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Russia and Iran are advancing their war plans against the West.
The New World Order’s digital currency push just got another shove.
Israel disappointed billions of YHVH’s people this week by capitulating to the Palestinians over Temple Mount security.
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The Netanyahu government caved in to combined Palestinian and Israeli Arab pressure on its positions regarding Temple Mount and its responses to acts of terror. By Thursday morning, July 27, all the security measures, metal detectors, cameras and fences, had been removed from Temple Mount, and the bodies of the three Israeli Arabs who murdered two Israeli police officers were handed over to their families in their home town of Umm al Fahm in the Israeli Arab Triangle.
In the Old City of Jerusalem, joyous Palestinians handed out candy and fired off firecrackers. Their cars hooted to celebrate their victory over the Jews.
In Umm Al Fahm, thousands attended a funeral march early Thursday under flying Palestinian flags to hail the three terrorists who set off the Temple Mount crisis by gunning down Temple Mount police guards.
The Palestinians’ clerical leaders and the Waqf did not order Muslim worshippers to end their boycott of Aqsa even after Israel’s capitulation. Instead, they gathered for prayers in the streets. The Palestinian Authority, the Tanzim militia and Hamas all called for an escalated showdown with Israel on Friday, but Jordan’s King Abdullah asked President Abbas to acquiesce to Israel’s backing off of Temple Mount. Abbas announced the return to prayer.
As DEBKAfile noted Wednesday, “The Israeli government has set its feet on a dangerously slippery slope by surrendering to Palestinian and Israeli Arab extremists. The insatiable demands for more capitulation will not stop at this point.”
According to the Debka report, “Binyamin Netanyahu’s government is being forced back step by step on the Temple Mount standoff by a three-line siege imposed by the Palestinians, Sunni Arab governments, including Jordan, and public opinion at home.
The security cabinet can’t be faulted for approving its first rational steps for securing the worshippers and visitors frequenting Temple Mount, after three Israeli Arab gunmen desecrated the shrine on July 14 by shooting dead two Israeli police officers on guard at Lion’s Gate.
Metal detectors at the gates provided a quick fix for reopening the shrines the next day.
Where the ministers went wrong was in failing to go after the perpetrators of the murders committed at one of the most sensitive world shrines. The killers belonged to the lawless Jabarin clan that rules the Israeli Arab town of Umm al Fahm. The ministers did not treat this clan as central to the crime, out of concern for the delicate relations with Israel’s Arab minority. Instead, Temple Mount, the lightening rod of Israel’s relations with the entire Muslim and Arab world, was treated as the core issue.
The Jabarins felt safe enough to carry on breaking Israel’s laws. On Tuesday, July 25, a member was caught smuggling a truckload of illegal Palestinian workers from the Palestinian town of Jenin across into Israel. It was obvious that something is badly amiss in national homeland security policies.
In another example, the government finally, a year late, ordered the home of one of the Tel Aviv Sarona Market terrorists, who murdered four Israelis, to be knocked down. One story of a building in the Hebron village of Yata will be destroyed. At the same time, the Supreme Court of Justice in Jerusalem gave the police 30 hours to hand over the bodies of the three Temple Mount gunmen, members of the Jabarin tribe, to their families for burial.
Razing the home of one of the Tel Aviv terrorists, who claimed to have been inspired by ISIS, in a timely fashion, a year ago, might have been some deterrent for the killers of Umm al-Fahm.
It now turns out that the shrine murders 12 days ago were the result of Israeli Arabs and Palestinians coming together for a joint terrorist conspiracy against Israel. The location was deliberately chosen as the catalyst for dragging moderate Arab rulers into a plot for compelling Israel to give up its sovereignty on Temple Mount and the Old City of Jerusalem.
Debka earlier this week reported that the Lebanese were involved in inspiring this attack and that it was done as a distraction for Russia and Iran moving 5km from Israel’s Golan border.
This conspiracy was insufficiently addressed by the ministers taking part in the security cabinet’s deliberations. The removal of the metal scanners, security cameras – or any other measures Israel was been forced to cede – will not satisfy the Palestinians and Israeli Arab leaders, including their members of parliament. They are intent on drawing their community of 1.5 million into the bloody brew they have cooked up for the entire Arab world to consume.
