October 23, 2023
By James Grundvig, AMP Journal, AMP News, Inc.
Are we in the End Times? Are we living through the Tribulations period as outlined in the Book of Revelation, chapters 6–19?
Since the 2020 Covid biological attack followed by the pharmakeia (“sorcery”) bioweapon rollout, many are awakening to the possibility of living in the Final Days.
[Credit: Traci L. White, book cover]
Over the past four years, we have come to learn that the true definition of “apocalypse,” from its Greek origin means uncovering, disclosure, or the ‘Great Unveiling’ of truth. Like most terms warped and wordsmithed by the Cabal gatekeepers, one only has to look at the modern dictionary, such as Merriam-Webster, and how it bastardized the word to such a degree that movies and headlines obscure its meaning.
Apocalypse: [Emphasis ours]
1): one of the Jewish and Christian writings of 200 b.c. to a.d. 150 marked by pseudonymity, symbolic imagery, and the expectation of an imminent cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil and raises the righteous to life in a messianic kingdom
2): something viewed as a prophetic revelation
4): a great disaster
The word is so misused that people often replace “Armageddon” with apocalypse. Armageddon is only mentioned one time in the Bible in Revelation 16:16.
“And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon.”
Armageddon is the final battle between Good versus Evil. It is the place of the ‘Hill of Megiddo’ or ‘Mount Megiddo.’
Thus, when you peer through the lens of modern times, apocalypse is finally taking on its true meaning of “unveiling the truth.” It is truth that will destroy the enemy.
Plowing through multiple modern translations of the Bible can be challenging. It’s often hard to grasp the deeper meaning since Jesus Christ spoke in the language of PAM: Parables, Allegories, Metaphors.
The other shortcoming Christians endure is not being taught the two “End Times” books in the Bible, Daniel (Old Testament) and Revelation (New Testament). As such, doing it on your own can be a difficult and tricky journey. This is especially true if one doesn’t have a good guide or teacher, pastor, or minister.
Book Review, “The Foundation: Scripture Studies”
Last month, I had the pleasure to be introduced to Traci L. White for a new guest I would interview in Kelby Smith. As she and I hit it off discussing our beliefs in God and whether we are in the End Times, she as an author and podcaster for her new book, “The Foundation: Scripture Studies,” I decided to bring her on “Unrestricted Truths” (Episode 441).
In the chat room—prerecording the show—Traci White admitted she was a bit nervous as she had not been interviewed before. The show’s technical director, producer, and I assured Ms. White that she would be fine and that the show would be recorded, and edits could be made, if necessary. When she came on at the 37-minute mark, Traci White was in her element educating the audience on many of the imageries in the symbolism-heavy Book of Revelation.
I will add that her gift to explain and teach can also be found in her book, “The Foundation.” The 272-page book is loaded with special insights, that put Traci White on her journey to learn and teach foundational “keys of the kingdom” since her mandate from God to write the book in 2013.
The book is divided into nine chapters, followed by a Summary, and then concluded with a Prayer. In the first two chapters—1. “The Body of Christ” and 2. “The Bride of Christ”—White explains two of the major keys in Revelation, with the “Bride” being the place of Jerusalem.
In Chapter 7, “Supernatural DNA: We are the Seed and Word of God,” Traci White opens with her personal experience in 2010 in which the “Holy Spirit” stood next to her, and spoke: “Study spiritual DNA.”
She realized then that “… the red in the man was natural DNA and the blue that had filled him was supernatural DNA of God.”
Moments like this make “The Foundation” a must-read book. The Torah is a scroll of God’s laws. The scroll of our DNA strands is God’s divine design.
Filling the pages of White’s books are scripture references to help the reader put the stories, meanings, and events of the Bible into proper context. Traci White has a gift to write and explain the Word.
Conversation with the Author
In reviewing her book, I reached out to Traci White wanting to answer three questions that lingered once I finished reading “The Foundation: Scripture Studies.”
1. Grundvig: Why don’t churches teach the Books of Daniel and Revelation?
White: “They are the two major books on the End Times. Most stay away from trying to teach the prophetic because of the level of accuracy it warrants. The greater need for accuracy the greater opportunity for error. So, there is a fear of teaching the prophetic for fear of being wrong and God holds us that teach to a higher standard.”
