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The more some people mock, the more I admire the wisdom of Paul/God in 1 Corinthians 14:34, at least reducing such chatter in the church.
I appreciate all these posts, everyone. When someone responds in a dismissive or snarky way it is an opportunity to respond more forcefully. Without them posting I would be "beating a dead horse" but because they respond I get to reiterate, emphasize, summarize, and respond with combinations.

What genuine believer would not take the revelation of The Antichrist seriously! It is stunning to me that at this time we actually have those who portray themselves as Christians coming out openly and saying we need to ignore all of this evidence.

This is full of Bible verses yet they are telling us to ignore the Bible, don't teach the Bible, don't look at the current events that are fulfilling prophecies right in front of us.
 

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Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour. They went out from us, but they did not really belong to us (1 Jn 2:18).

The latest candidate for the antichrist is Prince Charles. According to the Beastwatch website, HRH The Prince of Wales gives the game away in his coat of arms, which features a leopard (kind of), bear feet (kind of) and the mouth of a lion (well, yes). Check out Revelation 13:2 to see that this makes him the beast, at least. Furthermore, as the eighth ‘Charles’ according to some arcane calculations, he matches the predictions of Rev 17:9-11 that the beast will be the eighth of a line. And the clincher is that when you add up the numerical assignations of the letters ‘PRINCE CHARLES OF WALES’ you get a certain significant number: 666.

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Honorable Reader, this is not the way to understand the Bible. And yet I feel uncomfortable being sarcastic about such foolishness, for there is nothing more damnable than being anti-Christ. It is the thing by which we are all to be judged: “whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God's wrath remains on him” (Jn 3:36b).

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However, when it comes to the Book of Revelation and the identification of figures such as the Antichrist, the Beast and the False Prophet—which are in different Bible passages single figures, nations or unidentifiable entities—a little cynicism about our poor human attempts at understanding is not out of place. Fantasy and prophetic enthusiasm too easily overtake reality and sober judgement. Let's take the issue of the antichrist as an example.

The word ‘antichrist’ appears only in the letters of John. However, the concept is there right through the Old and New Testaments. ‘Antichrist’ means exactly what it sounds like—‘against Christ’. It's an attitude of rebellion and God-hating, falsehood and deception. “Who is the liar?” asks 1 John 2:22, “It is the man who denies that Jesus is the Christ. Such a man is the antichrist—he denies the Father and the Son.”

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John writes that “many antichrists have come”, reminding us that there has been great opposition to Christ ever since he was born (remember how Herod killed all the babies in Bethlehem trying to get to Jesus?). Throughout the whole Bible, we find characters who are ‘anti’ God's plans—wicked men, foreign kings, false prophets and ‘the beast’ who features in Revelation 13. Even in Deuteronomy, there are warnings about the rise of prophets who lie and preach rebellion against the true God.

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But is there going to be one mega-evil ruler who will deceive the world and lead millions astray and do things like brand ‘666’ on their foreheads? source
 

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Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour. They went out from us, but they did not really belong to us (1 Jn 2:18).

The latest candidate for the antichrist is Prince Charles. According to the Beastwatch website, HRH The Prince of Wales gives the game away in his coat of arms, which features a leopard (kind of), bear feet (kind of) and the mouth of a lion (well, yes). Check out Revelation 13:2 to see that this makes him the beast, at least.
The term "coat of arms" is confusing because in reality we are talking about King Charles Heraldic Achievement of Arms.

This site will go through the Heraldic Achievement in detail:

https://juchre.org/nor/charles.htm

First note that mythological animals and imaginative creatures, monsters and hybrids are popular devices in heraldry and, in heraldic language, are referred to as "beasts."
This beast on the left-hand side of Charles' coat of arms has the head and mouth of a lion, the body of a leopard, and the feet of a bear. Typically in heraldry, lions have only three claws per foot while bears will have four or five. This lion has four claws and thus resembles those of a bear. Traditionally in heraldry, the lion has represented England, however Prince Charles' heraldic representation is totally unique in history even differing from that of his mother's, Queen Elizabeth, whose lion has the typical three claws per foot.


