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Hopi Indian prophecies of the White Brother

  • 08.10.2015
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    Owing to a comment posted by one of our readers, very interesting information about the prophecy of White Feather from the Hopi tribe has been discovered. We became interested in the topic, supplemented the information, and now post it here for public audience’s attention. In fact, this is another fragment of the overall picture of today’s world, which our remote ancestors were undoubtedly well aware of. We certainly admit predictions have undergone some change over centuries. Nonetheless, the essence remains the same, no matter how human mind would distort it.

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Prophecies of the Avian Man. From the ancient book of Maya

  • 31.10.2015
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    Here we publish one more prophecy from an ancient book of Maya Indians, which is called the Prophecies of the Avian Man and originates from the North American continent. Judging by the overall disposition of the text, it’s an apocalyptic note warning about big problems that may catch relevant places. The text is taken from one of books by Anastasia Novykh, where it was cited by the main character Sensei (being Rigden Djappo himself, as we assume; see details in the project Preamble). 

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Chemi Shalev: “FYI: Putin = Gog, Crimea = Magog, the Apocalypse is here and the Messiah is coming”

  • 18.11.2015
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    Israeli newspaper observer Chemi Shalev discovered parallels between the Ukrainian events and the Bible doomsday prophecies.

 

    The Second coming of Jesus Christ and the beginning of the end of the world are not too far off, since Crimea seizure by the Russian army is very similar to biblical prophecies of the Apocalypse. In Israeli edition Haaretz Chemi Shalev writes about the likeness of the recent events in Ukraine with the biblical doomsday episodes. In particular, the author refers to the story of Gog and Magog peoples whose invasion’s to shake the world before the second coming of Jesus Christ. Antique historian Josephus Flavius considered that Scythian lands, i.e. the territory of contemporary Ukraine including Crimea, represented Magog. The observer also refers to the Book of Ezekiel, where Gog is mentioned. According to traditional translations of the Bible, Gog is the “chief prince of Meshech and Tuval”, ancient kingdoms near the Black Sea. But the term used for “chief prince” in Hebrew is nesi rosh which could also mean the “ruler,” “president” or “prince” of kingdom Rosh. "So Gog is the prince of Rosh, or the President of Rosh, or, with a little bit of help, the President of Russia,” the article author suggests.

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The Second Coming of Christ and the end of the world: Bible interpretation

  • 21.11.2015
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Here we present one of religious views of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, which is based on interpretation of the Holy Bible. We have found this article on the web and considered it appropriate to publish it in our Christianity section with certain amendments. Since we believe our approach to such a significant event as the Second Coming must be as versatile as possible, a different opinion, even from a narrow religious perspective, is always welcome on our portal. Hopefully, the author of these lines truly believes in the advent of Christ and not just uses this “fashionable sacred legend” as a habitual tool to strengthen his or her local earthly power, although to be more precise holy Christian texts tell about the advent of the Holy Spirit or Comforter rather than the return of Jesus Christ. After all, Christ himself said so to the apostles in the Gospel of John 14:15. Therefore, let’s try to treat the information given herein indulgently.

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The revealed secrets of Angkor and Giza plateau – the pendulum of Orion and Draco. Apocalypse now?

  • 03.02.2016
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    Familiarizing myself with information about Angkor Wat on the web, I discovered almost same things written everywhere; simply speaking, the information was taken from a single source, though many do not refer to that source, as if they wrote it themselves. I will use the same source, but will also indicate the primary source not mentioned by many. The primary source is the book Heaven’s Mirror: Quest for the Lost Civilization by Graham Hancock and Santha Faiia. A connection between Angkor and the sky was ascertained by John Grigsby who cooperated with Hancock in 1996. I refer to the primary source, so that everyone who desires could get to know more detailed information on the subject, while I shall only cite extracts and give some comments.

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21 December 2012. Not the end, but the renewal of the world!

  • 06.08.2016
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In our last year’s article Accidents are not accidental? we wrote that the author Anastasia Novykh had finished writing the modern best-selling book entitled AllatRa on 21 December 2012, which was evidenced by the stylized typewritten commemorative note published on the author’s official website www.schambala.com.ua. Later on for some reason the note was replaced with the ordinary text, although initially it looked like this:

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Consciousness and Personality.
From the inevitably dead
to the eternally alive
  • <small>Consciousness and Personality. <br/>From the inevitably dead <br/>to the eternally alive</small>

    02.08.2017

The Truth is One for Everybody
  • The coming cataclysms. Relations between people. Revival of humaneness

    10.07.2016

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    25.07.2016

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    31.07.2016

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