Thursday, December 24, 2009



At left is a pagan sun wheel in the temple at Kararak India, which is associated with occultism and astrology. It resembles a chariot wheel doesn't it?

Note the following verse-

2 Ki 23:11 And he took away the horses that the kings of Judah had given to the sun, at the entering in of the house of the LORD, by the chamber of Nathanmelech the chamberlain, which was in the suburbs, and burned the chariots of the sun with fire.

When Israel apostatized, they made chariots dedicated to the sun god, who it was thought, traveled across the sky in a great chariot. Hence the origin of the sun wheel.

The Symbols of Baal, Ishtar and Shamash

Below is an artifact unearthed in the holy of holies of the pagan temple in the Canaanite city of Hatzor / Hazor, in northern Israel. It is described as follows:

"Of special interest is a square basalt altar for burning incense. On one of its sides, a circle with a cross in the center – the divine symbol of the Canaanite storm god – is carved in low relief."

"... a basalt offering table, pillar-shaped, with a carved symbol of the storm god Baal on its side. That symbol was a circle with a cross in the center"

... The Akkadian Ishtar is also, to a greater extent, an astral deity, associated with the planet Venus: with Shamash, sun god, and Sin, moon god, she forms a secondary astral triad. In this manifestation her symbol is a star with 6, 8, or 16 rays within a circle. ...

The Star of Ishtar

Because some astronomical objects move through the sky in repeated and known intervals of time, the behavior of the celestial gods associated with them can be symbolized numerically. Ishtar, as the planet Venus, perhaps was handled this way in the eight-pointed star that usually stands for her on Babylonian boundary stones.

References to Venus as early as 3000 BC are known from evidence at Uruk, an important early Sumerian city in southern Iraq. One clay tablet found at the site says "star Inanna," and another contains symbols for the words "star, setting sun, Inanna." Inanna is Venus, known later as Ishtar, and the Uruk tablets specify her celestial identity with the symbol for "star": an eight-pointed star.

So can the star within a circle, or sun wheel, be found in the Vatican in Rome? Indeed it can!

Here is a photo of the papal palace with the pope at the window of his apartment. Note the many eight-pointed stars of Ishtar in the decorative work above the windows. Some are within a darker circle.

Here you see a view of the piazza or plaza at the Vatican, also known as St. Peter's square. The papal palace is on the right edge of the photo. The large eight-rayed sun wheel design, symbolic of Ishtar, is immediately noticeable. Look closely in the center of the wheel. What you see there is an obelisk, a genuine Egyptian obelisk shipped from Heliopolis to Rome by the Roman emperor Caligula. The obelisk is, of course, a phallic symbol, * but it also was used in sun worship. Click on the image to view a larger version of the same image.

* It is claimed that the word 'obelisk' literally means 'Baal's shaft' or 'Baal's organ of reproduction'. Source: Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, by Dr. Cathy Burns, pg. 341.

Here is an old photo of the center of St. Peter's square, and note that around the obelisk, at the center of the huge eight-point sun wheel, is a smaller four-pointed sun wheel, the same symbol as found on the altar stone in the temple of Baal in Hatzor!

Pope John Paul II, at World Youth Day 2000, was wearing a crimson and gold stole, which bears the symbols of Baal / Shamash within an eight-pointed star of Ishtar.

The Obelisk

The Egyptian obelisk that stands in the square of St. John Lateran (shown at left) is the largest in existence. Originally carved during the reign of Pharaoh Thutmoses III, it stood in the Temple of Amon in Thebes (Karnak), but was removed to Rome by emperor Constantius (A.D. 317-361), and placed in the Circus Maximus. In 1587 Pope Sixtus V unearthed the fallen, broken and long forgotten obelisk and had it repaired and placed in the Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano. Interestingly enough, it is possible that Moses saw this very obelisk when he was in Egypt. Now this obelisk, meant to honor the sun god, stands beside what Catholics call the supreme "Mother of all Churches", the official cathedra of the bishop of Rome, the Pope, which brings to mind Revelation 17: 5 and the apostate Mother Church, Mystery Babylon, the mother of harlots, who stands accused of fornication, a mixing of the sacred with the profane, truth with error.

OBELISK. Of the several functions of the PILLAR among early peoples, the Egyptian obelisk was worshipped as the dwelling place of the sun-god.

The pagan association of the obelisk was something well understood by the church. The Jesuit scholar, Athanasius Kircher in his book Obeliscus Pamphilius, published in 1650, gives an account of the ancient views of the obelisk as the digitus solis, or "finger of the sun".

Pope Sixtus V (1585 - 1590) had the Egyptian obelisks erected all over Rome, as Counter-Reformation monuments.

The word matstsebah in Hebrew means standing images or obelisk and it can be found in many places of the Bible. Here is Strong's definition of the Hebrew word matstsebah-

H4676. matstsebah, mats-tsay-baw'; fem. (causat.) part. of H5324; something stationed, i.e. a column or (memorial stone); by anal. an idol:--garrison, (standing) image, pillar.

In the following verses matstsebah has been translated as image(s)-

Exo 23:24 Thou shalt not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do after their works: but thou shalt utterly overthrow them, and quite break down their images.

Exo 34:13 But ye shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves:

Lev 26:1 Ye shall make you no idols nor graven image, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the LORD your God.

Deu 7:5 But thus shall ye deal with them; ye shall destroy their altars, and break down their images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven images with fire.

Deu 12:3 And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hew down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place.

1 Ki 14:23 For they also built them high places, and images, and groves, on every high hill, and under every green tree.

2 Ki 3:2 And he wrought evil in the sight of the LORD; but not like his father, and like his mother: for he put away the image of Baal that his father had made.

2 Ki 10:26 And they brought forth the images out of the house of Baal, and burned them.

2 Ki 10:27 And they brake down the image of Baal, and brake down the house of Baal, and made it a draught house unto this day.

2 Chr 14:3 For he took away the altars of the strange gods, and the high places, and brake down the images, and cut down the groves:

2 Chr 31:1 Now when all this was finished, all Israel that were present went out to the cities of Judah, and brake the images in pieces, and cut down the groves, and threw down the high places and the altars out of all Judah and Benjamin, in Ephraim also and Manasseh, until they had utterly destroyed them all. Then all the children of Israel returned, every man to his possession, into their own cities.

Jer 43:13 He shall break also the images of Bethshemesh, that is in the land of Egypt; and the houses of the gods of the Egyptians shall he burn with fire.

Micah 5:13 Thy graven images also will I cut off, and thy standing images out of the midst of thee; and thou shalt no more worship the work of thine hands.

Another Hebrew word is also used for "sun images" or obelisks, the word chamman. Again, here is the Strong's definition-

H2553. chamman, kham-mawn'; from H2535; a sun-pillar:--idol, image.

Chamman is also translated as simply image(s) in the King James:

Isa 17:8 And he shall not look to the altars, the work of his hands, neither shall respect that which his fingers have made, either the groves, or the images.

Isa 27:9 By this therefore shall the iniquity of Jacob be purged; and this is all the fruit to take away his sin; when he maketh all the stones of the altar as chalkstones that are beaten in sunder, the groves and images shall not stand up.

2 Chr 34:4 And they brake down the altars of Baalim in his presence; and the images, that were on high above them, he cut down; and the groves, and the carved images, and the molten images, he brake in pieces, and made dust of them, and strowed it upon the graves of them that had sacrificed unto them.

Here is a close-up of the obelisk in front of St. Peter's. Have you ever given any thought to the origin of the church steeple? Could it be a modern representation of the pagan obelisk? Indeed!

So in St. Peter's square, the symbol of Baal is within the symbol of Ishtar, and at the center is an Egyptian obelisk, all representing pagan sun worship.
Palm Sunday at Pagan Sun Pillar

Above are pictures of John Paul II, dressed in scarlet, celebrating Palm Sunday in St. Peter's square on April 16th, 2000, with a "grove" of potted palms and hundred-year-old olive trees placed around the standing solar pillar (matstsebah) or obelisk, in the center of the Vatican's large pagan solar wheel symbolizing Baal and Ishtar.

Deu 16:21 Thou shalt not plant thee a grove (asherah) of any trees near unto the altar of the LORD thy God, which thou shalt make thee.

Deu 16:22 Neither shalt thou set thee up any image (matstsebah / pillar); which the LORD thy God hateth.

Below are two photos of a statue in St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome

It is supposedly a statue of Peter enthroned. Notice the sun wheel above his head? This statue is thought by some to actually be a pagan statue of Jupiter, removed from the Pantheon in Rome (a pagan temple), moved into St. Peter's and renamed Peter. The extended right foot has been nearly worn away from the many pilgrims who kiss it in homage. Note also that the pattern on the wall behind the statue utilizes the symbol of Baal / Shamash!

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia online article Portraits of the Apostles:

The famous bronze statue of St. Peter in the basilica of this Apostle in Rome is by some regarded as a work of the fifth or sixth century, by others as pertaining to the thirteenth. The latter date is adopted by Kraus and Kaufmann among others; Lowrie, however, maintains that "no statue of the Renaissance can be compared with this for genuine understanding of the classic dress", and, therefore, this writer holds for the more ancient date. The marble statue of St. Peter taken from the old basilica, now in the crypt of the Vatican, was originally, in all probability, an ancient consular statue which was transformed into a representation of the Prince of Apostles.

Here you see a photo looking up into the dome of St. Peter's. Notice the very obvious 16 ray sun wheel. Indeed the light from the sun streams into the center hub of the dome making a genuine sun-lit sunburst image at the center of the wheel.
As you can see from the Bible verses quoted above, these symbols were associated with sun worship, which is strongly condemned in scripture. So why are they so prevalent in the Roman Catholic Church, if they are associated with paganism and apostasy?
Ezek 8:16 And he brought me into the inner court of the LORD'S house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the LORD, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs toward the temple of the LORD, and their faces toward the east; and they worshipped the sun toward the east. 
Ezek 8:17 Then he said unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? Is it a light thing to the house of Judah that they commit the abominations which they commit here?

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Ted Gunderson - CIA And Satanism, Ritual Child Abuse And The Pedophilic Illuminati

ISAIAH 29:15
"Woe to those who go to great depths to hide their plans from the LORD, who do their work in darkness and think, "Who sees us? Who will know?"

Following is a series of videos of former Los Angeles FBI Director Ted Gunderson giving a lecture on the topic of the CIA, the Illuminati, and Satanism which he has thoroughly researched following his retirement from the FBI.

If you don't think that the last days will consist of a monumental battle between good and evil, be prepared to have that viewpoint challenged in a BIG way!!

Now is the time for us to seek the Lord's face in prayer and in His Word, in order for Him to prepare us for what is coming. Don't waste the time you've been given!!!

Monday, December 21, 2009

The Catholic Church, One World Religion & the Whore of Babylon

Following is a very informative & disturbing video regarding the Pope, the Vatican & the Catholic Church's role in the end-time's one world ecumenical religion.


Tuesday, December 15, 2009


IHOP-KC Mission Base

150 Chapters in the Bible on the End Times

In this document we have identified 150 chapters in the Bible in which the End Times is the main subject. We have selected only the chapters in which the majority of the text (51 percent or more) is focused on some aspect of the End Times. The eighty‐nine chapters of the four Gospels give us a record of Jesus' heart and power at His first coming when He came to pay the price for our redemption.

