Rulership over the Flat Earth

Thomas Hobbes wrote a book concerning the structure of society and legitimate government. So, the picture on the cover above is a representation of power over the earth. Globe or flat, earth needs rulership. Here is the first post out of two where you will read about modern and ancient kings and old prophecies connected with rulership over the earth. Moreover, in my next issue, you’ll learn some curiosities about a legendary king and historical events. It is known as the story of the Gordian Knot. 


Kings some time succeed in fulfilling prophecies. Let’s try a few examples.  The Bible mentions Cyrus, Nebuchadnezzar or Alexander as having been instruments of  God. They performed a role assigned to them by prophecies. Even American presidents seem sometimes have joined that order of ideas.

An amazing phone call between  top earth rulers

In 2003, Thomas Römer, a professor of theology at the University of Lausanne, received a telephone call from the Elysée Palace. The reason was that Jacques Chirac’s advisers wanted to know more about Gog and Magog. These were two mysterious names George W. Bush had mentioned. Quoting the prophecy, the American President was trying to persuade France to go to war at his side in Iraq. In its September 2007 issue, the University of Lausanne (UNIL)’s magazine, Allez savoir, revealed an amazing story.

Bush was said to have declared to Chirac that Gog and Magog were at work in the Middle East. He was convinced that the Biblical prophecies were being accomplished. It was a few weeks before the intervention in Iraq. The French president, to whom the names of Gog and Magog meant nothing, was stupefied.

Thus professor Römer explained that Gog and Magog are two creatures appearing in the Book of Ezekiel. He stated it was an apocalyptic prophecy of a worldwide army bringing a final battle to Israel. Among other statements, he said:“This confrontation is willed by God, who wants …to wipe out the enemies of his people…”

According to him, George W. Bush is not the first to have looked for an incarnation of Gog and Magog on earth. Ronald Reagan believed that the Cold War and the atomic bomb were making the prophecy of Ezekiel a possible reality.

Religious foundations in earth’s politics.

After Chirac left his office, the University of Lausanne revealed this little private secret of international politics. The whole story did raise a big question about religious foundations in politics. More often that one could imagine, religious beliefs are determining political and military decisions. For Jocelyn Rochat, editor in chief at the Télétop Matin, University of Lausanne, it is a parameter to take into account. Otherwise, “you will understand nothing about the current direction of the world.”

In his prophecy, besides Gog and Magog, Ezekiel mentions a series of peoples. Among them Meschec, Tubal, Gomer, and Togarmah. Who were all these people? Römer answered saying the best opinion was that, like all Bible prophecies, it was a mixture of Ezekiel’s contemporary politics. “Some of it seems to refer to the turmoil that followed Alexander’s the Great exploit in the fourth century BC.” The theologian here noticed that, unlike Bush, Alexander actually conquered Afghanistan.

In the 70s, 80s  Gog represented Russia all over the earth

But these prophecies, for the last two hundred years, originated a series of increasingly excited suppositions, especially in America. In the 70s and 80s, Gog was a symbol for Russia. Ronald Reagan seemed to have believed that.

The Lausanne University magazine published Römer’s story in 2007 and looked perfectly credible there. Moreover, a French book of interviews with Chirac, repeated it independently that same spring. I’m  inclined to believe it too: it really makes sense as anything else about Bush’s policy in Iraq.

 Here’s an account of how George Bush tried to talk  Jacques Chirac into supporting the invasion of Iraq. Chirac recounts that the American leader appealed to their “common faith” and told him: “Gog and Magog are at work…. The biblical prophecies are being fulfilled…. This confrontation is willed by God, who wants to erase his people’s enemies before a New Age begins.”

Once George W. Bush addressed an audience at the presidential library and museum in Dallas, Texas. It was a Sunday, November 2, 2014. During the discussion, Bush emphasized how much the Bible had been an integral part of his daily life as president.

An American President on a mission from God

“I’ve been in the Bible every day since I’ve been the president,” said doubleyou Bush.
“I read the Bible every day during my presidency,” he added.
Honest. So this isn’t a joke. The president of the United States, in a top-secret phone call to a major European ally, asked for French troops to join American soldiers in attacking Iraq as a mission from God.” A few months after his phone call to Chirac, Bush attended a 2003 summit in Egypt. The Palestinian foreign minister later said the American president told him he was “on a mission from God” to defeat Iraq. At that time, the White House called this claim “absurd.”

