The Antichrist One World Religion Is Coming, He Will Mix Islam With Christianity And Order All Christians To Follow This False Religion, All Those Who Refuse Will Be Beheaded

By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Sunday Special, Part 7, continuation of Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5, Part 6)

Skeptics of the Bible always shed doubt while they demand proof. We reply, there are two millennia worth of proof generated from the skeptic’s own rebellious history. Here, let me explain 8000 words worth of amazing detail loaded with proof. 

In the twenty-first century, barely 70 years since the end of the Second World War, you can witness massive falling away in action, just as predicted by Paul regarding what is happening in the Church.

This is similar to what ancient Israel did. Archeologists provide enough evidence, that when ancient Israel steeped into rebellion, that type of falling away is called Syncretism. It is the same type of rebellion we see today advocated by the very skeptics who demand proof

When God punished Israel by the hand of the most powerful nation, Babylon, it was for syncretizing Yahweh with Asherah, a phenomenon we see today growing rapidly.

From Chrislam rising in the Middle East, to reviving the same Nordic mythology that caused the birth of Nazism in the West, enter our extensive research where you will find evidence history forgot to record.

God eventually punished Israel and exiled the Jews as He promised He will do. We all have seen how Germany was decimated during World War II and today the skeptic wants us to show sympathy.

Yet it was only when Israel repented from such sin, they were able to return later under Cyrus. We have ample archeological evidence to show Israel worshipped Asherah prior to their exile, the same archeologists will tell you that “this situation changes in the Persian period with the return of the exiles.” This is why “[archeology] provides no evidence of cultic practices of any kind from the period between the Babylonian destruction and the return of the exiles under Cyrus, king of Persia, in the late sixth century B.C.E.”

Archeology reveals several examples of such syncretism mixing Yahweh with the pagan god Asherah:

“… in Khirbet el-Kom, in the heart of Judah (near Hebron), a tomb inscription there reads: “Blessed will be Ariyahu to Yahweh and his Asherah.”

Many such inscriptions have surfaced in several locations. In the Sinai, inscriptions were found that mention “Yahweh of Samaria and his Asherah” and “Yahweh of Teman and his Asherah”.


Is that not enough evidence for the rebels and the skeptics?

In other words, Israel was only punished, when they syncretized with other religions, evidence of which abounds, and then they were rescued, but only after they repented, which archeologists admit there is zero evidence of any syncretism afterwards, until they fell into the Hellenistic syncritism recorded in 1 and 2 Maccabees, when a statue of Zeus was placed in the Temple causing great divide and outrage by the Maccabees who led a revolt against Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes.

This is crucial, since this syncretism mimics what the Antichrist will do as prophecy records. This is why the biblical verses in Daniel regarding Antichrist are intertwined with the prophecies about Antiochus IV Epiphanes where Israel adapted syncretistic theology. Most students pay little attention to the type of falling away that was practiced, Syncretism, which is exactly what we see today, which we will study here in depth the coming divide between wheat and tares. Syncretism is reviving today which the skeptic encourages, and by this, he causes the very judgments that provide all the evidences the rebel demands. So the faster the skeptic moves to fulfill his Judas mission, the faster he will hang himself, which we will tell them to do what they must do and do it, quickly. Judas was a skeptic who refused to believe the bread turns into Christ’s flesh.

Chrislam, for example, is Syncretism between Christianity and Islam. In reality there is no difference between radical Islamism and this European trend of fascism that we see reviving today. We see other types of Syncretism spreading in Europe, the slavic nations, Latin America and all the way to Africa and the Middle East (as we shall examine). These are setting up Christendom for the great falling away prophesied in II Thessalonians II. The problem of the skeptic, is that he is never satisfied with the evidence, because such evidence was the punishment that his skeptic ancestors received. He will still argue that the biblical prophecies were doctored up later on to match the fact.

But the evidence compounds, Israel later on, was exiled after rejecting Christ, which we have ample textual evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls, that reveal this prophesied exodus for it speaks of Israel’s return. Such parchments were carbon-dated to have been etched prior to Christ’s first coming during the second century B.C., and then, way later, after two millennia passed, in 1948, Israel did return as promised and then in 1967, they recaptured Jerusalem, to be ready for the second coming, just as promised in these same Old Testament ancient parchments. It is here were most missed how the falling away was sparked.

This even compounds the evidence to a point of it happening by mere chance to probable impossibility.

No history of any other religion can provide such incredible evidence like this, that God, throughout history, reveals His will and even provided evidence for the faithless skeptic; the very well documented punishment of his own skepticism and rebellion.

But will such monumental evidence suffice for the skeptics who continue to argue?

No. This is why I avoid the ardent skeptic. Even if the whole earth watches Christ come down from the heavens, grabbing a lump of mud and then He fashions a man out of it, while angels descend in such a magnificent display, proclaiming in unison that “Evolution is false, it was God Who created the heavens and the earth,” the skeptic will say ‘while I am now convinced that evolution is false, indeed, man can be made out of earth, I am also convinced that we have been visited by extra terrestrials’. He will still insist that we were originally made by superior aliens who came from outer-space.

With these, you will never win, but God does, by implementing severe punishment, where they still complain that God is cruel when they spend eternity in hell. It is this punishment that is clearly documented and proven from the Bible, history and also archeology.

If Antiochus IV Epiphanes focused on Jerusalem to bring in syncretism, what you will never read anywhere in history, is that this same spot, Jerusalem, was the excuse to spark syncretism, which later infected the Vatican. It was through what we today term as Chrislam which started in 1967, right after the Six Day War, when Israel captured Jerusalem. Then it incrementally changed the Middle East to later spread this infection all the way to the Vatican by Chrislamic believing Arab Patriarchs and Bishops. These were the first syncretists that combined cross with crescent.

What you are about to read and hear, you will never read anywhere. If one thinks this epidemic is exclusively western think again, syncretism pre-dates Europe’s falling away, when the bulk of Arab speaking churches mingled with Islam due to the rise of Antisemitism because Israel captured Jerusalem. Jew hate is what gave birth to Chrislam. This is why God punished the Christians of the Middle East with the plague of ISIS.

From Antiochus to now, Syncretism focuses on Jerusalem and ends in Jerusalem.

I laughed when I read that Chrislam began in Nigeria in the 1980s. This is a myth I will bust. It began days after Israel took Jerusalem in 1967, where the church with all sorts of arts began to syncretize Christianity with Islam. The Middle East, both Muslim and Christian, began to pump syncretism in every school and church, to every facet of society, even where the arts are performed.

From the most famous singers in the Middle East, stemming from Lebanon’s Fairuz, all the way to Egypt where the most famous Egyptian singer, Farid Al-Atrash; popular songs were being pumped out, right after the Six Day War, calling to unite Cross and Crescent, with not a single objection from over a billion Muslims and two billion Christians:

The song transfers to an image of the crucifix on the wall with Farid Al-Atrash, the most prominent singer of that time singing a Chrislamic version of Armageddon:

“tell them where will they [the Jews] hide. There comes a bitter day for them. We have made a unity of brotherhood between Crescent and Crucifix and we [Christian and Muslim] gathered [in this unity] here and to the ends of earth. It [the annihilation of the Jews] will be a destined day that history records its might. The people in unison said Hallelujah and Allahu-Akbar, there is no god but Allah”.

No one in the Middle East does not memorize the Lebanese Christian Syriac Orthodox, Fairuz’s song The Rose of The Minarets from 1967, which was nothing short of Chrislamic poetry advocating a Chrislamic version of Armageddon:

Fairuz with her Christian choir, sang a promise of a cataclysmic day when the world converged on Jerusalem with the horses of terror to cleanse Jerusalem from the Jews through a unity with Islam:

“For thy sake O city of prayer [Jerusalem] I shall pray. For thy sake O most beautiful of dwellings. O rose of the minarets. O Jerusalem. O Jerusalem, the city of prayer, I shall pray. Our eyes travel to three daily. It circumambulates all the holy places. It hugs the ancient temples and wipes sorrow from the mosques. O night of Isra’ [Muhammad’s ascension to heaven]. To thee our eyes travel daily and I am praying. A child is in the manger [Christ] and His mother Mary. Two faces weep. They weep, for the sake of all who were exiled.”

Then the song transfers (4:04) into a more aggressive tone:

“They weep for the children made homeless. For the martyrs who fell at the city gates. Peace was martyred in the land of peace. Justice fell at the entry ways. When Jerusalem fell, love retreated and in the hearts of the world, war settled in.”

Then comes Armageddon (5:21) with the sound of trumpet:

“Vengeance is coming and I am filled with faith. Vengeance is coming and I will visit all who weep. From every path I come with the chariots of terror. I am coming. And like the cataclysmic face of Allah I am coming. Our city’s gate will not be shut. I am going to pray. I will knock on doors. I will open the doors. O Jordan river you will wash my face with holy water. O Jordan river, you will wipe the tracks of the savage [Israel] and their strength will be defeated. The house of God [Temple Mount] is ours. Jerusalem is ours. With our hands we will raise its wonder. With our hands we send peace to Jerusalem. To Jerusalem peace is coming”. (for other versions with English subtitles click here and here)

And if you think this is history, think again. The song is probably the most popular song, even today where its sang from the Muslim nations of Qatar (with no objection to this Chrislamic mix) to even Arab Church choirs, all the way as far as the U.S. amongst all Maronite Churches (which embrace Chrislam) to Buddhist China:

They even mix the song with the Aramaic hymnals:

Even Sufism, which is syncretism mixing Islam with Buddhism, here you will see the regular church hymnals, mixing the Christian Aramaic hymnals with Sufism and Islam’s main nasheed Tala’a Al-Badr (The Moon rose upon us):

It is virtually impossible to find a Church in the Middle East void of Chrislam.

If this is not syncretism, I do not know what else is. No one opened the gates during my whole life in Israel. As soon as Israel returned to Jerusalem, it was Syncretism that kicked in the gates of Jerusalem wide open and Christianity became one with Islam.

This kept me completely blind, regardless to having been inquisitive by nature, roaming between Catholic Tirrea Santa school in Jericho and especially the German Anglican School in Bethlehem. Witnessing to Muslims was completely prohibited and thought to being unnecessary by the Christian clergy. In the very birthplace of Christ, I could not see Christianity, regardless to the hundreds of times I attended church services in all, Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant churches. I was completely brainwashed. It was only until I came to the U.S., that I saw Christians differentiating between Christianity and all other cults. The Middle East Christians practically invented Chrislam, which took off as far as Africa even influencing the Vatican.

It was Chrislamic Arab Patriarchs and Bishops who finally infiltrated the Vatican influencing Nostra Aetate, which recognized Islam. And there is ample proof from the very writ by former Pope Benedict XVI who finally confessed that such unprecedented recognition of Islam stemmed from “bishops of the Arab countries” after these objected the recognition by Vatican of the Holocaust:

“ … to deepen and renew Christian awareness of this [The Holocaust] … the Arab countries—the bishops of the Arab countries—were unhappy about this: they feared somewhat a glorification of the State of Israel, which naturally they did not want. They said: fine, a truly theological statement about the Jewish people is good, it is necessary, but if you speak about that, speak of Islam too; only then will there be a balance …”— Pope Benedict on Nostra aetate, Tuesday, 19 March 2013.

