OBAMA- America’s High Place Gets a New Name – Part 3

Tearing Down High Places

High places are seductive (Genesis 11:4). Before the Israelites entered the land of Canaan, the pagan religions built altars on hilltops to worship idols. These man-made shrines honored such gods as Baal, the storm god who allegedly brought rain and wealth, Ashtoreth the fertility goddess, and Molech a detestable god to whom people sacrificed their children. These religions often provided prostitutes as a part of their depraved “worship.” Such hedonistic religion appealed to peoples’ base senses of greed and sensuality.

No wonder God commanded Joshua to obliterate the Canaanites. Yet despite Joshua’s victories, remnants of the pagan peoples stubbornly remained (Joshua 17:12; Judges 1:27). Pagan worship centers continued to blight the nation’s hilltops. Appealing to peoples’ carnal nature, the high places were always popular (Judges 2:12-13, 17; 1 Kings 14:22-24).

Tragically, it was Israel’s leaders who allowed the despicable practices to continue. King Solomon actually built high places for gods such as Ashtoreth, Milcom, and Chemosh (1 Kings 11:6-7). King Jeroboam established high places in Bethel and Dan so the northern tribes would not travel to Jerusalem to worship the true God (1 Kings 12:25-33). Every leader in Israel and Judah had to decide what his approach to the high places would be. Some evil kings like Ahaz and Manasseh fully supported the high places and even made sacrifices to idols (2 Kings 16:4; 2 Kings 21:1-3). Few people matched Elijah’s courage in challenging King Ahab’s false religion on the top of Mount Carmel (1 Kings 18).

Perhaps most disappointing were kings such as Rehoboam (1 Kings 14:22-23), Asa (1 Kings 15:14), Jehoshaphat (1 Kings 22:43), Jehoash (2 Kings 12:2-3), Jehoahaz (2 Kings 13:6), Amaziah (2 Kings 14:4), Azariah (2 Kings 15:3-4), and Jotham (2 Kings 15:34-35). These monarchs generally sought to do good, but they stopped short of tearing down the high places. However, Judah’s two godliest leaders did have the courage to actively demolish the high places of their land: Hezekiah (2 Kings 18:4), and Josiah (2 Kings 23:4-20).
Ultimately God destroyed the nation of Israel for its debauched worship in the high places and the depravity that ensued (2 Kings 17:9-18). Scripture concludes: “Therefore the Lord was very angry with Israel, and removed them from His sight” (2 Kings 17:18). Likewise, the nation of Judah became so perforated with centers of evil that even the righteous King Josiah could not dissuade God’s wrath and the destruction of his nation (2 Kings 23:26-27).

What are the high places of America today? They are the people, organizations, and centers that promote sinful attitudes and carnal practices. They are the groups that mock God and His word and promote falsehood. Tearing down a nation’s high places is not easy. William Wilberforce recognized that many Christians were unconcerned or ignorant of the depravity their society embraced with the slave trade. After losing a critical vote in the Commons, Wilberforce lamented that there were enough Christian MP’s at the opera that evening to have deposed the slave trade had they cared enough to show up.

As a business leader today, are you satisfied, as were most of the leaders in Israel’s history, to merely mind your own business? Or, will you allow God to use your life and influence to bring the high places of our day crashing down?



