James 5:1 (KJV) Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.

Monday, May 30, 2011

20,000 Israeli Jews Are Christians

Among Israeli Jews, 20,000 embrace Christ

Posted on May 26, 2011 | by Ava Thomas 
ISRAEL (BP)--White and blue flags rustled in the breeze, and kebabs sizzled on the grill. Ben Martin* gathered the group around and offered a prayer of thanks for the food.

"Thank You for this food. Thank You for this nation. And thank You that after 2,000 years, You haven't forsaken Israel."

He hasn't forsaken it -- in fact, Jesus Christ is at work among the Jews more than ever, Martin said.

The crowd at this Israeli Independence Day party was more diverse than one might expect for a get-together celebrating the founding of the Jewish homeland in 1948.

There were Iranian Jews. Iraqi Jews. Russian Jews. American Jews.

"The face of the Jews here isn't what you'd expect," said Martin, a Christian worker among the Jews. "Because of 'the return,' it's a very diverse group."

The return of Jews after 1948 to what is Israel today brought the Diaspora -- Jews scattered worldwide -- back from different countries and cultures. But despite differences, the work among them is expanding all the time, Martin said. Baptist work in Israel started in the 1920s in an Arab town, and the Messianic work among the nation's Jews is a growing phenomenon.

Now there are an estimated 150 Jewish congregations around Israel meeting in different languages. The number of believers is estimated to be around 20,000, growing exponentially from 1948 when 12 Jews who believed in Jesus could be counted, to 1987 when there were 3,000 and 1997 where there were 5,000.

"This is clearly the work of Jesus, because it's very hard for a Jew to become a believer," Martin said.

It's fine for non-Jews to be Christians, but many Jews feel being a Jew by birth and a Christian by belief is inherently impossible, he explained. They feel the two are mutually exclusive. "It's a lie of 2,000 years that the Messianic movement [Jews who believe Jesus is the Messiah] has to fight against."

In the early years of the movement, when the Messianic Jews did street evangelism, they would often find Jews who already believed in Jesus but thought they were the only ones.

"We believe Jews are becoming more open to the Gospel all the time," Martin said.

And not just in Israel itself.

David and Cindy Bufkin* spent 21 years reaching out to the people of Argentina before they felt a strong pull to join the work God was doing among the Jews in the South American country. The couple was at the May 10 gathering, as part of the year they are spending in Israel to learn Jewish culture and Hebrew language before returning to work among Spanish-speaking Jews in Argentina.

"We wanted to be able to have the cultural foundation to connect with them and build relationships," Cindy Bufkin said. "It's a wide spectrum of culture among the Jews in Argentina, but they all have [Jewish tradition] in common. We want to be able to connect with them and lead them to the Messiah."
*Names have been changed. Ava Thomas is an International Mission Board writer/editor based in Europe.

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Many Shall Come In My Name ....

Taken From the "Lighthouse Newsletter." Find it HERE.

By Ray Yungen

I believe the Bible contains an important signal that the changes of times and seasons may indeed be at hand. In Matthew 24:3-5, which is a chapter dealing with the tribulation period, Jesus spoke these revealing words to His disciples concerning the signs of His coming and the end of the world (age):

    And as He sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto Him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign [indication] of thy coming, and of the end of the world [age]? And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you. For many shall come in My name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.” (emphasis mine)

In the past, I have heard two basic ways of interpreting verse 5—“for many shall come in my name, saying, ‘I am Christ;’ and shall deceive many.” The first interpretation is that there will be various ones claiming to be the returned Jesus Christ. The other view, which has gained greater acceptance in the last ten or fifteen years, is that a number of messiah figures would appear and gather followers to themselves in a fashion similar to Jim Jones or Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. I now feel both of these interpretations may be incorrect. It is in light of some predominant New Age viewpoints that these verses take on major significance.

A basic tenet of New Age thinking is that of the Master Jesus. Adherents to this idea believe that during the unrecorded period of His life, Jesus traveled to various occult centers and Mystery Schools in such places as Tibet, India, Persia, and Egypt where He learned the metaphysical secrets of the ages. Thus, they claim He spent seventeen years of travel on a pilgrimage of higher consciousness. According to this theory Jesus of Nazareth became the Master Jesus, one who has gained mastery over the physical world by becoming one with his higher self.

You will recall that one of the terms that New Agers regularly use for the higher self is the Christ consciousness. To them, Christ is not a person, but a state-of-being. Excerpts from the following New Age sources explain it this way:

    Jesus Christ educated His followers to discern the real man. He taught that there is a power in man that gives him authority over the things of the world. This principle is the higher self, the spiritual man, the Christ.1

    The Christ Consciousness or Christ Principle represents the idea of a Saviour, but not, as taught in orthodox religions, a physical, material person. Jesus became the Saviour as He rose to the heights of His inner powers and became a True Son of God. . . . In other words, when Jesus, the man, was ready, the Christ Principle or Consciousness took over and predominated.2

