Biblical Prophecies of the Prophet Daniel & St. John as they Come to Pass

Why did President Trump wave that Bible outside St John’s Church across from Lafayette Park in Washington DC the other day? It was so vital for him to do that, they swept the peaceful protesters out of the way so he could pass. Why was it necessary to relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem? We had a vast plandemic and economic lockdown. Why? Something else is happening out here. Make no mistake, the purpose of this in-depth blog is NOT to preach to anyone. The goal is not to convert anyone to anything. Although I would like you to save your soul, I will not be asking anyone to give their life to Christ. We are embarking upon a thoughtful investigation where all records lead to the connection between the church and the state.

I will narrate a tale, and in doing so, I will do my best to paint a picture of what could be going on in the world around us. I will leave it up to you to save your own soul if, in fact, you believe it needs to be saved. If not, at least by reading this you would be entertained by the mind of yet another mad man. This reciprocity begins and ends with the church and the state. We can’t escape that. I will explain the basis of this theory as the School of Prophets have described. Remember our flat earth? Well, that staging ground, for this fairy tale, has a small section broken off of it. Think of that piece of land as an island. Except, instead of being surrounded by water, which it could be, it is also surrounded by a force field. Or some sort of a magnetic shield.

God showed up, they ran, He asked why are they running, hiding and covering their genitals?

Many Christians refer to that island as the Garden of Eden. One can access that island from the far end of the flat earth. There, the ice glacier opens into a narrow corridor that ends in a murky pathway of stepping stones. Moreover, such an attempt could prove futile since God blocked the entrance to the Garden of Eden after he evacuated Adam and Eve from there. That is what our fairy tale is saying. Okay, to brush over a bit of the back story we have the prophet Moses’ books telling us of the creation of the flat earth and the decision to make man in the image and likeness of the creator. Who was the creator speaking to when he said, “let us make man, in our own image?” They made the man from clay and successfully breathed air into his lungs.

After that breath of air jump-started Adam’s life, here we are today. Fast-forward. The newly created man gets bored of living alone, so the creator gifted him with a woman. The man is called Adam, and the woman is called Eve. They got along excited with each other. One day Eve ran into a talking snake. It persuaded her to eat the forbidden fruit, she ate it and figured she’d better get Adam on board. He ate the fruit. Sparks flew, they donkey fucked in the immaculate Garden for the first time. God showed up. They ran. He asked, why are they running, hiding, and covering their genitals? …aaand, it becomes apparent that the snake, Eve, and Adam had broken the rules and ruined the creation plan. Why is the passageway to the Garden of Eden blocked?

Could it be the two very unique trees that exist there? Moses spoke of a Tree of Life in the Garden. Presumably, one becomes immortal if they eat the fruit from that tree. The other tree is the forbidden Tree of the Knowlege of Good and Evil. Anyone who eats from that tree “will surely die.” That is the fruit that the talking serpent convinced Eve to eat. Once they had eaten the fruit, God explained the consequence of their actions. From then on, Adam and all males were never going to receive any more free shit. Men were going to have to work their asses off to get what they want. Eve and every woman after her was going to have a menstrual cycle and experience pain while giving birth. God also exiled the sly talking snake to crawling on his belly.

In addition to those punishments, we also see that Adam was a bystander in the disobedience. It was Eve and the serpent who concocted the plan to defy the rules and try the forbidden fruit. So there was an additional curse placed on Eve and the snake. Moses said that the snake would bruise Eve’s heel, but Eve’s children will bruise the serpent’s head. After expressing His disappointment with Adam, Eve, and the serpent, God kicked them out of the Garden of Eden. He also sealed the entrance behind them so they won’t try to access the Tree of Life to use that to evade their impending death from eating the forbidden fruit. Adam and Eve tipped their way over the stepping stones that led them out through the passageway out of Eden.

Noah’s grandson grew up to become the first hero. Nimrod invented the word king and put the king in…

At some point, they started their new life in the much more expansive portion of the earth where we currently reside. They were on their own, never to see God again. Moses informed us of the very first murder. Adam and Eve’s first two sons rivaled over success. Cain, being on the losing side, murdered his brother out of deep-seated resentment. Our fairy tale goes on, and on about how naughty the first people became. Two sets of bloodlines emerged. One was that of Cain, and the other was of Seth, the son Adam and Eve bore after Abel’s murder. Remember, the orator sets our fairy tale on the premise of patriarchy. The most notable patriarch in the sequence of Cain’s bloodline is Enoch, the master wizard who invented the art of magic.

There is also another Enoch on Seth’s side of the family tree. The most notable is Noah, the prophet who survived the infamous flood. The community that unfolded from the new life Adam and Eve started, after they left the Garden of Eden, committed shameful immoralities such as incestuous debauchery, faithlessness, alcoholism, murder, piracy, you name it. Shit got so woeful. God had to wipe them out with a flood. One of the promises that God gave Eve when He threw them out of the Garden was that a deliverer would arrive to save humankind from the condemnation they provoked. After the flood passed, one of Noah’s grandsons grew up to become the first hero. Nimrod invented the word king and put the king in the name kingdom.

