Showdown Between Saudi Arabia And Iran Is Here: Mass Chaos And Demonic Possession Is Taking Over The Middle East, Muslims Are Now Ushering In The Coming Of The Antichrist And World War III Is Near

iswBy Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Sunday Special)

Wahhabist Saudi Arabia’s grand mufti Sheikh Abdul-Aziz responding to Iran’s handling of the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca has declared that Iranians are no longer Muslim. His fatwa came in response to Iran that regards Wahhabist Saudi Arabia as their “enemy”. The Iranians, he says, are “Zoroastrians, an ancient pre-Islamic Iranian religion.”

So its time to revisit this divide, delve to understand it, clear both prophetic and historic western misconceptions, in order to comprehend why this divide alone is so crucial and how it will plunge the world into a major coming conflict: World War III.


Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah Al ash-Sheikh

Let slowly and carefully re-examine the first misconception westerners believe, that what we have in the Muslim world is a “Sunni-Shiite divide” that plagues the Middle East.

This one over simplification causes many faulty policies, misjudgments and erroneous prophetic conclusions. Fact is, there has always been a divide–not a Sunni-Shiite divide–but a divide between the Saudi Wahhabists on the one hand versus on the other hand Iran’s Shiites and Turkey’s Sunni Sufis. Wahhabism is exclusively Saudi Arabian. The latter makes a huge prophetic difference.

It is time to stop believing the clichés as we shall carefully explain in detail from history and current events.

ISIS’s theology, for example, is strictly Saudi Arabian Wahhabism, which does not encompass all Sunni Muslims, as many falsely claim, and is why Muslims who hate ISIS’s methods as result are beginning to also hate Saudi Arabia as result. This leads to further isolation of Wahhbist Saudi Arabia, not just ISIS.

In fact, this (Saudi wahhabist vs. non-wahhabist, including both Sunni and Shiite) is the divide which is alluded to in scripture. So few focus on the prophetic sense where in John’s apocalypse 17 regarding the desert city (Mecca), it explains that the beast with its ten horns, “will hate the harlot”:

And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. For God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.

Much focus needs to be made on the underlined. Most do not even pay close attention as to what did “God put in their hearts”? Answer: hate; “these shall hate the whore,” that is, the entire kingdom of Antichrist will hate the harlot that controlled them spiritually. In other words, God says that He will plant division and hate between the beast and the harlot that has been riding this beast. Therefore, there is a remarkable difference between the two which we shall also examine. This hatred is planted by God which becomes clear from the text: “God has put it into their hearts“. This is the divide between Arabia, the heart of Islam, including it wahhabist ideology versus all non-wahhabist sects which encompass all Sunni plus Shiite branches of Islam.

This is crucial. This means that the Islamic beast is made of mainly non-wahhabism and non-Arab and is why we see the Arab (Sheba and Dedan) stand idle by the wayside during the invasion of Israel (Ezekiel 38:13). This is why we find the text says “God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree“. All these branches must “agree” in unity and not just some over the others. This is done “to give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled”. This allegiance therefore with Antichrist is not exclusively the hatred of the Jews, but the hatred of Arabia as well. This is further proof why Sheba and Dedan are on the sidelines when it comes to Jew hatred.

And today we see this already forming. Saudi Arabia has been also making historic peace gestures to Israel after realizing its isolation in the Middle East.

When the text says that God will “put it [this hatred] into their hearts,” it makes it clear that this destruction is not caused by a Sunni-Shiite divide, but a divide between a nation [Saudi Arabia] vacillating on the issue of Israel, hypocritical wahhabist Arabia, versus all non-wahhabist who want Israel’s destruction. This “Sheba and Dedan” in Ezekiel ‘standing on the wayside’ is a crucial clue.

Both history and current events confirm this divide to be true. This is why students of scripture should pay less attention to the so-called Sunni-Shiite divide and more attention to the wahhabist versus non-wahhabist divide. This is what we already see quickly coming together.


Image of Mecca showing the luxury by Al Saud and the destruction of holy places considered holy to other Sunni sects. Take example  the house of Muhammad’s wife, Khadijah, was made into a public toilet

This is why studying a single verse or two in Scripture must be done extremely carefully weighing inductively other verses with careful attention to geography, history and also theology. Scripture is mainly a theological argument and not just prophetic.

The second misconception we can clear up by studying just these two verses jumps in the face of the insistence by some that God never plants hatred. He does: “these shall hate” (not love) “the whore” and it is “God” Who “hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will“. God plants the hate, puts it in their heart to fulfill His will.

It can’t get any clearer than that.

God has zero trouble with the hatred of evil. This demands a “divide and conquer”.

Therefore, to “divide and conquer” is biblical and has always been the historical signature of the Christian West when dealing with the Islamic world. Call it the Christian version of Taqiyya, Kitman and Muruna if you will. God even says that He does this in order that “the words of God are fulfilled“.


These couple verses are loaded with both theological and prophetic wealth should encourage us to delve into what most have never seen or heard of regarding the secrets hidden in just these two verses.

It is impossible to understand how the hatred develops for Arabia to be destroyed by her spiritual offspring unless she is hated by them. This means a unity between Shiites and non-Wahhabi Sunnis against Arabia including wanting Mecca out of Al-Saud’s control. This is what Iran this week called on all Muslims to do; to abandon Saudi Arabia. This complete abandonment will not happen unless it is coupled by Turkey’s abandonment of Arabia as well. While all Muslims honor Mecca, this Turkish abandonment is not far-fetched, as we shall examine.

The Shiites would simply want this abandonment of Saudi Arabia done by completely opting for Karbala as the center of Islam instead of Mecca which their theology teaches it will be destroyed (1). This Muslim prophecy simply confirms biblical prophecy. This escalation will continue the divide until Mecca is destroyed where another divide will arise again, this time at Armageddon, but this one, we presume, will be a Sunni versus Shiite divide (after Mecca’s destruction) to cause “each sword to go against his brother”.

And while you read the headlines in the secular West, that Saudi Arabia is anathematizing Iranians, what you do not see them explaining, is the anathematization of Saudi Arabia itself. These two verses of hating wahhabist Arabia is beginning to get its initial fulfillment.

For example, who in the West even discusses the Grozny ConferenceIt was even held just last month during August, 2016, under the auspices of Egypt’s Sunni Mufti, Sheikh Al-Azhar of Egypt.

This is huge. Al-Azhar is the hub of Muslim scholarship par excellence in the Sunni (not Shiite) world. This was done with participation of 200 senior Sunni scholars, emphasizing that Saudi Wahhabism is no longer “Sunni” since the Wahhabists anathematize the Ash’ari and the Sufi Muslims who with the Shiites make up a majority in the Muslim world.


These are major Sunni, not Shiite scholars, attending a gathering in the city of Grozny, Chechnya to legitimize the exclusion of all Wahhbist/Salafi scholars as “non Muslim”

How could Sunnis anathematize their headquarters, Mecca, is unheard of.

So lets first delve into this intriguing journey explaining this arising divide from eastern eye opening sources in a way you would never see or read in today’s headlines. We will start from the beginning, to make it all easy as in Shiites plus Sunni Sufis etc, vs. Wahhabists for dummies.

Another major misconception by westerners is that Islam is simply “another world religion”.

Islam is a Christian schism and a cult, its unitarian, an extension of the Arian heresy, and not just some other foreign religion. This is why it gets the title of being an Abrahamic faith. This is why it encompasses all heresies “mother of harlots” and is why its history is filled with legends inspired by jinn (demons) mimicking biblical stories.


And just to show the examples of the mimmic of biblical stories, there was once upon a time, Hashim and Abd Shams (literally means worshipper of the sun). These two were conjoined twins – born with Hashim’s leg attached to Abd Shams’ head. It was said that they had struggled in the womb, each seeking to be firstborn. Their birth was remembered for Hashim being born with one of his toes pressed into the younger twin-brother, Abd Shams’s, forehead.

The family history is true, yet it is mixed with legend, a fabrication of the truth written in the Bible regarding Jacob and Esau’s birth. Legend says that their father, ‘Abd Manaf ibn Qusai, separated his conjoined sons with a sword and that some pagan Arab priests believed that the blood that had flown between them signified wars between their progeny.

Hashim (like Sarah did) banished Abd Shams from Mecca. Abd Shams (sun worshipper) gave birth to Ummaya and from that line came forth the Umayyads clan which turned out hostile to Hashim’s clan.



The astrologers of Arabia opined that Abd Munaaf, their father, had committed a grave error when he separated his sons by means of a sword; they did not regard his deed as a good omen which later haunted Muslim history until our day.

From the lineage of Hashim, came the Muslim Messiah, Muhammad, born and raised to become the big boss and founder of Islam. His best friend was Ali, his cousin, adopted son and son-in-law of Mohammed. He became ‘son-in-law’ because Ali married Mohammed’s daughter, Fatima, in AD 624. In other words, from western technicality, Ali married his sister. Ali was the first to follow Muhammad in accepting Muhammad’s prophethood. So if Muhammad was ‘king’ Ali was ‘prince Ali’.

Muhammad also married. After his first two women, he also fell in love with a third, an under aged girl named Aisha. I was sort of like Abraham taking Hagar. Aisha was the daughter of Muhammad’s other buddy, Abu Bakr. I say she was a Hagar because she caused a major division and shift within Islam (more on that later).

Muhammad later on died after he conquered Mecca removing all pagan idols except the black stone. Obviously his successor should have been Ali, or even Ali’s son, Hussein, to become “prince of the faithful” to keep it within Muhammad’s bloodline. Aisha, Muhammad’s surviving wife, of course wanted her daddy (Abu Bakr) to be Caliph instead of ‘prince Ali’.

Even though Ali was married to Muhammad’s daughter, Fatima, Aisha Muhammad’s third wife had the upper hand after her husband passed away, of course. She was joined and echoed in this posture by protégés, her dad Abu Bakr of course (who became the first Caliph) and Umar (Ibn Khattab, who became the second Caliph), whose daughter Hafsa was also married to Muhammad while prince Ali was left aside. These guys passed women and girls like passing Christmas presents. Aisha also had other relatives on her side like the third caliph, Uthman (Ibn Affan), who married Muhammad’s daughters Ruqayyah and Umm Kulthum (this one had two sisters in his bed).


Thats how whacky Muslims were

Ali only had the descendants of his and Fatima’s branch of the Prophet’s family. Ali lost and Aisha’s daddy Abu Bakr, Muhammad’s father in law won (beware of in-laws).

This established the Rashidun Caliphate (the Muslim empire’s first head) which its first horn was Abu Bakr. It continued with the second Caliph Omar, and the third Caliph Uthman who married Muhammad’s two daughters as we stated.

So similar to Catholics where St. Peter was the first Vicar of Christ (Pope), Islam too had its vicar of God on earth (Caliph), or Khalifat-u-Allah, literally the vicar of Allah. To the fathers of the Shiites, Ali should have been the first Caliph and instead Abu Bakr became the first Caliph, then was succeeded by Omar bin al-Khattab and then Uthman who was assassinated by Egyptian rebels in 656 and continued through the four-year reign of Uthman’s successor Ali ibn Abi Taleb, Muhammad’s favorite, Fatima’s husband. But his reign ended in 661 when Ali’s heir Hasan his son concluded a treaty acknowledging the rule of another of Muhammad’s companions, Muʿāwiyah, the third horn, who began the first Umayyad caliphate (second head of the Islamic Empire). The Umayyad were of the ‘Esau’ if you will, the descendants of Abd Shams (sun worshiper).

So the divide was between Muslims who believed that Ali’s authority was usurped by the first three caliphs: Abu Bakr and Umar ibn a-Khatab (both fathers-in-law of Muhammad) and Uthman ibn Affan (also a son-in-law) but unlike ‘prince Ali’, none of the men were blood relatives of Muhammad. This was the point of contention for Ali’s supporters, who believed that the succession should be hereditary. These Caliphs were elected through democracy.

Before the fiasco, Islam expanded militarily into Syria and later Egypt. Finally Ali was nominated and reluctantly accepted and was Caliph, Ali, Prince of the Faithful. But his rule was under much turmoil since most governors where loyal to another, Muʿāwiyah ibnʾAbī Ṣufyān, who derives from Umayya ibn Abd Shams (the Muslim Esau), not Hashim (the Muslim Jacob) who rejected Ali’s caliphate. This is where this Muslim version of ‘Esau’ (Abd Shams) vs. ‘Jacob’ (Hashim) divide begins where it is this ‘Esau’ who got the birthright instead.

Aisha wanted her cousin Talha to succeed Uthman (The first Umayyad caliph) and was jealous of Ali. She ignored the Prophet’s fore-warning about taking part in such a conflict. But the argument that Ali was the preferable claimant to Muhammad’s succession as commander of the faithful never died out.

When Aisha heard of the killing of Uthman, the third Caliph, she became so angered by his unavenged death, and was angered by the naming of Ali as the fourth caliph, that she took up arms against those supporting Ali. She gained support of the big city of Basra and, for the first time, Muslims took up arms against each other. This battle is now known as the First Schism (Fitna), or Muslim civil war.

