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 »
Our focus today was on The Manhattan Declaration, a position paper issued Nov. 20, 2009 by a group of prominent Christian leaders. In short, the declaration calls Orthodox, Catholic, and evangelical Christians to defend the sanctity of human life, the dignity of marriage, and the rights of conscience and religious liberty. Those are unquestionably values on which Christians can agree — but is it a statement of faith or a dominionist political platform?
THEY’RE NOT even hiding it anymore. Al Gore, speaking at the Smith School World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment in England last week, brought the “good news” that the United States was on the verge of passing legislation to radically change our lifestyles, which in turn would result in “global governance”.
And that’s the goal of the globalists, driven not just by a psychological need to rule, but by a religious belief in the power of self-salvation — which is thus, at its core, Luciferian.
THE Egyptian meme continues to percolate through the culture: Barack Obama as the new King Tut; Michael Jackson as a court wizard to Ankhenaten; and now a woman who calls herself Nona Paris Lola Ankhesenamun Jackson, who claims to be Jackson’s widow and says, “Though he died to this earth he lives with my father Khalid Lucifer.” “Khalid” is a pre-Islamic Arabic name that means “the immortal” — thus her father is the immortal Lucifer. Ms. Ankhesenamun (the name of Tutankhamen’s wife, who married the vizier, Ay, after Tut’s death) may be nuts, but the meme continues to spread.