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Science & Technology / Moon's new location in the sky?
« on: Sunday February 10, 2019, 04:11:06 PM »
Maybe I'am just not familiar with the winter track of the Moon but to me the Moon seems to be about seven hours ahead of where I'am used to seeing it . I'am I just not compensating for something? Anyone have any input? 

Truth Documentaries / Re: Latest from Richie
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Truth Documentaries / Re: Latest from Richie
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Truth Documentaries / Re: Latest from Richie
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Truth Documentaries / Latest from Richie
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Religion & Spirituality / Re: Meanwhile, this week at the Vatican.....
« on: Sunday February 10, 2019, 03:56:05 PM »
The Pope And Islam’s Most Important Imam Just Signed A Covenant That Pushes Us Much Closer To A One World Religion
February 7, 20190147
by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

A historic interfaith covenant was signed in the Middle East on Monday, and the mainstream media in the United States has been almost entirely silent about it.  Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb is considered to be the most important imam in Sunni Islam, and he arrived at the signing ceremony in Abu Dhabi with Pope Francis “hand-in-hand in a symbol of interfaith brotherhood”.  But this wasn’t just a ceremony for Catholics and Muslims.  According to a British news source, the signing of this covenant was done “in front of a global audience of religious leaders from Christianity, Islam, Judaism and other faiths”…

The pope and the grand imam of al-Azhar have signed a historic declaration of fraternity, calling for peace between nations, religions and races, in front of a global audience of religious leaders from Christianity, Islam, Judaism and other faiths.

Pope Francis, the leader of the world’s Catholics, and Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb, the head of Sunni Islam’s most prestigious seat of learning, arrived at the ceremony in Abu Dhabi hand-in-hand in a symbol of interfaith brotherhood.

In other words, there was a concerted effort to make sure that all of the religions of the world were represented at this gathering.

According to the official Vatican website, a tremendous amount of preparation went in to the drafting of this document, and it encourages believers from all religions “to shake hands, embrace one another, kiss one another, and even pray” with one another…

The document, signed by Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar, Ahmed el-Tayeb, was prepared “with much reflection and prayer”, the Pope said. The one great danger at this moment, he continued, is “destruction, war, hatred between us.” “If we believers are not able to shake hands, embrace one another, kiss one another, and even pray, our faith will be defeated”, he said. The Pope explained that the document “is born of faith in God who is the Father of all and the Father of peace; it condemns all destruction, all terrorism, from the first terrorism in history, that of Cain.”

There is a lot of language about peace in this document, but it goes way beyond just advocating for peace.

Over and over again, the word “God” is used to simultaneously identify Allah and the God of Christianity.  Here is just one example…

We, who believe in God and in the final meeting with Him and His judgment, on the basis of our religious and moral responsibility, and through this Document, call upon ourselves, upon the leaders of the world as well as the architects of international policy and world economy, to work strenuously to spread the culture of tolerance and of living together in peace; to intervene at the earliest opportunity to stop the shedding of innocent blood and bring an end to wars, conflicts, environmental decay and the moral and cultural decline that the world is presently experiencing.

On top of that, the document also boldly declares that “the diversity of religions” that we see in the world was “willed by God”…

Freedom is a right of every person: each individual enjoys the freedom of belief, thought, expression and action. The pluralism and the diversity of religions, colour, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings. This divine wisdom is the source from which the right to freedom of belief and the freedom to be different derives. Therefore, the fact that people are forced to adhere to a certain religion or culture must be rejected, as too the imposition of a cultural way of life that others do not accept;

In essence, this is saying that it is the will of God that there are hundreds of different religions in the world and that they are all acceptable in His sight.

We know that the elite want a one world religion, but to see the most important clerics from both Catholicism and Islam make such a dramatic public push for it is absolutely stunning.

You can find the full text of the covenant that they signed on the official Vatican website.  I have also reproduced the entire document below…



Faith leads a believer to see in the other a brother or sister to be supported and loved. Through faith in God, who has created the universe, creatures and all human beings (equal on account of his mercy), believers are called to express this human fraternity by safeguarding creation and the entire universe and supporting all persons, especially the poorest and those most in need.

This transcendental value served as the starting point for several meetings characterized by a friendly and fraternal atmosphere where we shared the joys, sorrows and problems of our contemporary world. We did this by considering scientific and technical progress, therapeutic achievements, the digital era, the mass media and communications. We reflected also on the level of poverty, conflict and suffering of so many brothers and sisters in different parts of the world as a consequence of the arms race, social injustice, corruption, inequality, moral decline, terrorism, discrimination, extremism and many other causes.

From our fraternal and open discussions, and from the meeting that expressed profound hope in a bright future for all human beings, the idea of this Document on Human Fraternity was conceived. It is a text that has been given honest and serious thought so as to be a joint declaration of good and heartfelt aspirations. It is a document that invites all persons who have faith in God and faith in human fraternity to unite and work together so that it may serve as a guide for future generations to advance a culture of mutual respect in the awareness of the great divine grace that makes all human beings brothers and sisters.



In the name of God who has created all human beings equal in rights, duties and dignity, and who has called them to live together as brothers and sisters, to fill the earth and make known the values of goodness, love and peace;

In the name of innocent human life that God has forbidden to kill, affirming that whoever kills a person is like one who kills the whole of humanity, and that whoever saves a person is like one who saves the whole of humanity;

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Religion & Spirituality / Meanwhile, this week at the Vatican.....
« on: Sunday February 10, 2019, 03:46:35 PM »
Vatican to rule next week on defrocking of disgraced U.S. cardinal - sources
Philip Pullella
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Vatican officials will meet next week to decide the fate of disgraced former U.S. cardinal Theodore McCarrick over allegations of sexual abuse, Vatican sources said on Friday.