JAS 3:1- My brethren, let not many of you become teachers, knowing that we shall receive a stricter judgment.
White: “So, there is need for specificity and exactitude in order to teach the prophetic. It first takes an understanding of scripture and then the confidence and boldness to step out and convey it. In my teaching, I am governed by the two verses below.”
PRO 28:1- …the righteous are as bold as a lion.
2 COR 4:13- I believed, and therefore did I speak;
White: “I simply don’t have that fear of being wrong, and not because I don’t think I can be, but because I am willing to take the chance of being wrong in order to be accurate. I have no fear of correction, I welcome it so I can grow from it. It’s critical for every teacher to continue to be a student of what they teach.
“Winston Churchill said, ‘I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught.’”
White: “I say, as a teacher, as long as I am being taught, I will never cease to teach!”
2. Grundvig: What inspired you to write the book? Explain your spiritual journey.
White: “It was a direct mandate from God! After prayer one day The Holy Spirit took me into a vision and showed me a man laying on a table. I could see all of his organs glowing red, then all of a sudden I saw blue liquid fill the body up then his organs were then blue. The Holy Spirit said the red is natural DNA and the blue is spiritual DNA. He then said to study spiritual DNA. After months of writing out scripture studies, he said to put them in a book. So, I am more than confident in what I teach on us having God’s DNA. The church is scared of this revelation, saying it’s New Age. This is not New Age! This is God’s Age! Manhood to Godhood”
White: “Regarding my spiritual journey. I did not believe in God as a child. My father was extremely knowledgeable in scripture. He was also extremely protective of us girls. We weren’t allowed around when his friends were over. When I was nine my dad had his them over to watch the fight. I and an older sister were in the back room playing, and she mentioned God and I said, ‘GOD AIN’T REAL! GOD AIN’T NOTHING!’ She said, ‘I’m telling!’ I said, ‘You’re not! You can’t go in there!”
I stood in the doorway!
My dad was at me in two strides!
Snatched up by my shirt!
Toes barely graced the floor! I was petrified!
A searing mist over his eyes!
Never seen it before!
Lips stretched into a thin grimace!
Teeth set in a clinch!
The balls of jaws working!
Then he spoke!
“God can make you stop existing just like that!”
The word “That” was in concert with a resounding snap of the finger beside my ear. The snap jarred my spirit and unlocked my awareness of God. From that moment I have observed the world through God’s lens which has always caused me to walk in a revelatory state of knowing.
3. Grundvig: What are three key attributes readers will gain reading your book?
White: “1. Great study habits! Something very unique about my book is that the reason why its titled ‘Scripture Studies’ is because it will truly teach you how to study. I am very systematic and thorough in scripture study and by virtue of just reading it you will be walked through the intricacies of that process and if not careful will find a well-developed study habit installed within yourself as did the Bereans in Paul’s day that searched the scriptures daily.
“I am a Teacher in calling, Berean in nature.”
White: “2. Won’t be deceived! Reading this book will help to develop a grounding and confidence in being able to weigh what is being taught in today’s church against the truth of god’s word. You will not be deceived!”
White: “3. A true foundation! ‘The Foundation: Scripture Studies,’ it’s just that. The foundation of what was supposed to be. Original intent and the way we are supposed to be living. You will learn who you are in Christ and the authority you have in Him!
Purchase the book here.
Traci White’s upcoming book.
White: “The follow-up book I’m presently working on is called THE RESTORATION! Scripture Studies, this is where I dive deep into the very details and timing of prophetic events such as The Tribulation, The Rapture, The Marriage Supper, The Judgements, The Day Of The Lord, The Millennium, and most importantly The Restoration Of All Things! Readers will be surprised at the actual plain truths of God’s word clearly laid out in this book that are the exact opposite of what we have been taught by the Babylonian church that we’ve all been born into and fooled into thinking that it is Christ’s original church that He built! This book brings simplicity, clarity, and understanding to complicated events, coming soon!”