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Suicide and Euthanasia


As human beings, we may sometimes feel depressed and think that life isn’t worth living. The feeling of despair and hopelessness, or suffering from an incurable or very painful illness, can sometimes lead to the desire to end one’s life.

However, no matter how despondent you feel as a result of emotional trauma, mental anguish or physical discomfort, ending your own life is a sin. This is called suicide:

Definition of suicide: the act or an instance of killing oneself intentionally

Sometimes, when a loved one is in the throes of agony from a sickness without cure, we may feel it best to end their torment by facilitating their premature demise. This is known as euthanasia or assisted killing:

Definition of euthanasia: the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma

The Scriptures forbid murder or senseless killing (as opposed to self-defense or war), and suicide and euthanasia fall into this category.

The sixth commandment is:

“You shall not kill.” Exodus 20:13.

The Scriptures record several suicides:

Saul, Israel’s first king (1 Samuel 31:4), Saul’s armour bearer (1 Samuel 31:5), Ahithophel, King David’s counselor, Zimri, King of Israel (1 Kings 16:15:20), Judas, one of Master Yahshua’s twelve disciples (Matthew 27:3-5).

There are many reasons why people choose to end their lives — financial ruin; loss of a spouse, friend, child or relative; a wrecked reputation; a terminal disease; job loss; incarceration, failure to achieve a certain goal, an uncontrollable addiction; rape; exposure of intimate photographs or videos; bullying; peer pressure; feelings of inadequacy; end of a relationship; divorce; loneliness; guilt; shame…

Whatever it may be, it is against Almighty Yahweh, the Living God’s decrees to make that decision. Our lives are not our own to take:

“Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, Who is in you, Whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price.” 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

If you take your own life, there is no hope for salvation and eternal life. The wages of sin are death — spiritual death that leads to an eternity in hell. Despite the agony you may be experiencing, the best thing to do is persevere, pray, and confide in someone you trust… there’s always someone willing to listen.

Don’t isolate yourself or spend hours thinking about whatever is troubling you. You will never find the light if you remain in darkness.

Don’t convince yourself that no one cares about you or your problems.

Keep busy and be optimistic.

Do things that make you feel happy, eat your favourite foods, go for a walk.

If you’re confined to bed, read a book, rest and yes, have a good cry once in a while, but don’t sink to the level of self-pity and self-loathing.

Let your friends and family know that you need company and comfort.

If you have been diagnosed with a terminal illness, let nature takes its course and hold on however painful it may get.

If you feel lonely, unwanted or unloved, remember that God loves you and wants the best for you.

If you have suddenly gone blind, deaf, lost a limb or been irreversibly scarred, remember that life goes on… you just have to adjust. Self-acceptance is the key to overcoming obstacles.

(see Where do we go when we die?, The Ten Commandments, The 12 Deadly Sins, The Great Deception and Wake Up! It’s 1984)





Monarch slaves, who are possessed by demons that act as their alter personas and control them, may ‘commit suicide’ or ‘self destruct’ once they begin to fight their demonic possession and their madness can no longer be contained (see Monarch slaves).

The mascot/identifier of Omega is a gun or knife held to the self.

Here are some Monarch slaves symbolising suicide:

Alex Dunstan

Alex Dunstan

Seung-Hui Cho, a South Korean mass murderer who killed 32 people and wounded 17 others on April 16, 2007, at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia, U.S. Cho committed suicide after police breached the doors of the building where most of the shooting had taken place

Andre Romelle Young, known by his stage name Dr. Dre, on the cover of The Source magazine

Gigi Hadid photographed by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia November 2015

Jelena Noura Hadid, known as Gigi Hadid, photographed by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia in November 2015

Lil Wayne

Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr., known by his stage name Lil Wayne; the chains symbolise his enslavement, the crosses represent his ownership to Satan

Lindsay Lohan, photographed by Terry Richardson

Lindsay Lohan, photographed by Terry Richardson. Demons possess Monarch slaves and completely control every aspect of their lives. A cigarette is a symbol of this ‘taking of the body’. The smoke from the cigarette represents the spirit/demon (all alters personas are demons) replacing the slave

lindsay lohan2

lindsay lohan3

Brandy Norwood

Brandy Norwood. The pictures depict an Omega alter/demon killing the slave


Linda Evagelista and Christy Turlington by Ellen von Unwerth Vogue Italia

Linda Evagelista and Christy Turlington, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia. Linda and Christy have been styled to look identical — to symbolise the Omega alter/demon killing the slave

Reminisce Smith, known by her stage name Remy Ma, photographed for XXL magazine

Stephen Jones Plastic Tablets 2002

Stephen Jones (Babybird) on the cover of the album Plastic Tablets 2002

Vinnie Paz

Vincenzo Luvineri, known by his stage name Vinnie Paz, on the cover of the single Drag You to Hell

Elle Fanning photographed for V magazine

Elle Fanning, photographed for V magazine

Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain

Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit

Fred Durst (Limp Bizkit)


Mathangi ‘Maya’ Arulpragasam, known by her stage name M.I.A.

Brittany Murphy

Brittany Anne Bertolotti, known by her stage name Brittany Murphy

Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen, known by her stage name Tila Tequila

Justin Bieber, photographed by Steven Klein for Interview magazine's August 2015 edition

Justin Bieber, photographed by Steven Klein for Interview magazine’s August 2015 edition

Rick Ross on the reverse side of his album God Forgives, I Don't

William Leonard Roberts II, known by his stage name Rick Ross, on the reverse side of the album God Forgives, I Don’t

Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino

Machine Gun Kelly at the Vogue Theatre , Vancouver, Canada in September 2015

Richard Colson Baker, known by his stage name Machine Gun Kelly, at the Vogue Theatre, Vancouver, Canada in September 2015