1. Leviticus chapter 21 - unblemished

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    from Ray HooRay / Added

    Leviticus chapter 21 is about having an unblemished priest & sacrifice. The international priest ( the false prophet ) in the tribulation will be satanically blemished. He will be an abomination to Jesus & those who refuse the mark of the antichrist/beast

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    • ROME

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      from Mathieu Ruffray / Added

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      40km à pieds en 2jours et des poussières au travers de Rome et de ses monuments. GoPro shootage only. Sur la base de la vidéo "MOVE" que je trouve sublime. Movie by Mathieu Ruffray

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      • Munich '72

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        "Accord­ing to Bonn’s offi­cial doc­u­men­ta­tion of the event, the Pales­tin­ian Black Sep­tem­ber ter­ror group car­ried out its deadly mis­sion with “pre­ci­sion.” But the Ger­man author­i­ties knew the Black Sep­tem­ber was a badly pre­pared group that barely man­aged to find hotel rooms in Munich, Der Spiegel stated. As far back as August 14, 1972, three weeks before the mas­sacre, the Ger­man Embassy in Beirut reported to Bonn that an infor­mant had talked about Pales­tin­ian plans for “an inci­dent” dur­ing the Olympics, accord­ing to the report. Four days later, the For­eign Min­istry in Bonn told the secret service’s Munich branch about this and advised author­i­ties to “take all pos­si­ble secu­rity measures.” Need­less to say, the nec­es­sary secu­rity mea­sures were never taken. The report revealed, for instance, that the ter­ror­ists were strolling by the apart­ments of the Israeli ath­letes with­out any­body stop­ping them from doing so. All these facts are miss­ing from the offi­cial doc­u­men­ta­tion of the Ger­man government. The offi­cial doc­u­men­ta­tion also con­ceals the fact that the Munich pros­e­cu­tion inves­ti­gated the city’s police chiefs for sus­pected neg­li­gent homi­cide, the mag­a­zine reported. “Mutual accu­sa­tions should be avoided, as well as self-criticism,” a For­eign Min­istry offi­cial told a spe­cial cab­i­net ses­sion just two days after the deadly attack. “From that moment on, this appar­ently became the motto of the gov­ern­ments in Bonn and Munich,” the mag­a­zine wrote." "Although the Munich attack involved mul­ti­ple mur­ders, the lan­guage in the files oddly down­plays what hap­pened there. Then-Chancellor Brandt is quoted as say­ing that the Olympic mas­sacre was a “crazy inci­dent,” while Paul Frank, a state sec­re­tary in the For­eign Min­istry, refers to it sim­ply as the “events in Munich.” Diplo­mats and senior Inte­rior Min­istry offi­cials upgraded the sta­tus of Black Sep­tem­ber by call­ing it a “resis­tance group” — as if its acts of ter­ror had been directed against Hitler and not Israeli civilians. At the For­eign Min­istry, in par­tic­u­lar, some offi­cials were appar­ently very sym­pa­thetic to the Pales­tini­ans. Wal­ter Nowak, the Ger­man ambas­sador to Lebanon, once told Abu Youssef that the Ger­mans were a peo­ple “with a sub­stan­tial num­ber of refugees,” because of the fact that eth­nic Ger­mans had been expelled from parts of Cen­tral and East­ern Europe after World War II. (Nowak him­self was born in Sile­sia, which is now part of Poland, back when it belonged to Ger­many.) This, he added, made them more under­stand­ing of the Pales­tin­ian sit­u­a­tion than other nations. . . . . . . . It is clear that the Fed­eral Crim­i­nal Police Office (BKA) coop­er­ated with the PLO, as evi­denced by a telex from the embassy in Beirut report­ing on a meet­ing between Hindi and a BKA offi­cial on June 14, 1980. Accord­ing to the mes­sage, Hindi com­plained that the press had got­ten wind of the con­nec­tions between the PLO and the BKA. He also claimed that the leak was on the Ger­man side. An indis­cre­tion like this could jeop­ar­dize coop­er­a­tion, Hindi threat­ened, telling the BKA offi­cial that either the two orga­ni­za­tions “con­tinue work­ing together in secret, or not at all.” When the Black Sep­tem­ber ter­ror­ists left the Olympic site in heli­copters in order to fly to the air­port to meet their plane, there were 5 terrorists. When the stand-off and shoot­ings hap­pened at the air­port, there were sud­denly 8 ter­ror­ists. (Ital­ics added.) The 3 extra ter­ror­ists took the Israeli Mossad Chief, who was present at the air­port, by sur­prise. He ques­tioned the Ger­mans on this, and did not get a clear expla­na­tion. (Because they were the Ger­man con­tacts, already in the heli­copters wait­ing at the Olympic site. It was these three that sur­vived the shoot­ing and were later released — the oth­ers were expendable). Despite requests for secu­rity of the Israeli team before the inci­dent, Ger­man police laughed off the need for secu­rity for the team say­ing it was “not in the Olympic spirit”. Despite know­ing their own plan for sup­pos­edly retriev­ing the hostages included snip­ing the ter­ror­ists at the air­port, the Ger­mans did not bring any rifles. They were armed with pis­tols and machi­nen­pis­tol [sub-machine guns–D.E.]. This meant that when they opened fire, “Ger­man bul­lets were spray­ing about”, poten­tially includ­ing the pos­si­bil­ity that some of the ath­letes were actu­ally shot by Ger­mans. . . . (Ital­ics added.)

