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“And Jesus went out, and departed from the temple: and his disciples came to him for to shew him the buildings of the temple.” Here we are shown that Jesus was talking about several buildings, and not just the temple alone; and he goes on to tell the disciples what would happen to the building(s). “And Jesus said unto them, See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, There shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down.”

Now the scene shifts and it becomes apparent that Christ and His disciples continued on until they reached the Mount of Olives, which is some distance from Jerusalem and apparently out of sight of the temple. Here Christ and His disciples sat down on the Mount of Olives and asked Him some questions, whereupon He answered: “And as he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately (while Christ was alone, away from the crowd and the Jews), saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world? And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you. For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.”

Can there be any doubt that this saying has come to pass in our time, the cries of the pederists notwithstanding, and has never happened at any time in the past. The pulpits of the so-called Christian Nations of the world are full of false priests which lie about Christ, calling Him a Jew and teaching all sorts of blasphemous and false doctrines. Think about what Christ told Pilate about Himself: “Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world (world age, not the entire earth): if my kingdom were of this world (The Jewish world, who were in actuallity in control of Palestine at that time. The Romans were an occupying army, like the United States Army in Germany after World War II, they were an occupying army, but Germany was ran by the German people through their representatives), then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence.” (John 18:36)

Then Jesus began telling His disciples what would happen near and during the last days of the age. “And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation (Israelite Christian Nation. We know that the Scriptures do not refer to people other than Israelites only as they come into contact with Israel, therefore, this prophecy would be that one Israelite Christian Nation - Germany and Italy) shall rise against nation (Christian nation, America, Great Britain, Canada, France, Australia, New Zealand and etc., other nations and peoples were drawn into the war through the minuplations of the Jewish Internaional Bankers and etc.) and kingdom against kingdom”

We know these nations to be Israelite nations because God said: “Hear this word that the LORD hath spoken against you, O children of Israel, against the whole family which I brought up from the land of Egypt, saying,

YOU (Israel) ONLY HAVE I KNOWN OF ALL THE FAMILIES OF THE EARTH...” (Amos 3:1‑2) Therefore, God would only deal with Israel, and the Israel Nations, not the other nations of the world.

He continues on and says: “and there shall be famines (not food famines but a famine from hearing the Word of God): “Behold, the days come, saith the Lord GOD, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD.” (Amos 8:11)

Continuing: “and pestilences (Can there be any doubt that this is in reference to AIDS and other contagious diseases which have no cure, which are just now, in the last few years, invaded the Israelite nations), and earthquakes, in divers places.”

You have heard it said: "For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places." (Matthew 24:7; Mark 13:8; Luke 21:11) And we hear the Judeo‑Christian preachers pounce on this like a cat on a mouse so let's look at what has been recorded about earthquakes.

Magnitude of earthquakes (Mag.), distinct from deaths or

damage caused, is measured on the Richter scale, on which each higher number represents a tenfold increase in energy measured in ground motion. Adopted in 1935, the scale has been applied in the following table to earthquakes as far back as reliable seismograms are available.

                                                  Major Earthquakes

Date                             Location                                   Deaths  Mag.

526      May 20 Syria, Antioch...                       250,000 NA

856      ...                     Greece, Corinth...                      45,000  "

1268    ...                     Asia Minor, Cilicla...                    60,000  "

1290    Sept. 27           China, Chihli...             100,000   "

1293    May 20 Japan, Kamakura...                    30,000   "

1531    Jan 26  Portugal, Lisbon...                   30,000   "

1556    Jan 24  China, Shaanxi...                     830,000  "

1667    Nov.                 Caucasis, Shemaka...  80,000   "

1693    Jan 11  Italy, Catania...               60,000   "

1730    Dec 30 Japan, Hokkaido...                   137,000  "

1737    Oct 11  India, Calcutta...                       300,000  "

1755    June 7  N Persia...                                  40,000  "

1755    Nov 1               Portugal, Lisbon...                      60,000 8.75*

1783    Feb 4               Italy, Calabria...                          30,000 NA

1797    Feb 4               Ecuador, Quito...                        41,000  "

1811‑12 series            New Madrid, MO...                                   NA 8.7

