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Old 10-07-2011, 04:01 PM
 
Location: toledo
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chapter 9: darkest of days
As we seek redemption from our earthly pain & suffering we also seek the means to move on in the world. Some prophecies are being unfolded before our very eyes. From the beginning of the turn of the 21'st century their has been what some call a "trade war." America deems to try their best to become copperative in our modern world. China has exceeded us by stealing america's jobs as well as money.

The economy is terrible and some cities in america are in desperate poverty and in need. Over the past eight years natural disasters have increased all over america 79%. From increased amounts of hurricanes and earthquakes. Many of us have become scared and become in need of desperate help. We seek that in our times we need more hope yet as population keeps increasing the goverment has become silent among this issue.

Many years ago in the 1930's population to 1939's population in america was 123, 128, 000 in 48 states yet today that amount has doubled to 312,376,357 increasing much more yet third world countries have practically have over amounted us entirely leaving some to starve, kill, or being abandoned by their own people. I see a wierd yet dark concept that derived from the dark ages. Here is a quote from Henry St.Clair:

as humanity begins to multiply at a fast rate I see terrible things that come out of it. Nothing good nor bad but I see the worst of things to come so don't let it be as if unknown. If you give a man a sword don't send him to battle without a cause for the populous shall outnumber him ,yet he shall take many with him as well as kill at first glance. Even though he kills one he will still save a thousand of his people for his people will not die of starvation.......let this be heard!

chapter 10: do we take everything for granted?

Henry St.clair was one of the people who built many of the cathedrals who the knights templar reside in. He stated his downfall would be quite gruesome if he where to starve. He knew that resources is the most important things for humans. Today we take our resources for granted and we use and abuse it with open arms and we never think of what would we do without it.

Everytime we watch the news we see how many coutries are cutting down trees. China in fact is running out of wood for making chopsticks this might sound funny but it is really true. As we look in depth at how we abuse our resources we also put ourselves in danger of this. As population growth consumes us we also see more jobs being lost. Even if the economy is good at least 27% of the population should be in poverty.

As we look at these staggering numbers our ancestors fought for their resources and even it might have lead to their downfall. Now ask yourselves what is the worlds most precious resource? Is it gold? gold is a great conducter of electricity and is used in many of our electronic devices. Is it water? Many ancient civilizations always had their cities by water even some cities had advanced knowledge of water. Mohenjo-daro mount of the dead actually had what some call primitive toilets which what some call a very strange city to have toilets in the near east of modern day pakistan.

As we look future wise we see many other strange things in prophecy including the almighty power of the cell phone in which we can communicate with all parts of the world in a second glance. Actually we where once seperated by miles of oceans and now out of thin air we can communicate with all the entire world at the press of a button. Is this considered prophecy? Well in a way yes! In fact many civilzation where traders themselves the vikings in fact their goal wasn't just the slave trade but they also traded gold, jewels, relics, and even ancient wisdom.

Also many civilizations even became jealous of one nations success of trade with the other. One example was the Jewish merchents in which the Jews where great traders and they had aquired great amounts of wealth and when other nations saw that wealth they felt as if well....Lets conquer their wealth and take it for our own! So all throughout history nations have been jealous of this wealth and wanted to exterminate the Jews but all where unsucessfull. Many nations including the islamic nations have actually tried to stop israel because they think their aquireing of their land would make them in fact wealthy. It is if one has the land they control the world! here is the quote from Lewis & clark and the louisiana purchase:

As I looked across all the new world I know the need and want for land. Let this place be ours for the taking for wars where fought for land ,land not for its people. Wars where fought not help the citizens but to help bring forth a new superpower......we claim this as our new empire.

Lewis & clark expedition

This is only the beginning!
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