|april 10, 2006 (0018us)
unending vengeance is going on
The wall falls down; they
(will) rebuild the mas'jy (= the mosque, Rev of Ares XV/7).
Yes, they will, but what for?
This verse and all of The Revelation of Ares'
chapter XV were about the war that the USSR was going to wage against
traditional Afghanistan. In 1977, when I was given the message by the
Maker, it was an absolute prophesy, because it has never occurred to
anybody that such a war would break out. Ever since then, a lot of
events have taken place throughout those countries. In Afghanistan the
victory of the brothers of Muhammad (XV/3), who in the
majority would be called talibans and impose a rule of intolerance on
the country, which had always been more or less rampant there, anyway.
Shortly afterwards, the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq by the US Army
and the consequent chaos, because the governments set up by the invader
do not have the natural authority, the charism very important to all
On February 22, some sunnites explode the dome of the
sacred shiite mosque in Samara, Iraq. Pathetic, just as any angry act
is! People can pray elsewhere, anywhere. Sadly, vengeance is
going to go on unending (Rev of Ares 27/9)
and harder than ever between shiites and sunnites and even others.
Believers will kill each other, just as they have done for millennia.
The civil war every day is plunging Irakis into more sufferings and
mournings. As a result, papers have a while been silent on the trial of
Saddam Hussein who, albeit in a merciless way, had imposed peace and
security in Iraq, and who had twenty-five years claimed less victims
than the plight caused by George W. Bush has claimed for three years.
Oh no, I don't prefer the former to the latter. Every day I with
anguish think and even have my eyes wet over my fellow humans, who keep
on losing the right ways and suffering all over the earth. Who could
still misunderstand that listening to The Revelation of Ares
or merely the Sermon on the Mount not yet applied is a matter
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Can the Sunnis and the Shi'ites and the Kurds not agree that they want
to defend their country against Turkey, against Iran, against Kuwait,
Brian (Bronxville, NY)
Sunni, Shi'ites and Kurds (there are Sunnis, Shi'ites and Kurds
elsewhere, notably in Iran, Turkey, etc.) may be unlikely to rally to
the defense of Iraq, given their domestic quarrels. Just imagine that
their quarrels have led Iraqi Sunnis and Shi'ites reciprocally to
explode their mosques and slaughter each other! I wonder if Iraq has
ever existed as a country. I recall being taught that the Brits had
created Iraq from the Middle-eastern old wreks of the Ottoman empire,
part of Mesopotamia, but not from a coherent Iraqi homeland.