The 150 chapters give us a record of Jesus’ heart and power at His Second Coming when He comes to take over the earth. These 150 chapters reveal the same Jesus operating in the same Holy Spirit as recorded in the same Bible. Almost twice as many chapters of Scripture describe Jesus’ Second Coming than His first coming.

We must not be illiterate regarding these glorious 150 chapters in the Bible about the Jesus we love. The generation in which the Lord returns is clearly the generation the Bible describes the most.

Jesus spoke more about that generation than the one in which He was born. He did this to prepare His Bride to be victorious in love during the most dramatic time in world history.

This document includes a very brief description of the key aspect of the End Times that is described in each of these 150 chapters. Incidentally, there are over 150 chapters, but it could be debated whether some of these chapters have the End Times as their primary reference. We have rounded the number of chapters down to 150 for the sake of clarity. Some end‐time prophecies have a dual fulfillment. This is called the law of the double reference. It means that a partial fulfillment of what was prophesied occurred in the past, while the complete fulfillment of the prophecy is yet in the future.

Most often the future fullness of a negative prophecy will be fulfilled in the Great Tribulation and the fullness of the positive prophecies will mostly be seen in the Millennial Kingdom. For instance, in Luke 4:18 Jesus references Isaiah 61:1‐3 as related to His first coming. However, it is clear that all of the details of Isaiah 61 did not take place at Jesus’ first coming. They will be fulfilled after He returns and establishes the fullness of His reign on the earth in the Millennial Kingdom.

Many of the Old Testament prophecies have a partial fulfillment at some point in the past, with a complete fulfillment in the generation in which the Lord returns. Sometimes, the partial fulfillment can also serve as a prophetic picture of what the fullness will look like at the end of the age. Therefore, our description includes a brief reference to the partial fulfillments of that prophecy in history, whenever it is applicable.

It is important to also note, that these prophecies have spiritual applications at any time in history for all believers, before their complete fulfillment at the end of the age.



Matthew 13: Jesus first refers to the partial judgments on Israel described in Isaiah 6. Next, He describes the characteristics of the nature of the kingdom through a series of parables. One underlying theme in these parables is that the full manifestation of the kingdom will happen after the Second Coming.

Matthew 24; Mark 13; Luke 17; Luke 21: Jesus’ main emphasis in these four parallel chapters is to describe the Great Tribulation just before His Second Coming. He predicted the siege of Jerusalem and the destruction of its temple (Mt. 24:2) by the Roman armies in 70 AD. This tragedy foreshadows the siege of Jerusalem at the end of the age (Joel 3:2, 12; Zeph. 3:8; Zech. 12:2‐3; 14:2; Rev. 16:14). Many details in these four chapters make it clear, that Jesus’ words go far beyond the events of 70 AD to describe the events at the end of the age. For example, Jesus describes the time of the Great Tribulation as the worst time in history (Mt. 24:21).

God shortens this time frame to three and a half years in order to keep the entire human race from being physically killed (Mt. 24:22). Jesus said this hour would come as a snare upon the entire earth, not only Israel (Lk. 21:35).

The Great Tribulation will surpass all other crises in history, including the one million people who died in 70 AD and the fifty million who died in World War II. Neither 70 AD nor World War II threatened the existence of the human race. Jesus said this time of tribulation would not happen until after we see the abomination of desolation (Mt. 24:15), which includes a worldwide Antichrist worship system centered upon the image of the Antichrist, and the mark of the beast (Rev. 13:13‐18). None of these details were fulfilled in the Jewish revolt against Rome (66‐70 AD).

Matthew 25: This chapter continues with the theme of Matthew 24. The events at the end of the age are addressed through the description of how the end‐time Church will prepare for that hour (Mt. 25:1‐30). It then gives a description of Jesus judging the nations immediately following the Second Coming (Mt. 25:31‐46).

1 Corinthians 15: This is the most informative passage in Scripture on the resurrection. In verses 24‐28, Paul describes Jesus’ reign in the Millennial Kingdom. In verses 35‐49, he reveals the glory in the resurrected body. Finally in verses 50‐55, Paul speaks of the mystery pertaining to the generation of believers that will not die, but instead, will be conveyed from mortality to immortality, instantaneously at the return of Christ.

2 Corinthians 5: Paul teaches on the resurrected body and the judgment seat of Christ.

1 Thessalonians 4‐5: Paul describes the rapture of the church and the resurrection of the dead at the Second Coming (1 Thes. 4:15‐18). Next, Paul encourages believers to watch (1 Thes. 5:1‐10). He concludes with a prayer to be sanctified and to stand blameless at Jesus’ coming (1 Thes. 5:23).

2 Thessalonians 1: The glorious day in which Jesus will come with His mighty angels and take vengeance on the enemies of the gospel (Isa. 66:15) is depicted.

2 Thessalonians 2: The Second Coming will be preceded by a falling away from the faith and the rise of the “man of sin, the son of perdition” who is the Antichrist. A falling away of Christians in the future will be so widespread, that it is one of Paul’s primary signs of the nearness Jesus’ Second Coming.

2 Timothy 3: Paul describes the perilous times in the last days, in terms of the moral decay within society as it is filled with sin and deception.

2 Timothy 4: Many people will not endure sound doctrine in the End Times. Instead, they will heap up false teachers who will endorse lifestyles of lust, in the context of false doctrines of grace. Many will turn aside from the truth. The coming of Christ is referenced by Paul three times in this short chapter (vv. 1, 8, 18).

2 Peter 3: Peter describes the final stages of the Day of the Lord and the cleansing of the earth with fire.

Revelation 5: The Father’s plan is to exalt Jesus as a human king over all the earth. Jesus takes the scroll from the Father’s hand. The scroll represents the title deed of the earth and the action plan to cleanse it.

Revelation 6: The judgments of God again the kingdom of darkness are unveiled.

Revelation 7: God promises to protect His people from the judgments and compromise.

Revelation 8‐9: The trumpet judgments are released against the Antichrist’s empire.

Revelation 10: God promises to release prophetic messages to bring understanding in order to help people avoid deception. Joel prophesied of a dynamic prophetic outpouring of the Spirit in the End Times.

Revelation 11: The two witnesses will be prophets with unprecedented power.

Revelation 12: John describes the war that breaks out in heaven causing Satan to be cast to the earth during the Tribulation.

Revelation 13: John describes the activities of the Antichrist and the false prophet.

Revelation 14: God will raise up 144,000 Jewish believers. In Revelation 14:6‐13, four key prophetic proclamations are pointed out. God promises to judge the followers of the Antichrist.

Revelation 15‐16: The seven bowls of wrath are poured out. The bowls of wrath recall the plagues in Egypt released by Moses against Pharaoh (Ex. 7‐12).

Revelation 17‐18: God promises to destroy Babylon, the evil worldwide economic and religious network that seduces many to follow evil and persecute the saints.

Revelation 19: Jesus marches into Jerusalem as the Warrior‐King to end the Armageddon campaign by defeating the Antichrist.

Revelation 20: Satan will be cast into prison as Jesus establishes the Millennial Kingdom. After the Millennial Kingdom comes the great white throne judgment for unbelievers.

Revelation 21‐22: The New Jerusalem as the eternal dwelling place of believers is described.


Genesis: The end‐time applications of Genesis are listed under Abraham’s covenant later in this document.

Leviticus 26: This chapter contains the promises of blessings on Israel’s obedience and warnings for her disobedience. There has been a partial fulfillment of this chapter throughout history, most notably in the Babylonian captivity (586 BC), and the destruction of Jerusalem (70 AD). Leviticus 26:14‐39 contains the promises of sevenfold punishment on Israel’s rebellion in order to “break the pride of her power” (v.19). The military invasions and assaults against Israel have not been fulfilled in any one historical event. They will come to fullness in the End Times until Israel confesses her iniquity (Lev. 26:40; Hos. 5:15).

Numbers 23‐24: These chapters contain four prophetic oracles from Balaam to Balak, the king of Moab. Some of these prophetic oracles were partially fulfilled, as King David and other Israelite kings defeated Israel’s enemies. The fullness of these oracles will be fulfilled in the Millennial Kingdom with the final destruction of some nations. Jesus is described as the star that would arise out of Jacob and the scepter that would come out of Israel to crush hostile nations.

Deuteronomy 28‐30: Promises of blessings on Israel’s obedience as well as the warnings on her disobedience are given. Some of the curses in Deuteronomy 28:15‐68 were seen in the invasions of Babylon (586 BC) and Rome (67‐70 AD), when Jerusalem was besieged and destroyed. The details or the full measure of those curses will occur during the Great Tribulation. The fullness of the blessings will occur during the Millennial Kingdom.

Deuteronomy 32: The Song of Moses is sung on the sea of glass in Revelation 15:3. It is a song that describes the leadership of the Lord related to Israel’s unfaithfulness, and His plan to redeem Israel and bless the whole earth. God will provoke Israel to jealousy (vv. 16‐21) by the Gentiles who are a foolish people, (v. 21). Then, the Lord that kills and wounds will make alive and heal as He brings ultimate deliverance to Israel from her enemies (vv. 39‐42). This will join the Gentiles to the Israelites in rejoicing (v. 43).


Psalm 2: David prophesies of the rage of the nations against Jesus that will fully manifest during the Great Tribulation in the Armageddon campaign. The rage of the nations in this psalm was partially fulfilled when they persecuted the saints in the early Church (Acts 4:28‐31).

Psalm 14: The psalmist prophesies about the fullness of sin that will be expressed by those who will be given over to abominable sin. This will occur in a time of a great falling away and oppression of God’s people.

Psalm 24: Jesus ascends to the holy place as He makes His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, at the time of His Second Coming, after defeating the kings of the earth. This is partially fulfilled in Jesus’ ascension, into the courts of heaven, after he defeated the powers of darkness on the cross of Calvary, as well as by godly saints throughout history who ascend into God’s presence.

Psalm 45: This song of love describes Jesus at the Armageddon campaign warring against His enemies to establish truth, meekness, and righteousness in the whole earth for the Millennial Kingdom.

Psalm 46: This psalm describes the assurance we can have in the midst of the Great Tribulation. The psalm calls us to meditate during the terrifying end‐time events. The immediate context of this song was related to King David’s victory over his enemies, and the corresponding peace that followed related to the kingdom of Israel. Jesus will ultimately bring a total end to war as stated in verses 8‐9. The millennial river seen in Ezekiel 47 is pictured in Psalm 46:4.

Psalm 47: Verse 3 of this psalm depicts Jesus during the Millennial Kingdom. Some see this passage as describing the time the ark of the covenant was brought into Jerusalem with much celebration (2 Sam. 6).

Psalm 48: During the Millennium, human kings are filled with awe as they gather outside of millennial Jerusalem. These kings are in a panic and they flee (48:5) before the terrifying majesty of Jesus’ throne of glory.

Psalm 50: Millennial Jerusalem is described as shining forth. God’s judgment of the wicked is also revealed.

Psalm 53: David again prophesies about the fullness of sin that will be expressed by those who are given over to abominable sin. He is singing of a time in which there is a great falling away and oppression of God’s people.

