Prophetic Times

Source: Orthodox England

November 30, 2015

    

The shooting down of an anti-terrorist Russian aeroplane by Turkey’s anti-Kurdish, NATO-run forces has implications far beyond the obvious one – that it was preventing IS from selling cheap oil to Turkey’s corrupt businessmen-politicians and therefore had to be destroyed.

First of all, it reminds us that Western secularism has always allied itself with militant Islam against Holy Rus. It was thus in the thirteenth century when St Alexander Nevsky fought simultaneously against the Teutonic Knights, who stabbed Christian Russia in the back while it was already fighting the Mongol Tartars from the East. It was thus in the nineteenth century when Imperial Britain fought against the liberation of the Balkan Christians by Russia, and allied itself with the Muslim Ottoman oppressors.

It was thus in 1915 when German’s ally, Turkey, massacred a million Armenians, who had been protected by Russia alone. It was thus in the 1970s when the US and the UK allowed Turkey to invade and occupy northern Cyprus, wrecking its Christian shrines. It was thus in the 1980s when the CIA created, funded, trained and armed Al-Qaida in Afghanistan and in the 1990s when its Western-funded and protected offshoots fought Serbia in the Balkans and Russia in the Caucasus. It is thus today in Libya and Syria. Western secularism and Islamic fundamentalism are simply the two sides of the selfsame coin.

Secondly, it reminds us of the prophecies of the saints, of St Cosmas of Aitolia and, more recently, of St Paisius the Athonite (+ 1994), who foresaw war between Russia and Turkey, the Russian liberation of Constantinople from its physical enemies and also from internal enemies who, though Orthodox in name, are in fact apostates from the Faith, being rather paid agents of the Washington-Vatican axis. These prophecies speak of bloodshed, of a third of Turks converted to Orthodoxy, a third being driven away to Mesopotamia and a third dying.

Thirdly, it reminds us that Eden, Paradise, was ‘in the east’, somewhere in Mesopotamia, and that anti-Eden, anti-Paradise, is also in the east, in today’s blood-drenched Iraqi Mesopotamia. It reminds us that the war that is going on in western Syria, created by the West, is dangerously close to the place in occupied Palestine called Armageddon and that the war that is continuing there is a war against those who hate Christ and His teachings, including those who are planning to rebuild the Temple on Zion, ready for the enthronement of their master Antichrist.

The consequences are far-reaching. The Church meeting that the US-guided Phanariots want for next year may now not happen. How can Russian delegates even enter Turkey? Does this mean that the Russian Church will hold a real Council for all free Orthodox? The situation in the Ukraine, on the northern shores of the Black Sea just across from Turkey is also concerned. The CIA-installed and funded junta in Kiev looks ever more discredited, as it welcomes the illegal Turkish aggression, but it is also fragile and bankrupt. How can the weak Western world still support the junta when isolated Western Europe is faced by mass Muslim invasion and the isolated USA by the joint might of Russia, China and India?

Today the minority of Orthodox, for so long undecided and ambivalent on the fringes of the Church, as well as all others who call themselves Christians, are being asked to face reality and decide whom they support: the pro-Islamic Western elite and its bandit consumerism, or resurgent Holy Rus, the Christian Empire. No more so in the Paris Jurisdiction, whose Archbishop Job has just been removed. Those on the fringes can hesitate no longer. Are they Halfodox apostates from Orthodox Christianity, or are they patriots of the worldwide Holy Rus that is, by the grace of God, being born?

Today is the time of St John the Baptist. We are being called on to prepare the way for the enthronement of the new Emperor of the Christian Empire of Rus. He will be, by the grace and anointing of the Church, the only protector of Christians from those who are preparing the coming of Antichrist on Zion, even arranging in Paris the largest gathering of world leaders in history. Our destiny is to fight in the mystical battle against spiritual impurity and slander.

Last week I prayed in Odessa as a pilgrim at the grave of the humble Elder Jonah (+ 2012). Are his prophecies regarding the Ukraine and all Rus in 2016 to be realized? All depends on our repentance. All the fragments of Holy Rus, ‘the footstool of the Kingdom of Heaven’, in the words of St John of Kronstadt, are to be guarded, propagated and gathered together before the end. All Orthodox of all nationalities who know what is prophesied in the holy book of Esdras, the enthronement of the last Christian Emperor before the end, are to repent and show the way.

Comments
Mitred Protodeacon12/25/2015 2:32 am
"Orthodox England" is a work of fantasy and spite; it is not Orthodox in spirit and it is not in any way repesentative of English Orthodox Christians and the clergy who serve them.
Bertinos12/3/2015 2:02 pm
The Gates of Hell will not prevail over the Orthodox Church. Never. But they are trying. Before 1821 Russian Orthodoxy was more or less free, and Roman Orthodoxy (Greece, Romania, Bulgaria etc.) was enslaved. In 1821 this Romanity was divided, but gradually liberated until 1917-1921 marked the persecution of Orthodox Russia and the not yet liberated parts of the (Eastern) Roman Empire, forcing the enclosed Orthodox Churches to open up to the entire world. When Russian Orthodoxy was liberated in 1988-1991, it seemed that all Orthodox world was free again, but now Orthodox Greece is under double attack (by Atheists from Greece and abroad), and it seems the evil one is mainly aiming at Arab Orthodoxy (Patriarchates of Jerusalem and Antioch). As Christ told the Apostles: "Do not fear"! These words, repeated by Pope John Paul II tore down Polish Communist Terror.
Govan Tribble12/2/2015 10:02 pm
So inspiring & helpful for a recent convert from Protestantism.
Kuksha12/2/2015 4:33 am
Instead of instilling anything that could save the soul, the reader is bombarded with negativity and pessimism, and a barrage of conspiracy theories half-baked with a pinch of prophecy to make it seem legitimate. Nothing here is edifying, unless a person believes that fostering ill-will, anger and angst is conducive to salvation. I am surprised this article, which will do more to divide, was posted on this website.
Michael Aymie12/1/2015 10:00 pm
Maybe the attacks are not just against Russia, but against Orthodoxy. Don't forget the fourth Crusade.
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