1822    Sept 5              Asia Minor, Aleppo...    22,000  NA

1828    Dec 28 Japan, Echigo...                       30,000   "

1868    Aug 18 Peru and Ecuador...                  40,000   "

1875    May 16 Venezuela, Columbia...              16,000   "

1886    Aug 31 Charleston, S.C...                            60  6.6

1896    June 15            Japan, sea wave...                     27,120 NA

1906    Apr. 18 San Francisco, CA...                       700  8.3

1906    Aug 16 Chile, Valparaiso...                    20,000  8.6

1908    Dec 28 Italy, Messina...                        83,000  7.5

1915    Jan 13  Italy, Avezzano...                      29,980  7.5

1918    Oct 11  Mona Passage, P.R...         116  7.5

1920    Dec 16 China, Gansu...                       100,000  8.6

1923    Sept 1              Japan, Yokohama...                 200,000  8.3

1927    May 22 China, Nan‑Shan...                  200,000  8.3

1932    Dec 26 China, Gansu...                         70,000 7.6

1933    Mar. 10            Long Beach, CA...                           115 6.2

1934    Jan 15  India, Bihar‑Nepal...                   10,700 8.4

1935    May 31 India, Quetta...               50,000  7.5

1939    Jan 24  Chile, Chilian...                          28,000  8.3

1939    Dec 26 Turkey, Erzincan...                   30,000  7.9

1946   Dec 21  Japan, Honshu...                         2,000  8.4

1948    June 28            Japan, Fukul...                5,131  7.3

1949    Aug 5               Ecuador, Pelileo...                        6,000 6.8

1950    Aug 15 India, Assam...                 1,530 8.7

1953    Mar 18 NW Turkey...                               1,200 7.2

1956    June 10‑17      Afghanistan...                 2,000  7.7

1957    July 2               N Iran...                                      2,500  7.4

1957    Dec 13 W Iran...                                      2,000 7.1

1960    Feb 29 Morocco, Agadir...                   12,000  5.8

1960    May 21 S Chile...                                      5,000 8.3

1962    Sept 1              NW Iran...                                 12,230  7.1

1963    July 26 Yugoslavia, Skopje...       1,100  6.0

1964    Mar 27 Alaska...                                          131 8.4

1966    Aug 19 E Turkey...                                   2,520 6.9

1968    Aug 31 NE Iran...                                    12,000 7.4

1970    Jan 5                China, Yunnan Province          10,000  7.7

1970    Mar 28 W Turkey...                                  1,086 7.4

1970    May 31 N Peru...                                    66,794 7.7

1971    Feb 9               San Frandando Valley, CA               65  6.6

1972    Apr 10  S Iran...                                        5,057 6.9

1972    Dec 23 Nicaragua...                                 5,000 6.2

1974    Dec 28 Pakistan...                                    5,200 6.3

1975    Sept 6              Turkey, Lice...                 2,312  6.8

1976    Feb 4               Guatemala...                              22,778 7.5

1976    May 6               NE Italy...                                         946 6.5

1976    June 26            New Guinea, Iran Jaya...                443  7.1

1976    July 28 China, Tangshan...                  242,000  8.2

1975    Aug 17 Philippines, Mindanao...               8,000  7.6

1976    Nov 24 E Turkey...                                   4,000 7.8

1977    Mar 4               Romania...                                   1,541  7.5

1977    Aug 19 Indonesia...                                     200 8.0

1977    Nov 23 NW Argentina...                              100 8.2

1978    Sept 16            NE Iran...                                    25,000  7.7

1979    Sept 12            Indonesia...                                     100  8.1

1979    Dec 12 Columbia, Ecuador...           800  7.9

1980    Oct 10  NW Algeria...                      4,500 7.3

1980    Nov 23 S Italy...                                          4,800 7.2

1982    Dec 13 N Yemen...                                     2,800 6.0

1983    May 26 Japan, N Honshu...                               81 7.7

1983    Oct 30  E Turkey...                                      1,300 7.1

1985    Mar 3               Chile...                                  146  7.8

1985    Sept 19            Mexico City...                      4,200 8.1

1987    Mar 5               NE Ecuador...                     4,000 7.3

1988    Aug 20 India/Nepal border...           1,000  6.5

1988    Dec 7               NW Armenia...                   55,000 6.8

1989    Oct 17  San Francisco bay area...                    62  6.9

1990    May 30 N Peru...                                            115 6.3

1990    June 21            NW Iran...                                     40,000  7.7

1990    July 16 Luzon, Philippines...                       1,621  7.7

1992    Mar 13 E Turkey...                                      4,000 6.2

