The Little Horn Prophecy – Donald Trump and the GOP

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 “Until the heavenly civilization is founded, no result will be forthcoming from material civilization, even as you observe. See what catastrophes overwhelm mankind. Consider the wars which disturb the world. Consider the enmity and hatred. The existence of these wars and conditions indicates and proves that the heavenly civilization has not yet been established. If the civilization of the Kingdom be spread to all the nations, this dust of disagreement will be dispelled, these clouds will pass away, and the Sun of Reality in its greatest effulgence and glory will shine upon mankind.” –Abdu’l-Baha, Chicago, May 5th, 1912

These words, spoken more than a century ago by ‘Abdu’l-Baha, son of Baha’u’llah, highlight the professed reality that unless and until the principles and values of the Oneness of Humanity and Unity in Diversity, based on a foundation of Justice for All, are embraced and infused into human society, we will not successfully enter into a progressive form of internationalism and globalism, but will instead find ourselves hindered and stunted from achieving our true potential.

“Today people fear or resent “new world-order” takeover schemes of those such as announced by Bush Sr. on September 11, 1991. Thinking people see a pattern in these global events. In reality this pattern is based in the underlying Pattern of Prophecy. The Bible warns us against “world-orders” as the “kingdom of this world” (Rev. 11:15 RSV) and contains astonishing prophetical imagery such as that of the coming of the Beast, the False Prophet, the Antichrist and the Battle of Armageddon 

But the Bible is not against all forms of world order. In fact it supports one. This is the coming of the world order of the Kingdom of God upon the earth as it is in heaven – as Jesus stated in the Lord’s prayer. “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed by Thy Name. They Kingdom come, It will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”

The Kingdom of God is a real Kingdom with laws subjects and a king. It is the government of God ruling from the throne of King David (Is. 9:6-7) that is the executive branch of the “House of the Lord” (Is. 2:2) to which “all nations shall flow” (Is. 2:2); thus international 

The “throne of King David” (Is. 9:6-7; Psalms 89, etc.) and that living one seated upon that throne is therefore the “sign of God” so that we can recognize the true Kingdom of God from fakes, frauds, and imitations – false “new world-orders” like those of Bush Sr.; false religious outfits; evil man-made “theocracies”; preistcraftisms; and phony organizations that have no authenticity and are in opposition to the person of the living Davidic King dwelling amongst us who is alive in the world today.” –Neal Chase, from the Foreword of Child of the East

In a time of “alternative facts” and “fake news”, and through the social static of materialism run rampant, Baha’u’llah has yet to be seen and recognized for who He is – that great descendant of King David that the whole Bible is talking about – the Messiah ben David, and the second coming of Christ seated upon the throne of David, with a Revelation in the potency of the Everlasting Father (Isaiah 9:6-7). Baha’u’llah fulfills detailed prophecies from the books and writings of Christians, Jews, and Muslims, as well as from the Eastern religions, and Native American Tribes, including the Hopi, Paiute, and Lakota. The Revelation of Baha’u’llah is a vast ocean of knowledge, comprised of many books, tablets, and letters, but can be summed up into 12 basic Baha’i principles:
  1. The Oneness of Humanity
  2. Independent, Unfettered Investigation of the Truth
  3. Religion is Progressive, All Having a Common Foundation
  4. Religion Must Be the Source of Unity
  5. True Science and True Religion Must Correspond
  6. The Equality of Men and Women
  7. Removal of All Prejudice
  8. Universal Peace Upheld by a Spiritual World Government
  9. Universal Compulsory Education
  10. A Spiritual Solution to the Economic Problem
  11. A Universal Auxiliary Language
  12. Universal House of Justice with a descendant of King David
    through Baha’u’llah and ‘Abdu’l-Baha, at its head.