Benedict then confesses a grave sin:

“In the process of active reception, a weakness of this otherwise extraordinary text has gradually emerged: it speaks of religion solely in a positive way and it disregards the sick and distorted forms of religion which, from the historical and theological viewpoints, are of far-reaching importance; for this reason the Christian faith, from the outset, adopted a critical stance towards religion, both internally and externally.”

It is from Jerusalem that the spark of the falling away began, where Chrislamic ideas spread throughout much of the world as a method for Muslims to lure Christians by spreading an essential Islamic concept, saying that Christianity and Islam are compatible, that one can be a Christian and a Muslim at the same time. And since Muslims consider Islam as the true essence of the Jewish and the Christian religions, the true Christians in their view are the Arian unitarians so by that Antichrist enforces his doctrine to “deny Father and Son” (1 John 2:22).


Iraq, Karbala: Christian Bishop in Ashura Rally Observance. This is one of the many faces of Chrislam


Conducted by the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Christians participate in Ashura.

Like the West, it is a mix of Christianity, plus other pagan religions, plus antisemitism. The Middle East Christians have already been divided between viewing Islam as a legitimate religion from God, while adapting Islam’s antisemitism. From Jerusalem patriarchate, Fouad Twal justifying terrorism to Lebanon’s top Arab Catholic leader, Maronite Syrian Catholic Church, Bechara Boutros al-Rai (Al-Rai literally means The Shepherd), almost all are syncretist antisemites.

According to al-Rai’, the problem is that, “Jerusalem should not become Jewish because this is a great offense against Christianity, Islam and even towards the Jewish religion.” To support this cause, Al-Rai’ even sends his representative to the Iranian Embassy in Lebanon to celebrate the notorious anti-Israel event, “Day of Jerusalem.” Al-Rai’ has completely sold out:

“There are those who want to patronize in Islam and Christianity a clash of civilization and are working to raise this conflict, but we are in Lebanon. We took the challenge that Islam and Christianity are living together and are one and are the wealth of mankind, and this is our goal, which we are working towards. We as Christians in Lebanon, our mission and our responsibility is to tell the Western world that Islam is the great wealth and value.”

The lazy looking son of Herod is Ret. Jerusalem patriarch Fouad Twal (awaiting replacement) sitting in Bethlehem

The antisemite most evil clergyman, Lebanon’s Bechara Boutros al-Rai

Lebanon’s Al-Rai says that the “core issue” of Middle East problems stem from Israel, “We are a nation looking for love and peace that we lost at home following the Arab-Israeli conflict”. The Catholic clergy spelled out their position in a statement of the “Commission for Justice and Peace” of the Assembly of Catholic Ordinaries, a panel of archbishops and other senior clerics of the various Catholic rites in Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Jordan and all the way to Cyprus with one exception, Father Gabriel Nadaf. This is the single Noah who simply refuses to blend in, insisting he is right and that the whole world will drown in punishment. It caused him much slander a grief.

Father Gabriel Nadaf

One of the missing parts in Protestant Bibles is the rest of Esther, which was not in the Hebrew, but is found in the septuagint Greek edition which Christ used. Jerome comments on a dream in Ester chapter 10, by Mordecai as “prophetical and extraordinary”. It speaks of this dream where “The nations that were assembled are they that endeavoured to destroy the name of the Jews.” This seems to imply, that this prophecy is for the ends of days: “the day appointed already from that time before God to all nations” where “I will yet make doctrine to shine as the morning, and will send forth her light afar off. I will yet pour out doctrine as prophecy, and leave it to all ages for ever.” Correct doctrine will finally shine, but it all starts after the nations expedition is launched “to destroy the name of the Jews”. God will make a separation “two lots” one for “the people of God, and the other of all the nations.”

This is also mentioned by The Lady of Wisdom in Ecclesiasticus 24:32-34.

So you see the Christian Middle East and you might thank God the West is not falling for Chrislam. But think again, the West is not as bright either. The Great Falling Way is coming and it has much to do with wanting to “destroy the name of the Jews”. How evil gets there, the lure has to be captivating. Today in the West, the mouse trap is caused by the tug between advancing multi-culturalism (which conservatives hate) versus ethnocentrism (which liberals hate). This is the other spark that will usher in the “great falling away” mentioned in II Thessalonians II. Today this is engulfing the West which ought to know better, that Christianity encompasses all races, yet evil must divide “Jew” from “Gentile”.

ITALY, Ethnocentric Neo fascists with Nazi salute in front of the San Cassiano Cemetery in Predappio.

Ethnocentrism perceives the eradication of traditional culture and the loss of a distinctive ethnic identity. But for some, instead of adhering to Christian doctrine, they accuse Christianity of the brutal destruction of the legacy of the “Great Ancestors,” while at the same time, Christianity is treated as an evil ideology created by Jews in order to establish their own dominance of the world and the subjugation of all peoples. Whether European or Slavic, its rooted in Nazi-style rhetoric full of latent or open antisemitism and is rapidly growing throughout Europe and slavic nations, even in Orthodox Russia and the good old USA.

While in Russia, nationalism is becoming a distinct political force, Russian nationalists (anti-immigrant) growing from 2006 from only 14% to 28% in 2010 and in 2013 40% of the population support the idea.

While in Russia, we see the conservative and immensely powerful Russian Orthodox Church, a resurgent czarist-era paramilitary Cossacks, and right-wing parties, which represent the largest players in the field of official, Kremlin-sanctioned nationalism, but we also have the All-Russian civic patriotic movement “Russian National Unity” which is a neo-nazi political party and paramilitary operating within Russian-speaking populations selling ultra-nationalism and advocating the expulsion of non-Russians.

While the anti-Muslim immigration crowd would read this and praise Russia’s anti-immigration policy, “Russia for Russians” calls for the expulsion of minorities that “have their homeland outside Russia” especially Jews and migrants from the South Caucasus, Georgian and Armenian Christians, while the Turkic Muslims are considered “compatriots” are to be entitled to live in Russia. There is virtually no criticism of Islam coming out of the Russian government.

This phenomenon is not only in Russia, but is growing rapidly in the U.S., especially France and Greece are plagued with major antisemitic issues. Such movements are not the typical neopagan cults one sees in the U.S, these have a clearly political dimension concerned with native and national identity and in Eastern Europe magical practices are de-emphasized while arguing that Christianity is essentially an imposed foreign religion while focusing on cultural colonialism.

Thousands giving the Nazi salute in Russia

Syncretism is also another major issue in these nations like we see in Chrislam. It is indeed a global phenomenon. It is the revitalization or rediscovery of indigenous religious traditions. In Europe, this manifests as the revitalization of pre-Christian traditions which both challenge the long history of western culture and Christianity and propose solutions rooted in ancestral worldview.

Today we have Heathenry, also termed Heathenism or Germanic Neopaganism, is a modern Pagan religion that surrounds the issue of race white supremacy favoring Odinism or Wotanism. This is not the pre-Christian paganism of ignorance, but worse, for it represents a complete falling away and therefore has no excuse.

And it all comes with syncretism where science, education and higher criticism aids to further the rebellion. In Eastern and Southern Europe; Belarus, Poland, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Ukraine and Russia there is a revival of the earliest cultures that are known to have used the Indo-European Swastika. This was the Vinca Culture of the Indo European nations in this case the Slavs and Vedic culture of Indo-Aryans, which attached great importance to the Swastika, known in Slavic world as ‘Kolovrat‘ (two swastikas) which was a sacred symbol that carried a huge significance representing the pagan symbol of the Sun (Horos) which connects people with Slavic blood all over the World. Wooden Slavic monuments called “Idols” were usually depictions of Slavic gods and on most of these Idols Slavs used to engrave them with Swastika.


In this demonstration alongside carrying the image of Jesus a thousand nationalist marched for what they called “Russian May Day” in northwestern Moscow on May 1 carrying flags of the Kolovrat (two swastikas). Young and old, men and women shouted, “Russia is for Russians,” “Glory to the Russians,” and angrier slogans, such as “get out, black dirt” – a reference to migrants from Central Asia and the Caucasus.

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In Slavic mythology, Hors is the Slavic sun god. Most experts do not consider this deity Slavic (Dragoslav Srejovic, Louis Léger) while Spasoje Vasiljev thinks Horz comes from the Iranian word kursid (Khorsheed) and Hebrew cheres meaning “the Sun”. It all stems from the Egyptian Horus and Persian Khores with similar characteristics as Horz as a god of the Sun and like Svarozic is just another form of the Sun represented as the light of the Moon followed by the rising of the Sun.

In the Quran, Allah swears by both, “the sun” and “the moon”: “By the sun and its brightness, and [by] the moon when it follows it.” (Q: 91). This is all the same as Thor, the sun god in Norse mythology was also the Egyptian Osiris and Kneph, the Phœnician Bel or Baal. It all connects:

“The beliefs of the Hindus, Persians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Celts have all yielded striking comparisons [to each other], and the Norse Gods display significant resemblances to members of other pantheons” (A History of the Vikings, Oxford University Press, P.p, 319)

It all stems from Egyptian idols. This is why in Isaiah 19 regarding the Second coming it states: “the idols of Egypt will totter before Him” while in Matthew 24:29  “Immediately after the distress of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light …” could have a double meaning of the sun and the moon gods comprising both eastern and western threats to His Church.

Focusing on Slavic culture and folklore and the worship of Slavic deities carrying the Kolovrat (two swastikas) an early Slavic symbol of the Sun curved outer three or four arms forming a broken circle has become common symbols similar to other religious symbols and is vastly spreading across Europe all the way into Russia mixing paganism with Christianity.

They call it “Slavianstvo”, which in English is “Slavism”. These use the works of Julius Evola (1898–1974) where Myth, Culture and Tradition represent the primary mouthpiece of this movement including the Alt-Right in the U.S. where Breitbart News, Milo Yiannopoulos cites Evola as godfather of their movement (Evolian Traditionalism).

While such movements call for anti-Muslim immigration, one should ask, how is combating Islam by introducing Celticism in the United Kingdom is a viable option? Today even in the UK, Celticism has been mobilized for everything from devolution of political power in the United Kingdom to separatism in the American South and northern Italy to anti-immigration activism.

Is it no wonder why Revelation proclaimed:

“the rest of the men which were not killed by these plagues yet repented not of the works of their hands, that they should not worship devils, and idols of gold, and silver, and brass, and stone, and of wood: which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk: Neither repented they of their murders, nor of their sorceries, nor of their fornication, nor of their thefts. (Revelation 9:20-21)

Idol worship is returning exactly as scriptures foretold. How can the skeptic who is pushing such worship argue, he is after all fulfilling prophecy?

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And it all stems from the Greco-Egyptian Paganism Horus, originally a sky god (hence the falcon’s head) became one of the most important of Egyptian gods. Over time Horus absorbed the characteristics of many other deities. As Diodorus Siclus, who spent four decades studying history examining the origins of the Greek gods concluded they all came from Egypt and even Egypt’s religion stems from Cush. This is Nimrod’s territory. This is why Antichrist is called Nimrod in Micah 5.

This heathenism and syncretism sparked in the later 1990s, based on inspiration from the English-speaking world particularly the U.S. It was from the U.S., that this was pumped out (including all the Eugenics) catapulted into Germany and is now being repackaged and resold allover again. Throughout Northern Europe and even Russia movements are rapidly growing mixing Christianity with neo-Nazism and heathenism turning back the clock to pre-Christ belief systems.