President Bush’s reason for launching the war in Iraq was, for him, fundamentally religious. He was driven by his belief that the attack on Saddam’s Iraq was the fulfillment of a Biblical prophecy. Consequently, he thought he had been chosen to serve as the instrument of the Lord.

George Bush Senior’s  speeches about Earth New World Order

On both 9-11-90 and 9-11-91, George Bush Senior gave speeches mentioning the New World Order. September 11 is very important on an occult level and of course, it’s the real start to the NWO in 2001. This is why I disagree with the skeptics who think there’s nothing to a number and its repetition. Clearly, there is an obscure significance associated with the number 11. (Similarly, you could think of the 11-9-1989, the day when the Berlin Wall had fallen).

The term “new world order” has been used to refer to any new period of history. It underlines a dramatic change in world political thought and the balance of power. Despite various interpretations of this term, it is primarily associated with the ideological notion of global governance. It evidences collective efforts to face worldwide problems that go beyond the capacity of individual nation-states to solve.

A list of films about Earth-NWO

Maybe the reader would like to watch a movie. Many films focus on these topics. Here I’ll give a list.

  • NWO
  • New World Order
  • Metropolis
  • The shape of things to come
  • Dr Strangelove
  • The Manchurian Candidate
  • The Wicker Man
  • Network
  • 1984
  • They live
  • Brazil
  • The Matrix
  • Coulda woulda: Control Factor, Eyes Wide Shut, Fahrenheit 451, Brave New World, The Man Who Would Be King, The Boys From Brazil, 2001 A Space Odyssey, THX 1138, Logan’s Run, The Mind Snatchers, Rosemary’s Baby, The Conversation

In an interview for the book “Bush at War” by Bob Woodward  W.  Bush  stated:

“I’m the commander, see. I don’t need to explain — I do not need to explain why I say things. That’s the interesting thing about being the President. Maybe somebody needs to explain to me why they say something, but I don’t feel like I owe anybody an explanation”.

And in an interview with the Jerusalem Post, Washington, D.C., on May 12, 2008, he added:

“I’ll be long gone before some smart person ever figures out what happened inside this Oval   Office.” 

Flat Earth and the divine right of kings

When  I was at university studying English literature I had to read Shakespeare. Moreover, I went to the theater and watched the play Richard II. I remember a guy running around, saying stuff like, “Hey, God picked me to be king. So, don’t ask me, I don’t have to answer to anybody.” Richard’s  philosophy is actually grounded in a famous political theory that’s often called the “divine right of kings.” The theory says that kings have a God-given right to rule because God has hand-picked them to be monarchs. We are going to talk about this theory and some more else in this post.

The Divine Right of Kings is an old way of considering absolute power. It indicated the legitimacy of a monarch. That was a doctrine of royal and political superiority. It asserted that a monarch was deriving the right to rule directly from the will of God. As a consequence, only God can judge an unjust king. Any attempt to depose, dethrone or restrict his powers runs contrary to the will of God. It would constitute a sacrilegious act.

Ancient anointed kings ruled the earth

In ancient times, kings were often convinced to be ruling with the backing of God. Sometimes they even presented their origins as divine. For instance, the pharaohs of Egypt claimed to be generated by Amon-Ra, the solar god. The same did Alexander the great pretending to be born from Zeus-Ammon.  The well-established notion of a divine right of kings could be traced either up to the biblical story. In the first book of Samuel, you learn that the prophet anointed Saul and then David as kings over Israel. And the anointing was to such an effect that the monarch became inviolable. Moreover, even when Saul sought to kill David, David would not raise his hand against him.  The king was the Lord’s anointed and could not be touched.

In modern times, the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and Napoleon’s wars deprived the doctrine of most of its glamor. But often today’s politics, including  American Presidents, still keep on believing they are on a mission willed by God.

Next time we’ll conclude the topic talking about an ancient empire, Alexander the Great, the Sun and the year 333. There will also be some hints about Yalta, Roosevelt, Churchill, Uncle Joe, and the UN logo. Bye



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