July 16, 2019

Myths of the “Eastern Puma” Shall Deceive, Even The Elect

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Once again it appears many are acting as though “we’re all gonna die,” due to actions by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The USFWS announced just the other day that a Final Rule had been published that would officially declare the “Eastern Puma” extinct. This action shouldn’t have come as any surprise as it has been in the works for years with the USFWS, by law, providing every opportunity for anyone to get involved in the process and offer comments, opinions, and yes, even an occasional scientific report about the effort.

I was reading from an Online newspaper out of Connecticut about “The Story, The Myth, That Never Dies.” This is, of course, about the ongoing belief that the Eastern Cougar is alive and well. Perpetuated by these illusions are the notions that people see them everywhere; they have proof. American people, with their bred-into-them perversions about animals, want to believe, at all costs, void of even sanity, that wild animals, such as the Eastern mountain lion, are living in their backyards. Maybe it’s a desire, an uncontrolled want to have a spiritual connection with something. Why do people act this way?

When I was a young boy growing up and forced to attend Church and Sunday School several times a week, I heard spoken many things about the Bible. Even at the age of 10, I would ask myself, in a way that only a 10-year-old could ask, “Why would anybody be so stupid to do something like that?”

Here’s an example of what I mean. Often I was subjected to the book of Matthew, Chapter 24, specifically verses 24 – 26. Here it is written where Yeshuah is telling his disciples of things that will happen in the Latter Days. He tells them that there will be false Christs and false prophets, some that will “show great signs and wonders.” He also says that people will tell you to go here and go there for at these places you will find those who do “great signs and wonders,” and that they will “deceive even the elect.” “Don’t go,” He tells them. Don’t be deceived.

And yes, at 10 I asked how could anybody be so stupid. I asked myself those same questions about many prophecies in the Bible. 56 years later, I understand. With an understanding of the animal perversion of Americans, and I suppose most Westerners in general, these people want so badly to believe that when someone tells them there are wild animals in the woods that do amazing things, they blindly and willingly follow. They may never actually see these creatures but they will believe and never give it up.

If Yeshuah told us even the elect will be deceived about false prophets and false messiahs, surely many will be deceived about wild animals and pets, that do amazing things. If the love and care people show their pets and wild animals could be exchanged for love and care of the fellow man, wouldn’t the world we live in be different? Imagine if they put the same effort into getting people to know and understand the real Creator.

With all this in mind, reading the article about the ongoing myths about mountain lions and their existence gives us new meaning.

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