The Strangest Thing


To show me the trumpets at around this point, there is an eagle crying woe, woe. Here are the most unbelievable words in the whole of Revelation. “Behold, I am coming like a thief! Blessed is the one who stays awake, keeping his garments on, that he may not go about naked and be seen exposed!” It is actually part of the sixth wrath, and it needs to be especially pointed out. How can you possibly say you are coming like a thief in the night when we have just read of horrific calamities? You would think it would read here, I come with bells, whistles, and great anger. These calamities must be explained away. Could it be that we can be so deceived that, in all of this, we cannot see what is going on? It is saying “be ready,” so it is not talking to the unsaved but the saints.

A warning for the Christians who do not believe the end is upon them. I think that the Fukushima disaster is a good example. This is a disaster of Revelation proportions. A mountain was thrown into the sea. A third of the ships along the coast were wrecked, and a third of the fish in the North Pacific have died. Yet, we are not moved. In the 1990s, there was a concerted effort by the cherubs to buy up every medium and large news outlet in the world. Slowly, but surely, the royals and their Khazarian priest achieved their goal. All sizable US news outlets are owned by just six corporations. That is repeated all over the world. At the end of the age, people are supposed to be under a great delusion, and I, like many, always thought that this was some spiritual event. Turns out to be a very earthly event. The 2020 American election and the following Trump presidency have shown just what the media is capable of. Lies and non-reporting of events are commonplace. The truth and integrity are things of a bygone age, and we live in a post truth world. Furthermore, I think most people, including most current Christians, just do not want to know. I was watching an old-time preacher the other day on YouTube, and he said, “I asked a group of people a question, what was wrong with Christianity today?” and they replied, “We don’t know and don’t care.” He answered them “correct”. The great delusion.