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As the Mail reports: “An investigation into the death of a California weapons hoarder whose decomposing body was found in a car last week has taken a bizarre turn as it emerged that the man’s fiancée believed he was a part-human, part-alien creature who was sent to earth to save humanity while working as a secret agent.”

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Investigators have discovered 1,200 guns and 6.5 tons of ammunition valued at almost $5 million. The 60-year-old dead man, Jeffrey Alan Lash was previously described as a “weird loner”. The story took an ever more bizarre turn after it was discovered he had convinced his fiancee and her employee, Dawn VadBunker, that he was a “human-alien hybrid” working undercover on behalf of secret US government agencies. After witnessing Lash die of breathing problems, his finance and her employee loaded the body into an SUV and abandoned it before driving to Oregon. Two weeks later, an attorney representing the fiancée called police to inform them of the decaying corpse. The attorney said the fiancée and her assistant “was a secret agent of extra-terrestrial origin who had been tasked with saving the human race” and said they did not contact police about the death because they were under the impression that handlers from an intelligences agency would come to remove the body.

How did this man convince two average ladies he was a hybrid? Where did he obtain such a significant quantity of guns and ammunition from? Lash’s late father was a microbiologist and his son was due to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a scientist. The partner of Lash’s late father, Shirley Anderson, said that after Lash had dropped out of college “He just became weird because he changed all of a sudden.” and that ” not much is known of his life after that”



In my forthcoming book, I document the origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict and explore the history of the symbolic hostility in the Middle East. Unfortunately, with the way events are unfolding, things are going to get a lot worse before they get better (numerous prophecies also indicate this). World War III is due to break out in which political Zionism and Islam will “mutually destroy” one another (or at least weaken both movements to the core & allow for Jerusalem to become a “universal” city). 33rd degree Freemason, and puppet of the Jesuit order, Albert Pike documented the Three World Wars (and the objectives of each war) over 100 years ago, and the final war is coming. A Third Jewish Temple will be built where Solomon’s Temple once stood, an event which the Jews have waited almost 2,000 years for. But, before that occurs, drastic topographical changes are required (i.e the Dome of the Rock will be destroyed!). Please read on…

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I thought I would share a post with you from one of my FB contacts:

ISIS vs. the World

Just when you think you understand what ISIS is up to (based upon their proclaimed jihadist ideology), they make another press release that has the effect of turning everything you thought you knew about their objectives upside down and inside out. This is exactly what has occurred today (July 1, 2014).

ISIS has just announced that their battle plan is to destroy the Kaaba in Mecca. Why? Isn’t the Kaaba central to Islamic practices, the heart of the Islam itself? Apparently not so according to Islamic purists like ISIS and Al Qaeda. That rock, the Hajar al-Aswad or Holy Black Stone is located within a metallic shroud on a corner of the Kaaba in Mecca, and is what they consider to be the centerpiece of idolatrous worship.

The stone is a black meteorite, and an icon they want to destroy as soon as possible—as soon as their new Islamic Caliphate conquers Saudi Arabia. The Kaaba and the black rock pre-date the establishment of Islam, they were both were part of the pagan religion in Arabia prior to the establishment of Islam.


An ISIS spokesman by the name of Abu Turab al-Mugadassi has been quoted as saying: “If Allah wills, we will kill those who worship stones in Mecca and destroy the Kaaba. People go to Mecca to touch the stone, not for Allah.” During the Islamic pilgrimage, the hajj, to Mecca, Muslims nearly stampede each other in an attempt to merely touch or kiss the black stone. That means it’s pretty important to them. ISIS has different plans for treating it.

Here’s where this gets real interesting.

Where else do Muslims go to worship at a stone? To Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount, in the Dome of the Rock, that’s where they go. Let that thought sink in and the potential repercussions overwhelm you as they just overwhelmed me this morning. Imagine ISIS destroying the Dome of the Rock, the very center of which used to be the Holy of Holies within the first two Jewish temples.


Since June 1967, 37 years ago, the Dome of the Rock has been under the joint protection of the Hashemite Kingdom of Abdullah II, the Waqf and Israeli security forces. And so ISIS would want to destroy the Dome of the Rock because it is idolatrous and something a Muslim should never do.

What then would stand in the way of the Temple Institute beginning the construction of what will be the third temple on the mount? Not much. Everything for the construction of the temple is in readiness, and there’s even a very strong candidate red heifer alive at this moment without any blemish.

Keeping an eye on this one!

Written by Sean Osborne (via Kathy!)

