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    Post  SuiGeneris on Fri Jan 11, 2013 12:54 am

    The prophecy of Jean de Jerusalem


    Jean of Jerusalem was born not long after the year 1000 AD. Historians think that his parents may have been pilgrims on the road to Saint James of Compostellain Spain. These pilgrims came mostly from Germany, France and Italy and traveled for months, or even years. John was probably born during one of these pilgrimages and, as often happened in those days, was given to the Benedictine monks at Vezelay (Burgundy) on the return journey. The monks describe him as “child of the Monastery, son of Burgundy, soldier of Christ in the Holy Land”, where he lived for about twenty years, participating in the conquest of Jerusalem, and writing his prophecies. The manuscript mentions that “he often retired to the desert to meditate, where the sky and the earth meet”. He wrote in the margin of his manuscript: “the book of Prophecies is a secret protocol”.

    He was one of the founders of the Order of the Temple, and died around 1120, at the age of 77. I have translated his prophecies from the original French. There may be some who would question my translation. I would be happy to hear from them. The original language is not coded and, apart from John’s difficulty in describing modern things (of which he does a pretty good job) is very easy to understand.

    There are forty prophecies. Numbers one to thirty all begin with “When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins…” and describe today’s world with astonishing accuracy. Numbers thirty-one to forty all begin with “In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand…” and describes what comes right after those dark ages and that is known in John's revelation as the 1000 years kingdom.

    I would love to go directly to the prophecies for this Golden Age but, for the sake of the credibility of John of Jerusalem, I think that I should start from the beginning. Once we see, and recognize, the picture which he paints of us as we are now, we should be more inclined to believe his optimism about our future.




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    "I see and I know what will be. I am the Scribe"


    1
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Gold will be in the Blood.
    Whoever looks at the sky will calculate how to profit from it
    Whoever enters the Temple will meet merchants
    The Rulers will be money-changers and usurers
    The Sword will defend the Serpent.

    But fire will be smouldering
    Each town will be Sodom and Gomorrah
    And the children of the children
    Will become the fiery swarm
    They will raise up the old banners.


    2
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Man will have peopled the Heavens and the Earth and the Seas with his Creatures
    He will want the powers of God
    He will know no limit

    But each thing will turn against him
    He will stagger like a drunken king
    He will gallop like a blind knight
    And with his spurs he will push his mount into the forest
    At the end of the road will be the fall.


    3
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Towers of Babel will rise in all corners of the Earth
    That one will be Rome and this one will be Byzance
    The fields will be emptyThe only law will be that of oneself and one’s clan

    But the Barbarians will be in the city
    There will not be enough bread for everyone
    And games will no longer be sufficient
    Then people with no future
    Will light great fires.


    4
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Hunger will squeeze the stomachs of so many men
    And cold will turn blue so many hands
    That these people will want to see another world
    And dream-merchants will come who will offer them the poison.

    But it will destroy bodies and rot souls
    And those who will have mixed the poison with their blood
    Will be like wild beasts caught in a trap
    And will kill and rape and extort and steal
    And life will become an everyday apocalypse.


    5
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Each person will seek as much sexual pleasure as he can
    The man will repudiate his wife as many times as he marries
    And the woman will go from place to place taking whomever pleases her
    Giving birth without giving the Father’s name

    But no educator will guide the child
    And each one among the others will be alone
    Tradition will be lost
    The Law will be forgotten
    As if the Annunciation had never been made and man
    Will become wild again


    6
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The father will take his pleasure with his daughter
    Man with man, woman with woman
    The old man with the impubescent child
    And that will be known by all.

    But blood will become impure
    The disease will spread from bed to bed
    The body will receive all the putrefactions of the earth
    Faces will be gaunt, limbs will be emaciated
    Love will be a great threat
    For those who only know each other sexually.


    7
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    He who speaks of sworn Oaths and of Law Will not be heard
    He who preaches the Christian Faith
    Will lose his voice in the desert.

    But everywhere will spread the strong waters
    Of other religions
    False messiahs will assemble blinded men
    And the armed Infidel will be like never before
    He will speak of justice and of right
    And his faith will be burning and decisive
    He will take his revenge for the Crusade.


