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July 27, 2011Posted by on
After a great night of fellowship and discussions, I was not ready for the last day of the conference. It was too much fun. The next morning, I got up and went straight to Rob Skiba’s talk on Mt.Hermon/Roswell connection. The talk was about much than just his title. It was on the supernatural manifesting here on earth. As LA Marzulli often says, “the UFO phenomenon is real, burgeoning, and not going away.” Rob’s talk was a compelling one because he really showed how understanding the Nephilim and reading and referencing books which are quoted in the bible such as the book of Enoch and the book of Jasher helps bring the bible to life. He made a really good point about the psuedopigraphical books like Enoch. He stated that just as many apologists today use Josephus as some sort of proof text to confirm the existence of Jesus, so can we use the book of Enoch and Jasher as ways to verify and understand the biblical account better. They are not inspired cannon, but perhaps a guideline, a book to help understand the bible in the times at hand. The Mt.Herman/Roswell connection is rather simple. According to Enoch, the Bene-Ha-Elohim or the Sons of God we see in Job and Genesis 6 descended down to earth on Mt.Hermon. It’s coordinates are 33.33 degrees longitude by 33.33 latitude. Well interestingly, the Roswell crash in 1947 land in the exact same coordinates but on the other side of the globe. Rob then showed a video he had put together of a montage of official news reports on UFO’s in the main stream media. I was moved close to tears and definitely had goosebumps because of the imagery and the bible versus that confirmed the deception at hand. Rob came back on stage in tears obviously shaken up and stated, “This is serious guys…this is real.”
I missed the Noah Hutchings talk and instead decided to go watch Chris White baptize a guy named Mark whom I had met the night before. Mark was a guy who had just come to the Lord and it was very cool to come support a guy I’ve known for two days and be a part of his baptism. Chris didn’t budge as he just got in the water in his jeans and shirt to do what symbolizes the death of the old self and being born again in the spirit of Jesus Christ. Praise God.
After having lunch with a brother named Craig, who would later get baptized by Russ Dizdar, and a sister named Devin, I went to Andrew Hoffman’s talk on Eugenics. Andrew’s presentation was exceptional. He went through the history and demonstrated how the ideologies of Eugenics publicly acknowledged in the early part of the 20th century has not changed, but is being done under different names or propaganda now like genetic research. One interesting point that was personal to me was the idea that Japan was funded by the Rockafellers in the early 20th century to do their eugenics program. As a second generation Japanese American with no knowledge of my ancestry beyond my grandparents and no knowledge of my family history, it got me thinking and wondering if my bloodline had anything to do with this Eugenics program that was done in Japan. Nevertheless, Andrew’s ability to tie these things to what is happening today with our food, and the injustice we see in suppressing well meaning humble farms was astonishing. It was also quite disturbing to see how medicine and vaccines is also a part of the agenda. A good point he brought up was that Bill Gates is a proponent of vaccines around the world when a quarter of his money would feed much of Africa.
The final talk I attended was with Russ Dizdar on the topic of Dark Rituals, Dark Powers. This was quite dark. But in reality, what I came out with was an andeniable fire for Christ. Russ is quite the believer. We believers do not go seeking demons to destroy. Russ does. He deliberately confronts these dark powers and uses the power of Christ to defeat them. I could only imagine how powerful my home church would be if we had leaders such as Russ Dizdar. A great point he made, which I had heard him say before, was that our pulpits usually consist of 40-60 seconds of prayer per service while satanic covens all across the world spend at least two hours in their rituals. The point is, where are the prayer warriors? Where are the brothers and sisters in Christ who are bold and strong willing to confront these dark entities? Who prays against Bohemian grove or the Bilderbergers meetings? We wrestle not against flesh and blood and Russ certainly walks in this truth. All in all, it was a great way to end the conference, but little did I know that the conference would continue all the way until I got home to Orange County.
After the Russ Dizdar talk, I met up with Douglas Hamp and a couple other fellows and decided to go eat dinner. When we walked into the resturant, we saw Rob Skiba and his party. Well, being good people, Rob invited our party to join his. This turned out to be one extraordinary dinner. I had Rob Skiba in front of me, and Douglas Hamp to my right. For those that don’t know, Doug wrote a book called Corrupting the Image: Angels, Aliens and the Antichrist. I believe I have a link to the right so definitely check that out. The conversations were so amazing. I recall eating food, but I have no recollection of how it tasted or how if it was any good because I was fixated on the various topics we were discussing. It was truly a blessing to be around such amazing company. I would list the things we talked about, but it would take too long!
Later that evening after dinner, I went down tot he pool where I watched brother Craig get baptized by Russ Dizdar. This was a small fellowship between many of the speakers at the conference. Dr.Future, Tom Bionic, Russ Dizdar, Rob Skiba, not to mention all the other brothers and sisters who we had met at the conference. It was an amazing time of fellowship for certain.
The conference did not end there. The next morning, I had arranged having brunch with Doug when he called and told me that Chris Pinto will be joining us. Now Chris was the only guy who I had not had a chance to meet at the conference. I went to his talk on the hidden faith of our founding fathers, and have seen his films, but had never met him before. Once again, this was no ordinary meal. Douglas Hamp to my right, and Chris Pinto in front of me. Now Chris Pinto is a very well educated man. He has a wealth of knowledge and has done some tremendous research. I was blwon away at how much he knew. His main contention is that the church, or the body of Christ, has been tainted by late 19th century teachings such as the rapture, and the 70th week of Daniel. He has some very compelling arguments and goes back to the early church fathers for the kind of perspective he believes we should open ourselves up to. Very compelling, very interesting.
After brunch, we took a shuttle to the airport. The bus ride consisted of a couple sisters we had met, along with Doug, Chris Pinto, and Andrew Hoffman and his wife. So we joked again, “the conference continues!” because really it was. We began to talk about mystery school teachings and how it all ties into the vatican and the Roman Catholic Church. Once again, I had very little to contribute to the conversation because I was in listening mode. Once we got to the airport, we continued the conversation until we got to Denver, of which where we were all going.
When we arrived at Denver International, we decided that we would go check out the murals supposedly funded by the Free Masons. After going through the train and getting to the baggage claim area, we found the infamous murals, a conspiracy theorists dream. We stood in front of them and wondered why someone would put these images here in the airport. Chris Pinto looked at some of the symbolism and explained to us what he thought they meant. But there were more questions than answeres. Nevertheless, the basic undertone was obvious. A new age philosophy, and through it world peace, and the restoration of nature. Either way, it was a wonderful way to end the conference which began in Branson with fellowship at Denver. After some hanging out, Doug and I had to hit the flight back to Orange County.
The ride home was bumpy, but we made it. This weekend were some of the best times of my life and something I will never forget. The fellowship was almost greater than the amazing talks from all the great presenters at the conference. I pray for the safety and security of all who were there, and I pray for all the people I met and hope that we will cross paths once again. 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?