Saturday, November 14, 2009

Infiltration of the Truth Movement

One character missing from his list is Brian Desborough, a strong influence on David Icke, and, unfortunately, also Henry Makow. Desborough is one of those who claim that the Bible, religion, and the Amighty Himself were cooked up by the Illuminati to enslave mankind, leaving folks with no way out of the NWO dead end street, except his own "Blueprint for a Better World."

War Promises

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Zeitgeist: The Spirit of Antichrist

A few ago some Christian friends of mine started sending me links to the "Zeitgeist" movie, and after viewing the movie I was surprised, because even though the second half of the documentary seemed to be a fairly good expose of the schemings of the New world Order, the first part of it was a blast against Christianity, portraying it not only as part of the problem, but perhaps the gist of the problem itself.

Well, as it turns out, Zeitgeist was more than a movie, but has become a movement, and this video is intended to expose that it is an antichrist movement, as in fact, the essential doctrine behind Zeitgeist is that Jesus Christ was nothing but a myth which is being used to manipulated the masses, and that He never really existed, which the apostle John describes as the very spirit of antichrist in his first epistle:

“Every spirit that does not confess that[a] Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is not of God. And this is the spirit of the Antichrist, which you have heard was coming, and is now already in the world.” (1John 4:3)

The makers of the Zeitgeist movie claim that Jesus must have obviously been a myth, because of the many similarities between Jesus and pagan deities that were worshiped before His time.

While other films have attempted to refute Zeitgeist on the grounds that these claims were inaccurate, there is, however a legitimate reason for the similarities between Jesus and ancient deities, which most Christians are ignorant of because of their fear of astrology.

Most of the ancient Egyptian, Assyrian and Babylonian religions and mythologies, which were later partly adopted by the Greeks and Romans were based on astrology, namely the story that is foretold in the stars, as the Psalmist David wrote nearly 3000 years ago:

“The heavens declare the glory of God;
And the firmament shows His handiwork.
Day unto day utters speech,
And night unto night reveals knowledge.
There is no speech nor language
Where their voice is not heard.
Their line has gone out through all the earth,
And their words to the end of the world.” (Ps.19:1-4)

While it is true that the Old Testament condemns astrology in the sense of using it for divination and soothsaying, the Bible also makes clear that it was God, not the Devil, Who created the stars for signs, and even mentions some of the constellations in the book of Job, as work of God, including the Zodiac, also termed Mazzaroth, as "the path" that the sun takes through these various constellations, and the story that this journey tells reveals just what King David of old meant by "The Heavens Declare the Glory of God."

According to Christian authors like William D. Banks, who were not too scared and superstitious to give the Devil credit for another one of God’s creations, the coming of the Messiah was announced and promised in the stars, as we can read from the story it tells in its signs:

The star sign Virgo represents the virgin birth which was going to bring forth the Son of God into the world.

Libra, the scales, represent the price which Christ was to pay for mankind on the cross, as evident by the names of the two brightest stars in the constellation, which literally mean, “The price which is deficient” and “the price which covers (or is sufficient)”.

Scorpio (the scorpion) depicts the antagonist of the story, and the enemy of Christ, also known as Satan, which is confirmed by the following sign of Sagittarius, the Archer, pointing his arrow at Scorpio’s tail.

It is interesting to note that the book of Revelation depicts Christ as a horseman upon His second coming, and in one of its descriptions, he is given a bow (Rev.6:2) in accordance with a prophecy in the ancient book of Deuteronomy in which the Lord is quoted as saying, “I will make My arrows drunk with blood…of the leaders of the enemy” (Deut.32:42).

Capricorn, the Goat, seems to make further references to the sacrifice that the Christ, the scapegoat for our sins was to pay. The second brightest star in this constellation means, The Lord, Judge or Sacrifice Cometh.

Certainly Aquarius can quite obviously be recognized in the pouring out of the living waters, the words of life, of which Jesus was the living embodiment, and as He promised, “He that believes in Me, from his belly shall flow rivers of living water” (John 7:38).

Most people know that the secret symbol by which the first Christians identified themselves was a fish, and that some of Jesus’ key disciples had been fishermen, before He called them to become “fishers of men,” lending greater significance to the star sign of Pisces (fishes).

The ancient name of Aries is Taleh, meaning the Lamb sent forth, giving further weight to the words of the book of Revelation which call Jesus “the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world” (Rev.13:8)

Taurus, the bull is a symbol of the show of strength the Messiah will display upon His return and judgment, as derived from the Coptic names of the sign, meaning, “the One Who saves mightily” and The Chief Who Comes.” The symbol for Taurus is explained by hieroglyphic authorities to resemble a single boat on the surface of the earth, reminding of Noah’s arc, and thus resembling a symbol of judgment.

William Banks explains the original symbolism of the Gemini twins as a picture of Christ the Bridegroom with His bride, the Church.

Cancer represents the flock or fold of Christ’s sheep, and finally, Leo is depicted as the royal “Lion of the tribe of Judah” (Rev.5:5), another symbol of Christ as future ruler and rightful Heir to God’s eternal Kingdom.

Originally I thought that the anti-Christian sentiments of PeterJoseph, the maker of Zeitgeist were largely based on his own opinion, but as the excellent documentary "Zeitgeist Refuted" points out, the minds behind the doctrine of Zeitgeist are Luciferian, and are thus following the same NWO agenda as those they pretend to expose.

Before you're going to discard Jesus as a myth, remember that His followers are human and make mistakes.

It's true that Christians have fought wars in His name and continue to do so even today, ignoring the very things that are being said in the Gospel and throughout the New Testament about these issues, and it's inevitable that Christians will pay for this, and as the Bible predicts, there will be a war fought against the saints of God in the last days, in other words, there will be worldwide persecution of the church.

But before you join the ranks of the persecutors, make sure that you have given Jesus a chance and find out what He had and has to say, because by discarding Jesus, you will discard the only option, alternative and way out of the antichrist dead end street and New World Order this world is heading for.

Read what Jesus had to say for yourself in the Gospels and see for yourself whether these be merely mythical rantings of a man who supposedly never existed or words that can potentially change your life and save you from what's to come.

You don't have to go to church to find out what Jesus has to say. Since He has not stopped talking 2000 years ago, as unfortunately most Christians evidently claim, He is very much alive, and ready to prove to you that He is real if you ask Him.

Give Jesus a chance today and join the resistance against the spirit of antichrist by receiving God's Spirit instead.

(This video script on Scribd:)

Download Zeitgeist - The Spirit of Antichrist.avi (254MB)

Friday, August 28, 2009