I t is my belief that this is what will happen in the near future! I am not saying that I am a prophet, because I am not! But this is the end time and these two people fit the picture I see in Revelation thirteen. You can disagree with me if you choose but after much study I am convinced that by the year 2030 we will see an end to the world as we know it! Not the end of the world but the return of the Lord Jesus Christ! That means a seven year period of the Great Tribulation will start soon. I expect total destruction of America and much of the world. The Rapture of the church will happen prior to Revelation chapter 13!!!
Revelation 13: 1
(1) And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.
Emmanuel Macron has the Jewish ancestry, a family name that goes all the way back to the kingdom the prophet Daniel saw in his visions, a really weird childhood story, and a connection to the ancient kingdom of Assyria that should astound you.
“O Assyrian, the rod of mine anger, and the staff in their hand is mine indignation.” Isaiah 10:5 (KJB)
“He shall enter peaceably even upon the fattest places of the province; and he shall do that which his fathers have not done, nor his fathers’ fathers; he shall scatter among them the prey, and spoil, and riches: yea, and he shall forecast his devices against the strong holds, even for a time.” Daniel 11:24 (KJB)
“Woe to the idol shepherd that leaveth the flock! the sword shall be upon his arm, and upon his right eye: his arm shall be clean dried up, and his right eye shall be utterly darkened.” Zechariah 11:17 (KJB)
By the time you are done reading this, if you are an intellectually honest person who is also biblically saavy, you will come to a very specific conclusion that this man fits the profile laid out in the pages of the Bible!
First lets examine his name!
Emmanuel Macron comes from a family that is not religious. Yet he has a name that means: God with us, peaceful ruler and a mark. His full name is Emmanuel Jean Michel Frederic Macrom.
(1) Emmanuel – meaning ‘God with us’
(2) Jean – meaning ‘the Lord is gracious’
(3) Michel – meaning ‘who is like God?’
(4) Frederic – ‘peaceful ruler’
(5) Macron – meaning ‘ short, straight, horizontal mark’
Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron was born on December 21, 1977, in Amiens, France.
The Jewish Roots
Going back through the family tree of Emmanuel Macron to the 6th and 7th generation in the early 1700’s we find multiple references to the Hesse family, named Marguerite, Louis and Jacques Hesse. The Hesse side of the family roots are of German Jewish ancestry as you will see here in the Hesse family coat of arms.
The Jewish Forefathers of the Hesse family In The Emmanuel Macron Lineage
Meet Ptolemy Dorymenes Macron, The Jew-Hating General of King Antiochus of Syria
The prophet Daniel had visions, and in chapter 11 of his book, Daniel see the kings of the North and South, we know them as the Seleucid and Ptolemy dynasties. Daniel shows us the rise and rule of Antiochus IV Epiphanies, the Seleucid king who reigned from 176-164 BC. There was a general of King Antiochus of Syria named Ptolemy Dorymenes who was given the cognomen, or third name of MACRON. (At this point, how much more do you really need to come to a conclusion? No worries, there’s a lot more!)
“And the king of the south shall be strong, and one of his princes; and he shall be strong above him, and have dominion; his dominion shall be a great dominion. And in the end of years they shall join themselves together; for the king’s daughter of the south shall come to the king of the north to make an agreement: but she shall not retain the power of the arm; neither shall he stand, nor his arm: but she shall be given up, and they that brought her, and he that begat her, and he that strengthened her in these times.” Daniel 11:5,6 (KJB)
This man called Macron is known to us through history as Ptolemy Macron and is listed in the history of the Maccabees. Macron was the enemy of the Jewish people as we see here:
GENERAL OF KING ANTIOCHUS EPIPHANES OF SYRIA; SENT BY THE PREFECT LYSINS WITH TWO OTHER GENERALS, NICANOR AND GORGIAS, TO FIGHT AGAINST THE JEWS UNDER THE MACCABEES. IN I MACC. III. 38, II MACC. IV. 45, AND IN JOSEPHUS, “ANT.” XII. 7, § 3, HE IS CALLED THE SON OF DORYMENES. IN THE SECOND PASSAGE CITED IT IS RELATED THAT MENELAUS SENT HIM MANY PRESENTS TO SECURE HIS INTERCESSION WITH THE KING. THAT FACT ALONE WOULD SHOW THAT PTOLEMY WAS A MAN OF HIGHER RANK, AND IN II MACC. VIII. 8-11 HE IS CALLED GOVERNOR OF CŒLE-SYRIA AND PHENICIA, WHO AS SUCH SENT NICANOR AND GORGIAS AGAINST THE JEWS. PTOLEMY IS GIVEN THE COGNOMEN “MACRON” IN II MACC. X. 12, WHICH SUPPLIES A SHORT SKETCH OF HIS LIFE. HE FAITHLESSLY ABANDONED CYPRUS, WHICH HAD BEEN ENTRUSTED TO HIM BY THE EGYPTIAN KING PTOLEMY PHILOMETOR, AND WENT OVER TO ANTIOCHUS EPIPHANES, FOR WHICH HE WAS REWARDED WITH THE GOVERNORSHIP OF CŒLE-SYRIA AND PHENICIA. SINCE HE TRIED, HOWEVER, TO TREAT THE JEWS KINDLY, HE WAS DENOUNCED BEFORE THE KING, WHEREUPON HE ENDED HIS LIFE BY POISON. THE PASSAGE IN POLYBIUS (XXVII. 12) AND THE BIOGRAPHY WHICH SUIDAS GIVES OF PTOLEMY REFER TO HIS CONDUCT IN CYPRUS. SOURCE
So now that we see that there was a Macron, a Roman appointed surname, a general who hated the Jews, could that possibly explain Emmanuel Macron’s very odd comments 8 weeks after his landslide political victory where he declared his desire to ‘rule France like a Roman god‘? If you don’t recall this mind-numbing moment at the beginning of Macron’s presidentcy, please click the link below to have your memory refreshed.SHOCK AS FRENCH PRESIDENT EMMANUEL MACRON DECLARES HE WILL RULE FRANCE LIKE THE ROMAN GOD JUPITER
Emmanuel Macron’s The Assyrian
Our first story here shows how French President Emmanuel Macron inserted himself into a conversation about Assyrian artifacts that were stored in England. For some strange, unexplained reason Macron worked and negotiated for them to be returned to the site of Nineveh located in modern-day Iraq. Macron was very concerned that these Assyrian treasure were returned to their original site. Why the president of France would get involved is anyone’s guess.
