Subject: El Diablo Sign & Christian TV Preachers
Date: Tue, July 17, 2012
To: Ken Adachi
You are right about difficulty sending you an email. I am trying this a second time. The first one wouldn't go through and then I could not get into your site until I restarted my PC.
I am writing because of noting several high profile TV evangelists/teachers/preachers showing the 'el diablo' sign in their messages (i.e., Joseph Prince, Benny Hinn, others). My background with Calvary Chapel churches has already made me wary of many preachers on TV/satellite. But my mind can't quite comprehend the significance of what I am noting. Should I consider what I am spotting in these programs a huge red flag or minimize the significance as my over active paranoia at work?
Truly, Cindy W
It's definitely a red flag. I wrote a number of articles in the past about phony TV evangelicals who are really British Israel (Zionist) promoters dressed up as fundamentalist preahers. According to Cisco Wheeler, the CIA infiltrated the Pentecostal and charismatic evangelical churches in the late 1940s with the intention of targeting them for the British Israel story line. The so called non denominational groups of today are often spin offs of the tent revivalism of the 1930s led by people like Amy Temple McPherson, another contolled individual serving a hidden agenda. Many of these individuals, like Benny Hinn, are involved with a much darker force than you might suspect. That's why you see them flash the Devil hand sign so innocuosly and rapidly. The message to the insiders is "we are in control ." It's also a triggering sign for mind controlled individuals to enter into an altered, programmed state. Cisco Wheeler was especially angry about Hinn since she told me that she was present at satanic rituals that Hinn was also present at.
I went to Calvary Chapel on many occasions in the 1990s. Most of the people who go there are innocent and of good heart, but I saw definite signs of indoctrination and brain washing by the staff which turned me off. I have to assume that they are following the British Israel party line today as most fundamentalist Christian groups, it seems, have been sucked into this hoax. I noticed on the internet that there a a few Christian rebels (genuine Christians in my view) who protest and demonstrate against the British Israel promoters. I wish a lot more people who call themselves Christians would wake up and recognize the NWO wolves within their midst and reject them completely in favor of the teachings of Jesus Christ (instead of the Zionist-inspired, murderous "teachings" of John Hagee and his ilk).
Subject: RE: El Diablo Sign & Christian TV Preachers
Date: Wed, July 18, 2012
To: Ken Adachi
Thank you for replying. While I have been skeptical of Benny Hinn for quite a few years, Joseph Prince is a newcomer that has many programs running all day long. He is very interesting to listen to (plus very charming and cute) but have repeatedly noticed the hand sign being flashed for over a year or more. Sometimes I get emotionally sucked into what I am hearing (wanting to believe all Christian programming is genuine) but then I see the hand signs and get disturbed. Sometimes I still give money to such kinds of ministries and feel stupid afterwards.
Back in the late 90s while away from the church I ended up being targeted by 2 satanic groups in Arizona. It was/is a very bizarre story, and I find usually it is best not to go into details.
Earlier in the 90s I found myself living amongst several covens while volunteering for room and board at a state run community (in Washington) while going through grad school. As different tactics were used to attempt to break me down and indoctrinate me... I researched the 'El Diablo' hand sign a superior put in my face. I thought it was some kind of baseball sign...LOL!!! I learned through my research I was dealing with the occult and the dots all started to connect. I recall a professor commenting near the end of grad school say that 'they' always have this kind of difficulty when a person is a born again Christian. At that time I was backslidden and not broadcasting being saved. But being saved caused all sorts of havoc with what they were trying to do.
Never the less since the 90s I have tried to return to my faith but not without difficulty and heartache. Knowledge of good and evil is not truly a splendid thing... as that story went and still goes in a variety of forms. I have feared the enemy has used me in returning to the church and at this time do church via the Internet.
Can you tell me which men of God and/or churches you feel are fairly safe and free from contamination?
I am not sure of all the terms you used in your reply. I have in the past researched topics on the Illuminati, CIA mind control, etc. I guess since 2000 or so (as I've sought to return to the church and my faith) I have tried to forget what I know... but not entirely does that work.
Thank you again.
Truly, Cindy W
Well, if you prefer to be inspired by a preacher, then you need to size them up and see if they make the grade. It's not difficult to tell who the con artists are. It's as plain as day. If a self annointed "pastor" isn't exclusively talking about the same themes of human conduct which Jesus Christ addressed while on earth, as exemplified in the Sermon on the Mount with the Beatitudes, then that preacher is working on a different agenda than the one that Jesus Christ had in mind. There is no place in a Christian church setting to promote politics, or engage in Muslim bashing, or hate rhetoric of any type, war saber rattling, money making themes, etc.
Traditional Prostestant sects such as Lutheran, or Methodist, or Episcopalian, for example, tend to avoid the End Times/Amrageddon/Tribulations/Rapture party line (British Israelism) which is S.O.P. for the fundamentalist TV evangelical types who usually describe themselves as either non denominational or they come from a Pentecostal/charismatic background.
The teaching of Jesus are found in the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in the New Testament. I don't need to go outside my home to read their words. I can read spiritual advanced thinking in the books of Yogananda, T. Lopsang Rampa, Edgar Cayce, or Ethel Rowe, and many, many others. Spiritual awakening and understanding is an inner journey. It does not require getting on someone else's tour bus. I prefer to do it myself.
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