PAGE FOCUS: We live in a world of opposites. Everything is the opposite of what it seems. Here I need to introduce a new term, which is “mainstream Christianity,” by which I mean no particular denomination. Rather I am referring to the popular belief in satan and that the people who are in control of the world are evil. Their actions do indeed define them as individuals. For and foremost in this regard I would put hurting a child. I have long regarded pedophilia as worse than murder. But mainstream Christianity is grossly mistaken in thinking that they are engaged in warfare with the force of evil. The “Illuminati” thrive on this delusion. What they know is the reality of what happened to our solar system in the past. And they know what is going to happen, both to our solar system in the near future and to the mass of humanity. I have long wanted to collect my thoughts on their use of symbols such as Baphomet in one place and explain their real meaning in this light.
Venus and the Pentagram
In older time the emphasis was on the dragon. Now it is on the pentagram.
Here I have overlaid an image borrowed from Five petals of Venus in the EarthSky website with the Venus pentagram popularized by the movie The Da Vinci Code.
This moment of Venus (from earth’s perspective) over an eight year period is explained rather well in the following “Astronomy with MicroStation Orbit of Venus Dance of Planets” from the UjjwalRane YouTube channel.
What you must understand is that before Venus assumed it’s near circular orbit of the Sun, which is why it forms this pentagon, Venus was a comet that visited great destruction (think Exodus) on the planet. The ancients must have been enthralled when they first discovered this pattern. This is why the pentagram plays such an important role in the symbolism of the progeny of Jove. There is nothing inherently evil about it. The pentagram, like all of their symbolism, evidences a knowledge of our solar system’s true past. In this sense, its use is indicative of intelligence, not evil. And so it is with all of their symbolism which they not only allow us to think is evil, but encourage the thought. From their perspective we are the ones being superstitious and inclined to attribute evil to things. The fault is ours, not theirs.
The Constellation Capricornus and Goat Symbolism
The constellation Capricornus is symbolic of the times in which the secret societies will rule the world, after the Age of Aquarius in which the axial tilt occurs and drowns most of humanity.
Capricornus is one of the constellations of the zodiac. Its name is Latin for “horned goat” or “goat horn” or “having horns like a goat’s”… —Wikipedia
I tell you of a truth, the United States of America was planned not hundreds, but thousands of years in advance of Columbus sailing to the “New World.” The year 1776 was chosen because it allowed sufficient time for what had to be done (tunneling into the granite in Colorado) and the “76” is symbolic of the constellation Capricornus. See 1776 for a full discussion.
Matthew 24:28 (carcasses)
This is one of the most inscrutable verses in all of Mathew 24.
I am quoting here from George M. Lamsa’s translation from the Aramaic of the Peshitta because the King James Bibles use “eagle” instead of vulture. What does this mean? I thought about its meaning for years before coming to any conclusion. I now believe it is a reference to the Zodiac. “For wheresoever the [carcass] is” is a reference to the end times which occur when the vernal equinox Sun rises in Aquarius, which is happening now. The eagle or vulture is a reference to the constellation Aquila. This is no different than Joshua pointing to the Book of Daniel to indicate the end time. It is a time marker.
Here it is interesting to note the dead bodies referred to as “carcasses” are usually not human. A dead goat, however, would most certainly be referred to as a carcass. Enoch thinks all the bad guys die at this time. Perhaps Joshua is suggesting as much. Aquila is, after all, flying over Capricornus, not Aquarius. Just a thought. I’ve learned not to underestimate the subtlety of Joshua when it comes to Matthew 24.