As this juncture, the Israeli government has no choice but to brake hard on concessions – even as street violence escalates – and draw a red line against caving in any further. The Palestinians and their clerics should be firmly informed that if they choose to continue to boycott Al Aqsa and hold prayers in the street outside the shrine, so be it. Israel will not budge any further on its responsibility to secure Temple Mount against more violence. And their dream of a victory parade on the holy compound to celebrate their humiliation of the Jewish State will never come true.
Very few Israelis are aware of the origins of the 180,000 Arabs living in Jerusalem today. Most of them originate in Hebron and migrated to Jerusalem over the years since 1967. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan which ruled eastern Jerusalem and its shrines for 19 years up until the Six Day War, very carefully kept Hebron natives out of the city. Their extremist conduct over Temple Mount explains why.
If Israel fails to draw a strong red line at this point in the standoff, a new crisis or terrorist outrage will be staged every few days to force the ministers to fall back step by step on measures pivotal to national security. Popular opinion at home, incensed over the Halamish terrorist outrage, was against the first concession and will oppose any more.”
“The Waqf Muslim authority over the Temple Mount(8) will convene Thursday after examining whether all Israeli security measures were indeed removed from the Temple Mount compound and the situation returned to what was before the attack on July 14th that took the life of two Israeli policemen.
Until then, the Waqf is not allowing worshipers to enter the Al-Aqsa mosque to pray.”
Can someone please explain the Israeli government’s intransigence?
Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett slammed his own government’s(9) decisions regarding the handling of the Temple Mount in a scathing interview with Army Radio Thursday.
Bennett voted against the security cabinet’s decision to remove metal detectors from the Temple Mount. He also opposed Thursday morning’s removal of security cameras from the holy site and barriers that aided security checks at the Lions Gate.
“Israel comes out weakened from this crisis,” Bennett said. “Instead of sending a message about Israel’s sovereignty on the Temple Mount, it sent a message that Israel’s sovereignty can be questioned.”
Bennett called the decisions a “surrender” and compared the harm to Israeli security to the Israeli withdrawal from Southern Lebanon in 2000. But he said that as a member of the security cabinet he bears collective responsibility, and he refused to personally criticize or blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In an effort to save face for his embarrassing cowardice, “Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed he would work to close Al Jazeera’s office in Jerusalem, accusing the Qatar-based TV network of inciting to violence amid tensions over the Temple Mount.”
Last week, amid the clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, Al Jazeera published a video in which an Israeli officer is seen kicking a Palestinian kneeling on what looks like a prayer mat. The network’s reporter claimed that Israeli officers attacked the non-violent Palestinian protesters near the Temple Mount.
Religious Jews have responded to Netanyahu’s stupidity by opening a new Yeshiva on Temple Mount for the first time in thousands of years. Actually, the Yeshiva opened on Temple Mount a couple of months ago, but now Torah studies are being held at Israel’s holiest site.
Because the Israeli authorities do not allow Jews to ascend the Temple Mount with holy books, all of the learning on the Temple Mount itself is done orally. However, the students are allowed to bring the necessary books to the Temple Mount’s entrance.
Several dozen prominent national-religious rabbis issued a statement on Thursday encouraging Jews to visit the Temple Mount(10), a call which comes against the background of the recent tensions. The rabbis declared that it is of religious merit to visit the Temple Mount and that such visits bolster the Jewish people’s claim to it.
The rabbis insisted however that anyone who goes up to the Temple Mount comply with religious strictures at the site, including immersing in a ritual bath before ascending, not wearing leather shoes, and refraining from entering areas forbidden by Jewish law, specifically close proximity to the Dome of the Rock Islamic shrine, where it is believed the Temple’s Holy of Holies was located.
The press allows Muslims to claim that they revere the Temple Mount as Haram al-Sharif, or the noble Sanctuary, and believe it to be the place where Muhammad ascended to heaven. The al-Aksa mosque located at the site is one of holiest places in Islam.
The Muslims absolutely do NOT revere Temple Mount. They take their kids with soccer balls up there to play and have picnics, throwing their trash on the ground everywhere! That is NOT reverence for a holy site!
The only reason Muslims want Temple Mount is because they know it belongs to the Jews! Their own Koran says so! Various Imams have, over the years, called on the Muslims to let the Jews have Temple Mount.
If they revered Temple Mount, they wouldn’t shove their behinds in the air toward YHVH’s holy place when they pray toward Mecca!
