Deuteronomy 25:17-18 recounts one of the earliest attacks on the young and vulnerable Israelite nation: “Remember what Amalek did to you on your journey, after you left Egypt. How, undeterred, by fear of of Hashem (God), he surprised you on the march, when you were famished and weary, and cut down all the weak ones at your rear” (Deuteronomy 25:17-18). The enormity of this attack against the recently redeemed Nation of Israel was so consequential that it was recorded multiple times in the Bible. This narrative is read aloud in synagogues around the world on the Sabbath before Purim. The annual re-telling of this horrific event speaks to the attack’s significance. David Rubin, the founder and president of Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund (SICF), which treats child victims of terror in the Biblical Heartland, said the significance of this Biblical attack “provides us with lessons to help us learn how to confront enemies in our time.” (READ MORE)
Tragically, there have been more school shootings in America. Our prayers are with the survivors and with the families of the victims. Reports even indicate that one coach in the Parkland, Florida shooting used his own body to shield others. Jesus said, “Greater love has no man than that he lay down his life for his friends.” Many people are clamoring for gun control as if that would solve the problem. Of course, there used to be guns at school—long before there were school shootings. Rev. Paul Blair, a Baptist minister in Oklahoma of the organization Reclaiming America for Christ, wrote an article recently talking about guns in his own public school background. (READ MORE)
The mass school shooting that took place in South Florida was a tragic act of violence that shows demonic activity is alive. This shooting was purely from Satan. It was anti-God. It was evil. We have a desperate need for God’s peace. Now is the time to turn to God in prayer. I encourage you to pray through several psalms as you process what happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County, Florida. How Should You Pray, in Response to the Shooting? (READ MORE)
Contrary to popular opinion, religiosity is not on the decline in the United States but enjoys “persistent and exceptional intensity,” according to groundbreaking new research. In an analysis of recent scholarship, Glenn T. Stanton notes that while moderate religion is indeed slipping in the United States, intense religious belief and practice, especially among Christians, is holding strong and even increasing. A report last month by scholars from Harvard and Indiana Universities suggests that the secularization taking place in many advanced industrialized societies does not in fact hold for American culture, and that religiosity in the United States is growing ever more exceptional in comparison with the rest of the world. (READ MORE)
New York Jets linebacker Demario Davis delivered a passionate prayer during a recent episode of the “Sports Spectrum Podcast,” appealing to God for wisdom and guidance as the nation continues to face rising tensions and increased social debate. Davis, who spoke with host Jason Romano about his team’s decision to stand and link arms during the national anthem on Sunday, concluded the podcast by offering up a heartfelt invocation to God. “The issues facing our country, God, are just too big for us to handle, God, and we need divine intervention,” he said. “We need you, oh God. … we just turn away from our wicked ways, our wicked thoughts, our wicked treatment of others.” (READ MORE)
On Wednesday November 30, 2016, pastors and members of Congress, including former presidential candidate, Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz, met on Capitol Hill to pray. This wasn’t your usual Congressional-Clergy Town Hall get-together organized by Wallbuilders and the Jefferson Gathering. It was a specific, down-on-your-knees moment to accomplish a single major task—to ask God to cut Satan’s power from the US Capitol and to bring revival to the nation.
Dave Kistler of the North Carolina Pastors Network was in attendance and noted how US Senate Chaplain Barry Black preached and prophesied that a revival is coming to America and “will commence…in the halls of Congress.” Dale Walker of the Tennessee Pastors Network, also in attendance, agreed with this prophecy.
“If God rules in the halls of legislation, it’s the pulpit’s benefit of being there, being on site and standing up and speaking the law of God to our elected leaders and praying for them,” Walker said. “It’s been the absence of the pulpits is the reason why Satan has ruled in the halls of legislation.”
Kistler added that they were allowed to pray in the US Senate chamber as well as in the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Capitol.
“We got on our knees…and it sounded almost like a labor room as people were crying out to God for the revival that Chaplain Black believes is coming and that we believe is coming,” Kistler explained.
“To do that in the Senate chamber was an absolutely astounding opportunity, and again it puts an exclamation point on the Senate chaplain’s assessment that revival is on the way and may indeed begin in the halls of Congress.”[i]
Three months after that prayer meeting at the Capitol, Christian author Lance Wallnau went on the Jim Bakker Show and said God used Donald Trump to deliver “the nation from the spirit of witchcraft in the Oval Office.”
