Prince Charles' hologram to appear at conference

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Written by Chris Perver  
Sunday, 23 December 2007 09:32

This link from my friend Olli-Pekka. The United Kingdom's Prince Charles is to appear at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi next month, in a new drive to promote renewable sources of energy. But following recent criticism of pop-stars, Al "Big Foot" Gore (his carbon footprint) and even the Prince himself, all of whom hired private jets to fly around the world promoting the religion of global warming, Prince Charles will not be attending the summit in person. But a holographic image of him will attend the summit, saving around 15 tonnes of carbon emissions and hopefully proving the point that Prince Charles practices what he preaches.

Quote: "Instead, a three-dimensional image of the Prince will be seen giving a five-minute talk. Charles recorded the message at Highgrove last month. It will be transformed into a hologram-style image using technology based on a Victorian music-hall technique called "ghosting". A video projector will beam an image of the Prince on to the floor. It is then reflected up on to a paper-thin sheet of foil to create an optical illusion that makes him appear as a 3-D image on stage. Former US Vice-President Al Gore used similar technology to appear as a hologram at Wembley Stadium at the beginning of the Live Earth concerts earlier this year.

Following the reformation, the British monarchy adopted the title "Defender of the Faith", seemingly to express their opposition to Popish rule over England. But the title was originally given to King Henry VIII by the Pope himself for the king's treatise against the reformer Martin Luther. Prince Charles has made it clear that if he is ever crowned King of England, he wants to be known as "Defender of Faiths" - plural. For Prince Charles is heavily into the New Age movement, and this is also the reason for his strong support of conservationalism. In Brazil they have made a bronze image of a god-like Prince Charles, complete with angelic wings and loin-cloth, subtitled "Saviour of the World". Prince Charles also claims to be of the bloodline of Jesus Christ, and the most direct descendant of the ancient King of the Holy Roman Empire, Charlemagne. It was this claim that led him to submit a request to the European Commission to be crowned King of Europe, but his request was turned down.

I personally doubt whether Prince Charles will be the Antichrist, but there is no doubt he may be an antichrist. News about holographic images of world leaders reminds us of that passage in the book of Revelation, where the false prophet will manufacture an image of the Antichrist. His image will have the power of speech and appear to have some sort of artificial intelligence. Of course a hologram can't kill you, and so perhaps this image would need to be either robotic in nature, or at least be demonically controlled.

Revelation 13:14-15
And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live. And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.

Prince Charles claims to be of the bloodline of Jesus Christ. We know that can't be possible. But praise God we can claim something more infinitely precious. We are bought by His blood (Revelation 5:9). Have you been washed in the blood of the Lamb? Trust in Him for salvation today.

Source Daily Mail, Cutting Edge

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