Mandatory Jab in Ecuador & Vatican, NASA hires priest, Who’s next with Accords?

Scripture to consider before the news:

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

The he that will cause all will be the final pope which is the second beast of Revelation 13 which is also known as the false prophet. The false prophet will aid the beast into his global kingdom 42 months after confirming the covenant with Israel.

Now unto the news: Coronavirus Vaccination Mandatory for Most Citizens of Ecuador.

Ecuador said Thursday that vaccination against the coronavirus will be mandatory for most citizens.

Only Ecuadorians with a medical condition that could be complicated by vaccination will be exempt from the new rule, the government said in a statement. Those people must have documentation to prove it, according to the statement.

The government said it was implementing the requirement because of an increase in coronavirus infections and the circulation of new variants such as omicron. Ecuador has enough vaccines to ″immunize the entire population,″ the government said.

This week, Ecuador’s Special Operations Committee, which runs health policies to combat the pandemic, said vaccination certificates must be shown in order to access places such as restaurants, cinemas and other public areas.

In related news: Vatican Issues Vaccine Mandate for All Employees, and Visitors.

The Vatican has eliminated the possibility of employees presenting a negative coronavirus test to gain access to their place of work, insisting that only proof of vaccination or recovery from the coronavirus disease will be admitted.

A Vatican decree Thursday signed by Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin states that the obligation of presenting a vaccine passport (Super Green Pass) to go to work applies to all personnel of the Roman Curia and institutions linked to the Holy See as well as external collaborators, visitors to the Vatican City State, and outside workers.

In a particularly severe paragraph, Cardinal Parolin declares that personnel without a valid green pass “will not be able to access the workplace and will be considered unjustifiably absent, with the consequent suspension of pay for the duration of the absence” and will be subject to the further consequences that such an absence would incur.

In other news: NASA hires priest to prepare humans for an alien discovery and contact.

Scripture to consider:

“And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet. For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.”

The alien deception will come to a climax in the last half of the upcoming 70th week when the 3 devil frogs gather the world to battle the Lord Jesus Christ on his second coming. That is why you are seeing the satanic seed plots for this deception being mentioned more and more in the mainstream media.

Back to the news:

It sounds like the plot of a bad sci-fi movie, but NASA really is recruiting a priest to help prepare for humanity’s contact with aliens.

NASA is hiring the help of 24 theologians as part of a plan to work out how the world’s different religions would react to news about extraterrestrial life.

The reason NASA is hiring the experts now is because of advances in humanity’s efforts to find life in the great unknown.

A range of new missions is expected to further our understanding of space, including the James Webb Telescope, which is due to launch on Christmas Eve. Additionally, the European Space Agency’s Rosiland Franklin rover, built in Stevenage, takes off next year.

The Rosiland Franklin will drill into Mars’ surface looking for fossilised microbes in a direct effort to detect traces of life.

Meanwhile, scientists in Cardiff have indicated that ammonia found in Venus’s atmosphere could potentially have been put there by living organisms.

The NASA-sponsored scheme was held at the Centre for Theological Inquiry at Princeton University in New Jersey to tackle questions about how life from another planet may impact thinking about gods and creation.

Lastly in the news: The Abraham Accords one year on – who’s next?

Scripture to consider:

“And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.”

The he that will confirm the covenant with many which includes Israel will be the prince of the covenant and that is looking to be Prince Mohammed bin Salman of the Royal Family of Saud. He is the beast in Revelation and the prince in the book of Daniel. He is the one that starts the final week for Israel which is the last days for the entire globe. That is why all this madness is happening right now in the world, he is close to making that deal with Israel and starting the last days.

Back to the news:

Following the general success of the agreements signed with Israel by four Arab countries a year ago, there are one or two good candidates to follow suit.

So far, four Arab countries have signed agreements with Israel, collectively nicknamed the Abraham Accords. (This is in addition to the longstanding agreements with Egypt and Jordan.) Of the four, Sudan’s accord is on hold due to the fact that shortly after signing, Sudan suffered a coup d’état, the implications of which have still not been sorted out. This doesn’t matter much, because Sudan has little influence with the other Arab countries

The UAE and Bahrain have been enthusiastically and successfully following up on their agreements with Israel.

Perhaps the most encouraging is the agreement with Morocco, which is the only country that has not only made economic, commercial and technological agreements with Israel but a defense agreement as well, pledging to exchange defense-related information, technology and equipment.

What is the likelihood that the accords will be expanded to include other Arab countries in the Middle East and North Africa? We have divided the countries involved into four categories: First, those Arab states that will under no circumstances enter into an Abraham Accord with Israel for the time being: namely Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen. All of those countries are satellites of or under the overriding influence of Iran.

Secondly are the unlikely countries–Kuwait, Qatar and Algeria. Kuwait and Algeria are virulently anti-Israel and antisemitic in their foreign policies. Qatar for years has been amazingly successful in balancing off all the relevant actors while placating Iran, with which it shares the gas field which is the source of its wealth, through supporting terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah and Hamas.

We classify the possible countries as Libya and Saudi Arabia. Two of the candidates in the pending presidential election in Libya have been making pro-Israel noises. One of them, Gen. Halfter, is likely to win if the elections are fair. Saudi Arabia is likely to join after the king passes away and the crown prince takes over, since he is entirely dedicated to turning Saudi Arabia into a world-class hi-tech center. He didn’t establish his new tech city in the northwest corner of Saudi Arabia, a stone’s throw from Israel, for nothing.

Finally, those almost certain to join, Oman and Tunisia. Oman was on the verge of acceding to the accords when the sultan passed away. There was confusion as to his successor, since he had no direct heir, and the person who eventually succeeded him is less pro-Israel than the deceased sultan was. Nevertheless, with the examples of the UAE and Bahrain, I think Oman will join before long. Once Tunisia sorts out its political crisis, and in view of the successes of its fellow North African country, Morocco, that nascent democracy is likely to sign on.

What are the implications of all this for the region and the entire Muslim world? In the first place, the example is vitally important. It can be done, the sky didn’t fall, the members are reaping important benefits, and the heck with the Palestinians. Once the Saudis, the very center of the religion of Islam, sign on, this will have an enormous effect on the rest of the Muslim world, especially those countries which practice a moderate form of Islam.

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