The world in 2025 (according to the elites)

I’ve written before about the information provided on, and today I noted someone had looked at that post (Link), and so I went back to Deagel to see what the latest updates are. This will shock you, but just get your head around the fact that this information is the elite’s plan. It’s not a forecast based on anything but their evil plans to destroy certain countries, and bring about a one-world government.

Who exactly? The sources of Deagel’s information are none other than, and I quote:

“Sources: US Department of Defense, Department of State, CIA, World Bank and European Union.”


Let’s take a look, because it makes for interesting reading: (You can check all the info, and see the rest of the other 209 countries here: Link)

Ok, let’s start with the US


Population falls from 324 million, to 54 million? An 83.2% drop! With all the immigration going on? And look at the military budget: down from $612 billion to just $8 billion. Hmmm.

Let’s look at Russia:

Russia 2025

Russia’s population staying pretty stable. Military spending goes from $64 billion to $154 billion?! Oh, I see, these buzzards are determined to try and start WWIII?!

Now Japan. Remember that Fukushima pollutes the place still daily:


Population drop is smaller than the US, but still significant, from 127 million people down to 109 million. Military spending goes from $44 billion down to $17 billion. Wait, did Japan just overtake the US as a military world power? Hmmm

How about Germany, how do they envision (and plan) that migrant influx to help the ageing population then?

Germany 2025

Oh, so 50 million people will be lost, huh? Military spending will go from $42 billion to just $7.6 billion. France will be spending far more at $16 billion….

And my country. Li’l old England? The UK’s forecast looks appalling:


This country with just 14 million people living in it? A 78.4% drop? Military budget slashed from $51 billion to a mere $1.3 billion. What on earth do they have planned for us?

More importantly, what does God have planned for us? What are our sins, and can we turn away His wrath with sincere repentance. If our HEARTS change towards God, and we turn to Him full of remorse, He may spare us, but this judgement, should it come to pass, will be deserved.

If you are a believer, you are going to need to be ready to leave.

I don’t think there is anything else to say.

God Bless you



“White flight” and the defilement of the land

In Leviticus 18, God tells Israel:

3 After the doings of the land of Egypt, wherein ye dwelt, shall ye not do: and after the doings of the land of Canaan, whither I bring you, shall ye not do: neither shall ye walk in their ordinances.

4 Ye shall do my judgments, and keep mine ordinances, to walk therein: I am the Lord your God.

5 Ye shall therefore keep my statutes, and my judgments: which if a man do, he shall live in them: I am the Lord.

He then gives a list of sexual sins which the people must not commit. These include uncovering the nakedness of near relatives, incest, homosexuality and bestiality. These are all abominations in the sight of God, and bring the death penalty.

God makes clear that the heathen do these things, but that Israel must not:

24 Defile not ye yourselves in any of these things: for in all these the nations are defiled which I cast out before you:

25 And the land is defiled: therefore I do visit the iniquity thereof upon it, and the land itself vomiteth out her inhabitants.

26 Ye shall therefore keep my statutes and my judgments, and shall not commit any of these abominations; neither any of your own nation, nor any stranger that sojourneth among you:

27 (For all these abominations have the men of the land done, which were before you, and the land is defiled;)

28 That the land spue not you out also, when ye defile it, as it spued out the nations that were before you.

Yet, In Europe now, what do we see? We see an influx of migrants (being assisted by the satanic UN and it’s friends, like George Soros) invading our beautiful Europe. Their land is spewing them out. And what happens when whites are invaded? We leave. White flight is a known phenomenon in cities where the black population increases. Whites get up and leave. That we like to be with our own kind makes sense, but the fact that we leave also indicates that our land is defiled.

There will be ‘white flight’ following this terrible invasion. Our land will also spew us out, because of our sins and the defilement of our land. If we will not obey the voice of God, we can expect this to happen. God made clear that homosexuality and other forms of depravity are sins – that all these terrible sexual sins are to be avoided if we want to be walking in righteousness with God.

