Can Trump outsmart the Henoch Prophecies?
Watching the inauguration, I know I’m not alone in having noticed the ceaseless prayers, benedictions, etc., all to, and in the name of, imaginary, primarily Christian, cult deities and saviors.
We might want to reflect on how the centuries’ long invocation of, and reliance on, these non-existent, never-to-be-proven Super Sky Daddies have infantilized entire populations, worldwide, for eons. A rational reflection on the abysmal track record of the Big Guy in answering the zillions of prayers, futilely flung heavenward over the past millennia, should be enough to make one realize that they’re, well, trapped in a looney bin.
For some very sobering information on just how long this insanity has actually been going on – and its very ancient, largely unknown origins – please read this.
We also may want to revisit the Henoch Prophecies and its warnings about external conflicts and possible civil wars that would also fracture and destroy what we still call the United States of America.
For those that may have missed it, here’s President Trump loving it up with the intelligence community. He definitely brings to the presidency something not seen before in that office, i.e. someone who frequently uses the words “special”, “fantastic”, “terrific”, etc., with all the sincerity, style and charm of a Las Vegas M.C, right down to, “I’ll be back!”. I’ll just add…” I’m here for four years, so tell your friends!”
Look for future press conferences where Trump will say things like, “We’re going to have a fantastic war against ISIS. Gen. Flynn and Secretary of Defense Mattis – I like calling him ‘Mad Dog’, it’s a terrific name for the guy – because they’re both going to do a marvelous job destroying ISIS, wiping them off the face of the Earth. That’s right. And let me tell you, and this is special, we now have Putin, we have Vladimir Putin onboard too with his Russian Army, nice people, very nice people, tremendous fighters too, etc., etc.”
We’ll see if Trump’s hyper-happy, enthusiastic agenda is enough to outsmart the prophecies, and things like, “224. Not only will America, but also all other Western industrial countries which still live at the beginning of the new millennium in the delusion that they could dominate and rule over underdeveloped nations, i.e., Third World countries, will not only soon lose influence over these but must defend themselves against them.”