FROM THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: The University of Mosul in Iraq has recently become home to two very special arrivals. Joining about 30,000 undergraduates and more than 4,000 academic staff are a pair of impressive statues, standing more than four metres tall on either side of the entrance to the main student building. The lamassu statues are exact replicas of two originals held at the British Museum in London, where they were taken by the archaeologist and historian Sir Austen Henry Layard in 1850. But long before Layard’s intervention, they stood guard at the gates of the Assyrian city of Nineveh. Between 705–681 BCE, Nineveh was transformed by Assyrian King Sennacherib into a grand metropolis, dominated by a palace flanked by lamassu statues. Part human, part animal, and carved from limestone or gypsum, lamassu were an important part of Assyrian culture. Of course, the replicas are just that, with the originals housed far from their birthplace. Tensions around housing of historical artifacts in foreign museums raise complicated questions about ownership. Consider, for example, a report commissioned last year by French President Emmanuel Macron, which recommended that art taken from sub-Saharan Africa be permanently returned. READ MORE
This second story about Macron has an ancient New Age twist to it, but again it links Macon with the ancient Assyrian empire. Here we will see a woman who used the Assyrian method of divination called extispicy to correctly predict Macron’s unprecedented victory in 2017, a victory you will recall Emmanuel Macron won by 66.06%.
FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD: Dr Selena Wisnom has brought her Assyrian research to the wider world. Based at Queen’s College as a Junior Research Fellow with the interdisciplinary Workshop on Manuscripts and Text Cultures, Wisnom specialises in Assyrian literature about omens. A favoured method of divination was extispicy – using sheep guts. To determine why the culture associated certain omens with certain outcomes, Wisnom argues that reading the literature is not enough. ‘There are all kinds of things you can understand better if you try it than if you just read about it,’ she says – an assertion that any teacher of ovine anatomy would second. She chose political prediction because in Assyria divination was a vital political tool. ‘They would ask things like, “Is there going to be a rebellion in the south? Is the chief eunuch going to take the throne?” She performed the extispicy (from photographs rather than actual innards) on radio, and followed it up by correctly predicting the Macron victory in France – ‘a 100% success rate so far’, she laughs. READ MORE
Now I understand that these are anecdotal stories, but man oh man, they are Assyrian anecdotal stories! How many ancient Assyrian anecdotal stories could be told about your life?
Emmanuel Macron’s Ties To The Global Elites Others noticed at an early age something was different about him. One of his classmates Antoine Marguet from the private Jesuit school he attended said “”Emmanuel Macron has always been different, at an age when most people only watch TV, he just reads. He was the teacher’s equal in some ways, an Olympic intelligence that was further, higher, and faster. Everyone who came across him knew at the time that he was someone extraordinary – that he was different.”
Hmm…from there young Emmanuel would go on to marry his drama teacher who was a quarter century older than him. Brigitte Trogneux, his drama teacher, said of him, “He wasn’t like the others, he wasn’t a teenager. He had a relationship with equals, with other adults.” Hmm again. So they got married and by the age of 30, where was Emmanuel Macron working? Exactly where you’d expect him to be working, as an investment banker at Rothschild & Co. He makes all the right connections with the Rothchilds, and soon becomes the deputy secretary general of France under President Hollande. What the…???? What that fast, or what? But it gets faster yet.
In 2014, Emmanuel Macron was invited by Henry Kissinger to the Bilderberg conference in Copenhagen. A globalist elite meeting with the worlds’ wealthiest most powerful individuals. One of the topics to be discussed was, What’s next for Europe. Was this what set in motion Macron’s political future?
