The drying up of the Euphrates River is one of the ancient prophecies now trending on Twitter and is gaining momentum in the fulfillment of biblical prophecy. The receding waters have revealed many ancient archeological sites, including mysterious caves which some people believe imprisoned the 4 fallen angels as mentioned in Revelation 9:14. What is most terrifying is that those who have been walking through the dry areas are hearing wailing sounds as if they are coming from underground. Moreover, the geopolitical climate is revealing a Gog and Magog scenario as the Book of the Apocalypse appears to be coming to fruition. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with Pastor Paul Begley about ANGELS UNCHAINED.
Behind all political battles, social critiques, and theoretical inquiries lies the most fundamental question: when left to our own accord, how will we interact with one another? How one answers this question usually goes a long way to how one perceives the world, how issues are viewed, and opinions are formed.
To our dismay, potential answers are typically presented in dualities. Are we good or evil? Competitive or cooperative? Generous or greedy? Violent or peaceful?
A common theme among religions has been that human beings are “born into sin” and heavily influenced by “evil forces” to do harmful things. One who embraces this theme will tend to have less faith in humanity than one who does not. For, if we really are engaging in a daily struggle to resist the powers of evil, it is reasonable to assume that evil will take hold of many. How can we trust anyone who, at a moment’s notice, could potentially lose the ability to act on their own conscience?
There was actually a headline published the other day wondering if God was punishing the United States.
The Jerusalem Post started spinning some apocalyptic dot connecting over how the United States is being used in the plan for the great apocalypse and apostasy.
People who earnestly study scriptures for clues and many more who are only comfortable — in public, anyway — going so far as saying something akin to: “Hmm, this sounds familiar.”
That is often followed by a nervous laugh.
For me, the awkward laugh I make is because deep down I am a little frightened at how we all say we believe in prophecy but we throw our hands in the air and rationalize that it is all some bad interpretation — by some conspiracy theorist.
Dystopian narratives have long been an alluring and thought-provoking form of entertainment, especially for those who take an interest in studying social and political structures. From classics like 1984 and Brave New World there is one book not considered entertaining as much as it so intriguing.
That book is the Bible.
I guess you could say the book of the apocalypse certainly is the inspiration for all fictional horror stories about the end of the world.
The only difference is that fiction seems to have a built-in safety net as a novelty — the Bible is certainly a supernatural oracle into what we are told is true prophecy that will be fulfilled over time.
The only problem is that no one can agree on what prophecies have been fulfilled and what prophecies haven’t.
I think the biggest appeal to the book of the apocalypse has really nothing to do with anything spiritual — it has everything to do with how the theater if the mind can create so many monsters and horrors — that the energy that it invokes creates some fear and when converted into energy can be a motivation to get your house in order — because when the man comes around he will certainly know who gets to go with him to kingdom come.
Our lives are driven by fear. Fear leads us to spend and consume; fear leads us to withdraw from our communities, and fear leads us to apathy regarding our own social and political processes. This fear is conditioned as much as it is natural.
With this in mind, the bible can be used as a handbook for the ruling class. One that they can use to make a checklist of what can be mocked to put the fear of God and death into the mix of terrors they already orchestrate in our lives.
The technocratic philosophy is that since love and fear can hardly exist together if we have to make a choice between them, it is far safer to be feared than loved.
The idea of apocalypse is a central tenet of human society. We’ve been taught about Armageddon, judgment day, and the rapture and in a fit of doublethink — we hope it doesn’t happen and yet we wait like a kid at Christmas wondering if today will be the day that the world will take its last collective breath.
Elon Musk recently tweeted that he believed our time is just about up. Politicians like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez admonished us that if we did nothing to combat Climate change we would have 12 years left. Just in case you are counting she said it 3 years ago, and so did Bernie and many so-called scientists concurred.
That means we have less than 10 years according to their alleged expert guess.
Politicians and climate experts know how to use the widespread deployment of fear which ultimately keeps us in our place, and out of the business of those who really rule the world.
If we are to believe the bible we are certainly well on the road to becoming part of the imperial cult that is led by the antichrist.
But again people love to have their antichrist du jour from the Pope. to Barack Obama, to Trump and the only reason they feel the way they do is because they don’t see eye to eye with them politically.
The Bible is supposed to be the word for the entire world and yet the apocalypse has become so America-centric. If we paid attention to what is happening all over the world we would shudder to realize that every day there is a reason to believe that prophecy is being fulfilled.
If we were able to pry ourselves from FOX News, CNN, and MSNBC long enough to be informed about worldwide events, we would probably be a lot more worried about Jesus Returning, The Mahdi showing up– or even the Jewish Mashiach appearing in the middle of the interfaith facility at the United Arab Emirates.
The Abrahamic Family House is scheduled to open in Abu Dhabi this year.
It will consist of three main buildings—a mosque, a church, and a synagogue. A project of the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity (HCHF), the Abrahamic Family House was inspired by the 2019 Document on Human Fraternity signed by Pope Francis and Grand Imam Ahmed el-Tayeb. According to the Chairman of the HCHF, the site “epitomizes interfaith harmonious coexistence and preserves the unique character of each religion.”
The main push for harmonizing the three Abrahamic faiths comes from Pope Francis. He has long advocated for various religions to unite under common beliefs and values. The hitch is that the common beliefs and values described in the Document on Human Fraternity are mostly humanistic values—tolerance, acceptance, fraternity, mutual understanding, and so forth. God is mentioned but He is a generic God.
