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መስከረም ፩ በአሜሪካ | ደም የለበሰው የፍጻሜ ዘመን ሰማይ ላይ ኢትዮጵያ + ላሊበላ ታዩ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 14, 2020

[ትንቢተ ኢዮኤል ምዕራፍ ፪፥፴፡፴፩]

በላይ በሰማይ ድንቆችን አሳያለሁ፥ በታች በምድርም

ደምና እሳት የጢስም ጭጋግ። ታላቁና የሚያስፈራው የእግዚአብሔር

ቀን ሳይመጣ ፀሐይ ወደ ጨለማ፥ ጨረቃም ወደ ደም ይለወጣል።

በአዲስ ዓመታችን ዙሪያ በጣም አስገራሚ የሆኑ ክስተቶች በመላው ዓለም በመታየት ላይ ናቸው።

በአዲስ አመታችን ዕለት ቪዲዮው ላይ የሚታየውንና የኢትዮጵያ ካርታን እና የቤተ ጊዮርጊስን ቤተ ክርስቲያን የሚያሳየውን ምስል ያቀረበልን የእንግሊዝ ቴሌቪዥን ጣቢያ እራሱ ”SKY / ሰማይ” ይባላል።

ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸውና በአሜሪካዋ የኦሬገን ግዛት ኃይለኛ ሰደድ እሳት ከአያቱ ጋር እያለ በእሳት ተቃጥሎ የሞተውን ወጣት ታሪክ ስሰማ የታየኝ በአሸባሪ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ በህገወጡ ኦሮሚያ በተባለ ክልል በተዋሕዶ ሕጻናት ላይ የተካሄደው አሰቃቂ ጭፍጨፋ ነው። የንጹሕ ኢትዮጵያውያን ደም ይጣራል።

የሰኔውን የፀሐይ ግርዶሽ በላሊበላ እናስታውሳለን?! ቪዲዮው ያስታውሰናል! ከዚህ ስላሊበላ የታየው ምስል ጋር በተያያዘ ባለፈው መድኃኔ ዓለም ዕለት ያነሳሁት አስደናቂ ቪዲዮ አለ። በቀጣዩ ቪዲዮ ይቀርባል!

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አሜሪካ ደመራ እንዳይበራ ለፖሊስ ዐቢይ ትዕዛዝ ሰጠሽ ፤ 9/11 ደረሰ ፤ እንደ ችቦ ተቀጣጠሉ ግዛቶችሽ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 9, 2020

ከፍተኛ የሰደድ እሳት በ ካሊፎርኒያ/ California፣ በኦሬገን/ Oregon፣ አሪዞና /Arizona እና ዋሽንግተን /Washington ምዕራባውያን ግዛቶች

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Was McCain the Cause of the Arizona Flood?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 18, 2017

My Note: In the state of Arizona at least 9 died in a very unusual flash flooding. At the same time, surgeons in Arizona removed a 5 centimeter blood clot from above Senator John McCain’s left eye. The sinister Arizona Senator’s Surgery may be more serious than thought. Even his sissy comrade, Lindsey is claiming McCAIN had been getting forgetful. Watch the color of the water on that flood, read the following information and connect the dots.

Genesis, Creation, and Ancient Interpreters: Cain Caused the Flood

Cain’s murder of Abel came to be seen by early interpreters not simply as an isolated act of sin, but as representative of something bigger. Cain did not simply do something wicked, but his wicked act showed a much deeper problem, that he is wicked. This way of reading the story of Cain was taken in various directions by early interpreters. One of those ways was to make Cain the cause of the flood.

Genesis 6:1-4 gives the reason—more accurately, we seem to be given two reasons—for why God inflicted such a cataclysmic punishment on all flesh. Cain is not mentioned.

One reason is the “giants” (Hebrew nephilim) mentioned in v. 4, though we are not told here explicitly what about these figures warranted God’s punishment—although the references to the “sons of God” cohabiting with the “daughters of man” seems to be relevant. It seems that divine beings were cohabiting with human women, and possibly the “giants” were their offspring.

In antiquity, a good number of interpreters seized on this episode to explain why God brought the flood (e.g., 3 Maccabees 2:4; Ecclesiasticus 16:7; Jubilees 5:1-11). Such “cross-breeding” wholly violated the order God had established at creation (Genesis 1), and so played a major role in God’s decision to flood the earth.

Genesis 6:5, however, seems to come at it from a different angle. The blame rests not just with the sons of God or the giants, but with humanity at large. Humans had become thoroughly wicked, with a disposition only toward doing wicked acts.

But this explanation passed by rather quickly for early interpreters—one verse—so they sought to anchor God’s punishment in something more concrete. One of those anchors was Cain’s murder of Abel.

