Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Germany Remembers And Reflects On Tomorrow: 1929 & 2009's Frightful Twins

Current Crisis Shows Uncanny Parallels to Great Depression


Is history repeating itself? The current global downturn has many parallels to the Great Depression. And if the current massive bailout packages fail, the effect on the world's economies could be similarly drastic.

The Germans have always had a penchant for looking to America to gain a glimpse into the future.

They marveled at the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. They admired the gray but affordable Commodore personal computer. And they succumbed to the spell of an Internet company with the odd name of Google.

Will the current crisis be as bad as the Great Depression?

Now the Germans are looking across the Atlantic once again, but this time they see images that remind them of their own past, images of sad-looking people standing in long lines, hoping for work.

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Holy Smoke! - All Roads Are Leading To Rome - Rabbinic Churchianity

Benedict XVI's Visit To Israel Is Turning Into A Diplomatic Nightmare

Posted By: Damian Thompson at Apr 27, 2009 at 19:25:00 [General]

At the age of 82, Pope Benedict XVI is about to be forced through a diplomatic minefield that would scare the wits out of a politician half his age. He will be in Israel and the Palestinian territories from May 11 to May 15, on a visit that the Israeli ministry is billing as a "bridge to peace".

Who will be advising the Pope in Israel?

Well, it could be. But both Jewish and Muslim ideologues are determined to stop the Pope crossing that bridge: either by smearing him as an anti-Semite or by making his visit to a Palestinian refugee camp look like a politically motivated reproach to Israel.



The Israel Ministry of Tourism has announced a new website dedicated to Pope Benedict XVI’s first Papal visit to the Holy Land due to be launched on April 15th this year.

The user-friendly mini-site will be available in seven languages and feature background information, photographs and video footage related to Christian holy sites in Israel as well as detailed information on the Pope’s itinerary and trip highlights.

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Clcik here for Israel/Catholic Pilgrimage website


VATICAN-ISRAEL Apr-28-2009 (330 words) xxxi

Vatican-Israeli Commission Reports Progress On Economic Agreement: Negotiations Include But Not Limited To, Holy Sites Properties, Access To Israeli Governance Over Church Institutions

By John Thavis
Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Vatican and Israel have reported significant progress in negotiations on an economic agreement on church fiscal and property issues.

At the same time, sources ruled out the possibility that an agreement could be reached before Pope Benedict XVI makes his Holy Land pilgrimage in mid-May.

The Vatican and Israeli members of a bilateral working commission met April 23 in Jerusalem and reported in a joint communique that "meaningful progress was achieved after receiving a report from a working group."

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The Dynamic, Decentralized, Emergent Authority

Published: April 27, 2009

In these post-cold war days, we don’t face a single concentrated threat. We face a series of decentralized, transnational threats: jihadi terrorism, a global financial crisis, global warming, energy scarcity, nuclear proliferation and, as we’re reminded today, possible health pandemics like swine flu.

These decentralized threats grow out of the widening spread and quickening pace of globalization and are magnified by it. Instant global communication and rapid international travel can sometimes lead to universal, systemic shocks. A bank meltdown or a virus will not stay isolated. They have the potential to hit nearly everywhere at once. They can wreck the key nodes of complex international systems.

So how do we deal with these situations? Do we build centralized global institutions that are strong enough to respond to transnational threats? Or do we rely on diverse and decentralized communities and nation-states?

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Monday, April 27, 2009

The Coming European Explosion: Ron Fraser Reports

Ron FraserColumnist

The Coming European Explosion

April 27, 2009 | From

Over 50 years of unifying effort within Europe is about to climax in a division of explosive force.

The Trumpet has recently commenced pointing its readers to the imminence of a grand restructuring of the European Union into its final prophesied form as the seventh resurrection of the old Holy Roman Empire.

Germany is at the very beating heart of this process.

Three phenomena in particular are rapidly moving the Germanic-empowered EU toward the greatest shakeup in its history, an upheaval of tectonic proportions: the global economic crisis; Europe’s own constitutional crisis; and the yawning spiritual vacuum that is gnawing at the very vitals of the EU, creating an overwhelming desire, in particular within Germany, for messianic deliverance.

Click here for entire Trumpet article

Thursday, April 23, 2009

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

New California Gold Rush

Recession and High Gold Prices Spark New California Gold Rush

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

COLOMA, Calif. — There's still gold in California's Sierra Nevada foothills, and a new rush is under way to find it.

