----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Look" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2005 3:18 PM
Subject: response to the Kingdom of God on earth deception
To Ken Adachi,
I do not have the time to go through all the errors in the
Kingdom of God on earth deception article but I do want to make a few statements.
You were partially right on why Jesus Christ came to earth but you missed
the very important part that He came as a servant to allow Himself to be
sacrificed on the Cross as payment for the sins of those who will repent
from wrongdoing and believe in Him and receive Him as their Lord and Savior
and then cause their actions to prove their belief.
You mentioned several end time preachers that you believe
have an evil agenda. It is true that some of these people really do not
represent a true believer in Jesus because they are more concerned about
money and other worldly things than they are about the message of Jesus.
On the other hand some of them really are concerned about the message of
Jesus, like Billy Graham, and you do a great injustice to lump him in with
the others just because he speaks about what the Bible says about the end
And that is the next point that a person should either believe
in the truth of the Bible or reject it. If you believe that the Bible is
God's Word to humans, then you can read it for yourself and see that what
many of the end time preachers are saying is the exact truth from the Bible.
It says in several different places in the Bible that Christ will return
to earth to (rapture) take those with Him who believe in Him. Then He will
return to earth with those who have believe in Him and set up His 1000 year
reign on earth. The Bible says that the writings in the Bible are foolishness
to those who are parishing. Are you one who is parishing or are you one
who will read the Bible and believe in Jesus?
New Hope, MN
----- Original Message -----
From: "Educate-Yourself" <email@example.com>
To: "Stephen Look" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2005 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: response to the Kingdom of God on earth deception
The statements in your e-mail are a reflection of your beliefs,
which are really things that you were TAUGHT to believe as true and have
accepted as such, but you only have your trust in the integrity of those
who preached these things, as well as your trust in the fidelity of the
stated source of those concepts, the King James Bible. Before I respond
to your statements, I want to remind you that my purpose in writing my introductory
remarks and outlining the scope of the British Israel 'Kingdom of God on
Earth' scheme was to alert the honest Christian, the Christian who truly
adheres to the spiritually advanced teachings of Jesus, that a massive deception
is in place that is being manipulated and orchestrated into fruition by
Luciferians. You need to be more discerning in your reaction
to what I wrote. You've stuck on three or four responses from the Top
Ten list of preacher-inspired, fundamentalist dogma, but fail to see
the framework of manipulation and deceit sewn within that tapestry.
For example, your 'all or nothing' requirement about believing in the 'truth'
of the Bible is a hallmark of fundamentalist conditioning
). You want to simplify the battlefield and draw clear boundaries of where
the 'enemy' lines are and where yours are. You want to keep it simple, so
it's either take it all in as "God's written word" or
get out of camp and join the infidels. Right? Can you recognize a circle-the-wagons
mind set within your response?
If you had read my comments more carefully, you would already
know that I do not accept the notion that the Bible is the "written
word of God". First, you have to remember that there is not ONE Bible,
but rather 600 versions of 'the' Bible. I remind the reader that the Bible
is a compilation of writings penned by flesh and blood human beings, and
not by God. It is ludicrous and intellectually dishonest to claim that the
Bible is written by God when most books of the old and new testaments are
named after the human author of that book. Do you think that Paul's Letters
to the Corinthians was written by Paul or written by God? Are not the gospels
of John and Matthew written by John and Matthew? In my introductory remarks,
I said that it's OK to claim that the texts within the Bible were inspired
by God, but to claim that every word in the King James Bible was written
by God -and is therefore infallible- is foolishness. Locking you into such
a belief system, however, is critical to the agents of the British Israel
deception scheme-agents like Billy Graham- because once they can get you
into that corner, then they can have their way with you. You will accept
anything as being ordained by God if Pastor so and so
can first convince you that's it's "in the Bible" (beginning to
see a little light Steve?). If you turn on any fundamentalist TV station
like TBN, you will hear the mantra that the Bible is the "written word
of God" at least 100 times a day. It's a necessary element of the conditioning
protocol and must therefore be repeated over and over again.
What we today call the Bible is an accretion of many texts,
some ancient, some more recent. The King James version had original texts
excised from it (the two Books of Macabees for example) and was extensively
edited by Sir Francis Bacon and Robert Fludd,
the Grand Master of the Priory of Sion during that period. One book reported
that a study done in 1881 had identified 36,191 translation errors
made by Bacon and Fludd. It is not possible that these two men, so highly
educated and intelligent, could have made so many translation errors in
innocence. These were intentional errors, designed to mislead.