After reading innumerable such statements in New Age material, I decided to take a closer look at Matthew 24:5. What I found astounded me. The Greek word for “many” in this verse is polus which means a very great or sore number, as in millions and millions. A term derived from this word is hoi polloi, which translates the masses. The Greek words for “shall come in my name” means they shall come claiming to represent what He represents by using His name or authority. Therefore, Matthew 24:5 is saying that a very great number of people shall come claiming to represent what He represents, but are in fact, deceiving people. In light of come in my name, consider the following remarks taken from a variety of New Age sources:

    Jesus was an historical person, a human being; Christ, the Christos. is an eternal transpersonal condition of being. Jesus did not say that this higher state of consciousness realized in him was his alone for all time. Nor did he call us to worship him. Rather, he called us to follow him, to follow in his steps, to learn from him,   from his example.3

    Jesus was one soul who reached the state of Christ consciousness, there have been many others. He symbolized the blueprint we must follow…. The way is open to everyone to become a Christ by achieving the Christ Consciousness through walking the same path He walked.. . . He simply and beautifully demonstrated the pattern.4

    The significance of incarnation and resurrection is not that Jesus was a human like us but rather that we are gods like him—or at least have the potential to be. The significance of Jesus is not as a vehicle of salvation but as a model of perfection.5

    Jesus was aware of himself as a finished specimen of the new humanity which is to come—the new humanity which is to inherit the earth, establish the Kingdom, usher in the New Age.6

This view, then, is that Jesus is a model of what the New Age or Aquarian person is to become. I would say these statements can be called coming in His name or claiming to represent what He represents.

Now let us look at the second part of verse 5 in Matthew 24, “saying I am Christ.” Again, we find a multitude of statements such as the following:

    Every man is an individual Christ; this is the teaching for the New Age. The experiences of contacting the Christ Self and the subsequent vibrational lifting are not to be reserved for a favored few. Every person in the world, sooner or later, will receive this lifting action. No one will be left out or left behind. Everyone will receive the benefit of this step in human evolution.”  (emphasis mine)7

    Could it be that many Christians have been looking for “the Christ” in all the wrong places? Could it be that when Jesus said “no man knoweth the hour” of his return, it was because the return of the Christ comes now, within us, and is beyond space and time? Jesus may have been hinting at this when he told us the kingdom of God is within you—not in some time, nor in some place, but within. When we look within, through meditation and the expansion of consciousness, we move beyond time, and meet face-to-face with the Christ.8

    The Christ is You. You are the one who is to come—each of you. Each and every one of you!9

    Christhood is not something to come at a point in the future when you are more evolved. Christhood is—right now! I am the Christ of God. You are the Christ of God.10

Even more specific evidence ties the New Age into Jesus’ prophecy. In Luke 21:7-8, we find the same discourse as in Matthew 24:3-5. Again, note the warning:

    And they asked him, saying, Master, but when shall these things be? and what sign will there be when these things shall come to pass? And he said, Take heed that ye be not deceived: for many shall come in My name, saying, I am Christ; and the time draweth near; go ye not therefore after them. (Luke 21:7-8)

Notice “Christ” is italicized in verse 8, meaning that it was not in the original manuscript. The translators of the King James Bible probably thought it awkward that it said, “Many shall come saying, I am.” Probably for the sake of clarity and to be consistent with Matthew 24, the translators added the word “Christ.” It is very interesting that New Agers refer to themselves (or their higher selves) as the “I AM,” (one of the names of God). Note the following:

    The first experience of unification with the Christ consciousness may come with the initial crossing of the psychic barrier and contact with the Christ Self or I AM Self.11

    This Inner Self is called by many names such as: God-self, Higher-self, Christ Consciousness, I-AM, Buddah Nature, and many others.12

    This I AM is God . . . this I AM is You.. . . Universe and Individual Consciousness.. . . God knowing Itself as God, God knowing Itself as You, and You knowing Yourself as God.13

So what Jesus may have been saying is many shall be saying “I AM.”

Because of these statements, I firmly believe what Jesus Christ was prophesying in Matthew and Luke was the current New Age movement when it reaches its full fruition world-wide. He clearly stated that just before His physical return a huge number of people will proclaim their own personal divinity and that “many” (polus) will deceive—not some, but “many.” There was a good reason for Him to preface these prophesies with the warning, “Take heed that no man deceive you.” These people will be offering a spiritual message that will look, feel, and sound like it is of Jesus Christ but is not.

(from For Many Shall Come in My Name by Ray Yungen, pp. 151-156). Find book info HERE.


Saturday, May 28, 2011

Warren Says Study of Prophecy Is Waste of Time

Rick Warren Says Those Who Focus on Bible Prophecy “Not fit for the kingdom of God”

 By Roger Oakland
Many who were once looking for the return of Jesus have fallen asleep. We now live in a period of time where numerous prominent Christian leaders are telling the Christian masses that paying attention to the signs of our times in light of the Bible is a waste of time. And many of them take it a step further and accuse those who believe what Bible prophecy says about the end of the age of being negative and self-centered.