SPECIAL REPORT: RUSSIA & IRAN FORGING ALLIANCE TO FACE OFF WITH THE WEST
Traditional Bible interpretation of the attacks by the King of the North only include the geographic area of the Middle East listed in Daniel. But there are other Hebrews the Persian rider in the Book of Revelation wants to conquer. Those Hebrews are not in Israel. They are in the West.
Two specific nations will be attacked by Russia and Iran, and probably China and North Korea will assist. Europe and America will be targeted but their allies – Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the other westernized nations – could suffer from secondary military incursions.
Right now, Russia is preparing to fight Europe and the United States by building a corridor through the Caucuses Mountains. This corridor, while somewhat difficult for Russia to pull off at the moment, will directly connect with Iran as an economic and military conduit. The big economic prize in the region is nothing less than control of Russia’s energy – oil and natural gas.
Major inroads have been made by Russia and ally Iran in the Caucuses Mountains. This mountain range, with the tallest peaks in Europe, cuts between the Black and the Caspian Seas. Migrating humans were daunted in the past by the necessity of traveling through this rugged mountain range. Now, Russia and Iran are working to conquer the Caucasus for their purposes. Russia is building southward(1); Iran is building northward so the two long-separated nations can almost become one again.
Russia has expanded its road and rail networks southward over the last two years for its way through the North Caucasus and down both sides of the Caspian Sea toward Iran.
Moscow has two major reasons for its drive south. First, Iran’s economy is poised to blossom in the Middle East as international sanctions are lifted under the Obama nuclear deal. Russia wants a share in Iran’s new economy.
Second, Russia wants to connect with Iran and Russia’s troops in Syria need a reliable land route for supplies for its troops now poised on the Israel and Jordan borders.
But pushing all the way to the Iran border is easier said than done. The Kremlin must confront the growing economic and military cooperation between Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan. The region is full of difficult terrain, both geographically and politically, and few of the Caucasus transit states could be considered Russia’s friends.
These factors are making it harder for Russia to build infrastructure that transits the region completely, but Moscow and Tehran are working together to overcome these obstacles and to curb the presence of other major powers in the region. Russia’s past successes in conquering this tough terrain came mostly at the end of a gun in past centuries.
Russia’s expansion in the Caucuses could happen from the end of a gun again. The potential for military escalation is rising in the Caucuses region, and the Kremlin is preparing to respond if conflict breaks out. The conflicts could involve Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, or increased military cooperation between Turkey and Georgia and Azerbaijan, or even perhaps a NATO build-up in the area.
There is another reason for Russia’s rush to control the Caucuses Mountains that has to do with the escalating cold war between the East and West. Russia’s renewed race for rail and road links in the Caucasus is about the wider competition for the former Soviet periphery. Russia is squaring off against the West, and both sides are vying for influence within the buffer countries between them, according to the article, The Caucasus: A Formidable Barrier to Russian Expansion(1), on Stratfor.com.
The article explains that the European Union has successfully solidified its partnership with Georgia through several political and economic treaties. This is the same method used to pull Ukraine away from Russia.
Meanwhile, Western-backed transit projects are being used to transport goods to European consumers, bringing the possibility of a West-East economic corridor closer to reality. As this occurs, it simultaneously undermines Russia’s economic and political clout in the region.
Iran, for its part, shares Russia’s interest in forestalling these Western inroads into the Caucasus, though its agenda for the region does not always align with Moscow’s. To this end, Tehran is still working with Russia to complete the North-South Transport Corridor, a combined shipping, rail and road route that runs through Azerbaijan to Russia’s Baltic Sea ports. Iran is also considering the construction of a railway through Armenia to link to ports on the Black Sea.
The road and rail infrastructure between Russia and Iran could help undermine competing pipeline and railway projects in the region, including the Kars-Akhalkalaki-Tbilisi-Baku railway(2) and the Trans-Caspian project(3), both of which connect the Caspian and Black seas. Kars-Akhalkalaki-Tbilisi-Baku railway(2) is funded by the European Union. The Trans-Caspian project is funded by the United States.
The United States wants to control the world’s oil and natural gas supply. Under Barack Obama, the United States got busy meddling in Russia’s economy. Obama wanted to destroy Russia by snatching away its natural gas and oil distribution hub, Ukraine. Controlling the Middle East’s natural gas and oil was the same reason Obama stirred the ‘Arab Spring’ pot in the Middle East.
