Friday, May 29, 2020

Pakistan is suffering its worst locust invasion in recent history

Pakistan is suffering its worst locust invasion in recent history, and farmers say the threat is more serious than the coronavirus. - SCMP News

Friday, May 22, 2020

Coronavirus, Big Pharma and the Destruction of Babylon

The 1960's saw the release of the birth control kill pill and mind-altering, violence-linked, psychotropic drugs.  Sixty years later, a manipulated, mutating virus rages around the globe.  Calls for tracking people, both well and ill, at home and work, in the name of health and safety.  

Vaccines that may also mark a person as treated, those not vaccinated may be refused access to community basics...

...By the “sorceries” of Babylon all nations were deceived. The Greek word for “sorceries” in verse 23 is “pharmakeia” [far-mak-i’-ah]. According to the Thayer Greek Dictionary “pharmakeia” is “the use or administering of drugs; poisoning; and sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it.” If you put the original Greek word “pharmakeia” in place of the English word “sorceries” the end of verse 23 would say, “For by thy pharmakeia were ALL nations deceived”! “Pharmakeia” is where we get our English word “pharmacy”! Pharmacy is a well organized and professionalized system that administers poisonous drugs. 

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Super Cyclone Amphan spurs evacuation of millions in India, Bangladesh

Super Cyclone Amphan spurs evacuation of millions in India, Bangladesh ahead of 'disastrous' storm

Millions of people have been ordered to evacuate from coastal areas of India and Bangladesh ahead of a super cyclone that's already tied a record for the strongest storm in the region.

Super Cyclone Amphan is forecast to make landfall Wednesday morning near the border of the two countries. Forecasters warn of extensive damage from high winds, heavy rainfall, tidal waves, and some flooding in crowded cities like Kolkata.

“This type of cyclone can be disastrous ... It is completely unsafe,” India’s meteorological chief Mrutyunjay Mohapatra said Tuesday.

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Pope's Pandemic Pandering of Universalism

Pope joins inter-faith prayers against coronavirus, irks ultra-conservatives

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis joined an inter-faith day of prayer on Thursday to call on God to end the coronavirus pandemic, brushing aside criticism from ultra-conservative Catholic groups, with one accusing him of associating with “infidels”.

“...But how can we not pray to the father of us all? Each one prays as they know how, as they are able to. We are not praying one against the other, one tradition against another ... (but) as brothers,” he said.