    8
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The noise of killing will roll like a storm upon the earth
    There will be barbarians among the soldiers of the last legions
    People of different faiths will live in the heart of the Holy Cities
    Each in turn will be barbarous, faithless and lawless.

    There will be no more law and order
    Hate will spread like a flame in the dry forest
    Barbarians will massacre soldiers
    Those of no faith will slit the throats of the faithful
    Brutality will be everywhere and the cities will die.


    9
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Men will judge each other according to their Race and their Religion
    Nobody will listen to the suffering hearts of the children
    They will be taken from their nests like baby birds
    And no-one will be able to protect them from the rapid hand
    By the gauntlet.

    Hate will flood the lands which thought themselves pacified
    And nobody will be spared, neither the elderly nor the wounded
    Houses will be destroyed or stolen
    People will take the place of others
    Each one will close his eyes so as not to see the women raped


    10
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Everyone will know what is happening everywhere on Earth
    They will see the child whose bones are piercing his skin
    And the one whose eyes are covered in flies And the one being hunted like a rat.

    But the man who sees will turn away his head
    For he will be thinking only of himself
    That man will give a handful of seeds in charity
    When he sleeps on full sacks
    And what he gives with one hand he will take back with the other.


    11
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Man will make merchandise of everything
    Everything will have its price
    Trees, water and animals
    Nothing more will be given and everything will be sold.

    But then Man will be no more than his weight of flesh
    His body will be bartered like a side of meat
    They will take his eye and his heart
    Nothing will be sacred, neither his life nor his soul
    They will compete for his dead body and his blood
    Like a dead animal to be cut up.


    12
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Man will have changed the face of the earth
    He will think himself the master and Ruler
    Of the forests and the flocks
    He will have burrowed into the ground and the sky
    And left his mark in the rivers and the seas.

    But the earth will be naked and sterile
    The Air will become burning hot and the water will stink
    Life will wilt because man will use up the richness of the world
    And man will be alone like a wolf in hatred of himself.


    13
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The child too will be sold
    Some people will use him like a quintain
    To get sexual pleasure from his new skin
    Others will treat him like a servile animal.

    They will forget the sacred weakness of the child
    And his mystery
    He will be a foal to be trained
    Like a lamb to be bled, to be slaughtered
    And man will be nothing more than savage cruelty.


    14
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The opinions and the minds of men will be imprisoned
    They will be intoxicated and will not know it
    They will take images and reflections for the truth of the world
    They will be treated like sheep.

    Then the flesh-eaters will come
    Rapacious people will herd them
    The better to lead them to the cliff’s edge
    And turn them against each other
    They will be skinned for their wool and their leather
    And man if he survives will be stripped of his soul.


    15
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Rulers with no religious beliefs will reign
    They will issue orders to unsuspecting and passive crowds of people
    They will hide their faces and keep their names secret
    And their castles will be hidden in the forests.

    But they will decide the fate of everything and of everyone
    No-one will participate in the meetings of their order
    Everyone will be a true serf and will believe himself to be a free man and a knight
    The only ones to rise up will be those of the untamed cities
    And of the heretic faiths
    But first of all they will be defeated and burnt alive.


    16
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Men will be so numerous over the lands
    That they will resemble an ant’s nest
    Into which a stick has been poked
    They will swarm everywhere and death will crush them underfoot
    Like frightened insects.

    Great movements will push them from one country to another
    Brown skins will mix with white skins
    The Christian faith with that of the Infidel
    Some will preach sworn peace
    But everywhere there will be fighting among enemy tribes.


    17
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Men will want to break down all barriers
    The mother will have the hair of an old woman
    The path of nature will be abandoned
    And families will be like scattered grains
    That nothing can unite.

    It will therefore be another world
    Each person will roam without ties like a bolted horse
    Going in all directions with no guide
    Unhappy the knight who mounts this steed
    He will be without stirrups and will fall into the ditch.


    18
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Men will no longer rely on the law of God
    But will want to lead their lives like a horse
    They will want to choose their children in their wives’ wombs
    And will kill those that they don’t like.

    But what sort of man takes himself for God like that?
    The Powerful will seize the best lands And the most beautiful women
    The poor and the weak will be cattle
    Each home will become a donjon
    Fear will be in every heart like a poison.


