“Writings and addresses on prophecy always excite interest, because they appeal to the element of curiosity which is prominent in human nature. But such writings and addresses are of benefit only so far as they rightly interpret the Scripture. In the case of unfulfilled prophecy this is oftentimes a matter of difficulty; while on the other hand writers on prophetic themes are under constant temptation to indulge in surmises and speculations, and even in flights of imagination. Much has been put forth as interpretation of prophecy which is utterly unproved, but which could not be disproved except, as in cases where dates have been set for the coming of Christ, by the event itself.”
– Philip Mauro, 1921
A friend sent me a clip from the 2010 film, the Book of Eli. If you’re not familiar the film takes place in a post-apocalyptic world and the main character carries a Bible written in braille that the villains are desperate to get their hands on. The film demonstrates just how important scripture is to the elite. They use it as the foundation of the religious control systems that they’ve orchestrated world events with since the beginning of time. These people worship Lucifer, their ultimate purpose being to enthrone their god. The one who Christians know as the enemy of God has lied and convinced them that he will dethrone and replace God. These people believe they are superior to us, but in reality they are the most deceived of all. In fact, a common testimony of many witches and satanists who come to Christ is that satan always lied to them about the authority of Jesus and His complete victory over satan and his demons.
Literally all the control systems find their base in the Ancient Mystery School teachings represented in Kabbalah. In fact, there are ultimately only two religions in the world: The Mystery Schools and Biblical Christianity.
God’s Word and His plan for the redemption of mankind was given to the Israelites, but the Rabbis added their Rabbinical law and Mystical Babylonian teachings to the Scriptures, turning the very oracles of God into yet another great religious system. As a result, they misinterpreted the scripture and failed to recognize their long-awaited Messiah, instead rejecting and crucifying Him.
When Christ rose from the grave, He demolished the great control systems and provided the only way to God, through repentance, turning from human efforts, discipline and religious practice to simple belief in the Son of God, who alone did what no man could ever do.
And I looked, and there was none to help; and I wondered that there was none to uphold: therefore mine own arm brought salvation unto me; and my fury, it upheld me. (Isa 63:5)
The Pharisees immediately set out to add Law / Religion to His message of simple faith. The apostle Paul fought against the “leaven” of the Scribes and the Pharisees to his dying breath and God gave the Israelites 40 years to turn from their wickedness before he poured out His wrath on Jerusalem, utterly destroying it just as Jesus had prophesied He would.
This torrential event has been downplayed. We don’t hear much about it or its great significance, and there’s a reason for that. We are definitely still anticipating the return of Christ to judge the world!
“It is greatly to be regretted that those who, in our day, give themselves to the study and exposition of prophecy, seem not to be aware of the immense significance of the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70, which was accompanied by the extinction of Jewish national existence, and the dispersion of the Jewish people among all the nations. The failure to recognize the significance of that event, and the vast amount of prophecy which it fulfilled, has been the cause of great confusion, for the necessary consequence of missing the past fulfillment of predicted events is to leave on our hands a mass of prophecies for which we must needs contrive fulfillments in the future. The harmful results are two fold; for first, we are thus deprived of the evidential value, and the support to the faith, of those remarkable fulfillments of prophecy which are so clearly presented to us in authentic contemporary histories; and second, our vision of things to come is greatly obscured and confused by the transference to the future of predicted events which, in fact, have already happened, and whereof complete records have been preserved for our information.” -Philip Mauro
Within 300 years, satan turned the truth of the Gospel not only into another Religious Control System but the ultimate heresy that masqueraded as the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, with a mere man standing between men and God claiming that he had the power to forgive their sins.
The Roman Catholic Church took the scriptures from the people to only be interpreted by the priests, which has always been a chief method of the control systems.
Through a great move of God the scriptures were put back into the hands of the common man in the Reformation, but the enemy immediately went to work twisting the meaning of God’s Word.
The red horse is ever following and warring against the gospel through Jesuit / Freemasonic / Rosicrucian involvement throughout both church and secular history.
