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Has WW3 Been Cancelled? Is the Tribulation Around the Corner ?Does This War Signal The Rapture Is Imminent?

 
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Has WW3 Been Cancelled?

Is the Tribulation Around the Corner

Does This War Signal The Rapture Is Imminent?

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R.A. Coombes

Author of "America, The Babylon" Volumes 1-2.

7-25-6

As U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice shuttles the Mediterranean region discussing solutions to the current Lebanese-Israeli border war, one longer term solution keeps getting floated in the media. That solution is the idea of an international UN-led peacekeeping force. The problem is that has been tried before. In fact UN observers have been there for years and have been of no help whatsoever. The Bush Administration has been floating the idea of a French-Turkish-Czech (or other EU-related) contingent of between 10,000 to 20,000 troops to be permanently stationed in the Lebanese "buffer zone" that constitutes the border clear up to the Litani River. Such a force would have full military power to engage in full combat and destroy any Hezbollah attempts to reinfiltrate the region. There has also been talk of using Russian forces as part of the troop mix. Israel has supported the general premise of the idea because it does not want to be tied down to peacekeeping duties that could easily result in the region becoming another Iraq.

We do find it interesting that another option being floated around is that a peace-keeping force be from NATO or led by NATO, much like NATO has done in the old Yugoslavia region when President Clinton engineered a NATO peace-keeper force. A NATO Led Peace-keeper force would be a no-nonsense contingent of perhaps 20,000 troops that would not tolerate any Hezbollah re-infiltration into the buffer zone nor allow nor tolerate any interference from Syria or Iran nor would either had the slightest desire to try messing with NATO. A nation that would mess with a NATO-led contingent would be like a national equivalent of committing national suicide. NATO peacekeepers have a track history of simply not messing around. They would likely be a superb group for the job, to which we ask ourselves: "Why didn't anyone think of this years ago?" Pehaps better yet, however is to ask the question: "Why would the Illuminati allow a successful NATO-led Peacekeeping force?"

That answer to the last question is indeed the key to figuring out what the end-game result might be for this current border war. The Illuminati's goal is WW3 started in the Mideast that pits Islam against the West and becomes a world-wide religious war that is stopped by the Masonic Messiah (i.e. The Antichrist). Lebanon seems to be a wonderful flashpoint for triggering such a war at any point in time, unless of course it succumbs to a powerful NATO peacekeeping force that smashes noses first and asks questions later. It doesn't seem logical that the Illuminated Ones would want a serious peacekeeping force in Southern Lebanon that would deny the perfect flashpoint for their World War when the right time comes along, and that's what they're looking for allright. This border war was supposed to be "THE" war that triggered the ball rolling, but for some reason that ball has not rolled in the right direction, at least not yet.

Do you realize that this war developed during a critical time on the Jewish calendar? We are in The critical month that historically has brought more grief to Israel than any other period, which includes the destruction of both Temples and Jerusalem. It's a month of sorrows. 2006 was supposed to be a repetition of that cycle once again, but it seems to have failed, at least so far. Now do you suppose that this was merely a coincidence? We think not. Something did happen on the way to World War 3 that created a monkey wrench in the process. We're not sure what it was, perhaps it was Israel's slow, cautious response or perhaps not. Perhaps, this time, the war will seem to be delayed until an "accident" triggers a massive escalation. It is still possible at this point, which brings us back to our question. Does the Illuminati really want NATO-led peacekeepers? We think not. It will be interesting to see how this portion of a diplomatic solution is played out, but if things don't explode into a wider, regional war and then a World War, we would find it odd that the Illuminati would agree to a NATO peacekeeper force, unless the "Illums" in their "infinite" (and we use that term sarcastically) wisdom decide that a Lebanon spark is not the spark to count on to inflame a World War. In such a case, they'd have to go back to the drawing board and create a different sparking mechanism. Somehow, I don't think they'd like that option, but then maybe they'll have no other choice.

One thing that is beginning to emerge from all of this - as we are perceiving it - is that 2006 may not be the year after all that triggers the rise of the Antichrist to power and the great Tribulation period, not to mention the Rapture of the Church.

On the other hand, during this time of "late" harvest, perhaps this is the year, with everyone thinking "this is the year" only to seem "not" to be the year, only it is, but just delayed by a herky-jerky geo-political motion of events. Perhaps yet, the Rapture will occur this year and this war cannot proceed to bring the rise of the Antichrist until after THE Rapture, which according to some theorists can not occur until the Rosh Hashanah feast days. God has said, the Church has not been called to suffer the Wrath coming upon the world. If this war is indeed supposed to be the start of that Wrath, and indeed if the Rosh Hashanah theorists are right that Christ returns only on one of the two feast days of Rosh Hashanah, and the Church is NOT allowed to experience ANY of that prophesied wrath, and that wratch can't start on July 12th or 13th of 2006 because it can't happen before HIS Return and HE must return on a Rosh Hashanah period which in 2006 is not until September 22nd, then no wonder the war didn't trigger the World War to bring about the rise of the Antichrist. It's simply not yet time.

