Sven Longshanks and William Finck discuss the importance of the Prophets in the Old Testament and how they relate to the history of the world and what is happening today.
The word ‘Catholic’ originally meant following both the Old and New Testaments, in distinction to the Jews who followed part of the Old Testament and the Marcionites who only followed the New.
Without the Old Testament and the references and context within, it is impossible to understand properly the New Testament.
The Apostles were constantly quoting it to show which prophecy related to the matter being discussed and all were exclusive to the people of Israel.
The book of Daniel accurately predicted the world government and it’s evolution from from Persia, to Greece, to Rome and to Christendom.
Revelations accurately portrays what would happen to Christendom, as it fell to the same money power that was behind the previous empires.
We are now inextricably bound to that money power, which gets it’s power from the dragon and though we await the day when Babylon falls, there will always be those with the spirit of St Michael that we can support until the day of the Lord arrives.
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Sven Longshanks and William Finck look at the book of Revelations, which provides an overview of history, from the war in heaven at the beginning to the destruction of the Babylon system on earth at the end.
St John’s Apocalypse contains a series of visions, many of which were depicting the same events but elaborating on different aspects of them.
The book begins with the messages to the 7 churches, 2 of which are positive and 5 negative. The 2 positive messages contain the warnings about the Jews and the only Christian doctrine today preaching those truths is Christian Identity.
The visions show the growth of the nations of Europe from being under Christian guidance and nourished by the Word, to become so entangled with the beast system that it is impossible to extricate ourselves.
Only God can separate us from it and we are assured this will take place eventually.
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Sven Longshanks and William Finck discuss the Apostle Paul, who was uniquely positioned to find proof in scripture and the classics to preach the truth of Christian Identity.
Paul did not just have a vision of Christ on the road to Damascus, he had a realisation that the time of the fullness of the gentiles was now. The promises to Abraham and the Prophets had been fulfilled, Israel was now many nations and his mission was to go to those nations and explain to them their true history.
This is borne out in his epistles, where he uses quotes from the Old Testament to show that the people he is talking to were the fulfilment of the covenants.
He was zealous for his kinsmen according to the flesh, but also for those other children of the promise who had forgotten the laws they had once held to, reminding them that they too had been under the cloud and with Moses, that they shared the same forefather and that the hopes of the fathers had now taken shape through Christ’s sacrifice and the growth of the nations in Europe.
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Sven Longshanks and William Finck explain who the seed of the serpent was, that had enmity against the seed of the woman and how this has shaped the course of Biblical and world history.
The events of Genesis 3 were clearly of a sexual nature, Adam and Eve felt shame afterwards, Eve was pregnant and they needed clothes to protect themselves from the lusts of the non-adamites around them.
Cain murdered his brother and then left to marry and build a city with these non-adamites, who were the mixed-race branches of the tree of the experience of good and evil.
His descendants were still around after the flood, as Rephaim, Kennites, Anakim and others and they were all to be found in the land where Canaan lived.
His posterity interbred with them and continued their line up to where Esau Edom married into them and his offspring became the rulers of Judea by the time of Christ.
This is why Christ called them devils and held them responsible for the death of all the prophets from Abel onwards.
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In this episode Sven Longshanks and William Finck talk about the reason why Christ identified the Jews as ‘devils’ and how they could be responsible for all the innocent blood of the prophets going back to Abel.
This could only be if they were related in some way to Cain, who was a murderer from the beginning.
This ties in with all the references to Esau in the New Testament, since the remnant of the tribe of Judah that returned from Babylon had gone on to interbreed with and absorb the Edomites, who were descended from Esau.
A detailed history of this is given, with sources from the inter-testamental period and an explanation of why Esau was so hated by God.
He had married Canaanite women and thrown away his birthright in exchange for a morsel of flesh.
By the time of Christ, the Edomites had completely taken over the establishment, even the monarchy and the only Nationalist resistance were the Essenes, who just like today were at the fringes of society.
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Sven Longshanks and William Finck continue on from the last episode, explaining that the only way a wanton woman could be freed from marriage was if her husband died, which is why God had to become man and die upon the cross.
This had to happen in order for God to keep his promise to Abraham and continue to bless his people through the Grace of God.
Christ himself declared that he was the bridegroom in many places and this is what he was referring to, he had to be God or else he could not claim to be the bridegroom.
It is demonstrated that the Romans Paul was speaking to could only have been Israelites, as nobody else was under the law.
The New Testament is all about the amazing ways that the Abrahamic promise was kept, in the face of constant attempts to frustrate it by the forces of evil.
The faith of Abraham was his faith in God’s promise that many nations would come from his loins, which was so strong, that he was prepared to kill Isaac in a sacrifice to God.
The dedication of Isaac to be a sacrifice meant that he was anointed as the exclusive property of God and therefore all his descendants from then on were Yahweh’s property or his portion and Yahweh was their sovereign.
All the seed of Israel is to be saved, regardless of if they kept the Mosaic covenant or not and that began with the substitution of the sacrificial goat for Isaac right back at the beginning.
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Still today the European nations are known by the names of women such as Europa, Britannia, Germania etc. This is because Israel was the bride of Christ.
The wife vows to obey the husband and the husband vows to care for and love the wife, this was the exact relationship laid out in the covenants between God and Israel.
Once the vows were broken, there was no choice but for God to divorce them, but the Abrahamic covenant still stood and they were told they would be reconciled to God at some point in the future, which they were through Christ.
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