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New Youtube Expose’ Why is Trump Tower Dedicated to Freemasonry & 666 ?

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Onderwerp: New Youtube Expose’ Why is Trump Tower Dedicated to Freemasonry & 666 ? By Nathan Leal


New Youtube Expose’
Why is Trump Tower Dedicated to Freemasonry & 666 ?

By Nathan Leal

(Warning this video is for those who have the eyes to see and the ears to hear. If one is a Trump apologist, they may wrestle with this disclosure. But the information and the evidence presented is true. And for the record, I do not hate our President. I want him to succeed in doing good, but I am also gravely concerned that the opposite may take place. I am just the messenger folks. God Bless.)

Greetings Brethren,

I have finally finished my latest Youtube disclosure. It was a massive project that involved over 80 hours of effort and now it is ready for all of you. Please take the time to view it, because it will reveal and answer so many questions about the Illuminati, Freemasonry and modern day Baal worship.

It is will also visit the question – Is Donald Trump a Freemason?

The video also examines the recent discovery about Trump Tower which has 666 purposely built into its architecture. Why did Trump do this? We have also looked further into his penthouse and have discovered that much of his interior is modeled after a Freemasonic Lodge.

This video disclosure is a “must see.” And takes the information that was revealed in my last installment of the Trump Chronicles and builds on it with more information.

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Witches Across America Planning To Cast ‘Mass Spell’ On Donald Trump Starting At Midnight Tonight

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Klik:>Witches Across America Planning To Cast ‘Mass Spell’ On Donald Trump Starting At Midnight Tonight

by Geoffrey Grider

Those who don’t like Donald Trump and the current Republican administration are mobilizing in all sorts of ways. They’re speaking up in town halls and calling their representatives. They’re organizing protests and demonstrations. And, for the magically-inclined, they’re casting spells.

“…but this is your hour, and the power of darkness.” Luke 22:53 (KJV)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Funny how the witches of America has zero problem of any kind with 8 years of Barack Obama, and zero problem with a Hillary Clinton presidency, but now rise up en masse seeking to stop Donald Trump. I see this as a confirmation that Donald Trump is God’s man to accomplish His will in these end times. So cast away, witches, and get busy, because your time is short. Jesus is coming. 

Starting at midnight on Friday, witches around the country are calling for a mass spell to be cast on Donald Trump every night of a waning crescent moon until he’s driven from office.

The spell was publicized by Michael M. Hughes, who told that it was tweaked from multiple spells he saw going around private witchcraft groups. He published it on Extra News Feed because he felt “it would be very welcome to a lot of people.” It quickly spread, with events being formed around the country and support on social media.

#bindtrump #magicresistance #feb24 A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him: February 24th Mass Ritual

— Kitty_Lemiew (@Kitty_Lemiew) February 23, 2017

Hughes explained that he chose a binding spell because “we’re not wishing harm on anyone, we’re just trying to stop the harm they’re doing. It’s not the equivalent of punching a Nazi in the face, it’s the equivalent of tying him up and taking his bullhorn away.”

The ritual itself is pretty standard magic working, binding Trump from doing harm to others and to himself, rather than asking any forces to do harm to him. There are objects to represent the elements and to represent Trump himself. The tarot card of the Tower represents ambitions built on lies, which are struck down by a lightning flash of truth. For those who believe in witchcraft, it looks to be an effective spell.


However, even for those who don’t, the ritual can have meaning. Witches have gathered to create spells for social justice before, whether it was to hex convicted rapist Brock Turner or exorcise the Pentagon. “My feeling was people were feeling so helpless in the face of all this,” said Hughes, who sees the ritual, as much as anything, as a self-exorcism. “So many of us are overwhelmed by this guy’s face, this energy―it’s ever present and beating a lot of us down. I see this as a way of people reclaiming their own power…it’s not just that we can stop him, but we can expunge him from ourselves.”

