Monday, January 14, 2019

An Examination Of Biblical Duality And Its Relevance To The End Of The Age Part 2 Continued

I can think of no place currently that exemplifies this duality more than the United States (US).  Anyone who has read my articles on this site knows that I consider the US to be a type of symbolic Babylon as well as Egypt.  It seemingly inherited the sceptor of these two nations from spiritual standpoint in terms of the magic and sorcery it wields. What do I mean by this?  When one looks at the US from the outside, he may think this place is a hub of rationality and logic which has allowed them to achieve the technological advances and lifestyle many of its citizen enjoy.  Some of that may be true, but when you look deeper or just be observant of societal changes you understand that technology is just a vehicle for the wizards/sorcerers and witches to do their magic. 

What is their main medium for shaping society in the way they want it to go?  It is of course television via all types of programs and movies and these days even the internet.  They are experts at manufacturing non-existent realities and causing societal havoc and mayhem.  For instance, the homosexuality issue.  There was a time when homosexuality was not an issue in  the US.  I don’t mean there were not individuals who practiced homosexuality because nothing is new under the sun.   I just mean there was not some overwhelming persecution of homosexuals such as folks stoning them to death in streets or what not.  I would hazard to say, there weren’t many homosexuals as a percentage of the population to begin with.

 Since the wizards of Babylon needed to steer society away from biblical morality, they concocted the fantasy of homosexual oppression so that they were comparing it to the status of Black Americans with regards to the civil rights movement.  But again when you walk outside your house and live everyday life none of that is going on.  It was only happening on news shows as topics of discussion and later in Hollywood the primary distributor of Babylon’s magical influence and then they target their favorite group of people school children.  The next thing you know as an average individual trying to make a living and get your children an education, they are being exposed to homosexual issues before they can barely tie their shoes so that now you have them being proselytized into the notion of homosexual oppression so that once they grow up they are now ready to approve via law the redefining of the traditional meaning of marriage and woe to anyone who disagrees.

Their latest magical project and the steering of society in the image of the wicked one is transgenders, what use to be called drag queens for men-that is men who dress up like women or these days that is not enough it is men, boys, girls and women who may think they are another gender being given the stamp of validation on thought alone.  Once again, the wizards of Babylon manufactured an oppression or discrimination of transgender people.  How did they do it? They did it with bathrooms ladies and gentlemen. Yes, it became an issue around 2015 as to whether transgender men can use women’s restrooms in public facilities.

 Immediately, law makers were scrambling to pass laws against this notion which caused a non-issue to receive media attention in which the media as part of the coven of sorcerers who really run the US are obliged to frame the issue as one of discrimination and oppression of a minority group.  Then the sorcerers who run the school systems immediately put into place policies making sure Little Johnny can use the girl’s restroom if he feels like he is a girl instead of a boy.  Oh, as a teacher you come to work one day and you can’t call a girl by the pronoun her if she thinks she’s a boy or you will be fired when the day before it was okay.  Next Hollywood sends out its top witches/sorcerer celebrities or patsies such as Bruce Jenner who now goes by Caitlin Jenner and Celine Dion with her line of gender confusion clothing to make sure they validate the cause and of course television programs and movies featuring transgender males.

 For whatever reason, it always Black men who end of being the face of these movements.  It’s not Asian men (Chinese or Indian) or Hispanic men of mestizo/ native heritage.  Nope it is always Black people some way or how.  It like we are always starved for attention and don’t care how we get it. Judah is always made to look especially unworthy of their calling.  I really wish Black people would disappear from Hollywood.  They always manage to just look like an asinine tool for whatever is the current agenda.  Once again as with the homosexual issue, they must pass laws protecting and validating transgender confusion with corporations ready to fall in line with the agenda like well manipulated puppets.  But when you go outside and live everyday life like going to a restaurant, you don’t see any of what the magical wizards of Babylon is saying is a reality a reality.  I do not see adult men of any number ever trying to use the women’s restroom or vice versa.  But again the objective is really the children because you always need recruits for the agenda of the wicked one.  I believe this picture illustrates it quite well:
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So, just as in the movie the Wiz which featured an all Black cast, you had a television camera located around the people of Oz who at the wizard’s command they changed the color of their clothing to whatever he wanted at the drop of a hat, you have society who at the wizards of the US command change to whatever they want via the visual media of television and movies.  I think that was another theme in the readapted Wiz.