The scholarly revival of interest in ancient Germanic traditions, which arose as early as the 16th century culminating in the “Viking revival” of 19th and 20th centuries, prior to World War I, which had mostly disappeared after God judged Germany, is all now but reviving again. What took World War II to end, is now back in the scene, originating from North America and Iceland in the early 1970s and is now growing in Europe where Christianity is treated as an evil ideology created by Jews in order to establish their own dominance of the world and the subjugation of all peoples.

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And most of it is being repackaged under ‘conservativism’ where we find Slavic neopaganism glorifying the “warrior culture,” afirming traditional gender roles, openly espouse ethnocentrism and critiques contemporary civilizational norms while roughly paralleling the ways in which Islam and Hinduism in India are employed for political projects in the twenty first century.

Even in Orthodox Russia, while its heavily resisted, the plague grows with similarities to the Nazi occult, where the attempt is to blend neo-paganism with Russian Orthodox Christianity as a political religion. This constitutes a danger regardless that the Moscow Patriarchy tend to condemn this ex cathedra.

It all started brewing in the early nineties when it was marginal in small circles in the biggest cities until massive publications of Aleksandr Asov’s “Book of Veles” derived from the ninth century before the introduction of Christianity. Now Syncretism, just as ancient Israel did, mixing Christianity with paganism is spreading to a wider public to nationalist organizations and large groups.  “The idols of Egypt will totter before Him [the Messiah]” (Isaiah 19) is perhaps why the Egyptian Ra, the ancient Egyptian god of the sun has spread in Russia and is claimed as the Russian Sun-god.

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Russian Orthodox monk raising his arm in Nazi salute at the nationalist demonstration

The signs that Russian powers had been building an aggressive ethnic-oriented pseudo religion is taking old Slavic pagan traditions in Russia by building copies of old pagan monuments of wood and stone and then gather for some rituals.

The divide and the war between Orthodox and the syncretistic faith is already beginning in Russia.

The introduction of contemporary Slavic Paganism, Rodnoverie, contained strong nationalistic tendencies in reaction to globalization in slavic seeking nations is not done by calling it “pagan” or “neopagan”. The propagandists call it Vedism which to them reveals the importance of the connection to Eastern tradition derived from the Russian verb vedat’ (to know) while some claim to be Pravoslavs (Orthodox Christian) linking to the nationalist movement. The better term seems to be Rodnoverie, which also suites to academic discussions better than Vedism and Pravoslavie, both of which have their established meanings that have nothing to do with the revived pre-Christian Slavic spirituality. It was sold as a “spiritual exploration” of the Russian folklore with the goal to create urban invisible movement that is political ultra-nationalistic, racist and anti-Semitic and is why the movement has got the extra attention.

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Is it any wonder why scriptures addresses Christ’s coming to destroy idols of gold, silver, wood and stone? Even wood can be seen here erected as idols

And with increased skepticism and the growth of atheism, many are ready to convert to the religion of their ancestors. Today many Slavs are resurrecting the ancient rituals and popularization of the religion of their ancestors. This is exploding amongst youths in Ukraine. Rodnovery today are neo-pagans that worship ancient Slavic deities. The use of amulets of gold and silver, statues of deities made of wood, traditional clothes and musical instruments is building up a fortune for businessmen.

It all started when in the early 1990s, disciples and leaders arose announcing “rodnovercheskih” communities, led by sorcerer Doctor of Philosophy and Ph.D. AN Nagovicyn. Other sorcerers like psychologist, GP Yakutovsky, AK Belov, KV Begtin (a candidate of physical and Mathematical Sciences), NN Speranski (scientist/geophysics), AV board, chemist, poet and publicist DA Gavrilov, Hasanov DA and others. Holding authority in these circles is also AA Dobrovolsky a national journalist and VN Bezverkhy who founded the secret “Society of the Magi” back in 1986 in Leningrad. The first officially registered neopagan religious association became the Moscow Slavic Pagan Community (MSYAO), registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation in 1994 and the first pagan worship took place in Gorky worshiping the god of the sun – Horos.

People should learn a lesson from the pre-Marxist socialist Populists in Russia. These believed that revolution and reform in the Russian empire must come through the peasants against the establishment. Beware when anti-Establishment become popular. This is also in the U.S. But always keep in mind that what is becoming popular today is unpopular tomorrow.

In Russia, the Populists idealized peasants (80% of the people) and thus believed that it was their task to educate the peasants about revolution. This practice became known (just as wee today) as ‘Going to the People’, but peasants responded with suspicion and the populist propagandist was usually arrested by the peasants and given to the police (just as populists were ignored a few years ago).

Populists reacted to this disappointment by turning to violence. They succeeded in assassinating Tsar Alexander II which led to a repressive Tsarist regime causing the Populists to transform into Social Revolutionaries in 1917. In the end it was all gulped up and taken over by the Marxist socialists ending the people to remain in poverty.

So just as you see smaller movements are always gulped up by the bigger ones, tomorrow these populist movements (think of the Alt Right) will all be gulped up by major political parties. In the future, the Alt-Right, neopagans, socialists, openly neo-Nazis, moderate-neo-Nazis (The Alt-Right hiding their true colors)  … all these, like the populists and peasants of old, are “going to the people” and are using the supersonic speed mechanism bombarding “the people” to convert masses through social media websites, memes and chat boards.

Years ago, I would have rarely if ever seen people admire Nazism, but today, like the homosexuals, they are coming out of the closet and are seen commenting everywhere in the open.

These are massively promoting a historically regurgitated agenda all wanting us to argue and understand their weirdities and nuances from a modern setting as if the world hasn’t experienced their disease already. It is all being cellophane-wrapped with evil agendas given fashionable colors which will end the west backwards.

As an alibi, these would attack Islam as a common enemy of us all. But what is the difference between replacing one treachery with another?

And just as it was in post-Tsarist Russia, it will not be progress or moving forward, but going backwards and this time with dire consequences where anti-semitism, violence, murder, lawlessness and gang forming activists will run rampant, while oxymoronic labels are given to political parties that are nothing more than the old fascists breading antisemitism and anti-Christianity. Embrace yourselves for the prophetic verse expressing this oxymoron. Today as we see the right victorious, we say “finally, peace and safety,” but then shortly after “sudden destruction comes”.

Unfortunately, the problem expands to what were once Orthodox nations. Today we have the Golden Dawn in Greece, a nationalist far-right neo-Nazi fascist political party.

As a result of the January 2015 Greek national elections, the party became significant, representing the third largest in Parliament. People are attracted since the party is hard eurosceptic and anti-globalist. Conservatives sympathize with the Golden Dawn’s concerns about unemployment, austerity, the economy, opposing Muslim immigration into the mainly Greek areas of southern Greece and Athens. These promote the idea of a Greater Greece. This, they perceive, will be done through the expansion of Greek territory into southern Muslim Albania (Northern Epirus), the Republic of Macedonia, and southern Bulgaria, and ultimately Greece’s reconquest of Constantinople and western Anatolia through war with Turkey.

While to some, this seems like a holy endeavor, after all, these want to throw out Turkish-speaking Muslim minority of East Macedonia and Thrace that dates to the Ottoman period and to combat Islam in the region contributing fighters to the Greek Volunteer Guard that helped capture Srebrenica. But these are syncretists. Their push is not for Christianity, but for the complete Hellenisation of Greek Macedonia and Western Thrace through the expulsion of Northern Greece‘s last remaining Slavomacedonian-speaking minority (or so-called Slavophone Greeks).

The Golden Dawn banner consists of a Greek meander in a style and color scheme which resembles the Nazi Party banner.

And from Asia, today we see a revival of neo-Buddhism and neo-Hinduism. And if it is in Mexico its neo-Mayan with architecture geared to set the clock back to when Christ came where the world was pagan. In Mexico, La Mexhicanidad is one of the fastest-growing focusing on Mexicanness and Mexican identity, especially as provided from indigenous culture and national heritage.

What we see today is that God has already given up on the masses regardless even if many portray themselves “Christian”. God is no respecter of labels. Today the minions of demons have already possessed the souls of men in Protestant Germany, Catholic Austria, Catholic Croatia, all the way to Catholic Brazil, Catholic Argentina, Catholic Venezuela , Catholic Paraguay and Catholic Mexico.

Where you find a history of harboring runaway Nazis in the same neighborhoods as Holocaust survivors in Argentina and Brazil; God is cursing these places where we find Nazi paraphernalia.

Here, enter Mexico next door to the U.S. In Mexico city one can find a ton of Nazi gear; full SS outfits (with cap), swastika armbands, Deutschland insignia and even vintage Nazis war medals shipped from Europe via “specialty dealers.” The sheer amount of Nazi-themed gear—new, old, even homemade.

Mexico City's La Lagunilla Mercado is full of old Nazi junk
A market vendor peddles Nazi stuff in Mexico City's La Lagunilla Mercado

You can also purchase copies of Hitler’s memoir, Mein Kampf, and the widely discredited anti-Semitic text “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” at various bookstores and kiosks throughout the city. These are often sold alongside popular fashion magazines, as well as abbreviated biographies of Nietzsche.

Swastika imagery is on the rise throughout Latin America. In 2014, Michael Kaminer of the Jewish web publication The Forward, then an ex-pat living in Caracas, Venezuela, came across several instances of swastika-use in public and often bizarre situations, from a run-of-the-mill smattering of Mein Kampfs in local book stores, to a “Hello Kitty Hitler” shirt emblazoned with an anthropomorphic feline Fuhrer, which he saw both in person and in a local fashion magazine. Kaminer posits that the rise of casual anti-Semitism in Venezuela might be tied to Chavez’s anti-Israel policies.

While some think “racism” is the problem, this is only half the truth. Racism is usually accompanied with a cult and the desire to kill. The European concept of “Aryan”—blonde, blue eyed—wouldn’t have absorbed the average Mexican person into its racial narrative.

So why is Nazism and all these cults on the rise even in Mexico? The answer to this question is the usual: “Mexicans love swastikas because of pop culture” “its a reaction to oppressive government” “Nazis are so few there” “Nazis are only the skinheads” “In Mexico, the problem is the cartels stupid”.

These are similar responses we hear in the West: “Nazism and racism is a response to the creeping Islamic Sharia”.

These are all the ad nauseam excuses. Most undermine the seriousness of this problem. The truth of the matter is this: the world has become a cesspool, an adulterous generation of evil ideologies where Christianity is mocked and undermined. This anti-Christian attitude breeds extremes and every extreme claims to be an answer to respond to a valid issue.

The West is looking for answers by avoiding Christianity. To fix a sex epidemic they encourage condoms instead of abstinence. To fix the crime epidemic they buy guns (not that owning guns is wrong) instead of converting hearts. Even the war on Islamic terrorism subsequently transfers all the ills of this world blaming only one group over the others: “its the liberal Jews like Soros,” “its the Muslims,” “its the Muslim immigration …”. I get such comments every day. If this is what you think, you are a fool.

In every problem, what is being sold is myth mixed with conspiracy theories. For example, in the U.S., from 2005-2015 we had 71 people killed as result of Islamic terrorism, while 300,000 were killed by guns from within in that same period. Therefore, Islamic terrorism comprises only 0.0002% of the problem regarding violence in the U.S. And because of this, few are paying close attention to these non-Muslim non-Christian movements that will end up becoming killing cults. Fact is, that fact is the least factor people consider while prejudice is the main driving force in almost all the media we read regardless of it being right or left.

