Revival is the restoration of the Church to a vital and fervent relationship with the Lord after a period of moral decline. Every revival has a unique focus: testimony, healing, charismatic gifts or preaching. But the main focus is always repentance (a turning from sin), restitution/repair and renewal. Sometimes only Church members are revived, but often non-Christians in the surrounding community also convert. No true revival has ever begun without people praying first. Format of playlist is: 1) video about revival, 2) revival hymn or worship song, 3) sermon jam or sermon by Leonard Ravenhill, a Anglo-American speaker/author who focused on revival.
The original Roman Catholic mass. How Vatican II and changes to the Mass were caused by modernist theologians (some of whom were Freemasons) and by two ecumenical popes (John XXIII and Paul VI). Why the New Mass (Novus Ordo) is invalid. Why Vatican II teachings are opposed to Church dogma. Council of Trent. Talks by Fr. Anthony Cekada on specific changes to Mass throughout playlist. Talks by Fr. Gregory Hesse, Fr. Calvin Goodwin, Fr. Benedict Hughes, Most Rev. Donald J. Sanborn. Latin Mass explained. Most Latin Masses found toward bottom of playlist. Eleven (11) Roman Catholic cardinals and one prelate (Annibale Bugnini) changed the Mass (Consilium ad exsequendam Constitutionem de Sacra Liturgia, 1963-1970) and stripped it of mentioning sin, Hell, sacrifice, miracles, the saints and other teachings. There are four (4) groups of Traditional Catholics who celebrate the Latin Mass: those in communion with Rome (e.g., Society of Saint Pius X), those not in communion with Rome (e.g., Society of Saint Pius V), the Sedevacantists (people who believe there is no valid pope) and Conclavists (e.g., Palmarians and David Bawden).
Currently, nearly 700,000 Americans (and 3.4 million people worldwide) are victims of a 24/7 secret program of Cointelpro (surveillance; discrediting/defamation; infiltration and disruption of your personal life), organized group stalking, psychological abuse and manipulation, and physical abuse via electronic harassment. These victims are called TARGETED INDIVIDUALS. People become Targeted Individuals for various reasons. Some are government whistleblowers. Some activists. Some are spouses or ex-girlfriends of military service men. Others are simply hated by an employer or a local company. They are placed on a Threat Assessment List using Occupational Health & Safety laws. Then, law enforcement begins an "ongoing investigation" about the person to justify surveillance, electronic harassment and organized stalking. The goal is to isolate you and push you to commit suicide, to do something to get yourself hospitalized with a mental illness, or to do something criminal that lands you in jail or that gives law enforcement a reason to kill you. Victims have tried to contact police, the FBI & politicians for help - all to no avail. The Program is implemented by various public and private groups - local police & sheriffs, local fire departments, city maintenance workers, NSA, DHS, doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, private detectives, private military or security contractors (PMCs or PMSCs), churches and private associations. They also enlist everyday people in your community using Neighborhood Watch programs as a cover for abusive activity toward the TI. Targeted Individuals have speculated about who ultimately leads this program - FBI, CIA, NSA, DHS, others - but nobody really knows.
On July 2, 1937 at midnight, aviatrix Amelia Earhart & her navigator, Fred Noonan, departed from Lae, Papua New Guinea in a Lockheed Electra on what would have been the longest world flight. Their goal was to land on tiny Howland Island around 8:00 am to rendezvous with the USCGC Itasca for a re-fueling. They never arrived. There are several theories as to why Earhart and Noonan disappeared. 1) Crash & Sink Theory. This theory says that the Electra was under-fueled, ran out of gas & that Earhart & Noonan ditched & sank. 2) Gardner Island (Nikumaroro) Theory. This belief says that, running out of fuel, Earhart turned to the Southeast & landed on Nikumaroro in the Phoenix Island chain. They landed on a strip of beach near the shipwrecked USS Norwich City, tried to survive on the island, but perished. 3) Spies for FDR Theory. This theory proposes that Earhart was approached by the OSS (CIA) &/or War Department & agreed to use her plane to photograph the Japanese military buildup in the Marshall Islands. She switched her Lockheed Electra 10 in Miami FL for an Electra 12 (now an XC-35) outfitted with photographic equipment in the belly. She was supposed to turn North, photograph some islands, then continue to Howland Island. She & Noonan were captured by the Japanese, taken to the prison on Saipan, & either died from illness or were executed. 4) New Britain Theory. This theory states that, low on fuel, Earhart decided to turn back mid-flight & tried to reach the airfield in Rabaul, New Britain, Papua New Guinea. But she crashed in a jungle 40 miles southwest of Rabaul. 5) She Survived & Assumed Another Identity (Irene Craigmile Bolam) Theory. This theory claims that Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan landed in the Mili Atoll (on Chiburon Island), were picked up by the Japanese, taken to Jaluit Atoll for medical care, & survived in Japan for several years. Earhart & Noonan may have helped the Japanese build their Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter aircraft &/or their domestic airline industry. Documentation has been seen suggesting that Earhart requested Japanese citizenship in August 1939. Amelia was rescued from Weihsien Compound, a prison in north China, in August 1945. She changed her name to Irene Craigmile, the name of a friend who died in the 1930s, & married Guy Bolam of England. She lived a full life in Newark, New Jersey & died in 1982.