Not since the Great Depression have so many hard-luck people been lured by prospecting, hoping to find their fortune tumbling down a mountain stream. The recession and high gold prices are helping to fuel the latest gold craze, especially among workers who have lost jobs.

"I guess there's always hope. At home, I don't have any right now," said Steve Biorck, a concrete finisher who headed west because construction work dried up in Tennessee. Now he spends days standing knee-deep in an icy creek coaxing gold flakes from a swirling pan of gravel.

Miners who locate an unclaimed area can pay a $170 fee to the federal government for access to the public land. Most claims are along the 120 miles of steep granite outcrops and rushing riverbeds that are part of California's Mother Lode, a narrow band of gold-rich terrain.

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Monday, April 20, 2009

The Dynamite Redhead: Global Governance Tries To Muddle U.S. Tea Parties


By: Devvy
April 13, 2009
© 2008 -

My last column, Lot's of Tea Parties - And then?, brought some emails complaining I was beating up on Glenn Beck of the FAUX (FOX) News Network because Beck is "our hero." What I did in that column is the same thing I've been doing going on twenty years: Ask questions. Who is Glenn Beck? How did he become a $50 million dollar anchor on a "conservative" network like FAUX after jumping from the liberal CNN? Why does he refuse to have guests on that would debunk some of what he's been peddling with hard facts instead of emotion?

Click here for entire News With Views article

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Judaic Skull Magick Of Babylon Meets The Kabbalistic New Age Star-People Of Today

Photo taken from the Star-People of the Netherlands


Last update - 13:34 13/04/2009

'Ancient Jews Used Skulls In Ceremonies Despite Ban'

By Ofri Ilani, Haaretz Correspondent,
israel news, skull

Newly published archaeological evidence attests to the fact that ancient Jews used human skulls in ceremonies, despite a strict Halakhic prohibition on touching human remains.

British researcher Dan Levene from the University of Southampton published findings in Biblical Archaeological Review about the human skulls, known as incantation bowls, some of which bear inscriptions in Aramaic.

The skulls were unearthed in present-day Iraq (formerly Babylonia) and are believed to have been used during the Talmudic era. At least one of them appears to be that of an anonymous woman.

"When I presented these findings in Israel, people told me, 'It is not possible that this is Jewish,'"
said Levene. "But it is certainly Jewish."

Read entire Haaretz Article here


Ceremonial Skulls Used by Ancient Jews?

April 17, 2009

Despite a specific rule within Halakhic (Jewish religious laws) forbidding contact with human remains, new archaeological evidence uncovered in Iraq supports the theory that ancient Jews used human skulls for ceremonial purposes. The skulls, which date to the Talmudic era, (ca.500-200 C.E.), are believed to have been incantation bowls, the primary purpose of which was to ward off demons and ghosts. In this case, they seem to have been used in desperate situations within the ancient Jewish community.

EXCERPT: "One of the Berlin Museum (incantation) skulls, however, bears a more extensive text. Parts of 16 lines have survived. The text mentions the son and grandson of Lilith, seven angels and Gabriel."

EXCERPT: "LILITH. In early Mesopotamian traditions, Lilith demons were thought to roam the earth, attacking birthing mothers and their infants. Later, in the medieval period, Lilith is identified as the rebellious first wife of Adam as the serpent in Michelangelo’s painting of the Temptation on the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Two of the five known Aramaic incantation skulls make reference to Lilith: A skull at the University of Pennsylvania refers to “Liliths” in the plural and a skull at the Berlin Museum mentions the son and grandsons of the demoness."

Click here for summary of Biblical Archeology Review

Click here for Levene's entire findings from Biblical Archeology Review


Shlomo Moussaieff

Based in Herzliya, Israel, Mr Shlomo Moussaieff has the world's largest private collection of Biblical antiquities and Jewish symbols. He recently acquired the rare magick incantation skulls.

Click here to see some of his collections.


Photo taken from the Netherlands "Star-People" gathers kindred interest:

Rare Magic Inscription on Human Skull

Click here for Star People article

Click here for the Star-People


"There are two kinds of necromancy: the one where the dead is raised by naming him, the other where he is invoked by means of a skull."

--The Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 65b

Thank you Michael Hoffman for your "Rabbinic Skull Magic" lead and for your scholarly work in "Judaism Discovered".