FILE PHOTO: Theodore McCarrick arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March 4, 2013, when he was a U.S. cardinal. REUTERS/Max Rossi/File Photo
Vatican sources told Reuters last month that McCarrick will almost certainly be dismissed from the priesthood, which would make him the highest profile Roman Catholic figure to be defrocked in modern times.

Cardinal Luis Francisco Ladaria, head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), the Vatican department that will rule on the case, met Pope Francis on Thursday, according to a public Vatican schedule.

The Vatican did not say what was discussed but one source said it was likely that Ladaria briefed the pontiff on the final stages of the McCarrick case. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they are not authorised to discuss the case.

Francis, who will have to sign off on any dismissal decision, wants the McCarrick case over before heads of national Catholic churches meet at the Vatican from Feb. 21-24 to discuss the global sexual abuse crisis, three Vatican sources told Reuters last month.


In July, McCarrick, 88, became the first Catholic prelate in nearly 100 years to lose the title of cardinal. The allegations against him date back to decades ago when he was still rising to the top of the U.S. Church hierarchy.

McCarrick, who rose to be a power broker in the American Church as Archbishop of Washington, D.C. from 2001 to 2006, is living in seclusion in a remote friary in Kansas.

He has responded publicly to only one of the allegations, saying he has “absolutely no recollection” of an alleged case of sexual abuse of a 16-year-old boy more than 50 years ago.

He has not responded publicly to separate allegations by several priests and ex-priests who have come forward alleging he used his authority to coerce them to sleep with him when they were adult seminarians studying for the priesthood.

McCarrick has already received one of the most severe punishments short of defrocking. When the pope accepted his resignation as cardinal last July, he also ordered him to refrain from public ministry and to live in seclusion, prayer and penitence.

The Vatican summit later this month offers a chance for Pope Francis to respond to criticism from victims of abuse that he has stumbled in his handling of the crisis and has not done enough to make bishops accountable..

Recently, the Church also has come under scrutiny over sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops. On Tuesday, Francis publicly acknowledged such abuse for the first time.

Speaking to reporters on the plane returning from a trip to Abu Dhabi, Francis used the term “sexual slavery”, but the Vatican later sought to clarify his remarks, saying in a statement that he meant “manipulation or a type of abuse of power that is reflected in sexual abuse.”

Introductions / Re: Welcome to ALL the great new contributing members
« on: Sunday February 10, 2019, 02:56:30 PM »
Thank you !
Note: I will be off grid 2/13-2/25
May the Lord guide my way. May I have the good sense to listen to him. :)

Introductions / Re: Welcome to ALL the great new contributing members
« on: Sunday February 10, 2019, 12:11:05 AM »
Please  take  the time to leave a brief introduction about yourself. Let us promote confidence that we're all interacting with actual Truth Seekers here. Educating ones self and helping to educate others that seek truth is peril. More and more are "Awaking" everyday let this community serve as a way to network with likeminded people online and off.
As "Always" protect yourself Put on the Full Armor of God , seek the Lords wisdom and take back what is Righteously Ours!

Truth Documentaries / Thebigsib
« on: Saturday February 09, 2019, 11:40:31 PM »

General Discussion / Re: Let Us Show Support...
« on: Saturday February 09, 2019, 11:17:08 PM »
It would be an honor to be of use .

General Discussion / Re: Let Us Show Support...
« on: Saturday February 09, 2019, 07:55:06 PM »
Sounds good to me Christopher,
Intuitive Sense ... here . I am a Spiritual Man created by the one true God  Jesus Christ. My Christian name is Robert William .
Unfortunately due to having three children that have YouTube accounts I cannot comment on Richie's or others YouTube account. But I'am there with ya'll . ( I'll have to get that figured out .... but just not that tech savvy)
Great to see our site being taken back, thank you for all your hard work! It is truly appreciated.
One question... I can not see the local contact button and I'am logged in . I'am I doing something wrong?

Religion & Spirituality / Set not your mind where moth and rust doth corrupt
« on: Wednesday February 06, 2019, 09:43:05 PM »

Thank you thebigsib and Richie from Boston, good stuff .

Religion & Spirituality / The full armor of God
« on: Tuesday February 05, 2019, 02:38:47 AM »
Lord, thank you for giving me all I need In order to do battle in Your name. In the power of Your Spirit, I put on my “armor”-. Protect my mind and imagination with the helmet of salvation. Focus my thoughts steadily on Your love and power. I claim Christ righteousness as my breastplate, protecting heart and emotions. So that I won’t be governed by feelings, wrap your belt of truth around the core of my being to protect me from deception. Guide my steps in the sandals of peace. Set my feet firmly in the good news of your redemption and love for the world, and empower me to stand firm against attack. . I raise my shield of faith..  Protect me from Satan’s arrows as I stand shoulder to shoulder with your Army in a wall of opposition against his schemes.  I take up the sword of the Spirit.  Plant your words deep in my heart in a fresh, exciting way so I will always be ready to deflect and cut down lies with Your truth. I proclaimed Your victory today!

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