You might be interested to know that Manly P. Hall,
the well known historian of Freemasonry
(http://educate-yourself.org/cn/freemasonryoccult31mar05.shtml), had little
doubt that Francis Bacon was the illegitimate son of Queen Elizabeth
I (King James' predecessor) and the Earl of Leicester, Robert Dudley.
Francis Bacon was raised by Nicholas and Anne Bacon and was destined to
become one of the most influential men in British history. Francis Bacon
wielded enormous power both overtly, as the Viscount of St. Albans and the
Lord Chancellor of England, and covertly, as a Rosicrucian working through
the Inns of Court, the Brotherhood-controlled legal profession
of the Knights Templar headquartered at Temple Bar in London. Francis
Bacon and Robert Fludd played a decisive role in editing the King James
version of the Bible because they had a hidden Brotherhood agenda to implement,
an agenda that had everything to do with manipulation and power over others,
and nothing to do with spiritual advancement or the teachings of Jesus Christ.
This is ONE of the areas of deception that the author of The Union Jack
book and the newsletters of Helen Peters were trying to alert sincere Christians
about, and this is why I wrote my introductory essay to their warnings.
You know, it's easy to change the entire meaning of a biblical
passage by simply altering the translation of a given word (ever so slightly)
to another word that might resemble the original meaning in some respects,
but still not ACCURATELY reflect the intent and context of the original
(mother) word. Here's an example: the story of Genesis and the Garden of
Eden . etc. is in reality a largely watered down, truncated version of a
much longer and more detailed Sumerian epic. In the Sumerian original, the
word 'God' was not given as a SINGULAR word, but was rather ACCURATELY translated
as the plural, "Gods" . That's right, "Gods", plural,
more than one. Now that probably seems crazy to you because you've always
heard it expressed as "God", singular, so what's going on?
Early church officials couldn't accept the translation of
the word "God" as plural because it didn't fit with the official
story that God created the world in six days, had created Adam from clay
and Eve from his rib, etc., so they just changed the word from "Gods"
to "God". Simple, see? Problem solved. The Sumerian epic on which
the Genesis story is based used the plural word "Gods" because
the scribes who wrote it (approximately 6,000 BC) were indeed referring
to more than one being who they VIEWED as gods, the Annunaki aliens from
the planet Nibiru who had first landed on earth roughly 450,000 years ago
(see "Genesis Revisited" by Zecharia Sitchin). These "gods"
essentially rescued mankind (seen as workers by the Annunaki) following
the upheavals and devastation caused by the Great Flood and reset the technological
advancements of mankind by putting the Sumerians on a technological Fast
Track so they didn't have to go through a long period of evolvement from
a primitive to a technologically advanced society.
The plural translation of the word "Gods" wasn't
the only problem area that early church officials had fretted about when
dealing with the original texts from which 'the' Bible was compiled. They
were upset with entire BOOKS from the earlier texts of the Bible, so they
just took them out all together. The Book of Jubilees is a good example.
Ever heard of it? It was removed from the official Bible in 323 AD at the
Council of Nicea. Here's why:
The Book of Jubilees contains passages and ideas that do not
FIT the sanctioned cover story that church officials wished to project to
the masses- ideas like REINCARNATION, which is, as you know, a no-no belief
for fundamentalist Christians. Only those coo coo Hindus with their sacred
cows trampling all over town, could believe in such a silly concept. Every
fundamentalist Christian KNOWS that when you die, you get judged by Jesus
(or God, or St Peter, or someone in High Authority) and it's either Up Escalator
or Down Escalator, right Steve? And no stop offs at Lonigan's Saloon either
for a quick one on the way down! No sir, it's either 'Burn Baby Burn' or
'Tiptoe Through the Tulips' after we pass over the River Jordan (how am
I doing so far? Is this not what you believe? )
That is not to say that the Bible, King James or any other
version, is not a valuable book of thought, as it is indeed filled
with inspired and spiritually advanced teachings. And anyone who wants to
take advantage of its wisdom can only gain in soul development, however,
it is wrong to use the Bible as a vehicle of manipulation and deception-and
that is precisely what the TV evangelists use it for.
The notion of the Bible's infallibility was drummed into you by constant
repetition. In fact, every statement you make in this letter is a reflection
of conditioned thought. Your 'beliefs' were formed and entrenched by fundamentalist
preachers who have influenced you. Billy Graham is obviously someone you
admire and hold up as an example of a true messenger of Jesus and I suppose
prior to reading Brice Taylor's book, Thanks for the Memories,
in 1999, I too held a similar impression of Billy Graham. Who wouldn't?
