Globalism Is “Demonic,” Theologians Say
As the radical ideology of globalism comes under increasing pressure worldwide, a number of prominent theologians are joining the discussion, blasting the internationalist movement as “demonic” and even “anti-Christ” in nature. With a link on the subject to the widely read Christian Post appearing this week on the influential Drudge Report, the sharp criticism is making major waves worldwide. But the argument is hardly new.
Of course, critics of globalism who deal primarily in the physical realm have long attacked globalists and their political schemes to subvert national sovereignty as dangerous, totalitarian, extreme, kooky, fringe — even treasonous. But as globalism becomes politically toxic around the world and across the political spectrum, the spiritual implications of globalism are coming under fresh scrutiny too.
There are numerous different definitions of globalism. Until recently, even the word itself was relatively obscure, used mostly by the alternative media to describe the views of establishment figures pushing what they themselves tout as the “New World Order.” At the core of globalism as it is presented publicly, though, is the idea that nation-states and borders need to give way to international governing institutions such as the United Nations, the European Union, and other outfits.
Critics oppose the scheming for a broad range of reasons. For one, globalism aims to disenfranchise citizens and strip them of their right to self-government at the local, state, and national level in favor of what is euphemistically referred to as “global governance.” If “power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” as the old saying goes, the implications of total power at the global level are obvious. And that is just the start of the problem. Globalists tend to be fanatically anti-liberty, too.
For a growing number of Christian theologians, though, there is an even darker, spiritual agenda behind the globalist agenda. “Globalism is far more than ‘geographical’ or ‘eliminating national borders and boundaries,’” explained Dr. Jim Garlow, pastor at Skyline Church in San Diego, in a piece that went viral on Charisma News, earning almost half of a million Facebook likes in less than two months. “It is spiritual and demonic at its core.”
In his massively popular article, aimed at Christians who are on the fence about voting for Trump, the pastor argues that very few people understand it. But it explains a lot. “This is quite likely one of the main reasons why Trump is hated,” he wrote, suggesting that Trump’s publicly stated anti-globalism, pro-borders positions are the reason the globalist establishment has been freaking out like never before. “Do your homework on this one. Think ‘principalities and powers.’”
The “principalities and powers” was a reference to a well-known Bible verse. “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places,” writes Paul in Ephesians 6:12.
Other theologians, including those who are not Trump fans, have pointed out that the Bible and Judeo-Christian tradition have a lot to say on borders, and by extension, globalism. “A major objection to globalism from a spiritual and biblical point of view is that many of the globalists are pushing for a global value system,” Senior Associate Pastor Wallace Henley, with the 2nd Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, was quoted as saying in the Christian Post article linked by Drudge.
The Christian Post article, written by Brandon Showalter, highlights a number of other articles written by Pastor Henley in which he explains his views on the proper biblical understanding of borders, nation-states, and immigration policy. In his three-part series on the issues, Henley discusses what he calls the “theology of borders” and the “theology of immigration,” arguing that God — not man — invented nations and borders.
Rebutting EU “President” Jean-Claude Juncker’s recent claim that borders are the “worst invention ever made by politicians,” Henley also argues that borders are, in reality, essential in a fallen world. “The Bible shows that ‘gatekeeping’ is a critical component of the ‘theology of borders,’” Henley writes in the second part of his series on borders, pointing to biblical examples.
Getting rid of borders would be extremely dangerous, too, “because within borders a particular civilization can choose to uphold those principles that we [as Christians] believe are at the heart of what makes a civilization a civilization,” he explained. Without sovereign nations and borders to separate them, Henley continued, “the only alternative to that is a global governance scenario which is terrifying.”
The consequences of ignoring Judeo-Christian and biblical principles on borders and immigration will be disastrous, he added. “Feverishly trying to recover the Garden of Eden through constructing borderless utopia, Juncker and the progressivist globalists are giving us dystopia,” Henley argued, lambasting globalists such as billionaire George Soros, Democrat U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and others for their extreme policies of allowing anyone and everyone to immigrate.
Henley went on to explain that there is what he called an “anti-Christ spirit at work in the world” that opposes the Kingdom of Christ, which he defines as “righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.” “The Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ is the highest form of civilization,” Henley said. “The anti-civilization represented by anti-Christ is the opposite of that.”
“So if the kingdom of Christ is righteousness, the anti-civilization is evil and injustice,” Henley continued. “If the kingdom of Christ is peace, the Kingdom of anti-Christ is conflict. If the Kingdom of Christ is joy in the Holy Spirit, anti-civilization is misery.”
