EMP Watch Alert


febcme_sohoc2_bigThis is a confirmation of what I was told early this morning.


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~ by Marianne on January 12, 2017.

34 Responses to “EMP Watch Alert”

  1. YES- Everyone is feeling it
    The Sonar Attacks on me have increased because I’m now known on Island for standing up for sound Doctrine & NOT being in FEAR= One Bus Driver-said I was a Tough Cookie-(Now even the Police know about these Bizarre Attacks- esp when my Arm got fractured)
    More & More this season acknowledged the TRUTH of Sound Doctrine * Finally included Chanukah & Bk of John
    Before anything JEWISH was looked down on or they pretended they knew nothing about t?
    3 Believers at Hospital let me know Secretly they were part of the Tribe
    Satan knows that he has little time left & He’s been attacking right & Left
    It has been exactly 18 yrs for me since Rosh 1999-when the Lord told me to look up- that He was Coming Soon
    WE ALL need to be REPENTING & Praying that G-d spare His People Israel from Destruction & THe Church needs to repent of their LOVE waxing Cold- NOT taking Care of Women Laborers in HIM & Greed/Worldliness


  2. Btw Marianne. i was correst about Thomas jefferson and otehr founding fathers not being Christian. Treaty of Peace and Friendship, Signed at Tripoli November 4, 1796:

    Article 11: “As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion,-as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen,-and as the said States never have entered into any war or act of hostility against any Mehomitan nation, it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from religious opinions shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.”

    • warlock

      in 1796, Adams was president, not jefferson, and there had been barbary coast wars with the muslims.

      muslims always broke treaties…the wording may have been the understanding at the time, or just a lie, to get the treaty signed.

      the muslims had been pirates against american vessels along the barbary coast, and were holding americans hostage for ransom, or made permanent slaves.

      so there was no harmony at all.

      jefferson was made president in 1801. immediately the muslim barbary pirates demanded $225,000 plus an annual tribute of $25,000. when jefferson refused, the pasha of tripoli declared war- the first war since the USA was in after becoming a nation. during this war, there were more captures of american vessels and 296 crewmen were held for $60,000 ransom and the USS Philadelphia was set on fire.

      there was a treaty but again in 1815, the second babary war began, as muslim pirates were capturing vessels again, and demanding tribute. there were several treaties, and all broken by the barbary pirates on the USA and any country that was considered to be a christian country.

      the only way to stop these attacks was to convince muslims the americans were not infidels worthy of being robbed.

      america such had a long history of being attacked and robbed by muslim ships , that muslims were not allowed into the country through the 1950s. they were considered enemies and terrorists.

      jefferson had a mixture of beliefs…deism, christianity ( his own version) and unitarianism. he attended church, supported the bible, and made donations to his local church.. so what he was is really debatable.

      • I am well aware of these factors, being of Moorish descent myself. However, this doesn’t deny the fact that according to treaty, the popular opinion at the time was that America was not a Christian nation

        • warlock

          the statement in the document was only for political purposes

          if there was a religion in america, it was christianity…part of our basic education system was to use the bible to teach children…and churches were everywhere… you cannot use just one source like that…you have to look at many



          Click to access THE-BIBLE-USE-IN-AMERICAN-SCHOOLS-1700-1900.pdf

          • Yes. Christians are expected to have a history of their religious practice wherever they go. Along with Muslims, Jews, and spiritualist. However, that doesn’t mean that Christian religious observances were the only religious practices going on at the time and the said treaty reveals this.