With the Facebook mentality, few examine data and everyone concludes from just reading headlines (as it will be on my own Facebook is this article). Just look at Mexico alone, it is not Islam that is the problem. It is not solely the drugs either. It is Christian cults (mixing Christianity with paganism) plus drugs; the two go hand in hand, where the death toll exceeds quarter of a million victims. This is a huge number. Yet you do not hear this since it does not involve Muslims but involves the American huge drug consumption. The myth that the “white man is getting screwed” is just that: a myth.

So why is the media not covering this genocide in Mexico while it covers the Syrian genocides? Is it the liberal media? Did Muslims annihilate a quarter million Mexicans? Or was it the sin of addiction on part of the U.S.? American drug addictions along with the sin of abandoning Christianity in Mexico by mixing it with paganism is the real problem. So who is ruining Mexico, the Jews? The Muslims? Truth is, it was partially the work of Evangelicals that is ruining Mexico. While in Mexico we find the rise of Santa-Muerte (deviated from Catholicism) they also have the Caballeros Templarios with its theology imported from Colorado’s American Evangelical John Eldredge (Wild at Heart et al.), and the teachings of the original La Familia leadership.. These even use crusader symbols.

We find such pagan phenomenons as far as Estonia, where a whopping seventy eight percent of Estonians do not like religion but do love neo-Paganism, and more specifically, Taaraism and Maausk (literally “Earth belief”) is popular. They especially want those pre-Christian Europe and North American paganism. Taaraism went against the ways of Christianity and focused more upon the belief of nature. According to a study done by the University of Tartu in 2014, 61% of Estonians believed that neo-Paganism was the true religion of Estonia.

When it comes to anti-semitism, God is no respecter of denomination or priestly order. The whole church is about to fallaway as Paul warned in II Thessalonians II and Zechariah was clear: it is about invading Jerusalem.

When this happens it matters not how many priests holler how they have a form of godliness. By then the very central headquarters of the church itself will be completely compromised, and by then, the wise needs to heed Paul instead of Pope or Luther. This will not be an easy task to convince people who follow people.

This will be a time of testing like never before. Christ was so clear about this: “And then shall many be scandalized: and shall betray one another: and shall hate one another.” (Matthew 24:10).

Matthew 24 is key and Christ was pointing towards Jerusalem. Today has never been more hated as now for our stand for truth and our unshakable persistence to stand against homosexuality, anti-semtism and the heretical so-called conservative populist movements. Yet we still get daily accusations of “doing it for the money”.

And what do all these have in common? It is just as John predicted: Paganism. Regardless to some who even carry crucifixes, they all love their pagan (not Christian) heritage.

Reddit history of Richard Spencer talking about paganism

Alt Right (neo-conservative) Richard Spencer writes about his admiration of paganism

In the U.S., Richard Spencer praises Protestant Calvinism. Calvinist will complain “its only Richard Spencer, stupid”. But Calvinism’s predestination adheres similarly to Islam’s Al-Qada wal-Qadr fatalism. This is a major heresy.


The difference between evil people and God’s people is the type of proof each seek. The faithful examines miracles as they come, while the faithless demand a custom-made miracle for proof. These are the types Christ forewarned about: “An evil and adulterous generation seek a sign“. These are not satisfied unless the sign is custom-made to what they expect. God indicated this when the faithful were satisfied with Manna, to these, this sufficed that heaven spoke, while the faithless wanted a custom-made miracle that satisfied their bellies, they demanded meat instead of Manna, which eventually harmed the ardent skeptics.

But such miracles is not exclusive to Israel. God’s people (the church) had similar experiences. When Germany was completely engulfed emulating ancient Israel’s syncretism, mixing God with Odin, God responded with similar devastation. The same was for Sodom and Gomorrah. In these situations, the evil has to be so wide-spread that there is no hope, unless God intervenes by sending catastrophes.

Evil people will always come up with a response to God. Whether East (Buddhism, Islam) or post-Christian West, I am amazed how these choose someone disabled and then elevate them to deceive many. In the West, they love to provide a disabled person with supposed high IQ. In the Muslim east, like the West, plenty are the disabled blind who ‘amazingly’ become Muslim scholars, memorizers of the Quran, deceiving millions because of their supposed ‘brilliant minds’. The only difference between Eastern and Western deception is the cellophane-wrapping. Stephen Hawking, while they claimed his high IQ, the imbecile did not have enough wisdom to keep his Christian wife, divorced her and married a heathen, to only get beaten by her and then return to beg for his Christian wife. Talk about male chauvinism and a man who was not so brilliant after all. Wisdom, as it turns out, is better than having an IQ. It must have been a great act of love for any woman who would want to kiss this cluster of homeliness.

Any ladies out there would comment below that they do not mind kissing this guy please come forward, that is if your upper lip does not get pierced and hooked by these lower fangs

Germany chose a similar path of ancient Israel. They were steeped into the occult, mixed God with Odin and we all have seen Dresden. God spoke. We do not need to see this story in the Bible to believe. However, prophecy reveals the seven mountains. The Roman Empire, being the sixth, its scepter was taken by the seventh, Ottomans in the East and before them by the Germanic people in the West. Prophecy then indicates who were the seventh, the scepter takers being the Ottomans plus the Germans to become “the eighth”.

Germany and the Ottomans today is turning back the clock where in Germany racist Asatrú and Odinism is growing in Europe, no different from ancient Israel’s falling away into pagan Yahwism. Today national pride and the desire for a pre-Christian religious structure plays a factor.

While we agree that Islam is a major threat, but on the other hand, how could God bless a people, when they mix God with Odin while they only denounce Allah? When this happens to God’s people, God intervenes with His hammer of destruction, as we have witnessed Dresden flattened by the most powerful of the nations, the U.S., and yet many still disagree this was God’s judgment. Today many ‘Christians’ complain about Christian militancy and the bombing of Dresden, even though the bulk majority of Catholic and Protestant theologians approve.

Even Calvinism permitted defensive wars, yet today we have Calvinist apologists, like James White, oppose it, but only because it suits an argument. Watch how these switch using moral equivalency and sophism to equate “Christian defensive wars” with “Muslim defensive wars” while completely forgetting to first condemn their prophet, John Calvin, for saying the same things we said. These simply love Dresden and defend Germany because it is simply their Mecca:

Calvin himself refutes Calvinist James White who is not as smart as he thinks

This Mecca, Germany, is now renewing interest in this same Germanic neopaganism with the same Nordic/Teutonic mythology that stemmed from ancient India and Egypt. What we see today was the bedrock belief and key to the Third Reich, the integral part of the initiation rites, paganism and cosmology of the elite Schutzstaffel (SS), which supervised Adolf Hitler’s network of death camps.

So just as Sennacherib’s soldiers (pagans) sacked Israel (God’s punishment to Israel for mixing God with paganism), Islam’s neo-Ottomans (Arian heretical pagans) will at some point, we presume, sack Europe, where east will move to west. (Daniel 11:18, Ezekiel 26:15, Ezekiel 27:10, 35).

Had we been in ancient Israel, should we lament the destruction of Israel by hating Sennacherib? Sure, but should we also hate God’s judgment for judging righteously? No. While we lament the loss of life in Germany and Japan, we must also accept God’s judgments rather than lament the death of the U.S., by the hands of Germany and Japan.

Therefore, we must view history from God’s perspective and not by our limited human lens. Christianity spread from east to west. How could one call themselves Christian and hate his spiritual origins: the east? The poor east has already been plundered by Islam and whats left of the West, Christ cleanses taking the same route, east to west:

“For as lightning cometh out of the east, and appeareth even into the west: so shall the coming of the Son of man be.” (Matthew 24:27)

He sweeps where Antichrist rules from east to west. Understanding all this is easy, but if you are waiting for Jesus to do it all by Himself when He comes, there is news for lazy servants, that unless Christians are willing to die the death of Bonhoeffer when faced with the epidemic of his day, these, who comment about abstaining from war and suffering, promote the death of the innocent. These can forget joining the Kingdom.

Therefore, what we see arising today is not simply “skinheads” but a massive move, a cocktail blend, neopaganism mixed in with Christianity, the cyanid of cyanids. So here lays the Jesus-style question: how could these complain about Israel, while at the same time, they behave no different from when ancient Israel was punished by God?


  • Eric

    Another excellent article, Sir. Superman will have to read it again. Much to absorb and process. This has been a truly phenomenal series!

  • Brenda

    LMAO!!! Stephen Hawking, This is where my mind has been at lately as well, wondering about these underdogs.. no matter how off they are they are being used to push the insane and immoral on us, Using empathy as a weapon, as I have seen more than one person acknowledge. They used him knowing full well that if anyone disagreed then the atheist and such could then point fingers saying See See your not really a Christian if you would dare pick on this poor disabled guy in a wheelchair! I can tell you from experience not everyone with disabilities is pure and innocent, Some are others have also learned to use it as an excuse to abuse others with manipulation.

  • HolyFire

    “It was Chrislamic Arab Patriarchs and Bishops who finally infiltrated the Vatican influencing Nostra Aetate, which recognized Islam. And there is ample proof from the very writ by former Pope Benedict XVI who finally confessed that
    such unprecedented recognition of Islam stemmed from “bishops of the
    Arab countries” after these objected the recognition by Vatican of the

    Although the Catechism states Islam “professes” to worship the same God (the God of Abraham), that doesn’t mean they actually do worship Him. The statement is factually correct. The problem is that stating this positively instead of condemning the heresy of Islam has given naive poorly catechized “do gooders” and “wolves in sheep’s clothing” a “green light”, in their own minds anyway, to abuse this paragraph, Pope Benedict XVI rightly confessed this fact.

    The “falling away” of the West “began” with the first Protestant Revolution, and it’s been gaining traction in the West ever since. Have you ever heard that old analogy used, “A rocket uses 90% of its fuel during takeoff”?

    It took around five centuries worth of fuel, 90% of it, for the “falling away” to take off. The 1960’s was the official takeoff in my mind when the West universally threw sexual ethics out the window. Ever since then the rocket of apostasy and revolt has been in full orbit. This last 10% of fuel will evaporate much quicker than the first 90% did.

    The good news is, whatever hell awaits us, if these are indeed the ‘End Times’ of Bible prophesy, the return of Christ is imminent.

    Excellent analysis, as always, Walid Shoebat.

    • Vinny Zee

      Good comments. Nostra Aetate is problematic because it says they adore “The One God.” This is impossible because in the Liturgy we always say, “The Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, One in Being and undivided.” We know they reject Christ as God. The One God IS God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. How can Vatican II say they worship the One God when in fact they reject the One God because of their rejection of Christ? I think this is where the modernist, who love to debate words and terms, want to come in and argue for their ambiguities.

      • HolyFire

        I have a full Vatican translation of the Vatican II Council documents but haven’t read them to date. This wording is problematic.

        If it helps, the Catechism, if read in context in the same section as paragraph 841, explains this in the following manner:

        “843 The Catholic Church recognizes in other religions that search, among shadows and images, for the God who is unknown yet near since he gives life and breath and all things and wants all men to be saved. Thus, the Church considers all goodness and truth found in these religions as “a preparation for the Gospel and given by him who enlightens all men that they may at length have life.”332

        844 In their religious behavior, however, men also display the limits and errors that disfigure the image of God in them:

        Very often, deceived by the Evil One, men have become vain in their reasonings, and have exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and served the creature rather than the Creator. Or else, living and dying in this world without God, they are exposed to ultimate despair.333”

        In other words, it’s stating that mans impulse toward religion, is our innate builtin impulse to worship God (of whom there is only One in 3 Divine Persons). Other religions, though in error and deceived, exist to fulfill mans innate impulse to know and worship His Creator.