The result was war between Ali and his opponents, who were enraged by his failure to punish Uthman’s killers and suspected him of involvement in the murder. They included Muhammad’s widow Aisha (Abu Bakr’s daughter of course) and Uthman’s cousin Muawiyyah, who was governor of Syria.

Ali won the battle (Battle of the Camel). At this point, Muawiyya’s men fixed copies of the Koran to their spears and cried out to let Allah decide who is to be Caliph. Ali’s army agreed and he had to accept independent arbitration. The panel of arbitrators ruled against Ali and Muawiyya claimed the caliphate for Muawiyya. In other words, it went to the Esau of Islam.

Ali, who had moved his capital to Kufa in present-day Iraq, by this time, refused to accept the decision. Ali became the victim of intrigues and was assassinated in 661 AD. But the drama of Shiism has less to do with Ali himself, than with the trauma of prince Ali’s son, Hussein, the only true lineage to Muhammad through Muhammad’s daughter Fatima.

Ali and Fatima’s son, Hussein, even 20 years later in 680 (61 AH) refused to pledge allegiance to Yazid I, the Umayyad caliph (second head of the Islamic Empire) because he considered the rule of the Umayyads unjust. As a consequence, he left Medina, his home town, and traveled to Mecca. There, the people of Kufa sent letters to him, asking his help and pledging their allegiance to him. So he traveled towards Kufa in Iraq. At Karbala his caravan was intercepted by the Umayyad’s, Yazid I’s army. He was captured and beheaded by Shimr Ibn Thil-Jawshan, along with most of his family and companions, all were beheaded, including the kids and a baby, Ali Al-Asghar (literally, Baby Ali) ending the true bloodline of Muhammad.

So from this story stems Shiism (pro-Hussein), the question becomes is how do Sunnis who hate Arabia deal with this issue? Do they convert to Shiism? No. Depending if one has a Salafi (Wahhabi influence) they would argue that in Karbala, Hussein fighting Yazid was wrong and illegitimate. Others say that such judgmental view on Hussein’s resistance  is rooted in the arid and poisonous soil of the early Umayyad historians.

In this twist of Muslim history, Allah could not keep his pledge to Muhammad, here we have Islam’s ‘Esau’ (sons of Abd Shams), the Umayyads defeated Islam’s ‘Jacob’ (Hashim). This defeat became the key reason for future back and forth bloody vengeances. This was known as  the Âshûrâ tragedy where Hussein was considered ‘martyr’ and ‘messiah’ where blood atonement is made by Shiites, sort of like the Mayan blood letting in Mesoamerica which Sunnis do not practice.

Shiism robs from Catholics who celebrate the Eucharist, which has a double purpose, being the literal (Flesh and Blood of Christ) and is taken as a grain offering. With the Shiite celebration of Âshûrâ, to commemorate the martyrdom of Hussein, they consume a grain and fruit offering, the sort of which can mimmic Cain’s offering and Essau’s porridge as memorial. And for the literal blood sacrifice, these mark their foreheads, not just with the mark of allegiance, but with the literal blood and wailing which according to Shiism, such practice remits sin. It is an extremely demonic act they call “Latmiyeh” (self affliction) on the body with chains and daggers to ensure being registered by Hussein (their messiah) in the book of life. The mimic, flavors, marks and imitations speaks of Antichrist. This makes it easy for Muslim converts to Christianity to comprehend reading the eastern text of the Bible and to spot Islam’s forgeries. See Iranians and how they mark their forehead

This Ummayad versus Ali split continues, even until now. When speaking to Shiites, Umayyad and Yazid are viewed as Christians view antichrists. From Ali and his wife Fatima, comes the Shiite loyalty, lamenting Muhammad’s bloodline to rule instead of being democratically elected.

The most common misconception by westerners is this Sunni-Shiite divide. Fact is, there is a certain Shiite-Sunni alliance and not a divide. It is from Ali, Shiism’s icon, that stems the progenitor of nearly all Sunni Sufi orders. This is huge. This will encompass Turkey and several central Asian nations leaving Wahhabi Saudi Arabia out. It is truly a Wahhabi-Excommunicated divide and not a Shiite-Sunni divide.

The story of Islam is like the initial Esau-Jacob divide, then to later evolve into some sort of Protestant-Catholic divide. Islam is an attempted mimic, a forgery of biblical narratives, but unlike the Catholic  narrative, where lineage and succession was crucial, and kept in accordance the promises of God; Islam failed to keep the lineage or succession issues intact. So besides the Ali/Hussein bone of contention, you also have Karbala, sort of like Protestant Geneva where Hussein was killed and his tomb becoming the holiest place to Shiites even more than Mecca itself. Wahhabists prohibit worshipping at tombs and even destroyed many. It was in Karbala, Iraq, after all, that their Messiah, Hussein (al-Ḥussein ibn ‘Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib) was martyred, a sort of a garden-tomb where Shiites pilgrimage to besides Mecca.

To Shiites, Hussein is literally their Messiah, as Jesus is to Christians, and Fatima (Ali’s wife) is as crucial to Shiites as Mary is to Catholics. If one examines this brand of Islam one finds that it attempts to mimmic the Catholic faith in many ways, one of which, Hussein is now  ‘the savior’ while Fatima is a saint to be the symbol of motherly sacrifice. Shiites accuse Aisha whom Sunnis view as Umm Al-Munineen “mother of the faithful” of bing nothing more than a “whore” and Muhammad’s disciples (besides Ali) as traitors to Islam.

While Protestants reject Mary being the “mother of God” and “mother of the faithful,” they would never attribute such derogatory labels towards Mary or deny the Virgin Birth, except to Catholics Mary remained virgin and was assumed to heaven.

Therefore, with such a schism, there is absolutely no turning back; Islam is set to eventually self destruct in inner conflicts. Anger at Hussein’s death was turned into a rallying cry that helped undermine and ultimately overthrow the Umayyad Caliphate (sons of Esau in our parallel).


Now that we know the root of the problem, for westerners to comprehend the sectarian differences, not just Shiite-Wahhabi divide, but the divide within Sunnis and the hatred of Wahhabism. But without delving too deep into each sect, it is best to perhaps refer to the Catholic-Protestant divide, not in the sense that these have common goals with Islam (God forbid), but in the sense of making it easier to understand the divides and approach to faith and religion.

But this conflict flips when comparing it to the Catholic-Protestant divide, where in Islam, it is the puritanical Wahhabis (protestant) who had control over the central headquarters, Mecca, as it is for Catholics in the Vatican.

Wahhabists are Salafist who insist on using the original texts. Therefore, the use of “Salafist” became synonymous with Wahhabism.

Saudi Arabia being the center of Islam kept Islam puritanical from the sense that there was not much room for change and theological development. Mecca etched the rules as Vatican etched Catechism, which other sects of Islam refuse to follow. Salafism is associated with literalist (sort of like the Puritan Protestants).

And if Christendom had a reformer, Martin Luther, the Arabs had the 14th century scholar Ibn Taymiyyah who greatly influenced Abd al-Wahhab (1703 – 1792). Ibn Taymiyya had a strict and puritanical approaches to issues of faith and interpretation, unlike the other sects, which tend to be charismatic and allow much latitude and new opinion. Taymiyya was the dynamo behind Wahhabism which went directly to Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (the founder of Wahhabism), and the use to which his exclusionist puritanism was put forth by Ibn Saud, a minor leader — amongst many — of continually sparring and raiding Bedouin tribes in the baking and desperately poor deserts of Arabia’s Nejd desert. This is the wilderness “desert” John spoke of in the Apocalypse chapter 17:3 and Isaiah in chapter 21.


Abd al-Wahhab

And it is here where one finds in Islam the type of back and forth arguments between Protestants and Catholics where Protestants insist on “chapter and verse” whenever they question theologies developed from historic traditions by the Catholic Church.

Abd al-Wahhab wrote Kitab al-Tawhid (the book on unitarianism), sort of like Luther’s 95 Theses, a short essay which draws from material in the Quran and the recorded doings and sayings (hadith) of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. These questioned many Sufi and Shiite practices as “innovations” much as Protestants accuse Catholics and Orthodox regarding ‘prayer to saints’.

Abd al-Wahhab accused the Sunni Ottomans proclaiming that they are “not Muslims; they were imposters masquerading as Muslims” similar to certain Protestants who anathematize Catholics. The Ottomans so much aggravated Abd al-Wahhab by their honoring of saints, by their erecting of tombstones, and their “superstition” (e.g. revering graves or places that were deemed particularly imbued with the divine).

Abd al-Wahhab got everything from the Mujadid (reformer) Ibn Taymiyah. And like Luther who proclaimed “the Bible alone”, he revived the strict adherence to the Quran and Hadith and the first disciples of Muhammad.

And if Ibn Taymiyya became the Martin Luther of the Wahhabists, the non-Wahhabists considered him as anathema, just as Catholics do with Luther. One would find arguments back and forth as one finds Protestants versus Catholics where Sufis would denounce Taymiyya’s Kitab-ul-Arsh, “Allah sits on the Arsh [throne], and He leaves space for His Messenger [Muhammad] to sit next to Him” condemning the idea that Muhammad sits on the right side of God. Of course, such ideas shows that Islam’s theology intended to mimic Christianity.

Taymiyya condemned the Sufi dhikr as innovation and heresy, and he made vicious slanders on Sufi masters. Dhikr is when Sufis make a circle, a form of devotion, in which the worshiper is absorbed in the rhythmic repetition of the name of Allah or his attributes to get themselves into a frenzy state.

All this behavior, Abd al-Wahhab denounced as bida — forbidden by God.

Like Taymiyyah, Abd al-Wahhab believed that the period of the Prophet Muhammad’s stay in Medina was the ideal of Muslim society they called “the best of times”, to which all Muslims should aspire to emulate, similar to Luther’s call to emulate the apostles in the Holy Land and their journeys as written in the New Testament and nothing after. This was essentially called Salafism.

Salafism therefore is Islam’s protestantism. In other words, similar to Protestants where they cling to the apostles while they kept out Catholic tradition as “innovation”.

Taymiyyah had declared war on Shi’ism and Sufism and even spoke out against visiting the grave of the prophet Muhammad and the celebration of his birthday, similar to some Protestant Messianic rejection of Christmas and the visiting of the traditionally accepted Catholic holy sites. And similar to Protestants, he declared that all such behavior represented mere imitation of the Catholics. Abd al-Wahhab declared war calling on Muslims to deprive Shiites and Sufis of immunity of property and life, similar to the Beeldenstorm where the Iconoclastic Fury of outbreaks and destruction of religious images that occurred in Europe in the 16th century by the Calvinists.

The key idea of takfir doctrine, Abd al-Wahhab and his followers could deem fellow Muslims infidels should they engage in activities that encroach on the sovereignty of the absolute authority of the Quran and Hadith. All Muslims who honored the dead, saints, or angels was condemned since they detracted from the complete subservience to Allah banning any prayer to saints and dead loved ones, pilgrimages to tombs and special mosques, religious festivals celebrating saints including the honoring of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, and even prohibited the use of gravestones when burying the dead.

Those who would not conform would be killed, their wives and daughters violated, and their possessions confiscated. Shiites, Sufis and other Muslim denominations, Abd al-Wahhab considered as no longer Muslim just as Sheikh Abdul-Aziz, the Saudi Mufti did this week responding to Iran’s handling of the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca. In other words, unlike the Catholic-Protestant wars, the Orthodox Muslim wars on non-Orthodox continues till our day.

The Sufi Turks attacked Abd al-Wahhab for destroying the domes that were built over the graves of Muhammad’s disciples. Arabs say that the Hadith said that such things are the actions of the Jews and Christians, and that those who build such things are the worst of creation and that the Prophet cursed such practices that are clearly forbidden. This is why Saudi Arabia destroyed over 90% of Muslim holy sites including the destruction of Khadijah’s home (Muhammad’s wife) to built a toilet.

So Muhammad ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhab (1703 – 1792) came to “purify” Islam by returning it to what, he believed, were the original principles of that religion.

The attitudes by Saudi Arabia towards Shiites was no different when it comes to the Sufi Turks.  Abd al-Wahhab, the founder of Wahhabism despised “the decorous, arty, tobacco smoking, hashish imbibing, drum pounding Egyptian and Ottoman nobility who travelled across Arabia to pray at Mecca.”

Islam’s expansion into Persia and other places where converts incorporated Zoroastrian concepts seeped into Shiism and Sufism. Salafists became hostile to certain practices. Saudi Arabia destruction of every temple where a Muslim ‘saint’ is buried will not stop whats coming since Salafists can never terminate certain spiritual aspects of their denominations.

For example, Salafists reject the literal presence of God, similar to Protestants rejecting the Eucharist as the literal Blood and Body of Christ. But there is one area where Sufis and Shiites, sort of like Catholics, do believe that God can have a literal presence, not the presence in the bread per say, but in a man. And while Catholics believe in Theosis (union with God), the Muslim non-wahhabist corruption of this is called Fana, eliminating the self to become God (2).

This makes many of these Sunnis mystical where Allah can be present in man. This is what makes the none-Wahhabists ideal to follow the man the Bible calls the Antichrist. This explains why the Bible does not include the whore (wahhabist) as part of the beast (non-wahhabist) which worships the Antichrist instead of submitting to her control. Her rejection of such worship becomes her demise.

