1. Digging REALLY DEEP: “Good Omens”


Today I came across something truly DEMONIC. I sense an urgency to get the word out about this as concisely as I can, as soon as possible. It will likely be upsetting to just about any follower of Christ. It was VERY unsettling to me as I researched it.

On May 31, 2019, Amazon Prime will make available a new series of shows. The series is called “Good Omens,” named after a book called,

Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch

by Neil GaimanTerry Pratchett

LINK: https://goodomenslexicon.org/articles/agnes-nutter/

The Gaiman and Pratchett website is called THE GOOD OMENS LEXICON. It features articles and illustrations in a rather New Age manner, and I’m not into that sort of thing, so I apologize if I get terminology backwards or upside-down. With that said, here is a quote that appears in the footer of each page:

DISCLAIMER: All material related to Good Omens is the property of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. All original content, including the artwork, is the property of the Good Omens Lexicon and its contributors, and may not be reproduced without permission. The Good Omens Lexicon is a non-profit, fan-run site and has no affiliation with the authors or publishers.

And this is from the page titled, “Agnus Nutter” …

Agnes Nutter was a prophet who lived in England during the seventeenth century. She was the author of two volumes of predictions. ‘The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch’ was printed in 1655. In spite of the popularity of the topic at that time, it was the first book printed in England to be remaindered (36)….

‘The Nice and Accurate Prophecies’ was unique in that it contained only correct predictions, and accurately described the events leading to the Apocalypse (36). However, since Agnes recorded only those events which would affect her descendants, and because her descriptions were rather oblique, the prophecies were of limited value (186).

Agnes used her knowledge of the future to help prevent illness and to cure the sick (177). This brought her to the attention of the Witchfinder Army. She was already waiting for the crowd that arrived one night at her cottage, and cooperated when they took her to the village green to be burned at the stake. Less than a minute after the pyre was lit, the entire village was destroyed by an explosion. A note found later at her cottage revealed that Agnes had concealed eighty pounds of gunpowder and forty pounds of roofing nails in her petticoats (165).

After her death, Agnes’s copy of ‘The Nice and Accurate Prophecies’ was sent to her son. The copy of the manuscript was delivered to a legal clerk, who passed it along to his successors until the time Agnes appointed it should be given to Anathema Device, one of her descendents (332).

The last known copy of ‘The Nice and Accurate Prophecies’ vanished …

Edition referenced in this article: UK Gollancz hardcover (2007)

I had no knowledge of this when I came across a post on Twitter that looked interesting, so I watched the video, with features The Chattering Order of St. Beryl (@chattering_nuns)

“This unholy a cappella tribute was written to remember and celebrate the moment when The Chattering Order of St Beryl realized their true purpose, to switch the new born baby Antichrist with the baby of an American Ambassador. Armed with privilege and education, he would be protected.”

 (Prepare yourself.)

I’m not a detail oriented person, so I didn’t catch the Illuminati symbolism until people started taking about it in the tweets that posted below the video. While many of the umpteen tweeters were saying that they could only watch the first few moments — due to their sensitive Christian natures — I went back through it again, pausing every time I recognized something that could be linked to the Illuminati and the global Deep State. 

Here are a few “highlights” …

  • The location is England, where the Illuminati came into existence.
  • “The coming of our lord” — Antichrist.
  • His appearance is handsome, but “evil will emerge.”
  • The melody of the song is the original “Battle Hymn of the Republic.”
  • Look for the ping pong paddles. This is in reference to Sonic Ping Pong Pizza in New York City. It will be coming out that this establishment is guilty of child sex trafficking.
  • “He’ll be raised Americano” a son of privilege who is adept at manipulation, Description mimics what many prophecy buffs believe.  “Master Crowley brought the baby “to the nuns. … “Aleister Crowley was the Master Satanist of the 20th Century. The hierarchy of the Secret-Societies have been deeply involved in the Black-Occult since they have existed.
  • “666 etched neatly behind his ear”
  • “Dark Lord we’ll do our best.”
  • The nuns are wearing symbols in some of the groupings, but I can’t see what the details.
  • “His eyes are lit with fire like the future of his foes.”

Having studied Bible prophecy for over 20 years — not my idea, mind you — I recognize what the enemy is trying to accomplish. Whoever watches these shows will do so with the hope of being entertained. As with so many Hollywood movies since they beginning of their existence, the Deep State uses these features as a tool to make people think that they are watching PURE FICTION, when much of what we have been viewing in laced with “unbelievable truth.”

As May 31st approaches, we can be sure that preparations are being made in the spiritual realms to harvest souls — some for God, others for Lucifer.

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When someone tells you to consult mediums and spiritists, who whisper and mutter, should not a people inquire of their God? Why consult the dead on behalf of the living? Consult God’s instruction and the testimony of warning. If anyone does not speak according to this word, they have no light of dawn.

(Isaiah 8:19-20)