Unraveling Revelation: Laodicea – The Nauseating Church

January 20, 2020

Laodicea was known as a place where the water supply, which came to the town through six miles of aqueduct, was neither hot nor cold, which is how Jesus described that city’s church. Lukewarm water is an emetic, which is a nice way of saying it makes you vomit.

SciFriday: Tavistock and Social Engineering

December 20, 2019

A mental health organization founded in London more than a hundred years ago has helped persuade Americans and Britons to go to war, and now it appears it’s trying to use sophisticated psychological techniques to deconstruct Western civilization.

SciFriday: Of Bees and Babel

December 13, 2019

Technology plays a key role in so-called grassroots protest movements. What the protesters don’t realize is that they’re pawns in a mind control scheme with a goal in mind that has little to do with their protests.

Unraveling Revelation: Smyrna – Conquering the Second Death

October 28, 2019

The church of Smyrna was told it would be tested and suffer tribulation for ten days. We discuss the trials of Smyrna, which represents the church age between 100 and 312 AD, and the reminder that the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation is about the long war with Death.

Carl Teichrib – Back to the Burn

August 19, 2019

80,000 PEOPLE will meet next week in the Nevada desert to fundamentally change the world around you. Carl Teichrib, author of Game of Gods, will be at Burning Man again this year, and he explains why you should pay close attention to what’s happening at events like this.

SciFriday: Facebook Builds the Beast System

June 28, 2019

Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency, Libra, raises the disturbing prospect of people with views they deem unacceptable—conservative, Christian, or (horrors!) conservative Christian—from being not just deplatformed, but unable to buy and sell if the day comes that Libra becomes a global currency.

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