posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:13 PM
Over the past couple of years I have noticed a lot of changes in church logos. With a few strokes of a brush, the icon of a crucifix cross can become
a sword. Have you seen it? The downpoint of the "cross" becomes sharpened, and the crossbar becomes a handle.
A sword looks very threatening. And nevermind that Jesus said "I will wage war with the sword of my mouth", certain dominionist groups have
different ideas about "God's army".
Religious dominionists have gone into ever country and used food, shelter, and medical attention as leverage in "converting" (controlling) people.
Those who do not go along with their BEASTly program are always left out in the cold.
(If you read up on the histories of how the "church" began to establish itself in remote countries, you will find that their mission to "bring
civilization" to foreign countries usually started with food and hospital missions. Their face was one of benevolence. Later, it turned. The church
began to dictate standards of dress and doling out admonishment of their native cultures. When the church couldn't win, it compromised somewhat by
allowing the venerated 'saints' to take on attributes of the native deities and ancestors. (More psychological manipulation.) People fell under the
spell through being coerced for basic essentials. They began to forsake their way of life and became dependent on what the missions could provide.
Soon after the food and medical care, education was provided. But not education that would actually better their lives. They were educated into the
language of the missionaries and taught to read religious propoganda.)
We are about to see these worn out tactics of using food and shelter as leverage to be played out once again. These maneuvers are tried and true. Is
there any way to keep the system of slavery from repeating? Do the masses actually need Rome to keep from turning into complete savages?
The dominionist agenda is based on belief that once "the Word" has been spread to all the earth, then those who do not adhere to its dictated
principles (which, by the way, are always changing to suit the current agenda) must be culled from society, and ultimately, from the earth.
When those who can be won by the intimidation of the sword have come into line, the opposers must be plowed under. The dominionists believe
this is their right to judge as it is they who have been given "dominion over all the earth, to subdue it." They believe this command was given to
them, and them alone.
This is right in line with the Georgia guidestones. Who is really behind all of this? Is it Rome? Is it "the church"? Is it the secret societies?
Are all of them intertwined?
I think people are looking in the wrong direction when they expect some great cataclysm to destroy the populations. The greatest secret of the secret
societies is "to reap an ear of corn in silence". No one notices as it happens; no one hears you scream. People just 'go missing'.
One day you will pull up a panorama of the planet and see the faint outlines of subdivisions that are almost all grown over. Soon it will look like no
one was ever there. Pristine land; undeveloped. How do neighborhoods get taken out little by little? The plowshares have come and gone and you never