Self-actualising scripture?

Some see Revelation as a bit iffy in the historicity stakes and yet it has coloured thinking and language for so long all the same.

Billions of desert locusts have descended again on East Africa. Crawling first, then sprouting wings and flying in hungry hoards of 40-150 million or more, they are devastating crops and threatening tens of millions of people with lost livelihoods and starvation. This latest locust plague, says the United Nations, is the worst in 70 years for Kenya, the worst in 25 years for Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia.

For a start, anything the satanic UN puts out as truth needs to be taken with a grain of salt but all the same, interesting that following on from the now crazed levels of mass invasion of Europe from such places, this should be followed up by the major plagues [Corona] and swarms [Africa] thing.

Doubtless the mutated creatures of the air are the next to emerge.  All in order to fulfil the ancient mystery religion scriptures as spouted at High Days in the Masonic Temples. Rivers of blood and sickness, dried up Tigris and Euphrates are on the drawing boards.

Of course, this is nothing to do with the end times, say the rational, nothing to see here, all move on.

3 comments for “Self-actualising scripture?

  1. Andy5759
    February 25, 2020 at 22:46

    Every commercial break on TV carries a charity ad, often featuring a stick thin starving child. It brings me to tears to see this misery. You would think that I donate. No! I don’t, that would be feeding the hand which causes the misery.

    Note to myself: read Revelations again, properly this time.

    • February 26, 2020 at 01:04

      Even Revelation is a good read, Andy.

    • Heltau
      February 26, 2020 at 03:38

      Well, you would believe that the camera crew would share some of their food to feed this “stick thin starving child”.
      Wouldn’t you if you were on the camera crew?

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