He has created all human beings equally and wants them to live together in peace and harmony as brothers and sisters in an ecumenic faith.
It is literally an establishment of the world church in a Muslim-ruled country.
The whole project pretends that, despite their diversity, all religions are more or less the same; all teach peace, equality, and freedom. When bad things happen, it’s not the fault of religion but of “deviation from the teachings of religions.”
Although the publicity for the Abrahamic Family House says that “the unique character of each religion” will be preserved, that seems unlikely. What seems more likely is a watering down of the unique character of each religion. That already seems to have happened.
For example, the Document on Human Fraternity makes no mention of the fact that Christians believe that God is a Trinity. There is also no mention of Jesus Christ, the Second Person of the Trinity who came to earth to reveal these and other truths to mankind. The “unique character” of Christianity is that it was founded by Christ, the Son of God.
Yet, belief in the Trinity and in the divinity of Christ is not shared by Jews and Muslims. In fact, the religion of Islam vehemently rejects these beliefs. So, the price of entry into the Abrahamic House is to de-emphasize the central elements of the Christian ideology.
Whether or not Jews and Muslims will dilute their faiths correspondingly is another matter.
This has been declared an attempt at establishing a church that is antichristian — and thus Pope Francis the man behind this is a fraud or a false prophet.
The Pope seems to be diluting the divinity of Christ in order to create this church of equality.
If Christ’s claim about being the son of God was untrue, that would make Him not only a boastful fraud but also dangerously deceptive—some people claim that this is evidence of a new imperial cult in the making organized by a false prophet looking for a great unifier to bring the faiths together.
Christ certainly is not that unifier according to the Pope.
There is also some turbulent controversy being had in the Anglican church as well. Prince Charles of course is the oldest King in waiting.
At 73 years of age, it has been said that he might just be the bridge to his son William’s reign — but has made statements about how he would like to see the coronation of the King Change.
When he does succeed Queen Elizabeth II, he said he would drop one of the monarchy’s core mottos.
While he would have to continue her work in the most part, he may also choose to make some alterations to his reign. In the past he has expressed his desire to change the wording of his future position and also change his name.
While many believe he will retain the moniker of King Charles the III — he can also choose names given to him at birth. He can also call himself King Philip, King George. or even King Arthur.
There is speculation that Charles has seriously considered changing his name to Arthur once he becomes King.
Some believe that the story of King Arthur’s return would be used to bring about the kingdom of the Antichrist.
Images in the Book of Revelation relate to King Arthur—particularly the image of the red dragon on the flag of Wales being the beast in Revelation, a sign of the Antichrist.
Arthur returning to save his Kingdom is an Anglo-Israeli legend where Arthur becomes a symbol of Christ and rules in place of Christ.
The monarch possesses a litany of titles when they accede to the British throne.
The Queen’s full title is currently “Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith”.
When Prince Charles eventually takes her position, he will inherit those titles, but he has voiced his intention to change the “Defender of the Faith” moniker.
Bestowed on King Henry VIII in 1517 by the Pope, it reflects the monarch’s position as supreme governor of the Church of England.
As such, it relates to their ability to preserve the national faith, which, since Henry VIII’s rule is Christianity.
However, in the more than 500 years since the title came into being, the UK’s religious landscape has markedly diversified.
Prince Charles and William recognize this and so they wish to tale on a new interfaith identity.
Prince Charles wishes to change his moniker as “Defender of Faith” instead.
He revealed his intentions in 2008, in a bid to add a contemporary spin to the monarchy.
The Prince has said that he wants to be seen as a defender of all religious faiths and not just the Anglican church but the Coronation is an Anglican ceremony. Any change would require legislation.
Both Charles and William have said that they would consider changing their names when crowned king and both said they would prefer Arthur.
Prince William’s full name is William Arthur Philip Louis Mountbatten-Windsor.
Two Royal Families in Great Britain have claimed of them to be descendants of the Royal House of David, a Bloodline that supposedly produced many of the ruling Houses of Europe today, including the British Monarchy and the current ruling House of Windsor.
The other family important to this lineage is the Scottish House of Stuart (Spencer), whose most infamous descendant was the late Princess Diana.
While there is a discrepancy as to whether or not the Windsor claims to the Throne of England are legitimate (being descendants of the Germanic House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha), most agree that the Stuart lineage is not only the rightful heirs to the Throne of England (and Scotland), ye also to the Throne of David, and Israel itself.
In light of this, it was therefore of paramount importance that the Windsor’s seek out a ‘Virgin ‘of the Merovingian Bloodline to marry /into/, in effect, to finally legitimize their long-held occult power and their alleged bloodline rule.
The descendant of this marriage would be a once and future king where both Charles and William could be seen as modern-day saviors of the world with the claimed bloodline from Jesus himself.
The dark secret is what they see would be a unique Christ descendant from such a union of their draconic lineages that would forever legitimize their tight grasp on the British Monarchy. Therefore, this intriguing and most infamous of arranged marriages between Charles and Grail Princess Diana was not hatched solely by the Windsors themselves it was of a more ancient design and connected to the Knights Templar.
SHOW GUEST: PAUL BEGLEY
Pastor Paul Begley is a fourth generational preacher from West Lafayette, IN and hosts a weekly telecast called the “Coming Apocalypse.” Pastor Paul