Cain was a “logical” candidate of sorts because his act was the only truly wicked act recorded in the chapters preceding the flood story. Cain’s murder of Abel, therefore, was understood not just an isolated wicked act, but a crucial factor in God’s decision to destroy the world in a deluge. One clear example is from the apocryphal book Wisdom of Solomon 10:3-4:

When an unrighteous man [Cain] departed from her [from following Wisdom] in his anger, he perished because in rage he slew his brother. When the earth was floodedbecause of him, Wisdom again saved it, steering the righteous man [Noah] by a paltry piece of wood.

Two things are worth noting here. First, this author sees a causal link between Cain’s act of murder (first sentence) and the flood. Second, note that putting the blame on Cain is not defended or explained, but tucked away in that small phrase “because of him.” This casual allusion to Cain as the cause of the flood indicates that the explanation needed no elaboration because it was already well know at the time in which this author wrote (early in the first century A.D.). By the time this author gave his account of the flood, Cain’s role in instigating God’s wrath was already a commonly accepted explanation.

Continue reading…

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Heatwave Scorches Europe, From London To Siberia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 21, 2017

My Note: The State of Arizona — where SAUD agent canny CAIN McCain rules as a Senatorcould break scorching temperature records this summer.

These four eerie photos were taken by a friend – during the annual Ethiopian Feast of The Cross, Meskel, with its Damera – at a private lighting of torches on the eve, 27 Sep 2016.

Europe sizzled in a continent-wide heatwave on Wednesday, with London bracing for Britain’s hottest June day since 1976 as Portugal battled to stamp out deadly forest fires.

More than 1,000 firefighters were still fighting to control the flames that broke out in central Portugal at the weekend, killing 64 people.

Cooler weather was aiding their efforts, but thermometers were still hovering around 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit) — a level matched across oven-like swathes of Europe, including Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and even alpine Switzerland.

Two forest fires have also broken out since Sunday on Croatia’s southern Adriatic coast, prompting the authorities to evacuate 800 tourists, though the blazes have now been brought under control.

We were scared, it’s true,” a Swedish tourist who gave her name only as Karolina told local media. “From the hotel room window it seemed like the fire was at our doors.”

As the northern hemisphere marked the summer solstice, firefighters were on alert in Austria, where revellers were due to celebrate the longest day of the year by lighting bonfires for the festival of Saint John.

In Italy, forecasters say the current heatwave could turn out to be the most intense in 15 years, with temperatures around eight degrees above the seasonal average — 39 degrees Celsius in Milan and up to 30 in the Alps at an altitude of 1,000 metres (3,300 feet).

A study released Monday warned that deadly heatwaves will become more and more common around the world even if the rise in temperatures is capped at 2.0 degrees Celsius as targeted by the Paris Agreement to combat climate change.

Even if we outperform the Paris targets, the population exposed to deadly heat will be about 50 percent by 2100,” Camilo Mora, lead author of the study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, told AFP. 

London sizzles –

Britain was set to see its first five-day stretch of temperatures over 30 degrees in June since 1995. The thermometer was forecast to hit 34 Celsius in west London, a record for the month since 1976.

In Guildford, southwest of the capital, a road surface melted on Tuesday, with motorists likening it to a bar of chocolate left out in the hot sun.

At the prestigious Royal Ascot horse races, organisers said they were considering relaxing the strict dress code for the first time.

And a thunderstorm was looming over the Glastonbury Music Festival, threatening mud just as an expected 200,000 revellers begin pitching their tents. 

Music lovers in France were also braving the heat, as the annual Fete de la Musique — a nationwide celebration with thousands of free street performances — kicked off under an official heatwave declared across many areas of the country.

The national postal service announced that its postmen would be calling on elderly and disabled residents living alone to check they were alright, with temperatures due to hit 37 Celsius in Paris.

A peak in pollution linked to the heat prompted police in the Paris region to reduce speed limits in some areas and divert heavy goods trucks, with the most polluting vehicles banned from the capital on Thursday. 

On Tuesday, the body of a 31-year-old man was pulled out of the Loire river in the central city of Tours after he got dragged down by the current while trying to cool down.

In Russia, Siberia was also suffering a heatwave, with temperatures of up to 37 Celsius in the city of Krasnoyarsk, Channel One television reported.

But at the other extreme, it was just one degree Celsius and snowing in Murmansk in northern Russia, the RIA Novosti news agency reported. Many residents are having to get by with no heating in their flats as centralised systems have been switched off for the summer.

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Heat, Fire, Smoke & Death – It’s Ramadan in SAUD

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