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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 1:22 am    Post subject: Holy Roman Empire revived, Charlemagne, NCC, WCC  Reply with quote


NCC hate Israel, supports 'Palestine' - God's enemies
[TBC: The National Council of Churches has a long track record of supporting radical causes and it should be no surprise to learn that they are also anti-Israel.]

Christian Zionists: The Real Terrorists [Excerpts]  WHAT!?   Shocked
The National Council of Churches (NCC), which will never specifically criticize any radical Islamist movements no matter how murderous, has found itself concerned about Christian Zionists in America. In fact, according to the NCC, Christian Zionist support for Israel is the main stumbling block to tranquility in the Middle East. The threat posed by these Christian zealots is so worrisome that the NCC has just released a special brochure called “Why We Should Be Concerned About Christian Zionism” to warn its 35 member denominations.

“The danger of this ideology is that it is a manipulation of Christian scripture and teaching," fretted Antonios Kireopoulos, the NCC’s interfaith spokesman. “Unfortunately it has influence in American churches, to the point where many well-meaning Christians are swayed to support particularly destructive directions in U.S. foreign policy with regard to the Middle East.” Not typically concerned about upholding orthodox theology, the NCC even claims that Christian Zionists violate the “traditional teachings of the church.”

Essentially, the NCC is accusing Christian Zionists of being as blindly partisan toward Israel as the NCC and the wider Religious Left were to Marxist liberation movements like the Sandinistas 20 years ago. Or perhaps the more recent comparison would be to the Religious Left’s preoccupation with and unqualified support for Palestinian liberation, to the exclusion of dozens of other ethnic and separationist movements around the world.

As the recent NCC news release summarized: “’Christian Zionism’ is a dangerous movement that distorts the teachings of the Church, fosters fear and hatred of Muslims and non-Western Christians, and has negative consequences for Middle East Peace.” Naturally, the NCC aims to portray pro-Israel evangelicals as mindless zealots who are eager to precipitate the End Times, not to mention bigots and paranoid ignoramuses.

Malachy popes prophecy
Petrus Romanus, antichrist, frankenpope

Adnan Oktar is the Mahdi Maitreya AntiChrist  

NCC, WCC, ecumenism is now called Chrislam
ChrIslam is NAZISM, Spiritual treason! Natl Cathedral, 666

CHURCH, 501c, underground, house, etc

Charlemagne still lives in the EU and world govt.

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Rockefeller fingerprints are on the NCC

The World Council of Churches (1948 – present day)
The United Nations – which stands upon land that was donated by John D. Rockefeller Jr. – would replace the failed League of Nations in 1945 after World War II. The World Council of Churches continues to function to this day as an organization intimately aligned with the U.N. As with all previous attempts to centralize the churches, Rockefeller played a pivotal role with the WCC. Chateau de Bossey, located in Switzerland, functions as the World Council of Churches Ecumenical Institute. The institute was bought with money given to the WCC by John D. Rockefeller Jr. [1]

During the 1961 third assembly of the World Council of Churches in New Delhi India, the agenda of world government and a new international order was once again revealed. Interdependence, surrender of national sovereignty, and regional institutions were all themes of the third assembly. Representatives from churches around the world were present, one of whom was Rev. H. N. Riber (U.S.A). Riber, as reported by the third assembly summary,

“…desired paragraphs 61 and 62 [of the third assembly report] to be strengthened because Christians should be ahead of public opinion in requiring the nations to surrender sovereignty in preparation for world government.” [2]

Paragraphs 61 and 62 of the World Council of Churches third assembly report carry a familiar theme,

“61. But it must be said to new nations as to older ones that the evolution of an international order will require of all a measure of surrender of autonomy and sovereignty for the sake of the world community.”

“62. Peace is dependent not only on goodwill and reconciliation, but in the first place upon the emerging of effective international institutions under the rule of law. Therefore, churches in their desire for peace must recognize the importance of the responsible use and development of international institutions, both in the United Nations and in regional affairs. The aim must be to establish a just system of world order…” [3]

Today, the World Council of Churches holds over 300 member churches worldwide. [4] Some members in North America include: Episcopal Church in the USA; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA; Presbyterian Church; and United Methodist Church. As noted previously, the WCC has maintained its close relationship with the United Nations since its founding in 1948. The World Council of Churches website re-affirms that,
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0bama's spiritual advisor is a hotly anti-christian Muslim

On TV yesterday there was a bit about how so many churches are singing songs favoring the Palestinians - who are the enemies of GOD and Israel.

