The Abomination of Desolation and The Destroyers

This is an enormous topic that has been altered and modified throughout the many centuries and is impossible to encapsulate fully in a single short post.  What I can do, however, is provide a thumbnail of this alleged future event and some links throughout to flesh out the bare bones version this post will detail.  In a  nutshell, the “Abomination of Desolation” refers to prophecy that some claim was fulfilled over 2 millenia ago, the opposition making it a cornerstone in their “Rapture” belief.  From Hebrew mythology, this significant event will be activated by a being known as The Destroyer but as we’ll quickly see, the Rapture mythology quickly crumbles when we realize that many other belief systems – some far older than those based on Egyptian sun god worship – have their own version of the “end of days” and their own unique being known as The Destroyer within their  respective pantheons.  As emissaries of the Light, it is essential that we are aware of the energies around us but especially those that can adversely affect our mission.  There are literally hundreds of  millions of people worldwide who have provided enormous energy to see a specific outcome that involves death and destruction – not to mention eternal damnation and torture -  to any who do not believe as they do.  Knowing about this piece of mythology gives us a glimpse into the mind set of what is seeking to hold onto the old world.

The Abomination of Desolation is claimed to be a highly significant event but interpretation – in terms of timing and entities – has been radically different, even among so-called sages and theologians.  Essentially, it is believed that in the end times “The Beast” will be released from the bottomless pit and will take human form. His “abomination” will be to place a statue of himself in the temple in Jerusalem.  Fundamentalist Christianity is well aware that their “anti-christ” will take up residence at the rebuilt temple but somehow go into reality disconnect when told the Judaism’s “messiah” will do the same thing, ruling the entire world from Jerusalem.  Adding to this atmosphere of selective vision and awareness,  Christianity also teaches that “every knee shall bow, every tongue confess” in these end times, with the death of any who would dare believe otherwise.  Their  “son of God” will arrive with sword in hand to lead the slaughter apparently, even though this directly violates and contradicts  every single teaching  and message we have from that enlightened being known as Christ. It is essential that I digress to provide some essential background knowledge that sheds additional light on the basis of these “predictions” and the systems that created them.

A Trio of Ascensions…  But not one of these incredible beings has a book attributed to them as core to the Bible.

The purpose here is not to malign any religion but to gather facts that can be gleaned from many sources.  Because in the west we are most affected by the Abrahamic religions, it is essential we understand that those same religions have kept ancient wisdom from us that calls the veracity of the same religions into question.  To fully understand, we have to examine what we know of “history” from a religious perspective.  For example, there have been only 3 characters who “ascend to heaven”,  according to the Bible – Enoch, Elijah and Christ.  Do you not find it odd that,  given the fact that these three accomplished what we are each trying to do, there are no writings attributed to them as core texts within the Bible? As a spiritual seeker, I would be be very interested to read their words but that was deemed to prejudice the official doctrine and dogma of the offshoots of Abrahamic beliefs.  While Christ was said to defeat death and then ascend, Elijah was claimed to have ascended in a fiery chariot, and Enoch’s “disappearance” is explained simply as “”Enoch lived 365 years, walking in close fellowship with God. Then one day he disappeared, because God took him.” (Genesis 5:23-24, New Living Bible).  To understand Enoch’s life and the significance of his disappearance, in particular,  other sources must be found to shed light on this enigmatic entity.  What unravels, if we probe further, courtesy of texts that are attributed to this very man,  is a very different version of the so-called fallen angels and his role within their drama in pre-duluvian times, when they walked among humans as living gods .  Incidentally, the original texts that have been altered significantly, often in small ways that have enormous implications,  speak of these hybrids as “sons of the gods” plural, not” sons of god” as it has been conveniently and erroneously translated in the Bible.

