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Bob’s Corner: Forbidden Gates

By on November 28, 2010

Be careful little eyes what you see . . .

Tom and Nita Horn’s new book, Forbidden Gates, has finally been released with all the subtlety of a heat-seeking cruise missile launched from a submarine. The evil eye on the book cover will grab your attention, but what’s inside is far more terrifying. Working in near obscurity, a new breed of scientists are busy working behind the scenes to remanufacture mankind. Let’s call it Homo sapien 2.0. We know a little about their bizarre genetic experiments, but Dolly the Sheep is yesterday’s news. Dogs, cats, mice, pigs and cows were always the innocent victims of this Dr. Frankenstein research, but science has a new guinea pig in their quest for human perfection — us!

Leon Kass, the former chairman of the President’s Council on Bioethics, says “All of the boundaries are up for grabs; boundaries between a human being and an animal and between a human being and a super being, or a God.” Boundaries? What boundaries? In 2009 the Pyrenean Ibex, an extinct form of mountain goat, was brought back to life through cloned skin samples. In 2010 a bull was brought back to life in Korea after being dead for two years! What’s next? A wooly mammoth? A T-Rex? Or the baseball great, Ted Williams, whose head was frozen cryogenically? Where does it end? Perhaps on the day that they bring a Nephilim back to life and re-introduce the world to “The Watchers.” Surely they wouldn’t do that. Or would they? Even as it was in the days of Noah …

Who dreams up this stuff? A mouse that can speak? A monkey with Down’s Syndrome? Dogs with human hands and feet? National Geographic Magazine speculated in 2007 that within ten years these types of creatures would be walking the Earth, a product of genetics gone mad. Yes, the genie is out of the bottle, but in ways that are unimaginable to our way of thinking. There is no federal law against human cloning. The experiments started with animals, but the plan for the future involves mankind. Forbidden Gates is a must read for anyone who wants to uncover the diabolical plans of the devil.

You are going to read some strange things in this book, but if you’re a fan of Tom Horn’s  books, Nephilim Stargates and Apollyon 2012, you won’t be surprised. Tom Horn is an expert on demonology. He even shares his own demonic encounters from his days in the pastorate, but the book travels far past angels and demons. It’s chock full of top-secret information, seemingly on every page. You’ll be introduced to the top-secret government agencies which fly below the radar; scientists working around the clock to create the perfect super soldier and the new breed of biologist who prefers three-strand DNA to God’s two-strand design. What’s wrong with living forever?

Why don’t we hear about the organizations working to alter the future of mankind? Ever heard of The Center for Soldier Nanotechnology? Or, The Sophia Project, a study that searches for the spirits of dead people and ghosts? How about DARPA, the military mind readers? Rumor has it that the U. S. military used “SSSS” technology (Silent Sound Spread Spectrum) in Iraq to plant voices in the heads of the enemy soldiers. “The Voice of God!”

The best one may be the follow-up study to the Human Genome Project, the Human Brain Project. Now that they’ve mapped out our DNA, they’ve focused their efforts on the brain. They’re quite interested in examining how thoughts are processed in different parts of the brain, so they can determine how moral judgments are made. Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography, they have learned how to read and then influence the brain to make certain decisions. The hot movie of the summer was Inception, a corporate espionage thriller that used all of the “new science” that is now being studied for military use. If we can plant a thought in someone’s head, can we make it real enough to cause an anticipated reaction? Can this intrusion into our brains, the last bastion of personal privacy, be stopped? According to the authors, the answer is no. If we stop our mind-bending research, someone else may get it and use it against us.

Students of prophecy know where this all started. The rebellion started when Lucifer was cast out of heaven. He appeared in the Garden of Eden, where he lured Adam and Eve into a sin that altered the human race genetically. He showed up again on Mt. Hermon with a group of perhaps 200 angels, who the Bible says, “left their first estate.” They corrupted the bloodline of mankind through a supernatural union with human women and spawned the Nephilim, the giants of the Bible. The authors point out that this was done intentionally, to “provoke the Lord.” But there’s a lot more to this story than we can see in the Scriptures. Only in this age of genetic experimentation can we fully understand what happened in ages past to the human and animal genomes. Utter satanic chaos!

The authors have penned it well. “Science is ready. Knowledge has been increased. The spiritual players are on the stage. All we need is a signal. The injection. The mark. The moment. We shall ALL be changed. Some to incorruptible bodies ready to meet the Lord. Others to corrupted genomes ready to serve the Beast.” Scientists want to reinvent our DNA to give us bigger muscles, super hearing, super smell and better vision to access an unseen world. What’s wrong with creating a better human through science? Ultimately it brings back a Garden of Eden memory. The voice of the serpent rings out and says, “Then your eyes shall be opened and ye shall be as God, knowing good and evil.” The Lord can’t be pleased. Surely the end must be near.