Top Catholic leaders have also been warning about recent globalist developments, including what one senior cleric referred to as the ongoing “Islamic conquest of Europe” enabled by the EU’s anti-borders extremism. As The New Americanreported in mid-September, Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, widely touted as potentially the next pope, warned that “many Muslims” want “a third Islamic attempt to conquer Europe ... and they say this is the end of Europe.” He was speaking on the 333rd anniversary of the Battle of Vienna, in which Christian European armies succeeded in turning back a massive Muslim invasion force. It was not the first time.
On globalism more broadly, Jewish thinkers have also made similar arguments — and not just because the State of Israel fervently defends its own borders against hostile regimes all around it. The Christian Post interviewed George Mason University Law School Professor Jeremy Rabkin, a Jew and the author of the 2004 book The Case for Sovereignty: Why The World Should Welcome American Independence. He argues, among other points, that globalism is fundamentally at odds with “democratic forms of government.”
“Beyond that it is not democratic, there’s something about it that is a little creepy, a little uncanny,” Rabkin was quoted as saying about globalism. “It’s basically saying ‘We are going to organize the world in a way that establishes an artificial consensus.’ It’s not enough to say its undemocratic. It's threatening; it's almost demonic. It is a world organized independently of people's fundamental religious convictions.”
Of course, it is hardly the first time that globalism has been identified publicly as being demonic in nature. In 1995, Gary Kah, who served as Europe and Middle East Trade Specialist for the Indiana state government, published the book The Demonic Roots of Globalism: En Route to Spiritual Deception where he argued much the same thing. In essence, he argues that the secret societies and other forces pushing the so-called “New World Order” are fundamentally evil. And even he was not the first.
Indeed, Christians have long cited biblical prophecies warning of the rise of global government. While there are many eschatological interpretations, the Bible is very clear on some issues — including the idea that the enemy hopes to build up a global totalitarian system that opposes God and His people. But as well-known pastors such as Chuck Baldwin have pointed out, that is no excuse for Christians to sit back and not oppose evil.
Even secular leaders have come out forcefully against the globalist extremism, arguing that it is aimed at undermining Christianity and Western civilization. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, for example, blasted what he called the “treasonous conspiracy” to flood Europe with Islamic migrants as part of an effort by “internationalists” in Brussels to subvert Christendom and nation-states on the road to world order.
For now, with Brexit in the United Kingdom, the rise of Trump in the United States, and growing nationalist sentiment spreading across the West and the world, globalism appears to be in a major crisis. Even globalist publications and leaders have acknowledged as much. However, globalists remain extraordinarily powerful and influential — and dangerous. Opponents of globalism should continue to expose and resist the dangerous anti-sovereignty extremism of the establishment. Liberty, Judeo-Christian civilization, and America literally depend on it.
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Woman Gets Possessed By Demon On Bus In San Luis, Argentina
A witness riding the bus in Argentina was able to capture frightening footage of a woman that appeared to be possessed by demons.
In the video the woman appears to be thrashing around in her seat as her eyes back and forth in her head. The whole this is pretty disturbing.
According to witnesses, the bus driver had to stop the bus because riders were trying to get off.
Read More: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3634985/Terrified-bus-passengers-flee-possessed-woman-begins-speaking-bizarre-demonic-voice-lolling-head-around.html
Demons Possessed Woman Caused Grown-Ass Men To Scream Like Babies
A woman dressed entirely in white scared the crap out of onlookers as she growled and charged at people in the street.
CERN: September 2015 Update With Mind-blowing
Facts About The Large Hadron Collider
In September, Cern is set to run it's Large Hadron Collider. The (LHC) will smash together sub-atomic particles close to the speed of light, an unprecedented experiment that has some of the leading voices in the world of science and religion voicing concerns about the major risks involved.
CERN is famous for the discovery of the elusive Higgs Boson also known as the "God particle". which allows other particles to build up mass as they pass through the Higgs field, but people are now on the CERN watch for its upcoming experiment where scientists will play God in an effort to recreate the "Big Bang" that gave birth to the Universe.
There are many controversies surrounding CERN. Many believe they have a Luciferian Agenda and are working with the illuminati and NWO order to bring demonic entities into the world by opening up portals. I have previously posted about this with articles about CERN's documentary and I Pet Goat, II.
