Doesn’t the Bible speak of evil locusts wearing crowns and with the faces of men? Could it be that my encounter is a goblin clock that says we’re now near the end?

"THE FIRST WOE"-RANDY CONWAY'S POEM LINKED TO THE EYEWITNESS REPORT FROM ECUADOR

Flying slow with grey wings keeping him aloft
His flight was silent and the breeze it made no waft
But there he was, and just barely beyond my reach
So taken by his appearance I was left without speech.

Turning his gruesome hairless head 180 degrees
He hovered for a moment making sure that I could see
His long bumpy nose and piercing eyes looking into me
His look sending a message that I just saw something not meant to be seen.

He appeared as old as time, withered, yet still a powerful force
Pyramids adorned his skin and I wondered this creature’s source.
I observed the crown upon his head and the shoes upon his feet
And thought what kind of entity or demon fairy did I just meet?

Accompanied by my child I asked if he had seen it too
Indeed he had and he as well remarked about the demon’s pointy shoes.
Somewhere a gate has opened; perhaps a portal has been breached
Or have they always been among us just barely out of reach?

Was it a harbinger of evil? Are there more nightmares to follow him?
I know it was not a playful little fairy it was more an evil jinn
Doesn’t the Bible speak of evil locusts wearing crowns and with the faces of men?
Could it be that my encounter is a goblin clock that says we’re now near the end?

You will hear of wars and rumors of wars but do not be terrified
Nation will rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom, many men will die
There will be great earthquakes in various places and you will see fearful sights
Men’s hearts will stop beating from fear of the things coming in the night.

I determined I shouldn’t be concerned with the shoes this little demon was wearing
But rather am I dressed for the days ahead? What banner and shield am I bearing?
We fight not against flesh and blood but unknown powers of the dark
What I’ve seen doesn’t mean the end it rather means the start.

By Randy Conway

Nov 29, 2017

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