by James Perloff
As political events, controlled largely by the satanic Illuminati, move the world closer to an apocalypse, many Christians are increasingly heeding the Bible’s predictions about the Antichrist or “Beast” (known in Islam as “Dajjal”).
According to Revelation 13:7, he will have “authority over every tribe, people, language and nation.”
Clearly, to GOVERN the WORLD requires a WORLD GOVERNMENT, so it is no surprise that the Illuminati have been behind the League of Nations, UN, World Bank, NATO, EU, NAFTA (and its projected “North American Union”), Kyoto Protocol, and other building blocks of an ultimate world government.
This would require not only political but economic consolidation; hence proposals for a world currency – a global “Euro.”
Revelation 13:16 says, “He also forced everyone, small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on his right hand or on his forehead, so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark.”
Are we not being set up for this by digital banking and the advent of implantable chips that would turn us into walking debit cards – very “convenient” until Big Brother decides to shut yours off.
Since the Illuminati have invested billions of their fiat dollars to develop technologies – economic, military, surveillance, etc. – that will enable them to maintain the Antichrist’s fiefdom, it is logical that they will also use technology to convince the world that he is God himself.
Protocol 15:20 says the people “will acknowledge the autocracy of our ruler with a devotion bordering on “apotheosis” [glorification as a god].”
The Bible (2 Thessalonians) says: “He will oppose and exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshipped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God.”
Revelation 13 says that “all that dwell on Earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life,” and that the people will be deceived by his “great wonders” and “miracles.”
Miracles are commonly perceived as evidence of God. Satan, though he operates in the supernatural realm, does not possess the powers of God whom he envies. Might high tech deceive people into thinking he does? Let’s explore some possibilities.
TECHNO CHARGED GOD
Jesus’s fame as Messiah spread after he told the “woman at the well” about her life. She went about the city and said, “Come, see a man which told me all the things that ever I did: Is not this the Christ?” (John 4:29)
Jesus knew about the woman’s life divinely, but the Antichrist could counterfeit this ability thanks to Internet surveillance, which enables government agencies to copy your emails and other cyber-information.
Jesus calmed a storm on the Sea of Galilee, after which his astounded disciples said: “Who is this? Even the wind and the waves obey him!” (Mark 4:41).
Today many storms are artificially generated or intensified through HAARP electromagnetically. What you can turn on, you can turn off. Might the Antichrist stand before a city, and quell an oncoming tornado, “with a little HAARP from my friends”?
Mark 7:37 said of Jesus: “People were overwhelmed with amazement. ‘He has done everything well,’ they said. ‘He even makes the deaf hear and the mute speak.’”
In his research into Project Blue Beam, Serge Monast noted that the U.S. military had developed the technology to deliver audible sounds to the brain via microwaves – making it possible for even the deaf to hear.
Monast, of course, also spoke of satellite-projected holograms. There is no limit to the forms holograms could take. A 3-D angel in the sky could easily be fabricated; indeed, many believe the “image of the beast,” which Revelation speaks of becoming an object of worship, will be a hologram. (This is not to deny that authentically demonic apparitions might accompany the reign of the Antichrist.)
Some of the Antichrist’s “miracles” could even be low-tech. He could, before a televised audience, raise the dead and make the lame walk using crisis actors, and “heal” a withered hand through Photoshop. I’m sure others can offer many additional suggestions on how “miracles” might be counterfeited.
And without doubt, the Illuminati possess technologies we don’t even know about.
In the Wizard of Oz - thought by many to be an Illuminati mind-control vehicle – the “great and powerful” wizard turned out, in the end, to be an old man pulling levers and speaking into a microphone. Will the Antichrist, behind his bluff and bluster, turn out to be . . . a computer geek?
All jests aside, followers of God need to be vigilant and discerning. High-tech pseudo-miracles may be forthcoming, in an attempt to deceive us into spiritual destruction.
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First Comment by Marcos:
Few people notice that it is the False Prophet, and not the Antichrist, who make people take the Mark of the Beast. This Mark, therefore, is a spiritual and religious alliance first and foremost, in spite of the economic implications. The False Prophet will have horns like a Lamb (will look like a humble, spiritual man) but the mouth of a Dragon. He will be the one with power to bring fire from Heaven, and like an inverted John the Baptist, will demand adoration to the Antichrist. Most people today are skeptical and negative about any political leader. The AC will not be only a political leader, he will be a false spiritual one. That’s why Jesus warned people many times not to believe in those who say they are Christ:
Mark 23: Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not. 24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. 25 Behold, I have told you before.
When the real Christ returns, the sky will rip apart from end to end, there will never be any technology capable of faking it.
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