Tag Archives: age of deceit
August 12, 2011Posted by on
I’ve been working pretty hard at this movie and I have to say, it has not come easy. The research, the challenge of reading the doctrines of demons, the spiritual attacks, it’s all there. But God has definitely pulled me through. The latest bump, my Digi 003+ rack, which to most people is just technical jargon, crashed. It’s basically my audio interface which allows me to create music, do my voice overs, etc in my preferred audio editing software of Pro Tools. Without this, I can’t get to several of the voice over files and music that I’ve been working on for the film. So in the meantime, I decided to put together a short trailer from the material I do have. It’s definitely not much, but it’s to show that I am actually working on it, and it is coming along despite the roadblocks.
A special thank you to Chris White and Douglas Hamp who are featured in the film. Not only did they take the time to contribute, but they have been instrumental in the support, inspiration, and faith for me to know that the information I am presenting is not some crazy conspiracy theory or wishful thinking, but in fact biblically sound and truthful in the world we live in today. Chris told me in Branson that the bible is as far as I need to go to find answers and the more research I do, the more true this statement has become. Thank you guys from the bottom of my heart! Praise the Lord.
June 28, 2011Posted by on
As I began the video editing and voice over process of the film, I realized that I need to rewrite the script to add several key points that I want to have in the film. I knew this was going to happen. For some reason, I have to actually get the editing and voice over part of the film started before I can get a better grasp of how to fit some of the specific information that I’ve been collecting over the last couple months into the film. It’s just the way I work I guess. I would drive a professional film studio batty.
Please continue to pray for the project since again, some of the information is pretty dark and disturbing and although I knew about these concepts, once you dig into the literature, it really starts to mess with you. In light of all this research on the new age and the new world order, something very interesting happened at the local library.
I believe that some things can occur as coincidence, and other times they’re just flat out a deliberate message in some kind of prophetic inspiration from the Holy Spirit, or even a sinister message from the side of the fallen. I’m not sure which category this falls into, but I have to admit, it made me laugh! I was at a local library doing a search on the library kiosk for some books. I typed in the phrase “new age” into the search engine and I was returned a whopping, 666 search results! I chuckled out loud and people diligently doing their research and homework looked at me since I committed library sin by making noise. I quickly pulled out my phone and took a snap shot of it.
I think it’s probably some kind of ironic coincidence, but I found it amusing nonetheless. Needless to say, the project is coming along, but balancing work, family, and film making is much tougher than I ever anticipated. If I am able to, I will include an interview with LA Marzulli, and Douglas Hamp in the film. Chris White will obviously be quoted several times. Marzulli and Hamp are local guys so we are in the process of emailing each other trying to figure out a date and time to do the interview. If they don’t make the film, I will make sure to make a post here on it.
I want to personally thank Chris White again for mentioning this blog and my youtube page on his podcast since it has had a huge response and more publicity than I could have ever imagined. Thank you Chris! And God Bless!
June 10, 2011Posted by on
This is a short video showing how America’s founding fathers really felt about the bible and Christianity.
We are taught in school that America was founded on Christian principles, that the men who wrote the Constitution and founded this nation were all good Christian men. According to the research done by Chris Pinto of Adullam Films, this idea is false. Not only were many of the men not Christians, but they adamantly spoke out against Christianity. In fact, much of their philosophy did not stem from biblical Christianity, but rather Francis Bacon’s “New Atlantis” which eerily spoke of how this nation should look with great accuracy.
The knock is that America did not want to have a monarch in the same way Europe did where religion and government were one. They were able to establish this through the separation of church and state, but was there a more sinister agenda as to why they did this? Is there a reason why the word “God” does not appear in the Constitution? Furthermore, not only were many of these men not Christians, but many of them were part of a secret society of Freemasons, or Rosicrucians. When you trace the concepts and ideologies of these secret societies back to its roots, one finds that at the center of their philosophy lies the idea that Lucifer or Satan is actually god. So with that in mind, ask yourself, what did the founding fathers REALLY have in mind for the United States of America? Could it be that America was founded on ancient prophecies to resurrect Apollyon/Apollo/Osiris/Nimrod, aka the antichrist?