According to Christian beliefs, the leader of this alleged rebellion and of the fallen angels is the devil, the beast, son of perdition, Lucifer, Satan or even Beelzebub, dependent on the dogma. When we examine the Book of Enoch, however, we find that the leader of the fallen angels and the one who approaches Enoch to speak to God on their behalf was named Azazel… NOT Lucifer, Satan or  “the devil” as we have been indoctrinated into believing.  Why is this relevant to the article’s subject matter?  The Book of Enoch was rejected when the Bible was being compiled, as were numerous other texts, and remained hidden and unable to interfere with the religious doctrine they ruthlessly enforced for many centuries. With the advent of the printing press, much of this hidden knowledge was shared with the general public for the first time, not to mention playing a key role in the success of Luther’s and Calvin’s Reformation.  If it is readily apparent that the church has kept texts and knowledge that provide an expanded view of “reality” from our past, it stands to reason that its agenda would include jealously defending its version of the end times against other prophecies or predictions.

Let’s Meet Some of These Destroyers… The Contestants are….

A key component of Judaism’s offshoots includes some information on the actual act, the abomination, that is said to take place in the rebuilt Temple of Solomon by an entity often referred to as the “Anti-Christ” or “The Beast”.  A controversy develops when we examine who this beast is supposed to be, an entity that us in the west have been told is the human embodiment of Lucifer or Satan.  Several other sources have grave doubts regarding this belief, as do I.  For instance, Revelations claims that an entity will be loosed from the bottomless pit and have claimed this to be Lucifer or Satan. Whether purposeful or the result of simple ignorance, this contradicts the very same prophecies and again calls into question the veracity of so-called holy texts. The being that is loosed is referred to as “The Destroyer” and is given the name of Abaddon. According to Revelation 9:11, we are told,They have as king over them the angel of the bottomless pit; his name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek he is called Apollyon  So,  he is known as “THE angel of the bottomless pit”, has been in several texts and known to serve both “heaven” and “hell”, while other sources have regarded the word Abaddon as a place, rather than an actual entity, some even claim a combination and call a part of the spirit realm – reserved for the afterlife of some souls – the Sheol of Abaddon, much like Purgatory.

Translation and transliteration from one writing system to another involves interpretation of words, phrases and references that were common during the time of its writing and of which the translator may well be ignorant. Doing this is akin to explaining a blue sky or dazzling sunset to a blind person who has never seen these events take place.  Being written originally in Hebrew or Aramaic was one prerequisite for being considered divinely inspired, according to those who cobbled the Bible together. Mistranslations can be understood, given that Hebrew was considered a divine language and was literal magic in both its written and spoken form. What is concerning, however, are preachers/ministers/rabbis/imams who are well aware there are inconsistencies in the end times beliefs they impart of their flock. The most blatant of these is a refusal to accept that any other religion has merit or credibility, regarding the end times, and only their assorted versions – which we have a had a steady diet of for hundreds of years – are truth.  Let’s look at just a few other who are called “The Destroyer” by belief systems.

Apollyon or ApolloTo the Greeks, he was a well-loved god arguably most famous for the interpretation of his prophecies by the Sybils of Delphi.  It is highly significant that John specified the Greek god Apollo as the same entity who will also bring widespread fear, terror, pain and destruction.  If little else, does this admission in the Revelations indicate how interconnected through shared mythology all of these religions really are? What we can surmise is that the newly made religions of Judaism and its offshoots rewarded at least one Greek god the status of an incredibly powerful angel or demon and claimed it to be the same entity which held a similar position within their doctrine. Also note that this is the only god who kept the same name in the transference from Greek to Roman gods… both call him Apollo.

Shiva – Known in Hinduism as “The Destroyer”, Lord Shiva comprises one component of the Hindu trinity, which includes Brahma and Vishnu.  Hindus believe destruction of the old must make way for creation of the new and this trinity works in unison to achieve that goal. They claim that Shiva has destroyed the world 3 times already and it has been the necessary catalyst to initiate further changes within and among the species occupying the living earth, leading up to this momentous period.

It becomes even more fascinating when we examine this trinity a bit further and discover some interesting aspects of this being known as Shiva. Rather than provide my perspective, here’s an excerpt from shivalay.com:

“Shiva, without any origin or end, is the supreme creator of the universe. He is the only one to be above the bondage of life and death, and the controller of time. He is root and cause of universe; still is inert and inactive. Long before any thing existed there was darkness – complete and omnipresent darkness. Then Shiva thought of universe.