(Rev 13:2 KJV) And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.
Note the design around the lion's neck. This image is called the "eldest-son label" and has been described by Tim Cohen (The AntiChrist and a Cup of Tea, pg. 124) as "three parallel horns which are, in a manner of speaking, 'plucked out by the roots' (i.e., turned upside down)." The eldest-son label is a "distinctive mark" of all succeeding Princes of Wales. Other members of the British royal family have labels that have more than three descending "horns." There are a total of five eldest-son labels on the coat of arms: on the left-side lion, the head lion, the unicorn, the red dragon, and at the top of the center shield where 10 lions are depicted.

(Dan 7:8 KJV) I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.

This region presented on the left is from the top of Charles' shield and is thus called the "head" of the overall coat of arms. Pictured is another lion with the eldest-son label around its neck standing on top of a crown and a "gold helm." The helm is made up of seven curved bars or "horns." These seven horns, along with the three horns from the eldest-son label make a total of 10 horns in the head region of the coat of arms.

(Dan 7:20 KJV) And of the ten horns that were in his head, and of the other which came up, and before whom three fell; even of that horn that had eyes, and a mouth that spake very great things, whose look was more stout than his fellows.
Note that Daniel speaks of 10 horns in his head, i.e., singular head, not plural. The word for "head" here is the Aramaic noun "resh" which corresponds to the Hebrew "rosh." It often refers to the head as a body part, or could be that of an animal or statue. It sometimes refers to a leader or "chief" as well.

To the right of the head of the coat of arms is a representation of a unicorn. "In heraldry, this unicorn represents not only Scotland, but also a counterfeit Christ" (Cohen, pg 184). Symbolically, the unicorn in the past has represented Alexander the Great (Dan 8:5, goat with one horn) and Antiochus Epiphanes, a type of anti-Christ (Dan 8:9, "a little horn"). Mythologically, the unicorn probably originated in ancient Babylon and today is a symbol adopted by New Agers to represent "a great world leader" whom they expect to bring world peace to earth. Interestingly, in "Christian" symbolism, the unicorn has also represented the Virgin Mary.

In heraldry, and even historical representations, the unicorn's eyes are round and black, i.e., no visible eye-whites. (Queen Elizabeth's heraldic unicorn is depicted as thus.) Charles' design has the eyes shaped more like those of a human with noticeable eye-whites, (although not easily recognized in this particular copy.)

(Dan 7:8 KJV) ...and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.

Note the chain leading from the unicorn and connecting it to the base of the arms (directly above the red dragon.) In heraldry this chain functions as a "restrainer" (cf. 2 Thess 2:6-7).

At the base of the coat of arms is the heraldic symbol of Wales, the red dragon. The flag of Wales, approved in 1953, pictures a red dragon on a green and white flag with the motto "Y Ddraig Goch Ddyry Cychwyn," meaning "The red dragon gives the lead" (Cohen, pg 196). Note that the eldest-son label is around the neck of the dragon, thus associating it with Prince Charles.
Opposite the red dragon is Charles' badge as the heir-apparent to the British throne. It consists of three ostrich feathers surrounded by a crown with the motto Ich Dien. The meaning of Ich Dien is "I serve" in German. In old Welsh, Eich Dyn, as some believe the motto is a corruption of, is "Your man." The motto and ostrich feathers are associated with "the Black Prince" (Edward III's son). Reading the motto and symbols from right to left, the following message is possibly conveyed :


Ich, the Black Prince, Dien the Red Dragon
(I, the Black Prince, serve the Red Dragon)
 

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The term "coat of arms" is confusing because in reality we are talking about King Charles Heraldic Achievement of Arms.

This site will go through the Heraldic Achievement in detail:

https://juchre.org/nor/charles.htm

First note that mythological animals and imaginative creatures, monsters and hybrids are popular devices in heraldry and, in heraldic language, are referred to as "beasts."
This beast on the left-hand side of Charles' coat of arms has the head and mouth of a lion, the body of a leopard, and the feet of a bear. Typically in heraldry, lions have only three claws per foot while bears will have four or five. This lion has four claws and thus resembles those of a bear. Traditionally in heraldry, the lion has represented England, however Prince Charles' heraldic representation is totally unique in history even differing from that of his mother's, Queen Elizabeth, whose lion has the typical three claws per foot.