Psalm 58: Jesus’ end‐time judgments against wickedness and the rewards of the righteous are described.

Psalm 67: Jesus will show forth His power to save and lead every nation on earth.

Psalm 68: David describes Jesus’ march through the wilderness scattering His enemies and freeing captives during His Second Coming procession. David uses the imagery of the exodus and Sinai (vv. 4, 11‐19) to foreshadow the great end‐time deliverance of God’s people (vv. 24‐35).

Psalm 72: This is a prayer describing the fullness of Jesus’ reign over the earth that provides abundant provision for all, and fills the nations with His glory. This is also an actual prayer for Solomon as king of Israel, the successor to the throne, during David’s last days. The scope and fullness of this will only be expressed during the reign of Jesus as the greater David.

Psalm 75: The full cup of God’s wrath on the nations, as seen in Revelation 14, is proclaimed in this psalm.

Psalm 79: Israel’s prayer for deliverance in the Great Tribulation (Rev. 11:1‐2) is set forth in this psalm. Some of these events were fulfilled in part in Israel’s Babylonian captivity in 586 BC as well as in the atrocities of Antiochus Epiphanes in the fourth century.

Psalm 80: Israel’s distress in the Great Tribulation and her intercession for the Lord to deliver them is the theme of this. There is no agreement among scholars regarding the certainty of a partial fulfillment.

Psalm 83: During the Great Tribulation, Israel prays for deliverance from a ten‐nation confederation. This lament has applications in the anti‐Semitism that has occurred throughout Israel’s history. It has partial fulfillment in the events of the Babylonian exile, Assyrian exile, and the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD, etc.

Psalm 85: This is a prophetic prayer for Israel’s return to the land at the end of the age, when the Lord takes away “all” His wrath. There was a partial fulfillment in the Assyrian invasion and in the Babylonian captivity.

Psalm 87: The fullness of this passage speaks of the glory of Jerusalem and the Jewish people, who are physically and spiritually (born again) in Zion, during the Millennial Kingdom. This register is described in Hebrews 12:23, pointing to the born‐again Jewish people registered in the heavenly Jerusalem (Heb. 12:23).

Psalm 93: Jesus is seen as Yahweh who has clothed Himself with strength and is celebrated as a victorious Warrior‐King. Jesus’ end‐time victory is portrayed here, resulting in the earth standing firmly established.

Psalm 96: At Jesus’ Second Coming all the earth will worship Jesus with trembling. Singing a new song is referenced nine times in Scripture (Ps. 33; 40; 96; 98; 144 149; Isa. 42; Rev. 5; 14). In each reference, with the possible exception of Ps. 40, the scope of the song is global. It includes humanity and creation in context to Jesus coming as Judge of the earth. The new song (Isa. 42:10, Rev. 5:8‐14) declares the new things (Isa. 42:9) before they come to pass, namely, the universal recognition of Jesus as Yahweh resulting in saints ruling with Him on the earth.

Psalm 99: All nations will be worshipping Jesus as He reigns in the Millennium.

Psalm 102: Israel’s despair and her future restoration in the Millennial Kingdom are indicated.

Psalm 110: The fullness of the passage describes Jesus’ reign in the Millennium and His end‐time judgment of the nations. This psalm is partially fulfilled by Jesus’ ministry through the church after His resurrection. Psalm 110 is the Old Testament passage that is the most quoted in the New Testament. It is directly quoted six times (Mt. 22:44; Mk 12:36; Lk 20:42; Acts 2:34; Heb. 1:13; 10:13) and has a total of twenty‐five direct or indirect allusions to it. The two main themes in Psalm 110 are Jesus’ eternal, kingly and priestly ministry. In Psalm 110, the Father speaks two oracles to Jesus. First, the Father invites Jesus to sit with Him as a King forever (v. 1). Then, He gives Jesus spiritual responsibilities as a priest forever (v. 4).

Psalm 118: The fullness of this occurs when Jesus delivers Israel at the time of His Second Coming. The psalm was partially fulfilled at Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem just before His death on the cross (vv. 22, 25‐26). Jesus referred to this psalm in Matthew 23:39, stating that He would not enter Jerusalem until the leaders declare, “Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord”. (Ps. 118:26, Mt. 23:39).

Psalm 147: Jesus will rebuild Jerusalem and gather His people from the nations after His return.

Psalm 149: Israel will partner with Jesus in executing judgments on the nations of the earth.


Isaiah 2: Jesus will rule all the nations from Jerusalem in the Millennial Kingdom.

Isaiah 4: The Millennial Kingdom is under Jesus as the Branch of the Lord (Jer. 23:5; 33:15; Zech. 3:8; 6:12).

Isaiah 5: God’s judgment and salvation for Israel is at the end of the age. This was partially fulfilled when God disciplined Israel through the Assyrian invasion in 721 BC.

Isaiah 9: During Jesus’ return, He will defeat the Antichrist, who is invading Israel. This passage was partially fulfilled by the invasion of the Assyrian king, Sennacherib, in Isaiah’s generation. However, the details of this passage were not completely fulfilled at that time. There was not a time of “multiplication and great joy” in the “dividing of the spoil” by which the garments and instruments of the slain army were “burned as fuel for the fire” (9:3‐4). Neither was the promised Child established in His government on the throne of David, and over His kingdom with justice and righteousness across the earth (9:7). The Throne of David speaks of the earthly dimension of the Messiah’s reign.

Isaiah 11: Jesus is reigning in the Millennial Kingdom and judges the wicked nations.

Isaiah 12: This prophetic song is sung by Israel after Jesus delivers her from the oppression of the Antichrist and begins the Millennial Kingdom as described in Isaiah 11. Chapters 11‐12 illustrate the glorious picture of God’s rule of the earth going forth from Zion after Jesus gathers and restores Israel.

Isaiah 13: Isaiah describes the fall of Babylon at the end of the age. The Babylonian oppression of Judah (605‐ 539 BC) was stopped when they were defeated by the Persians in 539 BC. Babylon will be rebuilt and established in Iraq (50 miles south of Baghdad). It will be restored and used as one of the headquarters for the Antichrist. Babylon will function as the center of the worldwide demonic, religious and economic networks (Isa. 13‐14; Jer. 50‐51; Rev. 17‐18). The judgments prophesied against Babylon in Jeremiah 50‐51, describe her sudden and permanent destruction. These have not yet occurred in fullness.

Isaiah 14: The ultimate defeat of Satan and the Antichrist occurs at the end of the age. Only the Antichrist and his fate as described in Revelation 19:20, fit the description of a Babylonian king without a tomb or a grave (vv.18‐20). He will be cast alive into the Lake of Fire. This prophecy was partially fulfilled in the judgment against Babylon in 539 BC by Persia.

Isaiah 18: God promises to move on behalf of Ethiopia against the Antichrist when his armies are defeated by Jesus at Armageddon (Isa. 18:4‐6) In Daniel 11:42‐43, the Antichrist will invade Ethiopia and Egypt. The Lord will deliver Egypt (Isa. 19) and Ethiopia (Isa. 18) during the time of Jesus’ Second Coming. Verse 7 describes “in that time” as being the end of the age. Ethiopia and Assyria will bring their gifts of worship to Jesus.

Isaiah 19: There will be a national revival in Egypt at the time of Jesus’ Second Coming (19:18‐22). The details of Egypt and Assyria serving one another, having economic and political harmony (the highway), Egypt becoming God’s people, Assyria being the work of His hands, and Israel as Jesus’ inheritance, have not yet been fulfilled in history, but will be after the Second Coming.

Isaiah 21: The final fall of Babylon occurs at the end of the age and signifies the fullness of this prophecy. This passage was partially fulfilled during the fall of Babylon in 529 BC, and was a cause for rejoicing because it resulted in the release of the Jewish exiles. The exiles were free to return to the land and rebuild the temple.

Isaiah 24: This describes a universal judgment during the Great Tribulation and Millennial Kingdom. Verse 21 speaks of judgment on the kings of the earth.

Isaiah 25: Isaiah describes the Millennial Kingdom. This includes Jesus’ great feast with His people, God’s deliverance of Israel, and the permanent removal of death by the resurrection of the dead.

Isaiah 26‐27: The song of Judah is about God’s faithfulness and includes a reference to the resurrection (26:19). Isaiah 27:12 speaks of an ingathering of the Israelites from Assyria and Egypt at the end of the age.

Isaiah 28: The fullness of this prophecy will take place when Israel enters into an alliance with the Antichrist, called the covenant of death. The Antichrist will break this covenant, three and a half years before Jesus’ Second Coming, and then Jerusalem will be trampled (v. 18). This may have been partially fulfilled when Israel made a covenant with Egypt in the face of Assyria’s military aggression in the days of Isaiah. Jesus will deliver Israel at His return as seen in Isaiah 28:16‐17 (Mt. 21:42; Mk. 12:10; Lk. 20:17; Acts 4:11 Rom. 9:33).

Isaiah 29: Isaiah prophesies of the judgment and restoration of Israel at the end of the age (vv. 14, 17‐24). God will lay siege against Jerusalem causing nations to invade her (Isa. 29:1‐7; Joel 3:2; Zeph. 3:8; Zech. 12:2‐3; 14:2). This passage was partially fulfilled when Sennacherib’s army was defeated supernaturally (Isa. 39).

Isaiah 30: Israel’s full rebellion and judgment (v. 6) will be ultimately fulfilled in the End Times just before the Lord restores her (v. 14‐26), and judges the Antichrist, who is called the Assyrian (v. 27‐33).

Isaiah 31: Israel’s end‐time national repentance and deliverance from the Antichrist are depicted. The national repentance of verse 7 did not happen in Isaiah’s day. A partial fulfillment of this occurred in the reforms that Hezekiah established.

Isaiah 32‐33: The defeat of the Assyrian army prophetically describes the period of the Great Tribulation, in which Jesus comes as the King of Israel. Many Jewish cities were burned in the campaign of 701 BC.

Isaiah 34: God’s end‐time judgments against the nations and the destruction of Edom at Jesus’ Second Coming are foretold.

Isaiah 35: Isaiah describes the healing of the land and the people of Israel in the Millennial Kingdom. While this was partially fulfilled in the return of the exiles from Babylon, the permanence of everlasting joy, and the complete elimination of sorrow envisaged in verse 10 indicates a greater fulfillment. The physiological restoration of verses 5‐6 began to be fulfilled in the ministry of Jesus and the apostolic church. Israel will see a full ecological restoration (vv. 1, 2, 7) and deliverance (v. 4) during the time of Jesus’ Second Coming.

Isaiah 40: All flesh will see the global unveiling of God’s glory and the Second Coming of Jesus. Prophetic messengers will be raised up to prepare the nations for the coming eschatological glory to the earth. This prophecy was partially fulfilled in the forerunner ministry of John the Baptist at Jesus’ first coming. It is clear however, that John was but a partial fulfillment, because in his ministry “all” flesh did not see the glory of the Lord together (v. 5).

Isaiah 41: Israel will be fully healed and restored at the end of the age. God affirms His election of Israel and assures her that all the nations who oppressed her will be defeated. It is at this time that Jesus will be exalted as God of the whole earth.

Isaiah 42: God’s justice will fill all the earth at Jesus’ Second Coming in the context of a worldwide worship movement (v. 10‐12). This passage was partially fulfilled at Jesus’ first coming (Mt. 12:18‐20).

