Tag: Fallen Angels

Africa

P.I.D. Radio 10/23/11: Out of Iraq, Into Africa

ALMOST LOST in the news cycle already was the announcement last week that the U.S. is sending military advisers–Special Forces soldiers–to Uganda to help chase down the Lord’s Resistance Army,… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 9/11/11: The Day the World Changed

REGARDLESS OF what you feel about the attacks of September 11, 2001, there is no question that the events of that day changed the world forever.  We remember those who… Read more »

Terry James

P.I.D. Radio at Future Congress: Terry James — Omega Signs

GEOPOLITICAL, SOCIOECONOMIC, and global religious realities are in near-perfect alignment with indicators Bible prophecy foretells will be present as Christ’s Second Advent approaches. Terry James, General Editor of www.RaptureReady.com and… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 9/2/11: A Mystery Afoot

ANOTHER MYSTERY foot has washed ashore near Vancouver.  This makes 11 severed human feet in the last four years.  Police in British Columbia have ruled out foul play.  (Huh?) Also:… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio at Future Congress: Tom Horn — Trans/Post Human

HUMANITY IS on a collision course with a post-human future — at least, if those pushing the H+ movement have their way. That’s only one of the pressing issues Tom… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 8/26/11: Waiting for Sharon

NOT OUR Sharon, but Ariel Sharon. A 108-year-old rabbi who passed away in 2008 reportedly left behind a prophecy that the Messiah would return when former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio at Future Congress: Gary Stearman — The Luciferian UFO Agenda

HISTORY REPEATS itself. “Aliens” have been here before, and they’re back with tempting technologies designed to blind the mind of modern man. We have been conditioned to believe that technology… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 7/10/11: Adventures in Africa

EARTH HAS a brand new country this weekend, the Republic of South Sudan. Forgive us for being skeptical, but we wonder if the push to convince Americans of the need… Read more »