    19
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    A black and secret order will have risen
    Its law will be of hate and its arm poison
    It will want always more gold and will spread its reign
    Over the earth
    Those who serve it will be bound to each other by a kiss of blood.

    Good men and the weak will be submitted to its rule
    The Powerful will enter its service
    The only law will be that which it dictates in the shadows
    It will sell the poison even in the churches
    And the world will walk with the scorpion under its heel.


    20
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    A lot of men will remain seated with their arms crossed
    Or will wander without knowing where, with glazed eyes
    For they will no longer have a forge to beat metal
    And no field to cultivate

    They will be like a seed which cannot take root
    Roaming around and owning nothing, humiliated and desperate
    The youngest and the oldest often homeless
    They will have only war to save them
    And they will start by fighting themselves
    And they will hate their lives.


    21
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Illnesses from the water from the sky and from the earth
    Will attack man and endanger him
    He will want to revive that which he has destroyed
    And protect that which remains
    He will be afraid of the days to come.

    But it will be very late
    The desert will swallow up the land
    And water will be deeper and deeper
    It will flow some days
    Taking everything like a flood
    And the next day there won’t be enough for the land
    And the air will eat away the bodies of the weakest.


    22
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The earth will quake in several places
    And the cities will fall down
    Everything that will have been built without heeding the wise ones
    Will be endangered and destroyed
    Mud will submerge towns And the ground will open under the Palaces.

    Man will persist for his pride is his folly
    He will not heed the repeated warnings of the earth
    But fire will destroy the new Romes And in the accumulated ruins
    The poor and the lawless will loot in spite of the Legions
    The abandoned riches.


    23
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The sun will burn the earth
    The Air will no longer be a veil which protects from the fire
    It will be only a curtain with holes
    And the burning light will eat away skins and eyes.

    The sea will rise like boiling water
    Cities and seasides will be covered
    And entire continents will disappear
    Men will take refuge on the heights
    And they will rebuild already forgetting that which has happened.


    24
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Men will know how to make mirages live
    The senses will be deceived and they will believe they are touching that which is not
    They will follow paths which are seen only by the eyes
    And in this way dreams will be able to come alive.

    But man will no longer know how to separate
    That which is from that which is not
    He will be lost inside false labyrinths
    Those who will know how to make the mirages live
    Will take advantage of the naive man by deceiving him
    And a lot of men will become grovelling dogs.


    25
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    The animals which Noah had embarked on his Ark
    Will be no more in Man’s hands
    Than beasts transformed according to his will
    And who will worry about their lifetime of suffering?

    Man will have made each species into what he wanted
    And he will have destroyed numerous ones
    What will the man have become who will have changed the laws of life
    Who will have made the living animal a piece of clay
    Will he be the equal of God or the child of the Devil?


    26
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    You must be afraid for the child of man
    Poison and despair will lie in wait for him
    He will be desired only selfishly and not for his own sake or for the world
    He will be tracked down for sexual pleasure and sometimes his body will be sold.

    But even the one being protected by his family
    Will be in danger of having a dead mind
    He will live inside games and mirages
    Which will guide him because there will be no more educators
    No-one will have taught him to hope and how to act.


    27
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Man will think that he is God when he will be nothing more than a baby
    He will hit out, always overcome by anger and jealousy,
    But he will be armed with the power that he has taken
    And blind Prometheus he will be able to destroy everything around him.

    He will remain a dwarf of the soul and he will have the strength of a giant
    He will take enormous strides forward but he will not know which road to take
    His head will be heavy with knowledge
    But he will not know why he lives and dies
    He will be like the fire always gesticulating or the child who whimpers.


    28
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Whole regions will be prey to war
    Beyond the Roman limes and even on the former territory of the Empire, men of same cities will cut each others throats
    Here it will be war between tribes and there between religious believers.

    The Jews and the children of Allah will unendingly oppose each other
    And the land of Christ will be their battlefield
    But the infidels will want to defend the purity of their faith everywhere
    And opposite them will be only doubt and power
    Then death will advance everywhere like the flag of the new times.


    29
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    A multitude of men will be excluded from human life
    They will have neither rights, nor roof, nor bread,
    They will be naked and will have only their bodies to sell
    They will be pushed far away from the opulent towers of Babel.