This is why, in reality, it is not a Sunni Shia Divide as westerners like to assume, the divide has always been  Mecca’s Islam vs the excommunicated.

Erdogan’s recent emergence in reviving Islam’s Ottoman splendor began to reveal this Sufi trend. He is also attempting to heal the non-Wahhabi Sunni-Shiite divide to unite all factions. While such attempts will succeed on the surface, the deep wound will always be there, despite the commonality.

However, while the Shiite Sufi differences can heal easier where the two can cooperate for the sake of Islamic unity and interests, Turkey’s Sufi and like Shiism versus Wahhabi divide is impossible to heal. The Ottomans and Arabia have a history of conflict similar to the Shiites had with Arabia.

This further isolates Saudi Arabia. Sufis are charismatic and believe that man can have the essence of God. Erdogan for example is seen as deity in Turkey:

Here the Saudi Wahhaists expose Turkey’s Sufism by revealing how Erdogan is worshipped as “prophet” and “God”. In several clips pieced together it reveals statesman and politician declaring Erdogan is worthy of worship.

“The greatest leader since the dawn of history has appeared to us” says the first. “To us he is the second prophet” says the second clip. “To touch Erdogan is a form of worship” says the third clip. “Behold, I introduce to you Erdogan who has all the attributes of Allah in Him. He has the ability to solely manage the earth” says the fourth clip.

Wahhabists completely see this as ‘anathema’ rejecting the idea of Allah in the flesh. Therefore, westerners should pay close attention, it is another myth to say that all Muslims completely reject the idea of an incarnation. The Muslims simply know how to cloak it. The Sufi doctrine of Fana (man becoming God) is completely rejected by Wahhabists.

The Protestant wrong view of making Rome “harlot,” while completely ignoring “Arabia,” which is literally mentioned as Babylon in Isaiah 21, and coupling this to the geography of these anti-Arabia sects, which this beastly empire encompasses becomes a major oversight by Protestant theologians. These ultimately destroy and burn the harlot, Mecca, not the Vatican.

Lets first compose the massive geography to show how western misunderstanding of the difference between Salafi and Shiite-Sufi theology undermines the reality. For example, Islam is the second largest religious body after Christianity where Sunnis make up 75% of all Muslims. This makes the Shiites a minority. But this analogy must include the similarities between certain Sunni sects with Shiism. When this is taken into consideration, reality will reveal a much different scenario as to certain loyalties where Salafism becomes the minority and not the majority. Salafism does not form the main version of Islam, Sufism, Shiism, Ahmadia, Ashari, Ismaili … collectively make the bulk and are in a way anathematized, excommunicated protestant denominations by Arabia. And once you combine these ‘protestant’ sects, the magnitude becomes overwhelming.

Scripture in fact reveals this. God knows more than western headlines and it becomes crystal clear once we examine the geography in the Bible regarding this beastly fragmented end-days empire. Shia Muslims are in the majority in Iran, Iraq, Bahrain, Azerbaijan and Yemen and extends as far as the Indian subcontinent. There are large Shia communities in Afghanistan, India, Kuwait, Lebanon, Pakistan, Qatar, Syria, Turkey, the UAE and even in Saudi Arabia itself who already hate Arabia.

But we must also consider in this equation even the much bigger giant, the other Sunni styles with Sufi bent like Zikrism. This expands deeply into Central Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, the Balkans, modern-day Turkey, Chechnya, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kirghizstan, northern Afghanistan, the Turkoman province of Iran and even all the way to the Uygur district of Xinjian province of China.


Zikrism is a form of Sufism. Notice minute Wahhabism, the grey in Saudi Arabia.

And with this geography confirmed without doubt by Isaiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, John and even Jesus warned that Lucifer’s dominion in Pergamum it becomes crystal clear that God foretold such divisions since this beast is a divided kingdom. Ezekiel and John warned about a Gog (Ezekiel 38) who is “chief prince of Meshech and Tubal” which are in Turkey. And then Gomer and Beth Togarmah encompass this geography as well. Ezekiel also warned about the beautiful Cherub becoming man (Ezekiel 28) including naming the very nations who are cast into the pit with him (Ezekiel 28-32), most seem to be within the Sufi and Shiite regions we just explained. Isaiah warned about a man who makes the earth tremble possessed by the fallen angelic lucifer (Isaiah 14) where Paul in II Thessalonians 2 predicted this man to declare himself as if he is God. Even the region in which this multitude stemming from “the north” is as Jesus foretold would be the seat of the devil in Pergamum (Turkey).

This completely debunks the notion of Rome being the focal point of scripture when it comes to the beastly empire.

Islam’s beast already came with its seven heads and 10 horns.  (To understand this click here). We are awaiting the coming of the eleventh (Antichrist). The end days beast “looks like a lamb with two horns [Sunni/Shiite, Turkey/Iran] but speaks like a dragon.

Keep in mind, the two verses of discussion here, “the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore …”. The 10 horned beast came from the sea, went into the pit (the earth) which comes back from the earth (the pit). This is the one that will utterly destroy and burn the whore.

So how could the previous Islamic caliphates have hated the whore?

Mecca (the whore) in fact was always hated from the first horn down to the tenth. If Mecca was so loved, why would Ali, the fourth caliph, move the power choosing Kufa as his capital instead of Mecca?

The Umayyad Caliphate (2nd head) also moved the capital to Damascus in Syria instead of Mecca.

The Abbasid Caliphate (3rd head) also moved the capital from Mecca to Baghdad, in ancient Babylon, which remained the center of the Islamic Empire for nearly 500 years.

Mecca then re-entered Islamic political turmoil during the Second Islamic Civil War, when it was held by Abd Allah ibn al-Zubayr, an early Muslim who opposed the Umayyad caliphs (sons of Abd Shams). If they loved Mecca so much why was Mecca itself twice besieged by the Umayyads, in 683 and 692? For some time thereafter the city figured little in politics, remaining a city of devotion and scholarship governed by the Hashim clan.

If Mecca was so loved, why would the Muslims in 930, attack and sack Mecca again by Qarmatians, a millenarian Ismaili Muslim sect led by Abū-Tāhir Al-Jannābī from east Arabia? Even the Black Death pandemic hit Mecca in 1349.

To attempt to bring back Mecca’s status, in 1803 the city was captured by the First Saudi State, which held Mecca until 1813. This was a massive blow to the prestige of the (Turkish) Ottoman Empire, which had exercised sovereignty over the holy city since 1517. The Ottomans assigned the task of bringing Mecca back under Ottoman control to their powerful Khedive (viceroy) of Egypt, Muhammad Ali Pasha who successfully returned Mecca to Ottoman control in 1813.

Turkey holds a historic long memory against Saudi Arabia’s aid of Britain to oust the Ottomans during the Sharif Hussein revolt (1916-1918) when the Turks shelled Mecca and hit the Kaaba itself burning it as John predicted “burn her with fire” which will repeat when Iran and Turkey destroy the harlot (see Isaiah 21).

The Wahhabist also hold a historic long memory how Turkey bombing the Kaaba. Sharif Hussein’s own letter lamenting:

We have sufficient proof of how they [the Turks] regard the religion and the Arab people [Wahhabists] in the fact that they shelled the Ancient House [Kaaba], the Temple of the Divine Unity, of which it is said in the word of God, “Purify my House for those that pass round it,” the Qibla [direction of prayer] of Mohammedans, the Kaaba of believers in the Unity, firing two shells at it from their big guns when the country rose to demand its independence.

One fell about a yard and a half above the Black Stone [which means it hit the Kaaba] and the other three yards from it.  The covering of the Kaaba was set in a blaze.  Thousands of Moslems rushed up with shouts of alarm and despair to extinguish the flames.

To reach the fire they were compelled to open the door of the building and climb on to the roof.  The enemy fired a third shell at the Makam Ibrahim in addition to the projectiles and bullets aimed at the rest of the building.  Every day three or four people in the building itself were killed, and at last it became difficult for the Moslems to approach the Kaaba at all.

We leave the whole Mohammedan world from East to West to pass judgment on this contempt and profanation of the Sacred House.

This asteroid that fell and poisoned the waters (people) received a hard blow. It is broken into fragments, held with black-reddish epoxy that continually needs maintenance:

Who can imagine, this, ridiculous put together object that seven heads which are the seven Caliphates (3) all had to submit to. The woman (Mecca) is the sole rider of a beast which adds up perfectly to four and seven, just as history breaks down this empire to exact. Four in the case of Daniel’s breakdown, and seven in the case of John’s apocalypse. History acknowledges Four Main Caliphates (Rashidun, Umayyad, Abbasid and Ottoman) yet they also break it down to seven caliphates (Rashidun, Umayyad, Abbasid, Fatimid, Ayyubid, Almohad and Ottoman) with exactly ten crowns which represent these seven caliphates that also arise in the end as looking like a lamb with two horns (Turkey and Iran/ Sufi and Shiite).

There are only two faiths, God’s or lucifer’s. There are only two offerings, one acceptable to God (Abel’s) and another is not (Cain’s). And today, it is through charismaticism, there is unity in allowing seducing spirits to enter in the last days. This, Scripture foretold. Demonic utterances, bobbling heads (see Hillary), barking, crawling on the belly as the snake’s curse, jerking, uncontrolled laughter … did not initiate in the U.S., as we see in charismatic chaos, but is imported from the east, and is spreading like wildfire across the globe. But this is no new phenomenon, it is ancient. Here enter Iran’s mosques and temples:

Similar to Shiites, Sufis practice Muraqaba (meditation). Besides, they practice visitation highly. These are pilgrimages to various tombs of saints, great scholars and supposedly the righteous people. Sufi students enter the faith by seeking a teacher, a master of the way who comes through as an unbroken lineage (spiritual lineage) from the prophet. The Shiites of Iran have much in common with the Sunni Sufis. And just like in Turkey, you will find circular chants in Shiite Iran:

In Turkey they have Sufi Dhikr/Zikr (Zikrism, Meditation) in a Circle:

To the Wahhabists, the Ottomans are considered as Muslim shaman, like their Siberian counterpart who cultivates personal relations with spirits to supposedly help individuals through what they believe as healing and divination which is what we see in the charismatic chaos. This is definitely inline with the religion of the fallen cherub: lucifer. This ‘Islamized shamanism’, covers a huge geographic area of the world. It will not only encompass Muslims but fallen Christians as well.

Turkey is especially plagued with Sufi Islam and Edorgan was raised as a Sufi Muslim and Shamanism pervaded Turkish Sufism which naive western tourists are fascinated with watching Dervishes spin into a trance where mysticism plagues the west as well. Shia Islam in Iran follows metaphysical Sufism, and pre-Islamic shamanism. The figure of the shaman has always been a prominent motif within the Islamic world, particularly in relation to the mystical domain of Sufism.

Sufism has its orders within both Shia and Sunni and transcends the Shiite-Sunni divide and find more commonality than difference just as charismatic chaos transcends Catholic-Protestant divide.

The communion of devils always attempt to mimic. Shia Muslims and Sufi Muslims celebrate Ashura and practice a communion in remembrance of Ashura, in which they consume grains with fruit, which is done once a year for remembrance of also the Passover of Moses and the resurrection of Christ excluding His Crucifixion since Islam denies it.


Erodgan of Turkey passing the Ashura meal out of a Pumpkin to commemorate Moses and the Resurrection of Jesus

What is not known by many is that all Muslims observe a communion feast, but it is the feast of Cain and not of Abel. For Shi’a Muslims they commemorate Ashura and Sunni Muslims view it as a victory God gave to Moses and God parting the Red sea and Christ’s resurrection. In their view it purifies from sin.


They, in mosques, provide free Ashura meals called Nazri “fruit offering,” sort of like Cain’s fruit offering. Ashura is Cain’s meal and Esau’s porridge and in Islam is understood literally as “porridge” including similar offering to Cain’s, Ashura includes a mixture consisting of grains, fruits, dried fruits and nuts.

For Shiite Muslims, Ashura, is the day when Mahdi demand allegiance to him:

“It is as if I can see Hadrat Qa’im [Mahdi] on Saturday on the day of ‘Ashura’ standing between Rukn and Maqam (Mecca) with Jibril (Archangel Gabriel) standing in front of him and calling on the people to pay allegiance to him.” (Shaykh at-Tusi, Ghaybah, p. 274; Kashf al-Ghammah, vol. 3, p. 252; Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 52, p. 290.)

Everything in Islam is set up to coincide with biblical prophecy. This would be the spark of the beginning for the “seven year” allegiance with “many”.

It becomes clear, the founding of ISIS resonates amongst those who recall the history of the Wahhabists who roared back into life when the Ottoman Empire collapsed after World War I with Al Saud’s 20th century renaissance uniting the fractious Bedouin tribes, launched the Saudi spirit of Abd-al Wahhab seizing Arabia from the Ottomans by the early 1800s. Wahhabist Abd-al Aziz later captured Mecca, Medina and Jeddah between 1914 and 1926.

With the advent of the oil, Saudis goals were to spread Wahhabism across the Muslim world. This backfired. Today even ISIS, born of Wahhabism, undermines of the legitimacy of Al-Saud, which today, in street terms, no Muslim supports.