A Time of Entrenched Nationalism

In the seventh chapter of his book, the Hebrew prophet Daniel envisions a scenario where a man he refers to as the “Little Horn” rises to power, boasting arrogantly, speaking “GREAT” things, and making audacious claims. He speaks against, oppresses, and tries to wear down spiritual and religious groups, and in so doing is speaking against God. He intends to change the law and alter the times, culminating in court rulings against him. Through the course of a timeline of events, his dominion is eventually taken away, consumed, annihilated and destroyed. On the other side of a fiery ordeal, the oppressed people at last receive and come into the golden age of civilization, referred to by Daniel as the Kingdom. So at least there’s a happy ending.

In explaining the nature of the prophetic and “living word”, Baha’u’llah, who fulfills prophecy as the second coming of Christ, says “We speak one word, and by it we intend one and seventy meanings; each one of these meanings we can explain.” Authentic prophecy is always fulfilled, though people’s expectations often aren’t fulfilled – and that includes mine. The following hypotheses are some thoughts and meditations on Daniel’s prophetic vision in the seventh chapter of his book, relating to current events, as one potential meaning of the vision.


Naw Ruz message from Guardian Neal chase

(Naw-Ruz, to be celebrated on the day of the exact moment of the Vernal or Spring Equinox, is the first day of the Baha'i year. Occurs usually between March 19-21 Gregorian)

Praised be Thou, O my God, that Thou hast ordained Naw-Ruz as a festival unto those who have observed the fast for love of Thee and abstained from all that is abhorrent unto Thee. Grant, O my Lord, that the fire of Thy love and the heat produced by the fast enjoined by Thee may inflame them in Thy Cause, and make them to be occupied with Thy praise and with remembrance of Thee.

Since thou hast adorned them, O my Lord, with the ornament of the fast prescribed by Thee, do Thou adorn them also with the ornament of Thine acceptance, through Thy grace and bountiful favor. For the doings of men are all dependent upon Thy good-pleasure, and are conditioned by Thy behest. Shouldst Thou regard him who hath broken the fast as one who hath observed it, such a man would be reckoned among them who from eternity had been keeping the fast. And shouldst Thou decree that he who hath observed the fast hath broken it, that person would be numbered with such as have caused the Robe of Thy Revelation to be stained with dust, and been far removed from the crystal waters of this living Fountain.

Thou art He through Whom the ensign “Praise-worthy art Thou in Thy works” hath been lifted up, and the standard "Obeyed art Thou in thy behest" hath been unfurled. Make known this Thy station, O my God, unto Thy servants, that they may be made aware that the excellence of all things is dependent upon Thy bidding and Thy word, and the virtue of every act is conditioned by Thy leave and the good pleasure of Thy will, and may recognize that the reins of men's doings are within the grasp of Thine acceptance and Thy commandment. Make this known unto them, that nothing whatsoever may shut them out from Thy Beauty, in these days whereon the Christ exclaimeth: “All dominion is Thine, O Thou the Begetter of the Spirit (Jesus);” and Thy Friend (Muhammad) crieth out: "Glory be to Thee, O Thou the Best-Beloved, for that thou hast uncovered thy Beauty, and written down for Thy chosen ones what will cause them to attain unto the seat of the revelation of Thy Most Great Name, through which all the peoples have lamented except such as have detached themselves from all else except Thee, and set themselves towards Him Who is the Revealer of Thyself and the Manifestation of Thine attributes.

He Who is Thy BRANCH (Zech. 3: 8 KJV--lit. Aghsan) and all Thy company, O my Lord, have broken this day their fast, after haviang observed it within the precincts of Thy court, and in their eagerness to please Thee. Do Thou ordain for Him, and for them, and for all such as have entered Thy presence in those days all the good Thou didst destine in Thy Book. Supply them, then, with that which will profit them, in both this life and in the life beyond.

Thou, in truth, art the the All-Knowing, the All-Wise.