Isaiah 43: Jesus will fully redeem Israel from among the nations and bring her people back to the land at the end of the age.

Isaiah 44: The Lord will pour out His Spirit upon Israel at the end of the age. This results in a national revival as Israel is restored spiritually, socially, and environmentally. Jesus will be acknowledged globally as the redeemer of Israel and the King of the whole earth.

Isaiah 47: This prophecy against Babylon was fulfilled in 529 BC (Dan. 5). However, it serves as a prophetic picture of the end‐time destruction of Babylon as depicted in Isaiah 13, Jeremiah 50‐51 and Revelation 17‐18.

Isaiah 48: the Great Tribulation is the context for refining and testing Israel (v. 10) and Jesus will have His inheritance (His glory) at the end of the age. God will restrain His anger so that Israel is not utterly destroyed.

Isaiah 49: Isaiah describes Jesus’ worldwide leadership in the Millennial Kingdom after He releases the endtime Jewish prisoners to return to Israel. This passage has an initial fulfillment at Jesus’ first coming (2 Cor. 6:2). It will ultimately be fulfilled when God’s salvation reaches the ends of the earth (v. 6).

Isaiah 53: At the end of the age, Israel will make this national confession. Part of this prophecy was fulfilled in the suffering of Christ on the cross (Acts 8:32‐37) and in Jesus’ healing ministry (Mt. 8:14‐17).

Isaiah 56: The house of prayer in Jerusalem is depicted after the Second Coming. This prophecy was partially fulfilled by the apostolic ministry, seen in the Book of Acts, as many Gentiles came into salvation.

Isaiah 59: Isaiah describes Israel’s rebellion and injustices (vv. 14‐15) during history as well as at the end of the age when God’s judgments are fully released (v. 18). At that time, Jesus will war against His enemies when He returns to deliver Zion (vv.17‐20) from her sin and her oppressors (Antichrist). God as a Man is the great intercessor who will establish justice among the nations.

Isaiah 60: God’s blessing is on Israel in the Millennial Kingdom as many nations bring wealth to her.

Isaiah 61: Jesus restores the nations in the Millennium. Isaiah 61:1 was partially fulfilled at Jesus’ first coming.

Isaiah 62: God will cause Jerusalem to be the spiritual and political capital of the earth. God promises to set intercessors (watchman) in place in the End Times, who will cry out for the fullness of Jerusalem.

Isaiah 63: Jesus will wage war against the kings of the earth at the time of His Second Coming. Jesus will march up through Edom (modern day Jordan) on His way to Jerusalem. John makes reference to this passage in Revelation 19:11‐21 by prophesying of Jesus going to war against the kings of the earth.

Isaiah 64: is a prayer for the Second Coming of Jesus as Isaiah sees Jesus coming out of Edom in Isaiah 63. This prayer describes Jesus returning in the sky. This includes the visible opening of the heavenly realm, fire from heaven, and earthquakes. God’s wrath upon His enemies and his tenderness to His covenant people are highlighted in this passage.

Isaiah 65‐66: In the Millennial Kingdom and beyond, God’s people have profound joy.

Jeremiah 30: Jeremiah describes Israel in the Great Tribulation (v. 3‐8) and in “the latter days” (v. 24). The latter half of the chapter speaks of a time when Israel will be completely protected from all her enemies and worshipping in peace in the land after her return from captivity. This has a partial fulfillment in Israel’s return from Babylonian captivity in 536 BC, and when the state of Israel was re‐established in 1948. The promises listed here will find their complete fulfillment in the Millennial Kingdom.

Jeremiah 31: Israel’s end‐time salvation and restoration that began in Jeremiah 30 are described. Of particular importance is God’s reference to the restoration after the chastisement of “Ephraim”. This speaks of the ten northern tribes that had been lost and separated from Israel for over 100 years by the time of Jeremiah’s Ministry. God will save the remnant of Israel, have mercy on the tribes that were scattered, and bring great blessing and prosperity to all of Israel when her people are re‐unified. This happens when all Israel receives the “new covenant” (vv. 31‐34) that was established through the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Jeremiah 33: The fullness of God’s covenant promises will be manifest in the Millennial Kingdom when Israel and Judah are honored before all nations.

Jeremiah 50‐51: The fall of Babylon will have its ultimate fulfillment during the time of the Second Coming. The fall of Babylon in 539 BC, at the hands of the Persian army, was a partial fulfillment in Jeremiah 50. However, many of the specific details of this prophecy were not fulfilled at that time. John quoted Jeremiah 51, three times in Revelation 18 in reference to the future judgment of Babylon. Thus, in both passages, there are many elements of the prophetic proclamation that point to a future scenario in which Babylon is violently opposed and harshly judged by the Lord.

Ezekiel 5: The greatest famine in history (Ezek. 9; Dan. 12:1; Mt. 24:21) is depicted as occurring at the end of the age. This prophecy was partially fulfilled in 586 BC. This important verse makes the entire chapter applicable to the final destruction of Jerusalem at the end of the age.

Ezekiel 11: Israel’s restoration at the end of the age is when all of ethnic Israel is gathered to the Messiah and to the land (vv. 14‐20). This was partially fulfilled after the Babylonian captivity as well as in 1948.

Ezekiel 20: Ezekiel describes the gathering of Israel after the great scattering (Deut. 28‐30; Ezek. 20:33‐44). When the Lord gathers Israel, He will purge, cleanse, and restore her.

Ezekiel 34: After the Second Coming, Jesus shepherds and gathers ethnic Jews from the nations back to the promised land, and then prospers them (Deut. 30:1‐10; Ezek. 34:11‐31). The blessings described recall the Garden of Eden (Isa. 11:6‐9).

Ezekiel 36: The fullness of this prophecy will be seen in the Millennial Kingdom.

Ezekiel 37: Israel is symbolized by a valley of dry bones that are suddenly infused with God’s life. After the time when all hope is lost, then God’s covenant blessings will be manifested in a restored and unified Israel. This will happen in context to Jesus’ Second Coming.

Ezekiel 38‐39: The destruction of the Antichrist and his armies in the Armageddon Campaign (Rev. 19:17‐21) are described. Gog is a prophetic name of the Antichrist. The triumph and restoration of Israel described here will occur at the time of Jesus’ Second Coming.

Ezekiel 40‐48: the millennial temple will be built in Jerusalem. Ezekiel summarizes the sacrifices and offerings after Jesus’ return to the earth. Some confuse these sacrifices with the sacrifices for sin. However, there is no need of another blood sacrifice for sin since all such sacrifices were abolished by the death of Jesus (Heb. 8:5, 13; 9:9, 24, 10:1). The sacrifices are not substitutionary as they were before Jesus’ death, but rather they will be commemorative. They will look back in remembrance to the cross like we do when taking communion. Ezekiel was commissioned to observe the architectural details and measurements of the future temple to encourage his people with the certainty of its coming.

Daniel 2: Daniel’s interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream is about a great image representing four successive, ancient empires that would stand against Israel. The fourth world empire was represented both by ancient Rome and a still‐future “revived” Roman empire ruled by the Antichrist. The stone cut out without human hands represents Jesus’ Second Coming and the establishing of His Messianic reign.

Daniel 7: This is Daniel’s vision of four beasts representing four successive, ancient empires (Babylon, Medo‐ Persia, Greece, and Rome) plus the Antichrist’s empire emerging at the end of the age. Daniel sees a heavenly courtroom where the Father as the Ancient of Days gives Jesus power over all the nations and decrees judgment on the Antichrist to be fulfilled at the time of Jesus’ Second Coming. Ancient Rome was a “near” fulfillment of the fourth beast in Daniel 7. The “far” fulfillment will occur as a revived Roman empire comprised of ten nations that come under the authority of the Antichrist.

Daniel 8: The fullness of what Daniel prophesied here will occur in the final years of natural history (v. 17, 26) as we know it. This vision starts by describing the rise of Medo‐Persia and Greece (Alexander the Great). Daniel 8:9‐14 describes Antiochus Epiphanes’ attack on Jerusalem (v. 9). Daniel’s prophecies of the Antichrist in verses 23‐25 were partially fulfilled by Antiochus Epiphanes.

Daniel 9: Daniel records his prayer for the deliverance of the Jewish people from foreign captivity. This prayer will be used again by the remnant of Israel in the End Times. The angel Gabriel responded to Daniel’s prayer by reassuring him that the Jews would soon be released from Babylonian captivity. He then gives the prophetic message about seventy years that will complete God’s purposes for the Jewish people. In this prophecy, the word “week” refers to a period of seven years (rather than seven days). Thus, seventy weeks equals 490 years. After the initial sixty‐nine weeks or 483 years, a “pause” was put on God’s calendar when Jesus the Messiah was to be “cut off”. In the seventieth week or the final seven years of natural history as we know it, the Antichrist or “the prince who is to come” will make a peace treaty with Israel and many nations (v. 27). The first sixty‐nine weeks (483 years) was possibly fulfilled from 445 BC to 32 AD.

Daniel 11: This is the most detailed chapter of prophecy in the Bible. It describes the ascent of Alexander the Great and the four subsequent kingdoms that emerge from his empire. Beginning in verse 21, Daniel describes Antiochus Epiphanes IV, who is a type of the end‐time Antichrist. There are many parallels between Antiochus Epiphanes and his attack on Israel, and the Antichrist. Daniel 11:36‐45 describes the Antichrist in a very precise and direct way without comparing him to Antiochus Epiphanes.

Daniel 12: This describes Israel’s greatest trouble in history. This trouble will last for three and a half years (a time, times, and half a time).


Hosea 1: Israel’s restoration comes at the end of the age after enduring God’s judgments.

Hosea 2: Israel knows the Lord as her Bridegroom to begin the Millennial Kingdom (v. 16).

Hosea 3: Israel will fear the Lord in the latter days. The word “afterwards” (v. 5) provides the timeline. The events here will occur just before the time of Israel’s grand restoration at the end of the age.

Hosea 5:15‐6:3: The Lord will stay “in His place” until the Jewish people acknowledge their guilt and seek God’s face in a time of great distress; then the Lord will revive and heal Israel.

Hosea 14: At the end of the age, Israel will return to the Lord and receive healing from her apostasy.

Joel 2: The Antichrist will lead a military invasion against Israel in the Great Tribulation (v. 2). This crisis will happen in the context of the greatest outpouring of the Spirit the world has ever seen. Two phrases demand an end‐time interpretation. First, in verse 2, the invading army is the most terrible army in all of human history (the Antichrist’s army). Then, in verse 28, "afterwards” signifies that this army will immediately precede God’s restoration at the end of the age. Joel 2:1‐11 was partially fulfilled in three Babylonian invasions in 605, 597 and 586 BC. Joel 3: All nations will be gathered to Israel in a military conflict for the Armageddon campaign, and a siege of Jerusalem. Israel will experience God’s deliverance and salvation, physically and spiritually.

