The Church and the State are Prophesied to Ruin (Scriptures)

Hierarchical civilization began 6,000 years ago. 6,000 years of Prophesy against this wicked system of things ended in 1874. Since then, history has witnessed the most all-consuming wars of all times, revolving around a Christian/Jewish Zionist conspiracy to expropriate the land of Israel and hold dominion over all the Scriptural lands that were Prophesied to ruin, time and time again. We are in the dawn of the Last Day (1,000 years) when the authority of man (Satan) will be annihilated, and the truth will set us free from this wicked system. 

The following is an overview of the Prophesy against the unholy union between the Church and the State, which is fornication. The fullness of the Prophesy cannot be explained in one blog I am going to break the Prophesy into multiple blogs then link them all together into something that’s is easy to follow. 

NOTE: I will continue to add more Scriptural details to this section. If you have any input, please let me know.


Contrary to popular belief, Genesis is a series of parables that set the stage for the end times prophesy. Throughout Scripture, YHWH made it clear that He never changes His mind, doesn’t say one thing one day and another thing the next, He is consistent. YHWH declared the end from the beginning. As it was in the beginning, so shall it be in the end. Once one comprehends that the Scriptures are consistent, one must then consider that if the end of Scripture is clearly metaphorical, then the beginning is also metaphor and so is almost everything else.

Scripture states, “They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness.” (2 Thessalonians 2) The powerful delusion spoken in this verse refers to the fact that Scripture is written in metaphorical parables. The ones who believe the lie are those who preach Scripture in literal terms. These are the ones who nullify The Word for the sake of their traditions. They deceive the masses to believe in magic and sorcery rather than preaching the truth that sets us free.

Now that we’ve gone over the whole, “Scripture is not a bunch of fairytales conundrum,” let us take a moment to examine what really happened 6,000 years ago. Hierarchical civilization took root in Sumer over 6,000 years ago. The Sumerians allegedly invented everything that was cursed in Scripture, from money to slavery. Sumerians also invented writing and a slew of stories that were retold in Scripture. Many people speculate that the Israelites believed what the Sumerians believed. However, the Scriptural timeline tells a different tale.

Throughout Scripture, the real Jews consistently used the stories of their enemies as metaphorical attacks against their enemies. They did this because Scripture was sent out as a curse to the thieves and liars. A curse that would remain in the houses of the thieves and liars until that glorious day when the enemies would be trampled underfoot by The Word. The real Jews used the stories of their enemies to set the stage for the end times Prophesy because if the real Jews had spoken in literal terms, the enemy would never have stolen the Scriptures that would one day destroy them.

Let us backtrack once again to 6,000 years ago when hierarchical civilization, slavery, money, taxation and everything that makes humans slaves first came into existence. During this time, the Israelites were nomads, generally refusing to settle in civilized territory. They lived in tents, raising flocks and tending to their fields in the outskirts of the nations they despised. YHWH promised that He would build a house for His Name within this ‘civilization’ so that His Word would one day be preached throughout the entire inhabited Earth thus trampling His enemies underfoot.

From beginning to end, Scripture was a metaphorical attack against hierarchical civilization, the authority of man, Satan. Once one realizes this fact, it becomes quite clear that the real Jews were anarcho-communists and that Scripture was somewhat of a grassroots movement to free the world from the authority of man.

I will write more about the parables of Genesis and how they relate to the end times prophesy in future blogs.

The Israelites ask for a King

After the Israelites were freed from Egypt, they continued to teeter back and forth in their idolatry.  When the Philistines stole the Arch of the Covenant, then returned it for fear of being cursed, the Prophet Samuel ordered the Israelites to get rid of their foreign gods and return to the service of YHWH so they would be saved from Philistine oppression. (1 Samuel 7) When Samuel grew old, he set up his sons as judges of Israel. But his sons didn’t take after him; they were out for what they could get for themselves, taking bribes, corrupting justice. (1 Samuel 8: 1-3)

Fed up, all the elders of Israel got together and confronted Samuel at Ramah. They presented their case: “Look, you’re an old man, and your sons aren’t following in your footsteps. Here’s what we want you to do: Appoint a king to rule us, just like everybody else.” (1 Samuel 8)

YHWH answered Samuel, “Go ahead and do what they’re asking. They are not rejecting you. They’ve rejected me as their King. From the day I brought them out of Egypt until this very day they’ve been behaving like this, leaving me for other gods. And now they’re doing it to you. So let them have their own way. But warn them of what they’re in for. Tell them the way kings operate, just what they’re likely to get from a king.” (1 Samuel 8)

So Samuel told them, delivered YHWH’s warning to the people who were asking him to give them a king. He said, “This is the way the kind of king you’re talking about operates. He’ll take your sons and make soldiers of them—chariotry, cavalry, infantry, regimented in battalions and squadrons. He’ll put some to forced labor on his farms, plowing and harvesting, and others to making either weapons of war or chariots in which he can ride in luxury. He’ll put your daughters to work as beauticians and waitresses and cooks. He’ll conscript your best fields, vineyards, and orchards and hand them over to his special friends. He’ll tax your harvests and vintage to support his extensive bureaucracy. Your prize workers and best animals he’ll take for his own use. He’ll lay a tax on your flocks and you’ll end up no better than slaves. The day will come when you will cry in desperation because of this king you so much want for yourselves. But don’t expect God to answer.” (1 Samuel 8)

But the people wouldn’t listen to Samuel. “No!” they said. “We will have a king to rule us! Then we’ll be just like all the other nations. Our king will rule us and lead us and fight our battles.” Samuel took in what they said and rehearsed it with YHWH. YHWH told Samuel, “Do what they say. Make them a king.” (1 Samuel 8)

 Samuel summoned the people of Israel to the Lord at Mizpah and said to them, “This is what YHWH, the God of Israel, says: ‘I brought Israel up out of Egypt, and I delivered you from the power of Egypt and all the kingdoms that oppressed you.’ But you have now rejected your God, who saves you out of all your disasters and calamities. And you have said, ‘No, appoint a king over us.’ So now present yourselves before YHWH by your tribes and clans.” (Samuel 10)

Samuel appointed Saul as king the warned the Israelites, “If you fear YHWH and serve and obey him and do not rebel against his commands, and if both you and the king who reigns over you follow YHWH your God—good! But if you do not obey YHWH, and if you rebel against his commands, his hand will be against you, as it was against your ancestors. (Samuel 12)

The people all said to Samuel, “Pray to the Lord your God for your servants so that we will not die, for we have added to all our other sins the evil of asking for a king.” (Samuel 12)

Samuel replied, “Do not be afraid, I will teach you the way that is good and right. But be sure to fear YHWH and serve him faithfully with all your heart; consider what great things he has done for you. Yet if you persist in doing evil, both you and your king will perish.” (Samuel 12)


That’s enough for today. I will continue to add more to this blog. I am very impatient, and I find it easier to publish as I write rather than writing and writing and writing and never publishing. It’s more fulfilling when I publish rather than wait.

Viva La Rebellion

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