September 23, 2023: Daniel's 1290 days and the beast system timeline

Carl

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That's likely fake.

"The following is a letter, that speculation claimed that Albert Pike wrote to Giuseppe Mazzini in 1871"

"This war must be brought about so that Nazism is destroyed"

The term nazi was born in the 1930s.
I've thought about that. I obviously can't say either way, but I read a book by a Canadian Naval Officer who transcribed the letter after the 1st world war, who claims it's true. I can't remember his name right now, but when I do I'll let you know. He was a devout Christian (Trinitarian) who wrote another book documenting the Illuminati. He went into great detail about how the Illuminati was behind the French Revolution, the Russia Revolution and Spanish Civil War. He claims the Pike letter was in the British National Library. These days it's nearly impossible to tell what's truth or fiction, but the letter did describe in great detail what's happening today. There's a reason the Left and RINOs seem to be backing Antifa, BLM and all groups who push anarchy. I believe they're using the useful idiots who join these groups as future cannon fodder in order to bring in their version of the NWO. There seems to be a Zionist, Imperial NWO plan vs. a "Democratic," Atheist plan. As for the use of the term "Nazi," that could be predictive programming or something that was added later?
 

kirmmy

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I've thought about that. I obviously can't say either way, but I read a book by a Canadian Naval Officer who transcribed the letter after the 1st world war, who claims it's true. I can't remember his name right now, but when I do I'll let you know. He was a devout Christian (Trinitarian) who wrote another book documenting the Illuminati. He went into great detail about how the Illuminati was behind the French Revolution, the Russia Revolution and Spanish Civil War. He claims the Pike letter was in the British National Library. These days it's nearly impossible to tell what's truth or fiction, but the letter did describe in great detail what's happening today. There's a reason the Left and RINOs seem to be backing Antifa, BLM and all groups who push anarchy. I believe they're using the useful idiots who join these groups as future cannon fodder in order to bring in their version of the NWO. There seems to be a Zionist, Imperial NWO plan vs. a "Democratic," Atheist plan. As for the use of the term "Nazi," that could be predictive programming or something that was added later?
It's possible it was edited for clarity. He may have described naziism but someone just popped that term nazi in for brevity when copying it. It's been done before, even with the Bible. Not unlike Lucifer appearing in the KJ version of the Bible. It proved to be a bit of a mistranslation.

One would have to find the original letter to see if it's been modified. If the term nazi appears in the original, then it's still possibly genuine, but it would prove that the mason was helped by his demon pals.

I was talking to my Brother last night and he mentioned something that facinates him. It's that in the new system, we'll no doubt be given history lessons by the resurrected that were actually there AND in the know. We'll learn stuff that will be incredibly eye-opening.
 

LuisMerino9412

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Although I know there are many good people and there are wicked people as well but if you’re saying most of the good people must disappear what about the “great crowd“ that comes out of the great tribulation? They are no doubt a great crowd of good people who won’t disappear….
I did not mean those who will be part of the great crowd. That's obvious. They will never disappear. I meant those outside all of that and may be part of the Great crowd in the future. People who have a good heart who can be saved. When Jesus comes, he will make a separation and by that time, the difference between good people and the wicked ones will be absolutely clear. There will be no doubt. Currently, there are still good people outside of all that. Do you understand what I'm trying to say? People who have a good heart and do not harm others that can be saved but are not in the righteous path yet.

This part of this watchtower's article explains what I tried to say in some way. :) ;)

"A Measure of Error to Be Filled

Studying God’s past dealings with mankind, we note that he often withheld his judgment until all hope of improvement was gone. In connection with God’s judgment upon the Canaanites, for instance, he pointed out their sins to Abraham long in advance. But the time for the execution of his judgment was not then due. Why not? The Bible says: “Because the error of the Amorites [Canaanites] has not yet come to completion,” or as the Knox version puts it: “The wickedness of the Amorrhites [had] not reached its full term.”—Genesis 15:16.*

About 400 years later, however, God’s judgment came, and Abraham’s descendants, the Israelites, took over the land. A few of the Canaanites, like Rahab and the Gibeonites, were saved because of their attitude and actions, but for the most part, they had reached an extreme level of uncleanness, as is revealed by modern archaeological excavations. They practiced phallic worship, temple prostitution, and child sacrifice. Halley’s Bible Handbook states: “Archaeologists who dig in the ruins of Canaanite cities wonder that God did not destroy them sooner than he did.” In the end, the Canaanites’ ‘measure of sin was full’; their wickedness had “reached its full term.” No one could rightfully accuse God of being unjust when he let the land be cleansed while sparing those who had shown a right attitude.