Europe is trying to diversify away from Russian natural gas(4), and Iran wants to seize the opportunity to take over the Russian markets. But it needs access to the South Caucasus first. Iran reached out to Georgia, even announcing that an official agreement had been signed. Georgia, however, later refuted the claim.
Russia and Iran have had to actively seek more reliable connections between them because of difficulty building their roads through Georgia and Azerbaijan. One solution was to lay down railway lines that extend southward from Russia, down both sides of the Caspian Sea.
The Russian railway system was finally connected to Iran’s railway in late 2014. The new railway snakes through Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.
Meanwhile, Iran is still building the Kazvin-Rasht line on its Caspian shore, directly connecting to the Iranian city of Astara on Azerbaijan’s border. When complete, the line will link Iran’s northern railway branch to the rail network in Azerbaijan and onward to Russia.
Exporting energy through Turkey would be more convenient for Iran, but difficult relations between the countries on how to end the Syrian civil war make the Armenian route more viable. There has been talk of building a $3.7 billion railway and of extending a natural gas pipeline between Armenia and Iran. However, that plan, too, is complicated for Tehran, because Moscow has repeatedly tried to stall or become a shareholder in major infrastructure projects so as not to lose its influence in Armenia. Even good allies can sometimes get in each other’s way.
Despite the disputes over influence in the South Caucasus, Russia and Iran have shown they can cooperate. In December, both managed to sign a memorandum to synchronize their electricity transmissions systems with those of Georgia and Armenia. And both are keenly aware of the larger threats to their interests. For example, the European Union and NATO are increasing their regional presence through political and economic treaties, as well as a new NATO training center in Georgia.
Iran understands its need for Russia’s powerful backing in the Middle East and wants a direct supply line for hardware and troops from the north.
Before the Ukraine crisis, Moscow used Ukrainian territory as a transit route for the resupply of Russian forces in Moldova(5). But once relations between Kiev and Moscow deteriorated in the wake of the conflict in Donbass, the land and air routes to Transnistria were closed to Russian troops. Now the Russian Defense Ministry will have to circumvent Ukraine and enter Moldova itself. If denied air transit in Moldova too, Moscow will essentially be cut off from its 1,500-strong peacekeeping force in Transnistria.
It is necessary to stay abreast of Russia’s and Iran’s activities not just in the Middle East, but elsewhere. Russia sits on the Arctic Circle where an attack on Europe would be easy. The Baltic Sea also is home to Russian military bases. A strike from either the Arctic Circle or the Baltic Sea – or both – is possible.
Russia’s long arm reaches to the United States through submarines launched from its many military bases in the Arctic Circle.
“The U.S. has no major bases north of the Arctic Circle line(6), but is practicing to go there if necessary. Late last year, a combined Army and Air Force exercise temporarily deployed Stryker combat vehicles to Deadhorse, Alaska, one of the northernmost communities in the United States. The Navy is in talks to base sub-hunting planes in Iceland, and some of the first operational Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighters will be based in Alaska. Both locations are just south of the Arctic Circle.
What would war in the Arctic look like? It would be two wars: one against the human enemy, which would often be hundreds of miles away and seldom seen, and another, constant war against the elements. Both would be trying to kill you. War would mostly be conducted by aircraft and submarine, the better to avoid actually operating on the ice.”
“Sixty percent of Russia’s submarine-based strategic nuclear forces are in the vicinity of the Kola Peninsula(7), and the Pentagon worries that a decreased Russian submarine presence along the eastern coast of the United States may imply a higher density in Arctic waters. With the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, Soviet bombers were moved from Hungary to northern bases; Russian Bear bombers, some of them capable of carrying terrain-hugging cruise missiles, still occasionally test the northern radar defenses and are challenged by either U.S. or Canadian fighters. Russia’s only remaining nuclear test site is in the Arctic, on Novaya Zemlya. Two winters ago many Russian ships steamed out of the Black Sea and joined the northern fleet. The heavily armored divisions protecting the old Soviet northern flank have not withdrawn–in contrast to the Russian troops that were in Central Europe.”
Russia, the funder and defacto King of the North with Iran, won’t just attack the geographical nations listed in Daniel. There are two bears in scripture – 2 Kings 2 – for a reason. They are the same people with a BIG territory to cover in the end of days. Russia, and likely at least some of its allies, will also attack the House of Israel in the West, namely Europe and America.