        I’m presently reading a helpful book by Father Gruner, the Fatima Priest, titled ‘Crucial Truths to Save Your Soul.’ It’s about how to safely navigate through these times as a Catholic when we can no longer blindly follow Church leaders. Here is a quote from the preface, written by a friend of Father Gruner’s:

        “People have got to realize that God expects them to use their brains. I’ll never forget the experience I had as a seminarian in the diocese of Montreal. Someone in the chancery office not the Cardinal Archbishop himself, but some lower functionary — issued a letter stating that as of January 15, 1967, it was forbidden to promote the message of Garabandal in that diocese. Or rather, it didn’t say that. But when you read the letter, that was the impression that you got. That was the obvious import of the letter, at least on the first reading. I happened to read the letter through a second time, and as I did, I realized that nowhere in the letter was any such order actually given. It was abundantly clear that the Chancellor or whoever wrote the letter (I can’t remember now who signed it) wanted the reader to believe that this order had been given, but I looked up and down the letter, and there was simply no explicit order anywhere in it.

        I spoke to the Vice-Chancellor (whom I knew, and who happened to be living in the seminary where I was studying), and I asked him: ‘The first time I read this letter, I understood it to forbid certain activities, but the second time I read it, I saw that no order of any kind is actually given. Did I miss something?’

        I learned much more about theology and Canon Law from his answer than I’ve learned in many hours spent in some seminary classes. It was a very sad lesson to have to learn, but every Catholic needs to hear this. He said: ‘You understood the letter correctly. We purposely wrote it that way.’

        They deliberately created the impression of giving a formal order, binding under obedience, but they never actually gave the order!”

        Isn’t this Catholic teaching today in a nutshell? Church dogma hasn’t changed in essence. The wording of our Catechism certainly gives the “impression” that it has though while stating that it hasn’t.

        When it comes to Church leaders, quite often, they can be flat out wrong. Bishop Barron basically stated “gay marriage” is okay in an interview with a married homosexual man. Is it any wonder 63% of Catholics surveyed believe in homosexual marriage today (as do 58% of Orthodox Christians)?

        Pope Francis considers marriage ethics an “ideal” now:

        This is a free copy of the book:

        Satan has become very savvy. Now, because he has failed to change dogmatic teaching, he has learned to “imply” falsities through pope’s bishops, clergy he has been able to deceive, and he seems to have deceived far too many of them in our present era.

        God’s law isn’t an ideal. It’s an expectation. When and where we fall short, we have the Sacrament of Reconciliation available to us. When we make “lite” of mans imperfections we remove the need for Catholics to even bother with this Sacrament. The false impression given that God’s mercy is unconditional and that we have a reasonable hope all men are saved, is just that, false. The Church doesn’t teach this.

        This Church of Nice approach suggests the greatest mortal sin in existence is “hurting a person’s feelings.” It’s bizarre! When I read the Gospels and Sacred Scripture as a whole, I don’t see any concern for protecting the feelings of others at the expense of the “truth.”

        How could we not be on the cusp of the ‘End Times’ of Bible prophesy?

        • Darren Neufeldt

          Thank you for the link to the book, I look forward to reading it.

          • HolyFire

            You’re most welcome brother.

        • Vinny Zee

          Sorry been so busy in the last few days. I want to respond to this in detail when I have an opportunity. Thanks for the reply here.

        • Vinny Zee

          I think your point about the letter said it all. I think this is the very thing we read in Nostra Aetate and Lumen Gentium and others. I have often said what they give with one hand they take away with the other. They give you some Orthodoxy, take it away and hand you modernism. I never thought I would battle with modernism as much as I once battled against “post-modernism.” So the point you made I think says it all, they say somethings without so much as saying some things. You see this in so many things. There are certainly ambiguities that I think are intentional. The intentional ambiguities leave open the interpretation to the one holding the bag. It is a shame, but also, is this not what we deserve. Like Israel whom God allowed to reject him and ask for a king like the “nations around them,” hasn’t the Catholic Church also done the same thing? They rejected God to be like the other religions around them, practicing worldly things they practice, have license like they have license, being “free” like they are “free.” In the end, the warning of Peter, they became a slave to that which they thought freed them. Did God allow the liberals to have their ambiguities so they could do that which ought not be done? We must heed what Christ told us and be as wise as serpents but as gentle as doves. I appreciate your words and thoughts. Too bad your profile is private and doesn’t allow others to follow it. However, I get it. Blessings be upon you.

          • HolyFire

            Thanks, Vinnie.

            My profile is private because my primary purpose here is to learn from the content of the articles rather than engage in social media. That’s a secondary component.

            Nevertheless I thoroughly enjoy the occasional substantive exchanges like we and others have shared here.

            I’ve noticed that you are a regular. We’ll continue to cross paths I’m sure.

            God be with you, brother.

          • Vinny Zee

            I too spend more time reading than I do commenting. It has been good meeting you and I also look forward to other conversations. God Bless you my friend.

      • PaulF

        Sections 2 & 3 of Nostra Aetate will be formally corrected at the top level of authority in the Church because, as Pope Benedict XVI admitted while still in office, they are not in accord with the Faith of the Apostles.
        May it happen quickly. Syncretism does untold damage.

        • Vinny Zee

          Sooner rather than later let’s hope. Your reply sheds a lot of hope in all of us.

  • Vinny Zee

    “It was Chrislamic Arab Patriarchs and Bishops who finally infiltrated the Vatican influencing Nostra Aetate, which recognized Islam.” BINGO. There is the crux of the issue that I have been trying to wrap my head around (if that is even possible.) In Lumen Gentium we have this pesky word “subsists” which seems to be what has allowed the flood gates of heresy (or syncretism) to open up. “This Church constituted and organized in the world as a society, subsists in the Catholic Church, which is governed by the successor of Peter and by the Bishops in communion with him.” The Fathers taught that outside the church there is no salvation. Apart from that, there is not room to permit the endless comments on Islam and Mohammet.

    On to Nostra Aetate, “The Church regards with esteem also the Moslems. They adore the one God, living and subsisting in Himself; merciful and all- powerful, the Creator of heaven and earth.” There also again you see this pesky term, “subsists.” Dr. Sungenis and others have pointed out, “the ambiguities of Vatican II.” The post-conciliar church has turned from the traditional teachings of the fathers and pursed a modernist approach to the faith, i.e. the modernism strictly condemned by Pope Pius X (PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS Encyclical of Pope Pius X on the doctrines of modernist.)

    I have always smelled a rat every time I read Lumen Gentium. It was the document that almost kept me from returning to the church and since coming home, it has a certain stench I just can’t ignore. If you ever want to talk about verbal judo, it is watching Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI try to explain exactly what the term subsists actually means. However, when one watches that happened under JPII and the Assisi prayer meetings, one would have to wonder what JPII actually thought about the term “subsists.” In conclusion, JPII had more wars under his pontificate that any other pope before him. What does this tell us about whether the “church militant” can actually stand in the face of the evil that is pervading the church.

    • “How can the church “esteem” heretics who do not even recognize Jesus
      Christ as God? How can we say they “adore the one God” when the one God
      is solemnly declared to eternally exist in the blessed and holy Trinity?
      They deny the divinity of Christ. They deny Christ. How can they adore
      the God whom they also deny?”

      This is the same issue I have as well. It’s not only the Catholics who are suffering from this error, but even among evangelicals who uses the outreach method known as “The Camel Method” to attempt and find similarly to preach the Gospel to Muslim.

      • Vinny Zee

        There is certainly common ground on which to talk to a Muslim, i.e. they know about Abraham, they’ve heard of Mary, they’ve heard of Jesus. Like Paul when he told the Athenians, “I can see you are very religious.” Then he proclaimed Christ to them in the midst of their gods. This I believe is different than what has happened with Nostra Aetate, in that the church appears to “esteem” the Muslim, so we they don’t want to take the approach of Paul and tell the Muslim the truth like Paul would have. Sure many do. Also, NA does say they don’t know Christ as God. However, my beef with many of the Vatican II documents, is that what they give with one hand they take away with the other. So they say the Muslims don’t esteem Christ as God (the orthodoxy) but then it says they esteem the Muslim who worships the one true God (modernism.) On top of the modernism is the ambiguity. Again, how can they say the Muslim does not know Christ as God and say also the Muslim worships the One true God, when Orthodoxy of the Christian faith has taught us that Jesus is not only God, but we have the uniqueness and blessedness of the Trinity? Otherwise, why would the church have had to fight Arianism if this issue is no longer a central issue. Since when did revering Jesus as a prophet qualify one to have reached the level to “adore the One God?” While we’re at it, Nostra Aetate can be a Jehovah’s Witness and a Morman’s biggest dream. Ultimately, modernism and ambiguity will be the biggest mistake of our time if we do not reverse this trend!

        • “This I believe is different than what has happened with Nostra Aetate,
          in that the church appears to “esteem” the Muslim, so we they don’t want
          to take the approach of Paul and tell the Muslim the truth like Paul
          would have.”

          This, so much this.

          I vaguely recall somebody making the remark that in the 80s to 90s, missionary somehow decided to stop try evangelizing the Muslims because of points you just made above.

          Ambiguity is BAD. As a student of electronic engineering technology, ambiguity is a big NO-NO. So why is ambiguity allowed in theology but not in scientific fields such as engineering where a slight miscalculation can bear catastrophic disaster?

          It is they, whom the Scriptures solemnly warned, that “professes to be wise, they became fools.”

          It seem, dear friend, that once more, the Church finds herself floundering as it were in the days before the Battle of Lepanto that saved Europe. Only this time, I am afraid there won’t be a Pope who will rally the faithful to fight against the enemy of God.

  • infowolf1

    “It was sold as a “spiritual exploration” of the Russian folklore ” I think the retention of fairy stories (cleaned up somewhat) and folklore as children’s stories and so forth with Disney ramping it was a real bad idea.

  • “[…] these, who comment about abstaining from war and suffering, promote the death of the innocent.”

    Is this something related to what I said about “No to America’s intervention in Mexico unless invited by their government?”

    • I would be remiss not to mention that I agree with the thesis – the world is abandoning Christian ethics in favor of paganism. Even among Christians, embracing racial supremacy in the name of preserving culture (what culture?), hating the Jews through the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction movement, blending paganism with Christianity is lunacy.

      I remember several year ago, I read in “Letter to the Editor,” in a local paper, a woman said to the effect that we ought to celebrate Thor alongside Allah and God. That was the last time I subscribed to a newspaper.

      Unless the Church repent, God is going to winnow through the Church like the threshing floor of old.

      • Vinny Zee

        How many Christians today are just like the Jews who wanted a king? God told Samuel not to worry, it was Him they had rejected, so he told Samuel to go anoint a king for them. Today, how many Christians have looked to Donald Trump, (or some other leader) to save them? They talk more of their politics than their Christ?

        • As I said, “Unless the Church repent, God is going to winnow through the Church like the threshing floor of old.”

          What the Church needs today is another Samuel or John the Baptist to slap some sense in the Church – especially among the bishops.

          • Kamau41

            Amen to that Brother!

          • Vinny Zee

            I think the church has had plenty of Samuels and John the Baptists type figures and they were ignored just the same by many. I’m afraid we may eventually hear from God that if only Noah, Job or Daniel were here they could only save themselves.