Universe needed a force to run it and somebody to manage it. Shiva separated his Shakti (power) from himself and started the creation. Shiva and Shakti created Vishnu to manage the universe. Lord Vishnu created Brahma whom he entrusted with the job of Creation. Vishnu himself became preserver. Then Lord Shiva incarnated as Rudra to act as the Destructor. Thus the Triad was formed to handle Creation, Perseverance and Destruction which formed a cycle. Shiva decided the life of the entire universe including Triad. The Life span of universe is termed as “Kalp-Chakra” the largest measure of time known to world. (Of late science calculated the average life span of universe which is very close the Kalp-Chakra). At the end of a Kalpa, Shiva disposes the entire creation and starts the re-construction of it which invariably starts with the constitution of the Triad.”

As an aside, there is an interesting correlation between Hindu end times prophecies and that of Shamballa.  According to the Kalachakra and several references in the Bhagavad Gita, Shamballa is ruled by a line of kings, the last of whom will be known as Rudra Chakrin. This prophecy claims that this king will open the barrier that obscures Shamballa from human sight and will launch a war of destruction against the “evil king” and those rulers  who have assisted in bringing and maintaining the high level of negative energy in this reality and caused so much suffering and pain among the people.  His concern seems to be that these rulers have interfered with our spiritual development for long enough and need to be destroyed and swept away to usher in a new age of enlightenment and a further evolution of the human species, once the secret wisdom of Shamballa is shared with everyone.

ApophisKnown additionally as Apep, this entity was also recognized with the title of  “The Destroyer” but, oddly enough, seems to have originated out of thin air during the Middle Kingdom Period.  Like Abaddon, Apophis is regarded as an adversary of light and truth.  Although never worshiped to the extent of his alleged nemesis Ra, he was greatly feared and respected. A text uncovered some years ago, which dates from the New Kingdom Period, is known as the Book of Apophis. It contains numerous magical spells and incantations, one of them known as “Overthrowing Apophis”, a spell granting protection from this entity.  It must be admitted that there are many similarities between the Abaddon of the bottomless pit and this well-known yet enigmatic god known as Apophis.  Considering that Egyptian sun worship predates all Abrahamic religions, we clearly see that it has simply been copied by those religions, altering and modifying as they needed.

As with the desert god Yahweh who worked in collusion with Satan (myth of Job), Apophis was known to be associated with actions that were considered both good and evil, as a god or a demon. The webmaster at Crystalwind describes it like this:

“Apophis was sometimes equated with Seth, the god of chaos, yet the nature of Apophis seems to have always been dark and threatening, while Seth could at times be beneficial. In some texts, Seth was even enlisted by the sun god in order to defeat the serpent. According to some mythologies, Apophis hypnotized Re and all of his entourage who sailed with him, with the exception of Seth, who resisted the serpent’s deadly stare and repulsed him with the thrust of a great spear.

However, in other accounts, Re’s companions and even the dead themselves, who could transform themselves into a form of the god, Shu, were involved in this cyclical battle for the survival of creation and order. Most notably, in the Book of Gates, Isis, Neith and Serket, together with other minor deities and some forms of monkey helped capture the monster with magical nets. Afterwards, he was restrained by deities including the earth god Geb and the sons of Horus, who cut his body into pieces, though each night he is revived to attack once more. In fact, in some myths, the sun god is encircled or swallowed by the serpent who later disgorges him as a metaphor of rebirth and renewal.

Apophis, like Seth, was also associated with various frightening natural events such as unexplained darkness such as solar eclipse, storms and earthquakes. Hence, he was always an underlying threat to the very stability of the cosmos.”

Like the Hindu belief, the Egyptians believed that there was an ever changing condition that was a battle between light and dark. The old evil must be destroyed to make way for the light of truth and enlightenment.

A Quick Note on the Serpent Component:

Apophis is in fact the Greek name for the Egyptian mythological creature “Apep”; the symbol of all things evil, and chaotic in Egyptian culture, he was portrayed as a snake of unbelievable size and length.  Snakes were not regarded as being inherently evil. Apophis is usually depicted in funerary texts and other settings as a great serpent, sometimes with tightly compressed, spring-like coils to emphasize his vast size. He is sometimes described as being over sixteen meters in length, with the first section of his body made of flint. He is usually shown being restrained, dismembered or in the process of being destroyed, often by multiple knives. In the tomb of Ramesses VI in the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank at Thebes (modern Luxor), Apophis is shown with twelve heads above its back representing those he has swallowed who are freed, if only briefly, when he is vanquished.

