William Henry's Revelations
Wednesday August 1, 2012

Joseph Farrell Drops a Bombshell

"Let's look very carefully at the structure of prophetic revelations in the New Testament, the Old Testament and the Koran," suggests Joseph Farrell. And that's just what he does, pointing out that these messages from higher beings are consistent across cultures and over time. This consistency is so exact that it is difficult to believe that there is not a single POLICY behind them all. He asks the question: "Would they look at the systems that have developed out of their words as something good for mankind?"
Or is their policy, instead, to sow chaos and to derail human society?

Joseph Farrell at his riveting best!

Joseph's website is GizaDeathStar.com.

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Interesting show. I run into people constantly who assume because I'm not Christian, or a member of any organized religion, that I don't believe in God. They just can't wrap their heads around the idea that I don't need someone else to define God for me.

The question I always ask is why they would accept someone else's word, written or spoken, as the answer for something that is ultimately the only real thing we have: The ability to decide for ourselves what or who God is. It's a gift, really, and why would one want to throw that away?

You just hit the nail on the head.
It's the difference between using "free will" or having to "follow orders".

My only explanation is that it must become so engrained in them as children by family and their communities that they just can't quite shake it off, even when they know it doesn't make sense.

"Well, God works in mysterious ways," is always the go-to phrase. But the funny thing is, religion has taken most of the real mystery out of it. There's no room to wonder at what it's really all about. And that's a shame, because that's the exciting part about life: not knowing all the answers. Yes, it can be scary, but only if, on a deep level, one feels he or she has no real connection with the creator.

:)

i agree with the above comments. in my opinion faith is between the Creator and yourself. i always enjoy both the hosts and guests on unknown country's shows. i always learn something new sometimes a lot of knowledge in fact i can feel my mind expanding now.

i agree with the above comments. in my opinion faith is between the Creator and yourself. i always enjoy both the hosts and guests on unknown country's shows. i always learn something new sometimes a lot of knowledge in fact i can feel my mind expanding now.

i agree with the above comments. in my opinion faith is between the Creator and yourself. i always enjoy both the hosts and guests on unknown country's shows. i always learn something new sometimes a lot of knowledge in fact i can feel my mind expanding now.

As I listened to the interview with Joseph Farrell (which was MOST EXCELLENT) my ear caught his comment about the Nephilim (gigantic men from ancient times/biblical; I am thinking he said it in jest). You William made a comment about the opening ceremony at the LONDON 2012 Olympics as being a fizzle. I only want to make two comments.

That giant baby shown at the end of the nurse and health care segment immediately caught my attention. So many things, I believe, have layered meanings with each individual viewing things and understanding in his/her own special way. What I saw was a Giant Nephilim Baby, not to cute but making its presence felt in a BIG way.

THEN, there are the glowing bird wings on the backs of the men riding bicycles; I think they were created to look like the cover of a music CD??? Bob Costas commented on the flying winged man as looking like the E.T. crossing the moon from the movie.....E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E.T._the_Extra-Terrestrial

The message for me is…..a glowing winged human has been transfigured to become a radiant being. He is then riding on the road home.

There might have been more but these are the two things that I connected with.

http://movieline.com/2012/07/27/2012-olympics-opening-ceremony-photos-da...

I posted on Facebook before I saw this comment section. In this interview with Joseph Farrell I finally can clearly see and finally articulate the psychological process that I endured on leaving Jehovah Witnesses after 20 odd years and hence Christianity.

interesting

Did anyone notice in the Olympics opening ceremony how they treated the Industrial Revolution? The business leaders in top hats, smoking cigars and acting rather smug (Great acting Kenneth Branagh!)

I had dropped out of formal religion by the time I was about 12 years old, and one of my Sunday school teachers even asked me to transfer to another class for those a little older than me because he confessed he was not comfortable with my questions. I transferred to the other class, but found the same problems, and no answers to my questions. I finally decided to search for them on my own. I have never regretted it.

The biggest problem that I have with faith is that faith answers no questions; yet, it prevents me from asking them.