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To Evangelical and Protestant Pastors Worldwide
June 2011
Roger Oakland, Understand The Times
The following letter is to all Bible-believing pastors throughout the world who have been or are being
influenced by current trends that are attacking the Word of God through the postmodern humanistic mystical belief system.
I have witnessed this deception firsthand on a worldwide basis but am most familiar with what has been happening in the two fellowships I have been part of for the past thirty years -
one in Canada and one based in southern California.

It is with a heavy heart I write this open letter to those who consider themselves evangelical or Protestant pastors. While my desire is to do this respectfully and with the love of the Lord, I am compelled with a strong sense of responsibility to write this warning.

The fact is we are living in a time in history where there is great spiritual apostasy (a falling away), and sadly, many pastors don’t even realize it is happening.
Others realize it but don’t know what to do about it, while still others see it but promote it anyway.
The purpose of this letter is to shine light on the darkness that has crept into so many churches today.

For many years, I have documented my concerns about this apostasy and presented the evidence to the body of Christ. An article I wrote a few years ago called “Ichabod” described the departing of God’s Spirit from many churches. That article was later followed by the commentary “Is Your Denomination a Sinking Titanic?.” I believe we are witnessing the sinking of the Titanic at the present time. While most are still dancing around in the ballroom, a few have chosen to get off the boat. How many get off in time is the question that remains to be answered. Please view this short YouTube video of the Sinking of the Titanic

While I recognize that I am “marked” by some as someone who has caused division within the church, please understand I do not fear any man. I look to Jesus Christ and am committed to tell the truth whatever the cost. I know I have enemies among the “brethren” who insist that I remain silent. I have also been falsely accused and slandered by gossip as a means of discrediting me.

The Bible teaches that we should never fear man or follow man’s ways. “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death” (Proverbs 14:12). We should fear God and His Word alone. Based upon what God revealed to Ezekiel (Chapter 3: 17-20), there is a biblical principal that cannot be overlooked. When God reveals deception and darkness, a watchman must speak out and tell the truth regardless of the circumstances and the consequences.

What I find very alarming is that many pastors who gave warnings in the past about End Times deception seem to have now ceased and become silent. Taking the place of the warnings are teachings or promotion on everything from church-growth, seeker-friendly, contemplative spirituality, Purpose Driven, postmodern/emerging spirituality to even a Catholic/Jesuit agenda.

These various teachings are not biblical Christianity, and for many pastors who once taught the Bible faithfully, these seductive teachings have pulled these pastors in a direction that negates so much of what they once stood for. It is not uncommon now to hear these pastors espousing those such as Mark Driscoll, Rob Bell, Richard Foster, and Rick Warren, all of whom de-emphasize Bible prophecy of the last days and emphasize the “Kingdom of God on earth” now.

Some pastors recognize that their own denominations or fellowships have turned or are turning away from the teachings of the Bible, yet so many have remained active participants of these denominations. As the years go by, these pastors do not speak up – they are silent. Is this silence an indication that they have bought into a sensual, carnal, three-legged stool plan that links hands with those such as Rick Warren and Tony Blair and is on the road to Rome for a One World Religion? I fear that for many that is the case. What may have begun as “looking the other way” has become outright rebellion in many cases. This is the way deception often happens.

We are living in the time of strong delusion that Paul wrote about (2 Thessalonians 2:11). If you are a Bible-believing pastor, shouldn’t you be helping to lead the way in warning about deception, not promoting the apostate agenda in any fashion?

Ecumenism within the church has been allowed to develop for years.
When a pastor does not warn his flock about ecumenical apostasy, it sends the message that exposing apostasy is just not that important. When a church, organization, or denomination starts down the Road to Rome, there is very little chance of turning back – the pull is just too great. Nowhere in the Bible is it acceptable to join hands with those who promote another Jesus and another gospel like that of the Roman Catholic Church.

