Skip to comments.Obama Provocation with Temple Design Explained
Posted on 08/07/2011 7:17:26 AM PDT by Roger-SD
This is old news with a new interpretation. Obamas stage at the 2008 Democratic convention was designed in the style of the Pergamon Altar, a Greek Temple, which is mentioned in the book of Revelation as the seat of Satan or the throne of Satan, depending on the translation. The biblical reference is not just to the altar, but to Pergamos as a center of the all powerful Roman state as well as a regional center of pagan worship and persecution of the early Christians. The pagan religion was the state cult and a man could become a god in the religion of Rome, which also exalted the state. The black nationalist doctrine of Obamas Trinity church in Chicago teaches that the black man is the manifestation of God on earth. That man can become a God is a central tenet of satanism/Luciferian-ism. Click the images below for more info....
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The Pergamom facade looks a whole lot like our city library, which was originally built for a different purpose in 1909 by that den of blasphemy, the United States Postal Service.
Who woulda thought that every time I dropped by to check out a book I was actually kissing the rump of Beelzebub??
Americans unite, get the Democrat Party to force POTUS Obama and VP, Joe Biden to resign or impeach them both!!! Both are total failures and are destroying the USA!!! Remain silent no longer, good, loyal, patriotic Americans citizens & voters, all!!! Get on it and with it!!!
I sure wish you guys would stop doing this to me. I find a good topic and start reading and end up at a link that I simply will not click on because my computer has been attacked way too often by malware and idiot ads. Now here is yet another, prolly good, article I will pass on.
How will the blogpimps get their hits if you don’t click the link?
Think of the children.
we saw gordon robertson’s and rick renner’s presentation of the pergamon and nuremberg architecture.
MY chile would jones if anything crashed this computer. She has her own sites and favorites, but even SHE, at THREE years old, knows NOT to click on links without permission.
She DOES get Freepmail though.
Pergamos had the second largest library at the time, after Alexandria. Gnostics have always claimed that Gnosticism is the religion of the educated and the rational. People that design such things, sometimes put more thought into it than people might think. The symbolism of a presidential nomination stage is not something that is done lightly or left to chance.
CBN recently did a special on Pergamum, a chilling documentary that should be shared with every Christian.
I think you can be sure from the domain name (wordpress.com) that it is not a site for malware.
Gnoticism teaches that human spirit was God, is now trapped in the evil matierial and only through the sufficient knowledge, can we return to be God. The process of being removed from God is called “alienation”, a theme that should be familiar to students of Marx, even as he put a secular interpretation on it. Humanity could return to God when it achieved the perfect socialist condition. The foundational ideas of Gnosticism go back to the time of Plato.
“To understand [alienation] we have to go back behind Hegel, the immediate source of Marx’s ideas, to Hegel’s own ultimate source: viz. Gnosticism. For alienation is the central theme of Gnosticism, along with the saving knowledge of how we became alienated, and from what, and of how we can escape from it. That theme is summarized in the Valentinian formula:
‘What liberates is the knowledge of who we were, what we became; where we were, whereinto we came; what birth is and what rebirth.’
All the Gnostic texts, though they differ in details, declare that we are strangers, aliens, sparks of Light or Spirit trapped in evil matter. They recount the cosmic process whereby the circles of the world have been created, by ignorant or evil creators and not by the Light, and whereby we have become entrapped in the midmost or deepest dungeon. Finally they impart the knowledge needed to escape back to the one Light whence we have come and which is our real home.
This is the pattern of thought that Hegel took over. But, rejecting all other-worldliness, he sought to reconcile men to this world, of nature and society, from which they had become estranged. We are the vehicles of a self-creating Geist which, in order to become and to know itself, has gone out into what is most alien to itselfthe merely physical world of Newtonian scienceand is progressively coming thence to its full self-realization and self-knowledge in and through human life and
history. With this knowledge, given by Hegel’s own philosophy, man’s alienation from the world is in principle, overcome although Geist has not yet fully realized itself in the world.
Marx took from Hegel two basic themes of Gnosticism, which Hegel had secularized, and re-interpreted them in his own way: viz. the cosmic drama of a fall into alienation from nature and one’s fellow men, and the saving knowledge, Marxism, which explains this and the way out of alienation back to an unalienated existence. But in one central respect Marx did not fully learn the lesson that Hegel had to teach him about modifying ancient Gnosticism.
The Gnostic texts state that we are sparks of Light or fragments of Spirit (pneuma), and imply that we are distinct from each other and from the Light or Spirit only because of our fall or seduction into the circles of the world. As we fell through each circle, we were clothed
with an outer covering. The return to the Light will be a reversal of that process, so that, as we pass back through each circle we shall strip off each coating. Consequently, but this is never stated, as far as I know, at the end of that process each spark or fragment will cease to be distinct and will merge back into the One Light or Spirit. Hence the End will be the same as the Beginning.”
From Flew, Marx and Gnosticism, by R.T. Allen,
Philosophy Vol 68, No 263, (Jan, 1993),
(”Flew” is Antony Flew, 1923-2010, a British philosopher)
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Wow, thank you. CBN, I know. Added this to my history folder.
Great info there. I started looking into the occult roots of Nazism some years back. Gnostic ideas are typically at the root of any great revolutionary movements. Houston Stewart Chamberlain was the British-born son-in-law of Wagner, a Theosophist (Gnostic) and prominent Nazi. His book, “Foundations of the 19th Century” inspired the occult mysticism of Alfred Rosenberg. The book that he recommended on Gnosticism was “Fragments of a Faith Forgotten” by G.R.S. Mead is where I got most of what I know about Gnosticism. Black Nationalism is an occult movement, much inspired by Gnostic concepts. Black Liberation Theology is just a branch of the larger Black Nationalist movement. Obama and those around him give many hints of their Gnostic belief system. It is just that most people don’t have any idea what Gnosticism is and don’t recognize the concept when they see it. At the end of Obama’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech, he said that we all have a spark of the divine in us, a Gnostic concept.
I think to understand Obama, you really need to understand what Gnosticism is about. Nazism, Communism and the Religious Orders (Brotherhoods) of Islam are all based on Gnostic concepts ultimately. People are trying to pigeonhole Obama, which is difficult. His mysticism is based on revolutionary Gnostic ideas, similar to all three of these, I believe.
CBN has a "I saw it on the 700 Club" where you can pass the link onto others.
This documentary is for such a time as this. Pass it on to as many as you can.
Fascinating comments, both.
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