Update: As if on cue, a UFO delivers a baby boy to the Temple Mount. I swear I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried...and always within hours or days after I write about such things. It's like watching a really bad movie where you can predict the whole plot from the opening credits.
Update 2: Yup, hold on to your britches, it's going to get interesting.
Update 3: Fireballs worldwide...including Belgium/Netherlands/Germany on Feb. 13, 2013...time to head for the hills?
Update 4: Time is running out...and Knights of Malta are recruiting for first time in modern history at the same time a member is appointed to head the Vatican Bank. Can you feel the urgency?
Back in January, I posted an essay on the rise of folk heroes who would be branded as 'anti-government', but who would, in fact, be an extension of a long line of historical characters who bucked the system when the system was seen as out of control.
Up pops this rogue LA cop named Christopher Dorner, who has already begun to amass a kind of legendary status. There are a significant number of people who see him as fighting corruption and injustice within the power and control structure. This is very similar to people like Capone, Bonnie and Clyde, Pretty Boy Floyd, and dozens of others.
Naturally, this led to several reader emails about 'how I knew this would happen' or 'what technology do you use'. The answer to both questions is Jorge Agustín Nicolás Ruiz de Santayana y Borrás, whose well-known and oft misquoted admonition goes, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." Simple quote, profound implications. One must assume that George Orwell read Santayana extensively when formulating Nineteen Eighty Four and Animal Farm.
Next came the emails regarding my post earlier this week about Pope Benny, and my mention of 'rocks from space'. The questions ran closely along the lines of, "Gosh, how did you see that coming?"
This time, the answer is not so simple, but just as profound.
It seems that since the 1500s, some group has been working feverishly to manipulate history to achieve a certain outcome. This line of inquiry involves the Roman Church's sudden change in doctrine, the revelation of a number of (questionable) documents, the rise of Hasidic judaism, the creation of the Scoffield Bible and the rise of Dispensationalism, the 'finding' of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, and the script-like adherence to something called the Prophesy of St. Malachy.
What's even more interesting is that the origins of a lot of this information come from Russia, home of the Russian Orthodox Church, which is one of the few non-heretical Christian sects left.
What is especially interesting to note is the appearance of Hasidic judaism, the Protocols, the Scoffield Bible, and End-Times Dispensationalism all at the same time in the mid- to late-1800s. The Malachy prophesy was revealed and Roman apostasy began, as well as a number of revisionist historical events, all took place in the 1500s.
I do not subscribe to coincidences, especially when they cluster around certain times in history.
Let's add the fact that many of the people we refer to as 'Jews' today are not Semitic people, but rather they originate from an area in southwestern Russia after a mass conversion to judaism in what century? The 1500s.
Am I saying Jews are taking over the world? Of course not. What I am saying is that a massive plot to steer the course of history to achieve a certain outcome was hatched in the 1500s, and experienced a big push in the 1800s. This plot involves a group of people who are hell-bent on creating the environment to fulfill a certain interpretation of the Book of Revelations. Whether this plot is to force the hand of God into the Second Coming events, or to use the Book of Revelations as a framework to deceive the world into passive acceptance of a global socio-political take-over is a matter of personal speculation, but the tracks are fairly clear to me.
Now a lot of people used to interpret the Book of Revelations as the defeat of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple mount in AD70. The Beast (Roman Empire) was later cast down into the abyss and from it rose the Holy Roman Empire after the conversion of Constantinius in AD345 (or there-abouts). The 1,000-year reign, therefore, was the HRE's iron-fisted rule of Europe. But around 1500, some folks got nervous because the Beast had not escaped from the abyss to be cast down a final time so that the Christian empire could rule for eternity. So it is about this time that a number of events begin occuring that appear to force the hand of God into releasing the Beast one last time so that the final chapters of Revelations could transpire.
In order to arrive at this particular point of view required a certain interpretation of Biblical prophesy. This interpretation had to be promulgated far and wide in order to get the faithful to believe it. This effort began in the 1500s with the release of the Malachy prophesy, among other things. The 300-year-long education effort culminated in the 1800s with the formation of the Hasidic branch of judaism, the creation of the Scoffield Bible and the rise of the American evangelical churches, which are totally focused on End-Times and Zionism.
