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April 25, 2015 The pyramid of Giza a timeline of the time of the gentiles by Luis Vega

In this extensive and far reaching article Luis Vega makes a strong case for the timeline leading to the Jewish year 5779 or 2015-2016 in our calendar. Theoretically the Tribulation will start in Yom Kippur 2015.

Good job Luis Vega.

Nando

http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/apr2015/luisv412.htm

Luis Vega (12 Apr 2015)
THE YEAR OF LIGHT 5776 – Beginning of the End of Time


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April 20, 2015 The message of the cows with Jonathan Cahn and my confirmation of the message

The following link to a video of Jonathan Cahn and the two cows born with a number seven in their heads is great.

At this instant in my writing I received a call and the person calling, at one point in the conversation casually tells me that a person close to their family had died yesterday of Mad Cow disease.

Is this not tying it all together in a confirmation?

So based on the rarity of this and the timing I have to conclude that this was Jesus confirming the message of the video below.

Nando

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Jan 31, 2015 The new Saudi King and the shifts in policy to come

The area of the middle east is in a constant state of flux, where yesterday’s enemies become today’s friends and vice verse.

This changes will affect the economy as the policy of oil production and use may change and a new antagonism towards Israel may be in the offing.

From the article the Muslim Brotherhood seems to come up on top again and this is a radical development for Egypt.

Nando

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-hearst/salman-signals-all-change_b_6578960.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592

The Slaying of the Saudi Spider

Posted: 01/30/2015 8:54 am EST Updated: 01/30/2015 10:59 am EST
SALMAN

The palace coup is complete. In a far-reaching decree on Thursday night, the new Saudi king Salman unraveled the legacy of his half-brother Abdullah and set the kingdom on course for a significant regional realignment. A possible rapprochement with Turkey and Qatar, a return to the traditional role Saudi Arabia has occupied as mediator between Fatah and Hamas, and a qualitative change in the support Riyadh has given the military rulers of Egypt are all now on the table.

Blowing away the cobwebs also means dealing with the spider. Prince Bandar bin Sultan has been stripped of his last remaining role as head of the National Security Council. This, one senses, really is the end of the line for Bandar, and the region will be all the more stable for it.

Abdullah’s two sons, Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah, who is the governor of Mecca, and Prince Turki, who governed the capital Riyadh, have been dismissed. Abdullah’s only son left in power is Prince Muteb, who stays as head of the National Guard. There is no love lost in this family.

A conservative cleric, Saad al-Shethri, who backed gender segregation in higher education, has become Salman’s personal adviser. But a balance has been struck with the addition of the new information minister, Adel al-Toraifi, a young liberal who is a former head of Al Arabiya news channel.

The two men to emerge with the power to run the country are Mohammed bin Nayef, the deputy crown prince, and Salman’s son Mohammed, who now has three roles: defense minister, general secretary to the royal court, and president of the newly formed Council of Economic and Development Affairs. Another Salman son, Abdulaziz, is deputy petroleum minister. The second generation has now been firmly secured by the Sudairi clan.

Salman started his reign by buying the love of his people, the same thing the late King Abdullah tried to do during the first months of the Arab Spring. All state employees will receive two months of bonus salary, and all retired state employees will receive two months of bonus pension. Students who receive state grants and those on social security will get two months of extra funds as well. The bill comes to a mere $30 billion.

“Dear people: You deserve more and whatever I do I would not be able to give you what you deserve,” the newly inaugurated monarch said on Twitter, just a few weeks after Riyadh signaled it would have to cut back on public spending because of the oil-price crash. Salman was retweeted 250,000 times.

King Salman has had rave reviews. All manner of former opponent of King Abdullah are now singing Salman’s praises. Informed Saudi observers note that King Abdullah became dogmatic in his last years. Salman, for them, marks a return to the moderation of King Fahd.

The new king stressed continuity, but his first seven days in power have been anything but. And the gear change will be noted first abroad. In a world in which personal relations play out in politics, it is important to remember who Salman’s and Bin Nayef’s friends are.

King Salman has remained close to Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad, the emir of Qatar, so the threat that Saudi Arabia made last year to lay siege to its tiny neighbor or have it expelled from the Gulf Cooperative Council now looks like a bad memory. Similarly, bin Nayef is close to senior Turkish officials, Saudi sources tell me.

The rift between Turkey and Saudi Arabia after the Arab revolutions of 2011 will have pained him, not just because the two regional powers need each other to contain Iran’s expanded influence in Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon and Syria but personally. It is likely that he will repair that rift.

It is also payback time for bin Nayef’s personal enemies. The interior minister has still not forgotten that two-hour conversation that the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed, had with Richard Hass 12 years ago, which we know about courtesy of WikiLeaks. Speaking about bin Nayef’s father, who was the Saudi interior minister at the time, the Emirati prince observed that Darwin’s theory that man was descended from the apes was correct.

