The world seems to be winding its way into a messianic dimension. It is a dimension that always seems to overlap in our reality, and with it comes the frightening reality of what is truly fueling the wars and the contention between Iran, Israel and the United States.

All streams of Islam believe in a divine savior, known as the Mahdi, who will appear at the End of Days. It is denied by the government but widely believed that the president of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his cabinet have signed a “contract” pledging themselves to work for the return of the Mahdi and sent it to Jamkaran.
Iran’s dominant “Twelver” sect believes this will be Mohammed ibn Hasan, regarded as the 12th Imam, or righteous descendant of the Prophet Mohammad.
He is said to have gone into “occlusion” in the ninth century, at the age of five. His return will be preceded by cosmic chaos, war and bloodshed. After a cataclysmic confrontation with evil and darkness, the Mahdi will lead the world to an era of universal peace.
This is similar to the Christian vision of the Apocalypse.
According to the belief, the Hidden Imam is expected to return in the company of Jesus.
Ahmadinejad appears to believe that these events are close at hand and that ordinary mortals can influence the divine timetable. In other words, mankind can nudge God in order to bring about the Apocalypse. It is as if there is an apocalyptic blueprint or directions that can be obtained to ritualistically summon the divine leader.
This has always been the worry of Jewish and American leaders. Having a man with such beliefs obtaining Nuclear weapons is a frightening thought. It is the underlying fear that is driving a confrontation with Iran. The fear of extremism
.The unspoken question is this: is Ahmadinejad now tempting a clash with the West because he feels safe in the belief of the imminent return of the hidden Imam? Worse, might he be trying to provoke chaos in the hope of hastening his reappearance?
It seems to be spreading like a disease.
Recently worshippers at the Temple Mount in Israel were told they could not come in because a group had issued flyers saying that the Temple Mount should be “cleansed” from the enemies of Israel.
The flyers found near the compound read: “Members of the Likud Caucus, along with its thousands of members, headed by Moshe Feiglin are hereby invited to arrive at Temple Mount and praise God, and declare that healthy leadership begins with total control over Temple Mount.
“(Let us) purify this place from the enemies of Israel, who rob lands, and build the Temple on the ruins of mosques. We need not be afraid!”

The Flyer encouraged the destruction of the Temple Mount in Israel, a signal of the Abomination of desolation, a fulfilling of prophecy where the Temple would be destroyed and upon its ruins the new temple of Solomon would be built. The destruction of the Mosque is an apocalyptic sign of the last days.
The Beirut River mysteriously turned blood red on February the 15th, causing an outbreak of apocalyptic hysteria. Business owners in the area said that there have been other times that the river had changed colors, but the red color had created an amounting sense of fear amongst the locals.
Afterwards government officials investigated the incident and found that factory had illegally dumped red dye into the river creating the hysteria. As much as we would like to think that the Apocalypse is nonsensical, there are many things that can and will trigger an emotional response because of how we are wired.
The collective unconscious has been layered with apocalyptic visions and so when we are faced with our own mortality, and we see things that remind us of what is considered apocalyptic, the reaction can be powerful, and it can blur reality until someone comes along and explains it as something more mundane.
However there isn’t always the refuge of having someone revealing that it is something normal. That is when the paranormal takes over and the Apocalypse we were told is nonsense becomes common and needs to be considered. When the paranormal around us is abundant it is a common reaction to reflect on disasters foretold, and on the fulfillment of prophecy. We seldom acknowledge that when prophecies appear to be fulfilled, we act as if we are shocked that any of these events are connected and some people for fear of reprisal downplay what appears to be fulfilled prophecy.
Everyone projects unknown ends and many say that the world will still stand. It will take a lot of turmoil in cataclysm to bring down this earth, yet those who live on its surface have a cosmic relationship with Gods and demons and both are very real to many people.
They appear out of nowhere and their names turn up in many odd places. By the signs you see them, in pretext they will be the harbingers and warning signs. Many will understand while others will laugh and will continue believing that they are unaffected even though the consciousness of the planet weakens and it becomes blighted by the spiritual neglect that we are beginning to see in this world today.
We are angry without direction, hungry and not fed, sad with no one to dry our tears and hateful looking for the one scapegoat that we can all blame is the demon hidden under the skin of our brother or neighbor.
The idea of a Satan may not sit well with people, and others find it liberating to demonize a group of people and blame them for all of the apocalyptic evil in the world.
I have stated many times on this program that beliefs and core beliefs direct the world. If you are among the minority, whose core beliefs do not reside in the medieval struggles of good and evil, or the mythological views that there is a battle between God and the devil you may think that apocalyptic conversations do not affect you.
However they do, and whether you like it or not the Commanders of the faith on this planet have now learned that the Apocalypse can be used as a blueprint to coerce a majority of the faithful into believing that their divine leadership will be a beacon in the darkness.
In 2008, Rick Santorum gave a speech at Ave Maria University claiming that Satan is now attacking America. The speech has finally turned up as a headline in 2012, a year where there is an acute awareness for all things apocalyptic. The question is why is it an issue now? Do we have a heightened awareness about satanic influences in the world because we sense that the Apocalypse is happening or is this just an attempt to spark a mimetic trigger in the consensus?
Furthermore if Rick Santorum truly believes that we are under demonic attack, should we question his sanity? Or are we in an agreement that there is a war against Christianity and that it is time to admit that the war with Satan is real and it is important to be victorious in a crusade to either convert or wipe out anyone who does not uphold the beliefs of a Judeo-Christian God.
It was in October of last year that the Vatican had issued a warning to all priests that there was a need for exorcists because the church was declaring war on Satan. It was recently reported that there is a plot to kill the pope and a conspiracy by the secret societies and black lodges to carry it out within the year. Santorum is a Roman catholic and it seems that he sees himself as a warrior for God, a beacon to fight the demons that have a hold on America. Santorum states in his speech:
“This is not a political war at all. This is not a cultural war. This is a spiritual war.”
Does this send a chill down anyone’s spine? Do the words of Rick Santorum frighten you? He obviously believes that the United States is under a demonic attack from Satan and his minions.
I would report all of the time that the elite are taking advantage of spiritual belief and using it as a cudgel for their own gain. I am not questioning Santorum’s beliefs nor am I criticizing them, but is it really oil that we are after in these wars, is it resources or is it a spiritual domination and world religious adherence as we prepare for the general consensus’ need for a second coming or eschaton?
I am concerned with the timing of such statements and what the repercussions might be.
Especially as we read that 2000 Afghani protesters gathered outside the main Military base in Afghanistan because it was discovered that personnel had burned religious artifacts including a copies of the Koran.
The American people hate Afghanistan so much that most of the commentary left in blogs on the internet is that they deserve that treatment. This is the second time in recent memory that Islam and respect for Islam has been degraded. The last time is when American soldiers were recorded urinating on dead Afghani farmers.
There is a religious hatred that is spreading in the war and the people of the Middle East are being seen by American as religious fanatics that need to be neutralized for the betterment and survival of Christian values.
While an American presidential Candidate says that Satan is attacking The United States.
Satan is doing more than that.
If there is truly a Satan he seems to have convinced an entire world that the only way to win a spiritual war is use an apocalyptic blueprint to provoke God into implementing a scorched earth policy.

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