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Clyde Lewis | September 23, 2019
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We are now at a point in time where we weigh impossibilities and inevitabilities. It seems to be a never-ending paradox. The world, at the moment, seems unreal as we now understand that uncertainty is a certainty and that change can cause great upheavals that can affect us for years or even lifetimes.

Many of us who were raised in Christian families were told about various events that would happen in the future that would indicate that we would witness something called the last dispensation.

In Christianity, dispensations were established through Adam, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus Christ.

The Abrahamic faiths maintain a linear cosmology, with end-time scenarios containing themes of transformation and redemption.

In Judaism, the term “end of days” makes reference to the Messianic Age and includes an in-gathering of the exiled Jewish Diaspora, the coming of the Messiah, the resurrection of the righteous, and the world to come.

Some sects of Christianity depict the end time as a period of tribulation that precedes the second coming of Christ, who will face the Antichrist along with his power structure and usher in the Kingdom of God.

In Islam, the Day of Judgment is preceded by the appearance of the al-Masih al-Dajjal, and followed by the descending of Isa (Jesus). Isa will triumph over the false messiah, or the Antichrist, which will lead to a sequence of events that will end with the sun rising from the west and the beginning of the Judgment Day.

Non-Abrahamic faiths tend to have more cyclical world-views, with end-time eschatologies characterized by decay, redemption, and rebirth.

We have been hearing about these events a lot longer than we can recall. Events that yield the same outcomes and that have been part of our cultural fears for thousands of years. Events are happening around us that point to a kind of Apocalypse where the literal meaning is actually happening and things that have usually carry the veneer of being “normal” have now turned paranormal and in some cases frightening and have caused us to become pensive where we are in the universe.

The paradigm is shifting, the veil is lifting and events are baffling. We all seem to concede that all of the massive change can be attributed to God, angels, demons or aliens. However all of these conclusions are the accepted insanity for the moment and as any Fortean will tell you, this is purely business as usual in the apocalypse and business will continue as long as there are people pushing for an eschaton or second coming of Jesus, or the coming of a Mahdi, or some magical deliverer that has the magic touch.

Admittedly, events that are showing up in the news appear to be similar to what we have read about in bible prophecy. The dreams and nightmares are manifesting in unbelievable events. Stories that include earthquakes, eclipses, planet collisions, visits from “angels”, “demons” “space elders” and of course the return of a messianic God.

All of these events are part of a universal core belief that exists in the three major monotheistic religions. This leaves the people of the world in a very vulnerable position.

People in power are very capable of using the various prophecies from Nostradamus, the Koran, the Talmud, and the Bible as blueprints for control.

We have seen how psychological operations can actually exploit the belief system of a religious group and we see the reaction and wonder how it all can happen. We react by feigning our sophistication with such matters claiming that “We do not react in such ways when confronted with the silliness of our beliefs.”

Many people though are seriously being vigilant and are preparing for what is to come.

There have been many vigilant Christians who have sent me e-mails warning me about the great deception. The deception they speak of usually has something to do with fallen angels and aliens and how there will be a time where the elect will be deceived into worshipping them as false gods.

Well, this great deception has another definition that I want to share and that is the great apostasy that is created by Luciferian elements within the body of the invisible church.

The apostacy will be forged with intentions of peace and a united front with all religions. This new religious order has an agenda that many Christians, Jews, and Muslims will certainly be in agreement with.

Well-known science fiction author H.G. Wells, a Fabian socialist, was forthcoming in his book “The New World Order” where all aspects of his fictions were seriously brought into reality in nonfiction where nothing was out of the question in bringing forth the totalitarian state including the changing of religious belief in order to sustain beliefs in a new form of collectivism or statism that will be used as way to create a new order for a new generation that will be ready to accept all things that we see as outrageous and unbelievable.

Wells, in his book, “The New World Order,” was quoted as saying “Countless people will hate the New World Order and will die protesting against it.” Wells said that the eventuality would be that the Earth would be ruled by an oligarchy of enlightened elites that would be under the control of a shadow brotherhood that carries out their affairs with an intercession between beings of an unknown origin.

We would be reduced to nothing more perpetual children under the governorship of the daddy state or a religious collectivism under a new faith towards a different god – or perhaps no god at all.

The process would be undertaken for generations in order to ensure the collective thought to embrace that which was once seen as abhorrent:

“A sturdy and assertive variety of the new young will be needed for the police work of the world. They will be more disposed for authority and less teaching or creative activities than their fellows. The old proverb will still hold for the new order that it takes all sorts to make a world, and the alternative to driving this type of temperament into conspiracy and fighting it and, if you can, suppressing it, is to employ it, win it over, trust it, and give it law behind it to respect and enforce. They want a loyalty and this loyalty will find its best use and satisfaction in the service of world order.” — H.G. Wells

It has been the objective of many secret societies to create an event where the people of the planet earth will be forced to unite under one philosophy, one religious-political order and one government body in order to establish a new theocracy known as ZION or SION. Zion is a word that in Greek means “Sun” or where the Sun dries the land. Zion is literally the establishment of the new “Solar awareness” to be lead by the new “Sun God.”

Throughout history, there have been many attempts to establish this “New Zion,” “New Age” or new “Solar Awareness.” These attempts resulted in death and war and every self-appointed leader promises that the ideal Zion would bring about ideal change.

Predictive programming acclimates the public to new ideas, trends and beliefs. Fundamentally, it forms compelling mental associations between emotionally-charged concepts and word patterns. The programming attempts to fuse emotive and abstract elements together, such as: “economic stability” and “new world order”, “global co-operation” and “new world order”, “new religious movements”– “new world order” New Green Deal New world order and underpinning everything – “security” and “Sustainability” under one flag.

