Monday, August 20, 2012

George Hawkins Pember, Transhumanism, And The Return Of The Nephilim (Part Nine) -- Enter "The Dragon's Breath"


In the fifth chapter of Mark, we read about Jesus’ encounter with a madman. The setting is the seaside town of Gadara, the land of the Gadarenes. Here, among the tombs, resides a crazed, tormented individual, who could not be restrained, for he’d broken every chain and lock placed upon him. During the day, he roamed the mountains, crying and weeping. At night, he haunted the tombs, cutting himself with stones, a blood offering to his tormentors. When Christ arrives, the wild man of Gadara does not attempt to harm his visitor; instead he runs to Christ, falling down to worship Him! This is not an ordinary act of penance though, for the spirits within the man cry out, “What have I to do with thee, Jesus, Son of the most high God? I adjure thee by God, that thou torment me not.” “What torment?” you might ask. We are told in the next verse, Mark 5:8, “For he [Jesus] said unto him, Come out of the man, thou unclean spirit.” Was the madman worshiping Christ? More likely, the entities within him recognized the Son, and they feared that He would command them to leave their earthly abode and go at once “out of the space between two places or limits.” No, this isn’t the translation you find in most Bibles. There, you might find that Legion feared being sent “out of the country,” but the word here is the Hebrew noun chora, which has as its first meaning, “the space between two places.”

Source article HERE

Earth's Earliest Ages
by G.H. Pember

"The influences of the Spirit of God are even now in process of withdrawal, as He prepares for that departure from earth which will leave it open for Nephilim, seven fold worse than those who formerly dwelt in it, to enter, and for a short season to work their will upon the human race… Then will all the Nephilim, who are yet at liberty, be among men, and will quickly make them feel the meaning of that awful utterance, 'Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the Devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.'" ~ G.H. Pember


The Black Sheep tries to warn its friends with the truth it has seen, unfortunately herd mentality kicks in for the Sheeple, and they run in fear from the black sheep and keep to the safety of their flock.

Having tried to no avail to awaken his peers, the Black Sheep have no other choice but to unite with each other and escape the impending doom.

What color Sheep are you?