Will that time be this coming September 22nd or 23rd? Who knows? While we're intrigued by the Rosh Hashanah Rapture theory, we're not convinced of it enough, lolly-gag around for 363 days a year thinking he won't come back today because its not a Rosh Hashanah feast day. That's simply not how we read the interpretation of the text. We believe the texts strongly insinuate that we are to instead be prepared for His Return on any and every day of any and every year. That means it doesn't absolutly, positively have to fall on a Rosh Hashanah day. In fact there are other, equally compelling theories out there suggesting "Ascension day" or "Pentecost" but here again such theories are much like the Rosh Hashanah theories, very limiting and thus flies in the face of the need to be alert 365 days a year. Frankly, we think its safer to remain alert to a 365-day possibility but okay to be a little more expectant on these other theoretical days.

Meanwhile, as we watch these war developement unfold with the full knowledge of both Biblical Prophecy and General Albert Pike's letter explaining the Illuminati plans for WW3 we watch for signs of the wheels falling off this Trojan Horse of a border war and see which way the horse tilts.

For more on the Peace=keeper issue and Israel's desire for a NATO-led coalition force of Peacekeepers, link here.

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Has WW3 Been Cancelled?

Is the Tribulation Around the Corner

Does This War Signal The Rapture Is Imminent?

Comments by

R.A. Coombes

Author of "America, The Babylon" Volumes 1-2.

7-25-6

As U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice shuttles the Mediterranean region discussing solutions to the current Lebanese-Israeli border war, one longer term solution keeps getting floated in the media. That solution is the idea of an international UN-led peacekeeping force. The problem is that has been tried before. In fact UN observers have been there for years and have been of no help whatsoever. The Bush Administration has been floating the idea of a French-Turkish-Czech (or other EU-related) contingent of between 10,000 to 20,000 troops to be permanently stationed in the Lebanese "buffer zone" that constitutes the border clear up to the Litani River. Such a force would have full military power to engage in full combat and destroy any Hezbollah attempts to reinfiltrate the region. There has also been talk of using Russian forces as part of the troop mix. Israel has supported the general premise of the idea because it does not want to be tied down to peacekeeping duties that could easily result in the region becoming another Iraq.

We do find it interesting that another option being floated around is that a peace-keeping force be from NATO or led by NATO, much like NATO has done in the old Yugoslavia region when President Clinton engineered a NATO peace-keeper force. A NATO Led Peace-keeper force would be a no-nonsense contingent of perhaps 20,000 troops that would not tolerate any Hezbollah re-infiltration into the buffer zone nor allow nor tolerate any interference from Syria or Iran nor would either had the slightest desire to try messing with NATO. A nation that would mess with a NATO-led contingent would be like a national equivalent of committing national suicide. NATO peacekeepers have a track history of simply not messing around. They would likely be a superb group for the job, to which we ask ourselves: "Why didn't anyone think of this years ago?" Pehaps better yet, however is to ask the question: "Why would the Illuminati allow a successful NATO-led Peacekeeping force?"

That answer to the last question is indeed the key to figuring out what the end-game result might be for this current border war. The Illuminati's goal is WW3 started in the Mideast that pits Islam against the West and becomes a world-wide religious war that is stopped by the Masonic Messiah (i.e. The Antichrist). Lebanon seems to be a wonderful flashpoint for triggering such a war at any point in time, unless of course it succumbs to a powerful NATO peacekeeping force that smashes noses first and asks questions later. It doesn't seem logical that the Illuminated Ones would want a serious peacekeeping force in Southern Lebanon that would deny the perfect flashpoint for their World War when the right time comes along, and that's what they're looking for allright. This border war was supposed to be "THE" war that triggered the ball rolling, but for some reason that ball has not rolled in the right direction, at least not yet.