(Rev 13:2 KJV) And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.
Note the design around the lion's neck. This image is called the "eldest-son label" and has been described by Tim Cohen (The AntiChrist and a Cup of Tea, pg. 124) as "three parallel horns which are, in a manner of speaking, 'plucked out by the roots' (i.e., turned upside down)." The eldest-son label is a "distinctive mark" of all succeeding Princes of Wales. Other members of the British royal family have labels that have more than three descending "horns." There are a total of five eldest-son labels on the coat of arms: on the left-side lion, the head lion, the unicorn, the red dragon, and at the top of the center shield where 10 lions are depicted.

(Dan 7:8 KJV) I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.

This region presented on the left is from the top of Charles' shield and is thus called the "head" of the overall coat of arms. Pictured is another lion with the eldest-son label around its neck standing on top of a crown and a "gold helm." The helm is made up of seven curved bars or "horns." These seven horns, along with the three horns from the eldest-son label make a total of 10 horns in the head region of the coat of arms.

(Dan 7:20 KJV) And of the ten horns that were in his head, and of the other which came up, and before whom three fell; even of that horn that had eyes, and a mouth that spake very great things, whose look was more stout than his fellows.
Note that Daniel speaks of 10 horns in his head, i.e., singular head, not plural. The word for "head" here is the Aramaic noun "resh" which corresponds to the Hebrew "rosh." It often refers to the head as a body part, or could be that of an animal or statue. It sometimes refers to a leader or "chief" as well.

To the right of the head of the coat of arms is a representation of a unicorn. "In heraldry, this unicorn represents not only Scotland, but also a counterfeit Christ" (Cohen, pg 184). Symbolically, the unicorn in the past has represented Alexander the Great (Dan 8:5, goat with one horn) and Antiochus Epiphanes, a type of anti-Christ (Dan 8:9, "a little horn"). Mythologically, the unicorn probably originated in ancient Babylon and today is a symbol adopted by New Agers to represent "a great world leader" whom they expect to bring world peace to earth. Interestingly, in "Christian" symbolism, the unicorn has also represented the Virgin Mary.

In heraldry, and even historical representations, the unicorn's eyes are round and black, i.e., no visible eye-whites. (Queen Elizabeth's heraldic unicorn is depicted as thus.) Charles' design has the eyes shaped more like those of a human with noticeable eye-whites, (although not easily recognized in this particular copy.)

(Dan 7:8 KJV) ...and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.

Note the chain leading from the unicorn and connecting it to the base of the arms (directly above the red dragon.) In heraldry this chain functions as a "restrainer" (cf. 2 Thess 2:6-7).

At the base of the coat of arms is the heraldic symbol of Wales, the red dragon. The flag of Wales, approved in 1953, pictures a red dragon on a green and white flag with the motto "Y Ddraig Goch Ddyry Cychwyn," meaning "The red dragon gives the lead" (Cohen, pg 196). Note that the eldest-son label is around the neck of the dragon, thus associating it with Prince Charles.
Opposite the red dragon is Charles' badge as the heir-apparent to the British throne. It consists of three ostrich feathers surrounded by a crown with the motto Ich Dien. The meaning of Ich Dien is "I serve" in German. In old Welsh, Eich Dyn, as some believe the motto is a corruption of, is "Your man." The motto and ostrich feathers are associated with "the Black Prince" (Edward III's son). Reading the motto and symbols from right to left, the following message is possibly conveyed :


Ich, the Black Prince, Dien the Red Dragon
(I, the Black Prince, serve the Red Dragon)

Oh yes you said all that already. It is not convincing especially when you have to stretch reality as far as your conspiracy sites are wont to do. It's almost alchemy the way the coat of arms is massaged into something that it is not.

The latest candidate for the antichrist is Prince Charles. According to the Beastwatch website, HRH The Prince of Wales gives the game away in his coat of arms, which features a leopard (kind of), bear feet (kind of) and the mouth of a lion (well, yes). Check out Revelation 13:2 to see that this makes him the beast, at least. Furthermore, as the eighth ‘Charles’ according to some arcane calculations, he matches the predictions of Rev 17:9-11 that the beast will be the eighth of a line. And the clincher is that when you add up the numerical assignations of the letters ‘PRINCE CHARLES OF WALES’ you get a certain significant number: 666.