Below are some mind blowing facts about CERN's Large Hadron Collider that you need to know about:
10. CERN is the world’s biggest machine
Straddling the French-Swiss border, the $9 billion CERN collider complex is buried at a depth of up to 575 feet (175 meters). The tunnel complex runs along a 17-mile (27-kilometer) circuit. Scientists involved in the project say the laboratory was built underground because the Earth’s crust provides protection against radiation. They also say it was buried out of respect for the natural landscape, which sounds slightly ironic considering the massive damage the collider could possibly cause down the road.
9. Massive gravitational pull
The CERN collider is composed of some 9,600 super magnets – which are 100,000 times more powerful than the gravitational pull of Earth – that fire protons around a circular track at mindboggling speeds. A beam might rotate for up to 10 hours, travelling a distance of more than 10 billion kilometers, enough to make it to the far reaches of our Solar System and back again. Travelling just below light-speed, a proton in the LHC will make 11,245 circuits every second.
No less amazing are the magnet’s coils, which are made up of 36 twisted 15mm strands, each strand comprised in turn of 6000-9000 single filaments, each filament possessing a diameter as small as 7 micrometers. The 27km length of the LHC demands some 7,600 km (4,100 miles) of cable, which amounts to about 270,000 km (145,000 miles) of strand — more than enough to circle the Earth six times at the Equator. According to the CERN website, if the filaments were unraveled, they would “stretch to the Sun and back five times with enough left over for a few trips to the Moon.”
8. CERN generates extreme temperatures
There may be another reason for the CERN super collider being buried hundreds of feet underground: The unbelievable hot temperatures it can reach. How hot you ask? Well, about as hot as conditions in the Universe after the Big Bang, or more than 100,000-times the temperature at the center of the Sun. This will be achieved, CERN says, by accelerating and colliding together two beams of heavy ions, an epic scientific event that will take place next month.
7. But Stephen Hawking is worried
Although it may require some mental gymnastics to wrap one’s brain around exactly what the CERN scientists are attempting to achieve in their underground lab, the average layman may instinctively understand that such an experiment may be wrought with unforeseeable pitfalls. Stephen Hawking, the eminent physicist, seems to agree.
“The God particle found by CERN could destroy the universe,” Hawking wrote in the preface to a book, Starmus, a collection of lectures by scientists. The Higgs Boson could become unstable at very high energy levels and have the potential to trigger a “catastrophic vacuum decay which would cause space and time to collapse and… we would not have any warning to the dangers,” he continued.
Hawking is not the only voice in the scientific wilderness predicting possible catastrophe if CERN continues in the atomic fast lane. Astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson told Eugene Mirman on his Star Talk radio program that the experiment could literally cause the planet to “explode.”
“Ask yourself: How much energy is keeping it together? Then you put more than that amount of energy into the object.”Tyson was confident of the result: “It will explode.”
In late 2008, when CERN was first firing up the engines on its atom-smashing machine, Otto Rossler, a German professor at the University of Tubingen, filed a lawsuit against CERN with the European Court of Human Rights, on the grounds that the facility could trigger a mini black hole that could get out of control and annihilate the planet. The Court tossed out Rossler’s request, but he nevertheless succeeded in generating heated discussion on the possible dark side of the experiment.
6. Opening the door to other dimensions
One year after CERN’s grand opening, Sergio Bertolucci, former Director for Research and Scientific Computing of the facility, grabbed headlines when he told a British tabloid the super collider could open otherworldly doors to another dimension for “a very tiny lapse of time,” mere fractions of a second. However, that may be just enough time “to peer into this open door, either by getting something out of it or sending something into it.”
“Of course,” added Bertolucci, “after this tiny moment the door would again shut; bringing us back to our ‘normal’ four-dimensional world … It would be a major leap in our vision of nature… And of course [there would be] no risk to the stability of our world.”
Naturally, this comment has triggered fears that the CERN collider could unwittingly invite unwanted visitors from other time-space dimensions. Anybody for dinosaurs strolling along the Champs-Élysées, or alien life forms seizing the entire planet? Such scenarios – at least for some scientists – are no longer confined to the fictional world of Isaac Asimov novels; with the ongoing work at CERN, there is even talk of opening up a portal for time travel.
Simply postulating such futuristic scenarios shows how far mankind has traveled in a relatively short expanse of time, and our dystopic future predicted in books like “Brave New World” and “1984” may already be here. Will man be able to control the technology he has created, or will the technology destroy him, his works, and with it the entire planet?
