Monday, March 16, 2009

Will Vatican City State Endorse Jerusalem City State For World Peace? You bet!

As many writers, such as myself, have been investigating and forewarning about the issue to propel the Old City Of Jerusalem beyond the status of a new Global-City State, it is also becoming clearer to many others. Ron Fraser is hitting the target. The question is will the mysterious third party be the visible Vatican, The European Union, The United Nations or will it be an invisible force. For your investigation, here's a clue. Go behind the Hermetic maxim "As above, so below". This carries much merit in this issue. - Johnny

Ron Fraser

Vatican’s Hidden Jerusalem Agenda

March 16, 2009 | From

Why is Pope Benedict visiting Israel, and why right now?

This magazine has been watching Joseph Ratzinger for a long time. As we have watched, we have followed his course from chief confidante of the late Pope John Paul ii to his enthronement as pope and then on throughout the past four years of his controversial papacy.

As we have watched this leading religious figure, we have monitored his involvement in a clandestine project of the Vatican that was documented in Bible prophecy almost 2,000 years ago and which remained a mystery until fully exposed within the last two decades.

Now, as Benedict xvi prepares for his upcoming visit to Israel, the Palestinian territories and Jordan this May—a tour incorporating his first visit to Israel since being elected pope—it is crucial that the Vatican agenda for the city of Jerusalem be publicized.

Read entire article at The Trumpet

1 comment:

johnny said...

Will Rick Warren Christianity endorse Vatican City State endorsement of Jerusalem City State?

You bet!

Will many follow suit? Yes!

This is a Hitchcockian thriller of Biblical proportions.


Here are some familiar and not so familiar themes:

* The cool platinum blonde (often a central figure of Hitchcock's films).
* The presence of a domineering mother in her son's life (e.g. Psycho).
* An innocent man accused (again used in many of Hitchcock's films).
* Restricting the action to a single setting to increase tension (e.g. Lifeboat, Rear Window, Rope ).
* Characters who switch sides or who cannot be trusted.
* Tension building through suspense to the point where the audience enjoys seeing the character in a life-threatening situation, such as the windmill scene from Foreign Correspondent.
* Characters generally get out of sticky situations by using their wits, rather than just shooting the place up.
* Average people thrust into strange or dangerous situations, such as in North by Northwest or The Man Who Knew Too Much.
* Bumbling or incompetent authority figures, particularly police officers.
* Use of darkness to symbolise impending doom (dark clothing, shadows, smoke, etc)
* Strong visual use of famous landmarks (Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, Forth Rail Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, Albert Hall, British Museum, Piccadilly Circus, etc)
* Mistaken identity, such as in North by Northwest and The Wrong Man.
* The use of a staircase as a motif for impending danger or suspense.
* Undertones of or characters implied as being homosexual, such as Mrs. Danvers in Rebecca, Bruno Anthony in Strangers on a Train or the murderers in Rope.
* Use of a macguffin or plot device that remains unexplained, such as the microfilm in North by Northwest.