Crystalwinds explains how this controversy was regarded in ancient Egypt: “…  snakes were certainly not seen always a threatening creatures in ancient Egypt, as they seem to have been in other societies. In fact, they were frequently seen as protective and it was Mehen, another snake deity who helped protect the sun god in the underworld. Likewise, it was the cobra goddess Wadjet who helped protect the king.”

Surt – According the Eddas, which detail the Norse version of the end times, Surt or Surtr was known as the Destroyer and plays a key role when Ragnarok begins.  Experience Festival gives this brief description: “A Norse fire giant, the world-destroyer in the Edda. In the Norse myths Surt will lead the hosts of Muspellsheim (home of fire) at Ragnarok, when the gods depart the realms of life, and the worlds perish in universal conflagration. Surt himself will slay Frey, the bright god, and when all the combatants are slain, Surt will fling his firebrand, and everything animate or inanimate will be plunged into an ocean of fire, and the nine homes will be no more.

Fire has long been regarded as an element of purification and in the context of the Eddas, echoes teachings from the far east and South America, where the old must be destroyed and purified to make way for the new.  Ragnarok signals the end of an age and destruction of the old worlds, and Surt the Destroyer does play a key role, albeit in a different way.

Putting It Together…

There are comparable figures among many religions belief systems, as it pertains to the end of days, but these three share many commonalities, which was a large part of the rationale in providing some information on them.  The offshoots of the Egyptian sun god worship, which has the greatest influence here in the west,  try to claim the status of religions of love and tolerance, when exactly the opposite is being displayed in their end times beliefs.  Whether it is the Imam Mahdi, Judaism’s Messiah or Christianity’s Jesus, the result is the same -  death, terror and bloodshed of all who disagree or refuse to bend their knee.

The Abomination of Desolation is a prediction from a group of religions who have shown through many centuries to be incapable of transparency, integrity and honesty.  This event, according to their predictions, will occur exactly halfway through “The Tribulation” , 3 1/2 years after this entity takes power in Jerusalem.  Here is where my concern for veracity must be seen and acknowledged.  According to several sources, there are roughly 38,000 different varieties – or denominations – among so-called Christianity.  And even within a belief system that claims to hold Christ as the central component, there are between 100 and 200 different paths to salvation.   Why? The answer lies in both human ego and scriptural interpretation.  If their God was truly the one and only, one would think He/She/It would have made it very plain in their words, through their alleged messengers, exactly what each adherent must do and believe to be a part of the family.  As I mentioned, this disparity in core beliefs, or just in doctrine as a minimum,  adds a cloud of skepticism to their prophecies and their belief system itself, needless to say.

Some Notable Components in this Disparity

This whole article would have been much easier, had it not been for a number inconsistencies and outright disagreements  among the Christian religion especially.  The Abomination of Desolation is significant for them because it marks the halfway point of the reign of the Jewish “Anti-Christ” – known as The Tribulation – and they all agree this entity will rule from Jerusalem.  What the Christians  can’t agree on, however, is the Tribulation itself. Some sects believe that an incredible Rapture will take place, others do not, while still others don’t agree with the timing of this Rapture.  “Pre-Trib” adherents believe they will be raptured before all the nastiness begins, “Mid-Trib” believers assume that their rapture will take place partway through, while still others are “Post-Trib”, refusing to believe anybody who does not say that Christ will return only after this period of history is complete when the beast has been overthrown.

So what is “The Rapture” and its significance to the Abomination of Desolation?