        • Grandmere

          That is so true Vinny. And our constitution was made for a righteous people. It will not work otherwise.

    • St. Pope Pius XII, speaking about the carnage of the war, said:

      “Pius declares the unspeakable carnage of the war is from “the spirit of evil which sets itself in opposition to the Spirit of God. For those who have allowed themselves to be seduced by the advocates of violence, there is but one road to salvation: to repudiate immediately and forever the idolatry of absolute nationalism, pride of origin, race and blood.”

      That is a wisdom of reflection and of warning against ultra-nationalism which is manifesting itself before our eyes.

      • Some Christians would, without a shed of doubt, condemn St. Pope Pius XII for his efforts in saving the Jews today.

        It is beyond sickening to see those same Christians now doubting the holocaust, hating the Jews, and becoming apologists for the world greatest historical monster, Adolph Hitler.

    • It seem to me that since syncretism, defined as an attempt to fuse all religions together, is the end game, it is but another name for a heresy explicitly condemned by the Church, modernism.

  • RodK1975

    FANTASTIC ARTICLE, Mr Shoebat… it is imperative that we exercise the utmost caution to the messages we’re listening to (and yes, that includes “Christian” messages) as well as examine, continually even, our own thoughts to protect ourselves from getting drawn in to this vast deception. We must stay vigilant and guard our own hearts and minds against this trap.

    I know we all look forward to and are eager for Christian unity. However (and this is just Rod-ology, at this point), we must be very careful and particular about Christian ‘unity movements’ for this very reason. I personally believe that the great falling away must come first before true Trinitarian Christians can unite under one banner. We will be better able to see clearly once all the apostates have unified behind the Antichrist. Unity for the sake of unity may get us deceived by Chrislam or some other hybrid apostasy that looks good. Many will be deceived this way and won’t know they’ve chosen unwisely until it is much too late.

    • infowolf1

      I think “unity” is a bad idea. too much evil can proliferate in such a context. think quarantine.
      Also unity as an end in itself is hive mind seeking occultic pagan feeling, the mass effect the mob mentality swept along in a group, being part of something greater than oneself – why is that always presented to us as such a good thing?
      Paul always spoke of unity in TRUTH not unity as an end in itself. Closing ranks against a common enemy is one thing. chronic group minded collectivism is another.

    • Brenda

      Think I like Rod-ology so far and it makes sense to be “patient” and not rush into anything out of sheer emotions. I remember following and gaining a lot of followers on Twitter early on in the election cycle, “We were all so seemingly happy to have found so many like minded individuals”, Then came those demanding that if you did not pick Ted Cruise you had to have been a lesser Christian than they were when in fact I was still “undecided”. I was fast getting turned off, then at some point and it all happened fast, I had to keep dropping people becasue they were looking more and more insane to me, Until finally I just deleted the account and would rather be private, Quality over quantity!

      • What happened to the cat?

        • Grandmere

          Looks like she’s ready for the battle. Once a kitten. Now a tiger.

          • Kamau41

            I think she is. Good one.

          • Brenda

            Too old for real battle, But if I could I would love to defeat evil, You never know what your capable of until your actually faced with it and I already know sometimes it’s the most timid person that everyone picked on that actually suddenly has no fear when it comes down to the live or die situations. Something happens and even a scatter brain like me in my daily life suddenly thinks 1000 miles and hour, I’d envy the healthy young jet pilot that fights for what is right, That would be a natural high like no other.

          • Grandmere

            An old cat is a wise cat. We catch more prey that way. God bless you and keep you. XO

          • I liked the cat much better. Changing icons is like Anthony changing his rosary. His rosary matches his personality just like the mousetrap matches your. Each person has a personality in my mind and the cat matched her personality much better than a tiger.

          • Brenda

            Oh alright, I will be cute cat again if it means that much would have done it anyhow since I’m so mistrusting of this internet.

            Okay were a kitty again, You know there are times I would love to comment of Facebook but don’t my last name isn’t any common one too many nuts out there.

          • Kamau41

            There’s our kitten again.

          • Grandmere

            I get it, Chef. You know I do.

          • Brenda

            Well he is right, it matches me more on here. : )

          • Grandmere

            I love that kitten!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • Brenda

          Both are equally likable to me, Maybe I just feel less approachable or firmer in my stance somehow, all of the nutty ideologies and ideas floating around that I don’t want anywhere near me so I am not gonna move, Guess that is the feeling if I were to answer that.

          • Grandmere

            Bigger paws. Firmer stance. I like it!

      • Kamau41

        We loved your cat.

        • Grandmere

          She’s still a cat.

  • reyol

    I wonder if all these neo-pagans have any idea how much blood these “gods of our people” require? There were good reasons (and the help of the Holy Spirit) why our ancestors abandoned these supposedly wonderful religions. I suspect that they were tired of all the butchery and were glad to hear of a god that sacrificed himself for the redemption of mankind. But now, people long for a return to the horror imagining that sexual freedom will be worth it. They want to be free from all the “Thou shalt not’s” but cannot see what chains shall fall upon them when they are. They feel nervous and uncomfortable when a Christian cleric comes towards them; they know not the sheer terror they will experience when a pagan priest comes near. Taboos, terrors and tortures – that is what they will get. They don’t know how good they had it under christianity.

    • infowolf1

      there is this notion that bloodthirstiness was Christian and Roman empire was unusual among pagans, but that is nonsense. the pax romana for instance that imposed peace on the chronically warring pagan peoples.
      A lot of conversion of peoples was by converting the rulers, and since one usually worshipped the gods of one’s king or of one’s conqueror, Christianity could easily displace paganism in either case. The supposed Christian imperialism in the Nordic situations was more like people at war one side adopted Christianity, so naturally the losers in the ongoing war did also.
      Much nicey nice about wicca and neo paganism in the US at least is the result of Christian cultural influence that was kept when Christianity was dumped by the Enlightenment and so forth. One idiot on an egroup said that if the violent negative type “morrigan” turned up she’d consider it a deception a demon or something and make it leave, she wouldn’t face the fact that the false goddess she thought of as kindly was originally considered horrifying.

    • infowolf1

      all those taboos plenty of thou shalt nots including sexual issues, sure there might be promiscuity and homosexual acts allowed in some ritual or seasonal contexts, the rest of the time it might bring death or flogging or fines. there was concern for social stability. And the superstitious related thou shalt nots I read once that in Mongolia pissing in the fire was a death penalty issue.

      • reyol

        “Taboo” is a polynesian word meaning, “Even though we live on a paradise on Earth, it’s kind of boring so we’re going to make our lives more exciting by declaring this to be forbidden under penalty of death.” They had so many that the European discoverers had no trouble learning that word and what it meant. I am reminded of the story of the anthropologist who was told by his South Seas host that he would have been in the dinner, not at the dinner if it weren’t for those missionaries that he so deplored.

  • Tracey Opbroek

    Islam will mix with Catholicism . The woman and the beast .

    • magaforever

      Lol how is islam the woman and Catholicism the beast?? Without catholics the whole world would be will be idiot protestant cultists like you who repeat the damned foolish wicked history of your heretic god luther and join the muslims while the catholic and orthodox unite for the final crusade to vanquish you..just wait and see i guarantee you no catholic i know will be bowing to allah

    • magaforever

      Luther joined the muslims not catholics.. You are very ignorant of history.

      • PaulF

        You’re right maga but I wouldn’t be complacent. There are masons in the hierarchy and funny things happen betimes.

    • AnthonyM

      Some individual Catholics may fall away and accept Chrislam, but Chrislam will never be Church dogma. We have Jesus guarantee on that.
      However, some Protestant churches place the Koran in pews along side the Bible. Rick Warren is an example.

      • I can almost bet you did not finish the article Anthony.

      • Anthony,

        Apperently you were never Protestant. What she is saying is this:

        There is a book called “Woman Riding the Beast” by Dave Hunt and she is concluding that the Catholics will unite with Islam and that is Antichrist.

        I know Hunt, his work in that book was terrible. He was an accountant.

      • PaulF

        Does he do that? I didn’t think it had gone that far.

        • AnthonyM

          I saw it on the report “Rick Warren’s Chrislam Starts To Spread In America” by Geoffrey Grider Feb 4, 2011.

    • Raph Sebastian

      You’re dumber than a bag of rocks. You have nothing to back up your slander except for your wrote learnt lies. Now if you care to back up your assertion people here might just take you seriously, but then again, after starting with a comment like yours, there is very little wiggle room for taking you seriously.

      • Grandmere

        Ohhhhhhh! SNAP!

        • Brenda

          Raph makes me feel safe and secure, He’s a front of the line kinda guy isn’t he?

          • Grandmere

            Yes he is.

          • Kamau41

            He’s always been a sharp shooter.

    • Kamau41

      Show us proof. You can’t and won’t guranteed!!

  • Kamau41

    Absolutely another fantastic Sunday Special series. This is certainly another eye-opener that the reader needs to take careful heed to. You have uncovered much in depth of the history of Syncretism and why so many will be deceived. Today, Crislam-Sophism is very widespread throughout both the east/west.

    More than ever, we have to examine all things very carefully. Deception is increasing and will certainly get much worse in the days ahead. We must always be aware and guard our hearts. As always, thank you for helping us to stay alert and wide awake of what is happening in our times.

  • Juan

    Excellent article showing the demonic syncretism of the antichrist that is becoming stronger among the masses everywhere on this Earth. Sufi Islam, that is Chrislam itself from its beginning (cf. “El Islam cristianizado” fr. Miguel Asin Palacios) is the main candidate capable of absorb all this in order to destroy Christendom. We have to consider also the role of antinomian sects inside judaism, that act against Jews as George Soros example perfectly shows.
    Being Jesuchrist the Son of God and the divine Logos, every movement that deny him is per se antinomian and the fruits of antinomianism are blindness, abandon to selfishness, demonic influence and, conscious or unconscious, self-worship like sectarianism, racism, arrogance, lust and an absolute absence of humility and modesty.
    I tend to think that sufism will be the glue for the New Age World religion of the antichrist and Turkey and Turkic nations its physical center.
    The main thing we can do is to help for the Union of Roman Catholic Church with Orthodoxy but pope Francis is walking in the opposite way, the union with protestants and with every non Trinitarian faith.

  • You are correct Mr. Vix. It was a quote I got from CARM which I intended to refute but forgot:

    I took it out and now it flows: “One of the missing parts in Protestant Bibles is the rest of Esther, which was not in the Hebrew, but is found in the septuagint Greek edition which Christ used.”

    Thank you for pointing it out.

    • Vinny Zee

      I think I knew what you meant when I read it before the correction, but thanks for the correction. Fine job by Mr. Vix. There are other trolls who would be looking for any reason to pounce. Thanks also for the work on pointing to Nostra Aetate. I have been giving this a lot of attention lately and looking at it. It is just so problematic. I am glad you are raising awareness on the issue. Would love to see you address Lumen Gentium some day or both documents in one article. The modernism Pope Pius X warned about is here.

      • You know my thoughts Vinny, my errors, grammar, intent …

        As far as addressing Lumen Gentium, my style is never to address a specific topic. Titles are usually “they are gonna behead you soon” while the actual topic is a mix of stuff from answering skeptics to my smarty jokes to philosophy to Jesus style questions.It would be too dry to focus on a topic.

        • Vinny Zee

          Totally understand and I do see that your style is more to look at how some of these modernist positions play into what we are seeing today and what we will see in the future. I think you draw the audience you do for a reason. I appreciate the response.

