The National Day of Prayer – Another example of government intervention.

Posted: May 13, 2010 in Christianity, Conspiracy Theory, Politics
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Americans and christian Americans alike were dismayed when President Obama cancelled the National Day of Prayer.  I would imagine those who are not  christian or attend church infrequently were shocked.  Opponents of the President’s decision have criticized him saying that it is evidence that the United States is making a dramatic shift from the christian faith, and that President Obama is Muslim.

Is this a dramatic shift from the faith?  Is the President a Muslim?  Are Americans shocked and amazed because this is something out of the ordinary, a change, if you will?  Or is this another example of government intervention?  A classic example of people needing government to make themselves feel better about something.

In God We Trust?

In God We Trust is the official motto of the United States and even though it was used during the civil war, it wasn’t added to U.S. currency until 1956.  It is my affirmation that the In God We Trust is a benevolent psychological operation run by the Federal Reserve to obscure its secrecy, corruption, and plans for a one-world currency.

As I covered in an earlier post Spongebob and Freemasonry – Is there a connection?, the Great Seal of the United States is everything but Christian.  The Egyptian pyramid, the elevated emblazoned capstone along with the words Novus Ordo Seclorum (New Order of the Ages), along with the words of In God We Trust, to me, is a little bit of a double standard.

Here is a little history of the National Day of Prayer as written by Wikipedia:

There had been at least two individual (i.e. single-day) national days of prayer in U.S. history before the day was made an official annual day of observance in 1952. Prior to the nation’s founding, the Continental Congress issued a proclamation recommending “a day of publick [sic] humiliation, fasting, and prayer” be observed on July 20, 1775.[3] During the Quasi-War with France, President John Adams declared May 9, 1798 as “a day of solemn humiliation, fasting, and prayer,” during which citizens of all faiths were asked to pray “that our country may be protected from all the dangers which threaten it”.[4] On March 30, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation expressing the idea “that the awful calamity of civil war, which now desolates the land, may be but a punishment, inflicted upon us, for our presumptuous sins”, and designated the day of April 30, 1863 as a day of “national humiliation, fasting and prayer” in the hope that God would respond by restoring “our now divided and suffering Country, to its former happy condition of unity and peace”. He went on to say, “…it is the duty of nations as well as of men, to own their dependence upon the overruling power of God, to confess their sins and transgressions, in humble sorrow, yet with assured hope that genuine repentance will lead to mercy and pardon; and to recognize the sublime truth, announced in the Holy Scriptures and proven by all history, that those nations only are blessed whose God is the Lord.”[5][6]

More recently, the idea of an annual National Day of Prayer was introduced by the Rev. Billy Graham, who suggested it in the midst of a several-weeks crusade in the nation’s capitol. Members of the House and Senate introduced a joint resolution for an annual National Day of Prayer, “on which the people of the United States may turn to God in prayer and meditation at churches, in groups, and as individuals.”[

The Pentagon, Pentagram, and the Obelisk…

This an entirely different subject, but you will get my point shortly.  The Washington Monument is an Egyptian obelisk built by Freemasons, and for a Freemason.  It is not a Christian symbol.  Also, notably an obelisk appears in the courtyard of the Vatican.

The Pentagon is the inner circle of a Pentagram.  With the way that the Pentagon is placed on its seal, if you were to put the points on it, two would face up, and one would face down.  This style of pentagram is used by Satanists as a way of channeling evil spirits.

Now this is a big bomb breaker.  Washington D.C. was laid out by a Freemason, and in the road work of our nations capitol is a pentagram (see picture to the right).  Why is this so important?  Because it contradicts all of the governments attempts to support the Christian faith.

Look to the left and you will see and owl in the layout of Washington D.C.  The Owl is a bird of wisdon and knowledge, can see very well in the night, and is a silent predator.  The owl, as mentioned, has been used in occultic ceremonies, as in the Bohemian Grove.  A secret society privileged to those of fortune, politicians, heads of state, and company executives.

There is a small owl just to the left of the “1” which appears on the upper right hand corner of the Dollar Bill. But what does the owl symbolize? The owl is a symbol of wisdom. Owls can see in the dark. They can see what we cannot see. Likewise, members of the Illuminati are privileged to information that is hidden from the general public.

The owl is a nocturnal bird of prey with strong talons. The owl has been associated with wisdom, books, Occult knowledge, shamanism and other spiritual matters. As mentioned, the owl is a bird of the night, so an association with the moon is also suggested. They have short tail feathers and are silent in flight, stealth like. They seem curious about things but are happy to sit and wait until the time is right to obtain their goals (catch or conquer their prey). 

The demon goddess Lilith is represented throughout history as an owl. A study of the demon goddess of Lilith will reveal the dark secrets behind the owl of Bohemian grove.

Conclusion…

My point is simple; while government likes to tide on the coattails of the Christian faith, the history of this nation and the back alleys of power in Washington tell a different story.

What would happen if mottos like In God We Trust and the National Day of Prayer were no longer supported by the government, would the people turn to God?  Or would we still look to government as the answer to all things, including religion.

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