In April of 2016, he gathered with guests in his hometown exactly one year before the election to announce his new political movement, En Marche! (On The Move) One guest said of the event “It felt like being at a wedding, a small room, emotion, a speech. In fact it was a birth.” It was the most rapid political coming-of-age France had ever seen.
In 2017 at age 39, Macron becomes the youngest head of state in French history, and an international star. Winning 66.06% of the vote caused Christine Boutin, the president of the Christian Democratic party, to speculate if Macron’s election was the work of Satan. He chose the front of the Louvre to give his acceptance speech, with the glass pyramid in the background. The triangular shape behind him had some speculating about his intentions to have an all-seeing eye Illuminati symbol as his backdrop. He stated he will govern like the Roman god Jupiter, the king of the gods in Roman mythology. His march to the podium to give his victory address had an interesting choice of music, “Ode to Joy”, which has worldwide significance. It was adopted as the EU’s anthem in 1985 after being used by the European Council. The choice of this song was an immense symbol. The Hymn of Joy or Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee, is a worship hymn that when used anywhere other than during worship for some is offensive.
Revelation 13: 11
(11) And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church in March 2013, becoming Pope Francis. He is the first pope from the Americas.
Who Is Pope Francis?
Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis on March 13, 2013, when he was named the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church. Bergoglio, the first pope from the Americas, took his papal title after St. Francis of Assisi of Italy. Prior to his election as pope, Bergoglio served as archbishop of Buenos Aires from 1998 to 2013 (succeeding Antonio Quarracino), as cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church of Argentina from 2001 to 2013, and as president of the Bishops’ Conference of Argentina from 2005 to 2011. Named Person of the Year by Time magazine in 2013, Pope Francis has embarked on a tenure characterized by humility and outspoken support of the world’s poor and marginalized people and has been involved actively in areas of political diplomacy and environmental advocacy.
Early Life and Education
Bergoglio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on December 17, 1936, to Italian immigrants. As a young man, Bergoglio underwent surgery to remove part of one of his lungs due to a serious infection. He graduated from a technical school as a chemical technician before beginning training at the Diocesan Seminary of Villa Devoto. In March 1958, he entered the novitiate of the Society of Jesus.
Bergoglio taught literature and psychology at Immaculate Conception College in Santa Fé in 1964 and 1965 and also taught the same subjects at the Colegio del Salvatore in Buenos Aires in 1966. He studied theology and received a degree from the Colegio of San José from 1967 to 1970, and finished his doctoral thesis in theology in Freiburg, Germany in 1986.
Ordained as a priest in December 1969, Bergoglio began serving as Jesuit provincial of Argentina in 1973. He has said that initially, his mother did not support his decision to enter the priesthood, despite the fact that she was a devout Catholic. By the time he was ordained, however, she accepted his calling and asked for his blessing at the end of his ordination ceremony. He later returned to his alma mater, the Colegio of San José, where he served as rector (1980-86) as well as a professor of theology.
On May 20, 1992, Bergoglio was named titular bishop of Auca and auxiliary of Buenos Aires; he was ordained into that post a week later. In February 1998, he became archbishop of Buenos Aires, succeeding Antonio Quarracino. Three years later, in February 2001, he was elevated to cardinal by Pope John Paul II, named the cardinal-priest of Saint Robert Bellarmino. In 2005, he was named president of the Bishops’ Conference of Argentina, serving in that position until 2011.
After Pope John Paul II’s death in April 2005, Bergoglio reportedly received the second-most votes in the 2005 papal conclave; Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger) was chosen as Pope John Paul’s successor.
On March 13, 2013, at the age of 76, Bergoglio was named the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church — becoming the first citizen from the Americas, the first non-European and first Jesuit priest to be named pope, and adopting the name Pope Francis (he took the title after St. Francis of Assisi of Italy). Prior to the 2013 papal conclave, Pope Francis had served as both archbishop and cardinal for more than 12 years.
The tone of his papacy, which has become admired globally, was established long before his elevation to the church’s highest position; however, when he was named to that post, the media quickly picked up on stories of his humility. News circulated about the fact that he returned to the boarding house where he had been staying to pay his bill personally, rather than send an assistant, and that he would choose to live in a simple two-room apartment rather than the luxurious papal accommodations in the Vatican’s Apostolic Palace. In choosing to live more simply, Pope Francis broke a tradition that had been upheld by popes for more than a century.
Addressing a crowd of tens of thousands in St. Peter’s Square, in the Vatican City in Rome, Italy, after his selection by the conclave, Pope Francis stated, “As you know, the duty of the conclave was to appoint a bishop of Rome. It seems to me that my brother cardinals have chosen one who is from faraway. . . . Here I am. I would like to thank you for your embrace.”
After the results of the 2013 papal conclave were announced, U.S. President Barack Obama issued a statement about the new pope: “As the first pope from the Americas, his selection also speaks to the strength and vitality of a region that is increasingly shaping our world, and alongside millions of Hispanic Americans, those of us in the United States share the joy of this historic day.”