The writers who documented his life, have celebrated him as an archer who founded the very first kingdom that ever existed. He also built numerous cities in the Mesopotamian region. Like all inquisitors, Nimrod came to a violent and early end, leaving a grieving widow behind. Moreover, the authors carouse Nimrod’s wife as the first celebrated whore in history. Some Christian writers have described her as the “Whore of Babylon.” In any case, after Nimrod faced his untimely demise, his wife, Semiramis, turned up pregnant. The timeline of the grieving widow’s pregnancy did not match any explanation that her husband fathered the child. Semiramis explained it as an immaculate conception. That is a summary of the back story.

The twist in this story is what the talking serpent represents. The original narrators of our fairy tale described the snake as Satan or the devil. They insist that when Lucifer rebelled in heaven, God cast him and his followers down on earth. When that happened, Satan vowed to retaliate by corrupting God’s new pet project, which was Adam and Eve in the Garden. I have not come across a document that illustrates God’s plan for humanity if Adam and Eve obeyed. Was he preparing them for a glorious and everlasting life on earth? Did their disobedience happen at a time when they were still premature concerning whatever God was preparing them to do? What would the world have been if Eve had said no to the serpent?

This time it was a gigantic red dragon with seven heads and ten horns and seven crowns on its heads. 

If anyone knows the answer to these questions, they may not have published it for everyone to see. What we know is that the narrator suggests that Satan entered the snake and used it to deceive Eve to eat the fruit. Centuries later, when Nimord’s wife became the first holy mother with an immaculate child, we saw that become the symbol of many religions, including Christianity. In order words, many cultures went on to celebrate a holy mother and child scenario where the son was conceived without a father. That’s why I said the prophecy must be fulfilled. Yahshua only taught for 3 1/2 years. Yet in one generation, what he said transformed the world. Two thousand and twenty years later, his followers number in the billions and cover the earth.

Ironically, today’s Christianity scarcely resembles the early teachings of Christ. A great sign appeared in heaven. St. John prophecied about a woman clothed with the sun, the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. She’s pregnant and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth. Then he saw another omen. This time it was a gigantic red dragon with seven heads and ten horns and seven crowns on its heads. Its tail swept a third of the stars out of the sky and flung them to the earth. The dragon stood in front of the woman who was about to give birth so that it might devour her child at the moment of birth. I will try to avoid various arguments, foreseen or unforeseen, as I give my rendition of this narrative.

In this fairytale world, the earth is flat. Yes, we all know it is round, and it orbits around the sun. But, in the context of this fairytale, the world that we stage this story is flat. A dome covers this flat earth. Within the dome are the sun, moon, stars, and planets, which serve as various forms of light. This flat earth, in our fairy tale, is held in place by seven pillars, which are backed by a solid foundation. The depths of that foundation are what we will refer to as an abyss. Molten fires are billowing out of that abyss. That burning verve helps to heat the ambiance of our flat earth, and it is also the hell in which certain unwanted spirits, along with a mighty beast, are cast and kept to rid the world of the vilest forms of evil. Is that hell?

This is the premise of our fairy tale. Also, entertain the presumption that our dome has tiny holes in it. These holes have shutters that open and close. The prophet Moses, in his book of Genesis, describes our dome as the firmament that separates above from below, allowing our sky and cloud. When those shutters open, we have rain, when they close, we get draught. And of course, atop the dome that covers our little flat earth lies the spiritual and eternal world of heaven where the Most High, the creator of the heavens and the earth, resides with trillions of His obedient angels. In the setting of this story, the social structure is based on patriarchy. Ephesians 5: 25 – “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her.”

Muslims believe the Djinn existed for many centuries before God created man.

Revelation 12: 9 – “The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. God hurled him to the earth and his angels with him.” In the scripture, before we put Satan under our microscope to dissect his role as the antagonist in our story, we must first pay attention to the language they used. “The dragon was hurled down.” What is up, and what is down? We understand that our flat earth divides into four quarters. Those areas are the north, south, east and west quarters. We acknowledge that the dome and heavens are up, and the fiery abyss is below. If we are going by the narrative in our fairy tale, that would mean the dragon and his angels are right here on the earth with us. That is also in prophecy.

Our Islamic brothers speak of an alternate world of DJinns that exists parallel to our own. They have families, live in organized communities, practice religion, politics, and sorcery. They also have modern architecture. They also die. I’ve found it interesting that Islam identifies Satan as a Djinn. Muslims believe the Djinn existed for many centuries before God created man. My question is if these Djinns are Satan and his followers that the Bible speaks about. So, where does this prophecy comes to reality? In our story, this narrative had been playing out since the beginning of time. What does that mean for you and me?*

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