    They will swarm like a remorse and a menace
    They will occupy entire regions and will proliferate
    They will listen to the preachings of vengeance
    And they will launch an attack on the proud towers
    The time of barbaric invasions will have come.


    30
    When the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand begins
    Man will have entered into the dark labyrinth
    He will be afraid and he will close his eyes for he will no longer want to see
    He will be wary of everything and afraid at every step
    But still he will be pushed onward for no halt will be allowed him.

    Even though the voice of Cassandra will be loud and strong
    He will not hear it
    For he will want to possess more and more and his head will be lost in mirages
    Those who govern him will deceive him
    And there will be only bad shepherds.




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    31
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Men will have at last opened their eyes
    They will no longer be locked up inside their heads or in their cities
    They will see and hear each other from one point of the earth to another
    They will know that whatever strikes one of them hurts the others.

    Men will be like a great single body
    Of which each of them will be a tiny part
    And together they will constitute the heart
    And there will be one language which will be spoken by everyone and this is how the great human being will be born.


    32
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Man will have conquered the sky
    He will create stars in the great dark blue sea
    And he will navigate on this shining ship New Ulysses, companion of the sun, for the celestial Odyssey.

    But he will also be the ruler of the water
    He will have built great nautical cities
    Which will be fed by sea crops
    He will live like this in every part of the great domain
    And nothing will be forbidden him.


    33
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Men will be able to go down under the waters
    Their bodies will be new and they will be fish
    And some will fly high, higher than the birds
    As if stones don’t fall.

    They will communicate with each other
    For their minds will be so greatly open that they will receive all messages
    And dreams will be shared
    And they will live as long as the oldest of men
    The one of whom the Holy Books speak.


    34
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Man will know what the spirit of all things is
    The stone or the water, the body of the animal or the gaze of others
    He will have pierced the secrets that the ancient Gods possessed
    And he will open door after door in the labyrinth of the new life.

    He will create with the gushing power of a water source
    He will teach the knowledge to the multitude of men
    And the children will know more about the earth and the sky than anyone before them
    And Man’s body will be bigger and skilful
    And his mind will have embraced all things and will have understood them.


    35
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Man will no longer be the only ruler for woman will come and seize the sceptre
    She will be the great mistress of the future times
    And that which she thinks, she will impose on men
    She will be the mother of this Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand

    She will spread the warm softness of the sea after the days of the Devil
    She will be beauty after the ugliness of the barbarous times
    The Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand will change into a gentle time
    People will love and they will share
    They will dream and they will give birth to the dreams.


    36
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Man will have a second birth
    The Spirit will take hold of the human throng
    Who will worship in brotherhood
    Then the end of the barbarous times will begin.

    This will be the time of a new vigour of the Faith
    After the black days of the beginning of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Happy days will open up Man will again find the path of Men
    And the earth will be in order.


    37
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Roads will go from one end of the earth and the sky to the other end
    Forests will be dense again
    And the deserts will have been irrigated
    The waters will have become pure again.

    The earth will be like a garden
    Man will watch over everything that lives
    He will purify that which he has soiled
    He will feel as if all the earth is his home
    And he will be wise in thinking of the days to come.


    38
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Each person will be like a measured footstep
    They will know everything about the world and about their bodies
    They will cure illness before it appears
    Each person will be healer of himself and of the others.

    They will have understood that you have to help to be able to maintain
    And man, after the times of narrow-mindedness and of avarice,
    Will open his heart and his purse to the poorest
    He will feel himself to be a knight of the human order
    And in this way a new time will at last begin.


    39
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Man will have learnt to give and to share
    The bitter days of solitude will be gone
    He will believe once more in the spirit
    And the Barbarians will have acquired recognition.

    But that will come after the war and the fires
    That will spring up from the blackened ruins of the towers of Babel
    And it will have taken an iron fist
    For the disorder to be put in order and for man to find again the right path.


    40
    In the heart of the Year Thousand that comes after Year Thousand
    Man will know that all living things are bearers of light
    And that they are creatures to be respected
    He will have built the new cities In the sky, on the earth and on the sea.

    He will have the memory of what was
    And he will know what will be He will no longer be afraid of his own death
    For in his life he will have lived several lives
    And the light, he will understand, will never go out.





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    http://www.scribd.com/doc/40111391/The-Prophecy-of-John-of-Jerusalem


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