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Ashalome
Apr 11, 2024
In Biblical Forum
https://sacredsandwich.com/2020/04/29/the-spiritual-lust-of-the-four-inklings/
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Ashalome
Aug 13, 2023
In Biblical Forum
"Once again Bishop Larry Gaiters proves that he can tie together History, Science, Linguistics, Demonology, the Globalist Cabal War Against Humanity and Biblical Teachings like no one else can…"
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Ashalome
Aug 05, 2023
In Biblical Forum
After my silly thought of the Yugas (ages of consciousness) - of which we are currently in the tail end of the fourth called Kali Yuga - ending of darkness, I believe it was Billie Jean who mentioned Iron age etc. Until recently, history has not been an interest of mine. THANK YOU JIM et al for opening the door to nothing new under the sun. Personal note: I passed HS History primarily because the teacher was one of my track coaches. I showed up early for practices, stayed late and of course, took in blue ribbons. Being funny but honest! In college (I started my BS - yep it was full of it - at 30 yo). I passed history with a good grades (yes I studied but nothing made sense in my mind at that time) because the professor and I played a tennis match for my final grade. OK - here are some ideas on the four resets. I can hear Jim say - put some scriptural reference to them. That will come next. Plus, not sure I am on track, slight on, or not on at all. Four (4) RESETS  Thank you Billie Jean (I believe that is who set us on track) with my silly thinking of the Yugas of which we are existing the fourth called Kali Yuga - a time of darkness Iron Age Late Bronze Age Roman Empire Spanish Empire 5. According to Rafael Guthmann in his Substack article: https://rafaelrguthmann.substack.com/p/the-great-waves-in-economic-history, a fifth (5th) great wave or reset that began late in the 1st millennium continues today.  ………………………. IRON AGE COLLAPSE . 12th C BC . Central and Western Europe . Tools and weapons replace their bronze equivalents BRONZE AGE COLLAPSE .12 c (between 1200 and 1150) . Eastern Mediterranean  (N Africa and SE Europe). In particular Egypt, East Libya, Ballin, Aegeon, Anatolia) . Was sudden, silent and culturally disruptive for many Bronze Age civilizations. This lead to sharp economic decline to regional powers.  . Trade routes interrupted resulted in reduced literacy . Ushered in the Dark Ages ROMAN EMPIRE DOWNFALL . 286 AD - 476 D . Atlantic Ocean == Euphrates River in Middle East . Political instability . Economic and social problems along with over reliance on slave labor . Weakening of frontier/border . Constant wars and overspending left the treasury empty . Heavy taxation and inflation . Over expansion and military spending . Vast territory to govern. Administration faced logistical challenges . Corrupt government and political instability . CIvil war created chaos . Loss of traditional values - Christianity   . Hired foreign mercenaries to fill out their crimes SPANISH EMPIRE ENDING . 17 C . Decentralized political nature of Spring . Insufficient taxation . Succession of weak Kings . Power struggles in the Spanish Court . Tendency to focus on the American colonies instead of Spain’s domestic economy . Foreign completion which smothered military expenditures along with inflation . After 300 years = Treaty of Paris ended the Spanish-American war and the Spanish colony died. . Cuba and the Philippines were lost. So were Guam and Puerto Rico. . In an attempt to salvage whatever could be saved, Spain sold her remaining colonies to the newest European power = Germany.
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Ashalome
Aug 02, 2023
In Biblical Forum
Jim's questioning regarding defining "density" in reference to a question Suzanne presented this evening has me pondering. Could it be Ma'at - weighing the heart against a feather. Your thoughts are welcomed! ❤️
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Ashalome
Jul 30, 2023
In Biblical Forum
Three (3) on one side: Ephesus Smyrna Pergamum Four (4) on other side: 4. Thyatria 5. Sardis 6. Philadelphis aka modern Alasehir 7. Laodicea
Seven Apocoliptic Churches - Revelations 2-3 content media
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