Amos 8: This judgment on Israel was partially fulfilled in 721 BC when the Assyrians conquered the ten northern tribes and deported them. Sennacherib’s invasion in 701 BC and the three waves of attack by Babylon (606, 597 and 586 BC), were also partial fulfillments. Israel suffered partial fulfillment of this judgment again, by Rome in 70 AD, when the temple was destroyed and in 135 AD when Jerusalem was destroyed. However, the fullness of the judgment in this chapter will not be complete, until the sun goes down at noon and the earth is darkened in broad daylight (v. 9) as described by the fifth bowl judgment (Rev. 16:10).

Amos 9: The Lord will rebuild the tabernacle of David and bring back all the remnant of Israel that have been scattered throughout the nations. They will never leave the land again.

Obadiah 1: The Lord shall pour out His wrath on the nations and bring His salvation to Israel.

Micah 2: Israel will be restored by the One who will break through on her behalf, as the Lord’s answer to the wicked leaders who are over her. The wickedness in Micah’s day mirrors the “perilous times” of the latter days (2 Tim. 3). This passage gives a prophetic warning that applies to the wicked in any generation while pointing to a time when justice will fully come to Israel and the nations.

Micah 4: Micah describes a time when the Messiah will rule in peace from Jerusalem over all the nations. This happens after God “threshes” the nations that oppose Him at the end of the age. Micah is speaking to Israel in his day, and predicting the people’s response to the horrific events that will lead to their ultimate deliverance from captivity and Babylon (v. 9‐10). However, the “pain of their labor” related to what God wants to birth, is a description of deliverance that is far greater than the return from Babylon in 536 BC.

Micah 5: Messiah will reign and shepherd His people after the Antichrist has been defeated. The ruler who comes out of Bethlehem is Jesus (v. 2). Jesus’ deliverance of Israel is also described. There was a partial application of this defeat in Micah’s day (vv. 5‐6), when the Assyrian king Sennacherib was defeated by the angel of the Lord at Jerusalem (Isa. 37:36). However, the “cutting off” of Israel’s enemies, wherever the Jews are scattered in the nations, will occur at the end of the age (vv. 7‐9).

Micah 7: Micah’s prayer for revival and deliverance will be answered in fullness at the end of the age. This passage speaks of Israel being re‐gathered at the end of the Great Tribulation, when Jesus will shepherd His people with signs like Moses did when coming out of Egypt (v. 15). As a result, the nations shall be ashamed of their military might and shall come trembling to the Lord in fear (vv. 16‐17).

Nahum 1: The Lord will show the fullness of His fierce anger, when He makes an end of the Antichrist (the wicked counselor) and his coalition of wicked nations (Rev. 14:10; 15:1). This prophecy was partially fulfilled when Nineveh, the capital of Assyria, was defeated by the Babylonians and Medes in 612 BC. The Assyrian king Sennacherib (the wicked counselor), was killed in the house of his gods (2 Kings 19:36‐37). This prophecy will only be completely fulfilled at the end of the age, when wicked ones no longer pass through Israel (v. 15). Israel has been invaded many times since 612 BC. Only after Jesus defeats the Antichrist and establishes the Millennial Kingdom, will Israel have permanent security.

Habakkuk 2: The wicked and proud are described as being like “death, which cannot be satisfied” (v. 5). This will be fulfilled most in the Antichrist, who will gather all the nations against the Lord’s anointed. A partial fulfillment of this occurred when Babylon plundered the nations, and then was plundered in 539 BC by the Persians. The complete fulfillment of this prophecy requires that the wicked one gathers all nations to himself (v. 5). Babylon was a prophetic picture of this, but did not fulfill all the details of this prophecy. Babylon did not gather all the nations, but only a small portion of them. The Antichrist will gather and oppress every nation to some degree (Ps. 2:1‐3; Rev. 13:14‐17, 16:13‐14, 17:12‐14).

Habakkuk 3: Habakkuk sees a vision of Jesus’ Second Coming procession, both in the sky and on land as He executes judgment upon the Antichrist and his armies. A prophetic foreshadowing of this occurred when God, through Moses and Joshua, marched into the promise land destroying the enemy nations along the way. God’s brightness was like the light in the pillar of fire, and He “walked through the sea” when he parted the Red Sea. God led Israel through on dry ground and the sun stood still for Joshua. However, this passage will only be fulfilled when Jesus returns and the “plague goes before Him” (v. 5) as depicted in the seventh bowl (Ezek; 38:22; Zech. 14:12‐18; Rev. 16:21). A plague did not go before the armies of Israel as they entered Canaan. Jesus will also trample the nations in anger at the time of the Second Coming (Hab. 3:12; Rev. 19:15). The phrase in verse 8, “You rode on Your horses” will be fulfilled in Revelation 19:11‐14 when Jesus returns on a white horse with the armies of heaven on horses. The Israelites did not have chariots when they entered Canaan, but the armies of heaven will (2 Kings 6:17).

Zephaniah 1: Judgment that destroys mankind, beast, birds and fish (v. 3) is described. This was partially fulfilled when Babylon destroyed Jerusalem, but will not be entirely fulfilled until the Great Tribulation and Second Coming when Jesus judges the rebellious nations.

Zephaniah 2: Judgment on Jerusalem occurs at the end of the age, when the God of Israel is exalted above all the gods of the earth. All the geographic regions mentioned have suffered judgment in varying degrees. For example, Nineveh and the Assyrian empire were destroyed in 612 BC. Yet, it was not as severe as having no inhabitant (v. 5) and being left as a perpetual desolation (v. 9). The finality and severity of these judgments on the regions surrounding Israel will be fulfilled in the End Times.

Zephaniah 3: God will destroy all the wicked nations and restore Israel in the Millennial Kingdom (vv. 8‐20). This prophecy was partially fulfilled in 721 BC when the Assyrians conquered the northern ten tribes and deported them. Judah partially received this judgment at the hands of Assyria and Babylon in 701 BC, when the Assyrian King Sennacherib invaded Judah, and in the three times that Babylon invaded Judah (606, 597 and 586 BC). There was a partial fulfillment when Israel returned to the land under Nehemiah (445 BC) to rebuild the temple. The whole world being consumed and being God’s fire (v. 8), and never again being proud as a nation (v. 11), as well as never again fearing harm (v. 15), have not yet occurred. They will be fulfilled in context to Jesus’ Second Coming.

Zechariah 1: God will destroy all Israel’s enemies, restore her prosperity, and rebuild Jerusalem. This was partially fulfilled when Israel returned to the land from Babylonian captivity under Zerubbabel (536 BC), and Nehemiah (444 BC). However, the prosperity and peace envisioned in verse 17 did not come at that time. Until the second dispersion in 70 A.D, Israel was subject to oppression by foreign powers. The majority of promises concerning Israel’s restoration in the land are dependent on a national repentance (Zech. 12:10‐14). Neither the return to the land in 536 BC, nor the re‐establishing of the State of Israel in 1948 fulfills this requirement.

Zechariah 2: The Lord will bring unprecedented population growth and economic prosperity to Jerusalem in the Millennium. He will come in His manifest presence to dwell in Jerusalem. The Lord will deal severely with the nations that have oppressed Israel. A partial fulfillment of this passage may have been seen in the limited prosperity Israel experienced in the days of Herod the Great, and again since 1948. However, the prosperity and population expansion enjoyed in these periods is much more limited than what is envisioned here. Furthermore, the population in Israel has always had to deal with the fear of her enemies.

Zechariah 3: God’s mercy is greater than the depth of Israel’s sin. Israel’s authority as a kingdom of priests will be fully restored as the Lord completely cleanses the entire nation through the work of the Messiah, and restores her priestly authority to minister before Him. In the days of Zerubbabel and Joshua (516 BC), God restored the temple and priestly ministry to Israel, despite the gravity of her previous sin. Israel’s national salvation is dependent upon her national acceptance of the atoning work of Jesus (Zech. 3:9; 12:10 cf. Rom.10:12; 11:26).

Zechariah 4: God will restore Israel’s ministry as a witness of His glory to the nations as a burning and shining lamp in the End Times, especially in the ministry of the two witnesses (Rev. 11:3‐6). Israel’s ministry as a kingdom of priests was partially restored in the days of Zerubbabel when the temple was rebuilt, and the priestly ministry restored. However, God’s manifest presence did not return to that rebuilt temple.

Zechariah 5: God will purify Israel in the End Times by judging and removing all wickedness in the land. In contrast, wickedness will come to fullness in the land of Shinar (Babylon). Israel was cleansed of overt idol worship after the return to the land in 536 BC. However, Israel’s sin has never been completely dealt with in the manner envisioned here. This prophecy was spoken in the waning days of ancient Babylon (519 BC), yet it envisioned a future resurgence of that city as the dwelling place of wickedness (Rev. 17‐18).

Zechariah 6: The Lord will judge all of Israel’s enemies and will establish Jesus as King over the earth. Jesus will rebuild the Jerusalem temple and govern the earth from it.

Zechariah 8: God will fully restore Israel in every dimension: spiritually, agriculturally, physically and financially along with providing for her safety as Jerusalem becomes the global worship center of the earth. Relative prosperity returned to Jerusalem after the days of Nehemiah (444 BC) until the dispersion in 70 AD.

Zechariah 9: As Prince of Peace, Jesus will deliver Israel from all future wars as He establishes worldwide peace and prosperity under His leadership from Jerusalem. This prophecy may have had a partial fulfillment in the conquests of Alexander the Great (332 BC), and in Jerusalem’s deliverance in the days of Antiochus Epiphanes IV (167‐165 BC), who pre‐figures the Antichrist. The ultimate fulfillment of this passage will result in Israel never again suffering at the hands of an oppressor (v. 8).

Zechariah 10: This describes the destruction of all of Israel’s enemies under Jesus’ leadership. There will be massive population growth as Jesus saves the entire nation and brings many back to the land. This has been partially fulfilled since 1948.

Zechariah 12: There will be an unsuccessful end‐time siege against Jerusalem by all the nations of the earth, which will result in her destruction. Jesus will defend Israel at the battle of Jerusalem as she returns wholeheartedly to the Lord in a national day of repentance, in which she acknowledges Jesus as her Messiah.

Zechariah 13: A great cleansing will come to Israel after the Great Tribulation in which two‐thirds of the Jewish people will be killed and one‐third will be saved.

Zechariah 14: As the nations will gather against Jerusalem. Jesus will return to the earth to fight on behalf of Israel. Living waters will flow from a restored Jerusalem bringing life to the land. Jerusalem will be established as a global worship center that is holy to the Lord.

Malachi 3: The Lord will raise up forerunner ministries to prepare His people and the nations for Jesus’ Second Coming. This prophecy was partially fulfilled in John the Baptist as a forerunner who prepared the way of Jesus’ first coming (Mt. 11:10, Mk 1:2, Lk. 7:27). John’s ministry did not result in the ultimate judgment or purification of Israel that Malachi describes in this chapter.

Malachi 4: Malachi describes the coming of Elijah as the ultimate forerunner ministry to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children before Jesus’ Second Coming. There was a partial fulfillment of this in the ministry of John the Baptist who came in the spirit and power of Elijah (Lk. 1:17).


