Forecast Of The End Of The World

BellaTXan

Chicken
Woman
Other Christian
Originally posted on RooshV.com

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From studying Orthodox Christian eschatology and observing the political course of the coronavirus pandemic during the past two years, a clear picture has emerged for me about where the rulers of the world are taking us. It is a place of trials and sufferings that will be difficult to endure. Secular people will have to make a “deal with the devil” and trade away their freedoms and physical health to temporarily alleviate their fears while Christians will have to love God with all their hearts and trust Him with all their being to endure direct persecution, exile from society, and starvation. I’ve personally concluded that we are entering either the end times or a time that will closely resemble the end times.

The quest for power​


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Broad Street in Utica, New York used to be loud thanks to numerous active factories. They employed the city’s men on wages that were enough for mothers to stay at home, but now most of those factories are closed. “For lease” signs are displayed on dilapidated buildings that will never again be leased, and the jobs that remain can’t sustain a family without mothers working full-time. Good jobs for good men were methodically and purposefully shipped abroad, and the cost savings in wages were pocketed by corporate executives and their institutional shareholders. For the men who couldn’t secure a stable job, they were given opioids, junk food, and comic book movies so they would not be aware of the fact that ruthless scavengers came and took away their birthright.

In our modern, capitalistic age, power is derived from money, particularly the control of money. There are many people who are rich, such as Hollywood celebrities, but they are pawns who don’t have any power, because they don’t control money and its distribution, lending, and monetary policies. It’s the difference between owning a local bank, and having the power to use other people’s money to earn a yield for yourself, and having a savings account at a bank to earn a tiny yield compared to the bank’s owners.

To have worldly power, you must not only need a lot of money but you must live beside the river where money flows. You must be in the financial markets, be an oligarch with the political ability to change the workings of how money is used, or be in control of monetary policy at a central bank. The most powerful men in the world have money and some level of control over the financial markets or the ability to influence them. Those who control the financial markets control the world, because they have the most power to push policy at all levels of society under threat of taking away money, of reducing the river to a trickle.

The oligarchs, the richest men in the world who control the river of money, informally form an international regime to exert their will on the world to maintain their power and accumulate more money. The oligarchs are non-elected rulers who sponsor and thereby control all those who are politically elected. On television, they are kind-hearted philanthropists with goofy laughs and heartwarming origin stories, but in reality, they are destroying the middle class, enabling addiction to drugs and vice, spreading degeneracy to all corners of the world, removing our freedoms, and with the help of unseen dark powers (demons), hurtling human souls into hell.

To read this article in its entirety, click here to view it on my blog (it's too long for a forum post).
Wow. As I am not Orthodox, my view of the end times differs. I believe in a rapture of the Church as taught by 1st-3rd Century elders and a literal 1000 year reign of Jesus Christ following the seven year Tribulation (when God pours out His wrath on the unbelieving earth). By accepting Jesus and the sacrifice He made at the cross, true believers do not have to endure the Time of Jacob's Trouble, The Great Tribulation, the wrath of God. Our debt is paid. I pray you will make time to consider the Berisheet prophecy attached. I find this timeline very compelling and timely. It suggests the Second Coming is 2030. That would mean an exit of the Church before 2023.
 

Eusebius Erasmus

Pelican
Orthodox
Wow. As I am not Orthodox, my view of the end times differs. I believe in a rapture of the Church as taught by 1st-3rd Century elders and a literal 1000 year reign of Jesus Christ following the seven year Tribulation (when God pours out His wrath on the unbelieving earth). By accepting Jesus and the sacrifice He made at the cross, true believers do not have to endure the Time of Jacob's Trouble, The Great Tribulation, the wrath of God. Our debt is paid. I pray you will make time to consider the Berisheet prophecy attached. I find this timeline very compelling and timely. It suggests the Second Coming is 2030. That would mean an exit of the Church before 2023.

The rapture is a heresy. The rapture doctrine is not found in any ancient documents of the Church fathers, and was a 19th Century Protestant invention.