Saudi mandate to manage the insurgency in Syria against President Assad is neo-wahhabi, but with Saudi Arabia being a kingdom, how could there be a caliphate from? Even Wahhabi ISIS hates Wahhabi Arabia. A caliphate will make null and void all Arabia’s kings and princes since a caliphate is elected by democratic means where the Muslim world must pledge the bay’at (allegiance) to this beast. Therefore, Arabia must be warred against by all Muslims and by this you know how the rest of the story in John’s apocalypse 17 ends:

And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. For God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.

Hasta entonces, voy a seguir la melodía exacta de la flauta de mi pastor: Until then, I will follow the exact tune from the flute of my Shepherd:



(1) Once the land of Ka’bah (Mecca) declared proudly, ‘Which land is like me? Allah has made His House on me. People from all parts of the earth come to pay homage to me. I have been made sacrosanct (haram) and sacred by Allah.’ On hearing this Allah, revealed, ‘Be silent! Wait a little (before you say anything further). By My Might and My Honour, the excellence and distinction I have granted to the land of Karbala is more than what I have given you. Compared to Karbala, your position is like a needle head sized drop in front of the sea. If the dust of Karbala had not been there, I would never have bestowed this honour upon you. If the one resting in Karbala (Imam Husain (a.s.)) had not been there, I would neither have created you nor the House over which you are so haughty. Wait, adopt humility and modesty and don’t be arrogant and boastful. Don’t try to prevail over Karbala in importance (as that is not possible). Else I will be displeased with you and throw you in Hell.’ (Kaamil al-Ziarat, p.267, tradition 13, narrating from Imam Ja’far al-Al-Sadiq also see here)

(2) “Remember the famous utterance of al-Hallaj, “I am God.” People think that to say “I am God” is a claim of great pretense and spiritual arrogance. It is actually a claim of extreme humility. “I am God” means “I do not exist.” He is all, everything is He, existence is God’s alone. I am without existence, pure non-existence. I am nothing.” “I am God” is not a claim of great pretension, it is a claim of extreme humility. There is more humility in this than any supposed claim to greatness, but people do not understand the inner meaning. When a man acknowledges his servitude to God, he is aware of his being a servant. He may see himself as a devoted servant of God, but he still sees himself and his own actions as apart from the one reality of God. He is not drowned in the Ocean of Divine Unity. Drowned is he in whom there is not separate motion or mobility. Drowned is he whose movement is the movement of the water. And so it is with the enlightenment ones, those who declares, “I am God.” Anyone who says “I am the servant of God” asserts the reality of two existences, one for himself and the other for God. But he who says “I am God” — and has realized the deepest levels of unity within his being — has seen through the illusion of his existence. He knows from the experience of unity that his own separate existence is nothing but an illusion. Knowing that, he casts its former selfhood upon the winds of oblivion.” (Rumi, Hearts bear witness one to another, in The Complete Discourses of Jalal al-Din Rumi, discourse 11, p. 75, ed. Louis Rogers)

(3) The seven head:

(1) The Rashidun Caliphate (632-661) centered in the harlot city of Mecca and Babylon which had 2 crowns. So we have the 1st crown and the 2nd crown.

(2) The Umayyad Caliphate (661-750 successor of the Rashidun Caliphate which sent Mecca’s message through the sword of Jihad and even expanded into Europe as the Umayyad Caliphate of Cordoba in Islamic Spain (929-1031). This one also had 2 crowns, 3rd crown and 4th crown.

(3) The Abbasid Caliphate (750-945 and 1258-1517) which is the successor of the Umayyad Caliphate. This was the 5th crown and 6th crown.

(4) The Fatimid Caliphate (910-1171) centered in biblical Phut (the Moors) in North Africa. This is the 7th crown.

(5) The Ayyubid  Caliphate (1171-1260) centered in Egypt (see Isaiah 19). This is the 8th crown.

(6) Almohad Caliphate (1147-1269). This is the 9th crown.

All these expansions were then taken by the greatest Islamic caliphate in history, the seventh:

(7) Ottoman Caliphate (1517–1923) which encompassed all and went to perdition, wounded becoming the “sick man of Europe” and then got its “deadly wound” and was swallowed by the earth. This is the 10th crown.

The revived empire (little horn) is the 11th crown.

  • magaforever

    I hope to see a mushroom cloud in mecca tomorrow

    • Tom_mcewen

      I don’t think that will stop anything but bring destruction to the west. An nuclear attack would be a signal to all the muslims in the west that time is short and the window to paradise is closing now and if a Muslim to is obtain paradise he must perform Jihad on non-believers today. Antoine de Saint- Exupery in his book The Wind and the Sand recounts the story of a sheikh who lived for 60 years peaceful under the french, but as his death came near and paradise was not assured but by Jihad, he invited all his military friends of long standing and their wives to a party where he cut all 60 throats and went to war. Jihad was necessary to obtain paradise. I would expect Muslim’s end of the war thought patterns to doom massive number of Westerners to death.

      • Grandmere

        Tom, watching those young men crawling on that white marble floor reminded me of their commandment to “crawl over ice” when the signal is given.

    • You started it all. Are you “American” by any chance?

      • magaforever

        Lol yep I’m just a white privileged islamophobic homophobic bigoted Christian ..shame on me for my whiteness

        • Just testing my racial profiling 😉

          • magaforever

            Lol but American isn’t a race that’s racist !!! Baaah!!!!

  • Wow, it’s all Satanic. Very interesting all the mimicking of biblical history both with the ancient Hebrews and early church.
    It get tedious reading all these very long, multi part names. Couldn’t they have a son and just name him Bob? 🙂
    Thanks for another good history lesson Walid. Is this the Saturday snack?

    • Now there’s a guy who I know read the whole article. The key is what one can extract just by analyzing two verses. What about if we analyze the whole of scripture?

    • Grandmere

      That would be Ali bin Al Shabob

      • Hahahahahahahaha. I am having regular (not holy charismatic chaos) laughter

        • Grandmere

          Are you ROFL?

      • Dang Grandmere. That slipped by me but you nailed it. They do have a Bob!

        • Grandmere


  • Trevor

    This is outstanding. I really appreciated the backstory and the history, and added further to what I have learned through research.

    The only question I have is…what is the connection between Disney’s Aladdin and Islam? I used to watch those movies when I was a kid.

    • Aladdin was 1992. You were a ‘kid’? You must be young as in not near 40.

    • Smith

      It takes place in the Islamic world is all

    • Grandmere

      The Muslim version of was most informative. Thanks, Chef.

      • It was designed with Grandmere in mind.

        • Grandmere

          I would pay a lot to see them run one of those on the President.

  • Smith

    Another excellent article Walid. I enjoy your “dissections” of the Islamic world very much.

  • Taurnil Oronar

    Man, was that ever helpful. But I’ll need to read it again and again cause there was a ton of stuff to digest, the brain kind of went numb with the lineage stuff but got the gist.

    • What you do is break it into 8 separate reads (1/8th per day) and read slowly and in a week it will all sink in and once it does … the light bulb turns on.

      • Ratliff

        English only Western minds struggle with Arabic names, as evidenced when a minor spelling change in a terrorist’s name knocks them off a no-fly list.

        It makes it more difficult to absorb, but it’s worth the effort.

        • Taurnil Oronar

          Yeah, I’d say that was my major difficulty, the names.

  • Ratliff

    I don’t know if you will (or I will) like what comes after. I don’t think there will be a cut and dried us- against-them scenario in the US. It seems like wishful thinking.

    • Aaaamericans. Give them 8000 words on Mecca and Prophecy and all these do is think of ways how they will blow it up when we told them in 8000 words that the Muslims will do the job.

      Pretty soon someone will pop up talking about throwing pig fat and all on Mecca …

      I must find that chip on the motherboard of their brain and clip it out once and for all. Have a pair of pliers by any chance?

      • Higlac

        Now that’s a really GOOD joke upon them and all too many of the rest of us Westerners!!!! Alas that we are so often like that…

      • Ratliff

        We are terribly ethnocentric and arrogant. We’ve had it too well for soooo long.

        • But still you guys are a lot better than the Europeans. Heck better than the Middle East where almost everyone thinks the Jews were behind everything, including the stampedes in Mecca.

      • Ratliff

        We should remember the lesson of the Titanic; they proclaimed it, “Unsinkable.”

        God HATES pride, and my beloved Ahhhhh-merica is very proud.

        That chip needs replacing, my friend. Please use a soldering iron; you don’t want to tear the traces.

        • I hated that movie. They focused on this fling and DiCrapio wasn’t worth watching, way over rated actor. Enjoyed watching him drown.

          • Ratliff

            I knew better than to watch it. There are great documentaries on it, though.

          • Ratliff

            You’re right, though; he IS terrible.

          • Ceirwyn

            (everyone enjoyed that; except the silly hormonal teen girls who spent the film sobbing.)

          • BC

            hahaha…..DiCap’s a Leftist Shmuck…he was darn good in The Revenant or whatever it was called. I bet you would be the one person to flip him though–if given the chance & ‘his’ undivided attention.
            Who knows, if Trump wins, perhaps we’ll have some “re-education camps” for the Leftist rats to attend….i kid….but good grief it sounds vindicating.

        • Nan

          The sinking of the Titanic was a Zionist plot. /sarc

      • Kevin Nicholson

        Ah Dear Walid! Thank-You for spending quality time with the Holy Spirit brother.

        “To the one who is victorious, I will grant the right to sit with Me on
        My throne, just as I overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne. He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches.” Revelation 3:21-22

        Amen indeed…

      • magaforever

        Lol I never said the Muslims wouldn’t do it..I just said I wanted to see that mushroom cloud

        • When it comes to mushrooms, I’d rather have cream of mushrooms, mushroom risotto, steaks toped with mushrooms … but a mushroom cloud? Must be a Meccan recipe.

          • magaforever

            Idk I don’t like mushrooms personally..but they’ve sure been asking for it.

      • Ratliff

        Falling cylinder?

        • Trevor

          Wow…her health is in worse shape than she is letting on. It seem there’s rumor online that she had thyroid cancer. She is clearly unfit to be running and I don’t know why her people aren’t telling her that unless they know if they cross that line, they are finding themselves in front of St. Peter at the pearly gate.

    • magaforever

      It’s simple ..we will just end up slaughtering all who oppose constitutional rule of law in America… We don’t want to have to kill them but sadly that’s what they are going to bring on themselves with threats of assault rifle bans and or confiscation..that bs just isn’t going to fly… especially considering Hillary and obama have sent so many fully automatic assault rifles to Muslims and cartel..the founding Fathers would have cut both their heads off

      • Ratliff

        It’s simple to think America is as unified as you portray it. I wish it were.

        • magaforever

          Lol ya that’s exactly why there will be war..bevause the arrogance of the liberals has almost reached its peak… The constitutionalists are superior to the weak deluded depraved minds of the liberals ..that’s why we will win ..we have true patriots and warriors as in our military vets that will lead us

  • Tom_mcewen

    Sorry but there is a difference between having a weapon and using it, fear physically stops your ability to think. You freeze, training will help, it is like having people shoot at you or having an engine fire, you have the emergency procedures strapped to your leg but doing them you first must not to be a slave to fear and recognized this is for real, that is hard. Don’t kid yourself.

    • magaforever

      Lol you don’t have to be a rambo to pull a trigger ..five year olds can kill people might be full of fear but you don’t know anything about me… Muslims aren’t warriors they’re cowards and savages that barely know how to shoot a gun … Average citizens have stood and fought in the absence of a righteous military all throughout history… If the military did its job and defended us from domestic terrorists lke the one in the white House then the citizens wouldn’t have to fight…but that’s what it’s going to be.

      • Tom_mcewen

        To kill a human being is difficult, the people in Paris did what ordinary people do they lie quietly and don’t think and don’t look, because it is natural to believe if you can’t see the enemy then he can’t see you and if you don’t look at him he will ignore as you ignore him. They died. You do not automatically react to deadly actions against you, you freeze, people die every day because they stepped in front of a car and driver locks his arms as he stares at them, instead of looking a way and steering away it is thoughtless target fixation. I am old and I know you were not in pleiku in 68 with me. The minute men was a military disaster. No I don’t know you and because of that I don’t trust you.

        • magaforever

          Lol like i said dude you don’t know anything about me…ya killing human beings might be hard but idc care about demon possessed sub human mongrels….I would love nothing more than to execute some sub human demon rapists and murderers…you know nothing about me..o can’t eait till that day comes … Maybe youre a combat vet but that doesn’t mean you’re Rambo or you know how everyone reacts or how I react … You may think you’re the only one around willing to pull a trigger but those are just delusions of grandeur and maybe old age setting in … I’m done reading your bs

          • Tom_mcewen

            Are you insane? What you going to stop and ask people if they are demon possessed before you shoot them. It is a fact of combat you don’t see the enemy and you surely don’t see the enemy who kills you. This is not Napoleon’s war. Sub human mongrels?

          • magaforever

            It’s not hard to spot a Muslim .. I’ll have to ask my uncle how he killed so many Muslims without seeing them lol what a stupid statement.