In the Purpose Driven Life, Rick  Warren was actually laying ground work for the emerging church’s new reformation, a reformation that rejects thinking about the return of Christ and works more at convincing the multitudes that Christ is already in them as a global christ-consciousness. As you will see in the following documentation, Warren has a low regard for Bible prophecy. Perhaps this helps explain why so many who once were anticipating the return of the Lord have become occupied with worldly ambitions. Warren writes:
When the disciples wanted to talk about prophecy, Jesus quickly switched the conversation to evangelism. He wanted them to concentrate on their mission in the world. He said in essence, “The details of my return are none of your business. What is your business is the mission I have given you. Focus on that!” (PDL, p. 285)
I find it simply astounding that a statement of this sort would be in a New York Times best-seller in the present-day Christian book market. Jesus was telling the disciples they could not know the day or the hour, but nowhere does Jesus ever indicate that “the details of my return are none of your business.” Rather than quickly changing the subject, we find in Matthew 24 and Luke 21 two of the longest passages in Scripture quoting Jesus’ own words, and what’s more, where He details the signs of His coming. In essence, Jesus was saying, because you cannot know the day and hour of my return, you need to educate yourself in Bible prophecy and take heed of my words about the end times. Later on, one of those disciples, John, was given an entire book to write on the details of Jesus’ coming. Jesus continually said to be alert and ready for when He returns. In both parables and straightforward talk, he spoke of this. In Luke 12:35-40, Jesus emphasized that it is essential to be prepared for His return:

Let your loins be girded about, and your lights burning; And ye yourselves like unto men that wait for their lord, when he will return from the wedding; that when he cometh and knocketh, they may open unto him immediately. Blessed are those servants, whom the lord when he cometh shall find watching:… And this know, that if the goodman of the house had known what hour the thief would come, he would have watched, and not have suffered his house to be broken through. Be ye therefore ready also: for the Son of man cometh at an hour when ye think not.
And Jesus frequently referred to the Old Testament prophecies. Those prophecies became the evidence that Jesus Christ was indeed whom He said He was–”Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6).

But Rick Warren tells readers to think about something other than Bible prophecy: “If you want Jesus to come back sooner, focus on fulfilling your mission, not figuring out prophecy.”

Warren ends this section of his book by stating that Satan would have you “sidetracked from your mission” and by quoting Jesus out of context, saying, “Anyone who lets himself be distracted [by studying Bible prophecy] from the work I plan for him is not fit for the kingdom of God” (Living Bible). But Jesus was not referring to His return when He made that statement, which in the King James Version says: “No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God” (Luke 9:62). The Purpose Driven kingdom of God leaves no room for Bible prophecy, and in fact, condemns those who study it. The apostle Peter, inspired by the Holy Spirit, had a different view. He writes:
We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts. (II Peter 1:19)
Christians are called to witness and be watchmen. No Scripture exists that tells us to ignore the events that have been pointed out as signposts indicating the return of Jesus. If we do, we might be like the foolish virgins who fell asleep waiting for the bridegroom (Matthew 25:1-13).

In light of Rick Warren’s end-time views [and his steady embracing of contemplative authors], what does he think of the emerging church? This statement he made in the foreword of Dan Kimball’s book, The Emerging Church, answers that question. Warren notes:
Today seekers are hungry for symbols and metaphors and experiences and stories that reveal the greatness of God. Because seekers are constantly changing, we must be sensitive to them like Jesus was; we must be willing to meet them on their own turf and speak to them in ways they understand. (p. 8)
Rick Warren is enthusiastic about the emerging church because he believes it is the church of the future. And … the emerging church is equally fond of Warren’s view of Bible prophecy, or the omission thereof, and of his plan to usher in the kingdom of God. (From Faith Undone, Roger Oakland, pp. 154-157)

This was posted at the Lighthouse Trails Research Blog - HERE

Friday, May 27, 2011

Pleasing Peculiarities of Bible Prophecy

I have always said that while Bible prophecy will unfold exactly as it is spelled out in scripture, it will also be a complete surprise.  This dichotomy is proving to be the case, and that is what makes Bible prophecy so completely fascinating - not to mention that our future is 100% invested therein!

It's a great pleasure (and surprise) to find the wonderful spirit of fellowship among the pre-trib folks because in years past there has been so much animosity among the various 'prophecy people' that un-Christlike spirits had these people practically at blows. In fact, the love and kindness in the pre-trib camp is one of the many reasons I ended up here.  The dogmatism that I have seen over the years seems to be non-existent here, although there are a variety of views on details. These prophecy students/scholars genuinely examine all of the fine points of others, making a mental note of them, because the working out of prophecy is extending into areas of finance, science, archaeology, politics, etc. in ways that are incredible and almost unbelievable.

While the main points are fairly well defined - that is, the general outline of events - the fascinating details are, and will continue to be, so different than may have been anticipated that it often brings a smile because the Lord Himself certainly lives up to His essence of Creator - in all things that He does he is definitely creative beyond anything we mere humans might anticipate or imagine.

Another 'non-theological' reason I set up my tent in this camp is that these people are so intent on bringing the gospel to people that the feeling of time-is-of-the-essence is a beautiful thing. I have rarely seen this kind of united effort of committed individuals in my life. 

