May 24, 2020
José Alberto Villasana Munguía

José Alberto Villasana Munguía

José Alberto Villasana Munguía is a Writer and analyst of political, economic and religious international affairs.

He studied Theology in the Gregorian University in Rome, Philosophy in the Angelicum University in Rome, Classical Humanities in the Centre for Higher Studies in Salamanca, Spain and International Communications in the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), specialising in Eschatology since 1995.

He is Academic Adviser to the International Institute of Human Rights.

He is a director member of the Journalist’s Club of Mexico.

He is President of the pro life civil association “Life to be Born” (Vida para Nacer).

He has received the National Award for Journalism on three occasions in the categories of in-depth investigation.

Two Popes

March 13, 2018

Among the references which stand out most regarding the Antichrist, whom St. Paul also called the “Impious one”, the “lawless one”, the “son of perdition”, the “adversary”, there is an element which shows us at what moment he will make his appearance on the world stage, because it precedes him and is directly related to him.

The collapse of the world economy is what will make it possible for the Antichrist to establish a centralised global exchange system whose inscription of slavery will be the number 666, i.e. the coercion to adore him as God in exchange for the power to do business and to receive food.

Armageddon

March 13, 2018

The battle of Armageddon is a world conflict, after the third world war known as the war of Ezequiel or the “War of Gog and Magog”, which will take place towards the end of the Great Tribulation, once the Antichrist has broken the peace agreement which he signed at the beginning of the Great Tribulation and he turns against the Jews themselves to destroy Israel.

The Antichrist

March 13, 2018
The word “Antichrist” has two meanings: “He who fights Christ” or “He who takes the place of Christ”. This last meaning is the one used by Saint John. In the beginning, he will not show himself as a violent, malevolent and cruel person but as a positive charismatic leader who will solve the main problems of humanity (War, hunger, financial collapse) seducing the greater part of humanity with his talent and apparent goodness.
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