Brett

Reseacher & Writer with a BA & MA Theological & Historical Studies. Telecommunications Engineer with Electronics Diploma and Numerous Certifications.

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THE ANTICHRIST WORLD EMPIRE

As recorded in biblical prophecies, the titles of the future Antichrist describe the kingdoms he will rule over. He is called the king of Babylon, the Assyrian, the Prince of Tyre (Lebanon), and Pharoah of Egypt. Prophecy is precise in geography. Christ was prophesied to come out of Egypt, Bethlehem and Nazareth. And true to …

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JIHAD OF ANTICHRIST (THE MAHDI)

Both Sunni and Shi’a branches of Islam await the coming of their messianic leader, the Mahdi. The Sunni Muslims refer to him as the “rightly-guided and awaited one” and Shi’a Muslims acknowledge him by the title Sahib Al-Zaman, “The Lord of the Age.” The biblical scriptures know this figure as Satan who is likewise called …

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Magellan and the Patagonian Giants

Port St. Julian On September 20, 1519, Captain-General Ferdinand Magellan set sail from San Lucar, Spain with a five-vessel fleet to discover a route to the Spice Islands (the Moluccas). Magellan sailed southwest along the South American coastline. After departing Rio de Janeiro, they began to search for a strait which would lead them to …

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Missions Support to Burundi

This page is dedicated to find sponsors for aid to Burundi. An excerpt from Barrons in 2021 ranking Burundi as #1 poorest nation in the world: The small landlocked country of Burundi, scarred by Hutu-Tutsi ethnic conflict and civil war, has the rather unenviable distinction of topping the world’s poverty ranking. With about 90% of …

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The Islamic Black Stone

“The Lord will drive you and the king you set over you to a nation unknown to you or your fathers. There you will worship other gods, gods of wood and stone. You will become a thing of horror and an object of scorn and ridicule to all the nations where the Lord will drive …

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William Branham’s Seven Visions of America

William Marion Branham was one of the early pioneers of the Pentecostal movement. His ministry was confirmed with mighty signs and wonders. He had seven major continuous visions that came to him one Sunday morning in June 1933. These revelatory visions appear designed to unfold in successive order over many decades.         …

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Gun Confiscation as Prelude to the Armenian Genocide

The Islamic Turks had fought many wars and committed many heinous crimes of war leading up to their eventual collapse. Into the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, the Muslim invasions had continued relentlessly. From 1894-1896, the Turkish Muslims slaughtered over 250,000 Armenian Christians. In 1904 and 1909, another 30,000 Armenians were murdered. Once again, in 1915, …

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Rome’s Purge of Christians in the Military

Throughout history, a general purging of the military remains a persistent theme in tyrannical regimes. Absolute obedience to the state collective was considered imperative. The ruling elite feared any opposition or usurpation among the armed forces and were the first targets in screening their loyalty. Rome’s greatest purging of Christians in the military began around …

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The Crusades – Definition Versus Myths

  When the word “Crusade” is injected into a conversation many divergent views and mental images often emerge. Unfortunately, many of the perceived modern myths surrounding the “Crusades” are exactly that, myths.

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Hyperinflation and Tyranny in Diocletian’s Rome

Military Expansion: In 284 C.E. the Senior Augustus, Diocletian expanded the Roman legions fourfold. The empire was at its apex of expansion. The Byzantine author, Lydus, records Diocletian’s army at 389,704 soldiers and 45,562 in the navy fleet. The army had always taken the largest portion of the empire’s budget.

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