Over 30 years ago I thought of Lizzies final days, and the curse it cause both true and fake Israel...
Signs of the times .. this is a small excerpt of one of older posts
Secular sign #1--
I believe, as most of you do, that Jacobs two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh represent modern Great Britain and the US, respectively. Therefore, when articles appear which have to do with British Royalty, I pay attention. E Raymond Capt, in several of his books, expounds that the 'sceptre of David' , which the Word says will "never depart from Judah, until Shiloh come", is held in fact, by the modern "House of Windsor", and is presently in the hand of Queen Elizabeth. If you have noticed, there is much discussion in England of 'doing away with' the "Royal Kingdom". This will never happen, for man cannot do away with that which the Lord has ordained.
But the fact that noise is being made is a clue to the lateness of the hour. This story is made more intriguing by Frederic Haberman's book "Tracing our Ancestors". In the section on the "Throne of David", He makes mention of a conversation between King Edward and the Russian Grand Duke which took place in 1912, at Cannes, when Edward pointed to the young Prince David of Wales, Edward's son, and said "there is the last King of England".
Now, if you know your history, you will recall that David never took the throne, as he abdicated it. The throne then fell to David's brother, George, who held it for a few years, but in the 1950's he also abdicated the throne to marry a commoner, whom he greatly loved. The throne then went to his sister, the present Elizabeth. The reason King Edward made such a statement is found in the cryptogram given in St John 21:11, having to do with the 153 'fishes' Peter caught in the net. 153 is the mysterious number of the elect, and was well known to be representative of the generations of the king line by the English aristocracy.
Frederic Haberman points out that the generation of Princes David and George, as well as their sister Elizabeth, represent the 153 rd generation of Kingship, figuring from ADAM. Thus knowing, it is with great interest that I followed the turmoil in England with Princes Charles and Andrew, and the way they, thru 'adultery' , have made themselves more or less ineligible for the Throne. It is with interest that I note also, that Queen Elizabeth has 'set' her own date for retirement. It is on her birthday, 2000 AD. This truly is a sign, for the Word says 'David will not want for a man to sit on the throne.....
: The death of Queen Elizabeth will be one of the most
: disruptive events in Britain in the past 70 years
: Rose Rambles
: November 14, 2021
: Queen Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of this
: Realm and of Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the
: Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith, is not going to live
: Since ascending to the throne in 1952, the monarch has seen
: 13 prime ministers serve Britain and lived through another
: 13 US presidents. She’s now 92 . At some point — not for
: many years yet, we hope — Queen Elizabeth II’s reign will
: come to an end.
: But what happens then?
: For at least 12 days — between her passing, the funeral and
: beyond — Britain will grind to a halt. The chaos will cost
: the UK economy billions in lost earnings. The stock markets
: and banks are likely to close. And both the funeral and the
: subsequent coronation will become formal national holidays,
: each with an estimated economic hit to gross domestic
: product of £1.2 billion to £6 billion ($1.6 billion to $7.9
: billion), to say nothing of organisational costs.
: But to focus on the financial disruption doesn’t begin to
: describe the sheer magnitude of the queen’s death. It
: will be an event unlike anything Britain has seen since the
: end of World War II.
: There will be trivial disruptions — the BBC will cancel all
: comedy shows, for example — and jarring cultural changes.
: Prince Charles may change his name, and the words of the
: national anthem will be changed too. The British
: Commonwealth might even unravel completely.
: The deaths of Princess Diana and the queen mother both brought
: on waves of public mourning and hysteria. But that of
: Queen Elizabeth II, due to her longevity and fundamental
: place atop British society, will be on a whole new level.
: Most British people have simply never known life without the
: It will be a strange, uncertain time.