· Lord, You created the high places for Your glory. Let not the enemy control the high places.
· I bind the prince of the power of the air (Ephesians 2:2).
· I bind the powers of darkness that would control the airwaves and release filth, violence, and witchcraft through the media in the name of Jesus.
· I take authority over the princes of media in the name of Jesus (Daniel 8:20).
· I bind spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6:12).
· Lord, destroy the idols in high places (Leviticus 26:30).
· I pluck down the high places of the enemy (Numbers 33:52).
· I am a king, and I break down the high places in the name of Jesus (2 Kings 18:4).
· I remove Nehushtan (previous moves of God that have become idols) from the high places (2 Kings 18:4).
· I remove the religious spirits from the high places (2 Kings 23:8).
· Let the high place of Tophet be removed (Jeremiah 7:31).
· Let Your holy fire burn up the high places.
· Let the high places of witchcraft be destroyed in the name of Jesus (2 Chronicles 28:4).
· Destroy all false worship in the high places (2 Chronicles 28:25).
· Let the high places be purged through Your anointing (2 Chronicles 34:3).
· Remove every false ministry in high places (1 Kings 12:31).
· Remove all strange gods from the high places (2 Chronicles 14:3).
· Remove every satanic altar erected in the high places (2 Chronicles 14:3).
· Let all high places established by any ungodly ruler be removed in the name of Jesus (2 Kings 23:19).
· Let all the high places of Baal be broken down (Jeremiah 19:5).
· I prophesy to the ancient high places and dispossess the enemy (Ezekiel 36:1�3).
· Let righteous men with Your wisdom sit in the high governmental places of my city and nation (Proverbs 9:3).
· I will walk upon the high places (Habakkuk 3:19).
· Let every high place of wickedness that has not been removed be removed (1 Kings 15:14).
· Let me ride upon the high places of the earth, and let me eat the increase of the fields, and let me suck honey out of the rock and oil out of the flinty rock (Deuteronomy 32:13).
· Let all high places built by my ancestors be removed (2 Kings 18:4).
· Let not the high places our spiritual fathers destroyed be rebuilt (2 Chronicles 33:3).
· Let the high places be desolate (Ezekiel 6:6).
· I tread upon the high places of the wicked (Deuteronomy 33:29).
· I break the power of any sacrifice done in the high places (1 Kings 3:2).
· I walk in the spirit of Josiah to deal with the high places (2 Chronicles 34:3).
· Lord, open rivers in high places (Isaiah 41:18).



Bear with me, these articles all tie in and I get back to Mt. Denali shortly.

Why Google changed its logo: the thinking behind the design
SHWETA SENGAR@shwetasengar|2 September 2015

From 1998 to 2015, the Google logo has gone through various twists and turns. But this latest redesign by the tech giant is decidedly its most significant one.

The change naturally threw netizens into an expected flurry. Social media is now rife with opinions, likes, and dislikes.
Did Google really need it though?

Google will turn 17 this month, and they’ve already thrown a lot of surprises our way. From announcing a new parent company Alphabet to the logo change, Google knows how to keep the market focused on itself.

Commentators find that the new logo is friendlier and more dynamic. The colours have been retained. It’s the font and animation that have had a makeover. The new writing is very clearly aligned to match that of its new holding company Alphabet.(Google has made a new company and called it ALPHABET which is a mockery of the ALEPH BET the Alpha and Omega.)

The company on 1 September, not only created a new logo but a new brand identity.

Not just fonts but a giant leap (a salute to the giants who are coming)

Since 1999, Google has stuck to the serif wordmark font. Over time, the company made certain small changes to its logo like removing the shadows & tweaking letter spacing. Nothing else has changed about the iconic logo. (icon, idol, godlike)

Google has now updated the logo with sans serif typeface, which incidentally is Google’s creation. The world got the first peek of it when Google unveiled Alphabet’s logo last month. Undoubtedly, the new logo looks trendier than the previous one.

Why have sans serif typefaces become popular suddenly?

Nothing happens without a reason and choosing the sans serif typeface for the logo also comes with good reason. The streamlined glyphs shrink done to very small sizes offers more legibility than other letters. The new logo reads well not just on a 2.5 inch Android Wear smartwatch, but also on a 50-inch television.

An even more significant change has happened to the favicon – the single-letter icon that appears in your browser tab when you load a website. Google’s default lowercase ‘g’ favicon has been replaced by an uppercase one in the company’s signature four colours. (to represent their GOD?)

Google’s having some fun

The most drastic change that one would notice is that Google is not static anymore. Representing fun, Google has taken a giant leap and introduced an animated logo.

Like many other companies, Google too has shifted to an animated and dynamic logo which is only possible on a screen. The older one was, no doubt, more paper-like and a vegetable. As soon as you call Google to action, the letters in Google transform into a series of four dots that morph and orbit with life.

While doing a voice search, the Google logo will morph from ‘Google’ into the dots and undulate like water in anticipation of a query. As you start speaking, the dots will become like an equalizer, reacting to the sound of vocalizations. Just when you are done talking, the waveform will become dots again and spin as Google looks up for results. As soon as you have an answer from Google, the dots will return back to their normal self- Google.

