Old History New Again: Alexander the Great, U.S. & WW3

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 7:00 AM
October 22, 2014

Alexander-the-Great        New unearthing of ancient grave sites and other ‘strange’ modern-day phenomena shed light on national identities and intentions, the timing of such revelations in the 21st century, as well as progressions towards World War III.

Alexander the Great died in Babylon, Iraq––now nearly taken by ISIS militants. Other new revelations show: 1) Founders of U.S. history are connected to Alexander; 2) U.S. history is also connected to Muslim identities; and 3) Rising ‘twists’ of old religions also signal the end of of man’s reign on earth!

First, the origin of the most famous state of U.S. founding fathers goes back much further than a British queen. It’s city is the name of cities in both the ancient worlds of Greece and Rome. Further, Alexandria, which was one of the emperor’s resting place after its movement from Babylon, connects toWashington D.C.

Wikipedia points out:  “In the late 4th or early 3rd century BC Alexander’s body was transferred from the Memphis tomb to Alexandria for reburial (by Ptolemy Philadelphus in c. 280 BC, according to Pausanias). Later Ptolemy Philopator placed Alexander’s body in Alexandria’s communal mausoleum.”

In the United States Alexandria is on the edge of Washington, D.C. Home the famous Watergate Apartments, the U.S. Pentagon is located in Alexandria county. The city is populated by government workers and members of the military.

Robin Waterfield, author of ‘Dividing the Spoils: The War for Alexander the Great’s Empire’ states:  “Ivories from Vergina: Archeological findings suggest Verginia, a small village in northern Greece, is the ….. It fills the holes between ancient Greece and Rome.”

In ‘The Worlds of Thomas Jefferson At Monticello’ author Susan R. Stein mentions: “ . . . famed structures, including his acclaimed Monticello home, the Verginia State Capitol, . . .” Both authors allude back to ancient Greece locations.  And they and other scholars connect America’s founders to those ancient times.
George Washington and other early American leaders were high degree Free Masons. They laid out the nation’s capital and designed its architecture.  But apparently Thomas Jefferson went to even more advanced degrees in Free George-Washington-Masonic-National-MemorialMasons.

Indications from his designed domed architecture at his Monticello estate, and his devotion to the Moslem Qu’an, Jefferson advanced to Islam. The next step after Free Masons is Shriners, a visible and historical connection to Islam.

Pastor Carl Gallups of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton, Florida, blogs:  “After a man passes through. . .  the first 3 degrees of Masonry and has achieved the status of Master Mason he can petition to become a member of the Shrine or the ‘Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine’.

“One of the most distinguishing marks of a Shriner is the Fez hat that he wears. So named after the city of Fez, Morocco . . .The Fez is a distinctly Muslim symbol. . . It contains the Arabic pagan god symbols of the Crescent Moon and Star, . . . now an international symbol of Islam.” The only Muslim in the U.S. Congress was sworn into office placing his right hand on Jefferson’s Qu’an!

God warns Christians in Historical Books of The Old Testament, “It is better to trust in The LORD than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in The LORD than to put confidence in princes (Psalms 118: 8-9).” Believers must examine the basis of their faith and determine exactly who or what they believe in!

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