For a number of years I rejected pre-trib and studied all of the various views. After ten years of an open minded approach, the arguments for this view, the confirmation of this view by many of the early church fathers, the fascinating way that this mystery can only be found in scripture by tremendous study and prayer, and the fact that those who hold this view are far and away those who are most familiar with the Bible itself, are powerful 'convincers.'  When you add the loving spirit and the urgent evangelistic bent in this community, I increasingly find it to be the place to hang my hat.

I am so thankful for the insights of people as diverse in their views as Terry James, Jack Kelley, Joseph Chambers, Patrick Heron, Thomas Ice, the Midnight Call ministry and many others. Then there are those ones God has led right into the cutting edge of some of the surprises - Thomas and Nita Horn, David Bay (, Doc Marquis, David Flynn, Chuck Missler, Gary Stearman, J.R. Church, Mike Hoggard, Michael Heiser, Peter Goodgame, Douglas Hemp, E.W. Bullinger and C.H. Lang (both long gone).  I won't even begin to name the older ones of prior generations like Sir Robert Anderson (I can't help myself), John Walvoord, Francis A. Schaeffer....

Then there are the watchman ministries (of which I am a tiny part). Constance Cumbey's great book written in the 1980's was my first beckoning call of awakening to the fact that the church was heading into a great seduction. Others in this great ministry are Jan Markell, Lighthouse Trails Research, Brannon Howse,  and my all-time favorite in all categories: Dave Hunt (Berean Call Ministry), and many more.

This list of people is my version of Hebrews 11 -- my personal faith heroes. And, of course, my own father, Rev. James P. Massey, who is now in heaven learning every detail of coming events (which was the name of his book, "Coming Events.")

Well, this post turned into a personal tribute to many (but not nearly all) of my favorite writers in the area of prophecy.  How the Lord has blessed me with such a personal Christian family heritage, and exposure to many of the great heroes of the faith in my own generation.

I am so blessed. I look forward to meeting all of these "Hall of Famers" in person soon. That will be quite a day.

Royal Heir

Thursday, May 26, 2011

U.S. Military Witchcraft

Do you wonder how the U.S. Military could go up against the people of this nation? Do you think the Lord is happy with the U.S.? This article from the Washington Times is only the beginning of what is going on in our military:

The U.S. military's success in Pakistan this week proved the importance of maintaining a team focused on accomplishing dangerous missions. Others on the left prefer to look upon the armed forces as a playground to experiment with fringe ideas. Take the Air Force Academy which reportedly held a ceremony on Tuesday to dedicate a pile of rocks in the academy's "worship area for followers of Earth-centered religions."

This is a space cadets can use to perform rituals if they happen to be witches, warlocks and tree-worshipers. Overlooking the visitor center, the stone circle is designed for the benefit of a handful of those claiming to be Wiccans or Druids.

In a February 2010 article published on the academy's website, the superintendent explained the pagan altar was required by regulations. "The United States Air Force remains neutral regarding religious beliefs and will not officially endorse nor disapprove any faith belief or absence of belief," wrote Lt. Gen. Mike C. Gould. "The Earth-centered spirituality group that meets at the Air Force Academy falls within the definition of religion as defined in the United States Air Force Instruction 36-2706."

All of the actual Wiccans and Druids died out hundreds of years ago. The religions of the barbaric tribes of Europe faded away as the Roman conquest brought civilization to the region. Teachings once handed down by oral tradition were entirely forgotten over time. Around the 1950s, fringe leftists enamored by the concept of worshipping the Earth adopted the ancient labels and pretended to follow the old ways. They just left out the inconvenient bits, like human sacrifice. "They have likenesses of immense size, the limbs of which are composed of wicker, that they fill with living men," wrote Julius Caesar, describing a Druid ceremony. "After these are set on fire, the men inside perish in the flames."

To ensure no modern-day Druid misses out on important ceremonies, the Air Force maintains a multifaith calendar. Last year, "Lammas" fell on August 8. "This is one of the eight major High Days of the Druid and Wiccan calendar," the document noted. "High Day observances include evening prayer vigils and ritual dances. Wiccans and Druids (any Neo Pagans) on evening work shifts may request time off for High Day observances."

The Air Force is not alone in pandering. At Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland on Wednesday, the Army hosted a live-fire demonstration of its new M855A1 ammunition which boasts an "environmentally-friendly projectile." The new copper-tipped round gives military brass the opportunity to brag to members of Congress that they are "doing something" to heal the planet while waging war. This opens an interesting question: Did SEAL Team Six use "green bullets" to take down Osama bin Laden, or will the Navy have to offset the carbon footprint of its highly successful mission?

Such questions can only be raised in a politically correct military that may actually contain more Earth worshippers than imagined. Though cloaked in scientific terms, the tenets of global warming are essentially pagan. This belief system, which cannot be questioned, holds that material sacrifice - turn down your thermostat and trade in your light bulbs - will result in a change in the weather. It is the modern equivalent of a rain dance. These neo-Pagan worshippers now have a federally supplied space they can call their own in the hills of Colorado Springs, Colo.

Royal Heir

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

"Aliens," Secret Genetic Program, and The Bible

“Her seed brought forth the Savior; 
Satan’s seed will bring the Destroyer.”

