President Donald Trump’s epic proclamation on Wednesday acknowledging Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish people was a major step towards establishing the Third Temple and bringing the Messianic era, said a number of Jewish activists working to rebuild the Holy Temple. While Trump’s declaration paves the way for the prophesied Third Temple, the Jerusalem Mint suddenly offers a Jerusalem Peace Coin depicting the temple era “City of Gold” with an envisioned Third Temple standing on high (see photo).
Jesus warned, “When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:) Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains.” The prophesied holy place is the Third Temple, where the Antichrist and Satan (the Prince of Tyrus and King of Tyrus) reign, courtesy of the occult Masonic agenda. Throughout the 20th century, as Paul Blanchard reveals, the “deification of a leader” occurred for political purposes. These heinous dictators were trial runs and now the stage is set for the ultimate deification of a leader, the Antichrist.
The emerging Temple of Solomon will not be just another UN Heritage Site. Nor will it be merely a global cultural center for the Jews. The temple Christ proclaimed permanently desolate, will be a living symbol of triumph for the Judeo-Masons and the purveyors of the Blavatsky-distributed Protocols for world government. But it will be much, much more! Consider yourself warned! In the first century A.D. The Jewish historian, Josephus, mentioned a book ascribed to Solomon containing incantations for summoning up spirits. And the Testament of Solomon (not the same as the Key), dating from the early centuries A.D., describes how an angel was sent by God to bring the magic ring which gave him power over demons, and lists their names and functions.
Many scholars see no reason to doubt the tradition which assigns the authorship of The Key of Solomon the King to King Solomon. For among others Josephus, the Jewish historian, especially mentions the magical works attributed to that monarch. This is confirmed by many Eastern traditions, and his magical skill is frequently mentioned in the Arabian Nights. The Key of Solomon the King is translated from seven manuscripts in the British Museum. That luxurious monarch of tenth century B.C. was renowned for his unhealthy interest in foreign women and heathen gods. Books were fathered on Solomon, reveals Richard Cavendish, because in Jewish, Christian and Muslim legend he acquired a reputation as a master magician who employed legions of evil spirits to build the Temple at Jerusalem, compelling their obedience with his magic ring. (These Jewish, Christian and Muslim legends accrued in various centuries following the 10th century B.C.)