The United Nations has placed a giant statue in New York that resembles an end-times "beast" from the New Testament's book of Revelation. It's a colorful lion with eagle wings and a menacing disposition that aligns with Revelation 13:1 "It was like a leopard, with feet like the feet of a bear, and had a mouth like a lion. One of its heads had a mortal wound which healed itself, causing people to wonder at it and follow it."
This ties in neatly with the Qanon Qultists expectation of the Bible’s Beast to arrive, albeit a month late, and they were expecting it to arrive in Dallas. Although their "beast" is the resurrected JFK with his miraculously healed head wound, the arrival of the statue might be taken as a sign. Since Q began dropping hints and clues about the arrival of The Storm, the Q-religionists (because it's too large to qualify as a mere cult) have made use of the hashtag #TBIYTC. This initialism stands for The Best Is Yet To Come, but the Qool-aid drinkers have suggested that Q really means The BEAST It Yet To Come. Furthermore, their "beast" is JFK with his head wound thingy.
On a related topic, Flat Earthers Ronny and Jason Laughingbyrd have proclaimed themselves the "two witnesses" from the Bible's Book of Revelations. The Laughingbyrds are Canadian Bible fundamentalists who believe that "Jesus" is actually the name of the devil, a trick they maintain is used to lure billions to Hell. Meanwhile, they worship Yahawashai, god of the Black Hebrew Israelites as the only true god.
They take their role so seriously that they have already started God's work of judging people in advance of the coming Apocalypse they were born to witness. Yesterday, these two giggling gossips proclaimed that I was the second most "Satanic" person they know, next to Bob Knowitall, host of the once-popular flat earth Youtube show "Globebusters."
Again, to put it all into context: two Canadian Flat Earthers appropriated the deity of the Black Hebrew Israelites and have now started to actively judge their peers, myself included.
Now, I can't help but agree with their assessment that Knowitall is an evil, Satanic goon. However, their evidence against me is a clip from an artful trolling video. I’ve come to realize that many religious conspiracy theorist types can't tell the difference between reality and satire. I used to mistake this for deliberate obtuseness, but no, they genuinely can't help it. I don't plan to respond to them since Yahawasahai will surely condemn these love birds to the 8th Circle of Hell, reserved for false prophets and liars.
Additionally, Ronnie and Johnny Laughingbyrd have long hair. Why does this matter? Because 1 Corinthians 11:14 says, "Doth not even nature itself teach you, that, if a man has long hair, it is a shame unto him?" While I have nothing against any hairstyle of any length, this is no better than pro-mask politicians caught violating their own rules.
If you ask me, calling others evil is how truly evil people elevate themselves. One cult's antichrist is another's christ, and it's the same with the respective devils. Ironically, (not that they get irony), the devil is known as a liar, which is what a false accusation is. So weirdly, Ronny and Johnny are more Satanic than the Qanon Qultists that are literally awaiting the Antichrist in Dallas.
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