God Bless you


Time for Libertas to go into hiding?

This is Liberty, also known as Libertas (by the Romans), who may indeed be Semiramis in disguise! She is a demon god – no wonder the left are so horrified at Trump’s win that they presume to show ‘Liberty’ under threat. Hilarious! Why? Because liberty has become licence, and licence has become licentiousness in the land of the free. Time to tear down these idols, and repent!

Christian America can rise again IF, and only if, it recognises Liberty as an idol
Off you go!
Deporting an idol of a demon god? Got to be a good thing, surely?!

God Bless you


Why you’re not a Christian – clue: it’s not because of God

This is a rushed post today, but I just have to tackle this subject again from a different angle today. I just have to, because within the movement which seeks to protect the white race from the coming genocide there is a powerful propensity to wish to invoke and rely on the ‘old gods’ of Europe. This is a bad move, guys, this is a mistake – these are not gods who have any power. But unless or until you can get past your hatred of Christianity, you’ll never get to know the real God – that’s how good the church’s gatekeepers have been. They really have put you off God, yet, well, let me get started….

These are the charges so often levelled against the church – I’m going to tackle just four today. If you have more, please leave a comment, and I’ll try and answer them in another post.

1) The church is a man-made control mechanism, designed to subjugate mankind.

This is true – I can’t argue with that, and very specifically in the case of the catholic church this control extended into finance – and even down to having you killed if you disagreed with their doctrine. The problem with this argument is that the church is not an institution which God set up (no matter what they told you). Any church that points to the bible and says “This is the word of God,” and then reads it to you in Latin, and then has people killed for even owning a copy of the same book in their own language – this is not a biblical concept. So in closing, don’t blame God for what man has done in His name.

2) The bible “isn’t the word of God” – it’s been made up as part of an ancient plan to control mankind and bring us to our knees!

Really? I urge you to watch this amazing talk by Chuck Missler on the incredible structure of the Old and New Testaments and how they are so intricately created that they cannot be anything but the work of God – man is incapable of placing within a book the incredibly complex clues and signs which God has placed within the bible (and I am not talking bible codes here – it’s far even beyond that concept). Watch and you will be in awe!


3) The church is hypocritical! They say being gay is a sin, and yet they eat ham sandwiches!

I can’t argue this one – the church is hypocritical. And I agree that it is entirely hypocritical to pick and chose those parts of the Law of Moses, which Jesus Himself said would not pass away even in the smallest part, until the heavens and the earth pass away – and say that the Law is done away with, except in cases like homosexuality and witchcraft and things like that. Obviously that is hypocrisy, and you are right. Again the issue here is that you are holding the church’s hypocrisy against God. God has laid down His word, and His Law, which He says He will write in our hearts and in our minds (and yes I believe He can and does do that, because He has with me – I love His Law!).

4) But, Lis, if that’s true, aren’t you spreading hate by saying that homosexuality is a sin?

I don’t hate anyone. I hate sin. I know why God hates homosexuality – I’ve witnessed the horrible effects of anal sex – a friend of mine many years ago started on that (and this guy was straight!) and ended up very quickly having orgy sex, gay sex – his whole life revolved around getting sex. Anal sex can start off as a simple fun thing, but it seems to be a slippery slope into all kinds of carnality which isn’t what God wants for you. God is a God of love, but He is not a God who wants you to just have fun and do what comes naturally. His love is parental love – it says ‘this is right’ and ‘this is wrong’ and you get to choose. In our world we have decriminalised homosexuality, and look at the level of promiscuity today! Look how every kind of deviancy is now being not merely tolerated, but embraced!

perverts on parade 2
Does this seem OK to you? I find it very creepy!

