TRUE END TIMES BIBLE PROPHECY - Monarch Briefing

Discussion in 'End Times & Conspiracies' started by john4564, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. john4564

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    I firmly do agree, bro. :Thumbsup:
     
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    Maybe you missed it. I am sharing a series of visions (not one but many) among many others (not described here for personal and security reasons) that points to ONE date (rather a short period actually) and ONE significance, with winks of eye from the angels. We could call it the angelic humor.

    I didn't say that the mission Apollo 11 is the reference since I kept saying that Prince George's birthday IS. It happens that Apollo 11 and The Lion King are both meaningful and curiously 'coincidental' in regards to the UFO event I announced. The point is that they used the contextual situation to talk about and define the date of that event.

    But remember that the beginning in the Bible is defined according to its end. So, I wouldn't be surprised that the Apollo program, like MANY other things such as 'The Lion King' story, was inspired and/or influenced by the heaven.
     
  3. The shadow

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    Nancy Leiter 2 missed.
    David Meade 4 missed.
    Harold Camping 2 missed
    you 6 missed at least.
    Your July 21 prediction will fail as well.
    I will make my own prediction.
    July 21th will come and go it will be a normal day.
    No UFO event. No aliens.
    after you fail. I expect you to apologize.
     
  4. Toroid

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    According to a Billy Meier story his Pleiadian contacts took him on a specialized craft that can time travel to see a great earthquake in San Francisco. They told him if they went to see it again it would happen on a different day.
     
  5. Shadowprophet

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    It absolutely is, I've been on record before as stating There is nothing beyond my front door that I care for. The real world has nothing but hardships, Criminals, mistrust, and disruption. Tell me why I should trust a man who would just a soon noodle my wife or daughter after being helped.

    The world has nothing left in I revere at all. You could say, But Shadow, you are supposed to care, Well. Beyond my family, I don't. As a Christian, we are supposed to care for the world, and yet abstain from its ways from its sins? I hate the world, It's pretty fucked up, I'm not risking my families safety or my own to help a possible danger to them. It's the most truthful thing I've ever said, Fuck this corrupt morally bankrupt world.

    I literally have better things to do than circle jerk the same argument for two months.
    Could be the pain talking, I've slipped a disc in my back. either way, There is still nothing beyond my family I really care enough about to morn its loss. Philosophically,

    There are a million ways to look at it, I'm minding my own business.

    Thieves, Druggues, Murderers, abusers, adulterers, and scammers. If they all disappeared today,, I wouldn't even notice them missing.


    It's why I'm not a prophet. If I had your gift, I would sit back and laugh about it, Waiting for it to happen, Never having told a soul. Because I care that little about saving a world so corrupt as this one. It's why I don't get to see the future, Rather than regard it as solemn, It would be like a Joke that Only I was in on. Don't get me wrong, I'd find it hilarious.
     
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    Well, you certainly speaks about 'The Bible Code'. I do not agree with its tenants nor with gematria. Far too opened to random interpretations according to the method used.

    Now, the universal law you speak about probably comes from these verses of Ezekiel:

    Ezekiel 33:7-9 “Son of man, I have made you a watchman for the people of Israel; so hear the word I speak and give them warning from me. When I say to the wicked, ‘You wicked person, you will surely die,’ and you do not speak out to dissuade them from their ways, that wicked person will die for their sin, and I will hold you accountable for their blood. But if you do warn the wicked person to turn from their ways and they do not do so, they will die for their sin, though you yourself will be saved.

    These verses clearly say that God warns about what he will do. The prophets warns about what God will do. The people can do whatever they want. But at least, they MUST be warned in order to chose their path. Otherwise, the prophet is responsible of their blood. So, there is a univeral law here stating that God says first what will happen. Hence the Bible prophecies!
     
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    The experiencer Simon Parkes said the Israelis get a preferential treatment because they're in contact with an alien race. Kent Dunn said Moses brought down 661 laws of the Annunaki. Fifteen of those laws are in the Vatican archives.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXeTsWGPT0w
     
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    My mood is fine this morning, I'm just in a butt load of pain cause of my back. I'm only illustrating, My world, Is my wife my kids, my mom and dad. I don't have to care about China or Turkey, or Canada or any political thing. My world is all I have to maintain.
     
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  9. nivek

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    Real world, this physical world?...Good one, lol...

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    So back to step 101: aliens = angels = gods! The ET can materialize and dematerialize at will. The dematerialization state is the spiritual realm. This is explained by the fractal time, key concept of the Absolute Relativity presented in The Science of Extraterrestrials, concept provided by the...ETs!

    As already stated, the ufologists reject religion. The religious reject UFOs. So, how could they both of them even think about the SACRED NATURE of ET contacts, provided that the angels of God, aka the benevolent aliens, serve...(guess who)...GOD?

    We live together with Eve since July 2003 (with a year and half temporary gap), that is to say about 15 years. We are not married but behave like husband and wife.

    We both have visions (and had visions before we met) since years. Hers are more emotions oriented. Mine are more data oriented. We both think the same way for the heaven made us meet together (as seen by Eve hundreds times in childhood) based on what I used to write on internet back then in 2002/2003. So, we are fully on the same page in terms of God and ETs. She even had highly spiritual experiences with Jesus Christ, her former husband 2,000 years ago, in the presence of various ET races in a kind of temple.

    The basis of the Bible, as I showed and said it multiple times here, is the story of interactions between aliens and humanity (step 101: aliens = angels = gods), and their 'Boss', God, of course. I see that you have problems to get rid of your church education.

    ETs are often funny. They make jokes such as the astronauts as ETs, aka Extra-Terrestrials on the moon (definition of ET).