I mean how could you go wrong with a site like 'Beastwatch'. smh
 

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my thought is the whole monarchy nonsense is much to much for a few people to live & be served as if they were gods. its super ridiculous what they are allowed. in fact, its the most unfair pomposity i've ever known.
 

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Oh yes you said all that already. It is not convincing especially when you have to stretch reality as far as your conspiracy sites are wont to do. It's almost alchemy the way the coat of arms is massaged into something that it is not.
I think you are confusing "not convincing" for you with everyone else. I am not required to convince you and have no interest in doing that. I am only required to speak the truth.

So then, what have you said already?

"I should tell you. I am probably the last person around that anyone should have a conversation with about the book of Revelation even though I have gone through it several times." Post 71

In post 73 you thought it was a joke to say that the Heraldic Achievement portrays the Black prince serving the Red dragon. Proving you are also the last person around that should be having a conversation on this as well.

In Post 74 your contribution to the discussion is to cut and paste from Wikipedia. Couldn't even do a simple search showing that the Prince of Wales is known as the Black Prince.

In Post 76 "The truth is bad enough but scary fairy tales are ridiculous. Why post such things when it is so easy to prove them wrong?" I agree, everything you have posted has been proven wrong, why are you still posting? Why not follow your own advice and avoid topics you clearly know nothing about.

In Post 82 you post a cute cat video which has nothing to do with this thread.

In Post 84 you try and change the topic to Obama which also has nothing to do with this thread.

In Post 86 you tell me not to talk about the Antichrist.

Why are you so desperate to change the subject and get people to stop talking about the antichrist? I am not going to listen to you, I will listen to God and He tells us that we live by every word of the Bible and that includes the words about the Antichrist.
 

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I think you are confusing "not convincing" for you with everyone else. I am not required to convince you and have no interest in doing that. I am only required to speak the truth.
Well, you are obviously trying to get people to believe what you are posting or you would not bother. Your posts are conspiracy theories that you have accepted as truth. That is your choice. I and many others choose not to accept these renderings as truth.

You don't own the forum and people can and will post what they want within what is not against the TOSD. Get over it.

As I stated earlier (yesterday) this conspiracy theory about Charles III is all over the net.
 

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Why are you so desperate to change the subject and get people to stop talking about the antichrist? I am not going to listen to you, I will listen to God and He tells us that we live by every word of the Bible and that includes the words about the Antichrist.
Well that's nonsense. The desperate person appears to be you as you constantly try to censor what others say because you don't like what they say.

I never asked you to listen to me. You sound like you are very upset and that is too bad. If you are going to postulate such conspiracies, you should understand that they are in fact CONSPIRACIES and not facts and confusing those CONSPIRACIES with God speaking to you is beyond the pale but also your choice.

God told me not to believe conspiracies but rather what is in His word.
 

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Prince Charles speaking in 2020, the pandemic hit in march and he used this opportunity to push for the great reset in this speech in June.

He uses terms "more inclusive world" -- setting the stage to portray Evangelicals who believe that Jesus is the only way as the problem.

He also talks about "more sustainable". This also is a term that refers to reducing the population. The Sodom agenda is all about reducing population. Remember the goal of the Georgia guidestones was a population of 500 million. More sustainable sounds good, but if I were to say "more sustainable for the royals" that would be very different from what you imagine. How about more sustainable for the elites?

If you are not familiar with the great reset they are talking about one world government (as prophesied in the Bible) with one world government (ie the Antichrist) one world religion (Abrahamic house) and one world currency (the mark of the beast)
 

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This is central to King Charles power


The invitation to the coronation has a picture of Pan, a Greek god that signifies nature. When we refer to pagans and "pantheists" we are referring to these kinds of gods. It is important to understand that the people who are pushing the "green agenda" are often speaking with religious fervor and can be characterized as religious zealots. Some are easy to dismiss like AOC, some have become memes like Greta Thurnberg. But when you listen to Charles you are listening to the preeminent spokesman for the green movement. He comes across as genuine, wise, measured, and diplomatic. He has a track record of living what he preaches, setting up organic gardening 20 years before it was fashionable.