“And when He had opened the second seal, I heard the second living creatures say, Come and see. And there went out another horse that was red: and (power) was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another, and there was given him a great sword.” (Rev 6:3-4)
“These words describe the symbols of another mighty spiritual agency or power that has exerted a potent influence in shaping the developments of this gospel dispensation. The color of the horse (red), the words “to take peace from the earth” and “kill one another”, and the symbol “a great sword”, testify quite plainly as to the significance of this feature of the vision. There is general agreement, therefore, that we have here a symbolical prophecy of war. But it would be, in my opinion, a great mistake to regard this symbol as meaning only, or even primarily, physical wars; for I am convinced that it signifies something much broader than that, namely strife or variance of every sort; and moreover I believe that what is here pictured is something spiritual rather than material. Our light as to this comes mainly from the words of our Lord recorded in Matthew 10:34. The occasion was the first sending forth of the twelve apostles to proclaim that the Kingdom of God was at hand; and in that connection occur the significant words, “These twelve Jesus sent forth” (v.5). Their “peace was to come upon every house they entered that was worthy; but if it were not worthy, their peace was to return to them (v. 13). Then He warned them to “beware of men”, foretelling that they should be delivered up to councils, they would be scourged, and brought before kings and governors; and further that brother should deliver up brother to death, and father the child; and children should rise up against their parents and cause them to be put to death 9vv. 17-21). So here we have the Lord’s own word, spoken at the first going forth of the gospel, that the immediate effect would be antagonism, variance, and deadly strife. We see there fore that the red horse was to follow hard upon the heels of the white horse.” – Philip Mauro
The book of Revelation is of particular importance to the elite. Citing French occult author and ceremonial magician Eliphas Levi, renowned Freemason Manly P. Hall, listed it among the greatest books of Qabbala:
“According to Eliphas Levi, the three greatest books of Qabbalism are the Sepher Yetzirah, [aka] The Book of Formation [earliest book of Jewish Mysticism]; the Sepher ha Zohar, [aka] The Book of Splendor [the classic text of esoteric Jewish mysticism]; and the Apocalypse, The Book of Revelation. ” – Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages
Capitalizing on the difficult symbolism in the book of Revelation, satan has used Rabbis and occultists to craftily turn it into a deceptive teaching that convolutes the Gospel and garners worship for himself.
I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High.’ (Isa 14:14)
Instead of the hope that the Revelation of Jesus Christ (screenshot of this scripture) is intended to offer, these self-appointed “architects of the universe,” have woven a coming earthly “Millennial Reign” of Christ into it that brings a carnal focus, turning world events into a check-list on a physical timeline.
Where Jesus could not have been more clear when He said “My kingdom is not of this world,” Futurism brings the hope of a physical kingdom with days of peace and prosperity on earth.
Phillip Mauro writes,
[The] subject of “the thousand years” … is mentioned in Revelation 20:1–9, and nowhere else in the Bible. According to [rabbinical Hebrew scholar] John Lightfoot, the term “the thousand years” was commonly applied by the Jewish teachers to the reign of Messiah, which they were confidently expecting, and which, by their teaching, was to be a period of unequalled earthly prosperity and peace, especially for the natural Israel, who, restored nationally and reinstated in the land of Canaan, was to have the place of supreme dominion over all the nations of the world. This rabbinical teaching is the source, and the only source, of the now popular doctrine of the Millennium. For the only passage in the Bible, where mention is made of “the thousand years,” says not a word about a happy state of things on earth during that period. Indeed, it does not refer to conditions on earth at all. Therefore, it is taking an unwarrantable liberty with the Scripture to read the above-mentioned carnal notions into it.
Furthermore, nowhere in the New Testament are the saints bidden to look forward to a blissful millennium, intervening between the era of grace and that of glory. The apostles looked, on the contrary, for the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens and the earth, being on fire shall be dissolved, and “according to His promise, for new heavens and a new earth” (2 Peter 3:12, 13). They seem never to have heard any promise of an intermediate millennial period. The Apostle Paul likewise taught “the appearing of the glory of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ,” as the next thing after this day of grace (Titus 2:12, 13). And so he teaches everywhere (Colossians 3:4; 1 Thessalonians 4:16; 2 Thessalonians 1:7–10, etc). The outlook of the saints of Old Testament days was the same (Hebrews 11:9, 10, 16).
In the view of John Lightfoot, and of some others of the older commentators, “the thousand years” is not a period of earth’s history at all, nor a measure of sidereal time, but purely a descriptive term; and moreover, it belongs in the spiritual realm and runs parallel with this present age. They viewed it as a period during which the power of Satan should be so restrained that Christ’s servants could go freely about their work of preaching the gospel, and thus despoiling the “strong man” of his goods, he being bound (Matthew 12:29); when they could testify the grace of God without fear of violence, imprisonment, persecution, torture and death, which would have been their portion in previous times. If this view be the right one, then there is yet to be “a little season” during which Satan will be “loosed,” and when he will gather “hosts of spiritual wickedness in heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12) against the saints of God. And in that final assault he will employ methods and devices of an entirely new sort. But Christ will appear opportunely for the deliverance of His people, “in flaming fire, taking vengeance on them that know not God”; the last enemy will be destroyed; the heavens and earth will be purified by fire; the judgment of the great white throne will immediately ensue; and eternity will begin for the saints of God. This view merits a careful examination; for certainly it is much more consonant with the whole doctrine of Scripture than is the crude and casual Jewish conception of an earthly millennium. – by Philip Mauro 1933
The earthly reign of Messiah from Jerusalem was what the Rabbi’s were them looking for when Christ came, and when Jesus didn’t fit their faulty interpretation of scripture, they rejected Him and had Him crucified. Tragically, the people went along. They wanted Barrabas… and they still want Barrabas today… (If anyone reading this is still a Trump supporter, know that, it is not only unscriptural to look to any man for the answer, but in his own words, Mr Trump is a student of Kabbalah.)