This is why John warned: come out of her (the harlot) and be not partakers of her plagues (Revelation 18:4).
Rev 3:14 ¶ And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; Rev 3:15 I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. Rev 3:16 So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth. Rev 3:17 Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked: Rev 3:18 I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich; and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and [that] the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see. Rev 3:19 As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent. Rev 3:20 Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. Rev 3:21 To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne. Rev 3:22 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches.
In June 1981, Chuck Smith, the founder of the Calvary Chapel movement, invited me to fly down from my farm in Saskatchewan, Canada to speak at Costa Mesa at a four-night conference called “The Bible: Key to Understanding Science, History and the Future.” Seven years later, in the fall of 1988, Chuck Smith asked me to join the staff at Costa Mesa. My family moved to Orange County, California from Saskatchewan, Canada.

My position at Costa Mesa involved being an outreach from CCCM as an apologist in the area of creation and evolution. I also showed the association of the New Age

Movement and its relationship to Bible Prophecy.
In 1991, after being on staff for three years, Understand The Times was founded as an independent ministry, separate from CCCM. However, UTT was still closely associated with CCCM and was given missionary support. The UTT association with Calvary Chapel pastors and missionaries encompassed the world for about twenty years.

During a fifteen year time period, UTT had an office on church property at CCCM from time to time. Understand The Times had a five-minute radio program that aired on KWAVE and CSN for over ten years. I also had close relationships with members of the Smith family including Chuck’s brother Paul and his son Jeff.

While many of my experiences and associations with those in Calvary Chapel had been good over the years, I observed many serious problems in the Calvary Chapel movement, especially in the last five years. Many Calvary Chapel pastors I know have admitted they also see these same warning signs, but most have not felt they could speak out.
The reason I am writing this letter as an open letter to all pastors is because I believe that many of the problems I witnessed while part of the Calvary Chapel movement are the same problems that many other Christian organizations and denominations are experiencing today. And many of these kinds of problems lead to deception and apostasy.
Smith, Chuck

Today many evangelical and Protestant pastors are operating on the principal or idea that if their churches are small, there is something wrong with them. The “doctrine of big” has replaced the doctrine of being faithful to the Word of God. Along with this doctrine of big comes the subtle attitude that any “offensiveness” must be removed from the church. Thus, a watered-down gospel takes effect; and thus, people in the churches are not hearing the true Gospel. Bibles are left at home, hymns are stopped, and talk about the blood of Jesus and His atonement for our sin ceases.
As Bible-believing Christians, we should be able to discern that there is a flaw in this doctrine of big. As churches get bigger, more funds are required to accommodate bigger budgets. The bigger the budget the bigger the offering is needed to meet the budget, and big donors become more and more important. Now you have a situation where the pastor preaches carefully so as not to create controversy. Controversy can cause powerful donors to leave. Pastors who once feared God now become man-fearing where doctrine is determined by men and their motives, and not by God’s Spirit and His Word.

Over the past two decades, I believe the Lord led me to author or co-author six books warning about the ecumenical one world religion movement and how it is impacting Christianity. These were: (1) New Wine or Old Deception (2) When New Wine Makes a Man Divine (3) New Wine and the Babylonian Vine (4) How Marian Apparitions Plan to Unite the World’s Religions (5) Another Jesus: The Eucharistic Christ and the New Evangelization (6) Faith Undone: The Emerging Church - a New Reformation or an End Time Deception. God has put in my heart all these years a passion to warn of impending spiritual danger.

On March 6, 2011, I attended the Peace in a Globalized Society Forum that was held at Saddleback. Rick Warren and Tony Blair both explained what they are doing to set up a one-world religious program for peace. Yet even though it has become most apparent to many discerning Christians what is taking place with Rick Warren and his “new” reformation, very few pastors are publically denouncing the Purpose Driven Peace Plan. In fact, prominent pastors like John Piper are embracing Rick Warren and his teachings.

As I have written in some of my books, Ignatius Loyola was the founder of the Order of the Jesuits in the Catholic Church. The Jesuit goal is to turn the inerrant Word of God into the word of man while at the same time promoting the word of the pope as the word of God. In addition, the Jesuit ambition is to bring the “lost brethren” back to the “Mother” church (read Another Jesus). This is no minor thing. I have been to the city of Rome. I have seen the multitudes worship and adore a man (the Pope) who carries a wafer and a vial of juice that is supposed to be the literal body and blood of Jesus Christ. Martyrs in earlier centuries were murdered for rejecting the papacy and the Eucharist. And yet today, I am horrified to watch once Bible-believing pastors turn their hearts and their congregations toward Rome, often through a Jesuit influence. Instances of this are occurring more every day.