RUSSIA CEMENTS ITS HOLD ON SYRIA
President Vladimir Putin has signed a law ratifying a deal with the Syrian government allowing Russia to keep its air base in Syria for almost half a century(11), official documents show.
The original deal, signed in Damascus in January, sets out the terms under which Russia can use its Hmeymim air base in Latakia Province which it has used to carry out air strikes against forces opposing President Bashar al-Assad. The base has been at the heart of Moscow’s military foray since it intervened in the conflict in September 2015, helping turn the tide in favor of Assad, one of Russia’s closest Middle East allies.
The document says Russian forces will be deployed at the Hmeymim base for 49 years with the option of extending that arrangement for 25-year periods.
Russia’s defense minister says four battalions of Russian military police are currently deployed in safe zones in Syria.
Russia, Iran, and Turkey agreed on the plan in May to establish four “de-escalation” zones in Syria, pressing Assad’s air force to halt flights over designated areas across the war-torn country. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told Russian news agencies on Wednesday that the four battalions(13) are now operating in the safe zones. The chief of the Russian General Staff last week mentioned military police in just one zone and did not give any numbers.
NEW WORLD ORDER
From NaturalNews.com(14), “Big changes are coming to the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that so-called initial coin offerings, or ICOs, may very soon be subject to the same securities laws as other more traditional investment instruments. Depending on how a particular ICO is set up, it may be subject to securities laws for the purpose of protecting investors from being taken advantage of by shady companies that might be trying to use the platform to commit crimes.
The SEC issued a comprehensive investigative report that cautioned market participants who engage in the buying and selling of digital assets via “virtual” organizations that some of them will be subject to these new requirements. While some crowdfunding contracts will reportedly be exempt from this classification, including those that register with the SEC and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, others will face scrutiny as part of a vetting process.
Some see this latest crackdown as a possible threat to the sustainability of blockchain world, while others agree that increased regulations can help to guard the integrity of the cryptocurrency markets while simultaneously protecting investors against fraud. And while the repercussions of these changes could be a little rough in the beginning stages, advocates argue that the long-term benefits will more than outweigh these necessary growing pains.
You may be thinking: so what do these new rules mean for popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin? The regulation of ICOs helps to legitimize cryptocurrencies as eventual replacement for fiat ‘funny money’.
A couple of decades ago, a friend was involved in pushing for the Liberty Dollar as a usable currency in the U.S. The Liberty Dollar never became a legitimate currency for consumers to pay for food at grocery stores.
In the history of the U.S., when each town minted its own currency, there was monetary chaos. A necessary protocol is for a nation to have its own currency.
The globalists want to have the entire earth on one currency and they want that one currency to be a digital, cryptocurrency, a ghost currency, a virtual currency.
While the SEC’s actions imply further regulatory jurisdiction over ICOs and emerging cryptocurrency offerings created for business startup purposes, they will obviously overlap into Bitcoin territory. And this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as further regulatory oversight even in this more established market means that Bitcoin’s “Wild West” days of extreme volatility could soon be coming to an end.
Once all the kinks are worked out of the system, the plan, at least according to some, will be to grease the wheels for the Bitcoin train to evolve into a more concrete cryptocurrency format. This will mean that extreme up-and-down price volatility could become a thing of the past, ushering in more widespread acceptance of Bitcoin as a valid form of digital currency – potentially making fiat currencies like the Federal Reserve Note completely obsolete.
That is the plan. The globalists have used Bitcoin as a test to see how the markets and consumers would accept a ghost currency – a virtual currency, one that will be infinitely better to manipulate than physical money. To that end, the IMF also had something to say about virtual currency this week.
This week the International Monetary Fund shocked some economic analysts with an announcement that America was “no longer first in the world” as a major economic growth engine. This stinging assertion falls exactly in line with the narrative out of the latest G20 summit; that the U.S. is fading away leaving the door open for countries like Germany and China to join forces and fill the power void(15).
The IMF is once again perpetuating the image of a failing U.S. economy just as the push for a single global currency system to replace the dollar begins. And not only to replace the dollar, but simultaneously to replace physical currency.