Thank you Joseph for a great interview and insight. As for the 3 religions, I have always viewed the muslim and christian religions as sects of the judaic religion, that is the root of it, worshiping Yaweh. I am often amazed at how easily people, seemingly intelligent people are dupped into being hateful to people they don't know anythiing about because someone said their religion tells them to. Now, very interestingly I see the U.S. media setting up the christian population to be hated the same way they set up the muslim population 11 years ago. (something that seemed to me to take a decade to accomplish with the help of a terrorist act)

But it was easier this time, all they had to do was air a snippit of a known religious bigot's speech to his Baptist convention; then pretend like all of the 'support' his company got was about supporting christian family values, when in fact a lot of people stood up to defend free speech. We are a weak minded people to be easily manipulated by our fears and insecurities. Those of us who see what is happening are villified for pointing it out which then can, if we are not vigilant, put us in the same position of fighting a senseless war of words and emotion.

The timing of it makes me think that people didn't buy the olympic predictions so there had to be some other distraction and imaginary scism to keep us upset and at ods with each other. It is all connected somehow.

Thank you Joseph for a great interview and insight. As for the 3 religions, I have always viewed the muslim and christian religions as sects of the judaic religion, that is the root of it, worshiping Yaweh. I am often amazed at how easily people, seemingly intelligent people are dupped into being hateful to people they don't know anythiing about because someone said their religion tells them to. Now, very interestingly I see the U.S. media setting up the christian population to be hated the same way they set up the muslim population 11 years ago. (something that seemed to me to take a decade to accomplish with the help of a terrorist act)

But it was easier this time, all they had to do was air a snippit of a known religious bigot's speech to his Baptist convention; then pretend like all of the 'support' his company got was about supporting christian family values, when in fact a lot of people stood up to defend free speech. We are a weak minded people to be easily manipulated by our fears and insecurities. Those of us who see what is happening are villified for pointing it out which then can, if we are not vigilant, put us in the same position of fighting a senseless war of words and emotion.

The timing of it makes me think that people didn't buy the olympic predictions so there had to be some other distraction and imaginary scism to keep us upset and at ods with each other. It is all connected somehow.

Thank you Joseph for a great interview and insight. As for the 3 religions, I have always viewed the muslim and christian religions as sects of the judaic religion, that is the root of it, worshiping Yaweh. I am often amazed at how easily people, seemingly intelligent people are dupped into being hateful to people they don't know anythiing about because someone said their religion tells them to. Now, very interestingly I see the U.S. media setting up the christian population to be hated the same way they set up the muslim population 11 years ago. (something that seemed to me to take a decade to accomplish with the help of a terrorist act)

But it was easier this time, all they had to do was air a snippit of a known religious bigot's speech to his Baptist convention; then pretend like all of the 'support' his company got was about supporting christian family values, when in fact a lot of people stood up to defend free speech. We are a weak minded people to be easily manipulated by our fears and insecurities. Those of us who see what is happening are villified for pointing it out which then can, if we are not vigilant, put us in the same position of fighting a senseless war of words and emotion.

The timing of it makes me think that people didn't buy the olympic predictions so there had to be some other distraction and imaginary scism to keep us upset and at ods with each other. It is all connected somehow.

Thank you Joseph for a great interview and insight. As for the 3 religions, I have always viewed the muslim and christian religions as sects of the judaic religion, that is the root of it, worshiping Yaweh. I am often amazed at how easily people, seemingly intelligent people are dupped into being hateful to people they don't know anythiing about because someone said their religion tells them to. Now, very interestingly I see the U.S. media setting up the christian population to be hated the same way they set up the muslim population 11 years ago. (something that seemed to me to take a decade to accomplish with the help of a terrorist act)

But it was easier this time, all they had to do was air a snippit of a known religious bigot's speech to his Baptist convention; then pretend like all of the 'support' his company got was about supporting christian family values, when in fact a lot of people stood up to defend free speech. We are a weak minded people to be easily manipulated by our fears and insecurities. Those of us who see what is happening are villified for pointing it out which then can, if we are not vigilant, put us in the same position of fighting a senseless war of words and emotion.

The timing of it makes me think that people didn't buy the olympic predictions so there had to be some other distraction and imaginary scism to keep us upset and at ods with each other. It is all connected somehow.

Brilliant interview!

maybe that gives new meaning to the phrase... "People of the Book"...

Completely Agree Piscean!

Thank you William for a great interview! However, as a practicing Sufi, I feel we ought to take into account that these three religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) have very subtle esoteric forms. There exists exoteric forms of the three religions, for the general public, as well as an esoteric forms, for those who want a direct experience of the divine. Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism (esoteric Christianity), and Sufism, do not place their emphasis on worshiping a book, but rather on love and compassion. There exist many stories of saints of these traditions encountering one another and discovering that essentially their beliefs were the same, for example, Saint Francis of Assisi with the Sultan al-Kamil.

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