There is a path that leads to the worship of the Antichrist (remember that means "counterfeit Christ", don't forget there is a statue of Charles called "Savior of the world"). This path begins with the worship of the Earth. After all only horrible people would be against the earth. However, this path runs right through the villages of wickens, witches, pagans and others. Not all witches are "evil". You have good witches. In the Masonic temple the black and white checkerboard floor indicates you can have black squares and white squares. Charles will definitely be a white square. He is charitable, thoughtful, and concerned for the welfare of the planet. All of that will line the path to him taking power.

Christians are not against organic gardening or sustainable development. We view pollution as a crime just as much as anyone else does. What we are concerned with is absolute power corrupting absolutely. It is because of this green new deal that our food production has plummeted, contributing to inflation and famine. It is because of this that we have shut down much of our oil and gas production which has forced some countries to use coal which is even more polluting. We are not against the use of solar or wind power, but if it is implemented foolishly you will have brownouts and blackouts like we saw in Texas. We also are against hypocrisy, if the "greens" are for eliminating fossil fuel why are they not for the use of nuclear power plants? If you listen to Charles he is obviously very intelligent and very well educated. I don't believe the leaders of this movement are fools or stupid, therefore it seems more likely that all of these missteps are designed to lead to the great reset and one world government.

That is what Christians are warning about, what we see in Revelation. But any reference to Charles as the Antichrist will be attacked with a broad brush that you are against sustainable development and organic farming, which is absurd.

It always bothers me when they are still "making a case" which everyone agrees with, without telling us the plan. The issue that people are objecting to is the plan. If China, India, and Russia do not sign onto the plan, then what is the point? What scares common sense people is that leaders and tyrants never let a crisis go to waste. Create a crisis and then use it to seize more power. Their plan is to seize more power.
 

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This is a fundamental question

Are we supposed to know who the AntiChrist is?

Are we supposed to know who are wolves in sheep's clothing? Are we supposed to identify false prophets? One of the many errors is that people will claim that only John mentioned Antichrist and only a few times. Actually Jesus in the gospels warned us about false prophets and false Christs. That is in all four gospels. We also saw that in the book of Acts. Paul warned us and taught us about this in just about every one of his epistles, it is also in Hebrews, and in James and in Peter's epistles, and of course it is the focus of Jude. Not only so but you can learn a lot about these false prophets, and evil rulers from Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel as well as the minor prophets. Not only so but you can pick up types with Balaam being a false prophet, Adonijah being a type of the Antichrist, etc.

So the answer is yes, the reason the Bible gives us so much specific teaching on this is so that we will know and will not be deceived. Also, since the Antichrist has much more than anyone else we can surmise that the Antichrist is much more deceptive than anyone else.
 

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Should we search the scriptures and be good 'Bereans' (remembering that the Bereans did not have the NT but we do)
absolutely

Should we pray for and practice discernment?
Of course as scripture tells us to do

Should we identify false prophets and those whose teachings are wrong?
yes we should but these days the false proliferates and they will you an argument if you call them out because they have so much support from people with itching ears

There are many warnings in scripture that Jesus gave and that we can further identify in the NT.

Now, does Jesus tell us to hold to conspiracy theories? Does He tell us to guess and build up conspiracies until we think they are equal to the truth of scripture? No, He does not.

In fact, the Bible tells us not to speculate.

Is it against this forums rules to disagree with speculations presented by anyone as truth rather than a conspiracy theory?
No it is not.

7 For many deceivers have gone out into the world, those who do not confess the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh. Such a one is the deceiver and the antichrist. II John 1

John writes of many people being 'antichrist' because they deceive in I John

18 Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have come. Therefore we know that it is the last hour I John 2

That was almost 2000 yrs ago so we know that spirit of antichrist is real. However, John does not speculate on any one person or even persons, being satisfied that anyone who denies Jesus came in the flesh is of that spirit and an anti-Christ.

People have theorized on who the antichrist as a single individual might be for many years and I imagine they may have done so 2000 years ago. I don't know that for a fact though, so I do not call it a fact.

