Archive for May, 2014
Project Blue Beam is said to be a system whereby the use of holograms are used to make things appear to be alive or simply appear to exist. An example of this would be with the recent “resurrection” of Tupac Shakur during a concert, where he sang, walked the stage and essentially did everything a living person would do, except for the fact that it was all an illusion.
The general definition of racism is defined as a hatred or intolerance of a specific race of people. Can black people hate whites? Of course they can. They are human beings with the same propensities toward evil that we all share. This is roundly denied though by people who tend to agree with the pervasively evil assault on truth known as Critical Race Theory and White Privilege.
According to Daniel, the Dispensation of the Age of the Law was limited to seventy ‘weeks’ (of years) totaling 490 altogether, starting from the command to rebuild the temple given Ezra by Artexerxes.
Daniel said the time would run concurrently until the Messiah is ‘cut off’ after 69 weeks (483 years). The seventieth week resumes sometime in the future with the introduction of antichrist.
The ‘fullness of the Gentiles’ is the conclusion of the Church Age. It is hard to see that any other way.
It is the same thing here in Daniel 9. Gabriel is really giving a bit of a play on words. In essence, as Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum points out (“Footsteps of the Messiah”), Gabriel is essentially saying, “Daniel, it’s not 70 years, but 70 SEVENS of years.”
Like Steve Fletcher who also has a habit of making claims that are not fulfilled (making him a false prophet as well), Ronald Weinland seems undaunted by his numerous errors and continues on as though nothing was amiss. This is simply the way it is with false prophets. Normally, when they are shown to be wrong, they will often attack those who call them out. This is the modus operandi for those who esteem themselves as prophets or seers. In reality, they have overworked imaginations and an ability to cause people to follow them. There is an intensity about their personality that makes people believe they have something that others do not.