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  • The southern cross, and the rising of the sun

    This book confirms what I had thought: colonial Australia was very Christian because it was a part of the British empire. For it was a British king who commissioned the KJV 1611 and the 1769 respelling, after Satan had corrupted Jerome's latin (Mark 13:31). It was the British that embraced as an anthem William Blake's stirring poem Jerusalem. And it was to be a British led army, with horsemen from the rising of the sun, that would prise Jerusalem from the Ottomans in 1917, and return the children of Israel to the holy land in 1948 (Isaiah 60:9). Aboriginals, in my view and apparently as the colonists had thought, were originally on the other side, worshipping the "rainbow serpent". And so were the Polynesians, in neighbouring islands, some of whom were found to be cannibals, though that is not mentioned in this book. For many souls in Australia, therefore, it is fortunate that British missionaries evangelised. As I see it, it first started to go wrong for Australia, when Lachlan Macquarie arrived. At the time, because of the threat of revolutionary France and because of the rebellion of America, Freemasonry happened to be proscribed. It was Macquarie's treachery that enabled the followers of the Templars (Isaiah 23), agents of Lucifer and of the so-called "Enlightenment", to establish themselves over here. These sorts managed to deceive the world into believing that the pinnacle of Christendom, the height of Frankish piety and power, should be known as "the Dark Ages", despite "the light of the world" (John 8:12, 12:46). While the 1st Prime Minister of Australia at federation was a Freemason, I learnt from this book that the 2nd was a Christian. In the contest between good and evil, there are three groups: first, they who are with God, namely Bible believing Christians and proper Jews; second, they who are with the devil and the other fallen angels pretending to be gods; and third, everyone else. If Australia is to survive the tribulation and endure as a nation, then unlike Mr bone spurs and the strongly deluded, some part of Australia must resist the Antichrist, also known as the Assyrian, when the beast rises to "devour the whole earth" and "break it in pieces" (Daniel 7:23). I should point out, tattoos are not a Christian thing (Leviticus 19:28). At Cronulla, which in my view was way ahead of its time, some aggressive surfer types were emblazoned with the southern cross, and some with the words "my brothers keeper", the same tattoo mentioned in the introduction of this book, an us-vs-them play on the words of Cain, as the author puts it. So, this book explains in some detail that Australia was once very Christian, and that Christian ideas have become ingrained in the fabric of contemporary Australian culture, despite the majority of modern day Australians not professing faith in Christianity. The question now is: after Armageddon and the day of the LORD, the second coming of Jesus Christ, will Australia return to the fold?

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