What we all see on TV or at Billy
Graham's televised crusades is a carefully crafted image of a wonderful
person, a man of God, but that's the IMAGE; it is not the reality of Billy
Graham. Billy Graham sold his soul to the Dark Side in the 1940's in exchange
for celebrity status, power, national prominence, and money. According to
Fritz Springmeier and Cisco Wheeler, Billy Graham is a victim of mind control
and has been observed participating in satanic rituals His reality is exactly
opposite of the image that he projects of himself as a 'man of God'. I'll
grant you that people who are under mind control are generally
not consciously aware of their conduct while switched into an alternate
personality, but Billy made a decision in the 1940's to go along
with the masonic Luciferians in order to maintain his power and not have
his ministry taken down by them.
Contrary to your assessment, I am not "lumping in"
in the saintly looking, silver haired Billy Graham with anybody. He stands
out quite distinctly on his own from the other evangelical preachers mentioned
as a result of his witnessed conduct during the past 60 years.
You base your benign impression of Billy Graham on what you're seen on TV,
but those impressions are the ones that you are INTENDED to gather about
him, as Billy Graham possess a huge public relations machine whose job it
is to maintain his squeaky clean image and keep his halo buffed to a high
gloss at all times. The 731 page biography, A Prophet with Honor by
William Martin, is a good example of such PR puffery. You haven't read,
however, any of the books about Billy Graham that paint a very different
picture of him. You haven't read the testimony of Monarch mind control victims
who were abused by him and had witnessed Billy Graham participate in satanic
rituals. Of course, you haven't read the testimony of former Illuminati
programmer Cisco Wheeler who describes Billy's conduct in great detail in
her book, co-written by Fritz Springmeier, called The
Illuminati Formula to Create a Total Mind Controlled Slave ( http://educate-yourself.org/mc/IlluminatiFormulaindex.shtml
"Before we get into the details, we’ll take
an overview. Satanists thrive on power. Satan loves to give his followers
power. Satan took Christ to the mountaintop and told Christ that he’d
have a "crusade" and bring everyone to follow Christ, if Christ
would just bow down and worship him. Christ refused. Billy Graham accepted
it. We know a great deal how the Satanists took Billy Graham, the brush
salesman and made him into the famous evangelist that he has become. Additionally,
we also know from victims of Satanism, that have come out of it, that
Billy Graham has been a Satanist himself. How can this be? And how can
we know this? "
Are you prepared to read this chapter Steve? And would you
be willing to accept it after your read it?
Probably not. You've been conditioned to believe otherwise
and it's hard to change directions when you are exposed to information that
is a radical departure from that which you ASSUMED was inviolate. That's
one of the downsides to being a devotee of Christian fundamentalism: you
are CONDITIONED to be so self-assured in your 'beliefs', that you become
confident that you KNOW what is true and what is not and you will react
with condemnatory prejudice against anyone who challenges
your sacred cows -as you have done in this letter to me. Essentially, you
can't recognize the difference between arrogance and true knowledge or 'knowing'.
'Knowing' is an attribute of inner wisdom, while arrogance is a by-product
of ego. You feel compelled to correct my wayward thoughts by threats
of condemnation when you write: "Are you one who is parishing..
Judgment and condemnation of others are additional hallmarks
of Christian fundamentalism of the TV evangelical variety, but such things
are not in keeping with Christ's teachings. Need I remind you that casting
judgment on others was rebuked by Jesus when He asked "Who shall cast
the first stone....?".
Yes, I know all about the "End Times" and how it's being
packaged and delivered to you neatly wrapped like a gift box of Russian
dolls, one nested within another. I've been hearing about it since I was
a child and I believed it when I was younger, as I didn't have any other
source of contravening information. I went along with everyone else and
believed it because we were taught that as children, just as you were taught
that as a child, but that doesn't mean it's a true prophesy, just because
it's repeated over and over, generation after generation. It means you have
been inculcated to BELIEVE that it's a true prophesy.
Zeph Daniel used to buy into the same End Times package that
you currently subscribe to, but through Divine Grace was able to break free
of that conditioning and write a long essay on the End Times deception.
It's titled End
Times Programming ( http://educate-yourself.org/cn/endtimesprogramming23oct04.shtml
). Maybe you should read what he had to say.
The current promotion of the Rapture is a false concept engineered
into existence by the Brotherhood
(http://educate-yourself.org/nwo/brotherhoodindex.shtml). When Jesus spoke
to His disciples and to His followers about "coming with" Him,
He was not referring to the Rapture, a physical ascent of The Chosen
into heaven during the End Times scenario. Jesus was talking about the spiritual
world. When you make these sort of statements Steve, I can see just how
thoroughly you have been mislead by TV evangelists.