We find a similar picture in Noah’s day. Despite the fact that people before the Flood were wicked, God mercifully decided that their time would continue another 120 years. During part of that time, Noah served as “a preacher of righteousness.” (2 Peter 2:5) As time passed, their wickedness apparently ripened. “God saw the earth and, look! it was ruined, because all flesh had ruined its way on the earth.” (Genesis 6:3, 12) Their ‘measure of sin was full’; the passing of time had brought their wrong inclinations to full bloom. When God acted he was fully justified. Only eight persons proved righteous in God’s eyes, and he saved them.

The same pattern is seen in God’s treatment of Israel. Despite their having behaved in an unfaithful and depraved way, God had patience with them for hundreds of years. The record says: “Jehovah . . . kept sending . . . his messengers, sending again and again, because he felt compassion for his people . . . But they were continually . . . despising his words and mocking at his prophets, until the rage of Jehovah came up against his people, until there was no healing.” (2 Chronicles 36:15, 16) The people had reached a point where improvement was no longer possible. Only Jeremiah and a few others could be saved. God could not be called unjust when he finally brought judgment upon the rest."

 
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surfergirl

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I am just a simple minded surfer who bought into "This Generation" back in 1974 and became a JW that year so that I could survive the Big A and surf in paradise forever.
That's me too. Simple minded,
I suppose, due to a number of things - age, just recovering from being under 'mind control' , and then going into 'future shock' . LOL
I was baptized in '75, - still longing for my little beach hut, 🌴🌴🌴and hand-made surfboard!.
I read a lot of comments that lose me part way through, but I just enjoy the freedom of speech and thought here, after years of gestopo like censorship. I'm so grateful to express my true feelings from time to time. You, Driven, and all the others here help me to continue the process of recovery.😊🌴🌴🌴🌴😊
 

Paz

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I did not mean those who will be part of the great crowd. That's obvious. They will never disappear. I meant those outside all of that and may be part of the Great crowd in the future. People who have a good heart who can be saved. When Jesus comes, he will make a separation and by that time, the difference between good people and the wicked ones will be absolutely clear. There will be no doubt. Currently, there are still good people outside of all that. Do you understand what I'm trying to say? People who have a good heart and do not harm others that can be saved but are not in the righteous path yet.

This part of this watchtower's article explains what I tried to say in some way. :) ;)

"A Measure of Error to Be Filled

Studying God’s past dealings with mankind, we note that he often withheld his judgment until all hope of improvement was gone. In connection with God’s judgment upon the Canaanites, for instance, he pointed out their sins to Abraham long in advance. But the time for the execution of his judgment was not then due. Why not? The Bible says: “Because the error of the Amorites [Canaanites] has not yet come to completion,” or as the Knox version puts it: “The wickedness of the Amorrhites [had] not reached its full term.”—Genesis 15:16.*

About 400 years later, however, God’s judgment came, and Abraham’s descendants, the Israelites, took over the land. A few of the Canaanites, like Rahab and the Gibeonites, were saved because of their attitude and actions, but for the most part, they had reached an extreme level of uncleanness, as is revealed by modern archaeological excavations. They practiced phallic worship, temple prostitution, and child sacrifice. Halley’s Bible Handbook states: “Archaeologists who dig in the ruins of Canaanite cities wonder that God did not destroy them sooner than he did.” In the end, the Canaanites’ ‘measure of sin was full’; their wickedness had “reached its full term.” No one could rightfully accuse God of being unjust when he let the land be cleansed while sparing those who had shown a right attitude.

We find a similar picture in Noah’s day. Despite the fact that people before the Flood were wicked, God mercifully decided that their time would continue another 120 years. During part of that time, Noah served as “a preacher of righteousness.” (2 Peter 2:5) As time passed, their wickedness apparently ripened. “God saw the earth and, look! it was ruined, because all flesh had ruined its way on the earth.” (Genesis 6:3, 12) Their ‘measure of sin was full’; the passing of time had brought their wrong inclinations to full bloom. When God acted he was fully justified. Only eight persons proved righteous in God’s eyes, and he saved them.

The same pattern is seen in God’s treatment of Israel. Despite their having behaved in an unfaithful and depraved way, God had patience with them for hundreds of years. The record says: “Jehovah . . . kept sending . . . his messengers, sending again and again, because he felt compassion for his people . . . But they were continually . . . despising his words and mocking at his prophets, until the rage of Jehovah came up against his people, until there was no healing.” (2 Chronicles 36:15, 16) The people had reached a point where improvement was no longer possible. Only Jeremiah and a few others could be saved. God could not be called unjust when he finally brought judgment upon the rest."