According to Linda Vegh, “…At the rapture, those who are in Christ (dead or living) will be changed into new glorified, immortal bodies and then we are “caught up” into the air to meet the Lord. ” The problem with this belief is that Biblical proof is there… but only if verses and passages are taken and used out of context.  These religions have a long history of twisting facts and verses to suit their needs, and demonize any who do not see it their way.  One blaring example that is only recently being looked at closely and critically by an ever-growing number of open-minded spiritual people,  centers on an alleged “truth” that turns out to be a falsehood.  Numerous ministers over the centuries have tirelessly used specific verses, out of context from the Old Testament, and claim they are prophecies of a coming Christ.  Isaiah 7:14 is claimed to predict Jesus’ birth, several centuries later, and yet, in context, has absolutely nothing to do with Jesus’ birth and instead foretells the coming of Isaiah’s own son to a “barren” or “chaste” women. … because of the original language, another variation is “virgin”, as in has not been with a man or has not in a long time, as in the case of Isaiah’s wife.

The belief – simplified –is  that Jesus will return in a cloud of glory and gather up the “believers” and take them from earth. Unfortunately, no matter when this happens in their varied time frames, the end result makes no sense. The believers will have been taken to heaven while Jesus is then supposed to rule the earth with a 1,000 years of peace, after which man’s inherent evil will begin the cycle again.  Does this make sense? The entity that they have worshiped and prayed to for years and is the center of their belief system will be ruling earth while his followers will be in heaven? Not only that but he will allegedly arrive as a conqueror – or a destroyer of non-believers – and commit acts that he expressly taught against but most especially murder.  Why would he preach about love, compassion and tolerance and then return, in the same belief,  as some type of avenger?

Another complication arises within Christianity itself with more division based on interpretation of scripture. Known as “Dominionism“, this association of churches believes that only after they have conquered all aspects of life on earth – the Seven Mountains -  will Jesus’ second coming occur.  One disturbing component to the doctrine observed by Dominionists – claiming a membership of almost 50 million people according to one source  – is summed up by sociologist Sarah Diamond, that,  “…Christians alone are Biblically mandated to occupy all secular institutions until Christ returns–and there is no consensus on when that might be. That, in a nutshell, is the idea of “dominionism.

Keep in mind the numerous and escalating wars and the common theme of “Israel first” in the cavalcade of presidential hopefuls.  This also makes no sense, if you aware that Israel must be destroyed before the 1,000 years of peace on earth. And it gets even wackier when some evangelists have openly stated that Jews will not be required to accept Christ as their savior in order to get into heaven. At the same time, they are supposed to do battle with an entity that their own Bible has told them is the “Anti-Christ” and who will rule from Jerusalem.  According to Jewish teachings,  the Hebrew Messiah will do largely what this anti-christ will do and these same Israel supporters are well aware of this and yet continue to garner money and support for Israel. 

One common element among each of the Abrahamic-based religions of Judaism, Islam and Catholicism/Christianity that is very evident is the need to dominate and control, disposing of  or demonizing those who do not believe as they “should”. 

For those who are here to undergo the ascension process, this is actually good news energetically from one perspective.  The religious paradigm of the end times that has been intact and “accepted” for centuries is now being dismantled and diluted. Almost daily, science has been supplying answers to questions about the state of our true reality that have been dismissed for centuries as being “god’s will” or god working in “mysterious ways”.  The scientific reality is that lightning is not the king of gods throwing bolts any more than the stone age belief that the universe revolves around the earth.  This belief in the prophecy of Abomination of Desolation stands as a prime example not only of how twisted religious teachers have taken their doctrine and interpretations  but also the inter-relation between between the Egyptian religion of Ra or “Sun” worship and its numerous offshoots.

This prophecy, as stated in the opening paragraph, is believed to have already been fulfilled by some when the Romans conquered Palestine, as recorded in the book of Daniel:

Daniel 11:31 (NKJV) “And forces shall be mustered by him, and they shall defile the sanctuary fortress; then they shall take away the daily sacrifices, and place there the abomination of desolation.

Daniel 12:11 (NKJV) “And from the time that the daily sacrifice is taken away, and the abomination of desolation is set up, there shall be one thousand two hundred and ninety days.

Some claim this has happened, some that it is yet to be.  In Matthew 24:15, the Christ said, When therefore ye see the abomination of desolation, which was spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (let him that readeth understand)“.  Considering that he was speaking to his disciples and not the masses in general, it can be presumed that this message was for them personally and affected them within their lifetime… not 2,000 plus years later.