Looking back at Genesis 6:4  we recall that the text said ”The Nephilim were on the earth […]when the sons of God were having sexual relations with the daughters of humankind, who gave birth to their children,” (Genesis 6:4 NET). We know that we are in the days like Noah’s because what was happening then is happening now. Just as the fallen angels took women and engendered children by them, so too is this happening today. Demons, who are masquerading as “aliens”, are in fact taking people to create Nephilim hybrids, just like in the days of Noah. This phenomenon has been documented by numerous researchers working with thousands of people who claim that they were abducted and were exploited for their ovum or sperm.

Dr. Jacques F. VallĂ©e is an important voice in the study of UFO’s. Professionally, he has worked a lot on the development of the Internet and is the author of many books on Information Technology. However, he has done a great deal of research in the area of “aliens” and UFOs also. Back in 1975 he offered some potential reasons why the “entities” may be abducting people though the exact reason remained elusive to him. He states:

In order to materialize and take definite form, these entities seem to require a source of energy […] a living thing […] a human medium. Our sciences have not reached a point where they can offer us any kind of working hypothesis for this process. But we can speculate that these beings need living energy which they can reconstruct into physical form. Perhaps that is why dogs and animals tend to vanish in flap areas. Perhaps the living cells of those animals are somehow used by the ultraterrestrials to create forms which we can see and sense with our limited perceptions.[i]

In his book Dimensions he ponders: “Are these races only semi-human, so that in order to maintain contact with us, they need crossbreeding with men and women of our planet?”[ii] He also observes the hostile element of the abductions in his book Confrontations:

The ‘medical examination’ to which abductees are said to be subjected, often accompanied by sadistic sexual manipulation, is reminiscent of the medieval tales of encounters with demons. It makes no sense in a sophisticated or technical framework: any intelligent being equipped with the scientific marvels that UFOs possess would be in a position to achieve any of these alleged scientific objectives in a shorter time and with fewer risks.[iii]

The symbolic display seen by the abductees is identical to the type of initiation ritual or astral voyage that is embedded in the [occult] traditions of every culture […] the structure of abduction stories is identical to that of occult initiation rituals […] the UFO beings of today belong to the same class of manifestation as the [occult] entities that were described in centuries past.[iv]

The article continues here:

Monday, May 23, 2011

Camping Now Says October 21st - He Was 5 Days Off

Preacher says he was 5 months off, Judgment Day will occur in October

May 23, 2011
Garance Burke
Harold Camping, 89, the California evangelical broadcaster who predicts that Judgment Day will come on May 21, 2011, is seen in this still image from video during an interview at Family Stations Inc. offices in Oakland, California May 16, 2011.

ALAMEDA, CALIF.—California preacher Harold Camping said Monday his prophecy that the world would end was off by five months because Judgment Day actually will come on October 21.

Camping, who predicted that 200 million Christians would be taken to heaven Saturday before the Earth was destroyed, said he felt so terrible when his doomsday prediction did not come true that he left home and took refuge in a motel with his wife. His independent ministry, Family Radio International, spent millions — some of it from donations made by followers — on more than 5,000 billboards and 20 RVs plastered with the Judgment Day message.

But Camping said that he's now realized the apocalypse will come five months after May 21, the original date he predicted. He had earlier said Oct. 21 was when the globe would be consumed by a fireball.

It's not the first time the independent Christian radio host has been forced to explain when his prediction didn't come to pass. He also predicted the Apocalypse would come in 1994, but said it didn't happen then because of a mathematical error.

Rather than give his normal daily broadcast on Monday, Camping made a special statement before the press at the Oakland headquarters of the media empire that has broadcast his message. His show, “Open Forum,” has for months headlined his doomsday message via the group's radio stations, TV channels, satellite broadcasts and website.

When the Rapture didn't arrive Saturday, crestfallen followers began turning their attention to more earthly concerns.

Jeff Hopkins had figured the gas money he spent driving back and forth from Long Island to New York City would be worth it, as long as people could see the ominous sign atop his car warning that the End of the World was nigh.

“I've been mocked and scoffed and cursed at and I've been through a lot with this lighted sign on top of my car,” said Hopkins, 52, a former television producer who lives in Great River, New York. “I was doing what I've been instructed to do through the Bible, but now I've been stymied. It's like getting slapped in the face.”

Apocalyptic thinking has always been part of American religious life and popular culture. Teachings about the end of the world vary dramatically — even within faith traditions — about how they will occur.

Still, the overwhelming majority of Christians reject the idea that the exact date or time of Jesus' return can be predicted.

Tim LaHaye, co-author of the bestselling “Left Behind” novels about the end times, recently called Camping's prediction “not only bizarre but 100 per cent wrong!” He cited the bible verse Matthew 24:36, 'but about that day or hour no one knows” except God.

“While it may be in the near future, many signs of our times certainly indicate so, but anyone who thinks they 'know' the day and the hour is flat out wrong,” LaHaye wrote on his website,
In 2009, the non-profit Family Radio reported in IRS filings that it received $18.3 million in donations, and had assets of more than $104 million, including $34 million in stocks or other publicly traded securities.