Bitcoin arrived seemingly from nowhere, conjured by a magical crypto-wizard by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. That is the name of a person or group of people that no one has ever seen or heard from. The Bitcoin test has been the perfect countermeasure to a monetary world lorded over by the dollar and the Federal Reserve and Satoshi Nakamoto – whoever he, she is or they are – are now our heroes.
The advancement of cryptocurrencies into mainstream consciousness has been helped expertly by the corporate media. Bitcoin is televised everywhere.
Remember, last week I reported on Visa’s new program to push the world into a cashless economy. Visa made an important announcement about it(16):
Visa announced it is launching a major effort to encourage businesses to go cashless and that the company will award up to $500,000 to 50 eligible US-based small business food service owners who commit to joining the 100% cashless quest.
That was last week. This week, the SEC makes a move against their test model, Bitcoin, because they are ready to go to the next step: A virtual currency.
The Book of Revelation says you won’t be able to buy or sell during the Great Tribulation. That will be because no businesses will any longer accept cash. But you won’t be using debit and credit cards, either. You will be required to have a chip inside your body, under your skin, in order to make purchases or sell goods.
The globalists want everything done electronically where it is easy to manipulate. But what’s more, it will be even easier to control a hungry population. A hungry person will be more likely to take the chip.
So, this week we have these stories:
Three Square Market (32M), a Wisconsin-based modern vending company that outfits break rooms with “micro markets(17),” announced it is poised to offer employees voluntary implants, which can be used for vending in the break room, to open doors, log in to computers and operate the copy machine, among other conveniences. The company is slated to offer the microchips to its employees beginning Aug. 1.
The company expects to chip more than 50 employees by injecting rice-sized sensors underneath their skin in the space between the thumb and forefinger. Each injection takes a matter of seconds.
The tiny sensors feature RFID technology, or Radio-Frequency Identification, which uses electromagnetic fields to identify electronically stored information. The embedded chips allow employees to access technology with just a wave of a hand.
32M CEO Todd Westby said in a statement that he sees chip technology as “the next evolution in payment systems” for anything from unlocking phones and sharing business cards to storing medical information and convenient payment methods.
Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.
Virtual reality is trying to extend beyond currencies and economics. It is trying to become a reality with military application, too.
The U.S. military also announced microchipping plans this week(18). The U.S. Armed Services has been inching toward microchipping soldiers, but they have not done so yet. However, this week, plans were announced for a biological intelligence and digital intelligence merger.
The U.S. military already has plans to use $65 million that has been set aside to fund the development of a “brain chip” which would allow humans to literally be plugged into a computer. Such technology would give those courageously fighting out on the battlefield access to super-senses, and would even help with blindness, paralysis, and speech disorders.
According to DARPA officials, the goal is to create “an implantable system able to provide precision communication between the brain and the digital world.” To assist in the development of this technology, several universities and research companies have each been given multi-million dollar grants, including Brown University, Columbia University, The Seeing and Hearing Foundation, the John B. Pierce Laboratory, Paradromics Inc., and UC Berkeley.
Technology that allows us to essentially turn human beings into walking computers would be extremely beneficial to humanity – says this article – and in more ways than one. Soldiers that have a brain chip implanted inside of their head would be able to use superhuman abilities on the battlefield, thus increasing their chances of survival. Tiny machines placed inside of our bodies could be the answer to curing blindness, deafness, or speech disorders. Devices that link the brain to other parts of the human body could potentially help people walk, including some people who have never taken a step in their lives, due to permanent paralysis. The possibilities are endless.
Let’s concentrate on the goal of having superhuman soldiers. That is a scary proposition for us regular humans, but this goal of the Satanists has to do with the battles they foresee with Yeshua. In last week’s Torah Portion, we learned that when the Children of Israel battled with the Midianites not one man was lost. The tradition of this account says that the warriors simply got wounded, healed immediately and went back into the foray. Or if one was killed, he just resurrected.
It is this that Satan realizes he will be up against when Yeshua returns. It will not be possible for the global armies to defeat Yeshua unless they, too, can mimic instant healing and resurrection on the battlefield.
16 – http://cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.visa.com%2Fcashless&esheet=51587568&newsitemid=20170712005360&lan=en-US&anchor=The+Visa+Cashless+Challenge&index=1&md5=d830a6e42178242b3774fbf23ca71c88
17 – https://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2017-07-24/wisconsin-tech-company-to-implant-microchips-in-employees
No, I don’t know why WordPress is sriking through link #17. Sigh…