Not just beautification but the transition
Many may feel that the logo change is a quest for beautification by Google. Well, in plain words it is NOT. Users might, many times, overlook the complicated workflow of Google. The change in logo is not just a superficial one. The animation in the voice search represents movement. It defines Google’s belief that it is not merely a search engine, but a platform that offers a lot more. It is building a self-driving car, and beaming internet through balloons, and it is not just about relatively simple interactions like searching for the meaning of a word.

Google recently went through a rather big phase of transition and keeping up the trend, it unveiled a new logo which is modern, peppy and dynamic in every way.

On the Evening after the name change was announced, the MOUNT OF OLIVES in Israel was vandalized and graves were destroyed….. Another very significant event related to HIGH PLACES. The Mount of Olives is very important to GOD.


On the very same day, September 1, The Pope declared that Priests can forgive women of Abortion/child sacrifice.


Archeology has been experiencing outrageous amounts of new discoveries. Check it out for yourself. Most of these recent discoveries do one of two things… verify the validity of the bible or reveal ancient pagan worship.
There has also been a rise in witchcraft. The Wiccan religion is growing at an amazingly frightful rate!
But, what I want to present here is the Pagan High Places being revisited, renewed, restored, revealed.

Iceland to Build a Pagan Temple—Followers of Odin, Freya, and Thor, Rejoice


Caesarea Philippi

The niches for Pan’s images can still be seen in the rock façade at the site. Of course, Pan was the ancient god of fright, who was half man and half goat and is often pictured as playing the flute.
Holy Land’s Mount Hermon: A United Nation’s Base Built to Deliver the Anti-Christ and Open the Gates of Hell (Shocking Video and Photos)


The Greeks who worship the ancient gods

CERN Built on the Place dedicated to Appollo

Rebuilding Ancient Egyptian Temples in 3D


Run a search “ancient temple uncovered” see what you can find…. There are so many more.

Now let’s look at the mountain itself:
Mt Mckinley Highest Mountain in US and COLDEST Mountain in the World
If you care to watch this video it is over an hour long, a documentary on Mt McKinley. Interesting, they talk about a mysterious and deadly disease that kills people who try to climb it.


Denali, 6194 m. The Indian name for Mt. McKinleyAlaska, the highest mountain in North America. Meaning: Home of the Sun. Its summit is lit by the sun long after the lowlands are plunged in twilight.

The Meaning Of The Name Denali

Origin of the name Denali: Chinese

Definition of Denali: great one

Denali in Chinese Characters

If you want to see your name in Chinese below you can find Denali in Chinese letters.


Alaska Chinese Association   

The Picture Of The Name Denali

Consider your name Denali as a picture. How would it look like? This will be funny! Using the meaning of Denali, we prepared this picture. Do not bother the gender. =)


Denali in Arabic Writing


How to say denali in Arabic?

Denali in Egyptian Hieroglyphics

Here you can see the name Denali in Hieroglyphics (ancient Egyptian)

Learn about name meanings, name origins, name popularity, famous namesakes and more on our Denali Meaning & More page.

Looking for something more mystical? Visit the Denali Numerology page.

Learn about nautical flags and see your name or message written in nautical flags, on the Denali in Nautical Flags page

Just as requested. The name Denali written in ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics.

Mount McKinley
Denali, or Mount McKinley, the highest peak in North America, has long been considered the coldest mountain on earth. Dec 10, 2013
The 10 coldest places on Earth – Independent.ie
www.independent.ie/…/the-10-coldest-places-on-earth-29…Irish Independent
Elevation: 20,322′
Prominence: 20,157′
First ascent: June 7, 1913
Mountain range: Alaska Range
First ascenders: Harry Karstens, Robert Tatum, Walter Harper, Hudson Stuck

