(from Feb 6) Imran Aliev, a Chechen blogger critical of Putin and Ramzan Kadyrav of Chechnya, was found dead in a French hotel where he had been living in exile. Business Insider reports the French authorities believe this to be a “politically motivated murder.” In a world where the most powerful nations appear to be run by totalitarian regimes, is the formation of a One World Government a good idea? The manifestation of such a political power today would certainly mean a World Dictatorship rather than a World Democracy. Continue reading Another Hit?
Infiltrating societies upper echelons is what Abraham’s 666 Spartans do. They have a way to pick the parents of their fellows. They then guide them to the top. They become politicians, generals, law enforcement heads, priests, doctors and psychologists. People, … Continue reading Witches at the Stake
President Biden’s economic package is being threatened. Joe Manchin (D sort of, WV) is the plant that has the controlling vote. In a tie that’s supposed to go to the VP, Kamala Harris. When you control one democrat in a … Continue reading Climate Legislation Threatened
The time between lifetimes, or when one is dead, is a time of extreme susceptibility to programming. Imagine being asleep while someone manipulates your dream and you in it. You are simply an observer not only to what is happening … Continue reading Abraham Stealing Souls
The Jews became monotheists when Moses made a pact with someone he thought was God on the mountain top after having been helped to free his people from Egypt. Moses’ story is the book of Exodus (Shemot), the second in … Continue reading How Abraham Took Over Egypt
One by one Republican Senators have have rallied behind Donald Trump; even one’s that were previously critical of him (MSNBC). It’s as if there were some higher power getting the R’s back to goose stepping in time. This time to … Continue reading Marching in Time
Yesterday’s new Case Study (#49) brings us to a few questions and an interesting topic. What happened at the Oklahoma City Bombing? This event was overshadowed by the 9/11 attacks and doesn’t get a lot of attention these days. But … Continue reading Analyzing Oklahoma
Part of a series of reincarnation case studies, link below This man is Alexander von Falkenhausen (29 October 1878 – 31 July 1966), Falkenhausen was a German General and military advisor. He saw action in the Boxer Rebellion and was … Continue reading It’s Case Study 49!!!!
The Tanakh has been described as the “search for God in history.” The Tanakh is the collection of Jewish books, mostly historical, referred to by Christians as the Old Testament. It has been rewritten and edited of course. Primarily by … Continue reading Finding Abraham
The story of Judges or Shoftim 19-21 is very similar to the story of Soddom and Gomorrah (from yesterday’s post). It’s an interesting read. A Levite goes to retrieve a wife who left him. On their return she is raped … Continue reading Comparing Gibeah and Sodom
History repeats itself. The reason it repeats itself is because people repeat themselves, lifetime after lifetime. Yes, I’m talking about reincarnation. That is reason the Bible stories are important, and the reason they remain relevant. To truly understand the stories … Continue reading The Truth About Sodom and Gomorrah