These events led to the two world wars and the Holocaust, which finally provided the impetus for the creation of a secular state of Israel, which is blindly supported by the evangelical churches in order to bring about the End Times.
Ultimately, it all converges with the Malachy prophesy which says that the new pope with be the last before the Tribulation. The pope's symbol will be the 'rock' (petri/petrus), which coincidentally fell yesterday on where, boys and girls? Why, Russia, of course.
Sure all this takes into account thousands of little variables and is much more complex than I can possibly enumerate here, but the broad outlines fit perfectly into a pointillist view of history. And when you have a lot of people working myopically for 500 years to make something happen, it usually will.
Add to all this the status of the number 13. Based on the belief that there were 13 people present at the Last Supper, the number 13 has been feared and reviled for millennia. If you add 1,000 years (the reign of peace from Revelations) to the conversion of Constaninius, you get the mid-1300s, which is when folks were expecting the final round with the Beast. When it didn't happen for 200 years, then the Big Plan was hatched in the 1500s. The Big Plan got a boost in the 1800s to tie up a few loose ends so that everything could come to a head in 2013. Throw in the Knights Templar who probably found evidence that something was afoul so that their persecution began on Friday the 13th in 1307.
Seems that, like Georges Seurat, the more dots you put on this picture, the more things start to take shape.
Shall we throw in Martin Luther and the 95 Theses in the 1500s? How about the Black Death, Galileo, da Vinci, the fall of Venice, the Gutenberg press, the Renaissance, and dozens of other major historic events that occurred between the 1300s and 1500s? More dots...
Something occurred in the 1500s that has changed the world as we know it today, and all those dots converge into a rather interesting picture of our Universe. How much of our world has been manipulated by a relatively small group of folks to create an outcome based on their erroneous interpretation of a prophesy that, by all accounts, was fulfilled centuries ago?
There are literally thousands of dots to connect here, but we can boil this situation down into something tangible. Like any good theory, it must have the ability to predict future events, so let's give it a shot, shall we?
I predict that there will be further meteorites. Whether natural or 'caused' is not important. What is important is how people interpret the 'signs and wonders'.
The next pope will have some connection to 'peter' and 'roman', though I am not in the camp looking at Peter Cardinal Turkson of San Liborio. Given past 'fulfillments' of Malachy's prophesy, I rather think it will be more subtle than that.
Once the new pope is elected, there will follow a series of massive social, economic and environmental upheaval the likes of which we have never seen (at least since the Black Death). In the midst of this chaos, the PTB will offer their usual Hegelian dialectic of two or three pre-selected 'solutions', all of which will entail global governance and currency.
The people, primed by hundreds of years of 'prophesy' will accept anything, 1) in the hopes of returning to normal, whatever that is, and 2) because at least a billion or so people will see these things as the precursors to the Second Coming. For both reasons, the vast majority of folks will roll over and become exceedingly passive, accepting whatever is thrown at them.
Ultimately, this all will be the end of the Roman Church. If the PTB have their way (and their interpretation of Revelations), the Roman Church will be folded into a global theocracy that will lay claim to all life and property on Earth as the final and eternal Kingdom of God.
If they fail, then no one with any sense will allow these people to so much as attain the power of dog catcher ever again. Either way, the Church dissolves.
The stakes are rather high and they are on a rigid schedule imposed on themselves to get this done. Benny's resignation and the 'rocks from heaven' are hard to turn off again, especially when it all depends on 500-year-old prophesies and centuries of socialization. The rest of us don't have such bindings on us. Unfortunately, a lot of people will fervently believe in these events, while others will convert as they become swayed by the official interpretation of prophesy. Humans are, after all, a rather superstitious bunch because of self-imposed ignorance.
I may be wrong about all of this, but there sure are a lot of dots making up the picture, and the picture is coherent when you stand back far enough. Time will tell. Doesn't hurt to be on the look-out anyway, and certainly if any of these predictions start coming true, then it's Katy bar the door.
So I'm way out on a limb now, but I'm pretty well convinced that I'm at least on the right track. The fact that Russia deployed 10,000 police to collect rocks tells me that someone sees something amiss, or that they are trying to aid and abet the ongoing illusion.
Head's up, everyone. If I am wrong, I will concede the point in a few months. If I am right, I may not have the chance to gloat.