          • Tom_mcewen

            I think you are 12 years old, when exactly are going to shoot this sub human when he pushes you off the sidewalk, waves a sign in your face, spits on you? Your idea of history is ludicrous, Washington was in constant retreat, the founding fathers was in hiding, very few men served, brave but few. They won in the end because of French Admiral De Grass defeated the British at the battle of the Chesapeake in 1781 and the french troops with the Americans blockaded Cornwall. The very best tactical general on the American side was Benedict Arnold, he won the only battles of note against the British in eight years and he betrayed Washington. So you will kill the muslims and dance aside from aimed rifle fire from 15 football fields away, or 8 football fields away or 4 or when a 155mm shell fills a space of a football field with harden steel the size of butter knives travel at Mach two you will dance aside. You can kill just people in war, that is deemed murder, it is unlawful and comes back and bites you in the butt. The key to war for the American army since 1861 has been logistics and training, we win only because of that. Your uncle was a tip of the logistical chain to kill the enemy. A division of 12,000 men has a divisional slice of over 50,000 men to support it. The enemy is as wise as you and as brave as you. You would be dead, if they didn’t kill you the men in your unit surely would. Your uncle was maybe a good soldier but he is a replaceable part of a machine and he will tell you that.

          • magaforever

            Lol not exactly sure.. probably when all hell breaks loose..maybe I’ll never have to ..but I’ll be ready if do witness some sub human mongrels attacking innocent people .. but what I won’t do is say gee..I just shouldn’t even shoot at these guys I should just go run away like tom McEwen says i should because I’m just that 9/10 who runs away man youre right you know it all ..ya you know what I’d do in every situation in life don’t ya?? I wish I was that awesome

        • magaforever

          And I don’t really understand what your arguing for… So everyone should just run and hide because you’re the only one that can pull the trigger ?? Oh please save us all Tom what will we do without you telling us how everyone is afraid and unable to act and we have no chance?? With attitudes like yours the founding fathers would’ve said..” well guys 1/10 trained infantry won’t fire at the enemy let’s just give it up and let the British have it fighting is scary”

    • filomena seiffert

      You are so right! I always think the fear peralizes the victims. On the case of rape the b which in many cases is her death sentence.ig tragedy is the fear because if the woman think the best way is seize a moment and attack the rapist she would have more chance of survive the do nothing

      • Tom_mcewen

        The point I was trying to make is that humans are hard wired to react in certain ways to danger. The military says a moving target attracts the eye, so with a predator, your brain examines the threat and determines freezing is the best answer you freeze, a rape is an unexpected threat, never experienced with no pathways or actions worked to counter the rapist, same with guns, and any thing outside your training. You can practice so you know after the freeze and shock to do A, B, C,D…but you must know what follows the first threat, for me it was to yell at the top of my lungs then verbal say …do, then say….do, animals freeze as a safety measure but humans think so freezing is counter productive and gets you killed, but that is always no matter how short the reaction to unknown danger. Emotion is good it floods the body with peptides and these emotional peptides will trigger the body quicker then thought. We are used to lions, tigers and bears, not to machine guns, explosions, artillery fire and post evolutionary threats.

    • Grandmere

      I saw the movie “Sully” yesterday and he did exactly what you said. He kept his wits and never gave in to fear. Amazing.

      • Tom_mcewen

        It is very hard, with a gribbering fear filled monkey as a brain. You don’t have claw, fangs or muscles strong enough to rip off limbs, we aren’t natural predators. Flight then fight, but for us it will be death while flight. Flight 84? Was unusual because they knew they were dead and that death of hope was freedom to die in an assault. Hope will kill you.

        • Grandmere

          It was the landing on the Hudson river. What a piece of flying!

          • Tom_mcewen

            Yes, two minutes to do something remarkable, that the FAA examination will tell you were wrong you should of did thisor this. You had enough power or lift to do this or that. Every bureaucrats has to get his idea in of well if I had been there I would have done this, which as you clearly see was better then what you did, Captain. I always feel sorry for Cortez, he gave Spain an empire and spent the rest of his life being brought to court by lawyers for maybe you hid something. And Jesus wept.

  • AnthonyM

    Fascinating information, I had many misunderstandings.

    • You did Anthony? What are they?

      • AnthonyM

        I was one of the dummies who thought the divide was over Shia vs Sunni. And how Wahhabism fit in was not clear until now. I though all ‘reverent’ muslim did the self-flagelation during Ramadan.
        So I need to re-read, but there is no bloodline from Mohammed, just resentment that the other side ended the line?

        But very cool article. Congrats. Maybe others will learn from your message.

        • “I though all ‘reverent’ muslim did the self-flagelation during Ramadan. ”

          You meant to say “during Ashura”. There is no self-flagellation during Ramadan Anthony. You’re not gonna do well in your Islam catechism class Anthony. Stay Catholic 😉

          • AnthonyM

            ” you get to Stay Catholic” – That’s the best news I’ve had in a long while!

        • Raph Sebastian

          Bleeding during the islamic fasting would render the fast void.

          • AnthonyM

            I see, interesting point.

  • AnthonyM

    While the here audience is global in participation, note that tomorrow is 15th anniversary of 9/11 for the US. History Channel has an excellent movie on United Flight 93. And many others shows, so good to refresh ones memory.

  • Vinny Zee

    This article packs quite a historical punch. Certainly one would never learn from the media the difference between Sunni, Shia and Wahhabist. Very unique, in helping westerners, by comparing the Catholic/Protestant divide and biases with what happened with Islam.

    Regarding, “While Protestants reject Mary being the “mother of God” and “mother of the faithful,” they would never attribute such derogatory labels towards Mary or deny the Virgin Birth, except to Catholics Mary remained virgin and was assumed to heaven.” I think for Protestants, because of their fear of the unknown or being “infected with a paganism disease” from which they can’t escape, when they hear “Mother of God” they get these hairs that stand up on the back of their necks that tell them “Catholics believe Mary birthed the Trinity” or some other heresy. For them ultimately, it is a lack of historical understand and what the significance of the Theotokos is and means. I do believe however there are many who, out of ignorance because they don’t know what else to think about her, find it is better to “honor” Mary rather than “dishonor” her as a way of erring on the side caution, if nothing else.

    • “they get these hairs that stand up on the back of their necks that tell them “Catholics believe Mary birthed the Trinity” or some other heresy. ”

      I was that way when I was Muslim.

      • Vinny Zee

        I was speaking from experience. Fortunately for me I was raised Catholic. When I was away from the church, I was one of those evangelicals that wasn’t sure what to make of Mary because of the warring Catholic and Evangelical sides. So I rode that middle ground for years, “Is she all the Catholics say, but at the same time is she certainly more than the Evangelicals say?” Again, I turn to my thankfulness for my Orthodox brethren, who helped me to understand the Theotokos. Once I understood that, everything else fell into place, while I watched the evangelical position fall apart.

        • racarrera

          Your brothers thank you for your wisdom as well.

  • Tom_mcewen

    He was sheikh of a tribe in Algeria. He helped the french in conflicts between of culture land and custom and was rewarded with trust. This trust was gained over many years. He invited the military officers to his tribe to celebrate along with the military accoutrements of staff, the 60 sorry was the senior officers and wives, there were also junior officers and enlisted I didn’t count and before dinner was actually served his tribe fell upon them, parts his tribe immediately went to the military encampment, gained access and killed the garrison. He was of course killed in the french attack of revenge but that was expected and desired. This was in the 1920s. Trust is a two edged sword. This is the author of The Little Prince, he was killed in 1944 in a P38.

  • Taurnil Oronar

    Captain Jack Sparrow was nearby when it happened.

  • Tom_mcewen

    Walid, I am dizzy with the speed of events. We are told not to believe every prophecy we hear, but depend on the bishops and this advice serves me well. This is the year of mercy and as the Polish sister tells us, it will be followed in time with wrath. It is a theory of governments that nations that trade will not war, this has no historical backing, so we have Iran who believes Allah needs help with the end of history so they want a bomb to force the Mahdi to appear and we have Saudi Arabia and the small Satan and the big Satan. No one goes to war with the idea they will lose and the movie in Iran’s head is they will win because Allah will win. I do wonder about Yellowstone it is seriously over due with its 12 feet of ash over the crop land of America and God’s plan is to step on the world, not that he doesn’t have reason, 1,750,000,000 abortions is a good reason, I just don’t want to be here at the time. War seems as necessary as rutting is to a pig, if we as a species cannot have a War we will find a reason, peace makes us strange, too much quiet. I don’t know if there will be a war, but I seem to hear a band playing faintly in the distance.

  • Trevor

    Thanks for answering my question. Now it make sense. It has been years since I have seen Aladdin, but I vaguely recall there was the name of Allah uttered maybe once or twice.

    Disney went to great length to give us the cartoonish and ultimately watered down version of the Arabic version, apparently, and that does not surprise me one bit.

    You are right, reading some of the stories of people who have dabbled with the occult or witchcraft are enough to make the hairs stand on their ends. I have no wish whatsoever to engage in any kind of sorcery or witchcraft.

    • Ratliff

      Did you catch this? Once again, she is lifted off her feet by assistants. Also, what’s with the falling metal?

      • Trevor

        I replied to your earlier comment so I didn’t see that you had responded to me. It’s clear she is in far worse shape than her people are letting on. Read on Twitter this morning that she fainted during the 9/11 speech.

        • Ratliff

          Sorry, I wanted your input, so I tried to make sure you caught it. This election is anything but boring. I can’t wait to see what comes of it all. A presidential candidate that is literally falling apart at the seams, and they are running her anyway? These are crazy times, man.

          • Grandmere

            They are running her because she will do as she is told. Plain and simple.

          • susan

            Exactly Grandmere. Which is why her VP pick was so important. As her health fails they’ll need a good back-up in case she doesn’t make a full term. She seems to be deteriorating fairly quickly at this point.

          • In spite of all the evil this woman has been involved with I don’t have any joy that she is in this physical state. I wouldn’t wish it on anybody. I’d only be happy if she at this her end has a change of heart. I think she is in such bad shape she is about to crash and burn on the tarmac.

          • susan

            Absolutely pray for her change of heart. She’s ruthless. I have no compassion for her or her deceitful wicked deeds and i hope she’s never our President. Lots of people near her die. I hope they keep exposing every detail.

          • It’s highly likely Clinton has been dealing with symptoms for years. But it is advancing. And yet, rather than waking up she has continued her evil. Even approaching death and judgement has not turned her. It makes me afraid to watch this. But I don’t think she will be president. Her disintegration now is becoming too obvious. This must be known by her inner circle or those supporting her. So, I wonder what is their real goal. She would have done a face plant into the pavement this morning if security wasn’t there to grab her. She sleeps much of the day I have read. At some point will she be restricted to a bed?
            I’ve just heard a breaking news report: the democratic national convention is considering an emergency meeting to discuss replacing her as their candidate. Drum roll please.

          • susan
          • Lay_monk

            Modern presidents are better known for the time they spend on the golf course than the time they spend in the oval office. Their primary role these days is public relations and blind obedience to the highest bidder. This mostly consists in shaking hands, signing lobbyist mandates into law and reading from a teleprompter. Obama enthusiasts marvel at his intellect because unlike Bush he is able to read from a teleprompter. Hopefully Trump is elected and manages to reverse this modern trend. America needs a sovereign leader and patriot at the helm now more than ever, and for this they (we) must pray:

            1 Timothy 2:1-4Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition (DRA)

            2 I desire therefore, first of all, that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all men:

            2 For kings, and for all that are in high station: that we may lead a quiet and a peaceable life in all piety and chastity.

            3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour,

            4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come to the knowledge of the truth.

          • By ‘modern presidents’ you can only mean Obama. He may be the first who really doesn’t give a crap about people in America. There were a lot of presidents who over stepped the constitution. But this one is unique. I’ve never marvelled at Obama. I always saw him as a communist traitor. This election is going to be the big one. It is do or die time for the west. I’m afraid we are not winning and it is going to take divine intervention because our Lord as a humble servant is now King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Play time is almost over

          • Lay_monk

            Sorry, in my view, this crisis long precedes the Obama administration. Bush was a neocon war monger who grossly mismanaged the US’ foreign policy. Then you had Bill Clinton prior to that who repealed the glass-steagall act giving the worlds monopoly (money) men unchecked power.

            There was a watering down of presidential authority over the course of generations. Obama, or maybe Bill Clinton, was the completion of this special interest takeover. Hopefully Trump will mark the beginning of the end of it.

            I’m not anti-American! I love America and pray she has a Christian revival!

          • I down loaded an audio presentation of the ten best and worse presidents. Almost all of them at one time or another fell to the temptation to overstep the allowed constitutional authority. However some were much worse than others and this attraction to act like a dictator rapidly accelerated in the 20th century. It is not a pretty picture, showing the lust for power and domination over others residing in the human psyche.

          • Lay_monk

            If the topic interests you study up on the history of your Federal Reserve, which was established early in the 20th century (this is no coincidence). It’s a real eye opener.

