Texas Sue (15 Nov 2010)
"Location, location, location - Or What's Up With ......"

 
....these two guys and the places they have chosen to speak from? Realtors have a slogan about selling real estate - its all about "location, location, location". Found an interesting article on Free Republic's website that has me scratching my head and saying "hhmmmm..., what is this about?"

The article itself is a little on the dull side but it is worth the read due to the two people, EU Pres. Rompuy and Pope Benedict, and the two locations they chose to speak FROM. There is great prophetic weight to these two locations mentioned in this article and the fact that these two guys were giving speeches on the same day. (Could it be the about to be revealed AC & False Prophet?)

The new "President of the EU" (Revised Roman Empire) Herman Rompuy gave a speech at the Berlin "Pergumum Museum which houses the occult throne of Zeus called the "Seat of Satan" by Jesus in Revelations in His letter to the Christians in Pergumum, Turkey.

You will recall that when BHO lost that primary, he immediatelly flew to Berlin, aligned himself between the Tower of Victory and the Pergamum Museum (Seat of Satan) and declared himself "a citizen of the WORLD". After that he never lost again and was swept into the office of President. Many believe that he went to Berlin to draw occult power from that throne. Has Herman Rompuy positioned himself to draw that same power?

The other location, Santiago de Composetelo in Spain, involves Pope Benedict giving a speech about Europe needing a spiritual vision or the voice of god? I use a little g because due to remarks by this pope at other times, we are not sure what god he is invoking. Santiago de Compestelo is a Christian pilgrimage site that is the THIRD most holy site after Rome and Jerusalem according to Wikkipedia.

Quote:
The 1000 year old pilgrimage to the shrine of St. James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is known in English as the Way of St. James and in Spanish as the Camino de Santiago. Over 100,000 pilgrims travel to the city each year from points all over Europe and other parts of the world. The pilgrimage has been the subject of many books and television programmes, notably Brian Sewell's The Naked Pilgrim produced for UK's Five.

[edit] Pre-Christian legends
As the lowest-lying land on that stretch of coast, the city's site took on added significance. Legends supposed of Celtic origin made it the place where the souls of the dead gathered to follow the Sun across the sea. Those unworthy of going to the Land of the Dead haunted Galicia as the Santa Compaņa or Estadea, the local Wild Hunt.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santiago_de_Compostela


Here is the link to the article: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2626599/posts