And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares. For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth. Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.
While people are saying, “Peace and safety,” destruction will
come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman,
and they will not escape.
The Nazarene thought telling us what to expect was worth dying for. The Roman elite killed him, or at least tried to kill him, a day or two later. There is a connection between the Olivet discourse and the crucifixion. The Romans were not about to let this secret get out. Don’t let it be for naught in your life. Listen, and you will hear the ancients screaming at us. Listening is life. Everything else is death, especially now. Grab a Bible. Christian or no, you will need the 91st Palm to get you through this. And bring a mask to wear until ET lands or the Rosicrucians arrive to save you. The air will not be breathable because of volcanic ash. Beyond that, think only of tomorrow. ET IS LANDING AFTERWARDS. They will care for us in the aftermath. And the Rosicrucians have a ton of new technology in store for us. It will be a whole new world without the banking class. There is something worth living for; Life.
I wonder sometimes if the reader has any idea how much thought and work has gone into uncovering such truths. I continue to be amazed by my obscurity. It doesn’t bother me. I have bigger fish to fry, as the saying goes. But it is a curiosity to me. How could anyone stumble across such profound truths and then continue on his or her merry way as if nothing happened? Are the people this intellectually dead? Or is all of this lightly dismissed as confirmation bias? As I say on page Terminology that thoroughly annoys me
Let’s be honest, “confirmation bias” is a polite term for at least mildly insane.
We follow in the footsteps of Carl Munck. That’s good enough for me. That Carl Munck doesn’t even have a Wikipedia page tells me that, like Dr. Judy Wood of 9/11 fame, who also does not have a Wikipedia page, he is too close to a truth we are not supposed to know. (Wikipedia is a tool of the banking class.)
Those who are able to see beyond the shadows and lies of their culture will never be understood, let alone believed by the masses.
Platonem ferunt didicisse Pythagorea omnia
You, my friend, must be different if you want to live to see the New World. You must rise above this mediocrity and hear the ancients screaming at us. We do live in the end times.
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“Rock of Ages”
NOTICE: Masks required.
Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come.
Monjeau Peak has a natural breakwater and shield. It is the “Rock of Ages.” Studying the rocks at the top of this mountain I see evidence for water flowing over the top of them in one direction (southeasterly). This suggests the outcropping dates back to the biblical flood. Nothing since then could have done this. Monjeau Peak was underwater in the not-too-distant past. Furthermore, the relative delicacy of how these huge boulders have clung together sometimes like playing cards in a deck would seem to indicate that the rock outcropping was unchanged by the comet Venus and Mars. It is the only rock mountain top in the area. The Bible tells us that the mountains will “melt.” Not this one.
Monjeau Peak Coordinates:
33° 25′ 51″ N 105° 43′ 53″ W
38° 50′ 26″ N 105° 02′ 39″ W
Monjeau Peak is 9,650 feet above sea level. It is 666 miles due east of the Pacific Coast on the 33rd parallel at exactly the same longitude as Pikes Peak. The mountains and valleys to the west form a breakwater for the remnant of the Pacific Ocean megatsunami, which this far inland evidently slows and starts to flow in a more southeasterly direction towards the Gulf of Mexico.
As a last resort, Monjeau Peak is protected by a significant valley (think drainage ditch) to the north.