Hi Luis, your comments good yes Jehovahs patience and 120yrs and nobody joined noah in the ark on flood day. how sad. In the good news bible version for Rev7:9 the phrase 'great crowd' is 'enormous crowd' I look to the example of Jonah who was the most successful preacher of all time. 120000 including the king and all the rulers were saved. None were lost of course grumpy jonah wanted to see fire come down and all these people he viewed as evil killed. But Jehovah had a different view. so destruction is not inevitable. He if whole groups choose on a 'whim' not to get the number of the beast will be saved as were 'the vast mixed company ' joined the Israelites when they fled through the red sea. The 'other sheep' from the watchtower and others who stand for Jehovah as supporters are pictured as the earthly Israelites. The 'vast mixed company ' are a surprisingly group who just go with them qualifying for survival as those in Ninivah. Its important were keep on preaching even though Jws are not . David 1982 explains why. regards Paz 🍰
 

Paz

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Excuse me while I knock the sand out from between my toes and other areas of my anatomy LOL. I am just a simple minded surfer who bought into "This Generation" back in 1974 and became a JW that year so that I could survive the Big A and surf in paradise forever. To think that 48 years later (my baptism anniversary was just the other day May 5) I would be reading material written by my spiritual brothers and sisters that would be so deep, so profound that I have a difficult time keeping up and following along. I am only writing this to compliment each of you guys and gals for your amazing insights and thirst for truth and justice. As for me and my household, we will continue to serve God and wait patiently for the day that true spiritual and physical paradise prevails. Until then my dear brothers and sisters, carry on please!!
Hi we off to Newquay uk soon but I can’t surf just a bit of body boarding waves are good though . P.
 

Medi-tator

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Lol- i shall borrow that ^^^^ later.
You can have it Kim. I stole it so it really isn't mine anyway. It is a great and classic line from Bruce Brown's "Endless Summer" (the original version) when describing a particular surfer's (Dewey Weber) ability to ride waves. First heard it when I was 12 years old and never forgot it LOL.
 

Paz

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I did not mean those who will be part of the great crowd. That's obvious. They will never disappear. I meant those outside all of that and may be part of the Great crowd in the future. People who have a good heart who can be saved. When Jesus comes, he will make a separation and by that time, the difference between good people and the wicked ones will be absolutely clear. There will be no doubt. Currently, there are still good people outside of all that. Do you understand what I'm trying to say? People who have a good heart and do not harm others that can be saved but are not in the righteous path yet.

This part of this watchtower's article explains what I tried to say in some way. :) ;)

"A Measure of Error to Be Filled

Studying God’s past dealings with mankind, we note that he often withheld his judgment until all hope of improvement was gone. In connection with God’s judgment upon the Canaanites, for instance, he pointed out their sins to Abraham long in advance. But the time for the execution of his judgment was not then due. Why not? The Bible says: “Because the error of the Amorites [Canaanites] has not yet come to completion,” or as the Knox version puts it: “The wickedness of the Amorrhites [had] not reached its full term.”—Genesis 15:16.*

About 400 years later, however, God’s judgment came, and Abraham’s descendants, the Israelites, took over the land. A few of the Canaanites, like Rahab and the Gibeonites, were saved because of their attitude and actions, but for the most part, they had reached an extreme level of uncleanness, as is revealed by modern archaeological excavations. They practiced phallic worship, temple prostitution, and child sacrifice. Halley’s Bible Handbook states: “Archaeologists who dig in the ruins of Canaanite cities wonder that God did not destroy them sooner than he did.” In the end, the Canaanites’ ‘measure of sin was full’; their wickedness had “reached its full term.” No one could rightfully accuse God of being unjust when he let the land be cleansed while sparing those who had shown a right attitude.

We find a similar picture in Noah’s day. Despite the fact that people before the Flood were wicked, God mercifully decided that their time would continue another 120 years. During part of that time, Noah served as “a preacher of righteousness.” (2 Peter 2:5) As time passed, their wickedness apparently ripened. “God saw the earth and, look! it was ruined, because all flesh had ruined its way on the earth.” (Genesis 6:3, 12) Their ‘measure of sin was full’; the passing of time had brought their wrong inclinations to full bloom. When God acted he was fully justified. Only eight persons proved righteous in God’s eyes, and he saved them.

The same pattern is seen in God’s treatment of Israel. Despite their having behaved in an unfaithful and depraved way, God had patience with them for hundreds of years. The record says: “Jehovah . . . kept sending . . . his messengers, sending again and again, because he felt compassion for his people . . . But they were continually . . . despising his words and mocking at his prophets, until the rage of Jehovah came up against his people, until there was no healing.” (2 Chronicles 36:15, 16) The people had reached a point where improvement was no longer possible. Only Jeremiah and a few others could be saved. God could not be called unjust when he finally brought judgment upon the rest."

dear Luis, very thoughtful comments enjoyed it and the link. thanks .Paz.
 
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