The other  foundational and main spiritual character of the US is that of Christianity which for all intended purposes has represented the kingdom of heaven and the main source of light in the country. It has of course constantly been mocked, harassed and denigrated by the weeds of the wicked one, but because mainstream Anglo-Saxon Christian evangelicals has considered the country a Christian one, it generally fails to see the true operating forces of the sorcerer weeds who with top notch Egyptian like magic make those things which are not as though they were, who make non-realities into reality and thus govern in the opposite of the biblical foundations of law and instead in accordance with the perverted perception of law of the wicked one.  I will continue this examination into duality in the next possible two articles.  

To God always

 The Glory




An Examination Of Biblical Duality And Its Relevance To The End Of The Age Part 2

In my last articles that I posted in the beginning of 2018,  I suggested that one of the reasons standard Christianity does not recognize who the Biblical Israelites are is because of its emphasis on a kind of sugary aspect of God’s character post the  death and resurrection of Yeshua (Jesus).  It is a kind of emphasis which served to disconnect true Israel and Judah from its historical tendency to be expulsed from its homeland and taken into exile by the nations and be most notably positioned in the Egypt/Babylon of its day.  Such an emphasis has made it difficult for Christian evangelist such as Jesses Duplantis to connect the dots as to why the negro in America had endured the tragic events of slavery and the Jim Crow era and still was able to sing of God’s amazing grace.  What he never addressed like many others was why the negro in the divine scheme of things was enslaved and subsequently oppressed, scorned and generally disliked in the first place. 

At this point I begin to think about the concept of Biblical Duality as a way to explain why this disconnect in Christendom and the awakened of Judah exist.  To begin this exploration a working definition of duality is helpful.  Duality is defined as having a double character or nature; the division of something conceptually into two opposed or contrasted aspects. For example, from a physical standpoint the world everyday experiences light when the sun comes up and darkness when the sun goes down.  But seldom are these two phenomenon occurring at the same time unless there is an eclipse.  From a biblical perspective, I’m going to look at several accounts beginning with 1Kings: 16:31-33. 
Most people with even nominal experience with the bible know about the story of Elijah and king Ahab or more specifically his showdown with Jezebel king Ahab’s wife.  I have written about it myself on this site. It is funny that because of this showdown  ministers like to do sermons on Jezebel, but neglect Ahab without whom there would be no Jezebel as verse 31states, “And it came to pass as though it had been a trivial thing for him to walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat that he took as wife Jezebel the daughter of Ethbaal, king of the Sidonians; and he went and served Baal and worshiped him. “Then he set up an altar for Baal in the temple of Baal which he had built in Samaria.” (vs. 32). “And Ahab made a wooden image. Ahab did more to provoke the Lord God of Israel to anger than all the kings of Israel who were before him. (vs.33).