Now that Rick Warren and Tony Blair (who converted to Catholicism) have announced they will be working together to set up a One World Religion as they did on March 6, 2011 in southern California, how will Christian pastors respond to this? Or will they at all? History shows, most probably won’t.

What is known as fact is this: the emerging/postmodern, Purpose Driven ecumenical, contemplative mindset in the Evangelical or Protestant Christian church has not gone away. And it is not popular to speak against this growing apostasy. It is a lot easier to go down stream than upstream. The Bible foretells we are in the Last Days. What do you as Christian pastors want to be: dead salmon washed out to sea or true fishers of men?

There will be a One World Religion in scripture - Revelation 13. Do you want to be part of the problem, or do you want to be standing up for truth? The latter is not easy and carries with it a high price.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

She named the boy Ichabod, saying, The glory has departed from Israel.  
1 Samuel 4:21

About 1986 as I was leaving my church one Sunday, I turned around and in my spirit I 'saw'  ICHABOD  written across its entryway.
The church was having troubles and several of us felt the Holy Spirit Who had been very real had either sat down or left.
Now I got this article in email.  END NOTE

A FALSE JESUS is taking over Christendom, leading the many followers into the web of the Great Harlot of Revelation 17
Commentary by Roger Oakland

Several years ago, I wrote a commentary that created a huge controversy.
Some who read the commentary took it personally and thought I had written the article to specifically fire a missile over the bow of the leadership I was most familiar with.  
While I can see now why they would come to this conclusion, when I wrote the commentary, this was not my objective.
I was trying to wake these leaders up so they would recognize the error of their way, repent, get things right, and be a lighthouse in these Last Days.

Sometimes God speaks to his servants to warn others. Certainly, this is proven over and over again through the testimony of the Old Testament prophets.
Sometimes those who were being warned listened, but in most cases, they did not. Judgment always followed.
Read Ezekiel 33

I wrote Ichabod in 2007 because I was compelled to warn about the apostasy that has now swept so many denominations.
They have now sold out to the ecumenical movement that leads to Rome and the evil One World religion.

Rather than Christian leaders and pastors recognizing that the Holy Spirit had departed from many churches and denominations,
they themselves were swallowed up by strong delusion, and the march towards apostasy continued.
Few have been bold enough to say anything because they do not want to rock the boat.

As we near the end of 2011, we will make one more plea for those who still believe they are serving God,
when instead they are abandoning His Word either through their actions or their silence or both.
This is why we are republishing the commentary Ichabod.


The Bible calls Satan the great deceiver. To be deceived means to be led away from the truth without knowing it.
If the person being deceived knew he or she was being deceived, then deception would not have occurred.
One must believe that one is not deceived in order to be deceived. It is just that simple.

Understanding deception has a lot to do with having a proper perspective.
Instead of having God’s perspective, the person being deceived has his own perspective.
A human desire for power and the potential to be proud are two of the greatest barriers that prevent us from seeing God’s perspective.
Satan’s plan is to deceive mankind by working on human weaknesses.  He knows what he is doing.

In Proverbs we read: “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.”
Think about this for a moment. The Bible states, “the wages of sin is death.”
So what may seem right can lead to death because the consequence of sin is death. Do you see how deception works?

Sometimes it is beneficial to take time to do a reality check on our lives.
For example, a Christian can be confident that he or she is serving the Lord when he is actually deceived.
This is because what we do “seems right” in our eyes.

(In the times of the Judges, each did what was right - in their own eyes - and fell into sin, far from GOD.  Judges 17:6 )

Not long ago a situation occurred which helped me to see how easily one can be deceived by not having the proper perspective.
I was looking over a series of slides on my digital camera. I had taken these photos while traveling around England.
Without knowing what I had done I had somehow expanded the view on one particular slide from the normal view to a view that was 10 times enlarged.
As I was flipping through the slides, I could not figure out what the scene was that I had photographed.

Moving the picture around on the screen from left to right and top to bottom did not help. It was the most frustrating experience.
Nothing that I could see in the photo seemed to give me a clue where I had taken this photo.
Suddenly, I remembered how to view the slide in the normal unexpanded view.
In a second I could see what the picture was and recalled exactly where I had taken it. I just needed the proper perspective.