Photo taken from the Star-People

Friday, April 17, 2009

Catholic University Hides Jesus' Name While Obama Speaks

Georgetown University Hid Religious Symbols at White House Request

Georgetown University, a Catholic institution, covered up religious insignia symbolizing the name of Jesus during President Obama's address there Tuesday after the White House requested the change.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Military Defenders Of U.S. Constitution Get Apology From Global Governance Elites

Desperate Fearful Attempt By Global Governance Elitists


Constitutionalists Win!

Napolitano Apologizes for Offending Veterans After DHS Eyes Them for 'Rightwing Extremism'

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano apologized to veterans in a FOX News interview after a DHS report labeled returning troops at risk for embracing right-wing extremism.

Click here for Fox News article

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Israel As A Nation Since 1948, IS NOT A Fulfillment Of Bible Prophecy: John F Walvoord Explains


Pre-eminent Theologian

John F Walvoord

States The Case
Dry Bones Prophecy.

In today's Neo-Progressive Christianity, it is not surprising to see many believing in the prophecy sound bites of many popular "Christian" books, films and TV specials.

Especially of interest are certain perceptions of Israel.

IF, you have this book, cross reference in the index the following: "Israel", "As A Nation", "Restoration" AND THEN READ those chapters.

After reading Walvoord's evidence, you may see things from a different angle.

I agree with Walvoord.


Division Of The Dry Bones: The Restoration Of Israel pg. 185-186

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

To Hell With Gaza, Let's Go To The Holocaust Museum First

In May Pope Benedict XVI is scheduled to visit the Yad Vashem "Holocaust" museum commemorating events -- both real and imagined -- that are 65 years-old, but not Gaza, the site of the Israeli massacre that resulted in the slaughter of 1400 Palestinians three months ago, including hundreds of Palestinian children who were murdered by the pontiff's "Holocaust" hosts. The hypocrisy is breathtaking. --M. Hoffman

The Pope’s Whirlwind Tour Of The Holy Land
Reuters | April 12th, 2009
by Ari Rabinovitch

The Holy Land is scrambling in its preparations for the arrival of Pope Benedict XVI, pouring millions of dollars into infrastructure and security. It comes just nine years after his predecessor, John Paul II, made his historical visit. He will be traveling from May 8-15.
More than 1 million Christian pilgrims passed through Israel last year, and the tourism ministry is preparing for a spike in that number around the time of the pope’s visit. The pontiff will travel with heavy security, sometimes on new roads built specifically for him.

Pope Benedict will begin his trip with a few days inJordan. He is expected to give a speech at the ancient basilica on Mount Nebo that overlooks the Jordan River and Jerusalem. Mount Nebo is believed to be where the Prophet Moses died. The pope will also hold a mass at the Amman International Stadium.

Yad VashemOne of the pope’s first stops in Israel will be at the Jewish state’s memorial to victims of the Nazi Holocaust. It is particularly significant because of the controversy surrounding his decision to lift the excommunication of a bishop who denies the Holocaust. Pope Benedict later admitted the Vatican mishandled the affair. He will meet Jewish Holocaust survivors and attend a ceremony in the Hall of Remembrance, a common stop among visiting dignitaries. He will also plant a tree in a nearby forest.

Click here For Entire Michael Hoffman Article

Both Michael Hoffman and Barry Chamish are ON TARGET about this event, although viewing it from opposite angles. Just a coincidence? You decide. - Johnny

Monday, April 13, 2009

The Vatican, Germany and Global Regulation

Ron FraserColumnist

The Vatican, Germany and Global Regulation

April 13, 2009 | From

There’s something sinister about the linkage between the Vatican, certain German elites and the regulatory power that Anglo-Americans have yielded up to the EU-controlled Financial Stability Board.

We are not conspiracy theorists. We don’t believe in the rapture. Nor do we have any affiliation with any of the sects that claim knowledge of underground dealings of secret societies working to establish a new world order.

Click here for entire Trumpet article

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Manly P. Hall Is Noted Philosophical Historian Citing Astrology In "The Crash Of 1929" PBS Special

The Crash Of 1929

Manly P. Hall, Founder Philosophical Research Society verifies the roaring twenties had astrology enticing many to play Wall Street prior to the crash.

You can see the whole program here. Manly P Hall is in Chapter 3 "Wall Street Welcomes Main Street". He's in the middle of the chapter.

The whole program is great but has an eery mirror image to today.

Needless to say when we were watching it, "it freaked us out man" (insert Cheech And Chong linguistic here).

"February 1929:

Astrologer Evangeline Adams, who counts Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and J. P. Morgan among her clients, predicts the market will rise in the coming months."