Mt. McKinley


American Spirit
is an album released on American Gramaphone in 2003 (see 2003 in music) as a collaboration between Mannheim Steamroller and country musician C. W. McCall. The album focuses on Americanpatriotic songs, hence the title. McCall contributed to a number of spoken word songs on the album and re-recorded his 1976 hit song “Convoy” for it; this was also the case with another song of his, “Wolf Creek Pass,” which can be found on the album. In fact, the Davis original “Mt. McKinley” is one of the few tracks that feature the signature Mannheimsynthesizer/orchestral sound. Most songs employ a traditional orchestra and choir that perform pleasant but nondescript readings of songs like “America the Beautiful” and Aaron Copland‘s “Fanfare for the Common Man,” both of which could have benefited from an inventive Davis/Mannheimarrangement. Had Davis retained the winning Mannheim formula and applied it to a set of patriotic standards, American Spirit might have been a disc that garnered attention and adoration like the original 1984 Christmas disc. Instead, Davis offers a product that will make a nice addition to any corporate gift basket along with some processed food product, of which neither one is fully consumed and eventually thrown away.

I included this article because I think he very clearly portrays the arrogance of the current occupant of the Whitehouse and the danger of this unilateral policy.



Joel Pollak, 1996 byJOEL B. POLLAK1 Sep 2015827

Alaskans, and millions who love Alaska, support changing the name of Mt. McKinley to Denali. And that is exactly why President Barack Obama’s unilateral decision to change the name is so wrong.

When we allow leaders to bend the rules for popular policies, we create bad precedents for them to bend the rules for unpopular ones. The name ought to have been changed through a legislative compromise, or a consultative administrative process–not by fiat.
I have personally spent a good deal of time in Alaska, including a journalism internship in Anchorage and thesis research on the North Slope. I have hiked solo in the Denali National Park (in 1996, above), and had the luck to witness wolves hunting caribou by the Toklat River. Never once in my time there did I call the mountain anything other than “Denali.” Nor did I ever meet an Alaskan, Native or otherwise, who referred to the peak as “Mt. McKinley.”

Still, few regarded the name of the mountain as an urgent problem. It was just another one of the ways in which the federal government, with which the state has a love-hate relationship, had interfered in what locals consider their own affairs. (Another, far more significant intervention is the federal government’s habit of locking away large parcels of land from oil and gas development–a trend that Obama has continued during his administration.)

The name “Mt. McKinley” was enshrined in a law passed by Congress in 1917. The Obama administration argues that a clause in the 1947 law creating the U.S. Board of Geographic Names allows it to act on its own if the Board “does not act within a reasonable time,” and that U.S. Representatives from Ohio have tied up the name change for decades after Alaskan political leaders voted to recommend restoring the original Athabascan title (“the high one”).

But it is not clear that the 1947 law trumps the 1917 law, and Obama cannot issue executive orders, or executive memoranda, contrary to an existing statute.

Due deference to Congress–as well as to William McKinley’s home state of Ohio, which has long resisted changes to the name–would suggest that Obama should have urged Congress to resolve the dispute, or at least allowed public comment on the name change, while searching for other ways to honor our 25th president.

Instead, Obama acted out of sheer vanity, timing the name change with his Alaskan visit.

Except for the most offensive names–and there are a few–changing place names and tearing down monuments often does little except offend people for whom those symbols are a valued heritage. Typically, name changes are the unique obsession of failing post-colonial regimes that have run out of ideas to improve the lives of their citizens.

In my native South Africa, where I lived and worked after writing my college thesis on Alaska, the post-apartheid government remains fixated on name changes, even as the country’s economy struggles and crime ravages the population.

Over time, some parts of South Africa–notably the City of Cape Town, which is governed by the opposition–developed a process of consultation that, at least in theory, balances historical values against the country’s new aspirations, and mediates between the competing desires of different constituencies.

We in the U.S. could learn from that. There are “teachable moments” that we are missing–even in dropping symbols like the Confederate flag.

The Denali debacle is a “teachable moment” about tyranny. Two wrongs do not make a right, and the switch from Mt. McKinley to Denali, whatever its substantive merits, is an affront to the Constitution, and an abuse of power.

Update: A follower on Twitter speculates that Obama may have been motivated to dump McKinley as part of his radical Cuba policy. McKinley was the president who helped liberate the island from Spanish rule–a fact that Obama has ignored in his rush to parrot the Castros’ anti-colonial narrative. I doubt Obama had that in mind, any more than he wanted to degrade McKinley for being a Republican or celebrate the anarchist who assassinated him, or revive the antisemitic populism of Democrat William Jennings Bryan, whom McKinley defeated twice.

