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The Prophecy of Hermes Trismegistus

A pendulum can only swing so far to one side
before it turns around and swings to the other.

This webpage is worth a read, all the way through


…God will call back to the right path those who have gone astray; he will cleanse the world from evil, now washing it away with water-floods, now burning it out with fiercest fire, or again expelling it by war and pestilence.

And thus he will bring back his world to its former aspect, so that the Kosmos will once more be deemed worthy of worship and wondering reverence, and God, the maker and restorer of the mighty fabric, will be adored by the men of that day with unceasing hymns of praise and blessing.

Such is the new birth of the Kosmos; it is a making again of all things good, a holy and awe-striking restoration of all nature; and it is wrought in the process of time by the eternal will of God.

For God’s will has no beginning; it is ever the same, and as it now is, even so it has ever been, without beginning.

For it is the very being of God to purpose good.

‘The Grumble-Free Year’: A Conversation With Author Tricia Goyer

The Epoch Times: How did you define grumbling?

Ms. Goyer: Grumbling is more than words. It includes eye-rolling, moaning, slamming cupboards, heavy sighing, and stomping away. It’s more than just muttering words … it goes deeper. Grumbling is truly rooted in discontent. We don’t get what we want when we want it, and so we complain about it.

Sadly, our grumbling not only hurts our relationships with each other, but it also puts up a barrier between us and God. When we grumble, we’re telling God, “What you’ve given us is not enough; you’re not enough.”

The Epoch Times: What were the biggest challenges of living grumble-free?

Ms. Goyer: Truthfully, the biggest challenge was looking at myself first and being an example. I wanted my kids not to grumble, and I had to be the example. Grumbling is easy. Harder is figuring out what’s really going on, trying to make changes, and attempting to communicate better.

While grumbling is not OK, I realized it is good communication to tell my husband my worries, the day’s challenges, and my needs. Overcoming my internal grumbles, transforming my thoughts and attitude, and talking about my needs has helped me to be honest and transparent. And my children are learning that, too.

Another set of “twins” – or man in drag?

This post is for “educational purposes only”… and if it is entertaining, so much the better.

Remember the Peter Strzok – Christine Ford photos from a few months back? If not, here they are:

Add to that, these photos of Justin Trudeau and Linda Sarsour:

If anyone has ever seen either pair together, please let us know because so far we can find no evidence that they are four distinct personalities

It is well known that Luciferians like to have opposite gender identities… see Kerth Barker’s books in which they tried to make him accept an alter-ego they called Kathy. Tricky, tricky, sneaky, sneaky, childish, childish.

Breaking the Spell of Our Cultural Imprisonment

This entire article is full of inspiration…

We currently live in a mad world that is based on fear, greed and scarcity. It is considered completely normal for people to spend the majority of their waking lives toiling in jobs they hate. Economic inequality has reached a point of staggering absurdity where many people slaving away in full-time jobs can barely even meet the basic survival needs of their families, while others lounge around on $200 million yachts and have ridiculously decadent luxury homes around the world…

The amount of human energy and resources that go into designing, making, promoting, and distributing cheap, useless products in this consumerist society is phenomenal. Then to add to the madness, these shoddy, chemically altered, often disposable items are quickly discarded as waste, increasing the huge amount of toxic pollution generated by this lifestyle. Then there are the ongoing unnecessary wars that have shameful costs at both a human and economic level…

Why do we collectively continue to support, maintain and even fight for a system that the majority of us are unhappy with? A significant part of the answer, I suspect, lies in the fact that though there is only a tiny faction of society that really benefits from the existing system, this minority have become masters of public deception and manipulation. By funding universities, political parties, critical think-tanks, interest groups, and by controlling Hollywood and the mainstream media, the global ‘elite’ (with their shared common interests) are able to influence and mobilise group-think in order to ensure that popular beliefs and assumptions are aligned with their aims. Their rhetoric permeates our reality like a hypnotic spell that has taken root deep in the collective psyche…

Read more Breaking the Spell of Our Cultural Imprisonment | Wake Up World

What would a real campaign against gun violence look like?

A most radical suggestion by Jon Rappoport. Imagine using logic… does anyone in D.C. use logic these days?

Now that we know cold weather, snow, blizzards, expanding sea ice, war in Syria, the resurgence of the Taliban, the reappearance of Brian Williams, the escalation of anti-Islam rhetoric, the popularity of TMZ, and the attacks on Hillary Clinton are all the result of global warming, how long can it be before gun violence in America is linked to tree-ring data from the Middle Ages?

To forestall this last conclusion, I offer, as a public service, a sketch of what a real campaign against gun violence might look like. I’m not just talking about homicides, but criminal wounding and maiming as well.

Such a campaign does not depend on whether you believe there should be more guns, fewer guns, or no guns.

You would start by examining where a lot of gun violence takes place. I know: this is a breathtaking assumption. It makes the mind reel. In the history of our species, no one has ever suggested a solution for a problem based on where the problem is located. But there’s a first time for everything.

Wait for it: a map could be constructed. What??!! Yes, a map, based on known statistics. I apologize if the idea is just too boggling, but there it is. You make a map that shows major areas where gun violence has been occurring.

Because, well, that’s the problem you’re trying to solve.

Before you jump ahead too far, let me assure you blame is no part of this analysis. You’re just doing a little geo-research.

And after you make the map, you then actually think about those areas where much gun violence has been happening. You think about what has already been done to alleviate and remedy the situation in those places. You assess the success of those efforts.

Again, I know this approach is absolutely foreign, but give it a chance. You never know what may come of it.

Now, for example: suppose you discovered some of those high gun-violence areas were also high poverty areas. That might mean something. It’s just a crude correlation, but don’t immediately discard it. And then, just suppose that many of the jobs which were once available in those areas had been taken away and exported to foreign nations where slave labor is plentiful.

A possibility, that’s all. Look into it.

And just suppose, in those high-crime, high-poverty areas, there are, take a deep breath, many gangs. You know, people who are organized, people who have guns, people who argue with each other over turf, people who shoot the guns on a more or less regular basis. Wounding and killing each other and also innocent bystanders. And suppose, when you figure it out, when you add it up, the raw number of gun woundings and killings surpass, by a considerable quantity, the number you would find if you looked at other areas where people have guns, like ranches out West. This is just a hypothesis, nothing more. But don’t eliminate it…

Read much more at What would a real campaign against gun violence look like? « Jon Rappoport’s Blog