If conspiracy theories are our passion that is a personal choice. However, presenting them as fact and saying God showed me this, complete with many OT passages, is no longer in the realm of speculation. The presenter or author of such material must be understood to be a prophet since they are foretelling an individual to be something and indicating that they are speaking for God.

Now that, is what I see as a problem.

A theory is something that is not proven and that cannot be presented as fact. Saying God has given you a revelation that it is, would pretty much indicate you believe you are a prophet and that you speak for God.
 

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7 For many deceivers have gone out into the world, those who do not confess the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh. Such a one is the deceiver and the antichrist. II John 1

Yes, this is an excellent verse to expose King Charles as an antichrist. He is not simply an unbeliever, he is the head of the Anglican church even though he has converted to Islam, and says he does not want to be the defender of the faith, but instead to be the defender of all faiths. He wants people to pledge their allegiance to his throne and yet I never once heard him pledge allegiance to Jesus Christ, the king of kings and the lord of lords.

One point John makes that we shouldn't miss is that there are many deceivers, many who do not confess Jesus Christ, many who are counterfeits. We should not expect "the" antichrist to be all that special, but rather much like all these other knock offs.

18 Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have come. Therefore we know that it is the last hour I John 2

Excellent point, by focusing on these ones who are trying to be counterfeit Christs like King Charles with his statue called "Savior of the World" which is designed to go inside the temple when it is built, he is very clearly and unequivocally a counterfeit Christ. The word Christ means anointed one and his anointing was clearly a counterfeit according to the flesh of the anointing Jesus has in the heavens.

There is no speculation here, simply the facts that were plain for all to see.
 

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If you are going to postulate such conspiracies, you should understand that they are in fact CONSPIRACIES and not facts...
What makes you think that conspiracies are not factual or do not in fact exist? Anyone today who refuses to acknowledge the existence of ONE MAJOR CONSPIRACY connected to several minor ones is simply refusing to fact facts.
 

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What makes you think that conspiracies are not factual or do not in fact exist? Anyone today who refuses to acknowledge the existence of ONE MAJOR CONSPIRACY connected to several minor ones is simply refusing to fact facts.
You got any valid sources for your claims? No obscure YouTube videos or Twitter posts saying whatever, please.
 

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You got any valid sources for your claims? No obscure YouTube videos or Twitter posts saying whatever, please.
Charles, winged and saving the world

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2002/mar/06/monarchy.alexbellos

The life sized model they are building is going to be 10 cubits high, the same height as the Cherubim in Solomon's temple and it is designed to go into the temple when Israel rebuilds the temple.

That is what Daniel said about the abomination of desolation sitting in the Holy Place.
 

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Charles, winged and saving the world

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2002/mar/06/monarchy.alexbellos

The life sized model they are building is going to be 10 cubits high, the same height as the Cherubim in Solomon's temple and it is designed to go into the temple when Israel rebuilds the temple.

That is what Daniel said about the abomination of desolation sitting in the Holy Place.
My response was to another person. It was a general question and had nothing to do with King Charles.
 

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Is this Youtube video too obscure for you? Don't forget Prince Charles opened this Satanic display as a worship to Moloch.

 

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My response was to another person. It was a general question and had nothing to do with King Charles.
If it has nothing to do with king Charles you are on the wrong thread.

If you want to send someone a private message please use a PM.
 

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What makes you think that conspiracies are not factual or do not in fact exist? Anyone today who refuses to acknowledge the existence of ONE MAJOR CONSPIRACY connected to several minor ones is simply refusing to fact facts.

1. First what is a conspiracy?

Well the dictionary for one thing.

Conspiracy:

1
: the act of conspiring together
They were accused of conspiracy to commit murder.


2
a
: an agreement among conspirators
uncovered a conspiracy against the government

b
: a group of conspirators
a conspiracy made up of disgruntled aristocrats


see also CONSPIRACY THEORY

: a theory that explains an event or set of circumstances as the result of a secret plot by usually powerful conspirators

also : a theory asserting that a secret of great importance is being kept from the public

THEORY:
an ideal or hypothetical set of facts, principles, or circumstances

—often used in the phrase in theory

an unproved assumption : CONJECTURE

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