OK, so there are a lot of ‘crazies’ out there, and this title places me firmly in the center of them — right? Well, maybe. But, before you dismiss this post as yet another blog by one of these religious conspiracy theory nut cases, how about you read it first. You might just realize that I am seeing something you are not (probably because you are not looking for it, or don’t even know what to look for).
Let’s start with a little clarification, first. I am not saying that Sorors, Gates and the COVID shots are specifically mentioned in the Book of Revelations. However, I am saying that the thing that ties all of them together may be. What ties them together? The movement we call, ‘Eugenics.’
Scripturally, Eugenics is an attempt to reverse one of YHWH’s first commands:
Genesis 1:28 (New American Standard Bible 1995)
28 God blessed them; and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”
We can discuss Eugenics later. For now, please understand that the Eugenics movement is primarily focused on the reduction of the global population and the re-inventing of human nature/evolution — and both through ‘science.’ Specifically, they seek to do this through vaccinations and genetic manipulation.
So, where and how does this connect to the Book of Revelations? Well, that part is also easy to show you:
Revelation 18:23 (New American Standard Bible 1995)
23 and the light of a lamp will not shine in you any longer; and the voice of the bridegroom and bride will not be heard in you any longer; for your merchants were the great men of the earth, because all the nations were deceived by your sorcery.
Here is where we have to go a little deeper to see the connection. The Greek word translated here as, ‘sorcery,’ is, ‘pharmakeia.’
This is the word from which our English word, pharmacy, is derived.
|Strong’s Concordancepharmakeia: the use of medicine, drugs or spellsOriginal Word: φαρμακεία, ας, ἡ|
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (far-mak-i’-ah)
Definition: the use of medicine, drugs or spells
Usage: magic, sorcery, enchantment.
So, now, let us use this to revise Revelation 18:23 so that it reads in a more modern, Western way of understanding:
23 and the light [guidance] of a lamp [YHWH’s Teachings — TORAH] will not shine in you any longer; and the voice of the bridegroom [Yeshua — Maschiach] and bride [The Body of Believers — the Church] will not be heard in you [Babylon — the apostate material or Satanic world] any longer; for your merchants were the great men of the earth, because all the nations were deceived by your sorcery [medicines used to commit acts of witchcraft or sorcery — magic].
Now, the reader does not have to agree with my understanding of this passage in Revelation, but they should not dismiss it, either. All I ask is that the reader give it some serious consideration because, if they do so, I believe — though they may still disagree — they will find that this understanding certainly fits the times.
The ‘Atheistic’ world-view behind the Eugenics movement has lead to the use of both drugs and medical practices designed to reduce the human population while — at the same time — altering the human genome for the purpose of ceasing control over and re-directing the evolution of Man by Man. To the ancient world — and even to many today — this would seem like witchcraft and/or sorcery — because it is, especially if considered in light of several other passages in Scripture:
Matthew 24:37 (New American Standard Bible 1995)
37 For the coming of the Son of Man will be just like the days of Noah.
Luke 17:28 (New American Standard Bible 1995)
28 It was the same as happened in the days of Lot: they were eating, they were drinking, they were buying, they were selling, they were planting, they were building;
Yes, both passages say that people will be caught by surprise by the return of the Messiah, but there is something more lurking in the background. Both passages would also have brought the stories in I Enoch to the minds of the first century Hebrews who heard Yeshua make these statements.
Now, some have seen the return of the Nephilim in these passages, or maybe even a connection to UFO’s. I don’t even want us to focus on these things here. The surface meaning of the two passages above is clear: the people will not see the signs of the Messiah’s imminent return because they will be too spiritually blind. All the masses will see is the affairs of their own lives and, thus, they will be caught by surprise. However, both stories — Noah and Lot — are about times and places where the people are so evil, only one righteous man can be found in either, Noah and Lot, respectively. This is also at the heart of the story-line in I Enoch, which was well known in YTeshua’s time. Peter and Jude both make allusions to I Enoch. Therefore, it is very unlikely the people would not bring I Enoch to mind when Yeshua mentions the Days of Noah and Lot — especially when we think of the things I Enoch says Man was taught by the Watchers:
1. Semyaza, Shemyaza, Semjaza, Semiaza, Samyaza, Shemhazai
“Taught enchantments and root-cuttings.”
“Taught all the sorcerers, and dividers of roots.”
4. Armers, Armeros, Armaros
“Taught the solution of sorcery.”
“Taught the resolving of enchantments.”
14. Kasdeja, Kisdeja
“Taught the children of men all the wicked smitings of spirits and demons, and the smitings of the embryo in the womb, that it may pass away.”
OK, here me now, and listen very closely:
I Enoch is not Scripture! It should not be taken as the Word of YHWH!
However, this does not mean it is not in the minds of the 1st Century Hebrews. The Books of Jasher and of Jubilees, as well as The Wisdom of Solomon are in their minds, as is evidenced by Scripture either directing the People to read them for edification or making direct references to them. None of those books are Scripture, either. The point is simple:
Scripture was written by real people in a real, material world, and the things going on in that world outside of the Scriptures would still be on the minds of the People who both wrote and who heard the teachings and Scriptures of the New Testament.
So, while I am not saying the story-line of I Enoch is meant to be assumed in connection to anything I have cited here, I am saying that — if it were — it would fit with the overall message of prophecy — especially as it relates to our modern world.
Just consider it, test it against Scripture, and do so in constant prayer for guidance by the holy Spirit and understanding from the Messiah.