“The spirit of witchcraft was in the Oval Office, it was about to intensify to a higher-level demon principality, and God came along with a wrecking ball, shocked everyone, the church cried out for mercy and bam—God knocked that spirit out, and what you’re looking at [in the current hard-left resistance] is the manifestation of an enraged demon through the populace,” he added.[ii]
I do not believe Lance is aware of the information I provide in the upcoming book Saboteurs concerning the Babalon Working and the “spirit of witchcraft” that thought it was about to take the throne in DC, but either way, I am certain he is right about outrage from a prince of darkness over recent supplications to God for this country. In fact, in February, during a waning crescent moon, the first of many of the devil’s followers cast binding spells on President Trump to magically subvert his agenda. That event and several following have been covered in major media, from the Boston Globe and Rolling Stone to Breitbart and Reuters. As a reenergized spiritual movement, witchcraft, neo-paganism, and satanism have been experiencing a revolutionary (and I’m certain supernatural) energy that has allowed them capital to create a radical social presence in schools, on publicly owned lands, in courtrooms, and now in the political arena. Memes, the Internet, online discussion forums, experiential magic, and apathy in the local church have resulted in the emergence of occultism as the spirituality of choice by fashionable, trendy social warriors. Today’s Millennial witches and satanists are tech savvy too, and have made access to archaic invocations like “chaos magic” readily available online to anybody of any age who cares to peruse the libraries (or “Liber,” as Aliester Crowley would have called it) of forbidden knowledge so that they, too, can perform their own Babalon Workings. This catalyzing activism has resulted in so much public interest in “the craft” (defined by the Bible as “rebellion”) that joining Mephistopheles to subdue a US president no longer seems surreal—at least not by Obama’s agitators, whose hero Saul Alinsky dedicated his book Rules for Radicals to Lucifer, the original rebel. Even the Los Angeles Times invited Wiccan practitioner Diana Wagman to cast a spell on Trump and then followed by publishing her op-ed “I put a spell on you, Mr. President,”[iii] which detailed how people can conjure entities and elements to resist those who dare call on the Christian God.
The Pew Research Center points to eight years of Obama as a big part of the fertilizer that grew this degree of hostility toward Christianity and general belief in God.[iv] This naturally follows, as it was Obama himself who said in 2006 that “whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation,” and promised he would “fundamentally transform” America.[v]
Contrast that with another president—Donald Trump—who said in June 2017 while speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference in Washington that he will never let Christians down even though “we are under siege.”[vi]
Therein lies the contest, at least in the mind of the growing community of American witches and satanists. The enemy is not just the new president. Their mass rituals are intended to “Bind Donald Trump and All Who Abet Him.”[vii] It is a high-stakes battle and declaration of war against most of the readers of this series and for the future state of the union.
And make no mistake about this, either. Many of these people are more than tree-hugging old hippies dancing skyclad (nude) in moonlight or Millennials toting around chic little Gaia-worshipping paperbacks. Some are true believers in mixing politics with powerful supernaturalism, which they have sought out and that can, under the right circumstances, take on a social vivacity of its own.
From their most celebrated manuals (which I won’t mention in this online series because I don’t want curious people seeking them out), practitioners of occultism agree that powerful nonhuman energies, including evil ones, can emanate from their symbols and incantations and can, once summoned, be released upon a gullible society to encourage a destructive collective group mind. As people pass these “thoughtforms” or memes from one to another and the ideas go viral, the power and reach of the entity spreads with it until it becomes an unimaginably destructive force. Writing about the Masonic involvement in the French Revolution, Gary Lachman makes an extraordinary and important observation about such immaterial destructive forces—which had unseen plans of their own—released as a result of occult politics:
Cazotte himself was aware of the dangerous energies unleashed by the Revolution.… Although Cazotte didn’t use the term, he would no doubt have agreed that, whatever started it, the Revolution soon took on a life of its own, coming under the power of an egregore, Greek for “watcher,” a kind of immaterial entity that is created by and presides over a human activity or collective. According to the anonymous author of the fascinating Meditations on the Tarot, there are no “good” egregores, only “negative” ones.… True or not, egregores can nevertheless be “engendered by the collective will and imagination of nations.” As Joscelyn Godwin points out, “an egregore is augmented by human belief, ritual and especially by sacrifice. If it is sufficiently nourished by such energies, the egregore can take on a life of its own and appear to be an independent, personal divinity, with a limited power on behalf of its devotees and an unlimited appetite for their future devotion.” If, as some esotericists believe, human conflicts are the result of spiritual forces for spiritual ends, and these forces are not all “good,” then collective catastrophes like the French Revolution take on a different significance.[viii]
As I summarized in PART 7 of this series, students of history have often looked with interest at the French Revolution and what dynamics caused it to result in the horror of death and torture under Robespierre compared to the Revolutionary War in America that resulted in unprecedented freedoms and monetary success. While citizens in America were rejoicing in newfound liberty, in Paris more than twenty thousand people were beheaded in the guillotines. The years following in France were marked by a reign of terror leading up to totalitarianism and Napolean (whose name means Apollo incarnate, the same spirit that will inhabit Antichrist, according to the book of Revelation). Why were the American and French Revolutions followed by such contrasting conclusions? The difference was that the American Revolution was fought on Christian principles, while the French Revolution—like many of the witches, satanists, and Obama agitators reflect currently—was anti-God. The egregore-forces behind the French Revolution were out to eliminate God and His followers as the enemies of France. They even placed a nude statue of a woman on the altar in the church at Notre Dame and proclaimed the God of Christianity dead. Soon thereafter, the French government collapsed.