          • HolyFire

            Another issue I forgot to note in my original rant in reference to the Vatican II documents you’ve cited, is that they are pastoral rather than dogmatic. The Magisterium never declared them to be dogmatic because they contradict dogma. What has happened is that Church leadership has implied and acts as though these documents are dogma when they are not.

            Separating the pastoral from the dogmatic is probably the single most damaging weed to have propped up since the Vatican II Council. The documents you rightly take issue with wouldn’t exist if this false premise was never accepted. It’s a fruit of the liberalism and worldliness that has consumed the modern world.

            In a nutshell, we have the leaders we deserve at this time.

          • Vinny Zee

            Very good points and something I did not bring up. Could anyone imagine that so much change could come out of a “pastoral” counsel. Additionally, the church has been slow to correct that which is not infallible. That is another thing which is amazing to me.

  • DanteRivers

    From the picture captioned “The lazy looking son of Herod is Ret. Jerusalem patriarch Fouad Twal (awaiting replacement) sitting in Bethlehem”

    I think Ret. Jerusalem patriarch Fouad Twal looks like Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

    • Grandmere

      Too bad he doesn’t have Sheriff Joe’s zeal.

      • Kamau41

        Sheriff Joe. What a great man. He still has much zeal to crack the whip!

  • Randy Perez

    I always assumed that White nationalism or Hitler worship in Latin America can be explained with the cultural impact that the Spanish Caste System had in Latin America. Or it could be a hatred for Jews.

  • Grandmere

    Walid, our New Testament reading today was from Matthew 24. The priest preached an excellent sermon about the encroaching darkness. I had an opportunity to talk with him after, as I had altar duty. We discussed what is happening around the world. People are becoming ungovernable and we are in for some very dangerous times. Thank you for caring enough to educate us. I would mop your brow after this epic tome, but my towel is a little bit wet with tears. I do love you, brother.

    • So glad to see that your congregants are antichrist proof. Must be the falafel 😉 the reason I have been focused on this topic is that I see an era coming where people think that “its all good” because we have a ‘conservative’ government. It is here where we need to become more alert. We love you too Grand.

      • Kamau41

        “the reason I have been focused on this topic is that I see an era coming where people think that “its all good” because we have a ‘conservative’ government.” I’m seeing this more and more as time goes by. That is my biggest concern too. I believe this is putting many to sleep and they don’t even realize it.

        • The thief knows when is his best opportunity to enter.

          • Kamau41

            He does indeed!

  • Grandmere

    This evil is out of control. It is cropping up worldwide. It is tearing the fabric of society. We will see full on savages before it’s over.

  • Grandmere

    Nice catch Mr. Vix. I, too, was scratching my head over that. Now it is fixed.

    • I forgot to put “CARM claims ….”

      • Grandmere

        Well I hope Maria gave you a good neck and shoulders massage. You must have been hunched over your desk for hours.

        • How did you know. My back began killing me after hunching for so long.

          • Grandmere

            How did I know? I remember when I tapped on the back door. All I had was a mop and a bucket. Then I offered to set a few traps out back by the dumpster. Before I knew it, you had me chopping peppers and making hot sauce. Sometimes you took pity on me and washed out my eyes with saline so I could see clearly. I was sent to the walk in cooler on a couple of occasions. Now I am at the cash register. But I can’t help going back to the hot sauce and the mouse trap sometimes. Memories of easier times? I like the heat, the sweat and the yelling. ” Where is the sauce? Get a move on Grandmere!” XO

          • “Before I knew it, you had me chopping peppers and making hot sauce. ”

            I told you Grand to watch out from these Arabs. They still believe in slavery 😉

          • Grandmere

            ROLF! Happy snaps to you!

  • Craig A. Mouldey

    God bless and keep those priests such as Father Naddaf who chose to stand alone. Not an easy position to take. Sad and sobering to see such compromise. What part of 1 Cor. 6 do they not understand?
    14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? 15 And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? 16 And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols?
    I’ve been thinking more about death lately. My own. And there are still things to complete. I don’t believe all believers will be beheaded, but the strong implication is it will be a very significant number.

  • David W

    I remember reading Ted’s extensive articles in 2016 on the Pentecostal/Charismatic infection that swept through Mexico in the early 20th century, leading to massacres of Catholics and the rise of a corrupt government. And the Pentecostal frauds are ravaging the Philippines today: correct me if I am wrong on this?

  • richinnameonly

    “…the world has become a cesspool, an adulterous generation of evil ideologies where Christianity is mocked and undermined”. A big YES to that. It’s like a poisonous web that has been spun over the earth. One small example: since my wife likes to watch it, I saw that all american game show “Wheel of Fortune” host 2 homosexuals out of 3 contestants appearing on the show.
    How about some Chrislam propaganda:
    What a mess.
    Great article.

    • Grandmere

      One of these days it will be Wheel of Torture and all the “contestants” will be Christians.

    • Brenda

      Has anyone else literally felt physically sick from just looking at things lately? That is the effect it has on me sometimes, like some of these comments on twitter, The actresses and singers etc, It’s so blatantly obvious wrong, twisted, and upside down, I’m really wondering why there hasn’t been a fire and brimstone situation by now? It looks that bad to me.

      • Grandmere

        Keep watch during the darkness, tiger. Cats see very well at night.

  • Really? Please explain with references and facts.

  • Grandmere

    Chef only serves falafels. The pizza joint is at the corner of You and Tube.

    • Actually today I am making two Pizzas. One with sautéed Tomatoes and mushroom (for me and Maria) the other, well, has pig, the boys call Pepperoni. They were born here, so they are a bit barbarian savage slightly civilized by me.

      • PaulF

        Stoppit! You have me salivating before lunchtime.
        And they’re still saying the Antichrist will be an Italian!

        • It turned out that Antichrist is a Kabob maker.

          • PaulF

            A Doner Kabob maker?
            That’s a theological problem too.

      • Grandmere

        Home made beats Youtube every time. It’s funny. I like vegetables the best but have to make MEAT for papa. It is easy to make homemade and for that I will have to tip my hat to, Oh No, Youtube!

        • You make your own Pizza too? The secret is how do you get the dough chewy like the professional oven does it? To standard oven gets to 550 and you need over 900 degrees. With lesser temperature you need to dough to be a little more wet, this way the steam does not dissipate and your crust ends up like cardboard. I get it to the max, 550 and place the Pizza pan right on the bottom without the rack. It is done within minutes and then on minute on grill on the top and it comes out just like the Pizzeria. The other ticket is making the tomato sauce from scratch. Whats your recipe?

          • Brenda

            He he, I was going to comment about how I like my crust that way earlier too “chewy”, you gotta go to authentic Italian around here to get it how I like and they must season it somehow, real pizza, the kind that almost chokes you with the cheese.

          • Grandmere

            I have a range with two ovens. The smaller one gets HOT. The larger one is used a couple of times a year during the holidays. I use little boy every day and fat man on Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. My son is the bread master. And he brings me the dough. He knows how to make a bed, sew a button, clean carpets and gutters, cook a meal, and LISTEN to three women when they need to vent. I am in awe of him.

  • AnthonyM

    Great article. I could not imagine Chrislam taking root. But as you point out, it is likely. People will by into it thinking joining together will bring peace and safety.
    It was surprising when I first heard of reports some time ago that anti-Semitism is rising in France and other European countries. I could not help but think, ‘have they lost their minds so soon?’

    • Its not Chrislam that is heading your direction Anthony, its Chrispag (Christianity plus Paganism, Chrispag). No matter what, you have an incoming. So better duck down and do the Rosary 😉

      • AnthonyM

        Yes, indeed.

      • AnthonyM

        Though I did read the article to the end, but succumbed to a nap halfway thru. Not the articles fault, but I blame the chocolate chip cookie and milk.

        • Confession is the beginning of healing Anthony. Taking naps during my class …

      • Brenda

        Friday I said to someone that I think we are / USA is falling deeply into Paganism, Funny thing thing is unlike you.. I don’t know all the “details” of what it even means, I was just speaking from my gut from what I have seen, becasue it surely isn’t what I would call Christianity and that was the only thing I could think it would be called.

        • Grandmere

          The reason you see it is because you are on the hunt. The hunt for the truth. Tiger, meet old Battle Axe! Welcome to the pride.

          • Brenda

            Your the sweetest trap in the world Grand, Thank you, Oh I feel less lonely today than usual, Being somewhat a loner and un-trusting soul, LOL! Bless you.

  • KD

    Walid, tremendous article (as always)
    Quick question: this is going to come across as lazy, though that’s certainly not my intention… Any chance on one of these “super long articles” that you can post an audio/video of it?
    Thanks in advance and I love all that you do.

    • KD,

      I leave video for Theo, I like the old fashioned way because I too, like you, am “lazy” 😉

      • Wilma Mills

        I liked your videos. Sometimes I still watch and share them to try and get people to see what Islam is actually up to.

  • Darren Neufeldt

    Having just finished and not reading any comments, would one say this Chrislam is why the Catholic Churches in Israel were never reconsecrated to Jesus as discussed in a previous article? I know I miss a lot or rather have a hard time retaining information, but this would make sense to me at least.

    Also we here in Canada are seeing our own Alt-Right formation, Rebel Media I think is one of the more well known to me as I see it almost daily pop up here and there and I’m sure there’s more as well.

    Speaking of all these groups that are infiltrating the Church, and trying to seduce the Elect, I can see how it is very hard to keep track of it all. I guess with time and training it gets easier, but it has me worried that I will fall behind. I am assuming here that in time even the Vatican will fall? Or does one think that it will be tried by fire and emerge as a beacon of light? I’m a little confused here.

    All in all, great article, I am really enjoying these and hopefully I will retain enough that I can emerge victorious myself.

    Thank you.

  • Thanks sanford, it took a week, a thousand words or so per day.

  • Kamau41

    And things will eventually begin to accelerate.

  • He is a Noah. Great video.

  • Wilma Mills

    Did not realize how old and widespread Chrislam is. First I heard of it was during the stink about Rick Warren. This makes sense in that everyone not written in the Lamb’s Book of Life will hate and turn on Israel and anyone who turns to the true Christ and will kill them. WOW !!! Sounds like all religions will mix under the Muslim antichrist Mahdi. Comes from people desiring to have peace with Islam.
    I heard Obama say that rev. Wright taught him that he didn’t have to stop being Muslim to become a Christian. Oh yes you do !!! We “turned to God from idols to serve the true living and true God.”

  • rodolfo

    I’ll still hang-on to the Apostles’ Creed for my Catholic belief.

  • Стефан Евгений

    Putin is now the enemy of Dugin’s lot, they are not big fans of Putin these days. Dugin is not even Orthodox but a old Rituralist.
    Westerners give Dugin too much importance.
    I saw a vid when Dugin’s lot, brought in a imam to speak they could not even fill the table, if he was really important in russia he’d filled a hall.

  • HolyFire

    On that note, this is an informative article I read a little earlier today on Vatican II, Muslims, Jews and SSPX, and the agendas and politics associated with them:

    • Juan

      Thanks for the link, brother.