“Satan is actually a good angel whose job is to help us to grow”
– Eitan Yardeni
Rabbis, Kabbalists, Freemasons, Theosophists, basically all Mystery School rooted religions look forward to a coming “Golden Age” when a man, their “Christ / Moschiach / Matreiya/ Imam Mahdi” will reign on the earth. Some look forward to a “Christ” figure while others view Christ as symbolic.
“Some people believe that the world will “evolve” by itself into a messianic era without a human figurehead. Judaism rejects this belief.” – chabad.org
Theosophists Annie Besant and Alice Bailey taught of a coming “Christ” figure (Maitreya) who will reign in a coming Golden Era of peace and prosperity. Bailey and Besant differ from traditional Theosophy, which is considered by its practitioners to be “the Esoteric Teaching which underlies all the world’s religions,” and sees “Christ as a symbolic term for the Divine Principle of Spirit.”
“Christ is not a being or an entity of any kind. Christ is not another name for Maitreya. Christ is not the “Master of the Masters.” Christ is not the so-called “World Teacher.” And there is no such thing as the “Second Coming” or “Reappearance” of Christ. Christ never had a first coming and has never appeared, nor can ever appear.
Why? Because Christ – from the Greek “Christos” – is simply a symbolic term and name for the purely impersonal and universal Divine Principle of Spirit which is present in everything in the Universe.” – blavatskytheosophy.com
Islam awaits the coming of the “Imam Mahdi,” a descendent of the prophet Mohammed, a chosen one who will bring a time of justice and peace to the world.
And the website Golden Age of Gaia tells us that we are the “Christs” of the New Age.
“Be aware of the profundity of your journey throughout these great cycles of time. And do not look up to me as a master anymore. I have fulfilled that role, two thousand years ago, but that time is over.
You are the Christs of this new era, you will bring peace in a world of duality and polarity, by radiating the peace that lies within your own hearts.”
Regardless of their definition of Christ, they all anticipate a coming age of peace and prosperity, making it evident that the source of this teaching is the Mystery Schools and not Jesus Christ or the Apostles. I remember how that used to confuse me, but that is one of the many purposes of Dispensationalism: to create such a convoluted, confusing narrative that the average believer gives up and leaves it to the experts to interpret. This is nothing short of a return to the Papal authority that kept the people in darkness for centuries. Worse yet, there is currently a teaching spreading in Christiandom that the Word of God is an “idol” and believers should only be led along by “Holy Spirit;” a proper pronoun replacing Christ’s description of the Comforter.
Citing a misinterpretation of Zechariah 14 in its support (I’ll get more into Zechariah in my upcoming video), this teaching of Futurism dates back to Jesuit Priest Francisco Ribera in the 1500s, who was commissioned to recreate the timeline in Daniel in order to turn attention away from the Pope, who the Reformers held to be the antichrist spoken of in scripture.
“First, note the fact that Rome’s reply to the Reformation in the 16th century included an answer to the prophetic teachings of the Reformers. Through the Jesuits Ribera and Bellarmine, Rome put forth her futurist interpretation of prophecy. Ribera was a Jesuit priest of Salamanca. In 1585 he published a commentary on the Apocalypse, denying the application of the prophecies concerning antichrist to the existing Church of Rome. ” historicist.com
In the 1800s Theosophist/ Kabbalist/ Freemason John Nelson Darby added his Dispensational “script” to Futurism.
Decades later, Scofield put together his infamous Bible with its promotion of bloodline-Israel in the footnotes which people ended up referring to as much, if not more than the scripture itself. Dallas Theological Seminary president Lewis Chafer took the erroneous teaching to an unsuspecting church. Other seminaries were started that taught this new method of scripture interpretation, abandoning what the church had taught for 1900 years. In 1948 British Israel was established and the event celebrated as fulfilled Bible prophecy according to the new teaching.