When Elijah arrives at Ahab’s abode he challenges a fundamental power of Ahab’s god Baal. He challenges him as the god of thunderstorms by declaring the lack of dew or rain except at his word. (Vs 17) .  Ah, thunderstorms. I certainly know something about that. I think some out there has tried appealing to this Baal.  Once Elijah has made this declaration he must deal with its consequences  as well and is sent by God to Zarephath which belonged to Sidon. (vs.9).  It is here where we witness a duality.  Why would God send Elijah to very place which is the source of Ahab’s and subsequently Israel’s sin.  The widow is a Sidonian like Jezebel.  From the Israelite perspective she is a pagan heathen by nationality and one would think a worshiper of Baal as well.  Apparently, she is not a worshiper of Baal so that she provides a contrast of light to Jezebel’s darkness.  Here God demonstrates that place of birth and nationality does not determine your eternal destination. 
This widow who lived in the heart of darkness and idol worship was found faithful enough of God to entrust with the care of his prophet.  She also served as a contrast to Ahab whose birth and nationality did nothing to secure his eternal life as he made the conscious decision to marry darkness and serve it.  Therefore, we find co-existing in Sidon representatives of the kingdom of darkness or Satan and a representative of the kingdom of light or God.  I am willing to believe that the widow of Zarephath was not the only such individual in Sidon.  Additionally, what should be noted about this dual character or nature in Sidon is that the Dark nature ruled in terms of governance.  Also, just to note when God sent Elijah to the widow of Sidon, he basically hid him in plain sight because he knew Ahab would be looking for him, but would not expect him to be in the heart of Baal worship itself.

We find in the book of Daniel another instance of duality when the kingdom of Judah is exiled to the original Babylon and their presence as a priesthood nation, although a defunct one, becomes the representatives of light through Daniel and the other Hebrew young men in once again a kingdom of darkness governed religiously by wise men, sorcerers, magicians and a crazy despotic king Nebuchadnezzar.  Jesus as well illustrates this duality in the parable of the wheat and tares in Matthew 13:24-30, where is likens the kingdom of heaven to a man who sowed good seed in his field only to have his enemy come and sow tares or weeds amongst his wheat. 

His servants once the wheat and tares have grown up together asked should they gather up the tares, but the man tells them “no," lest they uproot the wheat as well. Instead, he desired they should grow together until the time of the harvest and then he would have his reapers gather the tares in bundles but the wheat would be put in his barn. He later explains the parable in verse 37-43. To summarize the parable,  the field is the world, the good seed are the sons of the kingdom and the tares are the sons of the wicked one sowed by his enemy the devil.  The harvest is the end of the age where his angels will gather those things that offend and those who practice lawlessness and cast them into the furnace of fire and the righteous shine like the sun in the kingdom of their Father.

Whereas in the previous examples we see duality on a smaller scale with Israel and some other nation, with the wheat and tares example we see that Jesus has expanded the concept to the larger scale of the world so that once again co-existing at the same time and in opposition to each other are the sons of light or the kingdom of heaven and sons of darkness or the wicked one. This double character or nature of the world will remain a reality as long as we are in this age but without a doubt it is the dark character which is steadily eroding the light and which progressively no longer hides in plain sight.  Part two continues in the next article.

Friday, January 11, 2019

An Examination Of Biblical Duality And Its Relevance To The End Of The Age Part 1

Greetings to all whom may come across this site and dare to read the articles as well to the friendly inhabitants of the world not seen in heavenly places.  My last writings were in 2018 and what a most intriguing and volatile year it was within the earth in terms of weather and other cataclysm, racial incidents and of course politics.  In the next series of articles I am going to be addressing Biblical Duality and its relationship to the end of the age.  I will be touching upon certain issues relating to Black Americans that have been in the news recently and tying them into my thesis.  Also, I will touch briefly upon the book of Revelation. Let us begin.

When The Ancestors Call: When Being Pinned Down Prevents You From Moving Forward

Last year in October I attended the play When The Ancestors Call by Dr. Elisabeth Brown Guillory esteemed and renown playwright in academia.  It centered around the main character Caroline who is a young Black American single doctor specializing in cancer treatment but who was herself a psychiatric patient due to issues stemming from her childhood.  After the play was over, I later thought about how it not only addressed issues which affected Black Americans historically but currently as well.  The primary theme of the play was one of being pinned down.  Caroline could not move on with her personal life until she got down to the root of what was pinning her down.  At this point it is helpful to give a short synopsis of the play. 