  • PaulF

    ‘… when ancient Israel stepped into rebellion, that type of falling away is called Syncretism. It is the same type of rebellion we see today …’
    Precisement! Syncretism is the problem, now as much as ever, and maybe a lot more so. If we cling to the only true God, the one who took flesh in Christ, we are safe. If we step onto the ground of the spirits of Antichrist, even in a small way, we are in very serious trouble.
    At the center of the Old Testament stands the contest on Mount Carmel between Elijah and the prophets of Baal. That contest is still going on today, and Elijah’s cry to the people of God is every bit as relevant now as it ever was: “How long will ye go hobbling on two different legs!” (1 Kings 18:21)

  • Raph Sebastian

    Dear Mr. Singh,

    Fear not, Putin already has Dugin in his cross-hairs, metaphorically speaking, This sort of BS will not be able to find much traction in Russia, but like you rightly said, this plays well among the likes of the muslim Chechens and the muslim minorities.

    • Стефан Евгений

      Well RS, you have to ask if dugin is so important,why was he shyte canned at MSU?

      • Raph Sebastian

        Precisely, brat. he is not at all important. I am glad that MSU canned him too.

        • Стефан Евгений

          RS, here is some info from Russia,translate the page and read it. I really liked this part. Writer and publicist Maxim Kantor , in his book “Empire inside out” (2015) as a critique of ideology led Eurasian argument on the nonexistence of a historical, cultural, religious or economic integrity of Eurasia. [21] The vast differences in the cultural, linguistic, religious respect among the peoples of Europe and Asia makes it virtually impossible any joint unity. [22] The very ideology has been used only in the geopolitical order to justify the confrontation between the Russian conservatism and Western liberalism . According to Maxim Kantor Eurasianism can not be regarded as a philosophy, since it is based on the mystical understanding of reality and contains an abstract, vague judgments. [23] This is especially true determination of the economic and social models of this ideology, and their implementation after the acquisition of territorial space of the Eurasian

  • I know about Dugin.He is a fascist. Should have included him.

  • racarrera

    As Ted has completed what will surely be seen as a masterpiece, perhaps it’s a good idea to put this massive series into book form once it’s completed. It’s continually deep reading.

  • Thats why I have them in sections. A section a day keeps the devil away 😉

  • Indian Christian Crusader

    Brilliant article. It shows how some corrupt church leaders are prepared to side with Islam and merge it. In India, we have no shortage of such so called ‘church leaders’ who ally with Hinduism. Especially from India’s south west. You ask them, they deny any persecution done by Hinduism and believe in merging Hinduism with Christianity. God wants His people to keep pure and separated from filth.

    • There he is. Haven’t seen you in two weeks. Glad to see you comment again. Thanks for the compliment. So Syncretism is also in India.

  • HolyFire

    It’s amazing how people like you believe in and uphold moral and theological anarchy, an anarchy that has created 40000 plus different scriptural interpretations to date, if you strictly focus on denominations. If you threw “arm chair” Bible believers into the mix God only knows how many millions of scriptural interpretations there are today all competing with the next man’s.

    Luther broke ranks. He set the standard for what was to follow:

    John 10:15-17

    15 As the Father knoweth me, and I know the Father: and I lay down my life for my sheep.

    16 And other sheep I have, that are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice, and there shall be ONE fold and ONE shepherd.

    17 Therefore doth the Father love me: because I lay down my life, that I may take it again.

  • “Why are you writing so hostile about European nations and Greece in particular?”

    Because I want to.

    “I am Greek”


    “and do not write about your nation”

    Its your choice

    “because I don’t know anything about it.”

    And? Why are you letting me know this?

    “I don’t feel the need to comment”

    Then why comment?


    Ahhh, there is that “but”.

    “if u write about my nation I will reply to you.”

    Great. Have at it, I love replies.

    “What gives u the right to write …”

    Well since you stated you know nothing about my nation, in my nation we have what is called the First Amendment. It gives us a right to write anything we like including offensive speech. Now you learned something about my nation.

    “and publicize incorrect statements about Greece and its national issues?”

    I didn’t.

    “You are totally ignorant about northern Epirus which you describe as “southern muslim Albania”.

    No I am not. I do agree with you it belongs to Greece. You are completely misreading my statement. Today it is part of Albania. While I do not agree with this, this is the status quo. I know there is a substantial ethnic Greek population there. it was held by Greece and in 1914 was declared an independent state the locals against annexation to the newly founded Albanian principality. In 1914, it was recognized as Northern Epirus by the Albanian government. But this was short lived, Albania collapsed after World War I. Greece held the area between 1914 and 1916. It unsuccessfully tried to annex it but the Greek forces were driven out by Italy. The Paris Peace Conference then awarded it to Greece. It then reverted to the Albanians in 1921 after Greece’s was defeated in the Greco-Turkish War.

    I simply stated the official stance, not that I agree with it, I don’t.

    “the Greek minority there is being terrorized by albanian gangs encouraged by the Albanian government.”

    I know. If you looked at my statement carefully, I complement what the Greeks want when it comes to this. But the rest of what the Golden Dawn wants is not the behavior of Christian Orthodox, its the behavior of fascists.

    “Every country has its fascist, so yes, Greece too”

    Okay, what the problem then?

    “but you are blowing the whole “Golden Dawn thing totally out of proportions.”

    Please show from my exact quotes what I “blew out of proportion”?

    “Ordinary people voted for Golden Dawn out of desperation,”

    Ordinary people voted for Hitler out of desperation, so what. This is not my problem, this is the problem with people. It is not my fault. I simply state the facts.

    “if all fascists rise again in Europe which you fear, do not blame ordinary people but blame the elites”

    Blaming the elites is populism which leads to fascism. You have the same problem as these people.

    “Greeks are no racists.”

    Did I write “Greeks are racists”?

    However, the Golden Dawn is racist.

    “We never touched the Turkish muslim minority in western Thrace, not even after Turkey exterminated the Greek orthodox population of Constantinople in 1955.”

    Did I say you did? No. So why are you bringing that up?

    “You also write about “Slavomacedonians” in Greece suggesting they are somehow at risk of being expelled. It seems that just like the Jews you are jealous of the ancient Greek civilization and feel hatred towards Greece.”

    Did I bring up the Jews? You did. Why? Why are you bringing up the Jews into an argument that has nothing to do with Jews?

    “But unfortunately for you we are tough cookies”

    Great. I want you to be a tough cookie. Did I say anything about wanting you to be a soft muffin?

    “we have been around in our land for many centuries and despite having been been occupied many times, we are still there and will always be there, annoying you with our presence and existence.”

    Mr. Alte, I have written countless articles in support of Greece against the Turks. I have written on Hagia Sofia and fought the Ottoman dreams in thousands of articles on the side of the Greeks. Google “Shoebat and Greece and see. You do not know me from Adam and you write as if I hate the Greeks. I know every Greek recipe, Greek arts, music, songs … I lived next door to you in Israel and George Dalaras is my favorite singer. I even advertise Greek arts on my website continually.

    “Sorry. Ask the Turks, Germans, Italians, Bulgarians and the rest who tried to annihilate Greece.”

    Why are you lecturing me on this?

    “Look at your own nation before …”

    I did. I also have countless articles critiquing my own nation. The question is where are your articles critiquing yours?

    “writing misleading propaganda about my country and its national issues you know nothing about.”

    Apparently I do and you are writing a comment about a person you know NOTHING ABOUT.

    Perhaps you should examine the log in your own eye before you pick on the spec in your brother’s.

    Here, chill out:

  • Grace Ziem

    A long and thoughtful work, thank you for the ongoing sharing to help us understand and, with prayer, try to avoid the many pitfalls of thought and action which can lead us away from Christ and His kingdom.

  • Grace Ziem

    Hawking has led so many toward hell, forgive us older ones who have some difficulty with pity. I grieve for his many victims. Perhaps in a thousand or 10,000 years I’ll have some time to grieve for him.

  • Grandmere

    Even the thief on the cross was saved by a death bed confession. We need to pray for those who know not, nor love not the Lord Jesus.

    • You like this beat Grand:

      Isn’t that violin great?

      • Grandmere

        I didn’t know the Orange Blossom Special went from the lake district to the firth of Forth. But I should have. Thanks!

    • Reader

      Grand mere,

      I am just learning how this is done, and have another following if I am successful with this.

      You may be able to go right to it off the side bar.

      The second one is called Jericho Road.



      • Grandmere

        Tennessee Ernie Ford was a star when I was a child. That was a nice flash back. Perry Como was big back then too and how about Sid Caesar? So funny!

  • Always glad to give you something to complain about Reader. What can I say? The guy is ugly inside and out, he is homely and that is a fact. He is just like the Muslim blind clergy, they are blind inside and out so is Hawkings homely inside and out. I never said that God cursed him, yet you put words in my mouth and you attribute quotations that I never even said, yet this does not phase you one iota? Have a nice blessed day Reader. I enjoy reading complaints more than compliments. Its quite entertaining to see how different people in the West think, and I am not talking about the ones who swallow a gnat, but the ones who swallow a camel!

  • Good grief Reader,

    Now I have to piece together a complex algorithm on what you said and how I understood it and what you really meant and a whole analysis on your analysis of what I am like and what you are like.

    Okay, lets see:

    Yasser Arafat was so ugly that he looked like a hyena. He has a daughter, but I bet that because he was so ugly that his wife insisted they conceive the child through artificial incrimination.

    Now lets see how an American will comment an essay on my comment.

  • “Seriously, Walid,”

    I did not want to get serious. I was in my joking mood yesterday.

    “I really do regret we have the unpleasant experience of provoking one another but I don’t know why that should interfere with brotherly love.”

    Take it easy Reader. We’re friends and always will be.

    You didn’t give me a link, but I presume you meant this song:


    You gave me “Jericho Road” I presume its a song, right:

    Great songs.

    As far as the Air Force band children how …

    I found this one by Kenny Rogers:

    Loved it. I shared an office with one of Kenny Rogers song writers.

    Is this the song?

    I find no fault in Him, is it this one:

    I recall these days Reader when I first came to the U.S. when these songs were popular. There is something to be said about these days. Even when I first joined Fair Oaks Baptist, I loved the old hymnals to later see it all gone with this new sound of drums and noise. The words in these older songs and hymnals had deeper meaning. The quality was superb.

    Here, I will share with you the first hymn I encountered just when I turned Christian and entered Fair Oaks. It was “I’d Rather Have Jesus”. Here is a sample:

    I was raised under pastor Dennis Beatty. He still pastors:

    I liked his teaching. We one time locked heads, but we reconciled. He was a good man. His sermon above fits our situation here.

    Since you wanted to chat on a serious note, we fight together to preserve this Reader. This is what we try to do.

    With blessing. Your friend, Walid.

  • So I understand that you are not in favor of the contemporary songs in church and are more in favor of the old hymnals, right?

    Yes I am an American.

  • Your one of few, most like contemporary.

    We are birds of a feather.

  • Vinny Zee

    I think the issue is not that Vatican II was trying to explain what Islam was or wasn’t but what the Church’s view of them is (now). This is more problematic. The church has become conciliatory towards groups it once outright condemned. I think it is one thing to tell a group, “Your god is Satan” and another thing to tell the group, “You are outside the Church and are thus condemned.” Can a Mormon tell a Muslim, “Your god is Satan?” In actuality yes. However, what would that be coming from a Mormon? It is just one condemned group telling another condemned group their god is Satan. However, if the Church says what the condemnation is for remaining outside the church, I think that it different. As another commentator mentioned, Benedict XVI alluded to a correction coming on Nostra Aetate. However, if one reads, “ADDRESS OF HIS HOLINESS POPE BENEDICT XVI, Paul VI Audience Hall, Thursday, 14 February 2013,” I do not see much sense he sees it that way.