There will be a Rapture of sorts, however, when the Brotherhood
arrives at that juncture in their "End Times" agenda. And people
who want to go will be "beamed up" (see Project
Blue Beam http://educate-yourself.org/cn/projectbluebeam25jul05.shtml
) when that scene goes down, but they will find themselves inside alien
spacecraft and not heaven. Of course, those who are foolish enough to go
along with this deception will be told that they are going to a wonderful
Promised Land of milk and honey , but they will eventually find themselves
enslaved or being served as lunch (that's another story). I'll save the
historical background details on the manufacturing of the Rapture story
for another essay, but in the meantime, you can read what Red
Elk had to say about The False Rapture ( http://educate-yourself.org/cn/falseraptureRedElkinterview08mar02.shtml
The 'Kingdom of God on Earth'
This is the central theme of The Union Jack book and the essays
of Helen Peters. These and other writers like Barbara Aho have invested
a great deal of time trying to point out the historical background and nature
of the scam, especially the British origins of the deception. It's up to
you to decide whether you're willing to seriously examine what they have
to say or dismiss it out of hand. You've accepted the idea of the physical
return of Jesus and the Kingdom of God on Earth scenario because it's been
drilled into you from early childhood, but you've been deceived by masonic
agents posing as TV Christian evangelists, some of them dupes, and others
as knowing agents. There will be a Second Coming of Christ, I believe, but
not a physical return to earth. I think it's more accurate to think of the
Second Coming as a SPIRITUAL expansion and awakening to the truths that
Jesus tried so hard to convey during His lifetime on earth.
The rest is up to you. You always have the opportunity to
step outside of the box and look at all of the evidence available to you,
if you're willing to invest the time and energy to do it. Christ warned
that there would be great deception in these times and you need to recognize
that great deception is not EASILY seen by the masses. It requires time
to study and a willingness to THINK deeply about these matters in order
to DISCERN the wheat from the chaff.
Sincerely, Ken Adachi
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, December 28, 2005 1:03 PM
Subject: Regarding your response to an email
Let me first say I enjoy your sight. I love educating myself and this site
definitely contains plenty of facts and opinions. I depend on the Lord to
help me discern what information is really worth retaining and what is foolishness.
I am happy to say I have yet to totally discredit anything from this site.
I am concerned about your response to the gentleman who wanted to defend
Billy Graham. I know all about his reputation as a practicing Luciferian
and mind control handler, and I believe it to be true (I have read Springmeier
and Wheeler's books). Its your responses regarding the Bible I find interesting.
The Word of God is just that, the Word of God. Written by men through divine
revelations. If you believe in God you have to understand the concept of
omniscience. God is all knowing. He knew His word would be tainted, manipulated
and tampered with before He created man. He has allowed the things that
matter to remain as they are. No man can take what God wants us to have
and simply remove it, my God is more powerful than that. God uses saints
and sinners to fulfill His purpose, He even uses Satan. Satan could make
the most horrible situation occur in a believers life and God can turn it
around for His glory.
Whatever any man may believe, the truth is the truth, and it really is black
and white. God didn't make it a puzzle. If you believe in Jesus Christ as
the son of God, who came to Earth to die for the sins of mankind, if you
love him and obey him, you will spend eternity with Him. You won't be reincarnated
and there are no second chances. It is as you say, "up escalator or
down escalator". It may seem impossible that God would make it that
simple, but He did.
Consider this fact, the things that are made into puzzles are the things
that have been created by or used as propaganda by the Luciferians. They
make everything a mystery because they lie, steel and destroy on behalf
of Satan. God doesn't do that, his Word says He is not "..the author
of confusion" (that's in Romans).
Have you read Mary K. Baxter's "Divine Revelations of Hell" or
"Divine Revelations of Heaven"? If not, I would suggest it as
very relevant reading. It gives an interesting insight into a lot of the
information you were disputing. I would love to know if you consider these
books to be as valid as any other persons "words" or "experiences"
you accept as fact. As a Christian I find these books to be very credible.
Let me clarify "Christian". I have a personal relationship with
Jesus. No man could ever make me believe his words simply because they are
said. I turn to Jesus to answer my questions and He always tells me the
TRUTH. I go to Jesus for healing not a man, I go to Jesus for prophesy not
a man. I am a follower of Christ Jesus, therefore I refer to myself as a
Also, please do not be offended by my questions or comments. I have noticed
how you can sometimes get defensive when your views are questioned or criticized.
As a matter of fact, I bring this up to you because I respect your obvious
knowledge of government conspiracies.
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