The proposed 1,000-year earthly reign of Christ is called chiliasm, another heresy. It is true that some saints, such as Irenaeus of Lyons and Justin Martyr, held chiliasm as private opinions, but after the Church councils condemned it, it no longer was possible to even entertain the idea. The danger of chiliasm is that many Christians will be fooled into believing that the Anti-Christ is in fact Jesus, returning for his earthly reign.
 

Paisios Harlan

Pigeon
Orthodox
I have to admit that I felt depressed after reading this; perhaps you could do a follow-up piece on exactly how an Orthodox Christian can prepare for the coming persecution?
Forgive me for stating the simple, the obvious, but this is the approach that I try to take. Pray more. I take Fr. Peter Heer's and Fr. Seraphim Rose's advice, mixed with priests and monks in my life.

1. Pray morning prayers, including to saints, and the Jesus prayer, hundreds of times.
2. Pray a Kathisma from the Psalter at some point during the day. and/or
3. Pray the hours, even just once during the day. Fr. Seraphim Rose recommended praying the 9th hour prayer in the afternoon or before dinner, if we have a chance.
4. Pray evening prayers, Small Compline with an Akathist or Canon after dinner.
5. Pray a few brief prayers before bed.
6. Pray the Jesus prayer during the day when the mind is not occupied with work.

Links
One good prayer book
Psalter
Book of Hours
Liturgy.io: All the daily prayers for free on the internet (has the parts that change daily in place, which is huge!)

I apologize for stating the obvious in this post, but I sometimes think we can underestimate the effect of time spent in prayer. God works mysteriously but powerfully in us when we try to prioritize praying and communing with Him.
 

paternos

Sparrow
Catholic
Thanks Roosh, this post scares me, felt the same adrenaline rush when I watching a horror movie as a kid, walking up the stairs afterwards and looking behind me to see if there is a monster, I feel a mixture of fear and elation.

It got me thinking on the WW1 cemeteries I visited last summer in France. While walking over them I felt a sense of calm, the symmetry, the crosses, the birds chirping.

Until I drove away and rage took over me. Who are these filthy beasts who seduced millions of young boys to war? To go in a boat, sit in a trench and get shot to death in a pile of mud against another young boy seduced to shoot the other? Who are these beasts having the guts to put down thousands of crosses here for an act of the devil? How far was the elite of England willing to go to stop the rise of the German industrial nation threatening their power?

Boys were ritually sacrificed in WW1 as as whole generation of children is today.

It's a hard to swallow pill, when you put it all together, my former outlook to life shattering apart, it's dark out there, may we all here see the guiding light and the warmth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Roosh

Cardinal
Orthodox
I think a very small percentage will resist the mark. Like 20% tops.
Your number is optimistic.

Matthew 24:24 - "For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect."

Who is the elect? Those who God foresees as being saved. They are most faithful of Christians. The verse shares that the power of the Antichrist will be such that even the elect will be close to deception, and if God does not "shorten the days", they would eventually fall. That's frightening.

Mark 13:20 - "And unless the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh would be saved; but for the elect’s sake, whom He chose, He shortened the days."

To me, this suggests that all Christians who are lukewarm, who only have some belief, but still lead a carnal life, will not be make it. There are many people even in our Orthodox Churches who will not make it. In the United States, there are less than 200,000 active Church-going Orthodox Christians. This is in a country of 330,000,000. It's a tiny percentage. Of course there are pious Christians in other Churches, but if their doctrine is errant, especially with the Rapture doctrine, they are likely to fall to Anthchrist.

Therefore I would revise your number to 3% or less of the world population. It will be a horrible time that will resemble the Great Flood where only 8 people in the whole world survived. I believe we will experience a type of the end times, where we will witness firsthand the coldness and hatred that people have towards God. This is why I urge people to pursue the faith instead of material solutions. No material solution alone will save you, and will distract from the faith.
 

DanielH

Ostrich
Orthodox
You can see the numbers here.