Is that right? It is if you ignore God’s commands. If you stick with God’s commands, you at least knock such behaviour off it’s pedestal. Jesus came to show us that the Law is meant to be applied with mercy – goodness, let’s not be going around acting out mob ‘justice’ on anyone, that is not God’s way. Everything by two witnesses is established! Jesus said to the adulterous woman ‘Go and sin no more’ – that’s a good place to start when it comes to the application of the Law. We start with love, not with hate. Love the sinner, and hate the sin. So no – hate is not a part of being a good Christian, but discernment is, and we can love sinners without condoning sin, and  we can love sinners without embracing sin.

In closing – God is a God of love, but not of license. He doesn’t want you to just do whatever you want, and the reason for this is because we live in a fallen world. Satan is the god of this world – temptation is everywhere, but we have little excuse today for our failure to live right within the church – the bible is freely available in almost every language in the world. Read the book and get to know God. There will be tough passages you won’t understand, but if you trust in God He will reveal His will through that, and bring you to a place of clarity on His word.

Walking with God is a process – the most worthwhile thing I can imagine. Please don’t throw out God because of man’s church!

God Bless you


Sin, Law, Grace, Saviour, Gospel, Preacher and Church – MUST WATCH VIDEO

This little video says it all – anyone who thinks God made laws for yesterday and not for today would do well to watch this brief but excellent explanation of the reason for our faith!

While we’re at it, surely if there was no sin, there’d be no consequences of sin either? If that was true, then do we try to turn from sin? Because there are consequences of sin, and I know because I have experience of them. I praise God that in His mercy He forgave me for my sins and wiped my slate clean through His beloved Son when I REPENTED!

Have you sinned against God through disobeying His Law? Repent today, God loves you!

God Bless you


How to rebuke, when to rebuke – the story of my need for rebuke

I want to write a piece about rebuking – within the body of Christ in particular; the how to, when to and so on. This is a difficult subject, and I’ll try to be concise, however I have a story to share and it’s vital.

I was a Kinesiologist when I started visiting my local baptist church. I had lots of questions about my work as far as God was concerned, and I had fully surrendered everything in my life to Him about a year before then. I was happy to stop that work if God wanted me to, but never got that feeling, in fact my business was booming!

At the baptist church, however, I was struggling to make connections. In fact, even though the pastor had put me through his baptism class he refused me baptism on that basis – that I hadn’t made enough connections within the congregation. I told him I had tried, but that people rejected my help.

He prayed for me and when it came to my work (and let’s face it, you can’t be doing the kind of work I was doing and not pick up on people’s feelings – he disapproved of my work, and he judged it silently) he would just ask God to ‘make Elisabeth’s work go… er… the way you want it to.’ Well it kept booming – and I kept on working.

Then something happened there – a lady who I was quite close to asked me if I really felt my work was what God wanted me to do, and I naturally said ‘Yes.’ The evidence I had, said exactly that, although I still felt somewhat uneasy about it. God seemed to be prospering it and me.

Another lady there who was very ill at the time, I offered to help her – I said that if her doctor couldn’t make progress she was welcome to come to me. She drew herself up in her chair, her face taking on the unmistakable expression of offense, and told me in no uncertain terms that she believed that ‘Doctors receive special information from God.’ That was just laughable, and I knew it, but I held my peace as I was shocked. She said to me that if the doctors couldn’t fix her and it was God’s will, she would remain in pain. She never once said anything about my work being wrong, and here’s why – no, she just looked offended and that was that. I left that church feeling deeply wounded and never went back. Swiftly they all fell out of touch with me, and I then with them, and that was that.

Then I went to the Vineyard church and there I received some simple acceptance from most with regards to my work, and I also met some wonderful people who were more like me. It felt good. I had one lady (now a dear friend) ask me about my work, but her approach, being an intellectual question, got answered intellectually, and that was that. Intellectual people tend to have thought of an answer to most questions, and I had for sure. At that time I felt very secure in my view.