Using dispensationalism: a literal interpretation of the Old Testament covenants & promises, intentional lies were injected into two key places:
Daniel’s 70th week, changing Jesus fulfilling it to a future antichrist. And
The Davidic covenant changed from being fulfilled on a heavenly throne to unfulfilled and an earthly throne in earthly Jerusalem.
Through these changes the New Testament was returned to the Old Testament shadow & type with a future fulfillment. Which is why most Christians look to an earthly Jerusalem instead of heavenly New Jerusalem.
“For the Jews require a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified: a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Gentiles, but to those whom God has called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God. “ (1 Cor 1:22-24)
Futurism obscures the miracle of Christ’s kingdom reign in our current age and our identity in Him as Spiritual Israel. It has effectively transformed The Unveiling of Jesus Christ into the unveiling of the Devil/Satan/Lucifer.
Grand Master Freemason Albert Pike notably spoke of the unveiling of Lucifer at a future time when he will accomplish complete dominion over the earth. He famously wrote in his “Three World Wars” letter to Giuseppe Mazzini, the Italian Revolutionary (August 15, 1871).
“…Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view.” – A Pike
UN Representative David Spangler echoes this aspiration.
“Lucifer comes to give us the final Luciferic initiation…that many people now and in the days ahead, will be facing – for it is an initiation into the New Age… No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian initiation.” – David Spangler
Lucifer, literally “Light Bearer,” will be brought in as the answer, the “light” opposing the evil “darkness” aka “satan.”
The Bible tells us that he is “a roaring lion.” A roaring lion is hard to ignore. But as the deception of nations and cataclysmic events increase we need to keep in mind that satan has always sought to kill, rob and destroy. These things are only now intensifying and being brought into the open. They appear even darker held against the relative “light” of the western civilization we live in. By contrast, God speaks with a still small voice, saying “this is my way, walk in it.” Our God is steadfast. There is no shadow of turning with Him. He is our hiding place, our Rock and Deliverer. Satan’s power is NOTHING in comparison to the power of Christ who will destroy him in the brightness of His coming. (2 Thess 2:8)
This is one reason why I haven’t been rushing to cover events like the rituals at the Commonwealth Games or the explosion at the Hoover Dam. I hope by now you recognize the elite’s Baal worship and know it was not just some architect’s great idea to put weird angel statues at the Hoover Dam. Plenty of others who understand it better than I do are talking about the looming financial crisis. Incidentally, Mauro interprets the black horse as commercialism and the world banking elite positioning themselves to dominate the world in a one world government. Reading his book “Of Things Which Soon Must Come To Pass” (1921) I was amazed at what he wrote a hundred years ago. To complete the picture, he sees the pale horse as the gospel (life) finally being removed from the earth through deception and heresy. I don’t intend to abandon current events, but the only reason to be aware of the occult working in the world is to be aware of its deception.
Will the Rabbi’s man; “Moschiach” usher in the rule of Noahide Law and play the role of “antichrist?” Or will it be Bailey’s prophesied “Christ: Lord Matreya?” Will one pose as antichrist before another is presented as the returning “Messiah?” And how will the aspiration of “Christ Consciousness” figure into it all?
The narratives are so complex, intertwined, so convoluted, that it’s tempting to throw up our hands and say with Pontius Pilate “What is Truth?” But that too is by design.
What is clear to me is that it is all designed to keep us chasing our tails in pursuit of knowledge and that none of it has anything to do with what the Revelation given to John was actually about.
What I do see are Christians naively being turned into Kabbalists and ushering in a Luciferian/counterfeit Messianic age – a “New Atlantis,” what Jesus referred to “as in the days of Noah.” (Luke 17:26-27)
Satan’s religion comes in countless forms, but always boils down to man overcoming his fallen state and achieving divinity by his own merit, through occult practice – rather than surrendering to his Creator and accepting the gospel of Jesus Christ as the only way. Dispensationalism grants nothing less than another gospel to “bloodline” Israel.
And don’t be fooled into thinking there’s a third purely empirical category called Science. Scientism is a religion, Kabbalah. For more on that, check out my video: Space, A techno mystic production.
Our true and only hope lies in knowing the only life-source. It lies in knowing there is nothing we can do to overcome our fallen nature and gain eternal life, but that He has done it for us.
Paul’s prayer was not “God come down and change the world” or for believers to pave the way for his return. His prayer for the believers in Ephesus was that,
“being rooted and grounded in love, you may have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.” (Eph 3:14-19)
That prayer is for us here and now. Our peace is spiritual, and our hope is for the day He returns to judge the world who did not receive Him and create a new eternal heaven and earth where we will live with him in peace forever.
God bless you.