Caroline is struggling in her life where she is fearful and restless and so she seeks the help of a therapist who hypnotizes her in order for her to go back in her past and find out what is terrorizing her, but each time she would get so emotionally worked up he would bring her out of the hypnosis.  In the midst of all this she is still mourning the death of her grandmother Granny V and is in conflict with her sister Jackie over the care of her grandfather Pop.  It should be noted here that Caroline is played by a brown skin actress whereas Jackie is extremely light skin with long hair.  
One day when Caroline is talking to Pop, he talks about seeing Granny V in his dreams and he makes a confession to Caroline that he didn’t do right by her.  He explains that one day in what was the Jim Crow South maybe Louisiana, he came upon Granny V being sexually assaulted or pinned down by a white man but he couldn’t do anything.  He was basically frozen in fear and having flashbacks of slave ships.  He tried to run or move but he wasn’t going anywhere. He was pinned in place.  All these years he felt guilty for his cowardice but once he told Caroline he no longer felt pinned down. 

Caroline and Jackie’s parents were unstable in their youth so that they somehow ended up being partially raised by granny V and Pop.  It is revealed through Caroline’s hypnosis that their father was extremely abusive and their mother either abandoned them or passed away.  Also, we learn that Jackie is an alcoholic just like their father. It would appear they all had been having dreams or visions of granny V as the character lurked in the background.  Granny V served as the ancestor urging them to face issues that were keeping them pinned down.  Caroline finally has a breakthrough in her hypnosis as Dr. Bill urges her to look under the covers as child and when she does she remembers everything and confronts her sister Jackie. 
The audience finds out that when they (Caroline and Jackie) were children their father would leave them with an uncle who would molest Jackie who is the oldest and Jackie had in turn molested Caroline.  This made Caroline feel dirty and subsequently affected her relationship with men.  Jackie was in denial at first because she had blocked out what had happened to her, but then remembers and confesses to her part.  She also agrees to seek help and get treatment for her alcoholism so that she is no longer pinned down. 
Once the root cause of Caroline’s fear and emotional trauma is faced she is no longer pinned down and can finally move on with her life. The other sub theme in the play was that of colorism and its relation to beauty.  Brown-Guillory highlighted a duality in the Black Community through granny V when Granny V is seen praising photos of children with White/Caucasian features even though she was assaulted by a white man; however, she loved and favored Caroline because she is smart.  Brown-Guillory is certainly in tune with the psychological issues that afflicted some in the Black community both historically and still to this day.  Recently, there have been incidents in the news involving Black women and girls that have generated buzz about their worthiness and value in the Black community when they are attacked and even killed. 

It would appear the darker your skin the less protection and care anyone shows toward you but particularly in the Black community itself.  It seems we thoroughly subscribe to the skin tone racial hierarchy and caste system of not just America but the world at large which is why Black people especially men crowing about White racism is difficult to take seriously. The North Sentinel Islanders we are not.  The other issue which is highlighted in the play is that of sexual abuse.  Brown-Guillory spotlights the vulnerability of Black women and girls to sexual abuse not only to outside forces represented in granny V’s assault but also to that in one’s own family and community as experienced by Caroline. 
For a modern day illustration one can look to some of the female reaction to Surving R Kelly, which I did not watch, but had heard about from back in the day to see that from their own personal experience as well as that demonstrated by the women with allegations against R Kelly that Black women and girls especially if they are of dark skin tone are not taken seriously or dismissed first by their families and secondly by society at large when it comes to being victims of legitimate sexual assault.

There are many issues which keep the Black Community pinned down, but a lot of it has to do with not focusing in on root causes and sticking to surface examinations and easy deflections to concepts such as White Supremacy.  It is this same surface examination and easy deflection  within those who are newly awakened to their Israelite identity which prevents them from understanding what is needed to fulfill the time of the gentiles. 
The whole Black diaspora have in various ways been pinned down, but just as Pop was afraid to confront his fear and Caroline her fear we have been afraid to look under the covers and accurately understand  what has been the reason for our ordeal including the most damaging of all being the loss of identity.  I will answer the ancestors call and in the next articles attempt to pull back the covers through the concept of  Biblical duality.

To God always,

The Glory