Do you realize that this war developed during a critical time on the Jewish calendar? We are in The critical month that historically has brought more grief to Israel than any other period, which includes the destruction of both Temples and Jerusalem. It's a month of sorrows. 2006 was supposed to be a repetition of that cycle once again, but it seems to have failed, at least so far. Now do you suppose that this was merely a coincidence? We think not. Something did happen on the way to World War 3 that created a monkey wrench in the process. We're not sure what it was, perhaps it was Israel's slow, cautious response or perhaps not. Perhaps, this time, the war will seem to be delayed until an "accident" triggers a massive escalation. It is still possible at this point, which brings us back to our question. Does the Illuminati really want NATO-led peacekeepers? We think not. It will be interesting to see how this portion of a diplomatic solution is played out, but if things don't explode into a wider, regional war and then a World War, we would find it odd that the Illuminati would agree to a NATO peacekeeper force, unless the "Illums" in their "infinite" (and we use that term sarcastically) wisdom decide that a Lebanon spark is not the spark to count on to inflame a World War. In such a case, they'd have to go back to the drawing board and create a different sparking mechanism. Somehow, I don't think they'd like that option, but then maybe they'll have no other choice.

One thing that is beginning to emerge from all of this - as we are perceiving it - is that 2006 may not be the year after all that triggers the rise of the Antichrist to power and the great Tribulation period, not to mention the Rapture of the Church.

On the other hand, during this time of "late" harvest, perhaps this is the year, with everyone thinking "this is the year" only to seem "not" to be the year, only it is, but just delayed by a herky-jerky geo-political motion of events. Perhaps yet, the Rapture will occur this year and this war cannot proceed to bring the rise of the Antichrist until after THE Rapture, which according to some theorists can not occur until the Rosh Hashanah feast days. God has said, the Church has not been called to suffer the Wrath coming upon the world. If this war is indeed supposed to be the start of that Wrath, and indeed if the Rosh Hashanah theorists are right that Christ returns only on one of the two feast days of Rosh Hashanah, and the Church is NOT allowed to experience ANY of that prophesied wrath, and that wratch can't start on July 12th or 13th of 2006 because it can't happen before HIS Return and HE must return on a Rosh Hashanah period which in 2006 is not until September 22nd, then no wonder the war didn't trigger the World War to bring about the rise of the Antichrist. It's simply not yet time.

Will that time be this coming September 22nd or 23rd? Who knows? While we're intrigued by the Rosh Hashanah Rapture theory, we're not convinced of it enough, lolly-gag around for 363 days a year thinking he won't come back today because its not a Rosh Hashanah feast day. That's simply not how we read the interpretation of the text. We believe the texts strongly insinuate that we are to instead be prepared for His Return on any and every day of any and every year. That means it doesn't absolutly, positively have to fall on a Rosh Hashanah day. In fact there are other, equally compelling theories out there suggesting "Ascension day" or "Pentecost" but here again such theories are much like the Rosh Hashanah theories, very limiting and thus flies in the face of the need to be alert 365 days a year. Frankly, we think its safer to remain alert to a 365-day possibility but okay to be a little more expectant on these other theoretical days.

Meanwhile, as we watch these war developement unfold with the full knowledge of both Biblical Prophecy and General Albert Pike's letter explaining the Illuminati plans for WW3 we watch for signs of the wheels falling off this Trojan Horse of a border war and see which way the horse tilts.

For more on the Peace=keeper issue and Israel's desire for a NATO-led coalition force of Peacekeepers, link here.

[link to www.aoreport.com]
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Has WW3 Been Cancelled?

Is the Tribulation Around the Corner

Does This War Signal The Rapture Is Imminent?

Comments by

R.A. Coombes

Author of "America, The Babylon" Volumes 1-2.

7-25-6

As U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice shuttles the Mediterranean region discussing solutions to the current Lebanese-Israeli border war, one longer term solution keeps getting floated in the media. That solution is the idea of an international UN-led peacekeeping force. The problem is that has been tried before. In fact UN observers have been there for years and have been of no help whatsoever. The Bush Administration has been floating the idea of a French-Turkish-Czech (or other EU-related) contingent of between 10,000 to 20,000 troops to be permanently stationed in the Lebanese "buffer zone" that constitutes the border clear up to the Litani River. Such a force would have full military power to engage in full combat and destroy any Hezbollah attempts to reinfiltrate the region. There has also been talk of using Russian forces as part of the troop mix. Israel has supported the general premise of the idea because it does not want to be tied down to peacekeeping duties that could easily result in the region becoming another Iraq.

We do find it interesting that another option being floated around is that a peace-keeping force be from NATO or led by NATO, much like NATO has done in the old Yugoslavia region when President Clinton engineered a NATO peace-keeper force. A NATO Led Peace-keeper force would be a no-nonsense contingent of perhaps 20,000 troops that would not tolerate any Hezbollah re-infiltration into the buffer zone nor allow nor tolerate any interference from Syria or Iran nor would either had the slightest desire to try messing with NATO. A nation that would mess with a NATO-led contingent would be like a national equivalent of committing national suicide. NATO peacekeepers have a track history of simply not messing around. They would likely be a superb group for the job, to which we ask ourselves: "Why didn't anyone think of this years ago?" Pehaps better yet, however is to ask the question: "Why would the Illuminati allow a successful NATO-led Peacekeeping force?"