I'm speechless ... and that may be almost as rare as Judgment Day.

Royal Heir

Having Enemies Is A Christian Virtue

"Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets." Luke 6:26

This needs to be said, because in this politically correct, simpering, saccharine universe we are mired in, most Christians (so-called) may be under the delusion that the Lord is happy with them if they are universally liked.

Not so.

If you are liked by everyone, you are out of sync with Jesus Christ, the Word. In fact, it would be proof that you are in no way engaged in the spiritual battle that you are instructed to be fighting in these days. Most Christianettes have no idea there is even a war going on, much less contemplating what God's role and purpose for them might be in it.  Somehow the American organized church is successfully pushing the idea that the world should and will love it, especially if it abandons everything that defines Christianity - and becomes like the world. There couldn't be a more erroneous comprehension of the response of the world to a real Christian, especially these days.

If you study Christ Himself, the apostles, the Old Testament prophets, and all of the great heroes of the faith, coming right on down through the Reformation, you will discover that those who were obedient to God's purpose had bitter enemies. By the same token, if we are accomplishing anything for Jesus Christ on earth we can absolutely count on being hated by most of the world ... and by the apostate church.

Besides, how can we learn to 'love our enemies' if we don't have any? It is essential that we actually love our enemies; they may hate us, but we are called to love them - and that love, demonstrated, will work wonders in bringing others to the knowledge of the Lord.

This doesn't mean you will lack for friends. The friendship and fellowship of the body of Christ is more valuable and substantive than anything else on earth - except, of course, having the friendship and fellowship of our friend and brother, Jesus Christ Himself.

The goal of the Christian is not to be liked. It is to be obedient.

Royal Heir

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Our Responsibility To Arab Christians And Muslims in The U.S.

We've got a terrible mess about to get bigger and even more complicated. This article below from the Washington Times is a good example.

This is - or should be - extremely important to Christians in the U.S. Like everything else the majority of the "Christian Church" in the U.S. is doing wrong, here is one more thing . Those who call themselves Christian - but aren't - can skip this. But the true people of God - the true church - must face two facts about Arab and/or Muslim communities in this nation, and I'm almost certain we are doing neither. These two things are:

1. We must be supportive, loving and helpful in every way possible to ALL true fellow Christians - including Arab Christians.. It's up to us to recognize them (and up to them to be recognizable).
2. Our mandate to MUSLIMS is to present the Gospel to them. We have a huge mission field right here in the U.S., of non-Christians of all ilks - people who call themselves Christians, but aren't, Muslims, and everyone else. We are called to "go ye into all the world and preach the gospel."  There is no excuse for us when we don't even tell our neighbors about Jesus Christ.

We will personally be held fully accountable for both of these issues.

Arab Christians moving away from 
Muslim communities in US

Arab Christians here are trying to separate themselves from a boisterous Muslim community that has served as a punching bag for “terrorism” stereotypes since Sept. 11.

Many have moved to Detroit’s northern suburbs — Sterling Heights, Madison Heights, Farmington Hills and the Bloomfield areas — to get away from the high concentration of Muslims in Dearborn, said Pastor Haytham Abi Haydar of Arabic Fellowship Alliance Church. Other Christians, he said, have turned their backs on their Arab heritage and integrated with American culture.

But just like Middle Easterners often assume America is a Christian nation, many Americans assume all Arabs are Muslims. That’s made life in a post-9/11 world difficult for a group of people who is proving religion has no borders.

“On many, many, many occasions, if you’re an Arab, you might as well be a Muslim to many people here,” Mr. Abi Haydar said. “Unfortunately, the majority don’t see the dynamic that Christianity came from the Middle East, that Jesus was from the Middle East.”

Mr. Abi Haydar said some Americans know the difference and do not stereotype. “You can’t label all Americans as ignorant,” he said.

Still, there are many pastors and churchgoers who assume that all Arab Christians are converts from Islam, when, in fact, many have been Christians all their lives.

“I’ve seen a lot of Christians in churches here who don’t even know the difference between Arab Christians and Arab Muslims,” Mr. Abi Haydar said. “They think, ‘You’re an Arab. That means you’re a Muslim, or you converted from Islam.”

Many of these problems were brought on by al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, when he started drawing attention to the Arab community after he masterminded the 9/11 attacks. Arab Christians hope the tension dies now that he’s dead, so they can move on.

William Salaita, a Roman Orthodox Christian who immigrated here from Jordan in 1979, knows the depths of Arab stereotyping all too well. He still remembers the months following the terrorist attacks in 2001, when his daughter, who attended a Christian high school at the time, called him in tears one day because of discrimination from fellow classmates of the same faith.

“Almost everyone in school is accusing me of being Osama bin Laden’s terrorist,” she told him.

“They don’t distinguish,” he later said. “We look like people who are from al Qaeda or a terrorist organization.”

Noora Yousif, from Sterling Heights, has noticed a similar problem. She’s a Chaldean, a term that usually refers to Iraqi Catholics. But many Americans assume that’s another word for Muslims.

“I don’t think a lot of people know what Chaldeans are,” she said. “Automatically, they would assume you are a Muslim, until you start explaining to them.”

