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The Antichrist Phenomenon

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posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 03:08 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

you could be right, if christ is what you experience when the Kundalini awakens through the spiritual path, then the anti christ would be the suppression of this christ consciousness in favour of the technology that appeals to our physical senses.

like new gods vs old gods kind of thing.
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posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 03:13 PM
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originally posted by: WanderingMrM
- What are we to look out for?


A Depressed/Hateful/Self-centered-Selfish being. Could be human or Jinn in human image as "it" is said to come out the EA*RTH... Terrestrial non Human Intelligence.

The malevolent Trinity controls and tries to rule outside thy FATHERS Kingdoms under a Dragon-Beast from some sea
and a being who is male that is terrestrial of this planet (Shaitan) not extraterrestrial LUCIFER who serves the FATHERS Kingdoms of Light. And so I feel it is a terrestrial maybe even hybrid. I don't think artificial intelligence is interested in petty world domination of such a fragile small planet, so it seems a egotistical terrestrial CREATOR Creation will fit the identity.

It may also attempt to trick Humanity into protecting it WHEN THE LIGHTS ARRIVAL IS UPON THE MORNING DAWN of the SUN. Because it knows they are here for it and minions connected.



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posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 03:14 PM
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The Beast (Greek: Θηρίον, Thērion) may refer to one of two beasts described in the Book of Revelation.

The first beast comes "out of the sea" and is given authority and power by the dragon. This first beast is initially mentioned in Revelation 11:7 as coming out of the abyss. His appearance is described in detail in Revelation 13:1-10, and some of the mystery behind his appearance is revealed in Revelation 17:7-18.

The second beast comes "out of the earth" and directs all peoples of the earth to worship the first beast. The second beast is described in Revelation 13:11-18 and is also referred to as the false prophet.

The two beasts are aligned with the dragon in opposition to God.



posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 03:16 PM
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I think there are other Dragons/Seraphim in conflict with the Dragon subduing many here.

NAMASTE*******



posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 05:09 PM
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a reply to: WanderingMrM

It's very simple. You cannot have a Hitler unless you the 1937 German people. The way to become a leader is to find a parade and step in front of it. People who are evil only take away from you what you let them. Don't let them.

At any point in history there is an equal amount of evidence we are all hopelessly cursed along with God's blessings are all around us a huge abundance. Since there is an equal amount of evidence to support blessing and curses, it is up to each of us to decide how we want to experience the World.

I choose to experience the World through the filter everything is just fine exactly the way it is. Once you stop concentrating on the negative, you will be able to appreciate and experience just how great and beautiful the people living here can be. The choice is up to you.

You can live on your knees in fear of authority:



Don't kneel to authority. If you see the Buddha on the road kill him. Absolutely authority comes from within. As long as people do not seek authority outside themselves the anti-Christ will not have any power.


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posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 05:12 PM
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originally posted by: Ophiuchus 13

originally posted by: WanderingMrM
- What are we to look out for?


A Depressed/Hateful/Self-centered-Selfish being. Could be human or Jinn in human image as "it" is said to come out the EA*RTH... Terrestrial non Human Intelligence.


If he does come out someone needs to marry him and have children. Having children instantly changes your psychological focus from being self-centered to serving the children and the marriage. Babies have special powers.



posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 05:14 PM
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a reply to: dfnj2015

😎 Interesting



posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 05:17 PM
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originally posted by: Ophiuchus 13
a reply to: dfnj2015

😎 Interesting


The power of Christ will compel him.



posted on Mar, 23 2019 @ 05:26 PM
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originally posted by: ManyMasks
a reply to: rickymouse

you could be right, if christ is what you experience when the Kundalini awakens through the spiritual path, then the anti christ would be the suppression of this christ consciousness in favour of the technology that appeals to our physical senses.

like new gods vs old gods kind of thing.


Science is being portrayed as the new god, but the people who are mostly using science, are using it to profit from others. They will never find a cure for cancer if we keep giving them money to research it. People use science to make people fear so they can profit by their fear. People use science to fund research so people can live longer, I have done lots of research on life extension, but every time people do things to try to extend their life span, it causes them to be more susceptible to disease risk. It does not make any difference, people are chasing the blue zones, but those people who live long in the blue zones have been eating the same for many hundred years, their diet matches their epigenetics and they stay healthy and live to a ripe old age. That does not stop people from capitalizing on their diets so they can profit from selling or distributing those foods. That practice of chasing money and prestige is opposite what Jesus taught.