The same shall be for the invisible church of the world as it will no longer need buildings for worship – it will be a religion based in symbology and will include all religions in an ecumenical blend for the purpose of one world religion.

There is a Latin term for the newly united church – it is called the Pactum De Singularis Caelum or the “covenant under one heaven”. It is the attempt to solidify a nationalist dictum providing a solid ecumenical backdrop for a religion that is all-encompassing and strong. Their agenda is to bring about a “global spirituality,” one that appears to be all-encompassing with Judaism, Islam, and Christianity but mingles Luciferian concepts.

The new spiritual model of unity and diversity holds that Jesus is only one of many religious ways. The themes of the new global spirituality include “All Things Are One” and “As Above, So Below“– terms that are associated with Hermeticism or ritual Magik. Basically meaning there is no external god. God is man, god is earth, god is nature. All is god and that we are not alone in the universe. It is proposed that we are guided and influenced by powers and principalities of unknown origin.

The stage is being set for the greatest politico-religious revolution that has ever been seen in history.

There has to be an event in history so bold that the newly formed ecumenical faith can mandate its power over civil governments. At this moment in time many people would say that this would be impossible. However, if some great event took place that would scare the flock into clinging to the new faith, then this ecumenical religious government could rise up and rule through intimidation and fear.

Argentinean Jesuit Jorge Mario Bergoglio took for his papal name Francis I upon ascending the papal throne, and he has been busy in his pontificate trying to unite the major world religions.

Francis has been pushing for a one-world religion since the beginning of his pontificate.

The idea of bringing forward a pseudo ecumenical messianic government is considered blasphemy by many Christians as they see Christ as the only way to their salvation.

Back in February of 2019, Pope Francis arrived in Abu Dhabi and met with the most important imam in Sunni Islam, Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb.

The Pope and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar signed a declaration of fraternity, calling for peace between nations, religions, and races. They did it 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 an ecumenical agreement made me feel a little uneasy because I was taught that ecumenical Babylon would be the church of the antichrist.

He then took a trip to Morocco to meet with King Mohammed VI and then went on to the school the king founded to counter violent strains of Islam by training imams and “murshid,” men and women preachers and spiritual guides. They were Muslim prayer leaders.

While many Christians saw this as an attempt to create Chrislam, which is the marriage between Christianity and Islam – there were others that called it a diplomatic attempt at goodwill and not anything to be preoccupied with.

Seven months after his first meetings with Muslim clerics and preachers it was announced that the United Arab Emirates will be the location for a new synagogue that will be part of the ‘Abrahamic Family House’ in Abu Dhabi, which will also feature a mosque and a church.

The structure will be the centerpiece of a multi-faith campus that will be open for Christians, Jews and Muslims to worship together.

Muslim United Arab Emirates promotes itself as a center of tolerance and says it supports religious freedom and cultural diversity. However, the government does not allow dissent against its leadership and is criticized by human rights groups for jailing activists.

An interfaith council will oversee the project in order to advance tolerance.

The shift in its attitude toward Jewish practice comes as ties between the UAE and Israel have quietly warmed-over shared concerns about Iran.

The UAE seems to be breaking ranks with Washington D.C. calling into question how reliable an ally it would be in the event of a war between the United States and Iran.

In the weeks since the United States dispatched naval reinforcements to the Persian Gulf to deter Iranian threats to shipping, the government of the United Arab Emirates has sent a coast guard delegation to Tehran to discuss maritime security, putting it at odds with Washington’s goal of isolating Iran.

It also announced a drawdown of troops from Yemen, where, alongside Saudi Arabia, it has been battling Iranian-backed Houthis for control of the country. That opened the door this past weekend to a takeover by UAE-backed separatist militias of the U.S.-supported government in the city of Aden.

A war between Saudi Arabia and Iran would likely stoke sectarian tensions throughout the Middle East since the war would represent a war between Sunni (Saudi Arabia) and Shia (Iran).

A war between Saudi Arabia and Iran would be a major event that would have a lot of adverse consequences worldwide. A war between Saudi Arabia and Iran would likely lead to severe Middle East turmoil, severe global economic turmoil, and increased political volatility worldwide.

One of the biggest clues of dispensationalists is President Trump is a champion for Israel.

He has even announced that the United States recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of the country. For run-of-the-mill, right-wing evangelicals, Trump’s decision is just plain good geopolitics: They believe that Israel is a force for good in the world, and anything that Washington does on its behalf helps both the United States and Christianity in general.

For the dispensationalists who are obsessed with the Rapture and the coming of end times, the Jerusalem decision is a sign and portent that Trump is willing to stand against the entire world, if necessary, to stand up for Israel. Mainline evangelicals often pretend that dispensationalists attract only a small number of folks. According to one poll, however, 65 percent of evangelical leaders identify with premillennialism — that’s the strand of Christian doctrine that involves the second coming of Jesus, a period of tribulation, and a 1,000-year reign of Christ on earth (with the Rapture happening at some point during that period).

No matter what happens, the Middle East has always been the flashpoint for the wars of prophecy and the end times watchdogs.

Strategies could be seen as prophetic for the times if Trump decides to create an explicit coalition of the willing against Iran, with Israel and Saudi Arabia as founding members, and some secret side agreements with Sunni terrorist organizations to carry the fight to the Iranian Shia.

For Trump’s purposes to maintain his power and support the confrontation with Iran would really have to be of biblical proportions.

Who would want to change horsemen in the middle of an apocalypse?

We may be seeing the fulfilling the Middle East agenda of the apocalyptic.

And, unfortunately, there’s more to come.

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.

Written by Clyde Lewis

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