Oftentimes the stereotyping depends on where they live, said Shirin Fakhri, a member at Arabic Brethren Assembly Church in Sterling Heights, where she lives. She immigrated to the U.S. from Iraq in 1995, and has been fortunate enough to avoid stereotyping, because the community is more familiar with the Arab Christian population than in other areas.

Furthermore, Arab Christians who are integrated into American society — those who speak the language and dress to fit in — are less likely to face problems, she said.

That’s why many Arab Christians have disengaged from their Middle Eastern roots, Mr. Abi Haydar explained. While many Muslim communities keep their identities, many Christians “melt into American society.”

“The Christians don’t want to be around Muslims,” Mr. Abi Haydar said. “They just want to stay away from them.”

Miss Fakhri admits it would be difficult to settle down in Dearborn, because the Muslims customs are so different from her own and she would feel “weird living there.”

“I think it’s very hard for a Christian to live there in a Muslim community,” she said. “I would feel uncomfortable to live there. You feel like the whole community is total different.”

But Mr. Abi Haydar laments over the divide between Arab Christians and Muslims. While many of these Christians have moved to the northern suburbs, his church continues to be based in Dearborn, so they can reach out to their fellow Arabs.

“I find it very unfortunate, because Christians are failing to be a light to that community,” he said.

At Heritage Baptist Church in Sterling Heights, Mich., they are trying to defy these labels. The congregation shares its building with the Arabic Brethren Assembly Church, and they occasionally enjoy meals together.

“These are wonderful Christian brothers,” said Kevin McGuire, an assistant pastor at the Baptist church. “They worship the same Christ we do. We count them as part of the family of God.”


Saturday, May 21, 2011

Today is NOT Judgment Day

... regardless of what Harold Camping, the false prophet, says. And here's why:

"But of that exact day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." (Matthew 24:36) 

"But of that day or that hour not a single person knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.' (Mark 13:32; Ibid) 

"The master of that servant will come on a day when he does not expect him and at an hour of which he is not aware..." (Matthew 25:50, Ibid.) 

"Watch therefore, give strict attention and be cautious and active, for you know neither the day nor the hour when the Son of Man will come." (Matthew 25:13; Ibid.)

That's why - God said so. Even a child ... even a non-believer ... can grasp this simple spiritual concept. But the great mathematician Camping can't. Think of what he might have been able to actually accomplish for the Lord during the past wasted 20 years.

This is the second time he has led the tittering world down this particular primrose path. Deja vu.

Harold Camping is a false prophet. I predict - and I'm no prophet - that Camping will still have followers, and he will conjure up yet a third incorrect rapture date. He's on a roll.

Camping, with his peculiar illogic, is a perfect example of acute spiritual blindness ... a living parable, if you will. And those who follow him are blind sheeple. This is the exact epitome of the blind leading the blind. It's difficult to even ask the Lord to have mercy here.

This whole seemingly pointless scenario could shake the unshakable faith of a sane person with an ounce of common sense. There is no upside to any of this, and there are no signs of a single lesson being learned by anyone.

It blows the rational mind...........

BUT BEWARE ... of the use of this highly advertised date to be manipulated by the Dark Powers to introduce FALSE MESSIAHS ... such as RA-EL

I expect to see a lot of evil mischief designed to fool 'even the very elect, if that were possible.'  We living in times of great deception and great delusion - and soon, the translation of the saints, and the great tribulation, followed by Judgment Day.

There is one narrow gate which is the only escape. As Jesus Himself said, "Ye must be born again." That is the only path to eternal life in the presence of the only high God, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Jesus Christ.

Royal Heir

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Deceptions in Health and Medicine

Health, as you may know, is not my regular beat; however, deception is. So, after reading this provocative article (below) I felt it incumbent on me to share it with my readers. Surely by now this will not have the shock value it would have had even a year ago. Still, it's incredible information that you need.  You may even find an avenue to relief or a cure for some personal malady. I know from my own research that she speaks the truth.

I would like to direct you to the author's website, but I do not know how she can be reached. She is a member of the only forum (beside my own) to which I have ever belonged, and she posted her article there. That forum is an odd assortment of spies, retired intelligence people, CIA/FBI, government people spying ON the forum members :-) and a good assortment of oddballs, channelers, health people, occultists and your average nuts. It's a great place to bounce the thinking of the various beliefs against each other - to get 'into their heads,' as it were. This is where I ran across Dr. Maxwell's article which I offer here.

The "No New Diseases" Hypothesis
By: Mary W. Maxwell, PhD
Date: Wednesday, 11-May-2011 12:02:25

In the late 1800s, some persons discovered how ‘the practice of medicine’ could be used in extremely mischievous ways. By the 1930’s, well-funded research was being done for the purpose of harming human heath. Yes, you read that right! By the 1990s, governments and international organizations had become wholesale providers of disease to the public, and not ‘by mistake.’