5. CERN’s curious choice of geographic location
Now on top of all the speculation as to what CERN scientists are really attempting to do with their Large Hadron Collider, many observers could not help but notice that the town in France where CERN is partially situated is called “Saint-Genus-Poilly.” The name Pouilly comes from the Latin “Appolliacum” and it is believed that in Roman times a temple existed in honor of Apollo, and the people who lived there believed that it is a gateway to the underworld. It is interesting to note that CERN is built on the same spot.
Religious leaders – always suspicious of the aims of the scientific world – drew a connection to a verse straight out of Revelations (9:1-2, 11), which makes reference to the name ‘Apollyon.’ The verse states: “To him was given the key of the bottomless pit. And he opened the bottomless pit… And they had a kind over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.”
Now try telling a spiritual leader that the Bible is conspiracy theory.
4. Tapping into ‘Dark Matter’
Astonishingly, astrophysical observations have demonstrated that all visible physical matter accounts for only four percent of the Universe. Now the race is on at CERN to find those elusive particles or phenomena responsible for dark matter (23 percent) and dark energy (73 percent). Essentially what the CERN experiment hopes to achieve is to separate – by way of the atom smasher – the invisible dark matter, which has been described as the very glue that holds together, from the visible. There’s just one problem with this experiment: Nobody has any idea what the consequences will be if that goal is achieved. So once again, this ‘dark versus visible’ paradigm has generated a battle that transcends the scientific world, becoming a question involving philosophy and spirituality.
3. CERN logo
I will leave it up to the imagination of the reader to determine if the public relations team at CERN opened up the door to massive conjecture – not to mention a huge amount of ‘conspiracy theory’ – by opting for the particular logo design that they did.
2. Deity of destruction as corporate mascot
Although most corporations shun any connection with religion and the spiritual world, CERN has chosen as its mascot a Hindu goddess. But not just any Hindu goddess. Just outside of its headquarters building sits an ancient statue to Shiva, ancient Apollyon, the goddess of destruction. Strange?
1. No Democratic debate
CERN is presently ramping up the largest atom collider in the world (it takes months for the magnets to get the particles to reach near light-speed) in preparation for their next atomic collision which is scheduled to take place next month – with barely a mention in the media of the risks involved. Since some critics say this scientific experiment poses greater risks than even the tests prior to the introduction of the atomic bomb, it would stand to reason that there should be much more discussion on this ‘dark matter.’ Sadly, and not a little ironically, CERN – which essentially governs itself as its own fiefdom – is operating just as invisibly as the particles they are attempting to study.
However, CERN has been the trailblazer on a number of other highly credible projects, which may tempt people to give them the benefit of the doubt regarding CERN, which certainly ranks as one of the most comprehensive and expensive scientific experiments in history.
In 1989, under the guidance of Tim Berners-Lee, CERN began the World Wide Web project, which led to the first webpage in history. On April 30, 1993, CERN announced that the World Wide Web would be free to anyone.
Morgan Freeman's Step Granddaughter Found
Stabbed During Exorcism at Age 33 at 3AM
333....3 Times?! 666
Morgan Freeman's step granddaughter E'Dena Hines was found dead at the age of 33. She was found after 3am lying on the street with multiple stab wounds to the chest. Freeman's step granddaughter was found stabbed to death in New York City early Sunday morning in what law enforcement and witnesses are calling an exorcism.
According to New York Post, the lead suspect, George Hudacko was seen screaming and repeatedly stabbing her with a knife as he was yelling "Get out, devils! I cast you out, devils! In the name of Jesus Christ, I cast you out!’” The girl was making a lot of noise, screaming,” Hudacko told the Post. “I saw something sparkly going up and down. … I called 911, I was begging them to come.”
According to Dailymail, A witness named Brydon Tarafa, stated “I heard the man yelling ‘Jesus Christ is born’, like yelling, screaming maniacally. And I heard a woman scream shortly before that.”
E’dena Hines passed away at the age of 33 after 3am. She was stabbed 16 times, allegedly by her live-in boyfriend, Lamar Davenport.
There are a few things about this that scream Illuminati hit, like the number 3. She died at the age of 33 after 3am. That's 333 six times is 666. The illuminati are satanic. They have a demonic luciferian agenda.
Also, E'Dena's grandmother Jeanette Adair Bradshaw, Freeman’s first wife, was also slaughtered just before 3 a.m.
I don't believe in coincidences. The people with this demonic agenda are getting more brazen with putting in our face. I'm sorry this talented young soul had to die at such an early age. May she rest in peace.