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        • Vatican Unveils Pope's Schedule for First U.S. Visit

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          (Aired June 30, 2015 on NY1 and Time Warner Cable News stations) Pope Francis is expected to make his first trip to the United States in September. Tuesday morning, the Vatican released the official schedule for the Pontiff’s upcoming visit. As Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett explains, it includes stops at major sites in D.C., New York and Philadelphia. When Pope Francis visits the United States in late September, it won’t just be his first trip as the head of the Catholic Church; it’ll be his first time ever stepping foot in the country. "So this will be his first encounter with us as well as our first encounter with him," said John Carr, director of Georgetown University's Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life. The six-day papal trip kicks off in Washington D.C., the evening of Sept. 22. The next morning, President Barack Obama will welcome him at a White House ceremony. Later, at the National Shrine, Pope Francis will canonize Junipero Serra -- who founded missions in California and Texas. The following day, Pope Francis will become the first Pope to ever address a joint meeting of Congress. "He’s going to make everybody uncomfortable. You know, one time talking about the unborn, another time talking about the undocumented; one time talking about the family, another time talking about environment," Carr said. From Washington, Pope Francis will head to New York City to address the UN General Assembly, visit the World Trade Center site and hold mass at Madison Square Garden. He’ll round out his trip in Philadelphia. That’s where he’ll attend the World Meeting of Families. It's a massive conference focused on family and faith. And in a speech at Independence Hall, the Vatican says the pope will address the plight of immigrants. “If he speaks about economic justice, and if he speaks about opening the doors of our churches, and synagogues and mosques for more inclusion -- that, to me, is the game changer," said Sister Mary Scullion, the chair of the Papal Visit Hunger and Homelessness Committee. He'll also visit inmates at a Philadelphia prison. “I think it’s unusual and historic that we will see a pope visiting places like prisons and shelters and immigrants and those who are really on the margins of our society," Scullion said. The pontiff will cap his whirlwind trip by leading Sunday mass on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. As many as 2 million people are expected to attend.

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          • WHO ARE THE SITH?

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            • Italy virtual Tour - Eddie's Fun

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              You can now visit Italy before you visit Italy!! Thanks to this 3D satellite map, you can take a virtual tour of this fabulous country in seconds. If your Italian vacation has not been fully planned, feel free to use this Eddie's Fun app to adventure throughout Italy. These are actual satellite images! We couldn't stop with our website photography because we must get you as close to the "real thing" as possible. Although it's nice to see the beautiful beaches of Naples, its much better to experience them live. So you can also browse the tour section of this app to find the perfect tour fit for your vacation. If you're planning on traveling to Italy soon, look no further because our tours are specifically designed for connecting vacationers to the real local scene in Rome. You will eat, see, and enjoy like the Italian natives! Get your passport ready as we worked hard to bring you closer to Italy with our personal tips and actual images of this app that will lead you to an unforgettable experience!

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              • Sign of the Time

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                Sign of the Time by Jonathan Bryant

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                • Shalom Tidings: June/July 2015 Issue

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                  God's Love Is A Free Gift Subscribe to 'Shalom Tidings' magazine today! Visit www.ShalomWorld.org/tidings A publication of Shalom Media USA Inc. 211 East Wisconsin Road Edinburg, Texas 78539 Office: (215) 366-3031 tidings@shalomworld.org

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                  • PRIVATE CHOIR PERFORMANCE

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