Another interesting parallel between both versions is in the use of a sign.  Christians claim they will be marked as God’s people while the devil’s horde will carry his mark.  Based on the story of Job and the clear collusion between the desert god Yahweh and Lucifer/Satan/the devil, which permitted this man’s life to be torn apart on what was basically a bet,  it would not surprise me if these marks were one and the same.  In a world where we are being influenced with doublespeak, where war is peace and love is hate, religion has provided a good foundation to build on, if your goal is total control over the masses, in every aspect of their life.   There is also another curiosity concerning the sign and God’s punishment of Cain for killing his brother. He was given a mark so that no other humans would kill him.  A key question must be, “Who else was there?” We are told specifically by religion that Adam and Eve are the parents of all humans, and personally created by God so there should not have been any other people inhabiting the earth. Once again, as with the exclusion of numerous texts including the Book of Enoch, we have had the full knowledge purposely kept from us for a very long time.

This prediction really is an indication of how detached westernized religious beliefs can be to reality.  The Judeo-Christian mythology of the end times is full of allegory and symbology, making it impossible to interpret in only one way. I believe that the Bible itself was cobbled together in such a way as to render it impossible not to have conflicting viewpoints about the same issue, words or events.  For instance, homosexuality is considered the epitome of sin to many believers and yet isn’t it strange that Christ, the central figure of their religion, never once mentions it?  Certainly Paul did but he never even met Christ so could hardly be in a position to fully understand the teachings of Christ.  If it was such a huge issue, it would only make sense that he would have spoken out against it… but he didn’t.

Additionally, there are prophecies by Jesus as well, some of which throw doubt on other components of these supposed end times. In Matthew, he says this to them about the signs he has given them about the end times: “…Amen, I say to you, all these things will come upon this generation.  (Matthew 23:36 NAB). ”  And how about again in Matthew 16:28: “Verily I say unto you, There be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom.”  These are always open for interpretation and have been examined by both sides of the aisle, with unsurprising mixed results.

It is small wonder that there is such a variety of interpretations within the same belief systems and the same text.  This how it was designed, promoting the church clergy to positions of authority who were the only ones which could possibly understand the intricacies of the Bible, God and, as it relates to this article, the end times prophecy of Abomination of Desolation. Many believe that this occurred already, when Rome surrounded Jerusalem in a standard maneuver to starve out the inhabitants of the city.  They moved their pagan idols into the temple, once it had been taken, fulfilling other components of this prophecy. In the other camp, it is an event that is yet to transpire.

 

To be frank, I have no real idea of why I needed to write this except that they have had me researching this topic during the last week or so.  In part, I recognize that there is no “absolute truth” among humanity,  most especially when it concerns religion and its role in controlling the masses.  This controversial prophecy will continue to serve as a reminder to me that the future is not written in stone and no belief system has a monopoly on predictions and future events. Significant energy and resources are being used by the global elite to keep us in a state of confusion, worry and anxiety.  They know we are on the cusp of a great change both personally and as a species that holds the values of compassion, tolerance, equality and integrity as their cornerstone and foundation. This energy is the polar opposite of what is needed for their New World Order and consequently, we see a massive abuse of government power which in part is done to anger the masses.  Vibrating in the frequency of anger and rage is intensely uncomfortable to us, as emissaries of the Light and part of our role is to raise that vibration to a point where  critical mass is achieved and ascension becomes not only a reality but a personal choice.  The belief that “might is right” has been the single most-used rationale for waging war after religion, and it is this same lack of empathy and compassion that we see being displayed by world leaders and business tycoons in their decisions to take more and more for themselves, no matter the cost in human lives and suffering.

We are being influenced by numerous sources, all which claim to be “the truth”.  As we have seen, many of the same entities appear in different mythologies.  Additionally, it is understood that no single system holds all the keys, when it comes to how this age will end.  Each day we read and listen to the lies  and propaganda of the media, all designed to sway the viewer into believing their lies and half-truths as being absolute truth.  Very few are not intrigued or curious about how this scenario will play out.  If the prophecies of this abomination are open to interpretation and even among believers there is no accepted general consensus with this,  then perhaps these are simply possibilities and ensuring they do not come to pass is dependent on our actions. .. if that is what we choose.

