hit by an asteroid on February 1st, 2019. The scientists claimed that it would be an extinction level event. After a few calculations, they claimed that there was a 1 in 7500 chance that we would suffer an event that would certainly bring the end of the world.

On February 1st, 2019 there was no extinction level event obviously, but a huge bolide meteor exploded over Cuba. It damaged homes in the area and fragments were scattered over the area.

Nine days later another bright light appeared over Venezuela. It was yet another bolide that exploded and created a huge fire in the area.

During this time the Pope had left his country and embarked on a crusade to unite both Islam and the Catholic Church.

Was Nostradamus describing this time in history where amidst the howling winds, the extraterrestrial events a Pope leaves his country to start what can be seen as the Imperial cult?

Some critics are even calling this the creation of “Chrislam.”

All of this appears to be the fulfillment of prophecy, and if this is the case, then how close are we to what many call the final judgment?

Judgment day, the rapture, and the second coming to all Christians is mystifying, and to some an inexplicable phenomenon, but it will not be a secret once it begins.

Written by Ron Patton

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