            One film I watched on the subject was made by Aaron Russo, titled ‘From Freedom to Fascism’:

          • Yes, the creature from Jekyll Island! I first learned in 2008 this was not a bank owned and operated by the American people but by ‘off shore’ bankers. A cabal. This system has it’s tentacles stretched around the globe, infecting almost all countries. I’ve seen the Aaron Russo film. They didn’t like him very much. There shouldn’t be any doubt at the control this group exercises. Peter Schiff’s dad found out what Aaron Russo knew and he angered the IRS so much they had him thrown in prison for the rest of his days. Mr. Schiff died from cancer, shackled to a gurney in a prison hospital. These aren’t the friendly, local banker. These are killers who will finance both sides of a war. The Federal Reserve and IRS should be the first agencies to be dismantled, but they won’t be.

          • Lay_monk

            We must remember, no matter how powerful these men “seem” to be, God’s providence reigns supreme. Faithfulness and obedience to Christ and His bride (the Church) is the answer to our ills.

      • She is likely dealing with two extremely serious neurological conditions, both of which are fatal. I Can hardly wait to see what the real plan is here because this woman is barely functioning now. The powers behind her must know this. This is going to become a Weekend at Bernie’s soon. She is toast and they will go with Obama.

  • Juan

    The Wahhabis are surrounded by enemies in the Islamic world and they eventually will loose this war against Sufis and Shias.

    Sufism is quite strong in Turkey, northern Africa, the Balkans and Central Asia and will be the glue that will unite islam as already did during Ottoman Caliphate, when Sufi tariqas flourished like mushrooms (Qadiriya, Naqshbandiya as main Sunni tariqas and Bektashiya as Shia tariqa). Although the tariqas founders claim that sufism comes directly from false prophet Muhammad era it is only another false statement because sufism originated about XII th century beginning, just copying and deforming Christianity and Christian monastic orders (cf. “The Christianized islam” of Miguel Asin Palacios, a Roman Catholic priest) and copying also elements from India.

    In order to survive islam copied Christian, Hindu and Mazdeist elements and this syncretism leads to Sufism and Shia islam as well as to some books that are believed to be Arabic like “Kaila and Dimna” that in reality are of Hindu origin (just an Arabic version of Hindu “Panchatantra”).

    Just as Muhammad saw Lucifer and his mind mixed Bible stories commiting mistakes and deforming them (ex. Virgin Mary as Moses sister in “Imran’s family”, changing Isaac for Ishmael, etc.) the Muslims ever followed and follow the way of their model and they copy and deform Hindu, Mazdeist Persian and above all Christianism.

    Islam have the characteristics of ultimate heresy and sufi islam is the best candidate to One World religion because presents itself with a peaceful face and is open to syncretism. If Christianity transform itself in a social, humanitarian and equal to another monotheistic religions the Christians will deny the Cross of Jesus and will be easily absorbed by Sufism. The whole world will offer Cain’s sacrifice.

    It’s highly probable that Neo-ottoman sufi based Caliphate will attack Israel, obtaining support from neo-nazi groups in Europe that follow Rene Guenon’s teachings.

    Of course no one real Christian will be with this muslim empire but we cannot mix neither with the people of Talmud.

    Christianity needs Christian perspective and Christian geopolitics. Regarding Middle East we just have to help Christian Brothers and sisters in Jesuchrist.

    We have not to fear nothing about Israel because they know how to defend themselves (in a limit situation is Samson option) and because we must leave the Holy Spirit to act without human wishes and interest.

    As somebody wrote yesterday (I think was Trevor) the best option for the USA and the West regarding arab-israeli conflict is just do nothing. We have to focuse in Roman Catholic-Orthodox Union and in give help to Middle East Christians.

    Only the perfect humbleness of Jesus on the Cross saves. We just need to rebuild Christendom and let another things in God’s hands.

    • Trevor

      Actually, Sufism claim to predate Islam, all the way back to the Egypt’s mystery school of esotericism.

      The worst part about Sufism is how it supposedly respects some important figures in the Christian’s faith.

      Take a look at this line – ” In reality Christ was not a Christian nor was Mohammed a Muslim, they were Sufis.” Cannot get any blasphemous than this.

  • Thanks Sarah. Now you know what Muslim hate is all about. Stay away from this Pakistani Muslim.

  • Tamam=excellent. Good Arabic James.

  • Ratliff

    Walid wrote an amazing article you might consider searching out from the archives here. The ark of the covenant was a forshadowing of Mother Mary, the true Ark.

  • Vinny Zee

    I wish your sentence was clearer so I could understand exactly what it was you were trying to say. However, I have a feeling you are saying Catholics worship Mary like God? I’m not sure if you read all of Walid’s article or understood what I was trying to say either. The point I was making is that we get accused of worshiping Mary, which we don’t. However, despite that, it seems as though you are saying we worship Mary; to which I will respond again, We Don’t. One must fully understand the church’s teaching of the Theotokos. If they don’t then they will either dismiss Mary or accuse Catholics of worshiping Mary; both positions which are wrong. Blessings be unto you my sister.

    • Trevor

      Last night was the Feast of Mary’s Nativity (don’t shoot me if I get the wrong terminology) and I went to Mass. Beautiful devotion to her, asking her for intercession and to pray for us poor, exiled children of Eve.

      • susan

        It appears you’ve found a wonderful traditional catholic church for your family Trevor..I’m glad! 🙂

        • Trevor

          The name of the parish is St. Mary’s Catholic Church. 🙂

          And not quite traditional. It is “norvo ordo”….

          • susan

            Well, one has to start somewhere. And if they’re celebrating Feast Days that’s a happy sign. Will you be attending RICA classes soon?

          • Trevor

            I have gone to orientation. Will go to St. Jude Wednesday for another session. Please pray that God provides a way where my wife don’t need to work and she can learn alongside me.

          • susan

            Okay Trevor. But one of those ways might be losing her job. His ways aren’t our ways. 😉

          • Trevor

            There’s a misunderstanding here. My wife doesn’t want to have to interpret for me, that’s what I meant by “working.” She wants to be my wife and sit with me and learn together as a couple. That’s been our biggest challenge in our area. Too many people depend on her to communicate with me in spite of my fairly average ability to lip-read and talk (though I talk funny).

          • Grandmere

            You are from the South. We all “talk funny”.

          • Trevor

            Well, I don’t always enunciate words right and my wife says I have the bad habit of adding “d” to words, making it difficult for people to understand.

          • Grandmere

            As long as you don’t talk like a Yankee you will be okay. XO

          • Trevor

            Born in the south (North Carolina), spent my formative years in Rhode Island (Yank), and now a Virginian. So, that makes me a mutt. 😉

          • susan

            Ahh. Okay. So you’re hoping for another interpreter? Or an improvement in your lip reading skills? 😉

          • Trevor

            Another interpreter.

          • susan

            ok. That would be awesome Trevor. I pray it happens.

      • racarrera

        You were correct. It was her birthday, or what Orthodox and Catholic celebrate as her entrance to the world. And she deserves the ceremony as Queen Mother to the Lord.

        • Trevor

          Thanks! And it was awesome when the cantor would sing part of the Hail Mary and we would response with, “Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of death, pray for us sinners. Amen.”

      • Vinny Zee


        Beautiful words my brother. I am glad you are learning for yourself the difference between asking the Most Holy Theotokos for intercession vs. “worshiping her.” I am sure as you are learning the significance of the second Eve, her obedience and life and that she is among the saints, you will find much comfort in turning to her and all the saints to intercede on our behalf.

        It is interesting that when Protestants tell me, “Catholics worship Mary and pray to dead saints,” I do not get mad, but the interesting part, is that they don’t believe me when I tell them we do not. I was actually thinking today, what is the protest of today’s protestants? I will honestly put forth that when I spent years within Protestant/Baptist circles (and a short sting within Pentecostalism) it was really to look for and be among the original church. I wanted to find that church of Acts. Fortunately for me, and not many have this experience, I was born into it and after meeting so many of my wonderful Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic brothers and sisters, I learned the reality of my roots and the Church founded by Christ. Often times my evangelical brothers ask me since I left if I’ve found a church? My response (though I hope I always season it with grace) is that I tell them “No, I have found the Church.” There is a difference.

        Back to the protest of today’s protestants. What are they protesting? Many of them do not know and even more do not even understand what it was all about. Most do not know their roots. They unwittingly think their church is the church in Acts. I know the Pentecostals think this. I was one of them. I often want to hug my evangelical brothers when I hear the anti-Catholic ignorance they spew. They do not know any better. I call their arguments the protestant rabbit holes. They always have one they are trying to send us down. We as Catholics have to be careful not to let them set themselves up as coming from the position of truth and we are the ones chasing them. We must listen carefully to their bias, understand what it is (though most of it is incoherent as the lady who responded to me earlier revealed) and try and carve out the issue so that we can respond. Some of them are like lawyers who ask compounding questions (savvy journalist do this too.)

        Finally, all need to be careful, but Marcionism is making a come back in a big way. It is being hidden in the “Paul only” and “Paul’s gospel” heresies. I think Joseph Prince may be one of them. I had a friend that was heavy into his stuff and as I examined it I found it heavily laden with the Marcionite heresy. It is basically that Paul had a secret gospel that God revealed to him and is thus where you see Paul saying, “as my gospel declares” these heretics run after the old Marcionite heresy. There are all sorts of Gnostic heresies making a comeback, but this seems to be the one catching my attention the most. I don’t think I can say anymore on Arianism, because brother Walid has made the rise of that heresy abundantly clear in this article.

        Anyway my friend, we are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses. Let us run the race to the end so that we may attain to the prize for which we have been called home in Christ Jesus. Lastly, Rejoice o’ virgin Theotokos, Mary, full of grace the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of they womb, for thou has borne the savior of our soul.

        • Dan Knight

          Well said vinny

  • concerned american

    Walid, it seems every article you post adds on to previous articles…. With reminders of past information. And God’s signature is present in each one.

    You truly have been sent to awake us virgins from slumber. Thank you.

  • Taurnil Oronar

    In the case of chromium you can just print the page to a PDF.

  • LJW

    “This is crucial. This means that the Islamic beast is made of mainly
    non-wahhabism and non-Arab and is why we see the Arab (Sheba and Dedan)
    stand idle by the wayside during the invasion of Israel (Ezekiel 38:13).” Somehow I am under the impression that most Mid Easterners are Arab. What is their nationality if not Arab? Please someone inform my ignorance.

    • Trevor

      “What is their nationality if not Arab?”

      We, as Westerners, have got to move past nationality. Nation-state is actually post Middle Age idea. Middle Easterners are more tied to tribes than nation-state, and that is why in the last two years, academic debate have focused on the Sykes-Picot as being responsible for the current crisis in the Middle East (it is not, it’s the reversal of it that is responsible for the crisis) and who gets the blame for the Sykes-Picot? The West.

      • LJW

        Thank you Trevor, I am part Polish, English, Irish, Black Dutch etc. So I am looking for a mix I guess. Your explanation makes sense and I will view them as single entity tribes in the future. I must also reread the Sykes-Picot, it has been awhile. Thank you again.

        • Trevor

          Here’s a kicker…the word “arab” in the Bible means “to mix.” Food for thoughts.

          • LJW

            Oh my gosh, I think I remember Walid speaking of this in his book “God’s War on Terror.” Thank you for the reminder. I am not sure if I am remembering this correctly or not, but I believe Walid said, if you add one letter to the word Arab, like an a maybe, the word becomes locust. I will have to look this up to make sure.

          • Trevor

            ‘arab’ to mix –

            Also, ‘arab’ could also mean to to take on pledge, give in pledge, and exchange.

            Interesting, isn’t it?

          • LJW

            Wow! I am stunned at how much prophecy this one word carries and fulfills. Thank the LORD, He leaves nothing unexplained and there is no guessing with His Word. Great tidbit, I will write this info in my Bible, also, thank you very much for the websites.

          • Trevor

            You are welcome and happy to help a fellow pilgrim.

    • Grandmere

      Just look at Assad’s blue eyes. All those fair haired Turks, Syrians and Kurds. Iranians are Aryans.

      • LJW

        Thank you Grandmere, I appreciate this information, it is helpful and I will re-calibrate my thoughts on ethnic mixing.

      • racarrera

        Yes, but in Assad’s case, my money would say he’s Circassian or even Eastern European by descent. He has the cranial features of a lot of Albanians I know.

  • susan

    All these different flavors and layers and divides are starting to make sink in and make sense Walid! It’s an Islamic smorgasbord with a few flambés tossed in for a full measure of judgment. And that brings up another question. Some of these Catholic prophecies aren’t going to necessarily fit the way we think they may. We need a middle eastern chef examining their recipes. ;). I hope you have time to examine a few some day and give us your opinion.

  • Trevor

    I have used this website to convert my own blog post into PDF for my friends to read at their leisure. Just follow the direction, it’s self-explanatory.

    • racarrera

      That’s a really handy feature.

      • Trevor

        Most definitely. That’s how I was able to send you some of my blog posts in PDF. Saves my fingers.

        • racarrera


  • We know the outcome indeed. The issue is what happens in between so we can be prepared with oil in the lamp sister Sarah.

    And as the earth still turns and we’re still alive, we will always have a ‘sequel’ 🙂

  • filomena seiffert

    After reading the whole thing my attention was caught on the fact Aisha was able to raise war on the Muhammad’s heirs and have her father in his place. It shows me Muhammad did not slaved woman as much as his follower do in these days. He was a child molester, rapist, robber, assassin but woman may had some decision power in his devilish empire.