As I mentioned in the preamble, this is a huge topic and it is not possible for me to fully explore it in a single short post.  It does graphically depict how even within the same religion, prophecies like these are interpreted in different ways.  Small wonder that people are becoming much more aware of the blatant inconsistencies found within the so-called sacred texts and are pulling away from organized religion.  Any belief system that preaches, promotes or condones harm or injury to themselves or another must be closely scrutinized.

  Here’s a few more links, if you’d like to do some additional research:

The Evil Bible

The Abomination of Desolation website

Book of Enoch Synopsis

Who Is The Destoyer?

Apollyon, The Greek Destroyer

Shiva the Destroyer

I wanted to end by paying my deepest respects to a dear sister who passed beyond the Veil on New years Eve.  Domenica – Dom to her friends – was a source of wisdom and compassion that was unique. As a channel, she was able to paint some extraordinary scenes of life from other realities and dimensions.  I had the distinct pleasure of speaking to her several times on the phone and participate in a number of radio shows together.  Her and her best friend Jack, a Jack Russel terrier, called me on my birthday 2 years ago and sang me happy birthday.  She was a very bright light who radiated integrity, compassion and empathy which made her a role model for me.  I am saddened I will not be speaking with her again in this reality but overjoyed that she fulfilled her contract with Creator for this incarnation.

We love you and miss you, Dom. Can’t wait for the reunion on 5D earth.

Namaste, Nick xxxx

PS:  I finally got around to posting the written versions of many of my most recent poems. It is only a storage site but at least you can now read them here or listen to them here.

I’m in the research segment of my next poem which will be entitled “Agents of the Ancients”.  The basic premise of the plot involves entities known as The Ancients, many who claim them to be the Elohim.  During this phase of ascension, the dark has flouted cosmic law and the Ancients decide to send 3 emissaries to set the timeline right, the main character being a walk in for the most ancient and learned Ancient. I believe that there are 13 in total, as evidenced by the perfection of Metatron’s cube which consists of 13 identical spheres.  As I have come to understand it:

At the top, there is The Originator, which is the supreme intelligence of the omniverse.  To enact creation, The Originator manifested 13 Generators, whose role was to make the visions of the Originator reality.  It is these 13 Generators who make the “aeons”, or the younger gods who assist in creation and administration of new worlds and realities.  This is my simplified understanding, although as many of  you know the hierarchy of the spirit realm is clothed in secrecy.  There are numerous organizations that claim to know but they have always only accessed a very small part of the greater wisdom of the cosmos.

There will be more channeled info in this poem as well regarding the ascension and what will be taking place, but with a very narrow focus. One aspect that was brought to my awareness involved barriers or shields which would be used to surround enclaves of Light and provide protection against the darkness and its forces.  One would need to be vibrating at a consistently high rate in order to enter the protected area.  As the time of the first mass ascension approaches, we will see a renewed and invigorated round of oppression from the status quo crowd and the defenders of the lies and deceptions.  Part of the role of these agents in the poem will be to identify and provide assistance to those who need help getting to those protected areas.

It’s gonna be a fascinating ride writing it.

Namaste, Nick xxx

PSS:  I have been following the writings of Pastor Ted Pike for some years now. If you are unfamiliar with the name, he is a Christian minister who has spent much of his adult life shining an illuminating light on Zionism and Zionists.  I do not agree with some of his beliefs but I regard him as a man of honour and integrity. He has fought an ongoing battle against what Revelations 2:9 and 3: 9 refers to as the “synagogue of Satan” and “Jews who say they are Jews and are not” and it has taken a drastic toll on him but I – and many others who follow his work – did not know the full extent of the price he and his wife were paying and continue to pay to bring awareness and insight to the real danger this ideology and its adherents pose.

His most recent post was undoubtedly the most difficult he has ever had to write, which he entitled, My Wife Died a Martyr For God and Freedom.

If I had any doubts about my own belief – based on considerable research – in the deception that Yahweh and “the devil” are in collusion, it has been settled.  Pastor Pike details many of the methods and means that the darkness can use to scare or intimidate us, as well as the effects he personally experienced, and that of his late wife Alynn.  Please check out the above link to his Truthtellers website.  There is no doubt in his mind that it is actually adherents of the false religious teachings who work directly for Satan/Lucifer/the devil that use dark magic and sorcery to injure others.

