We are well into a diabolical scheme to ruin the world under the pressures of many ideologies coalescing under the banner of globalism for the ruin of all our lives. And any innocence the hostile insurgents played to is long gone. It’s ugly, but I don’t know that it’s uglier than at any other point in history when social collapse was imminent. I continue to tell people that the American Constitution, which was founded on Christian ideas, is the key to the future because it limits out-of-control governments that many of these hostile forces never thought would be possible. It certainly wasn’t in their plans, which was most extraordinarily exploited during Covid in people like Bill Gates, who had spent a lot of time thinking about how to take over the world only to find out that the President of the United States wasn’t a king, and that states rights had more power than the federal government. In America, regional government is most accountable to the people who ruled in court cases, and that was a perplexing development to the world domination schemers. In the end, the American Constitution was meant to do what it is doing: to fight off the evil intentions of vile agents of chaos and destruction. We are not promised a life of comfort without challenges. But we can have the freedom to fight for our continued independence from those globalist forces and the schemes they have been employing for thousands of years.
I recently did something of a review of the great Jonathan Cahn book The Harbinger, and in it, I went even further than the book, published in 2011, in talking about how BlackRock was connected in several ways to the same hostile forces that were behind the 9/11 attack. If The Harbinger was about the scriptural warnings of a country that had fallen from God and that if they wanted to avoid Israel’s fate, that they would get right again with God, because the signs were everywhere. Further, it is my opinion, based on a vast amount of reading, that the religion of Islam is built off the hostile intentions of the old Baal worship from that same region. Once Christianity was put into a biblical form under the Roman Empire, the Arab forces put forth the Quran as an answer to the Bible, using many of the same characters but putting their own stamp on it. And within that context is the ancient Kaaba Stone in Mecca, where the same Abraham from the Bible rebuilt the temple, which is the focus of many pilgrimages for Muslims. And what was worshipped there before Abraham’s time, Baal. And that the purpose of the Quran was to put a mask on that ancient deity worship, give Allah a broad definition to seduce many to their religion, much the way the Israelites were convinced to step away from God in the first place, and that the religious squabbles of the Palestinians and the Jewish people was more of a military strategy hidden behind a spiritual crisis. And to further complicate things, the black stone of worship at Mecca is the same rock that the modern company of BlackRock references in their desire to take over all the boardrooms of America and implement woke policies as a new kind of terrorism.
The Harbinger is a very popular book, so it should come as no surprise that its sequel, produced in 2020 during the Covid lockdowns, would also get a lot of attention, and it, of course, did. The Harbinger II—The Return is still one of the feature books in Christian books stores that is a best-seller, and it continues on with the Harbinger message, which is that biblical scripture is foretelling of events of our modern times that involve terrorist activity and the hostilities of governments not rooted to God, but have been seduced back into Baal worship behind the many masks of contemporary preponderance. What is so spectacularly interesting in this book is that it was written and published during the Covid lockdowns, for which it plays right into the narrative of the vast evil at work behind the politeness of modern culture. Where Jonathan Cahn, at the time, attributed Covid to a plague unleashed by God to punish a society that had turned away from him, the reality is that Covid was created in a Chinese lab by hostile forces as a kind of military attack. And that in that context, it was like the armies of Nebuchadnezzar attacking Israel and destroying the temple as an agent of God’s wrath. Whether scripture predicted human events or that people wanted prophecy to be truth and sought ways to fulfill them, the matter is beyond doubt that maniacal forces were at work to destroy the world, and the Bible is all about dealing with that problem in a past, present, and future tense. In the space of one year, with Covid and the realization that elections were not representative of the voting public with evidence of massive corruption being displayed right in front of our faces, it was a punishing revelation on part with the destruction of Israel from the Assyrian forces. And it all started with the 9/11 attacks and the events of the first Harbinger book. America was under attack, and people did not just feel death and misery. And the level of evil that we were dealing with on a global scale was hard to believe. The only way to comprehend it was to read about it in the context of scripture.
In the end, that will fix many of our modern problems, and like Israel and other crises throughout history, we will come out of it. The American Constitution will play a significant role in that revival. But so again will Christian book sections and a reconnection with the Bible. American society was founded on Biblical concepts, and our rule of law was tethered to the idea of God from the beginning. And when I go to the bookstore, it is obvious that books like Jonathan Cahn’s continue to sell the most. One of my favorite bookstores is the Books A Million in Dayton at The Greene. There is an entire second floor of a very large store that is nearly dedicated to the Christian religion and the selling of various Bibles. So the warnings in the Harbinger books are well stated, but they do not come without solutions.
The evil of terrorism is a very real thing, not just with 9/11 but in what we saw in Covid, which was much worse. And when we see how God punished Israel for its worship of Baal and other Mesopotamian gods, we have modern context that is on par with that level of suffering. But we’ve also seen this story before. We know how it ends. We are living in the days of Judgement, which is OK. We are living history now, but when we made our Constitution, we built it with these days in mind and many others in the future. We may be unable to stop evil’s intentions and their schemes. But we can fight off their effects, which is the process we are going through now. It’s certainly not hopeless. There are harbingers of goodness as well, and you can find them in the resurgence of Christian bookstores that are safe harbors from woke policies intent on destroying our culture from the inside out. And they continue to be a handhold to sanity as the most diabolical menaces in human history make their moves right before our faces for a judgment day that isn’t far off in the future but is before us now, in our own lifetimes.