By Anna Von Reitz
To all those who are scared and anxious and wondering what to think and what to do: read the Book of Ezekial, the Prophet.
A great many strange things are recorded in the Book of Ezekial, but without a firm grounding in the material contained in this book of the Bible, many other things including our present circumstance, won't make much sense.
Here, you will learn about the reason God gave the Law to Moses --- it was done on purpose to humble men, to prove how little discipline we have, how far short we fall from perfection, how we cannot keep even ten (10) simple commandments, much less the 600-plus mandates of the Mosaic Law.
Indeed, it does demonstrate all of this and more, which is why we need to pay attention to our failure and our limitations. That is the lesson that The Law is intended to teach us, so that we might learn our need to forgive and be forgiven.
The Ten Commandments represent the Public Law, while the rest of the 600-plus rules represent the private law, the "code" and "regulations" an observant Hebrew is obligated to perform. All you have to do is read through this mammoth maze of obligations and you will know that the Law is impossible to fulfill ---- literally.
And you will grasp the importance of one man fulfilling it.
In Ezekial you will finally learn the meaning of the Great Abomination and "the abomination that makes desolate" --- it's the religion of ancient Egypt that the Ten "Lost" Tribes brought with them out of Egypt and all the nasty rites associated with this idolatrous religion: temple prostitution, burnt offerings including babies burned alive, sacred groves, lewd idols, and more.
And the fact that Aleister Crowley was "initiated" by the ancient gods of Egypt and brought them back to life and re-established their rites as part of the Order of the Golden Dawn has more potent meaning to us now, as we realize that the plague of this horrible religion was reborn a century ago--- in our midst.
The gift of a giant idol honoring the pagan goddess Ashtoreth (also known as Isis, Cybel, Astarte, Semiramis, and Columbia--- as in "District of Columbia") from the Freemasons' Grand Lodge of Paris also makes more sense; what passes for the "Statue of Liberty" is actually the personification of the "Abomination that makes desolate" and it is indeed "standing where it should not stand".
Take care now, for this is the fulfillment of a warning long given. When you see this sign, you know that the end times have come. So pause a moment now and consider the revelation given to you.
The word "district" is synonymous with the word "parish" and this "District of Columbia" is indeed the "Parish of Columbia" --- and the "church" of this profane, foreign, destructive goddess is established among the members of this foreign theocracy on our shores.
Here is where we learn about the Harlots and what makes them Harlots among the nations----their following after the idolatrous religion of Egypt.
We learn that there are three Harlots, and two are sisters, with the older sister corrupting the younger one. This prefigures the relationship between England and America today. The still older Harlot, Egypt, is foreign, and fickle, leading to the destruction of all those who depend on her. This prefigures the position of Rome in the current drama.
Ezekial is where we gain an understanding of what the sins of Manasseh were, and why the tribe named for him split in half, with one half following after his brother, Ephraim, and one half entering the Assyrian wilderness with the remnants of Asher and Gad.
And whereas the scepter belongs to Ephraim, the material wealth belongs to Manasseh -- and it is split between those who follow Ephraim to England, and those who wander with Asher and Gad to Germany, France, and beyond.
Here we see the prefiguring of the iron, tin, brass, and clay feet of the late kingdoms of Revelation and come to understand the meaning of this passage, too.
The depths of the Book of Ezekial and its importance as a window to understand our present experience must be savored slowly, line by line, chapter by chapter, read and re-read, internalized and pondered so that discernment of the destruction and its causes are understood --- and also the actions that must be taken to save ourselves and our country.
We must turn away from the false gods of Egypt and all their practices and idols. With full hearts and earnestness of mind we must recognize these evils and cast them away from us and from our shores.
Men like John Dee and Aleister Crowley and Albert Pike awakened this ancient evil and it has grown among the ranks of the ignorant as a "religious" cult that now promotes America as the home of liars and libertines, institutionalized criminality, lewdness, and the worship of "Columbia" in the Parish of Columbia.