The overall baptized number is higher, but I think the "regular attendees" number is more indicative of faith.
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Shocking data. Smaller parishes may not be the way to go to maintain an ethnic culture, but they're seemingly the only way to get high church attendance. I'm sure many have noticed that smaller parishes seem to produce just as many low and high-order clergy as the large parishes.
 

UnMasked

Pigeon
Protestant
In a day where the average attention span is dominated by 140 character content preceded with headlines such as "BREAKING" or "BOMBSHELL" which when followed lead to clickbait articles that don't deliver the goods, Roosh overthrows the trend and delivers a modern day version of Orwell's 1984, which in our instance could appropriately be titled Roosh’s 2030.

In reading this article/mini-book we can see Roosh's life experience, insight, discernment, and knowledge all accumulate into his greatest and most important work yet. It's as if God preserved him and prepared him for exactly this moment in time so he could be used as a vessel for His truth. All Roosh had to do was open the door to the One that was knocking, which praise God, he did and now we reap articles like these. If God can use a person to bring just one other to Christ, then that person has successfully done God's will. If God uses a person to bring many to Christ, then that person is chosen by God for a great calling.

Luke 12:48 For everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required

In the article we get a vivid and detailed prediction of the beast system future that awaits humanity, along with explanations for the main motives of those ushering in this new system. Roosh concludes that fear, greed, and evil, as well as a great awakening witnessed in various populist uprisings, are the primary catalysts for why those who control the money and power are looking to kill off most of their human slaves, to replace them with robotic ones.

Because it would take a few articles the length of this one to fully detail the methods of control the money changers have been using for decades to enslave humans, Roosh does a fantastic job summarizing, and not dedicating the full article to, previous techniques they’ve been using against us. He gives us backgrounds and emphasizes key points on feminism, declining birthrates, consumerism turned idolism, poisonings from pharma, GMO foods and zog oils, and the destructiveness of brain numbing entertainment and porn.

Roosh concludes that while all these previous methods have worked as intended and spiritually and physically murdered untold amounts of souls, the progression wasn’t fast enough for the rulers and they became increasingly paranoid and fearful, especially at witnessing the new trend of their slaves wanting to, and successfully, breaking free of government and corporate control.

Independent thinkers could now make income outside of the ruling class systems and use new forms of currency not controlled by them such as crypto. If that wasn’t enough, their main weapon, media propaganda, seemed to have diminishing, and even negative, returns. The more they cranked up their lying talking heads, the more people resisted.

The rise in alternative media and regular individuals who started speaking too much truth couldn’t be censored fast enough. Whack a mole wasn’t a sustainable long-term strategy. If that wasn’t bad enough, a financial collapse that they’re responsible for was imminent. Because they no longer hold a monopoly on narratives, they feared that the collapse they engineered would wake enough people up to take action against them. A risk they couldn’t take.

So, they pulled the trigger on something that benefits them, and only them. A fake pandemic. Through the scamdemic they were able to divide, cause fear, bankrupt others, take power, divert attention, act like saviors, gain control, confuse, and ultimately kick off the plan they’ve been working on for decades. Depopulation of humans, coupled with the full control through digital currency and social scores of the remaining that hadn’t yet died from vax and booster roulette.

Roosh’s article really starts to shine and take things to the next level when he gives us amazing insights on what we can expect to take place in the future from the mark of the beast system that awaits us. Although no one knows with full certainty exactly how things will progress, the timeframe of that progression, and what the exact method of the mark of the beast will be, I feel that Roosh’s version of what’s to come is one of the most likely scenarios to happen and closely aligns with my own theories.

So that my review of the article doesn’t become longer than the article itself, I will just say that if anyone just skimmed over it, and not fully consumed all of it, that they are missing out, and they should take some free time to sit, read, and ponder the full article. It is absolutely worth it!

I will also say that I really enjoyed and was edified by the quotes of the saints dispersed throughout the content. It seemed that each one fit perfectly exactly where it was placed. The exhortations provided the right message for motivation and comfort at the right place at the right time. They aligned perfectly with the message. I imagine the organization of quotes wasn’t an easy task to pull off, but with God’s help anything is possible.