On a personal note, I have experienced some of the same type of direct interference from the darkness and am no stranger to the magic and sorcery.  Once somebody understands what they want to manifest or accomplish,  they must next find the most direct way to ensure that their negative energy – or entity -  arrives on-site is able to fulfill its mission.  It takes a minimal of training to learn how to effectively utilize constructed beings known as servitors or tulpas . Check out this site which claims that they can teach anybody how to create and command a genie or jinn.  Once closely guarded by the rich and powerful, these occult techniques are now available to the general public but seldom contain all of the keys.  There are also numerous texts written by many enlightened practitioners throughout the ages that detail how to interact with demonic entities and essentially get them to work for you.  Add to that a  zealot’s fervor that one is doing the will of God and you have the makings of evil incarnate and a possible host to demonic entities who has little or no respect for the sanctity of life.

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  1. Johnny Ward Says:

    (Thanks, Raziel. Look at this – ran into it while on my computer.)

    PRETRIB RAPTURE POLITICS

    Many are still unaware of the eccentric, 182-year-old British theory underlying the politics of American evangelicals and Christian Zionists.
    Journalist and historian Dave MacPherson has spent more than 40 years focusing on the origin and spread of what is known as the apocalyptic “pretribulation rapture” – the inspiration behind Hal Lindsey’s bestsellers of the 1970s and Tim LaHaye’s today.
    Although promoters of this endtime evacuation from earth constantly repeat their slogan that “it’s imminent and always has been” (which critics view more as a sales pitch than a scriptural statement), it was unknown in all official theology and organized religion before 1830.
    And MacPherson’s research also reveals how hostile the pretrib rapture view has been to other faiths:
    It is anti-Islam. TV preacher John Hagee has been advocating “a pre-emptive military strike against Iran.” (Google “Roots of Warlike Christian Zionism.”)
    It is anti-Jewish. MacPherson’s book “The Rapture Plot” (see Armageddon Books etc.) exposes hypocritical anti-Jewishness in even the theory’s foundation.
    It is anti-Catholic. Lindsey and C. I. Scofield are two of many leaders who claim that the final Antichrist will be a Roman Catholic. (Google “Pretrib Hypocrisy.”)
    It is anti-Protestant. For this reason no major Protestant denomination has ever adopted this escapist view.
    It even has some anti-evangelical aspects. The first publication promoting this novel endtime view spoke degradingly of “the name by which the mixed multitude of modern Moabites love to be distinguished, – the Evangelical World.” (MacPherson’s “Plot,” p. 85)
    Despite the above, MacPherson proves that the “glue” that holds constantly in-fighting evangelicals together long enough to be victorious voting blocs in elections is the same “fly away” view. He notes that Jerry Falwell, when giving political speeches just before an election, would unfailingly state: “We believe in the pretribulational rapture!”
    In addition to “The Rapture Plot” (available also at any library through inter-library loan), MacPherson’s many internet articles include “Famous Rapture Watchers,” “Pretrib Rapture Diehards,” “Edward Irving is Unnerving,” “America’s Pretrib Rapture Traffickers,” “Thomas Ice (Bloopers),” “Pretrib Rapture Secrecy” and “Pretrib Rapture Dishonesty” (massive plagiarism, phony doctorates, changing of early “rapture” documents in order to falsely credit John Darby with this view, etc.!).
    Because of his devastating discoveries, MacPherson is now No. 1 on the “hate” list of pretrib rapture leaders who love to ban or muddy up his uber-accurate findings in sources like Wikipedia – which they’ve almost turned into Wicked-pedia!
    There’s no question that the leading promoters of this bizarre 19th century end-of-the-world doctrine are solidly pro-Israel and necessarily anti-Palestinian. In light of recently uncovered facts about this fringe-British-invented belief which has always been riddled with dishonesty, many are wondering why it should ever have any influence on Middle East affairs.
    This Johnny-come-lately view raises millions of dollars for political agendas. Only when scholars of all faiths begin to look deeply at it and widely air its “dirty linen” will it cease to be a power. It is the one theological view no one needs!
    With apologies to Winston Churchill – never has so much deception been foisted on so many by so few!


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