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Seattle Proud Of The Dung Heap

Therefore, “Beelzebul” is essentially the “feces god” and this demon is proud of his pile of poop.

The term “Beelzebul” refers to the “Lord of dung”. The ancient Philistines worshipped an idol known as “Baal-zebub” which translates to “Lord of the flies” according to Jewish scripture (2 Kings 1:2-3). However, it is believed by most biblical scholars that the actual name of the idol was “Baal-zebul” or “Baal the prince”.  Over time, the name evolved from “Lord of the flies” to “Lord of dung”, which became a derogatory nickname for the devil among Jews and Christians. Therefore, “Beelzebul” is essentially the “feces god” and this demon is proud of his pile of poop.

Seattle continues to take pride in everything unclean. Washington State passes law after law that are so vague as to beg full corruption. The Democrats who are in charge are hell bent on destroying the whole State of Washington with their hate toward goodness, morals, freedom of speech, womb life and due process of law.

Governor Jay Inslee of Washington State and Attorney General Fentanyl (Bob) Ferguson are rebelling against not just the spirit of the law, but the letter of Constitutional Law. Denying Christians Constitutional protections while attacking Christian Grandmothers who will not arrange flowers according to the dictates of Washington State. Indeed, Washington State Attorney General Fentanyl (Bob) Ferguson is so radical for self-advancement that he helped dismantle the Constitution of the United States law to protect the borders. Thus he is  glorying in Fentanyl destroying many an individual while decaying society as a whole.

From the decaying Seattle city structure ti the stealing of children from parents while pursuing oppressive laws, their glory is their shame. After all, like the demon Beelzebub who would, except a sinful state, relish their dung? The voters of Washington State and the Democratic ill-conceived leadership think with their stomachs rather than their minds. What passes through the stomach becomes the dung heap of Seattle and Washington State.

Those in power should reconsider and repent of minds that are focused only on earthly things.

Their destiny is destruction, their god is their stomach, and their glory is in their shame. Their mind is on earthly things. (Philippians 3:19)

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Demon Beelzebub

But some of them said, “By Beelzebub, the prince of demons, he is driving out demons.” (Luke 11:15)

Beelzebub, also known as Beelzebul or Belzebuth, is a major demon in some Abrahamic religions and was originally a Philistine god worshipped in Ekron. The name Beelzebub is linked to the Canaanite god Baal. In Christian theology, Beelzebub is considered another name for Satan and is one of the seven deadly demons, representing gluttony and envy. The Dictionnaire Infernal describes Beelzebub as the “Lord of the Flyers” or the “Lord of the Flies” who is capable of flying. The Books of Kings (2 Kings 1:2–3, 6, 16) in Hebrew Scriptures refer to Beelzebub as Ba’al-zəbûb, which is a title used for a specific god worshipped by the Philistines.

Beelzebub is a name that originates from a Philistine god who was worshipped in Ekron and later adopted by some Abrahamic religions as a major demon. The name Beelzebub is associated with the Canaanite god Baal. Beelzebub is known in demonology as one of the seven deadly demons or seven princes of Hell, representing gluttony and envy. In Christian theological sources, Beelzebub is another name for Satan. The Dictionnaire Infernal describes Beelzebub as a being that is capable of flying, known as the “Lord of the Flyers” or the “Lord of the Flies”. The name Beelzebub can be found in the Hebrew Scriptures, specifically in the Books of Kings, where it refers to a deity worshipped by the Philistines.


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Decaying Seattle

See, the day of the Lord is coming -a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger- to make the land desolate and destroy the sinners within it. (Isaiah 13:9)

Seattle, a major city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, has a rich and diverse history. The area was originally inhabited by Native American tribes, including the Duwamish, Suquamish, and Snohomish peoples. In 1851, a group of settlers arrived and established a village, which they named Seattle in honor of Chief Si’ahl of the Duwamish tribe.

During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Seattle grew rapidly due to its location as a major port city. The Klondike Gold Rush of 1897 brought thousands of prospectors through Seattle on their way to Alaska, and the city became a hub for shipping and trade in the region.

Today, Seattle is a dying and decaying city because of the hate mongering of Governor Jay Inslee of Washington State.


Judgmental Earthquakes

Then there came flashes of lightning, rumblings, peals of thunder and a severe earthquake. No earthquake like it has ever occurred since man has been on earth, so tremendous was the quake. (Revelation 16:18)

Washington Earthquakes: Would Seattle be caught unaware?

The first European on record to have landed on the Washington State coast arrived in 1774. That’s an important date, which we will come to in a moment. As history has shown, settlers discovered a vibrant land they were keen to make their own. The state seemed perfect, with some of the best land available. Many cities have grown between the coast and the Cascade Mountains to the east, including Olympia, Tacoma, and Seattle.

While many environmental hazards impact the region, including severe storms, wildfires, and tornadoes, it was later discovered that earthquakes were a moderate risk to property in the area.

Washinton State region experiences a magnitude 5 to 6.5 earthquake every few years, with only an occasional respite that can last up to 10 to 15 years. To understand how earthquakes are measured, it’s essential to comprehend that the Richter scale is logarithmic. This scale means that a magnitude 6 earthquake is around 33 times more intense than a magnitude 5.

The typical magnitude for these quakes is between 5.0 and 6.7. To put that in perspective, Japan experiences regular earthquakes at magnitudes between 7.1 and 9. Each step up in magnitude means the earthquake is 33 times as powerful as the previous step. Therefore, Japan suffers quakes between one thousand and thirty-six thousand times more powerful.

