Founder of El Shaddai Ministries in Washington state, Mark Biltz is a well-known commentator on prophecy. He discussed how the longest lunar eclipse this century, a "blood moon" will take place July 27th over the Middle East - and what the implications are relative to geopolitics. Next to the red moon, he notes, will be the red planet, Mars, and it will be at its closest distance to the Earth in 15 years. He views the moon and Mars as prominent "witnesses" or harbingers of a great war, which he estimates will occur within the next 18 months. One of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse rides a "red horse" taking place in the Hebrew month of Shevat, he added, and that is the same time that the blood moon is hitting again in 2019.
He believes this war will break out in the Middle East and could involve North Korea helping out Iran. "I think," he said, "there's a good chance that Iran is going to use Hezbollah to attack Israel." There is biblical prophecy that refers to Iran being destroyed, mentioning the city of Elam, Biltz cited. He also talked about whether we could be facing 'end times,' and different concepts of the Antichrist. More important than knowing the identity of the Antichrist, is knowing what he does, he remarked, adding that artificial intelligence could be a factor in his emergence.
In the latter half, psychologist and regression therapist, Linda Backman, shared her research on reincarnation, past lives, and the time that souls spend between incarnations both earthly and inter-dimensional. Through information she has gleaned from regressions of her clients, she's determined that there are two types of souls-- Earth-based souls, and Interplanetary (IP) souls. The IP souls that come to Earth are highly advanced and bring their sensibilities here, even as they continue to evolve, she reported. Earth-based souls, she added, have incarnated solely on this planet over the last 30,000 to 50,000 years.
The bulk of IP souls come from a home base within our own solar system, she revealed-- celestial locations that have life, but not that of humans, and "they might not even have density." Upon death on our planet, the soul automatically vacates the body though it doesn't necessarily leave Earth and its environment immediately, depending on the situation, Backman has learned. During the afterlife, we meet with a panel of evolved souls who question whether we achieved what we set out to accomplish in a given life, and review our free will choices, she continued. Backman believes that souls evolve through a sequence of lives rather than the notion that all our incarnations are simultaneous, if one could observe beyond the structure of time.