Posted by Jeffrey K Radt ("JRed") | Posted in America In Prophecy , European Union , False Christs , How Close Are We? , New World Order , One World Government , One World Religion , Political Signs , Spiritual Deception | Posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2009
This is absolutely stunning, and no doubt the type of entry that will leave some scratching their heads I'm sure.
Please let me just say in advance that I don't intentionally set out looking for 'conspiracies behind every bush' as they say. Often times I'll just be minding my own business when something will STAND OUT when I'm reading a news article or watching a TV program, and I can't help but feel compelled to share what comes to mind for all of you here to prayerfully consider.
Tonight was no exception. Have you seen Google's latest logo on their Search Page? To celebrate the 150th birthday of L.L. Zamenhof they're showing this image:
I wonder what criteria they use to determine the 'when' and 'what' of the types of things that they highlight to appear in a revised logo. After all, he's not exactly a household name and to celebrate what would've been the guy's 150th birthday seems a little strange, doesn't it?
That's why, whenever they put a new logo up there and call attention to something or someone in particular, I always take a moment to do some quick research to see if there's anything -- anything at all -- that might spark an interest to us students of end times Bible prophecy.
You know, the types of facts that might make us think twice about the motives behind a decision like this by Google (regardless of whether or not it's done consciously or sub-consciously following the promptings of some spiritual entity).
Sure enough, I found a couple of intriguing notes on this guy. Zamenhof was the inventor of 'Esperanto', a constructed language designed for international communication. The word esperanto means 'one who hopes' in the language itself. Zamenhof's goal was to create an easy and flexible language that would serve as a universal second language to foster peace and international understanding.
In other words, he believed in everything the globalists alive today are attempting to force upon the world, and he sounds like a guy that would've fit in quite nicely in Copenhagen, the European Union, and/or President Obama's administration.
However, the very first thing that jumped out at me was Esperanto's official symbol and flag. Aside from the fact that it features a green five-pointed star, I was more intrigued by their latest creation.
In 1987, a second flag design was chosen in a contest organized by the UEA celebrating the first centennial of the language. It featured a white background with two stylised curved 'E's facing each other. Dubbed the 'jubilea simbolo' ('jubilee symbol'):Of course, the word 'jubilee' calls to mind many things we know from the Bible. A Jubilee is a time of celebration or rejoicing. It is defined in Leviticus 25:9 as 'Yovel' in Hebrew, as the sabbatical year after 7 cycles of 7 years. The year of Jubilee is a special year for the remission of sins and universal pardon where debts are forgiven, slaves and prisoners freed, and the mercies of God would be particularly manifest. In the Old Testament Book of Leviticus, a Jubilee year is to occur every 50 years.
But after having just watched 'Knowing' again the other day, I instantly recalled the 'mysterious code' written as 'EE' by one of the main characters.
***SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT!***
Finally, near the end of the film we learn that 'EE' refers to 'Everyone Else' as in 'Everyone Else on the planet is going to die on this date...' I just wanted to make a note of that since we spend so much time looking at pop culture here.
There's also a few other Hollywood connections worth mentioning. Two full-length feature films have been produced with dialogue entirely in Esperanto: Angoroj (1964) and Incubus (1965). In Fritz Lang's classic Metropolis (1927), shop and road signs in Esperanto appear in many background scenes. A number of 'mainstream' films in national languages have used Esperanto in some way too, such as Gattaca (1997), in which Esperanto can be overheard on the public address system. Esperanto is also spoken and appears on signs in the film Blade: Trinity.
Anyone even vaguely familiar with the plots and symbolism contained in those films will marvel at the prophetic relevance.
What else? Esperanto has been placed in many proposed political situations. The most popular of these is the Europe – Democracy – Esperanto, which aims to establish Esperanto as the official language of the European Union. Maybe that will be their next concerted effort now that Europe has been forced to accept the terms of the Lisbon Treaty, and now that they have 'elected' the first EU President and EU Foreign Minister.
Let's just say I wouldn't be shocked if that were the case. The Europe-Democracy-Esperanto (EDE) political body solely exists to introduce Esperanto as the official language of the EU in order to promote linguistic unity in the Union. Apparently, they haven't been reading their Bible:
Genesis 11:1 (KJV) And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.
6 And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.
7 Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech.
8 So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.
9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the LORD scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth.
Yet, I want to wrap up this piece by looking at another prophetically relevant fact about Esperanto. Esperanto has served an important role in several religions, such as 'Oomoto' from Japan, which encourages the use of Esperanto among its followers and includes Zamenhof as one of its deified spirits.
In fact, if you take the time to read up on this religion that was founded in 1892, then you'll definitely notice the striking parallels to everything we keep hearing from Share International and Maitreya's people. What makes that point fascinating is that here we have an Asian religion that echoes Maitreya's movement, and we discover this only a few days after hearing Benjamin Creme tell the world in a live radio interview that: 'He's living in the London and Asian community in London and has since 1977...'
My favorite discovery about the Esperanto-Oomoto link though was that at present time, the movement has its headquarters at Kyoto Prefecture, which should instantly make us think of the Kyoto Protocol that's being negotiated at the Copenhagen Summit as I type this.
Still, it was this last bit of information I learned that sealed the deal for me that this is somehow prophetically relevant (if the previous info presented wasn't enough to get you thinking).
The Bahá'í Faith encourages the use of an auxiliary international language. While endorsing no specific language, some Bahá'ís see Esperanto as having great potential in this role. Lidja Zamenhof, the daughter of Esperanto founder L. L. Zamenhof, became a Bahá'í herself. Despite the lack of an official endorsement, various volumes of the Bahá'í literatures and other Baha'i books have been translated into Esperanto.
Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran called on Muslims to learn Esperanto and praised its use as a medium for better understanding among peoples of different religious backgrounds. After he suggested that Esperanto replace English as an international 'lingua franca', it began to be used in the seminaries of Qom. An Esperanto translation of the Qur'an was published by the state shortly thereafter. It wasn't until 1981 when Khomeini and the Iranian government began to oppose Esperanto after realizing that followers of the Bahá'í Faith were interested in it.
Ok, hopefully, that finally got your attention that there's a definite spiritual element involved in this and that this whole Google logo business is simply another case of 'spiritual juxtaposition/spiritual convergence' that we're seeing more and more of all around us these days.
In the slight chance that you're still not convinced that this is proof that the fulfillment of end times prophecy is closer than ever (due to the fact that this proves that a One World Government system is extremely close complete with a One World Religion and One World Everything Else), then I ask you to consider the prophetic implications of Rome's use of Esperanto.
That's right! Two Roman Catholic Popes, John Paul II and Benedict XVI, have regularly used Esperanto in their multilingual urbi et orbi blessings at Christmas and Easter each year since Easter 1994.