  • Kamau41

    “God has zero trouble with the hatred of evil. This demands a “divide and conquer”. This is another absolutely outstanding, masterful, facinating, incredibly well researched piece brother Walid. You have delved very deep into the historical, geographical and prophetic connections of the Sunni-Shia alliance while focusing specifically on the Saudi Wahhabist vs. the non Wahhabist divide and Islamic sects. You have showed clearly ironclad evidences of the developing Turkey-Iran alliance, which we definitely see happening today and the setup of the eventual destruction of Saudi Arabia/Muslim nations. World War III is upon us as we are indeed seeing all of the prophetic pieces continue to align and fits perfectly like a glove.

  • Tom_mcewen

    It doesn’t go away, it was years before I stopped picking points to roll to if a LMG opens up. Almost 50 years later I was a Czech Army day and while waiting in line I heard the sound of a spoon leaving a hand grenade, I grabbed the shoulders of the man standing before me know and dropped pulling him over my body. They were demonstrating by setting off grenades unbeknownst to me in sand bag pits, I just unthinking reacted, the guy was not happy when he worked what I had done. As Elizabeth use to say to me stop looking at people you are scaring them.

  • filomena seiffert


  • AnthonyM

    On a Mac you can print to a PDF file, or on Windows install the free ‘Cute PDF which shows up as a printer, and you can print to it to save the file as PDF.
    Also, the site now supports Reader Mode, so you can get just the condensed ‘soup to nuts’ of the article to keep the file size down.

  • Grandmere

    It’s like being pregnant.

    • Trevor

      Oh, how many trips to the delivery room, only to become false alarms? I have to laugh…

      • susan

        lol. That reminds me of when I was pregnant many moons ago. After driving a long way to the hospital, they told me I wasn’t in labor and to go back home and wait. They said I wasn’t dilating. Finally one nurse looked at me intently and decided to hook me up to a monitor and sure enough I was having strong regular contractions. ;D. Of course that wasnt the end. My son and I still had a lot to go through before we came to our exciting end. lol

        • Trevor

          My first wife and I must had made like 10 trips to the hospital because she was having so much contractions, but each time, the OB/GYN sent us back home. Finally, he induced her because she had dilated enough. Wish we had just waited a bit more until the baby was ready.

          • Nan

            You probably know this so please pardon me if this is redundant. You mentioned that you and your wife signed up for RCIA and I assumed that you’re both protestant? You’ve read a lot, so I assume you know that as you go through RCIA, if you haven’t already done so, you need to find out whether your marriage was sacramental by seeking a decree of nullity, commonly referred to as an annulment. If you have, that’s great, but if it’s necessary, I didn’t want it to be a surprise.

          • Trevor

            I’m aware of those, thank you.

    • Nan

      My sister is dying of cancer and was muddled a few days ago, telling her caregiver that she didn’t think labor would hurt so much.

  • Flame blue

    One video shows men barking like wolves and the other, men crawling like snakes, perturbing how these people cannot understand that they worship Satan. It’s explained as a spiritual blindness. How can Islam expand in civilised countries, it has to be imported into our nations to conquer them.

  • Trevor

    Actually, I find Sufism to be Freemason.

    • Lay_monk

      I’ve always found the wording of this Scripture curious (it’s stated twice in the same manner):

      “Revelation 3:9

      9 Behold, I will bring of the synagogue of Satan, who say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie. Behold, I will make them to come and adore before thy feet. And they shall know that I have loved thee.”

      Unfortunately a small minority of Christians infected with this “anti Jew obsession” that’s rampant among Muslims and conspiracy theorists in general, continue to reference this quote and claim the Jews are “God’s” (with a capital G). The insinuation is that this world would be a Christian utopia if we simply wiped out every Jew on the planet when we had the chance. That’s what they are saying whether they want to admit it or not.

      I don’t believe that about the Jews nor do I believe it about Muslims. My regret when it comes to Islam is that by the time we gained full spectrum dominance over them we’d already lapsed from the Faith, and bestowed a watered down form of Christian “secularism” onto them instead of the true Faith. If we had gained ascendancy when unified as One Faith, we would’ve accomplished in Islam what we achieved in the South Americas by the grace of God.

      The wording of that Scripture cited above is precise, those of the synagogue of Satan who claim to be Jews and are NOT.

      I admit this could be interpreted in one of two ways. In the same way I admit that there is no such thing as an “impeccable” nation or people in this fallen world. Christianity just offers us the best that’s humanly possible for fallen man whatever our failings i.e. our own human failures (God has given Christians the grace and means necessary to be saints).

      The point is that this passage is left open to “interpretation.” Even if “the” Antichrist does prove to be a Jew, it doesn’t mean that “all Jews” are guilty by association. Christian history has enjoyed a wealth of Jewish converts, and the ancient Hebrews held the Faith prior to the New Covenant. The Hebrew peoples have scribed, protected, and preserved the Sacred Scriptures almost exclusively.

      • Trevor

        Here’s something to think about.

        I want to ask you this, why is it the Jews are banned from animal sacrifices yet the Muslims continue? To me, they are of the synagogue of satan. Many of the earlier convert to Islam were Jews. Many of the practice of Islam mirrors of the Jews, just like Catholics-Orthodox inherited many Jewish practices.

        • Lay_monk

          Interesting observation…

          This isn’t an area I’ve studied in depth, but if memory serves me correctly, the Jews haven’t offered animal sacrifices since their Holy Temple was destroyed by pagan “Rome” in 70AD.

          No Holy Temple, no animal sacrifices. That’s how important and sacred this Temple is to the Jews.

          If you do an internet search you’ll find plenty of articles on the push within Israel to rebuild the Holy Temple. It’s a “hot topic” among those who believe the Antichrist will be a Jew and reign from Israel.

          If I’m not mistaken the object standing in their way is a Muslim Mosque. They’ll need to destroy this Mosque, or another Muslim landmark, to rebuild the Holy Temple.

          Can you imagine what a political and media firestorm this action would cause around the world?

          There is plenty of info about this online if you look into it. Both Christians and Muslims claim the God of Abraham as you know, that’s why we see a Jewish influence in both Islam and Christianity.

          • Trevor

            Yes, I’m aware of the return of the Sanhedrin and their push for a reconstruction of the Temple. They have everything ready except the actual physical Temple.

            I think they are not going to have it happen.

            There was an article written by a Sufi playboy in Turkey, Walid knows who I’m referring to, and he claimed in his column that the mosque on the Temple Mount was actually open to all, including the Jews. Something to keep in mind.

            Also, there appears to be controversy about the actual location of where the 2nd Temple stood.

          • Lay_monk


            I agree that rebuilding this Temple is a pipe dream in our current social and political climate. Islam is rising.

            Have you studied Sufism in detail? If so, have you contrasted it with its western sister, theosophy?

            I’ve read various western writings that would fall into the western genre of theosophy. I’ve studied almost nothing on Sufism outside of a few general introduction articles (before my authentic Christian conversion.)

            How do you think they fit together? By that I mean, what’s the future of Sufism/Theosophy in the West in the lead up to this Ottoman revival and what role will it play upon this revival?

            Maybe these questions are a bit too heavy for a disqus discussion! hahaha

          • Trevor

            I have studied Sufism from a mix of academic and theological views.

            In light of this, take a grandeur at this article and read the first paragraph about the Mahdi and ask yourself, “Doesn’t this sounds exactly what the Antichrist is gonna do?”


          • Lay_monk

            It certainly does!

            Walid’s research and the on the ground realities around us fit like hand in glove as far as I can tell when it comes to Islam.

            The West itself is still so far from Christ and Christendom though (as peoples and nations). I have no idea what it’s going to take to shake us out of this trance. We’ve been thoroughly brainwashed with atheistic sciences, perversity in our media, religious syncretism, and anti-Christian bigotry. It’s hard to imagine our Christian revival.

            I’ve got a feeling it’ll be an eleventh hour resurgence, and in the end, it’ll be God Himself who saves mankind! 🙂

          • Trevor

            That would be inline with Christ’s words.

            I had to look up Theosophy and remembered that Thomas King exposed that movement as heretical and blasphemous. Theosophy is the godmother of the Pentecostal/Charmastic movement. I experienced those myself and can tell you I think Sufism would be appealing to the Theosophical members. Sufism again comes through as a perfect vehicle for Antichrist as it appeals to many, claiming that there are more than one way to God.

            I think I may have an essay on Sufism on my laptop at home and I’ll see if I can convert it to PDF and send it to you for reading.

          • Lay_monk

            When we get into the realm of Gnosticism, in whatever form it takes, it really is all the same thing in essence. Call it Sufism, Freemasonry, Theosophy, New Thought, Kabbalah, Hermeticism, Tantra, or anything else. They can be synchronised into one.

            There is Christ’s universal Faith and standard, and there is Satan’s synchronistic subjective faith and standard.

            Prior to my Christian conversion I genuinely thought I was onto something when studying all these “complimentary” spiritual teachings! Then later realised the only thing I was onto was Satan! hahaha

            Thanks, I’d appreciate that read.

          • Trevor

            Hey, check this out…it made my stomach turn…


          • Juan

            Make sense brother… somebody in this meeting believe in Jesuchrist?

            The One World religion based on Kabbalah-Sufism-Freemasonry Gnostic principles is being implemented. The most worrying is that Roman Catholic Church last Popes are collaborating with this One World religion, as you can see searching on Google about Assisi interreligious meeting lead by John Paul II, the Koran kissing pope. Do you think that Tony Blair and the Bush family highly appreciated John Paul II for nothing?

            Some Roman Catholic Italian priests have studied deeply this issue.

          • Lay_monk

            Leaders around the world in general, much like the average westerner nowadays, is naive and detached from reality, to put it mildly.

            A “false peace” and a new Muslim Caliphate are in the works.

            The master doctrine of Islam is taqiyya.

          • Juan

            Exactly Trevor, for them there are more than one way to God… for them every way that deny Jesus is a valid one.

          • Juan

            I am sorry to enter in your conversation, Trevor and Lay_Monk, but you are talking about very interesting issues.

            Trevor, I think the Synagogue of Satan is the Synagogue of Satan clearly depicted in Saint John’s Revelation… just Satan’s franchise opened also a mosque.

            Under the information coming from the media, we Christians tend to think that Judaism and Islam are in continue war and have a deep hate one to each other. That is not the reality and they just have the problem of “Palestinian’s land” (really Arabs), Jerusalem and the mosque or the temple. Despite this they share a lot of things in common, being the principal the denial of Jesuchrist as Savior.

            Islam is like a return to Old Testament mentality after Jesus. Rigid monotheism based on a distant God that is not a Father, iconoclasm, spirituality based on a Law and books, etc.

            Animal sacrifices are practiced by muslims and Judaism will return to this practice when the temple will be rebuilt (haven’t been abolished). We have to note also that kosher and halal ritual slaughter are just the same.

            Islam and Jews have cooperated before on History, being the best example the Muslim invasion of the Iberian Peninsula in 711 AD.

            Sufism match perfectly with Freemasonry and its Great Architect of the Universe and also with theosophy and esoteric-initiatic orders appeared in the West during the last three centuries of collapse of Christendom. Sufism can be the glue for a Universal Caliphate and may be even for a peace agreement between Arabs and Jews.

            Muhammad and islam were born from a Gnostic Judeo-Christian sect called Ebionites. Lucifer used the false prophet to transform Ebionism in a Universal religion capable to fight against Christianity.

            Ebionites based their teachings in the denial of Jesus divinity and the importance of Jewish law to be saved. Islam just deny Jesus redemptive sacrifice and return to the Law.

            I think it is a possibility that after the war against Wahhabism and terrorism the Antichrist will present himself to the World like a man of peace (a peace without Christ, a false peace) uniting Kabbalah, Sufism and Gnostic Judeo-Christian sects and proclaiming also peace between Arabs and Jews and an agreement regarding the Temple.

            Judeo-Christian Gnosticism (Judaizing and denial of Jesus sacrifice) was chronologically first and it is on the origin of islam.

            We are Christian and not Gnostics, we serve Rome and not Jerusalem. Let them sacrifice halal and kosher, let them to have dreams about a World Caliphate or the Third temple. We must focuse into fight heresy inside Roman Catholic Church, search Union with Orthodoxy and protect our nations from invasion. Adonai will not allow this Caliphate and it will be defeated. Adonai protects the Jewish people and we are not authorized by Him to prosecute them, but we have to let the chastisement on His hands.

            I think we cannot mix Spiritually with people that deny Jesus redemptive sacrifice, no matter if they are Jews, Muslims, Gnostics or Pagans. We must pray for them and not with them. In another issues that doesn’t involve Rome’s interests just let them do without our intervention.

            We have a big work cleaning the Church and trying to unify It.

            Christus Vincit!

          • Lay_monk

            Juan, the dominating attitude among devout Muslims towards Jews is “pure hatred.” Muslims are at the ‘head’ of the Anti-Jew fanaticism in this world! 🙂

            The two most demonised tribes in this world are Jews and Catholics. The Jews are as demonised as ever in Islam, and they are as demonised as ever in the West via alternative media platforms. (Obviously they are deified in our mainstream culture because they enjoy high standing in our financial, political and media realms.) The Orthodox are frequently demonised as well and lumped in the the Catholics. But enemy number 1 in Christendom is and has always been the Catholic Church. That’s simply a fact.

