Most people probably are not even aware there was a G7 Summit this week.  There are some things that happened there that will truly affect us all going forward.  However, there was one particularly powerful declaration that came out of this conference that is right out of the book of Revelation, one of the most powerful signs of the END.

The G7 Summit was held in Borgo Egnazia (Fasano) in Apulia, on June 13-15, 2024.

UPDATE 6/20/24

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The dreamily beautiful Borgo Egnazia is one of the loveliest places to stay in all of Italy.
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A former CEO of Pepsi has transformed his family’s castle in Puglia’s Salento Coast into a luxury retreat

Lovely. So what’s the story behind the place?
A family business of the highest order, handed down from mother to son. The Melpignanos also own nearby San Domenico (with a wonderful thalasso spa), Masseria Cimino (a perfectly quiet bolthole for a grown-up break), and Masseria Le Carrube (where the vegan restaurant is stellar). But Borgo Egnazia steals the show.

How so? What are the rooms like?
Soaring and elegant, cool stone underfoot, mini posies of dried lavender on shelves, huge linen cushions, and sun-trap terraces. Everything is floaty white. With layers of creamy beige. Overlapping rugs on chairs and cozy corners where you can retreat. They are retreats in themselves: some, the Casetta townhouses at Il Borgo, with their own little kitchens; others, the villas, with swimming pools, or sea views from the rooftops.

How’s the dining?
The restaurants, La Frasca and Due Camini (freshly Michelin-starred), are smart, with the most covetable traditional Italian splatterware plates and bowls. Ingredients straight from the fields you see around you: broccoli, tomatoes, eggplants, little ear-shaped orecchiette made with the local semolina flour, very good olive oil. Da Frisella is a godsend for children, for help-yourself please-all bowls of pasta and plenty of coloring activities.

What are the staff members like?
All sweetness and light, ushering you to another delicious nook to sit in while they mix the strongest G&T or prepare your bill for check out. They are proud Puglians, relishing the chance to show off their perfect patch of Italy—cycling, riding, or even in the tuk-tuk to the nearby ruins for a picnic lunch.

How would you describe your fellow visitors?
Turbo chic. The quickest way to fit in is to buy a whole new wardrobe at the Bottega Egnazia boutique, where you can double the cost of your holiday in an instant with Nannacay baskets, Innikachoo floaty numbers, Allagiulia velvet espadrilles, and dressmaker Marta Ferri’s bespoke and beautiful dresses (Margherita Missoni is a huge fan).

And what’s the surrounding area like?
Fields of immaculately tended vegetables growing in regimented lines, soon to end up on your plate for supper. And the sea is only a few moments away, as is the hotel’s beach club Cala Masciola—terribly smart, with thick cushioned sun beds, plus huge lobsters in tanks to select for lunch.

Club aside, are there any other facilities we should check out while staying here?
The spa is an almost sepulchral space, where therapists waft around barefoot in taupe dresses. The massage is done with olive oil, the facial starts with fresh sage leaves placed over your eyes. Nothing branded, or imported, it is earthy, rooted, as special a space as the hotel itself, with fires crackling in the cooler months and Roman baths. There’s a kids’ club that is drop-in whenever you like, which includes activities such as cooking classes (focaccia, pasta), puppet shows, and trips to see the horses and donkeys at the farm.

Wrap it up for us—what’s the real draw here?
How the place manages to be so intrinsically child-friendly yet also so mind-blowingly romantic is a feat of design brilliance. Wildly pretty during the day when the harsh Puglian sun hits the mellow tufu limestone buildings and the shocking bright bougainvillea, and even lovelier at night when the entire place is lit by citronella lanterns, smoking into the warm air.

Puglia  generally associated with the region of Tuscany is said to have derived from the place name Apulia (Italian Puglia) in southeastern Italy, in the region commonly know as the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. These habitational names, taken on from place names are perhaps the least frequent of the major types of surnames found in Italy. They often bore the prefix “di,” which signified emigration from one place to another, and did not necessarily denote nobility  Source


https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Iapygians
The Iapygians or Apulians (Latin: Iāpyges, Iapygii) were an Indo-European-speaking people, dwelling in an eponymous region of the southeastern Italian ..

The late pre-Roman religion of the Iapygians appears as a substrate of indigenous beliefs mixed with Greek elements.[4] The Roman conquest probably accelerated the hellenisation of a region already influenced by contacts with Magna Grecia from the 8th century BC onward.[21] Aphrodite and Athena were thus worshipped in Iapygia as Aprodita and Athana, respectively.[22] Some deities of native origin have also been highlighted by scholars, such as Zis (‘sky-god’), Menzanas (‘lord of horses’), Venas (‘desire’), Taotor (‘the people, community’), and perhaps Damatura (‘mother-earth’).[23]

Pre-Roman religious cults have also left few material traces.[24] Preserved evidence indicates that indigenous Iapygian beliefs featured the worship of the Indo-European sky god Zis, the practice of living horse sacrifice to Zis Menzanas (Iovis/Iuppiter Menzanas), the fulfilling of oracles for anyone who slept wrapped in the skin of a sacrificed ewe, and the curative powers of the waters at the herõon of the god Podalirius, preserved in Greek tales.[25][4][26][27] Several cave sanctuaries have been identified on the coast, most notably the Grotta Porcinara sanctuary (Santa Maria di Leuca), in which both Messapian and Greek marines used to write their vows on the walls

Fasano (Italian pronunciation: [faˈzaːno]BareseFasciànë) is a town and comune in the Province of BrindisiApulia, southern Italy. It is the second most populated town in the province after Brindisi, with a population in 2021 of 39,026.

According to a folk etymology, the name Fasano derives from the “Faso”, a large wild columbus dove (also represented on the civic coat of arms) which drank from the fogge, which was a type of swamp or pool in the open air formed from the water that flowed down from the surrounding hills. This area where the pool once was is now a communal garden.

Via Appia, the road from Brindisi to Rome during ancient times, runs along Fasano’s costal frazioni, including Savelletri and is visible today.

This marks the seventh time
, Italy assumed the Presidency of the G7 from January 1, 2024 until December 31, 2024.

The G7 group includes Italy, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.

The event brought together the leaders of the seven member States, as well as the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission representing the European Union.

Some of the matters addressed at this year’s G7 Summit were Human Trafficking, Dangers of AI, LGBT Rights, Abortion, Ukraine and Russia.  But the most important issue of which you need to be aware is the bringing to the forefront of the SUNDAY LAW now being referred to as the EARTH SABBATH.

Now, truthers have been warning for years that the SABBATH LAW was coming.  Everyone laughed and cried “Conspiracy Theorist” .  They laughed it off and said we were alarmists and fear mongers.  You surely have heard the old adage  “Whose laughing now”.   I don’t think anyone is laughing.  Certainly not all the Truthers who are now vindicated.  This is no laughing matter.  This is one of the most significant signs of the last days and the beginning of the Great Tribulation.


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Sincerely!Pr. Emmanuel Nougaisse

“For so hath the Lord commanded us, saying, ‘I have set thee to be a light of the Gentiles, that thou shouldest bring salvation unto the ends of the earth.” – Acts 13:47

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Sincerely!Pr. Emmanuel Nougaisse

“For so hath the Lord commanded us, saying, ‘I have set thee to be a light of the Gentiles, that thou shouldest bring salvation unto the ends of the earth.” – Acts 13:47