However, after a few months with Vineyard, something happened there, and this took me away from Vineyard – I felt God take me out of that church. I kept in touch with my lovely friend, and at one point, after God had revealed to me what was going on in my work, and I had given it up, I invited my friend and two others I had been close to in our kinship group for dinner at my house. I shared with them that I had given up my work, and changed career. One of the others immediately said that she had ‘known it was wrong.’ Yet never said a word to me while I was in her kinship!

At that point I resolved to do something to address the issue of rebuking, because if we won’t do it, we’re risking the health of the church! The very body of Christ!

Let me give you an analogy – say your body picks up a pathogenic bacteria, and say that your immune system decides to stand to one side and not make a scene! This could be catastrophic to your health! Well the body of Christ is making the same mistake here in England – I don’t know about things where you are, and maybe when you’ve read this post through, you’ll let me know your experience of this.

I am hearing from a friend that Vineyard now advises those praying for others to avoid offending them – what good will that do? NOTHING!


So to the pastor who silently judged me, and to the lady who sat in offense, and to the one who stayed silent when she ‘knew it was wrong’, I give the following advice for the future:

When faced with something which you believe to be wrong and yet you know very little about, you need to assess the Christian where they are at. I suggest that if the person is obviously intellectual, that you approach through feelings. I say this because they will get under the ‘thinking of an answer’ part of the person. Avoiding an intellectual discussion is vital when dealing with an intellectual – you are not going to win an intellectual argument with an intellectual on their own ground unless you are equipped with far more knowledge of the subject – an emotional response makes for a more effective rebuke (or would have done, I think, for me, at any rate). I recommend you say something like this:

‘Something about what you are doing doesn’t feel right to me.’

‘Something troubles me in my spirit when you talk about your work.’

‘I don’t know much about what you are doing in your work, but it concerns be because of [name or quote scripture]’

If the person is obviously involved in things which are harmful, and which you know a lot about, that is a different thing, and then it is time to do two things: Firstly I recommend you draw a group from the church to pray regularly for that person. I also recommend that you speak to them in private with a witness present and be clear and be gentle. Tell them, using scripture, what is wrong with what they are doing – make it clear, but always speak from love. If the person disagrees with you, they are free to leave. If they aren’t sure whether you are right or wrong, well, the prayer group will be the best tool to help them.

What exactly was wrong with my Kinesiology work? I was working a lot at distance – that means that I was muscle testing myself to get information for clients far away to help their health. There are two things here I will cover.

Firstly, when God prepared me to see the truth, it was four and a half years after I had surrendered my work to Him – His timing is up to Him, but it would have perhaps speeded things up had I been approached in a way which was helpful, rather than given the silent treatment. When God had got me ready to see what was going on in my work, He had me fast, and then I could see the spirit who was bringing me the information from my clients. Once I rebuked the spirit and it left, I couldn’t get any more information for my client, and although I could muscle test, there was no point. I also then recalled information given to me through muscle testing clients who were present, and realised that there was potentially an aspect of divination in the work, because some of what their muscle testing told me could not be coming purely from their subconscious. I had to stop and I did, and I repented.

Secondly, and something I realised only later, was that sin is very often a cause of illness, and when you go to the doctor or you go to a healer, they are only dealing with the symptoms of sin, even if they are treating you ‘wholistically’ – getting rid of a problem in a meridian may deal with issues which are causing an allergy or an emotional issue, but if the cause of the problem in the meridian is demonic, or if it’s sin, you haven’t helped the person AT ALL – in fact they are only going to continue in that sin.

So lastly I want to thank the two people who did question my work – that was brave and I really appreciate it, even if I was so sure at the time I was right.

Loving rebuke – questioning, or simply stating that something feels wrong about something a person is doing is all the more crucial now, as the body of Christ moves towards ever greater temptation towards deception. I know that on at least two occasions I have been put where I should have rebuked and did not, so this piece is not coming from a place of being perfect, more that being on the receiving end of no rebuke was far less helpful than had someone said something.

Please share what your church does about rebuking – I think it’s vital that we do this, as long as we do so from love, and with compassion.

God Bless you