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Aug 26, 2016 Will 2016 and 2017 bring the USA physical and economic disasters?

Bible prophecy has a lot to say about the times we are living in now. Almost everyday there are news and events that can be linked to a specific Bible prophecy finding fulfillment in historical events around the world.

In the video linked below Paul McGuire and Gary Stearman discuss the latest book by Paul McGuire. In the talk it is mentioned by Paul the plan of the globalists to bring the one world government to control every human being alive today.

You will find that McGuire’s research of the book has been extensive and that his call to do the homework should be taken by every person who cares about himself and his family.

Paul mentions an economic collapse that will be forced into the present economic system to bring about a reboot of the economy and the introduction of a electronically based monetary system that the Bible talks about as the mark of the Beast in Rev:13.

The whole world appears to be in the cusp of madness and destruction but if you know Jesus Christ and His power there can be nothing but calm and trust that everything will turn for the good to those that put their trust in Him.


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Aug 21, 2016 Rosh Hashanah falls on Sept 1, 2016 using the creation calendar

Luis Vega has done a very good study of the Jewish Fall feasts using the creation calendar and the Rabbinical calendar. Only God knows the correct calendar that He is using, so sit tight and wait. Very good work Luis Vega.



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Aug 13, 2016 Is war coming to the middle east due to bottom prices for oil?

Economic collapse and war are the second and third seals of the book of Revelation with the red horse and the black horse coming in series.

Is this article below a preamble of the tragedy that is coming? Will the collapse of the price of oil precipitate a war that has been taking shape for quite some time now and that will bring total devastation to the whole area?

The question is: are we weeks,months or years away from this unfolding?


If Oil Prices Don’t Rise, the Middle East Will Sink

 | Aug 13, 2016 | 12:00 PM EDT

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The ongoing collapse in oil prices that began two years ago is setting the stage for a catastrophic situation in the Middle East if it continues. That catastrophe could come in three stages of war: civil war within the boundaries of each sovereign; war between sovereign states; and most broadly, for the intra-Islamic fight between the Sunnis and Shias to devolve into a war of finality between them, with one side vanquishing, conquering and perhaps even attempting to extinguish the other.

I first addressed the potential for oil prices to be caught in a secular decline and its implications shortly after the collapse in prices began in 2014 in the column, “Oil and the Limits to Growth.”

Although the process I laid out has largely occurred over the past two years, one part of that process has glaringly not occurred, and has enormous implications for what happens from this point forward.

That issue is that U.S. alternative oil producers have not been driven out of business to the extent I envisioned was probable; not even close.

As I discussed in the column, “The Biggest Current Threat to the Markets” last November, my expectation was that as the Saudis held oil prices down, the U.S. alternative producers would have to severely reduce production, loan defaults would spike, bankruptcies requiring the transfer of assets would follow, and the time it would take for all of this action to play out legally would preclude the ability of the U.S. alternative E&P industry from raising capital to restart production, even as the Saudis allowed oil prices to begin increasing again.

It would have been a temporary situation but would have provided an immediate reprieve of the fiscal issues facing all the OPEC countries, and in the process relieve the social tensions caused by the lack of economic activity in the region.

That hasn’t happened and economic activity throughout the Middle East has plunged as a result.

The most daunting aspect of this is that the Saudis are running the largest fiscal budget deficit of all the OPEC members, with the exception of Libya, and as a result must produce oil, regardless of OPEC-mandated limits, in order to meet fiscal budget requirements.

The fiscal spending is required to fund the social welfare programs the citizens have come to rely upon. The government is fearful that reducing these programs could lead to social unrest and even civil war.

However, this is causing the other countries to suffer economically and raising the possibility of social unrest and civil war in them.

I don’t know how the U.S. alternative oil sector has been able to achieve the financial efficiencies allowing companies not only to continue to produce for the past two years but with many of them experiencing big rebounds in their stock prices.

Year to date, Continental Resources (CLR) is up by 100%, EOG Resources (EOG) 30%, Hess (HES) 17%, Marathon Oil (MRO) 13% and Statoil ASA (STO) 17%.

The only one of this group that’s down is Whiting Petroleum (WLL) , by 19%, which is also by far the smallest of them.

I don’t know if it is possible for the alternative producers to continue operating with oil prices at these levels, but it is beginning to appear that they are the marginal producers of oil globally, which means they, not the Saudis, are the group with the capacity to determine the price of oil.

If that is the case, it is probable that oil prices will never again move above the fiscal break-even prices required to allow OPEC to continue to function or for the member countries to avoid fiscal, economic and social crises.

The research I’ve read pertaining to the viability of the alternative oil sector to continue operating falls in two basic categories. One group insists that technological and financial efficiencies achieved over just the past two years have allowed the industry to become the marginal producer, displacing Saudi Arabia permanently.

The other group insists that the efficiencies are illusionary, have been achieved by way of temporary reductions in capital investment, and will disappear as the industry is forced to make those investments or reduce production.

I don’t know which is right, perhaps there is a bit of truth in both.

The one thing that appears certain, however, is the Middle East is on a path toward social upheaval that will make the Arab Spring pale in comparison, if oil prices don’t at least start rising toward where they were before the collapse began two years ago.

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Written by twelvebooks

August 13, 2016 at 2:22 pm

Aug 7, 2016 Will the DOW drop 49% and 7,777 points on October 3, 2016 (Rosh Hashanah)?

On 2015, Elul 29 fell on Sept 13 Sunday closing the Shemitah year.

This year Elul 29 falls also on Sunday October 2 closing the Jubilee year.

Will the DOW drop from here to Friday Sept 30 to close the day with 15,871.44 that is the required number to permit the Dow to drop 49% and 7,777 points on October 3, Monday the day of Rosh Hashanah. The jubilee year closed on Sunday October 2.

This drop would have the numerical authentication of God orchestrating the collapse just as He did on Elul 29  of 2001 and 2008.

Please refer to the link for the article I wrote last year.


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