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Tomorrow, February 16, 2022, we plan to declare the spiritual beginning of the United Kingdom of America. That is the name that God has revealed, and this change will be directed prophetically at Washington D.C. Essentially, Washington D.C.’s USA will be replaced by a new governmental structure called the UKA. It is obviously a progressive step toward Jesus’ Universal Empire, the name which was revealed a few months ago.
At the present time, the UKA has no physical territory, but the name itself seems to prophesy a future kingdom that unites the United States with Canada and perhaps also Britain. This new government will not be a “democracy” but a kingdom. In fact, God said to declare the death of democracy, for it is the man-made invention of the Grecian Empire. It served its purpose in the divine plan and worked fairly well in recent centuries to limit the power of ungodly kings.
Unfortunately, those ungodly kings were replaced by ungodly bankers whose puppet presidents and prime ministers did their bidding. Democracy gave the appearance of the people ruling, but in actual practice, the situation was not as it appeared.
We are now at the end of the age. The beast empires are falling, and the Stone Kingdom is rising. The “times of the gentiles” (i.e., the times of the beast nations) ended in 2017, and we are now transitioning into a new era of God’s Kingdom. Those who know the times and seasons must adjust their thinking to align with what God is doing now. We anticipate that by the end of 2024 the world will be restored to Blessed Time after 7 long cycles of 490 years since the Jordan crossing under Joshua.
We have received a number of prophecies over the years that alerted us to this eventual unification. I recall praying with a group of people at a conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba back in early October of 1994 that God would reunite the United States and Canada. I made it clear at the time that this reunification would not subject either country to the existing governments. Hence, we knew that this reunification was not imminent. In fact, we must rally around Christ the King, who was prophetically called Shiloh in Genesis 49:10.
At the same time, the team in South Africa will be proclaiming prophetically a Kingdom of South Africa. Currently, South Africa has three capitals:
Pretoria: the administrative capital
Cape Town: the legislative capital, whose parliament building burned to the ground in late December 2021
Bloemfontein: the Judicial capital (and the birthplace of J.R.R. Tolkien)
Few realize that constitutionally speaking the real capital is a town called Heidelberg, which was settled by German immigrants in 1862.
“Heidelberg has played an important part in South African history acting as a capital for the Boer republic during the war with Great Britain. During the First War of Independence, Heidelberg served as capital of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek under the Triumvirate of Paul Kruger, P.J. Joubert and M.W. Pretorius, from 1880 to 1883.”
Constitutionally speaking, South Africa is supposed to be a Constitutional Monarchy, but in 1996 the ruling party (ANC) quietly removed section 199 without proper procedure in order to take power for itself. The team in South Africa is taking steps (by prophetic declaration) to correct this by proclaiming the reestablishment of the Kingdom of South Africa.
It is actually a kingdom of 13 kingdoms, each tribe having its own king, with the dominant Zulu king as the head king. (At the present time, the South African government recognizes 7 of those kings officially.)
I should also point out that of the four main beast systems in Daniel 7, the kingdom of Cyrus the Persian (and Darius the Mede) was the only prophetic type of the Kingdom of God. That is because Cyrus was called a “messiah” (Isaiah 45:1). When Cyrus took the city of Babylon, he set up his father-in-law, Darius the Mede, as the interim king while he himself was with the army making further conquests.
Daniel 6:1-3 says,
1 It seemed good to Darius to appoint 120 satraps over the kingdom, that they would be in charge of the whole kingdom, 2 and over three commissioners (of whom Daniel was one), that these satraps might be accountable to them, and that the king might not suffer loss. 3 Then this Daniel began distinguishing himself among the commissioners and satraps because he possessed an extraordinary spirit, and the king planned to appoint him over the entire kingdom.
The number 120 is the biblical number associated with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Daniel was quickly made the senior commissioner of the three. This is a prophetic picture of the Kingdom of God being organized to replace the Babylonian Empire.
Now we know that Persia had a Constitutional Monarchy, which meant that the king himself was bound by his own law. This is the backdrop of the rest of the chapter. We read in Daniel 6:8 and 12 of “the law of the Medes and Persians, which may not be revoked.”
Then Daniel’s jealous enemies tricked Darius into signing a law forbidding prayer in order to get rid of Daniel. Daniel continued to pray, and these men brought charges against him. Darius could not find a lawful way to spare Daniel, and so the prophet was cast into the lions’ den. When Daniel survived the ordeal, Darius made a second “decree that in all the dominion of My kingdom men are to fear and tremble before the God of Daniel” (Daniel 6:26).
This too was a law which could not be revoked, making Medo-Persia a nation that was to worship the God of Daniel—Jesus Christ. (This is why Iran, which is modern Persia, is a Christian nation, though most Iranians do not recognize this fact yet.)
Our point for the present time is to show that Persia was a Constitutional Monarchy and was also the prophetic model for the Kingdom of God. The day after I pointed this out to the team in South Africa, they discovered that section 199 had been illegally dropped from the Constitution. God times everything to perfection.
For this reason, South Africa is a model for the Kingdom of God and by law is a Constitutional Monarchy. So it will be interesting to watch the developments in South Africa in the coming months and years.