            • warlock

              christianity was the predominant religion, and so represented the majority of americans. there were a few jews and no muslims. and yes, there may have been a few “deists”

              again, article 11 is a lie, to avoid victimization by muslims.

              if I were to go to saudi arabia, and find 10 christian and a jew, that does not mean saudi arabia is NOT a muslim country…it is the predominance of one religion over others that defines the country

              • There were Muslims. Morocco was the first country to recognized the United States as a sovereign nation. Also in the Moroccan Treaty with the United States it makes provision for Moors living in the US. The Barbary Treaties 1786-1816
                Treaty with Morocco June 28 and July 15, 1786 Act Six, states:

                “If any Moor shall bring Citizens of the United States or their Effects to His Majesty, the Citizens shall immediately be set at Liberty and the Effects restored, and in like Manner, if any Moor not a Subject of these Dominions shall make Prize of any of the Citizens of America or their Effects and bring them into any of the Ports of His Majesty, they shall be immediately released, as they will then be considered as under His Majesty’s Protection. ”
                The earliest record of Moors comes out of South Carolina, 1753 where two Moors made a petition for their freedom in Arabic.


                • warlock

                  you are not winning your argument

                  just because 2 people allegedly wrote in arabic does not make them muslims. I know JEWS from Morocco.

                  I also know christians from Lebannon that write in arabic also.

                  if any blacks were over here at that time, they were slaves like all the others. black religion at the time was voodoo, not islam.

                  and you know and I know that a treaty, for muslims, is very breakable, and just a “cease fire” (hudna) while they regroup to attack again.

                  attacks from the barbary coast continued long after the worthless document you quote.

                  no one was practicing islam in america in the 1700s

        • https://www.history.org/almanack/places/hb/hbbruch.cfm

        • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_oldest_churches_in_the_United_States

        • warlock

          I know jefferson had a quran. but he was not a muslim.

          I have read parts of the quran also, but that does not make me a muslim either.

          Jefferson owned the quran to understand his enemy. He sent marines to capture Tripoli, led by commodores Edward Preble, John Rogers, and captain Eaton.

          The muslim’s terrorist attacks were stopped, giving rise to the marine anthem, “from the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli.”

          this was after the battle over the USS Philadelphia in 1803 being captured by muslim terrorists. Jefferson saw Islam as a threat, annoyance and a horror, due to the beheadings

          • I agree and disagree. Yes there has been a struggle between Christian and European powers for quite some time. However there are many European leaders who respected the faith. For example, Napolean Bonaparte, stated that “I hope the time is not far off when I shall be able to unite all the wise and educated men of all the countries and establish a uniform regime based on the principles of Quran which alone are true and which alone can lead men to happiness.” Bonaparte was one amongst many.

            • well, I understand your desire to put Islam in a better light. I have muslim friends who are nice people.

              • I do too. I’m not of Islamic faith, and in some aspects as a practitioner of Sumerian mysticism, I am sure I would be persecuted for my beliefs in these countries. However, i am also aware of the political influence and achievements of a great variety of peoples that is often slighted based on what the West’s agenda is at the present moment. . many blessings to you sister Marianne! I always learn something in our conversations

                • is that the same thing as bahai faith?

                  blessings to you as well, mr batman. 🙂

                  • No I was initiated as a priest of Enki ten years ago. Recently, I’ve come to practice some Onmyodo also. If I am not mistaken, you are evangical Christian, no?

                    • that is correct, but I do not see myself as “mainstream christianity” as I have some views that are a little different.

                      in the bible, when jesus was still here, the movement was called “the way.” that is what i follow

                      the current christianity is more romanized, and more gentile in perspective. my view is more jewish as in “the way.”

                      the gentile version has added concepts, that I do not have, and has abandoned some jewish concepts from the old testament, that I still follow.

                      to me, what you believe is so foreign to me, it is had to understand…there is a whole history that I am unfamiliar with…with all those unique names…like the two you mentioned

                      when I was in high school, I read a lot about “greek and roman mythology” so I have some appreciation for other systems of thought.

                      in each system, there is some truth to be appreciated…I think mankind strives to understand god, and creates different systems to reach that goal.

                    • Yes you are very open-minded person. i’ve always respect you on that. Let me ask you, have you ever explored Taoism? The reason i ask is because the Tao is translated as the “Way” in Chinese and many of its forerunners were said to be “flood” survivors.

            • warlock

              no I have not studied taoism

              but what you say is interesting as to similarity

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