Sunday, December 26, 2010

A Case for King Abdullah II as the Antichrist

His Majesty King Abdullah II is the 43rd generation direct descendant of the Prophet Mohammad and of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. This would mean that he has direct ancestral linkage to Abraham through Esau and Ishmael. It is at this point that provides merit and leads many people to believe that King Abdullah has the necessary ingredient to be linked to the creation of mankind, therefore tied to Satan’s efforts to thwart God’s plan from the beginning.

Based on the case built by, the west tends to believe King Abdullah is one of the good Arabs. Educated in the U.S. and at Oxford, he is charming, witty, and is frequently seen wearing European suits at the center of progressive global initiatives involving ecumenism, economic development and peace. His wife is an advocate for global education and for world leaders to fulfill their commitments towards the second Millennium Development Goals, Universal Primary Education. [1]

Some other important points from Jesus-is-the-Way:
  • The Bible says that the Antichrist will be from Assyria (Isaiah 10:12, 14:25), which in its heyday included the lands now under the control of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (Jordan’s people, incidentally, are genetically close to the Assyrians, according to a study by Stanford’s L.L. Cavalli-Sforza);
  • The “ten kings” in the Book of Revelations refer not to the nations of the European Union, but to a confederation of Middle Eastern sub-nations united in their desire to destroy Israel (in accordance with Psalms 83:1-5), many of which are now united under the umbrella of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan;
  • Abdullah’s British mother, Antoinette Gardiner, provides him with “Roman ancestry,” thus giving him the credentials for establishing a “Revived Roman Empire”;
  • As a so-called direct descendant of Muhammad, Abdullah is “looked upon by moderate Muslims as the al-Mahdi, the eschatological saviour to Islam” – a handy conflation of the Christian tradition of the antichrist with the Muslim tradition of the Mahdi;
  • In 1965, psychic Jeanne Dixon predicted a “child born somewhere in the Middle East on February 5, 1962 will revolutionize the world… and bring together all mankind in one all-embracing faith… a new Christianity… every sect and creed united through this man,” a description of an antichrist if ever an apocalyptic Christian has heard one. (Note: Astrologers cite the period around that date as “a very significant astrological event: a close grouping of seven planets in the sign of Aquarius, grouped within 17 degrees, at the same time as a solar eclipse.” And as astrologers like to say, it is appropriate to watch events unfold within a few days on either side of a solar eclipse to measure its effect – thus giving Abdullah’s birthdate of January 30, 1962 a possible identification with Dixon’s prediction.)
  • The fact that the Vatican announced a revision in the words of exorcism (eliminating references to a “Prince of Darkness” in favor of formulas referring to “causes of evil”) on the same day that Abdullah was named as his father’s successor (January 25, 1999);
  • The fact that Abdullah seems to be playing a role of increasing importance to the Middle East peace process, and in fact has been suggested as a possible new ruler for Iraq, post-Saddam Hussein. [2]
King Abdullah has warned Pres. Obama that the Mid-East progress needs to be made soon. [3]
Interests in Interfaith
The country of Jordan has been taking the message of religious peace and love to the whole world. They did so by initiating "World Interfaith Harmony Week," which will be held the first week of February each year," and was adopted by the United Nations in October 2010. [4] In a recent address at the European People’s Party (EPP) summit, delivered in the presence of 20 presidents and prime ministers, EU institution chiefs and opposition leaders, along with HRH Prince Ghazi, King Abdullah outlined Jordan’s efforts in interfaith dialogue, stressing the need for joint efforts to spread the values of peace and tolerance. [5] [6]

A Masonic Luciferian
Masonic handshake with former Prime Minister Ehud Barak of Israel
Luciferian devil horns
L.A. Marzulli speculates that King Abdullah II could offer part of his own country of Jordan as a Palestinian homeland as almost 75% of the Jordanian population is Palestinian. He then would create a new capital, with PETRO dollars and resurrect the ancient city of Babylon. Finally, because he has control of all of the Islamic holy sites, including Mecca and Medina and the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, he could allow the Jews to rebuild their third and last temple on the mount. [7]
If he is not the Antichrist, he will hold a prominent position in the world government. Come quickly Lord Jesus!