God’s covenant with Abraham and Israel is seen primarily in five passages: Genesis 12:1‐3; 13:14‐17; 15:4‐21; 17:1‐21; 22:15‐18). The covenant was also confirmed between God and Jacob (Gen. 26:1‐4; 28:10‐14; 35:9‐12; 48:3‐4). God promised Abraham that He would make Abraham a great nation (Gen. 12:2; 13:16; 15:4‐5; 17:6) and that His physical descendants, the people of Israel, would possess the land of Canaan forever (Gen. 12:7; 13:14‐15, 17; 15:7; 17:8). This results in great blessing upon the whole earth (Gen. 12:3; 22:18; 28:14). The fact that God promised Abraham’s physical descendants (ethnic Israel) the land of Canaan forever as an everlasting covenant means that Israel will never perish as a people. Should Israel ever perish as a nation, then it could not possess the land forever, and the Abrahamic Covenant could not be everlasting.

Parts of the Abrahamic Covenant have been fulfilled already. For example, God blessed Abraham with great wealth and other blessings in his lifetime (Gen. 24:1, 35), He has made his name great among the nations, and He has given him a multitude of physical descendants. After 400 years of slavery, God gave the land of Canaan to Abraham’s descendants and they have never perished as a distinct, ethnic, people group. Through the death of Jesus, a descendant of Abraham, great blessing has been made available to the nations of the earth through His death and resurrection. God gave the land of Canaan for an everlasting possession to Abraham’s physical descendants (Gen. 17:8).


The Davidic Covenant is recorded in 2 Samuel 7:11‐16 and in 1 Chronicles 17:10‐15. There are several other passages that refer to God’s covenant with David (2 Sam. 23:5; 2 Chr. 7:18; 21:7; Ps. 89:3‐4, 28‐29, 34‐37; Jer.33:19‐26). God promised David an everlasting lineage, and an eternal throne and kingdom. Jesus will sit on the throne of David forever in Jerusalem. David’s realm was the physical land and people of Israel. While it is clear that Jesus is already exercising His kingly rule and authority as He sits at the right hand of the Father in heaven, the Bible indicates that Jesus will also fulfill God’s promises to David by reigning over a natural kingdom on this present earth in the future.


721 BC: The ten tribes of Israel were deported from Israel by Assyria under Sargon (2 Kgs. 17). They never returned to the land. Assyrian leaders mentioned in the Old Testament are Tiglath‐Pileser (2 Kgs. 15‐16), Shalmaneser (2 Kgs. 17‐18), Sennacherib (2 Kgs. 18‐19; 2 Chr. 32; Isa. 36‐37), and Sargon (Isa. 20).

701 BC: Assyria under Sennacherib invades Judah (southern kingdom) during Hezekiah’s reign, but fails to take Jerusalem (2 Kings 18‐19; 2 Chr. 32:1‐23; Isa. 9:1).

612 BC: Assyria is overthrown and its capital city Nineveh falls as prophesied by Nahum. Babylon becomes the new prominent empire in the Middle East.

606 BC: Babylon’s King Nebuchadnezzar invades Jerusalem and takes many Jews captive. 597 BC: Nebuchadnezzar pillages Jerusalem and the temple and takes about 10,000 Israelis as prisoners to Babylon.

586 BC: Jerusalem is invaded again by Nebuchadnezzar and the temple is destroyed He takes even more captives to Babylon. The Diaspora, or the scattering of God’s people, begins (Deut. 28:41, 49, 64; Jer. 25:9, 12; 22:7; 27:6; 43:10; Hab. 1:5‐7).

539 BC: The Babylonian empire is overthrown by the Persians under King Cyrus.

536 BC: Jews return to Jerusalem by the permission of King Cyrus. Zerubbabel leads 50,000 Jews from Babylon back to Jerusalem to build a new temple (2 Chr. 36:22; Isa. 44:24‐45:4). 520 516 BC: The temple was completed under the prophetic ministry of Haggai and Zechariah.

175–165 BC: The Syrian leader Antiochus Epiphanes gains control over Jerusalem. The Jews gain independence from his oppressive rule in 167 AD, culminating in being recognized as a kingdom by the Roman senate in 139 AD. Israel remains independent for 100 years until coming directly under Roman rule in 37 BC.

70 AD: Rome burned Jerusalem and the temple as Jesus prophesied (Mt. 24; Mk. 13; Lk. 21).

135 AD: Jerusalem was utterly destroyed by Rome under Hadrian. 580,000 Jews were killed and they were banned from returning to the city.

1940s: 6 million Jews are killed by the Nazis.

1948: Israel is re‐established as a nation.

1967: Jerusalem is recaptured by Israel during the Six‐Day War.


The events of 70 AD do not fulfill the prophecies about the End Times. Jesus prophesied that the Great Tribulation will be the most severe time in world history. It will surpass all other times of crisis. Some seek to minimize this prophecy by reducing it to symbolism or by seeing it as being totally fulfilled in 70 AD. The Great Tribulation will be so severe that God shortens it to three and a half years to keep the entire human race from being physically killed (Mt. 24:21‐22).

One million people died in 70 AD and in World War II, 50 million died. Neither 70 AD nor World War II came close to threatening the existence of the human race as the Great Tribulation will, and neither of them was the worst time in history. The events of 70 AD were clearly a prophetic foreshadowing of the Great Tribulation. However, they did not fulfill most of the details given about the Great Tribulation in Scripture.
For example, Jesus said the Great Tribulation would not happen until after we see the abomination of desolation that results in an unprecedented number of deaths (Rev. 6:8; 9:15).

The details concerning the abomination of desolation in Revelation 13:11‐18 include a talking image, the mark of the beast, a healed head wound, mandatory worship of the Antichrist that is worldwide, and a false prophet. None of these details were fulfilled in the Jewish revolt against Rome (66‐70 AD). In that crisis, Jerusalem and the second temple were destroyed in 70 AD (Masada fell in 73 AD). Then in the Bar Kochba rebellion against Rome (132‐135 AD), the Jews revolted against Rome again, resulting in 500,000 Jews being killed and 1,000 villages being destroyed. Israel was driven into exile (the Diaspora) and Jerusalem was rebuilt and renamed as Aelia Capitolina.

Monday, December 7, 2009

The Antichrist Identity - Part 3


Whilst writing in her book, "The Externalisation of the Hierarchy", in November, 1939 – Alice Bailey's Guiding Spirit supposedly began to address to her the 'Economic Problem'.

"There are adequate resources for the sustenance of human life, and these science can increase and develop... Man is the controller of it all, and they belong to everyone and are the property of no one group, nation, or race. It is solely due to man's selfishness that...thousands are starving whilst food is rotting or destroyed; it is solely due to the grasping schemes and the financial injustices of man's making that the resources of the planet are not universally available under some wise system of distribution."

In 1981, New Age leader Jeremy Rifkin proposed a new level of wealth redistribution in a book entitled, "Entropy: A New World View". In this book, Rifkin argues that the world is using too many resources to create too many material things.

Even though the New Age believes no energy is ever lost, that it is merely converted from one form of energy into another, Rifkin is proposing that when the energy is used the first time, it is weakened so that its subsequent use is less effective than its original use. Rifkin explains his view. "A human being, a skyscraper, an automobile, and a blade of grass all represent energy …transformed from one state to another...the energy they embody doesn't disappear. It is merely transferred back somewhere else into the environment."

However, Rifkin says that this transferred energy is weakened each time it is transferred, so that, finally, it is "no longer capable of conversion into work...Energy can only be transferred to a dissipated state."

Therefore, Rifkin believes the world is currently producing too many material things that originally use too many resources. If the world is not to soon find itself in a position of running out of usable energy, Rifkin proposes that we must change our lifestyle dramatically. We must move into a State run economy that would regulate the production of all material things so the world will not run out of usable energy.

This lifestyle is called "Low Entropy". This change, says Rifkin, will require a radical "new world view", and he urges draconian measures to achieve this new thinking. He says, "The radical change in world view required to make this transition will have to be accomplished overnight. There will be no time for polite debate, subtle compromise, or monetary equivocation. To succeed will require a zealous determination, a militancy, if you will, of Herculean proportions." (Ibid, p.186, Emphasis added)

"Avatars [World Teachers, like Antichrist will be] frequently create crises in order to bring an end to the old and the undesirable and make way for new and more suitable forms for the evolving life of God Immanent in Nature." [Ibid., p. 8]

"Today, in the midst of this devastated, chaotic, and unhappy world, mankind has a fresh opportunity to reject selfish, materialistic  living and to begin to tread the Lighted Way. The moment that humanity shows its willingness to do this, then the Christ will come ...Before Christ could come with his disciples, our present civilization had to die." ["Reappearance of the Christ", by Foster Bailey, p. 21‐23]

The key statement? They "frequently create crises in order to bring an end to the old and the undesirable".

This is the ultimate goal of the Illuminati as they attempt to use "silent weapons" of which we have no idea even exist in order to gradually destroy our entire way of life, paving the way for an agricultural society like that which existed 300 years ago. This thus leads us to the Club of Rome one of the secret deadly weapons being used to bring about this change.

The Club of Rome is a global think tank that deals with a variety of international political issues. It was founded in April 1968 and raised considerable public attention 1972 with its report Limits to Growth.
The Club is composed of "scientists, economists, businessmen, international high civil servants, heads of state and former heads of state from all five continents who are convinced that the future of humankind is not determined once and for all and that each human being can contribute to the improvement of our societies.

The Club of Rome consists of members of the so‐called Black Nobility of Europe, old families which lived in Venice and Genoa. These people have ruled vast financial empires for the past fifteen hundred years. 'They are called the 'Black' nobility because of their constant use of dirty tricks, terrorism and unethical methods which they never hesitate to use against anyone who would dare to stand in their way. These people are very closely allied to the "German Marshall Fund" which organizes and finances most of the work of the Club of Rome.

As of August 2008, the Club has two Co‐Presidents, Dr. Ashok Khosla of India and Dr. Eberhard von Koerber of Germany, and two Vice‐Presidents, Professor Heitor Gurgulino de Souza of Brazil and Dr. Anders Wijkman of Sweden. Other active members include: Benjamin Bassin, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Juan Luis Cebrian, Orio Giarini, Talal Halman, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Javier Solana, Mugur Isărescu, Kamal Hossain, Esko Kalimo, Ashok Khosla, Martin Lees, Roberto Peccei, Maria Ramirez Ribes, Victor A. Sadovnichy, Keith Suter, Majid Tehranian, Raoul Weiler, and Mikhail Gorbachev.

In 2000, Prince Hassan of Jordan was chosen to be the head of the Club of Rome. He was appointed "under the patronage of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain" in 2000, replacing another spaniard, Ricardo Diez‐Hochleitner, who remains in a position of leadership with the advocacy think tank organization. Prince Hassan is the member of the House Hashem, an ancient royal family dating back to the early days of Islam's founding.

The Hashemite dynasty is a partner of the Black Nobility ‐ an inner circle of ancient royal families having strong connections with globalists such as Maurice Strong, NGOs such as the Lucis Trust, the Trilateral Commission, etc. The late King Hussein was a Bilderberger Group attendee in the 1990s. The centuries‐long strife between the Shia muslims and the Sunni muslims has been the result of a split between the Hashem clan and the Umayyad clan in the 7th and 8th centuries.

The Hashemite dynasty is simply indifferent to Islam, using its religion as a cover to keep themselves in power and ruling Jordan. This is he reason why the Hashemites were selected by the British and French elite and Zionists in the formation of the new Middle East after World War I.