I cannot believe how many people believe that this twisted scientific evidence is real.



posted on Mar, 24 2019 @ 05:59 AM
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a reply to: Rapha

Do the Djiin also disguise themselves as Ravens?



posted on Mar, 24 2019 @ 06:59 AM
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originally posted by: WanderingMrM
Do the Djiin also disguise themselves as Ravens?

According to information received from the repented fallen seraph named Anael, the Repheim will take the form of either a Crow, Raven for land based daemons and black cormorants for coastal ones.

The djinn are supposedly the Middle-East version of the European Rephaim (a.k.a giants / eternally dead / ghost / the damned).

Note how close the UK coastal giant's name Cormoran is to the bird cormorant.

Personally, i believe the jinn were here roaming this planet long before humans and fallen angels intervened.



posted on Mar, 24 2019 @ 07:34 AM
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The AntiChrist will not be an AntiChrist until After the successful, life giving 'Resurrection' the person (AC) experiences from the Fatal Head Wound He receives.... midway during the 7 year Isreali Peace Treaty He devised for a July signing 3 1/2 years earlier.....


my suggested candidate:



Sebastian Kurz
Chancellor of Austria

see, the person pictured will not be the same entity that inhabits the Chancellor Kurz body when he is 'revived' the body will be possessed by the Spirit-of-AntiChrist and the former Sebastion Kurz will be Asleep in the grave.... So there's no reason to harm mr. Kurz or in any way try to thwart te mission he will be on (the 7 year, global peace treaty)



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posted on Mar, 24 2019 @ 11:08 AM
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a reply to: WanderingMrM

I think it will come down to whose words have more power and names are high.

What Jesus the Chrost says vs what Simon the Magus says...I'm compelled to follow both with out question or free will. And both are punishing, and will make anyone feel stupid unless given permission.

No but seriously, it was Simon the Magus, an the early beginnings of the Catholic church. There were many AntiChrists and one particular AntiChrist.




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posted on Mar, 24 2019 @ 11:53 AM
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originally posted by: WanderingMrM

originally posted by: ElGoobero
imho
*he's alive today
*probably muslim
*will rise from obscurity to high profile
*probably some military background

*I do believe that there will be one specific person as 'THE antiChrist' at the end.

*I think he'll come out during a time of tumult and offer peace and security. many many people will sign up and support.
*I think he'll talk nice (at least at first) but have some violent support (which he may plausibly deny).

I'm kind of surprised the apocalypse hasn't happened already.


I actually suspect he will be of non-muslim origin, because if you think about it Muslims are forcing Islam onto people and rarely ever integrate etc. What if all the # that is happening is to ensure that Muslims will be the scapegoat and he'll ignite the hate against this minority?


a significant part of the Biblical world is now muslim.
islam influence in Europe is growing.
easy to imagine a muslim antichrist uniting the islam world and telling Europe they don't get any more oil unless they convert.
or they might create a hybrid muslim-Catholic faith, which might be the Harlot of Babylon / false prophet church.
not hard to imagine a bunch of Europeans (or Americans, I admit) that will convert to anything as long as the oil keeps flowing.



posted on Mar, 26 2019 @ 08:51 AM
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Surely the logical place to begin when searching for the identity of the antichrist is in the Bible, where the term originates and appears five times.

As others have already pointed out, the antichrist is not merely one individual person or entity, for the Bible says that there are “many antichrists.” (1 John 2:​18) Rather, the term “antichrist,” which comes from a Greek word meaning “against (or instead of) Christ,” refers to anyone who does the following:

- Denies that Jesus is the Christ (Messiah) or denies that he is the Son of God.​—1 John 2:​22.

- Opposes the Christ, God’s Anointed One.​—Psalm 2:​1, 2; Luke 11:23.

- Pretends to be the Christ.​—Matthew 24:24.

- Persecutes the followers of Christ, since Jesus views what is done to them as being done to him.​—Acts 9:5.

- Falsely claims to be a Christian while practicing lawlessness or deception.​—Matthew 7:​22, 23; 2 Corinthians 11:13.

Besides speaking of individuals who take such actions as being antichrists, the Bible also refers to them collectively as “the antichrist.” (2 John 7) The antichrist first appeared in the time of the apostles and has been active ever since. Bible prophecy foretold just such a development.​—1 John 4:3.

