1st May 2014

Their is an old saying we are “going to hell in a handbasket”


Blood red moons

It isn’t at all obvious why ‘handbasket’ was chosen as the preferred vehicle to convey people to hell. One theory on the origin of the phrase is that derives from the use of handbaskets in the guillotining method of capital punishment. If Hollywood films are to be believed, the decapitated heads were caught in baskets – the casualty presumably going straight to hell, without passing Go.

‘Going to hell in a handbasket’ seems to be just a colourful version of ‘going to hell’, in the same sense as ‘going to the dogs’.

Nevertheless the idiom holds true. The Mayan Calendar showed us we were entering from one era into a new period or age, we just didn’t see it.

Best selling author Thomas Horn had been wrestling with certain images and enigmatic information for years having to do with the beliefs of an Occult Elite pertaining to the return of a pagan deity, which they believe will rule a final earthly empire. The Bible identifies this personality as the Antichrist. But now things were making sense – world affairs, changes to U.S. domestic and foreign policy, a renewed focus on the Middle East, Israel, Iran, Iraq, Babylon. The words, deeds, gestures and coded language of the world’s most powerful menare clearly pointing to an ancient, prophetic, cryptic and even terrifying reality.

The power at work behind global affairs is hurriedly aligning for a New Order from Chaos.

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The Giants have always been here, the young girl says?

A trident /ˈtrdənt/ is a three-pronged spear. It is used for spear fishing and historically as a polearm. The trident is the weapon of Poseidon, or Neptune, the god of the sea in classical mythology. In Hindu mythology it is the weapon of Shiva, known as trishula (Sanskrit for “triple-spear”).

= The word “trident” comes from the French word trident, which in turn comes from the Latin word tridens or tridentis: tri “three” and dentes “teeth”. Sanskrit trishula is compound of tri त्रि “three” + ṣūla शूल “thorn”.

The Greek equivalent is τρίαινα (tríaina), from Proto-Greek trianja (threefold).

The trident in the Coat of Arms of Ukraine is known as Tryzub (Тризуб), the literal translation of “trident”.


Now here in 2014 we have the dawn of, and indeed the rising of the Anti Christ!