The Hashemite dynasty also have strong oil connections with the Rockefeller‐owned Standard Oil Trust and the Anglo‐Persian Oil Co. that later became BP, so it is reasonable for the Hashem clan to have the sole controls of the oil pipelines coursing through Jordan to Israel, Turkey, Egypt and beyond.

It was purported that the Club of Rome has devised a secret agenda to transition the globe into an aggregation of ten world regions which will be based on the concept of sustainable development and the same concepts referenced in relation to Prince Charles. That is, provisions will be made to investigate any individual country or sub region in the context of regional global development.

The model has been developed up to the stage where it can be used for policy analysis related to a number of critical issues such as: energy resources utilization and technology assessment; food demand and production; population growth and the affect of timing of birth control programs; reduction of inequities in regional economic developments; depletion dynamics of certain resources, particularly oil reserves; phosphorus use as fertilizer; regional unemployment; constraints on growth due to labor, energy export limitation.

According to the Club of Rome model the world is to be divided into ten regions as illustrated above as is a major premise of the report Regionalized and Adaptive Model of the Global World System. The idea is now coming to life in the United Nations as regions begin to form economic blocks loosely modeled after the European Union. Since the time of this map, Mexico has been added to the North American region (1) as part of the coming creation of the controversial American Union and Israel is supposed to be aligned with region number (4).

The North American Union is a proposed international government encompassing the nations of Canada, the United States, and Mexico. It could be considered the North American analogue of the European Union.

The blueprint for this governing body was laid out in a 2005 report entitled "Building a North American Community" published by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), an Americanforeign policy think tank, with input from the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales. 183 The projected date for accomplishing this transformation is the year 2010. In addition to the European Union and the North American Union; Other regional blocs in the making are:

African Union

• South American Community of Nations

• Arab League

• Eastern European Union

• The Asian Blocs

The Arab League or League of Arab States, is an organization of Arab states. The League's charter states that the League shall co‐ordinate economic affairs, including commercial relations; communications; cultural affairs; nationality, passports, and visas; social affairs; and health affairs. The Charter of the Arab League also forbids member states from resorting to force against each other.
Neil Cooper of the Israel Report states, "In recent years, some have questioned the efficacy of the Arab League's ability to fulfill its mission and ensure better conditions for Arab countries as political repression and poverty are still rampant throughout the Arab world; some, even within the Arab world, have called for it to be disbanded. It is my belief that the entry into Iraq, and the coming confrontation with Iran is to bring the Middle East nations into alignment with the goals of the One World Order. This is why" Democratization" is coming to the Arab nations by force."

The map of the Arab League is very telling:

You will see it is very nearly identical to the map laid out by the Club of Rome shown above.

Interestingly Egypt is very much in the middle of the "Peace" talks with Israel, and as the regional leader of the Arab League, they are the mouthpiece for the One World Order in the Middle East. This is why Mubarak of Egypt, and Olmert (previously Sharon) Abbas, and Abdullah of Jordan, all seem to get along so well at these "Peace" talks as they have a common agenda.

The Arab Peace Initiative which has become better known as The Road Map pushed forward by the Bush Administration was floated by acting Saudi regent Crown Prince Abdullah as a potential solution to both the Israeli‐Palestinian conflict and the Arab‐Israeli conflict. It was published on March 28, 2002, during the meeting of the Arab League at the Beirut Summit, and achieved the unanimous consent of all members of the Arab League.

Considered a progressive proposal, it calls for the state of Israel to withdraw its forces from all the Occupied Territories, including the Golan Heights, to recognize "an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital" in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as a "just solution" for the Palestinian refugees. In exchange the Arab states affirmed that they would recognize the state of Israel, consider the Arab‐Israeli conflict over and establish "normal relations" with Israel.

If we look at the policies of the Israeli Government, and the initiatives being pushed on Israel by the International Community as a whole, we see that this is exactly the path that is being taken today, regardless of the outcry from the public. The job that must be completed is to bring the Israelis into compliance with the plan through media, politics, and forced evacuations. The bigger and more difficult task is to bring a Muslim population brainwashed into living only to die; in the common goal of destroying Israel, to a place where they can accept Israel's existence and lay down arms against it. The Koran itself makes this a virtual impossibility, so there must be a tremendous cost extracted from the Islamic people in order to bring this change. That cost is to be extracted through war.

In February 2009, President Moammar Gadhafi of Libya was named chairman of the African Union on Monday, wresting control of a body he helped found and has long wanted to remake in his Pan‐African image. His installation as the new head of the 53‐member body resembled more of a coronation than a democratic transfer of power. Gadhafi was dressed in flowing gold robes and surrounded by traditional African leaders who hailed him as the "king of kings."

The choice of Gadhafi was not a surprise — he was the leading candidate — but the prospect of his election to lead the African Union caused some unease among some of the group's member nations — who were meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — as well as among diplomats and analysts. Gadhafi, who has ruled Libya with an iron hand for decades, is a stark change from the succession of recent leaders from such democratic countries as Tanzania, Ghana and Nigeria.

Gadhafi is an ardent supporter of a long‐held dream of transforming Africa — a collection of postcolonial fragments divided by borders that were drawn arbitrarily by Western powers — into a vast, unified state that could play a powerful role in global affairs. He has repeatedly proposed immediate unity and the establishment of a single currency, army and passport for the entire continent. He pledged Monday to bring up the issue for a vote at the African Union's next summit meeting, in July.

While a few African leaders share his passion and his timetable for this Pan‐African vision, most prefer a go‐slow approach, given the political realities that have emerged in the half‐century since most of Africa became independent.

"In principle, we said the ultimate is the United States of Africa," said Tanzania's president, Jakaya Kikwete, the previous African Union chairman, according to the BBC. "How we proceed to that ultimate — there are building blocks."

Gadhafi's new role comes alongside a changing of the guard in Africa. A set of leaders once hailed as new visionaries or cursed as dictators have left the continent's stage, and a jumbled array of new leaders have emerged. But few match the global or continental influence and heft of those who have departed.

The cerebral Thabo Mbeki, one of the architects of what was supposed to be a club of democratic, corruption‐free African countries, was hounded out of office in South Africa by his own party amid a shower of international criticism of his handling of everything from the AIDS pandemic to the crisis in Zimbabwe.

Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria's globe‐trotting military‐ruler‐turned‐democrat and continental power broker, stepped down in 2007 when his two terms were up. His replacement, Umaru Yar'Adua, a sickly and little known former state governor, has struggled to fill Obasanjo's global statesman‐size shoes.

In December, Ghana, a bellwether for the state of democracy and economic progress in Africa, held a successful election in which the party of John Kufuor, a darling of foreign donors that keep the country afloat, was defeated by a two‐time also‐ran from the largest opposition party. And Guinea's longtime strongman, Lansana Conte, the subject of one of Africa's longest deathwatches, died late last year, and a military junta seized power, throwing the country into confusion. Gadhafi has been trying to remake his image, cooperating with the United States and Europe on nuclear weapons, terrorism and immigration issues. How he plans to use the post as chairman of the African Union is unclear.

"The Libyans may want to show some utility in their leadership," he said. "They have got cash they can use. They have an intelligence service they can use. They have got oil. This is a continent that is really hurting right now. I wonder to what degree people looked at this and thought it may be goofy, but maybe something good will come out of this."

Development of the Asia Pacific Union has also begun in earnest. In December 2008, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd suggested that Asia and Pacific countries, including the region's heavyweights such as China, India and Japan, form a regional bloc similar to the European Union.

"The key thing is to enhance security and regional co‐operation, which at present is fragmented," Rudd said in a radio interview in which he also presented the idea during an address to the Asia Society of Australasia.

He argued that an "Asia‐Pacific Community" could be founded by 2020 as a forum for tackling climate change and terrorism, as well as settling territorial conflicts, such as over Kashmir, the Taiwan Straits and the Korean peninsula. Furthermore, it could serve as a trade platform to help exploit the benefits of the looming economic power of the region, which he thinks will be "at the centre of global affairs" throughout this century. He says, "Put simply, global economic and strategic weight is shifting to Asia,"

Commenting on possible comparisons with the 27‐strong European Union ‐ which is set to enlarge further ‐ Mr Rudd said that it does not serve as "an identical model of what we would seek to develop in the Asia‐Pacific, but what we can learn from Europe is this: It is necessary to take the first step," according to Radio Australia.

His suggestions come shortly after a similar process of regional integration has resulted in the creation of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), set up by a founding treaty signed last month.

The new supranational and intergovernmental body has combined two previously existing customs unions – Mercosur and the Andean Community – with 12 participating countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru and Chile. Its institutional structure directly copies the EU model, with UNASUR's headquarters to be located in Quito, Ecuador, a South American parliament seated in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and a 'Bank of the South' to be situated in Bogota, Colombia.

Rudd is a long time supporter of global governance. In early 2009 heurged international leaders to end an era of “extreme capitalism” and reject the notion that “greed is good” by embracing a new world order of global financial regulation.

“We’ve seen the triumph of greed over integrity; the triumph of speculation over value creation; the triumph of the short term over long‐term sustainable growth…..It is perhaps time now to admit that we did not learn the full lessons of the greed‐is‐good ideology. And today we are still cleaning up the mess of the21st‐century children of Gordon Gekko.”

Mr Rudd said such ideologues always argued that the market knew best except when there was a crash and then “the self‐same ideologues argue, having privatized their profits, we should socialize their losses ‐ and, by the way, having demanded lower and lower taxes all the way through”


The Western European Union (WEU) is a partially dormant European defense and security organization, established on the basis of the Treaty of Brussels of 1948 with the accession of West Germany and Italy in 1954. 130 The Treaty of Brussels was signed by the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands on 17 March 1948. It was a mutual intergovernmental self defense treaty which also promoted economic, cultural and social collaboration. As a result of the failure of the European Defense Community on 23 October 1954 the WEU was established by the Paris Agreements with the incorporation of the then West Germany and Italy. The signatories of the Paris Agreements clearly stated their three main objectives in the preamble to the modified Brussels Treaty:

To create in Western Europe a firm basis for European economic recovery

• To afford assistance to each other in resisting any policy of aggression

• To promote the unity and encourage the progressive integration of Europe

• The defense efforts resulting from the Brussels Treaty took form as the Western Union Defense


The Brussels Pact had cultural and social clauses, concepts for the setting up of a 'Consultative Council'.

The basis for this was that a cooperation between Western nations would help stop the spread of Communism. The Treaty of Brussels was amended by the Protocol signed in Paris at the conclusion of the London and Paris Conferences on 23 October 1954, which added West Germany and Italy to the Western Union. On this occasion it was renamed the Western European Union.

Originally, under the Amsterdam Treaty, the WEU was given an integral role in giving the EU an independent defense capability, playing a major role in the Petersberg tasks; however that situation is changing. On 13 November 2000, WEU Ministers met in Marseille and agreed to begin transferring the organization’s capabilities and functions to the European Union, under its developing Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP].

Beginning in 2001, the European Union absorbed almost all of the WEU’s functions. However, because the modified Brussels Treaty remains in effect, so does the treaty’s mutual defense clause that gave rise to the 10‐state military alliance. The WEU’s Council exists only as a formality. It hasn’t convened as a body since November 2000, but the same people now sit within the structure of the EU as its Political and Security Committee, where it exercises ‘political control and strategic direction” of EU crisis management operations. The WEU’s arms procurement body has been absorbed into the European Defense Agency, an agency of the EU headed by Javier Solana.