Identification: Although there has been much effort in the past to identify “the antichrist” with an individual, such as Pompey, Nero, or Muhammad (this latter person being suggested by Pope Innocent III in 1213 C.E.), or with a specific organization, as in the Protestant view of “the antichrist” as applying to the papacy, John’s inspired statements show the term to be broad in its application, embracing all those who deny that “Jesus is the Christ,” and who deny that Jesus is the Son of God who came “in the flesh.”​—1Jo 2:22; 4:2, 3; 2Jo 7, NE, NIV; compare Joh 8:42, 48, 49; 9:22.

Denial of Jesus as the Christ and as the Son of God of necessity embraces the denial of any or all of the Scriptural teachings concerning him: his origin, his place in God’s arrangement, his fulfillment of the prophecies in the Hebrew Scriptures as the promised Messiah, his ministry and teachings and prophecies, as well as any opposition to or efforts to replace him in his position as God’s appointed High Priest and King. This is evident from other texts, which, while not using the term “antichrist,” express essentially the same idea. Thus, Jesus stated: “He that is not on my side is against me, and he that does not gather with me scatters.” (Lu 11:23) Second John 7 shows that such ones might act as deceivers, and hence the “antichrist” would include those who are “false Christs” and “false prophets,” as well as those who perform powerful works in Jesus’ name and yet are classed by him as “workers of lawlessness.”​—Mt 24:24; 7:15, 22, 23.

In view of Jesus’ rule that what is done to his true followers is done to him (Mt 25:40, 45; Ac 9:5), the term must include those who persecute such ones, which means it would include the symbolic “Babylon the Great.”​—⁠Lu 21:12; Re 17:5, 6.

John specifically mentions apostates as among those of the antichrist by referring to those who “went out from us,” abandoning the Christian congregation. (1Jo 2:18, 19) It therefore includes “the man of lawlessness” or “son of destruction” described by Paul, as well as the “false teachers” Peter denounces for forming destructive sects and who “disown even the owner that bought them.”​—2Th 2:3-5; 2Pe 2:1; more info, see MAN OF LAWLESSNESS.

People or organizations making up the antichrist spread lies, deny that Jesus is the Christ, or the Messiah, and try to distort the relationship between God and His Son, Jesus Christ. Those who make up the antichrist claim to be Christ or his representatives, but since “they went out from us,” they deviated from true Bible teachings. Furthermore, this group was present at the time when John wrote his letter, in “the last hour,” presumably the end of the time of the apostles.

What else did John write regarding the antichrist? Speaking about false prophets, he warned: “Every inspired statement that acknowledges Jesus Christ as having come in the flesh originates with God. But every inspired statement that does not acknowledge Jesus does not originate with God. Furthermore, this is the antichrist’s inspired statement that you have heard was coming, and now it is already in the world.” (1 John 4:2, 3) Then, in his second letter, John reiterated this point: “Many deceivers have gone out into the world, those not acknowledging Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh. This is the deceiver and the antichrist.” (2 John 7) Clearly, John understood the antichrist to be all who deliberately spread religious deception about Jesus Christ and Jesus’ teachings.

What about today? People and organizations making up the antichrist still oppose Christ and his teachings. They deliberately spread lies and deceptions with the intent of confusing the identity of the Father, Jehovah God, and of His Son, Jesus Christ. We have good reason to beware of such religious deceptions. 2 examples:

For centuries, the churches propagated the doctrine of the Trinity, claiming that the Father and the Son are part of the same entity. The antichrist thus shrouds in mystery the identity of Jehovah God and Jesus Christ. For example, those who teach the Trinity or that Jesus is Almighty God actually oppose the teachings of Jesus, who said: “The Father is greater than I am.”​—John 14:28. Cardinal John O’Connor stated about the Trinity: “We know that it is a very profound mystery, which we don’t begin to understand.” This mystery hinders sincere people from imitating Jesus Christ and drawing close to God, as the Bible encourages them to.—1 Corinthians 11:1; James 4:8.

The churches add to the confusion by promoting the use of Bible translations that omit God’s personal name, Jehovah, from the text. They do this despite the fact that the name Jehovah occurs some 7,000 times in the original text of the Bible. The result? The identity of the true God becomes even more shrouded in mystery. Why is the Trinity so difficult to understand as Cardinal John O’Connor stated?