Hughes also says that all are welcome, even those highly skeptical of magic. “The real intention is just to get the energy focused at the same time, as many people as possible,” he says. People can participate in their own religious rituals, or even perform this as a joke or an art project. “No matter how you approach it, it’s still great to be part of it.” Plus, we’re sure you have some candles lying around. source

Geoffrey Grider | February 24, 2017 at 11:16 am | Categories: The Big Story | URL:

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President Trump Gets Standing Ovation At CPAC, Blasts Fake News Media, Confirms Campaign Promises

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Klik:>President Trump Gets Standing Ovation At CPAC, Blasts Fake News Media, Confirms Campaign Promises

by Geoffrey Grider

President Trump declared himself among friends as he delivered a campaign-style speech Friday at an annual gathering of conservative activists and told the crowd that his movement represented the future of the Republican party.

“Now you finally have a president, finally,” Trump said, shortly after taking stage to Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the U.S.A.” He later promised that “the forgotten men and women of America will be forgotten no more.”

With his appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor in Maryland, Trump became the first sitting president since Ronald Reagan to address the group during his first year in office.

Trump noted that he had appeared at the conference several times before and pledged to return often.

“I love this place, love you people, so thank you,” Trump said. “I wouldn’t miss a chance to talk to my friends. These are my friends.”

Trump Blasts Media, Outlines His Presidential Promises at CPAC 2017:

Trump’s speech followed several well-received appearances at the four-day gathering by senior members of his administration, including a speech Thursday night by Vice President Pence.

During his remarks, Trump said that in a matter of days, he would have “brand new action” to keep the country safe, a reference to a second attempt at an executive order to restrict travel into the country from several majority-Muslim nations.

Trump cited a series of terrorist attacks overseas and said: “We have to be smart, folks. We can’t let it happen to us. … We are going to keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country.”

“I will never ever, ever apologize for protecting the safety and security of the American people,” Trump said, adding that he’s even willing to get bad press for doing so.

The new president got a raucous reception from the crowd, which at one point started chanting “lock her up” after Trump derided Hillary Clinton, his Democratic opponent in last year’s election, for describing some of Trump’s supporters as “deplorables.”

America: Love Her Or Leave Here

Trump sought to portray his fledgling administration as one of action, ticking off multiple fronts on which he’s already moved: pulling out of a major trade deal, reducing regulations, cracking down on illegal immigrants and clearing the way for construction of major oil pipelines.

Trump also touted his efforts to “massively lower taxes” and replace the Affordable Care Act. He called it “the disaster known as Obamacare,” to great applause.

He also asserted that his presidency was already producing more jobs, and said it was time for all Americans to “get off of welfare and get back to work.”

He pledged to build up the military and “totally obliterate” the Islamic State terrorist group. “Nobody will dare question our military might again,” Trump said.

Trump used the opening of his remarks to again denounce the media, saying many stories about his administration are “fake news” with stories that rely on anonymous sources. Trump pointed to a Washington Post story this month that cited nine current and former intelligence sources who said Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn discussed U.S. economic sanctions on Russia with that country’s ambassador before Trump took office.


Trump said he didn’t believe there were nine sources. “They make up sources. They are very dishonest people,” Trump said. The Post’s stories helped lead to Flynn’s resignation after further disclosures that he had misled administration officials, including Vice President Pence, over the nature of his conversations.

“We are fighting the fake news,” Trump said. “It’s fake, phony, fake.”

Trump, who has taken a combative posture toward several media outlets, derided to CNN as the “Clinton news network,” as he has done before.

When he was not attacking the press, Trump told his audience that his victory represented a “movement the likes of which the world has never seen before.” He said other movements, like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who sought the Democratic presidential nomination, “petered out.”

“The core conviction of our movement is that we are a nation that put and will put its own citizens first,” Trump said. That lead the crowd to chant: “U.S.A! U.S.A!”

“For too long, we’ve traded away our jobs to other countries. We’ve defended other nations borders while leaving ours wide open,” Trump said, prompting cries to “build a wall.” Trump pledged the construction of the wall on the U.S. border with Mexico would begin soon, even though it is unclear where the money to pay for it will come from.

“We’re going to build a wall, don’t worry about it,” the president said.

Through Trump won election as more of a populist than a traditional conservative, his fledgling administration has given conservatives plenty to cheer, including many Cabinet selections and Trump’s pledges to repeal the Affordable Care Act and pursue sweeping tax reform. source



Geoffrey Grider | February 24, 2017 at 11:55 am | Tags: CPAC | URL:

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