    Sometimes, I wonder whether you are drunk when you read and/or write. Since page 1 I stated, through the videos, that I showed aliens to be angels of God, or fallen angels of Satan. But you make as if I just discovered it when I wrote about them as soon as 2002 (and even before actually). I MET THEM SEVERAL TIMES!

    AND THEY PERFECTLY FIT WITH THE BIBLE!

    Your condescending behavior prevents you to see how far from the truth you are. The Bible is NOT to be questioned (even if few changes took place, but FEW), but the old interpretations are!

    So, what you call 'new knowledge' is the old knowledge...but misunderstood! God is older than humanity but the latter claims to invent him (your famous 'new knowledge'). It's a pity that humanity needs the end times to reach the right conclusion...but too late for most of it.
     
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    What matters is the content of these books. Except the Book of Enoch, most of them are but discussions on interpretations and daily life. So, they don't change the meaning of the Holy Scriptures, even if some comments could help undertanding some aspects, mainly mundane and/or without great importance. But in any way they disprove the Bible nor its prophecies, including the Book of Enoch. All of them actually confirm my views, including the Book of Enoch.
     
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    That's what I told you when you wanted to say that outside the official Bible no reference exists about the historicity of Jesus. I cited the Nag Hammadi Library where the Gospel of Thomas belonged to!

    Now, the Gospel of Thomas has no apocalyptic part. This is not surprising for three main reasons. First, Thomas' worldview was rather symbolic. Second, the Synoptic Gospels only have one chapter each dedicated to the end times: Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21. One of those evangelists has probably influenced the two others. Are they wrong? NO! Because of the following third point.

    The fourth evangelist, John, I firmly believe to be John of Patmos, writer of the Book of Revelation, has been told in John 21 that he will live a longer life than the other to - implicitely - receive the Book of Revelation, the prophetic masterpiece of the whole Bible directly given to him by Christ ONCE resurrected (in that state he told Peter that John would live a longer life) AND ascended. So, the last Christ's words are in the Book of Revelation when he fully recovered his divine status (more informed and covering all the details of the end times).

    It happens that the apocalyptic part of the three other evangelists PERFECTLY matches the Book of Revelation, even if it reveals less than the 66th book of the Bible.

    In other words, the Gospel of Thomas doesn't disprove the Bible prophecies which have come true until now.
     
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    I will look at it but what matters are the intel the ETs provided us with to point to the date, July 21 2019, what they considered to be the most meaningful in relation to the nature of the UFO event we are waiting for.
     
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    Why would I apologize for a date which seems to perfectly match the ET intel I provided you with? I did it for you to see how these intel work. Now, if I fail again, I will say that that perfect match wasn't perfect enough. Now, you can compare me with anyone you want. None of these people reached such a logic and accuracy in the interpretation of the Bible prophecies already past and fulfilled.
     
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    Well, these are his claim and statement. What can I say?
     
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    Not that long ago you were making speeches on forgiveness. Maybe I missed something.

    You maybe start to understand how it is to soon become one of the Two Witnesses prophesying for 1,260 days. Not an easy task, actually.
     
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    Well, with the reincarnation and the move of Israel to UK, the Israelites of the past are not those of the present. Maybe he wanted to talk about those of the past...who could be many people all over the world today (British people spread all over the world since centuries).
     
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    Being focused on your own world doesn't make you bad. On the contrary. God doesn't ask people things they can't do. You can see that being involved in the humanity's fate at a large scale can only be entrusted to few people.
     
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    Let's say that between a screen and the material world, the latter is more real. ;)
     
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    I've been thinking about this topic a lot and I think I found what this is all about. Religion and schizophrenia.

    From Wiki:

    The relationship between religion and schizophrenia is of particular interest to psychiatrists because of the similarities between religious experiences and psyschotic episodes; religious experiences often involve auditory and/or visual hallucinations (John4564 has claimed multiple times that aliens come to him, talking to him) and those with schizophrenia commonly report similar hallucinations (John4564 keeps reporting back from his imaginary alien friends when they said something to him), along with a variety of beliefs that are commonly recognized by modern medical practitioners as delusional. In general, religion has been found to have "both a protective and a risk increasing effect" for schizophrenia.

    A common report from those with schizophrenia is some type of religious belief that many medical practitioners consider to be delusional - such as the belief they are divine beings (John4564 claims he is one of the Two Witnesses from the Bible) or prophets, that God is talking to them (John4564 claimed God talks to him in some way, it was a few pages back), they are possessed by demons (John4564 claimed that Satan talked to him once, and that Jesus comforted him after), etc. Active and adaptive coping skills in subjects with residual schizophrenia are associated with a sound spiritual, religious, or personal belief system (Jo. In a study of patients with schizophrenia that had been previously admitted to a hospital, 24% had what the medical field refers to as religious delusions.

    It would seem that the use of religion can either be a helpful method of coping with the disorder, or it can be a significant hindrance in recovery. This is where a skilled and reliable therapist can help. Provided that a therapist is open to the use of religion in one's treatment, and that the patient is open and receiving said treatment, it is entirely possible to tie religion in with professional therapeutic aids and medication in order to meet a desirable goal. Those who are involved in their church and are spiritual on a daily basis, while getting psychiatric treatment have reported fewer symptoms and a better quality of life. They learn to see their religion as a source of hope rather than a tormenting reality.

    With that, Johnny boy, I leave you to your sad state, and I will not reply to you anymore because you are in need of professional help. To the others on this forum, I'm sorry for poking at an obviously ill-minded person, I didn't take it seriously how bad it can be to treat him this way, but after searching, I understand it's bad. It is best to leave this person alone, and hopefully someone will help him.
     
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