Long before modern witches, the ancient world (especially among polytheistic faiths) held that the gods were often intimately involved in establishing the preeminence of kings, courts, and hierarchical systems of political power. This gave rise among pagans, popes, and monarchs to the “divine rights of kings” political philosophy and religious doctrine surrounding royalty and political legitimacy where the right to rule is derived directly from the will of the gods (or God). That spirit, too, it seems, has been resurrected alongside the Witches of Eastwick in the recreation of the Arch of Baal—the pagan archway that has been recently globetrotting the world to be erected at places wherever globalists and the world’s New World Order elite gather, including in 2017 at the first-ever Cultural Summit of the powerful G7 nations that represent 64 percent of the world’s net wealth (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union).
“The structure is a reproduction of a Roman victory arch built in Palmyra, Syria at the end of the second century CE,” reported Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz on May 29, 2017, for Breaking Israel News. “Originally it stood in front of a Roman temple where pagans worshiped the Mesopotamian god, Bel, also known as Ba’al, in a form of idol worship that figures prominently in the Bible. The original arch was destroyed by the Islamic State (ISIS) in 2015, but one year later, the Institute for Digital Archaeology used 3-D printing technology to reproduce a 20-foot full-scale replica”[ix] for the United Nations.
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn was in New York when the Arch visited that city and has written how Baal also became the anti-God substitute for the God of Abraham, a false god of Hebrew apostasy in the Bible that led to their destruction. “Baal was their devil god. In fact the name for Satan, Beelzebul and Beelzebub, is derived from Baal.’”[x]
In the Old Testament, King Ahab and Queen Jezebel served as the leaders of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. During their reign, they imported Baal worship from the Sidonian Jezebel’s homeland and built a house of worship for him in Samaria and erected Asherah poles in his honor for the people to worship. Children were sacrificed to Baal in some parts of their kingdom, and we are told in 1 Kings 16:33, “Ahab did more to provoke the Lord, the God of Israel, to anger than all the kings of Israel who were before him.”
Today, the Arch of Baal is once again making the rounds as the herald of those who would be kings, and at least one rabbi believes it may be a sign of the metaphysical gateway Antichrist himself will soon walk through.[xi] Another notable rabbi, Nir Ben Artzi, believes the timing of the recreated Arch and the emergence of modern witchcraft and black magic is not coincidental. It is an ancient spirit that has arrived to war against Donald Trump and the coming of Messiah, he says, to usurp God’s rule[xii] (by paving the way for an anti-Messiah).
This is exactly what some founding fathers dedicated America to accomplish and that deep state occultists are committed to bringing to pass this very hour.
Are you surprised by that statement?
The subject of the faith that this beautiful and successful country is built upon continues to remain a discussion brought up in many conversations across the world daily. The opinion that we came to our astounding fruition as a result of several forefathers whose legislative convictions were tempered in Yahweh and Yeshua is a common one. The impression that the very bricks laid upon our soil were dedicated to the Creator’s will, provision, and consequent blessing is also a concept that hangs on our thoughts like a gentle reminder that we are one nation under God.
Truth is, although the roots of our foundation can certainly be traced to historical events preceding the American Revolution against British rule, hundreds of years before America’s first birthday, certain secret societies and pagan religions graced our soils with their own brand of religion and eschatology. They were—and continue to be—the original shadow-government influence that some important scholars claim is the true power in Washington, DC.
By July 4, 1776—when the quills were dipped and ready for the signing of the Declaration of Independence—our leaders had already been affected by the sway of their paganism. In fact, with all the clamor created by war and promises of freedom, the underlining occultism that has been present since the beginning was at an all-time high as many voices were exhorting their own deities for blessing. The gods of old, had they ears to hear, would have taken in many prayers in those days…and Deism was the veil of choice under which these exhortations by dubious fraternity members were so frequently shrouded.
We’ll begin unmasking the TRUE religion of many of the Founding Fathers and their dedicated occult SABOTEURS in the next entry.
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