That answer to the last question is indeed the key to figuring out what the end-game result might be for this current border war. The Illuminati's goal is WW3 started in the Mideast that pits Islam against the West and becomes a world-wide religious war that is stopped by the Masonic Messiah (i.e. The Antichrist). Lebanon seems to be a wonderful flashpoint for triggering such a war at any point in time, unless of course it succumbs to a powerful NATO peacekeeping force that smashes noses first and asks questions later. It doesn't seem logical that the Illuminated Ones would want a serious peacekeeping force in Southern Lebanon that would deny the perfect flashpoint for their World War when the right time comes along, and that's what they're looking for allright. This border war was supposed to be "THE" war that triggered the ball rolling, but for some reason that ball has not rolled in the right direction, at least not yet.

Do you realize that this war developed during a critical time on the Jewish calendar? We are in The critical month that historically has brought more grief to Israel than any other period, which includes the destruction of both Temples and Jerusalem. It's a month of sorrows. 2006 was supposed to be a repetition of that cycle once again, but it seems to have failed, at least so far. Now do you suppose that this was merely a coincidence? We think not. Something did happen on the way to World War 3 that created a monkey wrench in the process. We're not sure what it was, perhaps it was Israel's slow, cautious response or perhaps not. Perhaps, this time, the war will seem to be delayed until an "accident" triggers a massive escalation. It is still possible at this point, which brings us back to our question. Does the Illuminati really want NATO-led peacekeepers? We think not. It will be interesting to see how this portion of a diplomatic solution is played out, but if things don't explode into a wider, regional war and then a World War, we would find it odd that the Illuminati would agree to a NATO peacekeeper force, unless the "Illums" in their "infinite" (and we use that term sarcastically) wisdom decide that a Lebanon spark is not the spark to count on to inflame a World War. In such a case, they'd have to go back to the drawing board and create a different sparking mechanism. Somehow, I don't think they'd like that option, but then maybe they'll have no other choice.

One thing that is beginning to emerge from all of this - as we are perceiving it - is that 2006 may not be the year after all that triggers the rise of the Antichrist to power and the great Tribulation period, not to mention the Rapture of the Church.

On the other hand, during this time of "late" harvest, perhaps this is the year, with everyone thinking "this is the year" only to seem "not" to be the year, only it is, but just delayed by a herky-jerky geo-political motion of events. Perhaps yet, the Rapture will occur this year and this war cannot proceed to bring the rise of the Antichrist until after THE Rapture, which according to some theorists can not occur until the Rosh Hashanah feast days. God has said, the Church has not been called to suffer the Wrath coming upon the world. If this war is indeed supposed to be the start of that Wrath, and indeed if the Rosh Hashanah theorists are right that Christ returns only on one of the two feast days of Rosh Hashanah, and the Church is NOT allowed to experience ANY of that prophesied wrath, and that wratch can't start on July 12th or 13th of 2006 because it can't happen before HIS Return and HE must return on a Rosh Hashanah period which in 2006 is not until September 22nd, then no wonder the war didn't trigger the World War to bring about the rise of the Antichrist. It's simply not yet time.

Will that time be this coming September 22nd or 23rd? Who knows? While we're intrigued by the Rosh Hashanah Rapture theory, we're not convinced of it enough, lolly-gag around for 363 days a year thinking he won't come back today because its not a Rosh Hashanah feast day. That's simply not how we read the interpretation of the text. We believe the texts strongly insinuate that we are to instead be prepared for His Return on any and every day of any and every year. That means it doesn't absolutly, positively have to fall on a Rosh Hashanah day. In fact there are other, equally compelling theories out there suggesting "Ascension day" or "Pentecost" but here again such theories are much like the Rosh Hashanah theories, very limiting and thus flies in the face of the need to be alert 365 days a year. Frankly, we think its safer to remain alert to a 365-day possibility but okay to be a little more expectant on these other theoretical days.

Meanwhile, as we watch these war developement unfold with the full knowledge of both Biblical Prophecy and General Albert Pike's letter explaining the Illuminati plans for WW3 we watch for signs of the wheels falling off this Trojan Horse of a border war and see which way the horse tilts.

For more on the Peace=keeper issue and Israel's desire for a NATO-led coalition force of Peacekeepers, link here.

[link to www.aoreport.com]
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