This article was composed by: Benjamin Nehemiah, author of Quantum PropheciesBabylon Resurrected 

You may have come across an intriguing, yet now discredited, story which has been circulating online (and the in the media) over the past couple years. According to Higher Perspective: “Discovered and kept secret in the year 2000, the book contains the Gospel of Barnabas – a disciple of Christ – which shows that Jesus was not crucified, nor was he the son of God, but a Prophet.  The book also calls Apostle Paul ‘The Impostor’.  The book also claims that Jesus ascended to heaven alive, and that Judas Iscariot was crucified in his place.” It also predicts the coming of Muhammad, the founder of Islam. As has been reported in the Muslim media, and also the Western media, the book was reportedly seized from a gang of smugglers (who were smuggling antiques) in a Mediterranean-area operation. According to the reports, “experts” and “religious authorities” in Tehram insist the book is an original. The discovery contains the Gospel of Barnabas which confirms the Islamic view of Jesus and contradicts the orthodox Christian view. However, several characteristics of this artefact damage the credibility of this sensational story.


Firstly, where is this 1,500 year old Bible – have any experts been able to investigate this properly? The answer is no. Even Wikipedia admits that scholars almost unanimously agree that the  Gospel of Barnabas was written in the 16th century as a “pseudo-Gospel”, and perhaps contains remnants of earlier apocryphal work (maybe Gnostic or Ebionite – remember that various Gnostic/Ebionite teachings/writings which emerged from the 2nd century contradict the four canonical Gospel accounts of Jesus). 

It is claimed that this book was written in Aramaic (the language Jesus spoke). However, any modern Assyrian (neo-Aramaic) speaker can read the gold inscription:

  • Transliteration: b-shimmit maran paish kteewa aha ktawa al idateh d-rabbaneh d-dera illaya b-ninweh b’sheeta d-alpa w-khamshamma d-maran
  • Translation: In the name of our Lord, this book is written on the hands of the monks of the high monastery in Nineveh, in the 1,500th year of our Lord.

This mysterious Bible states “in the 1,500th year”  not that it is “1,500 years old” (what an embarrassing oversight). However, modern Assyrian was standardized in the 1840s and the first Modern Assyrian Bible was produced in 1848. This artefact is highly unlikely to be from the 16th century and more likely can be dated to the 19th century. Rather than an open and objective study of this artefact, it is being used by the misinformed, the liberal media, the Muslims and the conspiracy theorist as some kind of discovery which undermines Christianity. Even if this was a genuine 1,500 year old Bible, it wouldn’t be much of a revelation. Various writings and teachings (such as Gnosticism) emerged in the early 2nd century (after Christ’s death) which don’t conform to the orthodox Gospel accounts.

A Propaganda Campaign?

Furthermore, seeing as this discovery confirms the Islamic understanding of  Christ, it appears that this might be Islamic propaganda. As somebody who has a keen interest in history, specifically Islam, I find this frustrating. When I first began to study Islam, I was informed by numerous Muslim sources that the original Quran is still in existence. After I began to search for the original Quran, I discovered there isn’t one and the claim is simply untrue. There are no Quranic manuscripts prior to 750 AD (100 years after the death of Muhammad). Whilst many may claim that the “uthmaic recensions” are still in existence, this is untrue. The Sammarkand Manuscript (located in Tashkent library, Uzbekistan) and and the Topkapi Manuscript (Istanbul, Turkey) are indeed old but following ample etymological analysis: “… these two manuscripts are written in the Kufic Script, a script which according to modern Quranic manuscript experts, such as Martin Lings and Yasin Hamid Safadi, did not appear until late into the eighth century, and was not in use at all in Mecca and Medina in the seventh century.” Thus, they were compiled in the late 8th century or early 9th century and this presents some challenges to the Islamic tradition. What is more frustrating is that the primary sources of information regarding Muhammad and the birth of Islam date from 150-300 years after his death (which means they are not primary sources or “witness accounts” but instead, they are secondary sources compiled from earlier writings which are no longer in existence). Again, this presents problems for Islamic tradition – or at least, I find it problematic.

In comparison with the Bible, there are over 200 manuscripts in existence which pre-date the year 600 AD. There are also 32,000 quotations from the New Testament found in writings from before the council of Nicea in 325 A.D. Furthermore, the totality of Biblical manuscripts, manuscript fragments and early church writings number in the tens of thousands (and some are over 2,000 years old). There truly is an abundance of data which can be corroborated, if one wishes to evaluate the integrity of the modern Bible.