Prophecy “Expert” Declares Brexit a Luciferian “Ruse”

“Internationally Recognized Prophecy Expert, Minister, Speaker and Author” Paul McGuire turns his attention to Brexit, following his publication of a book called The Babylon Code:

The Babylon Code Reveals the Elite’s Plans for a Global Government with the EU as the Model—Linking ‘Brexit,’ Donald Trump’s Anti-Globalism Campaign and the Bible’s Greatest Riddle, ‘Mystery, Babylon.’

…McGuire says Brexit is almost certainly a carefully-orchestrated ruse by the elite to usher in a European superstate, and ultimately a global superstate.

“Clearly, the voice of the working class, middle class, and what Bilderberg calls the ‘Precariat’ class has not been completely silenced… But it would be highly naïve not to assume that the Brexit was orchestrated by the elite for the benefit of the elite. The ‘Transatlantic Union’ and ‘Transatlantic Matrix’ is the biggest and most profitable business in the world, which is manufacturing global illusion and virtual reality. The core financial mechanism, which has been driving the global financial system from the Tower of Babel until today, is a Luciferian system based on sorcery and printing money from nothing.”

In other words, McGuire’s prophecy-mongering is completely unfalsifiable. Had the UK voted to remain in the EU, this would have been evidence that the “global superstate” is advancing towards its ultimate goal; instead, the leave vote proves that the elite is of course attempting to hoodwink us into thinking that the “global superstate” is not advancing towards its goal.

The Babylon Code was published earlier this year by FaithWords, a Nashville-based religious imprint owned by Hachette. It was co-written with Troy Anderson, an apocalyptically minded journalist who founded the World Prophecy Network as “a reliable source of end-times news, commentary and in-depth journalism”. Judging from Google Books, the opus does not actually address “Brexit” directly; instead, the book goes on about supposed Babylonian symbolism of the European Union and the occult significance of Schiller’s Ode to Joy.

McGuire has featured on this blog several times – most recently in 2013, when he spoke at a prophecy conference on the subject of “The Luciferian Elite: The Secret Plan For America and Prophecy”. McGuire accuses the British royal family of funding “occult-based mind control operations” and “the Rothschilds” of placing “Illuminati and Satanic symbols all over the monetary systems, governments and corporations”. He also claims that occultists are cloning a “master race” and creating body parts for the “super rich” in secret underground laboratories.

Is such a fringe figure worthy of consideration? Apparently, McGuire is “a frequent guest on the Fox News Network and CNN”, and it should be noted that FaithWords publishes books written or approved many mainstream American evangelical leaders. Inevitably, he has also been promoted by WND, whose editor, Joseph Farah, was previously sought out personally by Donald Trump during Trump’s “birther” phase. McGuire also has a radio show, where his topics have included promoting (in collaboration with Doug Hagmann’s “Northeast Intelligence Network” – previously blogged here) Russ Dizdar’s allegations of widespread Satanic Ritual Abuse.

Anderson, meanwhile, is an executive director of Charisma, a central vehicle of Steve Strang’s evangelical/Pentecostal media empire.

McGuire appears to have an ambivalent view of “the left” – on the one hand, the Occupy movement is a conspiracy created the Tavistock Institute using depth psychology and funded by George Soros, yet in his book he sought out the opinions of none other than Noam Chomsky; the book is described as

a five-year journalistic investigation involving more than 100 interviews with the world’s most notable experts on politics, economics, science and eschatology ranging from Billy Graham and Dr. Tim LaHaye to MIT Professor Noam Chomsky and Princeton University Professor Martin Gilens…

2 Responses

  1. On the basis that nobody can be wrong all the time, suggesting the Brexit vote involved members of the elite persuading the Precariat to vote against its own best interests seem incontestable.
    Plus I have no difficulty aligning Farage, Gove and Johnson with Beelzebub, Ashtaroth and Lucifer (in any order).
    But End Times? Meh

  2. Of course this opposes the US religious right which actually supports Brexit. See Peter Montgomery’s article in Religion Dispatches below.

    http://religiondispatches.org/brexit-boosters-why-the-religious-right-hates-the-european-union/

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