In June 2001, Javier Solana, acting in his role as the WEU’s Secretary General, announced that the WEU Ten had capped the number of permanent members at ten, which some believe is fulfillment of what the prophet Daniel predicted (Daniel 7:24). After all, why continue expanding the WEU when the EU was beginning efforts to replace it internally?

In 2004, on the eve of the draft constitution’s signing, the Dutch tried and failed to get the WEU Ten to terminate the treaty. Other WEU Ten members said no:

The modified Brussels Treaty had to stay in place to maintain the binding commitment of mutual defense, given that such a commitment was not contained in the draft constitution. The following articles show the significant development of a European military power hub.

EUFOR: “a test of credibility for the EU”

Paris, 4 June 2008 – On Wednesday the Assembly said that the deployment of the European Union military force – EUFOR – in Chad and the Central African Republic to protect the refugees fleeing from the Darfur conflict was both “a big step forward and a test of credibility for the ESDP and the EU”…………..Submitting a report on behalf of the Defence Committee, René Rouquet (France, Socialist Group) felt that it was still “too soon to draw any conclusions” on this operation which was the fifth and largest in terms of troop numbers to be conducted by the EU in the ESDP framework. He recalled that 2 380 men had already been deployed at the end of April with a view to reaching an overall strength of 3 700. 14 member states have provided forces on the ground, with the main contributors being France (2 000 troops), Poland (400) and Ireland (400), and 22 countries are represented in the Operation Headquarters in Paris.

According to General Patrick Nash of Ireland, EUFOR Operation Commander at strategic level, this mission “will take place in a complex environment, on hostile military terrain and will be a huge logistical challenge”.

Strategic choices for European security and defence

Paris, 6 May 2008 – France will hold the presidency of the European Union from July to December 2008. At a preparatory meeting on 3 October 2007, Mr François FILLON, Prime Minister of France, told Mr Jean‐Pierre MASSERET, President of the Assembly, that the European security and defence policy (ESDP) was one of France’s main priorities.

Mr MASSERET assured the French Prime Minister that the Assembly supported France in its desire to promote European security and defence. At the Assembly’s plenary session in December 2007, which marked the beginning of the French Presidency of Western European Union (January to December 2008), Mr FILLON paid tribute to the role of the Assembly in spreading a common European security and defence culture. On the eve of the French Presidency of the European Union and at Mr FILLON’s express request, the Assembly, in cooperation with the French National Assembly, held a conference on 5 May in the Palais Bourbon in Paris on the topic of “Strategic choices for European security and defence”. The aim of this conference was to support the incoming French Presidency in its efforts to strengthen the ESDP. Mr Javier SOLANA, EU Secretary General and High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), said he eagerly awaited the outcome of this conference, particularly in view of the work with which the EU Council had entrusted him in the framework of implementing the European Security Strategy, adopted in December 2003.

The Conference was opened by Jean‐Claude MIGNON, Chairman of the French Delegation to the WEU Assembly, and Jean‐Pierre MASSERET, President of the Assembly. Mr MIGNON said that defence was a key area for European progress. He considered that “beneath the blanket term ‘permanent structured cooperation’”, there lay hidden “great opportunities in the area of defence” that would allow a certain number of states that so wished to move forward. Mr MASSERET felt that there were gaps in the European Security Strategy that needed to be filled without delay, in particular by addressing nuclear and space questions. The EU’s political objectives also had to be clarified and the “common general interest” of all EU member states defined. The new provisions in the Lisbon Treaty concerning the ESDP formed a “complex patchwork”, the practical workings of which were yet to be defined.


The empire analys is is far more complex than the lineage analysis because we are faced with asignificant choice as to whether the Club of Rome model is the true representation of the coming global world empire as defined as a ten nation power base in Daniel and Revelation, versus a more conservative perspective (European confederacy of nations school of thought) with deep historical connotations.

As we saw with our analysis of the early Church Fathers, the majority believed that the coming antichrist would be some how connected with the destiny of the Roman Empire and there has been a historical trend to associate a revival of a last days roman empire as being fulfilled with the rise of the European Union, previously known as the European Community. This view was especially strong when this European confederacy was growing to reach ten nations.

However since the freedom of central and eastern Europe from the yoke of communism, the European Union has begun an accelerated growth curve where it is now a political and economic union of member states, located primarily in Europe. It was established by the Treaty of Maastricht in 1993 upon the foundations of the pre‐existing European Economic Community. With almost 500 million citizens, the EU combined generates an estimated 30% share of the world's nominal gross domestic product (US$16.8 trillion in 2007). Fifteen member states have adopted a common currency, the euro. It has developed a role in foreign policy, representing its members in the World Trade Organization, at G8 summits and at the United Nations.

David Breese, a prophetical scholar comments on Europe’s plans to protect her interests.

“Europe will immediately realize the necessity of developing a strong military establishment, an all European army to guard their overflowing coffers……The second mission of a European military establishment must also be to protect the energy routes from the Middle East. A high percentage..nearly 100%...of the oil that heats and energises Europe comes from the oil rich lands of the countries surrounding the Persian Gulf. Should these supplies be threatened, all other considerations would need to be set aside in favor of guaranteeing the uninterrupted flow of Mid East oil. Without this, homes would become cold, automobiles would be parked by the curb, and the airplanes would no longer fly. The pipeline from the Middle East must always be held as a major consideration by the planners of Europe’s future.”

John Phillips in “Exploring The Future” states “There will ultimately emerge a ten‐nation confederation of European powers, a revived Roman Empire as some have called it. Attempts have been made by such men as Charlemagne, Napoleon, and Mussolini to revive the Roman Empire…The European Common Market today foreshadows the impending revival of this empire.”

The great prophetical scholar Dwight Pentecost in his work “Things to Come” regarding the ten toes of Daniels vision states “It would seem best to view this Roman Empire as a continuous development from its form at the time of the first coming of Christ until its form at the second coming of Christ”
Regardless, whether it is the European Union in its present form or the Western European Union or a coming dual membership within the European Union which creates a power base of ten European nations and an outer core of the rest of the European countries, there is a significant political vein running through the bloodline nobility of Europe which is changing the landscape of Europe in a subtle but progressive way into a European Super State and a model of where control is transferred from a national level to a centralized level in accordance with European super state supporter wishes such as Karl Von Habsburg.

Relating this back to Barack Obama Prince Charles and Javier Solana it becomes clear that they are agents of the New World Order, paving the way for the biblical Antichrist to come rather than they themselves being the actual biblical Antichrist.

If the ten nation confederacy prophesied in the Bible in Daniel 2, Daniel 7, Revelation 13 and Revelation 17 is to be fulfilled by a Roman European confederacy led by Antichrist then it is clear that Barack Obama cannot be the Antichrist since it would be objective to believe that this leader would emerge from the Roman boundary of nations as opposed to a leader of the United States becoming leader of a European confederacy. Again this could play into the belief of some that the Antichrist may not necessarily be a Western European leader but a Mediterranean leader. Just as Otto von Habsburg had made mention of a European drive to expand into North Africa and the western side of the Middle East it could be the fact that the coming world leader may come from the byzantine areas of ancient Rome.

Whether Prince Charles could become the leader of a Roman confederacy of nations is open to question as he has never held any form of political role due to his role as a member of the royal family. However it clear that in possibly becoming the head of the Church of England that he would make decisions based on liberal conceptualizing which would have serious ramifications for the Church, the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Additionally what if he was to seek a unification with the Roman Catholic Church and undo the reformation process.

However the view which resonates more than any other though is that his fondness for Islam does not bode well for a blood lineage requirement which is stepped in freemasonry and a distorted view of Christ which is largely incompatible with a religion as intolerant as Islam.

The Masonic vision is one where Islam is simply a means to an end in being used to stir up the hostilities within the Middle East so that a devastating war can throw the world into significant turmoil at which point the false messiah appears on the scene. Reading through literature from New World Order proponents it does seem to refer to a war being triggered by a dispute over the temple mount. One does not need to think long in terms of understanding the flashpoint that would be caused over one of Islam’s holiest landmarks.

If the ten nation confederacy prophesied in the Bible in Daniel 2, Daniel 7, Revelation 13 and Revelation 17 is to be fulfilled through the Club of Rome Model then there is more of a chance that Barack Obama could possibly have some influence although again this is only an assumption.

The Club of Rome is less euro‐centric in its focus although much of its conceptual elements are based on the same principles that brought Europe together as a regional confederacy governed by policy makers whose laws transcend national domestic laws. Some believe the Antichrist will rise to power over the European confederacy which will become the dominant power within the Club of Rome Model.

Based on the plans for the Masonic globalists, the Club of Rome Model bears a significant hallmark of the ability to fulfill Revelation 13:7 which describes the Antichrist having control over all mankind.

It is more likely that by becoming president of the United States, that Barack’s Obama foreign policy which will be heavily influenced by Zbigniew Brzezinski which will have some impact on influencing the drive towards a New World Order with America as the Guardian and Obama as another in a long line of shadows of the ultimate man of sin to be eventually revealed at the appointed time.

The intrinsic similarity between the philosophies of the Club of Rome Model and the political concept of Prince Charles sustainable development makes a convincing case for Prince Charles possibly being a future candidate to reign as a president of the Club of Rome if the Club of Rome is the actual fulfillment of the last days global power engine. However as alluded to previously, the Antichrist must be of Jewish origin.

Additionally, Javier Solana’s significant involvement with the unification of Europe and the expansion of its presence in the Middle East cannot be overlooked, especially considering that he is both a Bilderberger and a member of the Club of Rome. However again it is difficult to see how the jews would receive him as a messiah considering his lineage is not of Jewish stock.


In bringing a conclusion to this report on the identity of the Antichrist there is sensitivity that this report has barely touched the surface. The report has sought to present as comprehensive as possible, an outline of the topic from across key aspects within biblical, world and modern history and provides insights into the understanding of the Antichrist system which is being prepared which many are unsuspecting. The unsuspecting has had a major contribution from mainstream bible prophecy literature which is defined as “surface level” research with no true understanding of the sinister aspects of Zionism and its basis on Noahide Laws, the Jewish Talmud and Masonic Lodges and as such provides surface level reasoning and assumptions which are flawed.

It is the conclusion of this report that Barack Obama, Prince Charles of Wales and Javier Solana are not the Antichrist. However the evidence presented, proves without a shadow of a doubt that they are pawns being used by powerful groups to orchestrate the world into a irrevocable descent into the prophesied period of time known in the Bible as the time of “Jacobs Trouble”.

The biblical Antichrist is yet to come and if we diligently search the scriptures to discover what they teach concerning the Antichrist, the more we will be informed about him and the better we shall be prepared to detect the many antichrists that are in the world today, now preparing the way for the ultimate Man of Sin. We ought not to be misled by the many false prophets who are gone out into the world. Nor will we be, if we study diligently those things which God has recorded for our knowledge and to provide protection against the deceptions of the world systems both within and outside of the Christian faith.

Mel Sanger
Author of The Antichrist Identity