"The massed forces of the Old Age, however, will be unable to check their headlong onrush. In large measure they will go on to destroy each other in a massive, mutual venting of long pent-up aggression. ." page 237 The Armageddon Script
Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Their script is now written, subject only to last minute editing and stage-directions. The stage itself, albeit as yet in
darkness, is almost ready. Down in the pit, the subterranean orchestra is already tuning up. The last-minute, walk-on parts
are even now being filled. Most of the main actors, one suspects, have already taken up their roles. Soon it will be time for
them to come on stage, ready for the curtain to rise. The time for action will have come."
(From The Armageddon Script, by Peter LeMesurier, St. Martin's Press, 1982: New
The media has had a field day fanning flames over the antics of an alleged 30 to 50 member congregation headed by Pastor Terry Jones in Gainesville, Florida. Certainly the pastor's actions are, in my opinion, clearly imprudent. What his true motivations may be, I can't purport to say. I cannot help but suspect that those with an agenda may have egged him on. It has even occurred to me that wittingly or unwittingly, he is an important player in THE ARMAGEDDON SCRIPT.
That is the title of a 1980 book by Peter LeMesurier. LeMesurier is an English New Age strategist/author. He, like his predecessor, Alice Ann Bailey, affirmed that the targets were Jews, Christians, and Moslems -- "Peoples of the Book" as David Spangler puts it. Monotheists are hated and despised. The well outlined strategy was to pit all three target groups who practiced monotheism in one form or another against each other, as well as their respective subgroups against other subgroups.
The Alliance of Civilizations has had a field day. One of its major spokespersons, John Esposito, has been widely featured in media ranging from the New York Times to CNN interviews and probably many others. Those were the ones I viewed. Certainly our own "Rich of Medford" can tell you more about this. He has given excellent analytical coverage of the Alliance of Civilizations and its agenda to regulate religion and its educational curricula globally.
Esposito's Alliance of Civilizations 'Group of Personalities' sidekick, Karen Armstrong, has been even more energetic in marginalizing monotheism of any sort as "idolatrous."
Well, they have certainly all had a lovely "crisis = opportunity" week. The pastor's planned program will give them big excuses to step up their campaign of scrutinizing and regulating religious education curriculums. I wonder how much Pastor Terry Jones has considered the full ramification of his actions?
I'm not at all sure that Pastor Terry Jones' actions are divinely anointed. I am sure, however, that it is a potentially important event in setting the stage for persecution to come.