Bin Nayef, the son, has more recent scores to settle with Abu Dhabi’s ruler. Erem News, which, like every Emirati news outlet, is controlled by the royal court, questioned bin Nayef’s appointment as deputy crown prince. Saying that Salman failed to consult the Allegiance Council, the UAE mouthpiece noted, “The mechanism of choosing Mohammad Bin Nayef from among several prominent grandsons has attracted the attention of observers.”

This was not a casual post. An Egyptian TV anchor, Yousef Al-Hosseini, tried the same thing on as soon as Abdullah’s latest illness became known. According to Arab Secrets, this was part of a campaign masterminded by the ousted Khaled al-Tuwaijri, Abdullah’s confidant, to keep Prince Meteb lined up for the role of deputy crown prince. The website named the route through which the anchor’s script was dictated, from the Saudi royal court through to Sisi’s office manager, Abbas Kamil, the man who has been secretly recorded asking for the satirist Bassim Yousef to be taken off the air.

Tuwaijri, Bandar and bin Zayed ran out of time. The king died before a serious challenge to Salman could be mounted. And now two of them, at least, are yesterday’s men. We will watch with interest what happens to the third. This food chain of intrigue from Riyadh to Cairo is likely to be broken.

The changes taking place in the Saudi royal palace are already having their effect. Bin Zayed stayed away from Abdullah’s funeral, as did the Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. And just at the time when Sisi needs a fresh injection of Saudi cash, Egypt is more unstable than ever, with full-scale military operations in the Sinai and mass protests around the country that never seem to die down. The Egyptian Pound is at an all-time low. The options for Sisi appear to be narrowing.

This is not a good time for the Egyptian army to lose its chief bankroller in Riyadh, but this now is a real possibility. Even if bin Nayef decides to keep the funds going — and there was always a difference between funds promised and hard cash received — it may now come with strings attached.

The policy of declaring the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization may also be about to change. Salman himself received Sheikh Rached Ghannouchi, the leader of Ennadha, in his condolences for the late king. This is the most senior Islamist to be welcomed in Saudi Arabia. The removal of Suleiman Ab Al-Khail as the minister of endowments and Islamic affairs, who was an arch opponent of the Brotherhood, is another sign that the policy might be about to change.

Even if it doesn’t, the outcome of the earthquake this week in Saudi Arabia will be received with quiet satisfaction by senior foreign office officials who bridled at David Cameron’s launching of an inquiry into the Brotherhood in Britain, which was done under Saudi and Emirati pressure.

Up until Salman took over, the inquiry headed by Sir John Jenkins has proved to be a political embarrassment. It has been unpublishable because it came to the “wrong” conclusion, clearing the Brotherhood of any involvement in terrorism in Egypt. Now the new masters of Riyadh might even welcome such a conclusion.

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Dec 3, 2014 The Shia Houthis of Yemen and their threat to Saudi Arabia

The information given on this video by Gary Stearman and Avi Lipkin may be known to the worlds intelligence agencies but the Western press has been ignorant about it or are willfully ignoring it.

There are major movements of opposing forces taking place in the middle east and it is not always possible to discern the outcome. the video explains a possible outcome with the clash of these two major Islamic divisions, but the question we must ask is how does this conform to the panorama of Bible prophetic events described for the end times? The only logical answer is that war is a major player in the second seal of the book of revelation and of Mathew 24.

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Sept 4, 2014 Prophecy update by Pastor Faraq

This week Pastor JD Farq covers the middle east and relates it to prophecy as he usually does.

Keep in mind that he is of Egyptian and Palestinian decent and knows the people in the area involved.

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July 22, 2014 The Gaza-Israel conflict and the prophetic implications of Psalm 83 by JD Farag

As these words are written the war between Israel and Hamas is going full throttle with the prospect of an escalating conflict. There seems to be no intermediary that could put an end to this conflict and the belligerents are at each others throat trying to kill each other.

Simultaneous to this crisis an airline Boeing 777 was shot down in Eastern Ukraine by a Russian SA 15 rocket. This event has placed the world on edge and as a consequence it has affected the flights going into Israel by all independent carriers except El Al. This will put economic pressure into Israel in an unacceptable way.

The Bible foresaw these events that are leading to several prophecies being fulfilled, among them the Psalm 83 prophecy and others that are covered by pastor JD Farag of Kaneohe church in Hawaii.

Mr. Bill Salus has also written an excellent book on the subject titled Psalm 83 the missing prophecy revealed. This book is a must read for all who are seeing the situation in the middle east deteriorating by the minute.

There are so many Nations in turmoil and discord that it is a wonder that a bigger conflagration has not erupted already that would engulf the whole world.

It is pathetic that so many people are oblivious and uncaring to everything that is happening in the believe that it is happening over there why should we worry? Well it will affect you no matter where you are living on this planet.

Nando

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July 8, 2014 Wake up! do you know how late the hour is? ISISL goal is to wipe out Israel

On this prophecy update JD Farag covers the Muslim ISISL that is sweeping Iraq. On a side note today Israel bombarded the Gaza in retaliation to the rocket attacks coming from this territory.

Some of the rockets were capable of reaching Tel Aviv which is a new development in the area.

It looks that the summer is getting very hot and not only for the weather.

Nando

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