The Illustrated Bible Dictionary gives one reason. Speaking of the Trinity, this publication admits: “It is not a biblical doctrine in the sense that any formulation of it can be found in the Bible.” Because the Trinity is “not a biblical doctrine,” Trinitarians have been desperately looking for Bible texts​—even twisting them—​to find support for their teaching. Does the identity of God have to be “a very profound mystery”? It did not seem so to Jesus. In his prayer to his Father, Jesus made a clear distinction between him and his Father when he said: “This means everlasting life, their taking in knowledge of you, the only true God, and of the one whom you sent forth, Jesus Christ.” (John 17:3)

For centuries, the antichrist has kept millions in spiritual darkness. But by studying God’s Word, the Bible, we are able to learn the true identity of the antichrist and be set free from the antichrist’s religious lies and deceptions.—John 17:17:

17 Sanctify them by means of the truth; your word is truth.

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He is a liar! (part 1 of 2)
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posted on Mar, 27 2019 @ 05:03 PM
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When you look at yourself in the mirror is the image you see reflecting back at you, "You"? No. It is only a perfect reflection of you. It stands in place of you and even opposes you because it is in fact not you. These are the two basic characteristics of the Antichrist. He will stand in place of Christ and oppose Christ right? Well, a reflection of the truth is how he does it. Let me explain.

If God knew us before we were born (Jeremiah 1:5), knit us together in our mother’s womb (Psalm 139:13), made our human bodies his sacred temple (1 Corinthians 3:16), set up the kingdom of heaven therein (Luke 17:21 kjv) where Jesus Christ sits (Ephesians 1:20), as the Word (John 1), which is very near us (Deuteronomy 30:14), apart from which we could do nothing (John 15:5), including, read, write, talk, know, understand, think, or reason, then we are so infused, inseparable and indistinguishable from God that if we made our dwelling in the depths of hell he is there (Psalm 139:8). That said, the truth of the Bible is that humanity is the Christ, sons and daughters of the most high (Psalm 82:6). So, if that is the truth, then who do you suppose the Antichrist is who is accepted into your heart from the prince of the power of the air (Ephesians 2:2) and worshiped the world over but the false messiah, made to look like mortal man (Romans 1:23).

How does that happen you wonder? Let's go back to our mirror analogy. When anyone first reads the Bible images of the Christ are conjured up in their minds of someone not present to their senses. This image is for reflection only. The trouble comes when people start believe that this image was a real living breathing human being 2000 years ago and begin to "Worship the image of the beast". If what I have said is true than that would make the Word of God, who is Jesus Christ according to Revelation 19, the beast of revelation 13. This is a fine line I am walking but as (2 Cor. 11:4) points out bear with me. For this single verse alludes to the fact that the composers of the Bible knew another Jesus was coming. But if that was a bad thing why then the instruction to "Bear with it" unless the Jesus that emerges out of the Bible through spiritual illumination was the true message that they veiled all along (2 Cor. 4:3). This would make sense when you consider these words of Jesus, "I praise you father Lord of heaven for you have hidden these things from the wise and learned and revealed to little children. Yes Father for this was your good pleasure."

So what do we have. We have the true Christ which is humanity as a whole as one body many parts that the Bible is trying to tell us and then you have this counterfeit religion that is built around it called Christianity that worships and serves an external Christ, external God, wants to go to an external heaven when Jesus himself said in Luke 17:21 kjv that the kingdom of heaven is within us.

With that as a backdrop lets read over 2 Thes. 2 and see the subtle clues of what is going on here. This false Christ that is worshipped the world over, Jesus Christ, opposeth and exalteth himself over all that is called God in the minds of those who put their faith in him right? So that he as their God sitteth in the temple of God which is our human bodies (1 Cor. 3:16) proclaiming himself to be God.

Last thing and I will wrap up. Analyze this verse against what I just told you: 1 John 4:2

Every spirit that confessith that Jesus Christ (pay attention to this next word) IS come in the flesh is of God.

Many translations nowdays say HAS come (past tense) in the flesh to fit their story of the Jesus of 2000 years ago. I do not deny that Jesus IS come in the flesh day in and day out. Immaculate conception happens every day for the only spirit we have in us is from God. We are like waves on the ocean. All I'm saying is once you find this other Jesus you will rise and realize you are the ocean.

Thoughts



posted on Mar, 28 2019 @ 01:30 AM
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Since Christendom (the religions that claim to be Christian but do not teach or do what Jesus taught and commanded) is such a big component of the antichrist, it's a little 'ironic' (if that's the word I'm looking for) that so many people form their ideas and opinions about the identity of the antichrist based on what they are taught by the antichrist (Christendom in this scenario) about the antichrist. That's why I ended my previous comment with:

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