Death of Balyuzi

All those who break the Covenant suffer terrible deaths. ‘Abdu’l-Baha writes in the Will and Testament:

“Were he to incline a hair’s breadth to the right or to the left, his deviation would be established and his utter nothingness made manifest. And now ye are witnessing how the wrath of God hath from all sides afflicted him and how he is speeding towards destruction. Ere long will ye behold him and his associates, outwardly and inwardly, condemned to utter ruin.” (W&T, p. 6.)

Hasan Balyuzi suffered terrible guilt and remorse for his violation and his part in instigating the Persian Hands to say Bada. Here seen through the eyes of his son is the terrible demise that he sank into until his death in 1980. Tormented by guilt and self incrimination he was “Punished” (as his son puts it) “by illness of the body and near mental breakdown” until his gruesome end.

“I can still recall vividly that day of November 1957 when, as a child of thirteen, I stood on the graveside as Shoghi Effendi’s coffin was lowered into the ground. In that charged moment I can remember looking up at my father [Hasan Balyuzi] and marking how rigid and motionless he stood, his face almost devoid of expression. When he came to speak the final prayer, the one of Baha’u’llah’s which begins “Glory be to Thee, O God, for Thy manifestation of love to Mankind!” he did so almost in monotone, his voice sounding to me drained of emotion. I could not properly understand then, but believe now, in the knowledge of all that happened after, that at that moment his heart was broken. The depth of his grieving was such that he was in a state of profound shock in which his feelings were numbed so that emotion could find little outlet. For six years after that he kept going, borne along by the force of events during a time of great crisis and momentous decisions, when the duties imposed upon by his station as a hand of the Cause had to be met. But after the culminating events of this period, the election of the first Universal House of Justice and the Baha’i World Congress in London in 1963, the increasingly fragile prop of physical health finally collapsed and he [Balyuzi] plunged into a dark and despairing retreat punished by illness of the body and near mental breakdown. In her memorial article Mrs. Hoffman has written of how his mind was filled with the ‘foreboding of guilt for his wasted days and abdication of his responsibilities as a Hand.” (Balyuzi, Eminent Baha’is, p. xiii.)

Balyuzi must have felt like Judas after he betrayed Christ for thirty pieces of silver, but unlike Judas that hung himself in despair, Balyuzi feared death, he was afraid that when he closed his eyes for the last time to this world and opened them to the next he realized the great punishment that awaited him, for he had committed the most great sin which was blasphemy against the Holy Spirit--he knew the truth and went against it--which is not forgiven in this world or the next. Like Christ on the cross said “Father please forgive them for they know not what they do.” He didn’t include Judas in this, for Judas knew what he did.

Note from what Balyuzi’s son said above that after: “the election of the first Universal House of Justice...the increasingly fragile prop of physical health finally collapsed and he [Balyuzi] plunged into a dark and despairing retreat punished by illness of the body and near mental breakdown.” Balyuzi knew that House of Justice was not the Baha’i House of Justice, but a headless monster that he and Ruhiyyih had created.

This conspiracy between Ruhiyyih and Hasan M. Balyuzi resulted in the “Hands” becoming the deciding body of the faith in place of the IBC/UHJ after the passing of Shoghi Effendi. This resulted in the Guardianship being declared ended and the Baha’is becoming oppressed, with the threat of expulsion for even discussing the matter among themselves much less from searching independently the truth for themselves. What is wrong with all of this? On the very last page of the W&T ‘Abdu’l-Baha states:

“To none is given the right to put forth his own opinion or express his particular convictions. All must seek guidance and turn unto the Center of the Cause [Shoghi Effendi] and the House of Justice [IBC/UHJ:head and body both] And he that turneth unto whatsoever else is indeed in grievous error.” (W&T, p. 26)

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[Video] Bahá’u’lláh – Prince Of This World

Baha’u’llah is the “prince of this world” spoken of in the Bible, which the Christian clergy say is Satan and the Antichrist. The “prince of this world” actually refers to the prophesied Prince of Peace and Return of Christ spoken of all throughout the Bible, who comes seated upon the throne of King David and Who brings God’s government on earth, the Christ promised Kingdom of God.