Perhaps this illustration will be useful to help you see what can happen to human beings, ministries, pastors, and even denominations.
It is very easy to go about our lives thinking we are God’s chosen vessels, doing His will, when in fact we are deceived and doing the work of Satan.
This is why it is important that we read the Word and give ourselves a reality check from time to time.

When the Glory Has Departed

I know Christian leaders and denominations that started out right but have ended up wrong. This downfall can be predicted in light of church history.
God has raised up individuals from time to time to be leaders.
As long as these leaders are led by the Holy Spirit and continue in His Word, God’s blessings will be abundant.
Sometimes, a pastor will become a leader and a model for many other pastors.
Eventually, a fellowship of churches with like-minded pastors may be the result.

This fellowship of pastors teaches the Word of God and the sheep are enlightened and fed.
The sheep, because they are learning, love God with all their heart. This love spreads to the horizontal plane, and love is overflowing.
The sheep want to tell others about Jesus. It is even possible to have a “Jesus” movement.

However, the passing of time has a way of helping us forget. Perhaps another way of saying this is that Satan hates what God is doing.
It doesn’t take long before the fellowship of pastors takes on a different perspective. Some pastors forget from where they came.
They were once shepherds with small flocks. As they taught the Word and fed the sheep, the small flocks grew to become mega-churches.

These mega-churches grew to the point that there was no longer a flock - there was a herd.
There were so many sheep in the flock that the shepherd felt he had no choice but to manage the flock by turning the church into a corporation.

As everyone knows, churches, when they become corporations, have to operate like a corporation not a church.
In the world, people in corporations are always looking for position.
The only way one can be successful in climbing the corporate ladder is to be loyal to the corporation and the corporate president.
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Here lies a problem
When a Christian becomes more loyal to a man than to the Son of Man, spirituality can soon turn into carnality.
Carnality that is further driven by the obsession for power, position, and possession often is the perfect recipe for disaster.
What once may have been a wonderful Spirit-led church now becomes a machine that simply goes through the motions.
Everything looks like it is working. However, the machine is broken.

When the Spirit Departs

In the Old Testament, the Holy Spirit inspired the writer of I Samuel to give us an example of what happened to the children of Israel in days past.

Israel, as a nation, knew the glory of God's presence among them. The children of Israel prospered and became strong as they followed the Lord.
However, Israel turned from God by making wrong choices. Eventually, the people of Israel came to the place where the presence of God was no longer among them.
The glory of God had departed.

In a desperate attempt to win a battle with the Philistine army, Israel devised a plan.
The leaders actually believed that if they took the ark of the covenant with them to battle that God was obligated to lead them to victory.

Such was not the case. God did not fight for Israel. Israel was defeated, and the Philistines triumphed and even took the ark.
When a messenger returned from the battlefield with the sad news that the army was defeated, the ark was captured, and the two sons of Eli were dead,
Eli fell backward off his chair, broke his neck, and died.

Eli’s daughter-in-law, the wife of one of the sons killed in battle, was pregnant.
When she heard the news that her husband, brother-in-law, and father-in-law were dead, she went into labor.
She gave birth to a son, but she died during the delivery. The Bible states that the woman who was acting as the midwife named the son—Ichabod.
“Ichabod” means the glory has departed.

There are other examples in Scripture of what happens when the Spirit of God departs from a man.
For example in 1 Samuel 16: 14 we read, “But the Spirit of the LORD departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from the LORD troubled him.”
Or, remember the story of Samson. Once empowered by the Spirit there came a time when the LORD departed from him, and Samson was not even aware that it happened.

A Biblical Solution

The Bible paints a grim scenario with regard to what happens when the Spirit of God departs, doesn’t it?
Well, I have some good news. There is a solution.

I believe that such a scenario could be turned around. God wants His servants to finish the race. He does not take joy in seeing them defeated.
Do you recall the words of Jesus when He spoke to the church at Ephesus as recorded in Revelation 2?
While the members of the church were noted for saying what was right, in their zeal to be right, they were wrong.
In fact, it almost seems as if the Spirit of God had departed from their midst.

This can be deduced by reading what Jesus said. He was warning that He would depart from their midst.
Jesus said that the church at Ephesus had “left their first love” and that they needed to “repent” and “return to the place” where they had once been.
That means they had departed and did not know it.