Another thing I really enjoyed was the subtle pieces of humor hidden throughout the message that seamlessly blended into and flowed with the content. For example, even though my heart was beating as loud as a drum at the seriousness of everything I was reading, I still had to burst out in laughter when I read “And no longer could Mike use any dating apps. His profiles now displayed a badge to women and transgenders stating how he fell into a serious violation.” The comedic gold in that being that there will be so many trannies on dating apps in the future that the men using those apps will be displaying themselves possibly to more trannies than females.

All in all, in a world where attention spans have been conditioned to last long enough to read the bombastic headline of an article, get a dopamine rush, and then just move on looking for the next “BREAKING NEWS” headline, an article that took this much thought, research, and organization is a blessing that’s well accepted! God bless you Roosh for taking the time to bring forth those truths and to also use your platform and skill to evangelize your readers and provide them with a message of hope in a time of uncertainty and peril. May Christ our Lord continue to bless and use you!
 

Roosh

Cardinal
Orthodox

Papist

Woodpecker
Trad Catholic
Just reading the article and I didn't know anything about this:

The Federal Government granted a new stimulus to all citizens, a large sum of $6,000, but it could only be collected on an app released by the Federal Reserve, which is neither a Federal agency nor in possession of a money reserve. Only through the app could you spend the money. The only requirement for the app—and it was a big one—was to have a vaccine passport app in good standing. Matthew Drummond did not like the idea of being forced to get the vax and use two government apps, but he was in a bad financial position, and $6,000 would make a significant difference to his family, so he got all the vaccine boosters he needed to collect his money. He wasn’t the only one: within one year, a vast majority of the population collected their $6,000.

So the $6,000 was conditional upon receiving the vaccine? Was there anyway around that?
 

Johnnyvee

Ostrich
Other Christian
I appreciate all the feedback so far. While I was working on it, I did have doubts if many people would even bother to read it because of its length.

You can download the article now in these formats:

PDF: https://www.rooshv.com/misc/Forecast_Of_The_End_Of_The_World_Roosh_Valizadeh.pdf
EPUB: https://www.rooshv.com/misc/Forecast_Of_The_End_Of_The_World_Roosh_Valizadeh.epub
MOBI: https://www.rooshv.com/misc/Forecast_Of_The_End_Of_The_World_Roosh_Valizadeh.mobi

Although I agreed with most things in the article, one thing I struggle to understand. If the police etc. are diminished as a force in society, who will then make people comply? There has to be violence and/or the threat of violence in order to make people comply with the measures as far as I can see. Even if you make it technically hard to enter a store etc. people will just steal if they get desperate enough.
 
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Mountaineer

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
Although I agreed with most things in the article, one thing I struggle to understand. If the police etc. are diminished as a force in society, who will then make people comply? There has to be violence and/or the threat of violence in order to make people comply with the measures as far as I can see. Even if you make it technically hard to enter a store etc, people will just steal if they get desperate enough.
That's where the Boston Dynamics T-1000 comes into play.
 

andy dufresne

Pelican
Other Christian
While I enjoyed the article I felt it was relentlessly black pilled.

I prefer to look at the world as we're on the dawn of the 'Beginning Times' and what we've lived through over the past 50-100 years is the end times.

I work in technology and understand how utterly fragile our electrical/communications infrastructure is. I've read somewhere that it would only take about 10 men to heavily damage a good chunk of this countries infrastructure. Not that I am remotely recommending anything of the sort. There goes that digital mark.

I believe what they are trying to do is create massive societal gridlock and slowly collapse the whole thing. This mark stuff is a red herring. Read 'The Machine Stops'.

Gotta try and keep that glass half full.
 

Good_Shepherd

Robin
Other Christian
I liked the part about the wars and the Christians moving to the mountains, the story of that lady, imagine if that lady had 3 babies and was on her period during her walk thats the reallity for a lot of us with families
 
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