1992    June 28            S Cal...                                        1  7.5

1992    Dec 12 Flores Ist., Indonesia...                   2,500 7.5

1993    July 12 Japan, off Hokkaido...                        200 7.7

1993    Sept 29            S India, Maharashtra...                    9,748 6.4

1994    Jan 17  Northridge, CA...                                  61  6.8

1994    Feb 15 Indonesia, S Sumatra...                      215 7.0

1994    June 6  SW Columbia, Cauca...                    1,000  6.8

                                                 Recent Earthquakes

                   Source: Global Volcanism Network, Smithsonian Institution

Date                             Location                                   mag.

Jan 15, 1993                Kushiro, Japan             7.0

Mar 6                           Santa Cruz Islands                    7.1

Mar 6                           Fiji                                            6.7

Mar 6                           Solomon Islands                       6.5

Mar 12             Fiji                                            6.5

July 12             off Hokkaldo, Japan                 7.7

Aug 8                           Agana, Guam              8.0

Aug 10             SW S 1st. New Zealand           7.1

Sept 10                        Chiapas, Mexico                       7.2

Sept 20                        near Klamath Falls, OR            5.8

Sept 29                        Maharashtra, S India   6.4

Oct 11              off Tokyo coast                        6.5

Oct 13              E Papua New Guinea   7.2

Oct 13              Papua New Guinea                  6.8

Oct 24              near Acapulo, Mexico  6.6

Oct 25              Papua New Guinea                  7.0

Nov 13             off coast of Kamchatka            7.1

Jan 17, 1994                Northridge, CA             6.8

Jan 19I             ran Jaya, Indonesia                 6.9

Jan 21              Halmahera, Indonesia  7.3

Feb 12             SW Vanuatu                            7.2

Feb 15             S Sumatra, Indonesia  7.0

Mar 14             Mex/Guatemala border            6.8

June 6              Cauca, SW Columbia   6.8

June 9              La Paz, Bolvia              8.2

“All these are the beginning of sorrows. Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake.” It can be seen on every hand that the people in our Christian Israel Nations are turning on Christians, defaming them, murdering them, and putting them in prison. It has not become widespread yet, but it clearly apparent that it will be in a sort period of time.

“And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another.” This can be seen daily in the newspapers and in the news reports across the nation, where brother is turning in brother, sister turning in sister, mother turning in the father, or the son or daughter and the father turning in the mother, sister, son and etc., because its the law. The law is man’s law and not God’s, and most of the time the people are innocent of the charges brought against them but once one has been turned into the police, charges filed, the prosecutors will manufacture whatever evidence is needed to obtain a conviction. This is most obvious in the Waco, bombing, where the ones convicted for the bombing were convicted on circumstantial evidence, and emotion, not on evidence.

“And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many.” All one has to do is watch and listen to the television evangelists to realize that they are spewing the Devil’s filth into the hearts and minds of the Christians who have left their minds at the door of the living room, den, bedroom or wheverthey happen to be listening and watching these false priests at work. On the radio, one can hear the same filth and deception being spewed forth and there are few who are trying to teach the truth of God’s Word. And they are despised by the rest of Christendom, because of the false teachings they have received. “O Israel, thy prophets are like the foxes in the deserts. Ye have not gone up into the gaps, neither made up the hedge for the house of Israel to stand in the battle in the day of the LORD. They have seen vanity and lying divination, saying, The LORD saith: and the LORD hath not sent them: and they have made others to hope that they would confirm the word. Have ye not seen a vain vision, and have ye not spoken a lying divination, whereas ye say, The LORD saith it; albeit I have not spoken?

Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; Because ye have spoken vanity, and seen lies, therefore, behold, I am against you, saith the Lord GOD.” (Ezekiel 13:4‑8)

“And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold. But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved. And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world (Of the Israel Nations, not the entire earth) for a witness unto all (The Christian Israel) nations; and then shall the end come.” (Matthew 24:1‑14)

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