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A possible candidate for the antichrist

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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by DanteMustDie
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That is very insightful information. Do you believe Obama to be AC?

A friend of mine, who was once Black Ops, and has connections to lobbyists, says Obama will be elected the head of the United Nations when the New World Order arises. There is, of course, no evidence backing this bold claim, but I do trust his sources as he is an honest man. It's one of those, "I heard from a guy who heard it from another guy" scenarios, but that doesn't make it untrue. I suppose only time will tell...

However, Obama will have to improve his approval rating before he becomes glorified by the multitudes of the world. Is Israel goes to war with the middle east and Obama steps in to propose peace and unity, that would certainly be a tall tale sign...


You know Dante, sometimes I do and sometimes I don't. This is one of those things that the Bible says I need to be aware of and I do look out in world events for it. I can't change Bible prophecy any more than I can cause events to change the outcome. Prophecy is going to happen because it is the will of God. But Obama himself allows people to call him the messiah and that is enough to raise red flags for me.




posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:21 AM
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The eastern leg of the revived Roman empire (Ottoman empire) consist's of muslim nations. Obama is a muslim.


Obama is African. He's not "The Assyrian", the "King of Babylon", or the "prince of Trye".



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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Originally posted by EvolEric
To be honest here...

I believe the AC is here... and has been for a very very long time.

Catholic Church... the Papacy

I do believe we are living in the 1000 years of Satan's reign already and we are near the end of it...


HUH?

The Bible says that Christ will rule for 1,000 years, not satan. satan only gets 42 months. That's it.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:25 AM
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adding another clue to the puzzle here by adding scripture. In Luke 10:18 He replied, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven. " The language used in the original text is Aramaic. The Aramaic word for lightning is Baraq, and heaven is Bamah. The conjunction commonly used here would be "u" or "o". Baraq O Bamah. there is a you tube video that better explains the language and text.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:34 AM
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Originally posted by TylerDurden2U
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adding another clue to the puzzle here by adding scripture. In Luke 10:18 He replied, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven. " The language used in the original text is Aramaic. The Aramaic word for lightning is Baraq, and heaven is Bamah. The conjunction commonly used here would be "u" or "o". Baraq O Bamah. there is a you tube video that better explains the language and text.



Luke wasn't written in Aramaic. The only book of the Bible that had a portion written in Aramaic is Daniel.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:38 AM
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Where was Obama born. That is part of the Mystery, yes?



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:39 AM
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I can't take anybody seriously who uses "Ø" to spell Obama to make it somehow sound European. Do you understand that "Ø" is not just some cute little "O"? It is actually a different letter all together. It makes an "eh" sound. You are spelling "Ehbahma" when you do that. Understood, XplåñétX?

I know you were just quoting somebody but it does little to alleviate my coffee and vitamin B-induced rage at the moment.
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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:45 AM
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www.youtube.com... neat video anyway. I wasnt there when the bible was written, so i can only go by what i find to help me better understand.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:47 AM
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Originally posted by NOTurTypical
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The eastern leg of the revived Roman empire (Ottoman empire) consist's of muslim nations. Obama is a muslim.


Obama is African. He's not "The Assyrian", the "King of Babylon", or the "prince of Trye".


Babylon is a city and Assyria is no longer called that. I would however say this, the King of Assyria might not be the actual king, but someone who rules by the power and authority of the Assyrian system. The word president is not in the Bible either, but we have that today.

Whoever this man is,he receives his authority by a system rather than an actual person. And if we want to say it is an actual person, we don't need to look further than Mohammed, the originator of Islam. All the Muslims believe they can do what they want because he gave them the authority to do so. The Bible says the Anti-Christ follows the false prophet that he receives power from. Mohammed is a prophet-king.

Saddam Hussein believed himself to be the reincarnation of Nebuchadnezzar, the ancient Assyrian king of Babylon. He modeled himself to be like Nebuchadnezzar. Remember when he was found hiding in that hole? He looked like a wild animal, and that is what happened to Nebuchadnezzar.

The Amorites founded Babylon. It is interesting that the Amorites are described as white and have reddish-brown hair, exactly as Mohammed has been by his followers.