            I’m embarrassed by that small minority of Christians who buy into this nonsense that the Jews guilty of crucifying Christ (who died for ALL our sins) and every other evil in this world by association. I am SO glad you aren’t one of those who spread that nonsense around.

            You offer us a “balance perspective” based on your own thorough research on these areas.

            We recognise there are many antichrists in this world. We ourselves rub shoulders with antichrists on a daily basis! All who reject Christ is the Son of God is antichrist by definition. Our purpose isn’t to demonise every person who rejects Christ. Our calling is to evangalise them.

            That’s why I find it hard to believe there will ever be a “true peace” between Islam and Israel.

            I am aware that the Jews have allied with Islam throughout history, we can see this now with the moves of men like Soros, and that the militant Talmudic Jews look softly upon Muslims while detesting Christians.

            On that note, I can see Israel being deceived into this “false peace” of the Antichrist. I just can’t see it very lasting long! hahaha

            As you noted, with perfect accuracy, God’s chastisements are coming upon Israel and they will be saved by Jesuchrist Himself.

            Thanks for your valuable contributions to the conversation brother.

            Christus Vincit!

          • Forgive me for butting in but I love to throw in curve balls whenever I can muddy the waters.:) It is very possible and I think likely that what is called ‘the temple mount’ where the mosque is located is not the temple mount. This was the location of the Roman fortress of Antonio. Remember what the Lord said about the temple? Not a stone will be left upon a stone. So what is the wailing wall? Clearly not a part of the temple complex. So, the mosque may not be significant in the end.

          • Lay_monk

            This is an open and public forum. There is no such thing as butting in her! hahaha

            Trevor noted that there is a dispute about the actual location of the Temple. You could be spot on.

            Have you been able to verify if this has been confirmed? Or is the location still being debated within Israel?

            This is honestly the first I’ve head about the Temple location being disputed. It’s really not an area I’ve studied beyond the basics.

          • Trevor

            You are also right that the Jews hasn’t offered animal sacrifices. In fact, Tom McEwen shared how the Talmud recorded that for 30 years, God constantly rejected every sacrifices after Christ’s Ascension. So, the Talmud actually acknowledged the prophecy of Malachi that God will reject the animal sacrifices in favor of Christ’s once and for all offering at the Cross.

            Second, the Talmud was written in an attempt to completely discredit Christ as the Messiah and to fool the Jews in waiting for another Messiah to come. I will need to reread the Epistle of Barnabas again, but he made it clear that when the Jews rejected Christ, they lost everything. When Christ announced that the Temple would be cast down, He was indeed talking about His body, and at the same time, He was signalling to the followers that the actual building would be destroyed, which happened in 70A.D. That’s why in the Olivet Discourse, when Christ warned, “When you see the armies surrounding Jerusalem,” it was time to skedaddle. Josephus in his works, confirmed that Christians escaped the Siege of Jersualem before the Temple’s destruction. In the future, we may see another Siege of Jerusalem, and this time, it would be to target the apostolic Christians that resides in Jerusalem.

            Yet, we know from the Church’s position that the gift and calling of God are irrevocable and that at Christ’s coming, there will be mass conversion. At the same time, it is encouraging to have read here and there that there has been and continue to be Jews coming into the Church and being converted.

            When that Kabbalist Jew wrote a book where he completely went against the Talmud and announced Jesus as the Messiah, it sent shock wave as that Jew was highly respected in Israel.

            We are seeing Christians apostatizing from the Faith and converting to Islam, atheism, what have you. We are also seeing Muslims apostatizing from their faith and converting to Christianity, atheism, what have you.

          • Lay_monk

            It is such a crazy, wild and wacky time to be alive! hahaha

            Unfortunately most of the Christians who are apostatising and converting to Islam have failed to do their homework. They are judging the faith by those who proclaim it instead of digging deeper into the depth and richness of its actual teachings and her superior historical achievements (before this modern falling away). They are limiting their study and understanding to the “superficial.”

            Christ, the Logos, God the Son, is perfection Himself! What the Sacred Scriptures and Church teach about the holy sacrament of marriage compared to Muslims (or any other religion) for example is sublime! There is no “four wives,” no “child brides,” or any other perversity!

            In my experience, the majority of westerners I’ve come into contact with either believe “all religions lead to God” or they are militant anti-God atheists. Those truly devout for one particular religion above all, Christian or otherwise, are the smaller minority between these two extremes.

            At my Catholic school we had at least one Muslim in my year. I know this because we were friends. He was a secularised Muslim though. I’m not sure that he had outright rejected the faith, but I am sure he didn’t follow any of its religious practices outside of not drinking (although he did go through a period when he was a social drinker for a while).

            I once asked him about Sufism when interested in Gnostic type teachings, and he responded with disdain towards it.

            Another thing I remember about him, and didn’t understand till “after” my Christian conversion, is that he was incapable of letting go of grudges. If he felt wronged by someone, he would hate them to the core of his being 20 years later as much as he did the day after the incident happened. This was strange to me, coming from a Catholic school upbringing where everything was “mercy, mercy, mercy” “forgive, forgive, forgive!” hahaha

            We lost contact well and truly before my authentic Catholic conversion, so I never got the opportunity to dig into these issues with him. During our friendship I was in the “all religions lead to God” pool! hahaha

    • Juan

      Yes Trevor, is quite similar to Freemasonry as is based on Gnosis and initiation levels. Just biggest sufi fraternities enforce Sharia, but anyway there are also syncretic ones.

      Sufism mix islam with Gnostic elements and present itself as peaceful and with a lot of empty rethoric about how they respect Jesus, but of course denying His Sacrifice on the Cross and the Redemption of humanity through It.

      Satan loves disguises and sometimes he represent himself as Gabriel, sometimes as Great Architect of the Universe.

  • Lay_monk

    We should also note that there are are heretical orders that are “disguised” in Christian garbs too. Examples: Science of Mind, Christian Science, Unity Church, and A Course In Miracles, to name a few. Each of those named have millions of adherents.

    I was mixed up in this sort of Gnostic pagan babble, among other things, before finally sitting down to study the New Testament cover to cover for the first time.

    It didn’t take long to realise everything I’d studied prior to this was ANTICHRIST! hahaha

    God’s best to all our brethren in the Faith here from the east and the west.

    • Juan

      Sadly, all this Pseudo-Christian and Neopagan movements are very strong in West Europe and it’s projections in another continents, like USA, Canada, Downunder, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and another American countries (if people is of European descent Freemasonry support European witchcraft and paganism and if is more native American support indigenism and pre-hispanic demons).

      All this movements share a Gnostic basis that appeals to human pride just in the same way the serpent convinced Eve and Adam. If Jesuchrist isn’t in our lives we are the old man and not the new man. Refusing Jesus sacrifice the old man trust in himself and in human or diabolic laws (Talmud, Koran and Hadiths, Old pagan rituals) and eventually comes to Gnosis (Kabbalah, Sufism, Freemasonry, Theosophy, Paganism or Pseudo-Christian Gnosis).

      Satan’s intention is to take humanity to One World Government and One World Gnostic Religion under Antichrist’s power. On the opposite Christianity will find its highest level in the coexistence and cooperation of different nations and races under One Holy Catholic Apostolic Orthodox Church.

      The West and the Roman Catholic Church are the most infiltrated by Freemasonry and the most corrupted by paganism-gnosticism, self-hate, masonic social engineering and false humanitarianism, therefore if we are under strongest Satan’s attacks this is not a bad sign but a good one. We just have to preserve a little light of strong Faith and wait with patience because barbarians are coming (indeed barbarians are ruling the West since 1776 & 1789).

      I think is of vital importance for the future the way that will take Anglo-Saxon World, it’s cooperation with Spanish-Portuguese speaking countries, with Russia and the regeneration of France (this country is going to suffer the most, I think).

      If USA would come back to British Monarchy (having self-government but under English king/queen) and the British Monarchy would come back to the Catholic Church (it will be easier removing Absolutist Papacy and Uniting with Orthodoxy) it will be a great thing for Christendom.

      Sometimes I think that just a Colombian-Mexican-Cuban alliance helped by Spain could enter Northern Africa from Morocco and conquer Egypt while the Russians recover Constantinople to Christianity.

      Sadly England is no way controlled by Christians but by Gnostics that are supporting not only Wahhabism but also the Muslim Brotherhood and sufism just as they helped Ottomans against Russia in XIX th century wars. British Monarchy isn’t protecting Christendom but Islam and is even destroying Anglo-Saxon people.

      The philosophy of British elite seems to be the same of Richard Burton’s book “The Jew, the Gypsy and el Islam” where Islam is depicted in the most favorable way (Richard Burton was also initiated as sufi).

      We, the western Europeans, are being brainwashed to come back to paganism, to matriarchy, etc. at the same time we accept muslim invasion… seems to be contradictory but it isn’t because the only definitive goal of the devil is to take souls for him and eradicate Apostolic Christianity.

      Today one billion of muslims around the World are involved in animal sacrifices to what they think is God but is satan. For the adversary doesn’t matter the way you do it but just forget Jesuchrist death on the Cross and His Sacrifice… you can transform in wiccan, muslim, Scientologist, Buddhist, convert to Talmudic Judaism, just forget Jesus and the Eucharisty and turn like Adam and Eve (old man) instead living in Jesus for the real Glory of God.

      God’s best to every Christians and may us remain humble and strong in the Lord! 🙂

      • Lay_monk

        You covered much, and it was drawn directly from the soul. Thank you for sharing brother. The purity of your faith and your zeal does inspire me.

        We have a slightly different understanding in areas. You are Orthodox leaning as you noted, whereas as I’m purely Catholic when it comes to our established doctrines 🙂

        Again, I love the Orthodox Church and pray for unity, and don’t state that to be divisive. It’s simply truth.

        The first time the story of Adam and Eve and Genesis “hit me,” it really did knock my socks off!

        I WAS Adam in the Garden! I took that luscious looking fruit and believed that salvation would be found by partaking in its apparently harmless delights!

        Reading the New Testament for the first time was such an extraordinary and convicting experience! Extraordinary because I knew EXACTLY what the “antichrist” and “false prophet” references meant from firsthand experience! Convicting because it was the first time I was SLAMMED in the face with God’s moral LAWS! Christ doesn’t mince words in the Gospels! hahaha

        Then I later read Genesis and that sealed the deal! It was the icing on the cake! For the first time ever, the fall of man, and the condition of fallen man, made perfect sense.

        “Modern man” hasn’t learned anything since the Garden of Eden has he? He hasn’t even learned anything from Israel’s Old Testament trials and tribulations.

        The sun will rise on Christendom again, and those who remain faithful to our Lord and His bride, are already walking in the victory that is Christ Jesus, because He has already overcome the world!

        Yes, God’s best to Christians everywhere! May He reunite and strengthen us to meet the trials and tribulations that are already here, and the ones that are to come by His grace and for His glory!

  • Julie LaBrecque

    Have to admit that I cannot keep all of this data in my head – will have to read again (and again) to get all the ‘players’ into the proper camps. The intrigue, wife-sharing and subterfuge within Islam is enough to make a soap opera writer blush. Thanks for the magnificent expose.

    • concerned american

      Julie, I have to read it again and again as well. I read it through the first time and then spend a week breaking it down and studying it. There is so much to digest.

  • Paul Doyle

    Thank you so much for this awesome article and all of the great links you included! I am at times beside myself reading these articles, realizing, through your articles, that I have the privilege of understanding the true nature of the world situation (and of history). I nominate brother Walid Shoebat as one of Trump’s advisors! 🙂

    • Kamau41

      Amen Paul. Walid would absolutely and truly be a phenomenal advisor for Trump.

  • Illustration only. None of what you stated was my intent.

  • I agree. Jaco’s troubles are Jacob’s lineage. At times people confuse and restrict certain prophecies which apply to both, Israel and the Church while others apply to Israel exclusively or the Church exclusively.

  • Tom_mcewen

    The US combat studies institute and 13 months in Vietnam. It is a fact there are aces in ground combat as will as air combat. In air it is 10% of aviators who kill 90% of the enemy. If there is an escape to not to kill a man will take it, against the wall it is different. Very little aimed fire mostly out of the box into the air. My father was Canadian I have respect for the Canadian infrantryman of WWII, not a lot for people who don’t fight today. The Canadian have lost many 200 men since ,2002, if their logistical chain is as large then the tip of the spear is very small. Sorry there is a large difference between those of a peaceful army and a waring army. It is said in peace you man the equipment and in war you equip the man, because he is key. I agree with Marshall, you don’t. I loved the army, I spent 11 years as a naval aviator after Vietnam, an engineering degree, then the Navy. The Navy was aristocrats and serfs, I liked the sailors more some very brave sailors who worked very hard with little thanks. I preferred the army it was in a way more equalitarian. It is very hard to see a man in combat much less kill someone who is doing his best to not be shot on both ends. The Canadians have a very good reputation, I worked on the CP 140 program with them. But combat is fear and confusion and loud noises, I don’t blame anyone. There are aces and non aces and non players.

  • Good point Angry Bird.