Phone location data aggregated by data firm X-Mode Social with data-visualization group Tectonix showed the movement of mobile devices across the country from one Fort Lauderdale beach during spring break.
See the animated display on the Tectonix Twitter feed.STOP THE TRACKING (WHILE YOU CAN)
A study in Rome tracked Italy’s Covid-19 deaths on March 17 and found 99% had pre-existing conditions. Only 3 victims out of 355 had no other chronic illnesses.
More than 75% had high blood pressure.
A timeline and infographic look at President Trump’s impeachment, Russia, Ukraine, Burisma and Joe Biden’s threat to withhold aid.
Mark Zaid, the whistleblower’s lawyer, was prophetic in his January 31, 2017 tweet: “#coup has started. First of many steps. #rebellion. #impeachment will follow ultimately.”
The Pope has changed the Lord’s Prayer from Matthew 6:13. (Ucatholic.com)
“lead us not into temptation” is now…
“do not let us fall into temptation”
Vatican officials claim the original English translation implied God induced tempation. Yet God does tempt man, as told in the stories of Job and the Binding of Isaac.
Why this matters: Communists, marxists, globalists, socialists, humanists, progressives and modernists believe man can be kept from temptation by force. A one world government can create heaven on earth with politically correct social justice. Obey the state. God is not needed.
Modernists, and also progressives, use their terms as a disguise, in order to falsely brand opponents as against moral improvement.
Pope Francis has reportedly abandoned the concept of Hell and has given a speeches saying “everything will be saved. Everything.” (Lifesitenews.com)
In the graphic: Pope Francis has been recorded on tape and photographed carrying a wiccan stang at Synod of Bishops and wearing the hammer and sickle in Bolivia. His establishment in 2016 of a social justice department in the Vatican makes more dire sense. (Thetablet.co.uk)
On May 13, 1917 the Virgin Mary was said to appear at Fatima, Portugal to three shepherd children.