But Obama’s Cuba shift is relevant because it is another case of a popular policy that Obama is enacting outside of his executive authority. By letting Obama cut constitutional corners for policies the public favors, we create a faulty foundation for the sake of those the public rejects (like the Iran deal, which remains overwhelmingly unpopular).

Update added 4/9/19

The ‘Denali’ Word Obama Chose for Mt. McKinley Has a Hidden Meaning That’s Already Spawning Jokes

After roughly zero minutes of national public debate, President Obama announced a change to the name of the tallest mountain in North America – Mt. McKinley. The mountain had been named after former president William McKinley, who was assassinated in 1901.

As was reported by the Associated Press:

In renaming 20,320-foot Mount McKinely as Denali, Obama was instating a moniker Alaskans have informally used for centuries.

But the new name chosen for the mountain, Denali, has a Native American meaning that’s spawning numerous Internet jokes, best captured by The Drudge Report feature story:

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“The High One.” That’s the Athabascan (a Native American) meaning behind Denali, the word for the mountain-formerly-known-as-McKinley.

And if you don’t get why that’s funny or ironic, here is a passage about Barack Obama’s “Choom Gang” to refresh any foggy memories, from Jonathan Karl of ABC News:
In his 1995 memoir “Dreams of My Father,” Obama writes about smoking pot almost like Dr. Seuss wrote about eating green eggs and ham. As a high school kid, Obama wrote, he would smoke “in a white classmate’s sparkling new van,” he would smoke “in the dorm room of some brother” and he would smoke “on the beach with a couple of Hawaiian kids.”

He would smoke it here and there. He would smoke it anywhere.

Of course, this launched the ‘autojokes’ on Twitter:


****1/2 snorts! ROFLMAO! The @DRUDGE HeadlineThatLinkedToThisStoryWas: ‘THE HIGH ONE’ AboveObama’sFace!http://apnews.myway.com/article/20150831/us–obama-2eb886721f.html  !

Fox News


What’s in a name? Ohio lawmakers slam White House decision to rename Mt. McKinley ‘Denali’ http://fxn.ws/1NIjWC1 

Finn McCool@FinnfidelMcCool

@FoxNews Obama is renaming it after himself – Denali means “the high one”

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List Of Celebrities With First Name Denali

We looked for the celebrities whose first name is Denali and the definitions which contains the name Denali or similar to it. You can find the results below.

Mount McKinley: Mount McKinley, [native name Denali (Koyukon Athabaskan for “The High One”, Dghelaayce’e in Ahtna)] is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of above sea level. 
Denali National Park and Preserve: Denali National Park and Preserve is a national park and preserve located in Interior Alaska, centered on Denali (Mount McKinley), the highest mountain in North America. 
Denali Borough, Alaska: The Denali Borough is a borough located in the U.S. state of Alaska. As of 2010 the population of the borough was 1,826. The borough seat is Healy, and its only incorporated place is Anderson. 
Denali Highway: Denali Highway (Alaska Route 8) is a lightly traveled, mostly gravel highway in the U.S. state of Alaska. 
Denali (band): Denali was an American indie band formed in April 2000 in Richmond, Virginia. The group disbanded in 2004, but reunited in 2008 for several performances. 
Denali Fault: The Denali Fault is a major intracontinental dextral (right lateral) strike-slip fault in western North America, extending from northwestern British Columbia, Canada to the central region of the U.S. 
Denali State Park: Denali State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located adjacent in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough to the east side of Denali National Park and Preserve, along the Parks Highway. 
Denali Software: Denali Software, Inc. is an American software company, based in Sunnyvale, California. The company produces electronic design automation (EDA) software, intellectual property (IP) and design cores and platforms for memory, other standard interfaces and system-on-chip (SoC) design and verification. 
Denali–Mount McKinley naming dispute: There is a dispute over the name of the mountain listed by the United States Board on Geographic Names as “Mount McKinley” and by the Alaska Board of Geographic Names as “Denali”, located in Alaska as the centerpiece of Denali National Park and Preserve. 

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