Here is what the Bible says about the Amorites..."they were tall as cedars.
This is the archeological evidence of that... The Egyptologist Flinders Petrie and Assyriologist Archibald Henry Sayce analysed Egyptian illustrations of what they identified as Amorites (Amurru) depicted as "white skinned, blue eyed, fair haired".[7][8][9] According to Sayce (1889):
“ “The Amorites... were a tall, handsome people, with white skins, blue eyes and reddish hair, all the characteristics, in fact, of the white race.”[10] ”

Sayce further discovered a painting in a tomb (No. 34) at Thebes, belonging to the Eighteenth Dynasty which illustrates an Amorite chief with "white skin and red-brown hair".[11][12] Henry George Tomkins (1897) an Exeter clergyman and member of the Royal Archaeological Institute also wrote the Amorites were blue eyed and fair haired.[13] Easton's Bible Dictionary also contains an entry stating the Amorites are "represented on the Egyptian monuments with fair skins, light hair, blue eyes, aquiline noses, and pointed beards."[14] The Encyclopædia Britannica, 13th ed., vol. 1, 1929, also contained a physical description of the Amorites from Egyptian illustrations:
“ “Egyptian illustrations of the New Kingdom show the Palestinian Amorites to have been a race much more like the Northern Europeans than the Semites; long-headed, with blue eyes, straight noses and thin lips.”

en.wikipedia.org...

I think this person will be led by Islamic ideology.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by TylerDurden2U
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www.youtube.com... neat video anyway. I wasnt there when the bible was written, so i can only go by what i find to help me better understand.


One needs to be quite careful where they go to "help them understand". The NT authors wrote in Greek, the only book that has portions of it written in Aramaic is Daniel.



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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 10:57 AM
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Babylon was not destroyed in the manner the Bible declared. When King Cyrus conquered it there wasn't even a battle. After the coming decimation it says it will never be inhabited again, and that even the bricks used to build it will never be reused.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by NOTurTypical
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Babylon was not destroyed in the manner the Bible declared. When King Cyrus conquered it there wasn't even a battle. After the coming decimation it says it will never be inhabited again, and that even the bricks used to build it will never be reused.


So maybe that battle has not happened yet. I don't think I want to see such a battle in my lifetime.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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Originally posted by WarminIndy

Originally posted by NOTurTypical
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Babylon was not destroyed in the manner the Bible declared. When King Cyrus conquered it there wasn't even a battle. After the coming decimation it says it will never be inhabited again, and that even the bricks used to build it will never be reused.


So maybe that battle has not happened yet. I don't think I want to see such a battle in my lifetime.


That was my point. It's coming.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by NOTurTypical

Originally posted by WarminIndy

Originally posted by NOTurTypical
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Babylon was not destroyed in the manner the Bible declared. When King Cyrus conquered it there wasn't even a battle. After the coming decimation it says it will never be inhabited again, and that even the bricks used to build it will never be reused.


So maybe that battle has not happened yet. I don't think I want to see such a battle in my lifetime.


That was my point. It's coming.


When I saw this I was stunned...
www.catchpenny.org...

I saw that and immediately recognized the Book of Revelation in it. Someone had a vision as well. I am not saying this is attributed to Osiris, but rather the people who did this somehow knew something.

It shows all of the craft flying from west to east, and the bowl is used by angels to pour out on the earth. That flying creature is a locust I think. What this has done for me has only reinforced my belief in the Bible.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 07:30 PM
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Originally posted by WarminIndy

Originally posted by NOTurTypical
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The eastern leg of the revived Roman empire (Ottoman empire) consist's of muslim nations. Obama is a muslim.


Obama is African. He's not "The Assyrian", the "King of Babylon", or the "prince of Trye".


I think this person will be led by Islamic ideology.


I agree. Walid Shoebat has made the connection as well, and being a former Muslim (and a self-confessed terrorist) I have to give his opinion weight.

This fact does NOT rule Obama out at all, in fact it strengthens the case. No matter what Obama's apologists might say, he IS a Muslim, or was one (I believe he still is.) The reason I can state this fact categorically is because the children of a Muslim father are automatically Muslim the moment they are born. Nobody has ever disputed the fact that Barack Obama Sr. was a Muslim; ergo, all of his children are considered by the Islamic faith to be Muslim.

