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Avoiding an Alien False Flag/Second Coming/Armageddon Scenario

Well, Happy Sunday. I’ve got another good one for those who might wish to learn more about the spot where the Second Coming is to occur – after Yahweh first gathers those who caused the Hebrews to be taken into captivity and punishes them severely, that is. Now for those who don’t follow the Biblical tales, there’s something here for you as well, since the evil cretins that rule us will use the Bible to create their false flag ops.

And I thought it might be a good idea to reveal this location. To burn it, so to speak, so that those who might wish to perpetrate a false flag operation on us would not be able to use it. Because if we know where it will be happening, we can watch for the signs of the powers that be preparing for it – assembling their props, so to speak, and thus deny them this psy-opportunity.

For those old enough to enjoy it in person, or those who may have caught one of the infinite re-runs on television, I’ve always been amazed at sayings, such as those made by Yosemite Sam, such as “Jumpin’ Jehoshepat”. Where in the world do those terms come from? And another is calling Los Angeles la-la land, but that one is easy because the Babylonian word for plenty, happiness and salubrious sex is la-la. Which makes one wonder how much some of our awakened ones know but are not telling.

Anyway, according to the Book of Joel, and specifically Joel 3:2 we find: “I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.”

And in the Book of Acts 1:11: “who also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye looking into heaven? this Jesus, who was received up from you into heaven shall so come in like manner as ye beheld him going into heaven”, which refers to the second coming of Jesus.

It has been a current opinion of scholars that our Lord should descend to judgment, not only in like manner, and in the like Form of Man, but in the same place, over this valley of Jehoshaphat. This location is also referred to as the Valley of Decision.

Our Biblical scholars assure us: “the valley of Jehoshaphat as is shewn by the play upon the name, which, both here and in Joel 3:12, immediately follows, the place is chosen as the scene of Jehovah’s judgement on account of its name (which means “Jah judgeth”). No doubt there was an actual valley, so named after the king, though where it was, is quite uncertain.” Although many other scholars are not bothered by the fact that they don’t have any idea where this is located, since they are very willing to put forth their best guesses.

Some of the guesses include areas near Jerusalem – in fact, most scholars will assure you that Jerusalem is where the judgment of the abductors of the Hebrews and the second coming of Christ will take place. So they are all set to kick off their false-flag activities there, probably with the help of the locals I might add. But what if it isn’t there? What if we are late to the party, a no-show at this event? It would be in our interests to know exactly where this is to take place, at least so that we can watch it for suspicious signs, in the event it does involve human false-flag activity. So I did some digging.

The phrase we are working with here is “Valley of Jehoshaphat”. Two words in the Book of Joel.
This is composed of the Hebrew words emeq for valley, and Yehowshaphat. Using my template I discovered that emeq, or ayin mem quph, can be broken down as ku-i-du, and that gives us “ku = place and idu = cultic room (or temple, altar) .” At that point in biblical history, the temple was the ark inside of a tent that traveled with the Israelites when they went on war campaigns.

And Jehoshapat? It breaks down to give us, exactly: “The place where God’s altar and sons were denigrated”. My desktop dictionary tells me that denigrated can mean: to attack the good name and reputation of someone; to disparage, belittle, diminish, deprecate, cast aspersions on, decry, criticize unfairly, attack, speak ill of, speak badly of, blacken the character of, blacken the name of, etc., etc..

So when and where did both the ark of the covenant, held inside the portable temple as well as the sons of Israel, who were guarding it, become denigrated? That episode was the Philistine captivity of the Ark.

This event as described in the biblical history of Israel was one in which the Ark of the covenant was in the possession of the Philistines who had captured it after defeating the Israelites in a battle at a location between Eben-ezer, where the Israelites encamped, and Aphek (Antipatris), where the Philistines encamped. But nobody is very sure exactly where these two areas were situated.

To make a long and painful three day search much shorter, I will simply tell you. It equates to a spot in what is now known as the Golan Heights. And specifically, in that far most southwestern tip of Syrian territory that Israel now holds under their control, and has since the 1960s wars. The town, which no longer exists thanks to the war, was Fiq, a Syrian town in the Golan Heights that administratively belonged to Quneitra Governorate. Fiq was identified by 4th century writer Eusebius with biblical Aphek (Antipatris).

This is on the bottom third of the eastern side of the Sea of Galilee. Yes, famous from the New Testament as where they pulled fish from the sea and became caught up by Jesus.

The borderline between the tribes of Benjamin and Ephraim passed alongside the two Bethorons of this region, and which belonged to the latter Israelite tribe and, later on, to the Northern Kingdom of Israel, while the tribe of Benjamin adhered to the Kingdom of Judah. Jesus was from the Northern Kingdom, and the Rabbin who judged him were from the Kingdom of Judah. So that’s another sign of import linking to a “judgment”.

Now, going from the coast where the Philistines took the Ark, let’s examine the landmarks from
that coast going west to the east of Galilee:

On the coast, Haifa and Mount Carmel
going east from there we have Bethlehem of Galilee, then
east and slightly south of there is Nazareth,
then the Sea of Galilee, and on the east side of
the sea is Fiq, just over the southern border of Syria. In the Golan Heights.
Bethlehem-Nazareth-Galilee – I think we can see the pattern that is emerging.
And drawing a line though these points directly to Fiq.

We already have an ongoing war, although calmed from time to time, in this area between Syria and Israel. Nearby is Iran and Iraq. Egypt would come up from the side. Could we not see the Golan Heights as an area where the Arabic forces decided to finally make their stand in their efforts to wipe Israel from the map of history?

As a supporting piece of this puzzle, just north of there but still in the Golan Heights is the town of Artouz, which is believed to be the location of the New Testament event known as the Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle. On his road to Damascus in pursuit of persecuting early Christians, Saul (later christened Paul) was interrupted by the ascended Jesus in the whereabouts of today’s Artouz, a place called Tal Kokab.

For those who wait for this event in Jerusalem, they will be 125 kilometers (75 miles off) and just might miss the kick off.

So, rather than returning to the site of his death, Jesus might decide to return to the site of his first Earthly ministry – the area near the Sea of Galilee. This seems reasonable, right?

And now that I have burned that location, all we need to do, in order to make sure that any event that is not an actually second coming does not get the chance to take place without a bunch of us calling foul, is to keep an eye on events that seem to build in that area. Especially those near the year 2030, which I have mentioned is the year that an astronomical event of biblical proportions is to occur.