Jesus said He would remove the “candlestick” if they did not repent.
Clearly, Scripture interprets this to mean that Jesus would remove His presence from the church of Ephesus.
Did that mean He was about to write “Ichabod” above the door of the church?

The Spirit of God points us to the Word of God. The Word, Jesus said, is the truth.
What we do with the truth is entirely up to us. We can choose to obey or to disobey.

I would pray that every Christian would sincerely ask God for His perspective of where we are and what we are doing.
Don’t rely upon the praises of man or the fear of man as a spiritual barometer.

When we stand before the throne, all the things we did in the flesh will burn like wood and hay.
Only those things that were done when we were led by the Spirit will count.

It is all about getting the right perspective, now.
Before it is too late.

Proverbs 14:12
1 Samuel 4:1-21
Judges 16:20
Revelation 2:1-7


666 * Beast * antiChrist and the Vatican

Ecumenism, False Shepherds and Doctrines of Devils
By Mark Sennett (ProclaimHisWord)

Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? And what communion hath light with darkness? and what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the Living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, and will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be My sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty. 2 Corinthians 6:14-18
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Revelation 12
a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars.

Charlemagne was a Roman Catholic Crusader
The woman who rides the beast is a blasphemous depiction of Mary.

Charlemagne was seen as the Father of Europe, and the 12 star design of the EU flag represents Mary.  Roman catholocism, not Christianity and Mary is NOT diety, NOT to be worshipt, hears NO prayers.
The EU is the prophetic revived Holy Roman Empire, Babylon, the kingdom of the Beast.
In 800, Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne emperor of the Romans.

Jerusalem became a protectorate of the Holy Roman Empire and yes, has a king.
In the 8th century emissaries were sent to Jerusalem by Emperor Charlemagne to negotiate an agreement with the Muslim Caliph Haroun al-Raschid.

Irvin Baxter set me on this quest.
I was totally captivated by his half hour TV program June 8, 2015.
You need to LISTEN to this video!  More details than I can possibly type.

Revelation 17
mystery “Babylon the great, mother of prostitutes and of earth’s abominations.” And I saw the woman, drunk with the blood of the saints, the blood of the martyrs of Jesus.

When I saw her, I marveled greatly. But the angel said to me, “Why do you marvel? I will tell you the mystery of the woman, and of the beast with seven heads and ten horns that carries her. The beast that you saw was, and is not, and is about to rise from the bottomless pit and go to destruction.

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Credit - Irvin Baxter for setting me on this quest.
I was totally captivated by his half hour TV program June 8, 2015.
You need to LISTEN to this video!

Holy Roman Empire
Charlemaigne was a medieval emperor who ruled much of Western Europe from 768 to 814. In 771, Charlemagne became king of the Franks, a Germanic tribe in Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and western Germany. He embarked on a mission to unite all Germanic peoples into one kingdom, and convert his subjects to catholicism.

As far back as the eighth century AD, emissaries were sent to Jerusalem by Emperor Charlemagne to negotiate an agreement with the Muslim Caliph Haroun al-Raschid.
The result was that Jerusalem became a protectorate of the Holy Roman Empire.

Charlemagne was also of the Merovingian illuminati family

Charlemagne was also of the Merovingian illuminati family, Rothchilds

Merovingian illuminati Bloodline

Charlemagne was born probably in April in Belgium, where the Meroving originate.
Data is disputed.  Meroving bloodline of the illuminati / antichrists.

Charlemagne was crowned Imperator Augustus in Rome on Christmas Day, 800 by Pope Leo III and is therefore regarded as the founder of the Holy Roman Empire (as Charles I). Through military conquest and defense, he solidified and expanded his realm to cover most of Western Europe. He is often seen as the Father of Europe and was the first truly imperial power in the West since the fall of Rome.  The Franks were protectors of the Papacy and the Catholic faith. However, the Merovingian dynasty of kings had long before declined.

The Vatican Created Islam
An account of a former Jesuit priest on the teachings of the inner circle of the Catholic Church


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A Woman Rides the Beast
Prophecy, Daniel and Revelation, Dave Hunt
Revelation 17 the woman is a city - Vatican
Babylon was a code word for Rome

If Catholics only understood how dangerous the pope is.  
He is the servant of Satan.  He is pure Evil.  
Peter was NOT the first pope and if Peter were alive today, he'd curse that demonic vatican.  
If Abraham lived today, he'd be a Christian and curse Islam.

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