Taking this fact into consideration, I wonder why not even the most radical Muslims have issued a fatwa calling for the head of the apostate Obama. Actually I don't; because when Obama traveled to Cairo after his inauguration on his apology tour, the Muslim Brotherhood welcomed him as a "brother," and proclaimed him to be "one of us."

Further consideration of the many public statements he has made disparaging Christianity, and the Muslim practice of "Taquiyaa" (the allowance of lies and even falsely repudiating Islam in order to deceive infidels,) it wouldn't surprise me one bit if he's banging his head on the floor five times a day in the privacy of the Oval Office.



Originally posted by WarminIndy

When I saw this I was stunned...
www.catchpenny.org...

I saw that and immediately recognized the Book of Revelation in it. Someone had a vision as well. I am not saying this is attributed to Osiris, but rather the people who did this somehow knew something.

It shows all of the craft flying from west to east, and the bowl is used by angels to pour out on the earth. That flying creature is a locust I think. What this has done for me has only reinforced my belief in the Bible.


I don't buy the explanation for the glyphs on that site for a second. They state that if the ancients did have those types of machines - helicopters, tanks, subs, etc. - that there would be evidence of it. I don't know about them, but I actually went to my high school chemistry courses where I learned that metal oxidizes. After 5,000 years, there wouldn't be anything of a tank or helo left but a rust-colored stain in the sand; assuming of course that there was no wind to blow the rust away.
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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:08 PM
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Originally posted by OldCorp

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Originally posted by WarminIndy




I don't buy the explanation for the glyphs on that site for a second.


I believe God has revealed Himself throughout time to all people, He would have to in order to offer salvation to all people. That does not mean I believe in universal salvation, just that He cares enough about people in their own times and places to come to them. Many people rejected Him until the Jews did. I think if we look enough we can find God everywhere in all times and places. I am not arrogant to think God only came to this country in 1602.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 08:33 PM
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Originally posted by WarminIndy

I believe God has revealed Himself throughout time to all people, He would have to in order to offer salvation to all people. That does not mean I believe in universal salvation, just that He cares enough about people in their own times and places to come to them. Many people rejected Him until the Jews did. I think if we look enough we can find God everywhere in all times and places. I am not arrogant to think God only came to this country in 1602.


I have an alternative explanation for that scenario if I can go OT for a second.

Remember where Christ's spirit was while His body lay in the grave? He was preaching His Father's word to those in Sheol who had died before His advent and had never heard the name Jesus Christ while they were living (No man cometh unto the Father but by Me.)

I believe something similar will happen on Judgment Day. All of those who died AFTER Christ emptied Sheol of its souls, and who also have never heard the blessed name of our Savior, will get the opportunity to hear the Word straight from the lips of God Himself before they are judged, and will be given the opportunity to accept Christ as their Savior just like what happened 2,000 years ago. (My Father is long-suffering, and willing that NO MAN should perish.)

Add to that the fact that Revelation states that the Lake of Fire was created "for the devil and his angels," and NOT for humans, and I believe that everyone will have an opportunity to accept, or reject (some people really are that stupid,) God's Word before they are finally judged. Then, the Bible states that being tossed into the Lake of Fire is the "second death." Death is death, and it is my opinion that souls of those who reject God will "perish" in the flames. I have read the Bible many times, and I have yet to see a passage that describes eternal damnation - not to mention torture by pitchfork-wielding demons - for the souls of ordinary humans.

Of course, I could be wrong. That's why I'm thankful that I, and my family, are already saved. Praise God.



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 12:12 PM
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Hi Xplanet

S&F . Keep up the gr8 work you are doing.

This guy may or may not be The Antichrist but he is one of the many, imo.
The thing is though...imo he doesn't fit the written description. for to me he isn't scary looking. Doesn't the Bible say the antichrist's appearance is fierce? Obama doesn't LOOK like a big bad man. Although I could be interpretting this wrong.

But hey, check this out. Haven't read the full thread just yet...so if duplicated , please forgive. This was very interesting to me. What do YOU think? It's probably been discussed already here a zillion times but who knows?




posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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Star for the vid
I see you had one similar to the one I just embedded.
Not sure what to believe here but he is definitely one - if not The big one.



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