The Eddie Murphy's And Dan Ackroyd's Are Waking Up...Hint Hint Community Currencies Are Rising

In Detroit, three downtown businesses have created a local currency, or scrip, to keep dollars earned locally in the community.

Communities print their own currency to keep cash flowing

A small but growing number of cash-strapped communities are printing their own money.

Borrowing from a Depression-era idea, they are aiming to help consumers make ends meet and support struggling local businesses.

The systems generally work like this: Businesses and individuals form a network to print currency. Shoppers buy it at a discount — say, 95 cents for $1 value — and spend the full value at stores that accept the currency.

I really am encouraging my readers to heed the advice from Catherine Austin Fitts' Solari Blog

She is the real deal maaaaan!

She was in it and resisted it and now she is giving priceless advice to survive it.

She has a great yearly report that you can be apart of.

She's awesome! - Johnny

P.S. "Trading Places" is a classic movie in my opinion.

The International






In The International, a gripping thriller, Interpol Agent Louis Salinger (Clive Owen) and Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Eleanor Whitman (Naomi Watts) are determined to bring to justice one of the world's most powerful banks. Uncovering myriad and reprehensible illegal activities, Salinger and Whitman follow the money from Berlin to Milan to New York to Istanbul. Finding themselves in a high-stakes chase across the globe, their relentless tenacity puts their own lives at risk as their targets will stop at nothing — even murder — to continue financing terror and war. Directed by Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) from an original screenplay written by Eric Warren Singer, The International was shot on location in Germany and throughout Europe.


Directed by
Tom Tykwer

Written by
Eric Warren Singer

Produced by
Charles Roven
Richard Suckle
Lloyd Phillips

Executive Producers
Alan G. Glazer
Ryan Kavanaugh

Clive Owen
Naomi Watts
Armin Mueller-Stahl
Brian F. O'Byrne

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Let Us Not Go Back To The Egg: The Mystic Egg Of Babylon's Venus Ishtar

Easter Sunday or Ishtar Sunday? You decide - Johnny

What’s So Sacred About Easter?

April 6, 2009 | From

Plain truths about what many Christians consider the holiest day of the year
By Mark Jenkins and Carl Hilliker

Every year, millions of Christians observe Easter to memorialize the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Easter service—considered the most sacred observance of the year—focuses the Christian community on the miracle of His resurrection much like Christmas focuses it on His birth.

But on a day that is considered so sacred, people worship with bunny rabbits, hot cross buns and colored eggs. What do these things have to do with worshiping Jesus Christ or commemorating His resurrection?

Moreover, why didn’t anyone observe Easter in the Bible? Why didn’t Jesus Christ leave instructions regarding its observance? If you keep Easter, do you understand why you do?

Click here for this insightful article from The Trumpet

Monday, April 6, 2009

Boo!: Zombie Banks Will Suck The Life Out Of You Soros Prophesies

U.S. Banking System is "Basically Insolvent".

Soros says U.S. faces "lasting slowdown"

Mon Apr 6, 2009 4:55pm EDT

By Jennifer Ablan and Dan Burns

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. economy is in for a "lasting slowdown" and could face a Japan-style period of relatively low growth coupled with high inflation, billionaire investor George Soros said on Monday.

Soros, speaking to Reuters Financial Television, also warned that rescuing U.S. banks could turn them into "zombies" that draw the lifeblood of the economy, prolonging the economic slowdown.

"I don't expect the U.S. economy to recover in the third or fourth quarter so I think we are in for a pretty lasting slowdown," Soros said, adding that in 2010 there might be "something" in terms of U.S. growth.

For entire Reuters article click here.





"There's money to be made when there's blood in the streets"

G-20, NATO, the EU—and Prophetic Reality!

Ron FraserColumnist

G-20, NATO, the EU—and Prophetic Reality!

April 6, 2009 | From

The three summits that presented the Obama administration with its first exposure to the big-time arena of international relations have tested its mettle and found it wanting.

Ostriches really don’t bury their heads in the sand. However, the age-old adage that willful ignorance is like an ostrich with its head in the sand prevails. In fact, it fits the current scenario of the new American administration struggling to find its feet in three forums in which it was patently outgunned, outmaneuvered and outshone by the hard-bitten Franco-German team.

Click here for entire Trumpet article

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Blame The Bonuses? You're Missing It Completely The Financial Holocaust Is Upon Us

The riots that are now evolving upon NATO's 60th should be noted.

America waits in its indulgences.

- Johnny