One of the earliest details records of earthquakes was particularly fierce, with an estimated magnitude of between 6.5 and 7.5. It was felt widely and centered around Lake Chelan, WA. It was felt over three hundred and ninety thousand square miles and caused landslides and groundwater disturbances. Near Seattle, a fissure split the ground, and the chimney stacks of properties were shaken and rotated while glass from windows smashed.

Many more earthquakes have been recorded since, thankfully, with generally lower magnitudes and a mercifully low death rate. Over the one hundred and fifty years since records began, only a few people per earthquake have died (often, no one is killed or injured). On the other hand, property damage has climbed financially as the population density has increased. In 1946 the property damage from an earthquake was estimated at around $250,000 (in 1946 money). A few short years later, and in 1949 an estimated total of $25 million of damage was caused to the Olympia, Seattle, and Tacoma area, yet just 8 deaths were recorded.

In the last recorded significant earthquake in 2001, centered on Nisqually, property damage estimates ran between £2-4 billion, yet not a single death was directly related to the earthquake.

So, what gives? Are earthquakes really something we need to worry about in the Washington State area? The short answer is yes, there is a serious concern for the region and its inhabitants, and the reason is frankly terrifying!

To understand what the future holds, we need to look at the history of the area once again. At the top of this article, we pointed out that Europeans didn’t land in the Washington area until 1774. Why was that date important? Well, just 74 years earlier, a devastating incident occurred that we were unaware of until very recently.
Geology is a beautiful but often overlooked science. As our technology and understanding have increased over time, so has our awareness of the dangers held in the rocky tectonic plates upon which we live.

On the west coast of America, the Pacific plate pushes past the North American plate, amongst many others, but along the Washington and Oregon coast, that plate is driving a smaller plate, the Juan De Fuca, under the North American Plate. As a result of this, the denser oceanic plate is sinking beneath the more buoyant continental plate. But it’s not a smooth journey, and for many hundreds of years the friction of this process has been quietly pushing up the Cascade mountains. The mountains rise only a few millimeters per year while becoming more compressed as they are pressed eastward.

The problem is that this cannot go on indefinitely, and while the rock may be solid, it is still somewhat plastic, meaning geologic forces can reshape it. Like anything held under intense pressure, eventually, something has to give. Geologists have discovered evidence that in 1700, a monstrous earthquake occurred, releasing the pent-up stress in the area with a shock that hit between magnitude 8.7 and 9.2, shunting the land west of the cascades back in a westerly direction, and more worryingly, dropping it several feet.
When this occurred, it created a seven-hundred-mile tsunami surge that swamped the region and sent another tsunami racing across the Pacific to hit Japan. While this event did not impact any European, Native American traditional tales talk of shaking and flooding along the Cascadia coastline. Their stories speak of the eradication of the Vancouver Island’s Pachena Bay people and a land that “sank at once” and “all drowned; not one survived.”

Dangers to Seattle

The dangers to Seattle, and other nearby cities, cannot be overstated. Scientists have now established that the 1700 earthquake is part of a recurrence cycle that happens every two hundred and forty-three years. Yet, it’s been three hundred and fifteen years since that date and is overdue.

For Seattle, the damage will occur in several ways. In the initial shock, houses will slide from their foundations, as those foundations take a sharp jolt towards the west, leaving homes partly or wholly destroyed.

  • Geologists suggest there is the potential for up to thirty thousand landslides in the Seattle region alone.

Geologists suggest there is the potential for up to thirty thousand landslides in the Seattle region alone, which will bury people and property, but off roads, rail, and communication.

During the shaking, up to 15 percent of Seattle land will undergo liquefaction, a process where solid ground temporarily acts like a liquid, causing properties to sink into the ground. In Seattle, thousands of homes sit upon such land, along with seventeen day-care centers. Between the quicksand and the landslides, hundreds, if not thousands, of people will be killed or trapped, awaiting rescuers that will never come.

Caught unaware, many survivors will be standing around, trying to assist neighbors, or contacting loved ones. Only a few will know what’s coming next, even as fires break out amongst the debris. Those wise few have between 10-30 minutes to get as far uphill as possible, but there will be nowhere to go for most people in Seattle, especially with the roads already cut or clogged.

Everyone inside the Interstate 5 corridor is at risk as a wall of water hundreds of miles long races over the land and swamps all the coastal cities of Washington State. For the three-quarters of a million people living in Seattle and those residing elsewhere along the coast, the tsunami that washes over them will be the last thing they see.

What can be done?

Humans live a short, finite life span. This brevity allows us to populate areas that are going to kill hundreds of thousands of people, eventually. We live on the flanks of volcanos, flood plains, hurricane and tornado torn regions, and many earthquake hotspots. We choose to believe that it won’t happen on our watch.

While it is possible to improve earthquake and tsunami defenses, change building codes, or mark clear routes to higher ground, when the big one hits, Seattle will, by and large, be destroyed. There will be few survivors. And a few short months later, Americans will move in to begin the clean-up and rebuilding unless some incredibly insistent bill can be introduced to prevent it.

The current prediction for a significant jump in the southern end of the Cascade mountains within the next fifty years is calculated at one in three.

The odds of complete regression of the land, with accompanying monster earthquake, is one in ten.

God’s judgment of Seattle is long overdue and is fully justified. Consider repenting today that you might escape the judgement that will assuredly fall upon this corrupt generation of leaders in Washington State.

With many other words he warned them; and he pleaded with them, “Save yourselves from this corrupt generation.” (Acts 2:40)


Any, and all, political points communicated on The Consider Podcast have zero to do with attempting to influence votes and legislation. Instead, the listener is highly encouraged to walk on water with Jesus. To walk above today’s wild foaming political waves until God’s government takes control. For more information, read John 6:19 and Isaiah 9:6.

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