Or so say I, anyway. This article proposes that we are on the verge of grasping the real role of lupus, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, rheumatoid arthritis, dystonia, Asperger’s syndrome, diabetes, Parkinson’s, and certain other diseases. Their role is a political one.
These illnesses have been ‘sent’ to destroy the citizenry. Being sick and spending time running around to medical appointments are among the things that keep a person from from having time to think. I also submit that some illnesses may have been invented as part of an out-and-out game of cruelty. Gulf War Syndrome comes to mind!

The 9/11 thing alerted you to the fact that we have some very ‘disturbed’ persons up there in government, right? Well, they go in for plenty of other stuff. I agree with Eustace Mullins’ research in “Murder by Injection” that a few men at the top control all aspects of doctoring and drugs, and that their goal has nothing to do with health. Please walk with me through the eight-item story below.

I take responsibility for the hypothesis, but I did not produce the work on which it depends. Here is a small sample of the relevant authors, listed in the order in which they ‘lightbulbed’ me: Alan Cantwell, Leonard Horowitz, Eustace Mullins, Jaak Panksepp, Kent Heckenlively, and Temple Grandin – that is, a dermatologist, a dentist, a citizen, a neurobiologist, a lawyer, and an agricultural consultant.

Item One: “There Are No New Diseases”
My late spouse, George Morrison Maxwell, MD, told me how it was impressed upon him at University of Edinburgh Medical School, in the 1940s, that when a clinician sets out to diagnose a patient, he has a fixed bag of ideas from which to draw. “There are no new diseases.” He did not mean that “Medicine’ is forever prevented from identifying an illness that it had overlooked in the past, but that new illnesses will not spring forth.

That made complete sense to me from my background in evolutionary biology. It takes a long time for the human species to change. An illness is a reaction to something from the environment. The methods by which the body can react have long been set in place; Adam and Eve had ’em.
Thus, every doctor should be puzzled that something like AIDS or autism could suddenly crop up. Actually, according to my George, doctors should be more than puzzled; they should not accept that the human body has changed its ways. There may be new onslaughts from the environment but “There are no new [natural] diseases.”

Item Two: My Introduction to the AIDS Genocide
I saw, on a website in 2005, a rant by an AIDS victim named Boyd Graves, who is now deceased. He claimed to have seen a document – there was a photo of him holding it – in which the US government, in 1969, ordered the production of a lab-created virus that would damage the immune system. I sent for his book. Alas, it didn’t contain the document -- though it did contain numerous letters he sent to Congress persons and their replies to him, all of which had that old familiar cover-up tone of voice.

I then found Dr Alan Cantwell’s book on AIDS, entitled "Queer Blood" (self-published, of course, since we do not have a free press, in the sense of a press that does not self-censor). He described the experiment in which a thousand gay men participated in 1979, in New York, supposedly to try out a new vaccine against Hepatitis B. He argued tentatively, and later confirmed, that this vaccine delivered the HIV virus – deliberately.

Cantwell was one of the doctors, early on, to whom reports of the experiment were sent. After a while he could no longer get information from “the health authorities.” (Eventually I read that RAND Corporation was keeping a record of every man who got the Hep-B shot; one should always gasp when RAND is studying something.) Cantwell

Next, I read Leonard Horowitz’s 1996 book “Emerging Viruses.” Wow. He provided the document that Boyd Graves promised. Yes, Henry Kissinger, working as always for the Rockefellers, had asked Congress to allocate $10 million for a man-made virus that would attack the immune system. Work was conducted at – surprise, surprise – Fort Detrick, and also in Uganda, at Bionetics, a subsidiary of the weapons contractor Litton Industries. The African location foreshadowed the fact that as of today tens of millions of Africans have died of AIDS, and millions of lovely children are orphaned.

I immediately gave copies of Cantwell’s "Queer Blood" to doctors. None responded to me voluntarily, but occasionally I pinned down a recipient, as in “Hey, what did you think of that book?” One physician replied “What book?” Then, when I described it as having a pink and black cover, he called his secretary to look in his bookcase to see if it was there (it wasn’t), as he denied having received it. A second doctor, a close friend of mine, said –- three times in a row -- “There must be another explanation [for AIDS].”

At a medical conference I went up to a professor, acted like I was a colleague, and remarked confidentially “Is this university going to acknowledge the AIDS genocide?” He pursed his lips and shook his head. A younger doctor, standing near him, reworded my question into something much milder and then answered it for me! (One sometimes hears that trick done by talk radio hosts –- damage control –- and then the caller is disconnected before he can have a second go.)

It is fantastic how all professionals, like all politicians, are finely trained to deflect any challenge so smoothly. I’d bet money that the guy who had his secretary look for the pink and black book was innocent of what he was doing (perhaps operating on a post-hypnotic suggestion?). By contrast, the one who shook his head is apparently high enough in the system to be in the know. Probably he’s ‘high enough’ to think the AIDS genocide is OK.

Item Three: MK-Ultra Mind Control
This is not the place to discuss mind control (See Chapter 6 of my book “Prosecution for Treason”). However, in the same year that I learned about AIDS -- 2005 -- I met Carol Rutz who had been given the spin treatment, that is her medical-military handlers strapped her to a table which they whirled around. That led me to biographies of other mind-controlled women, such as Cathy O’Brien’s book “Trance-formation of America,” and Brice Taylor’s “Thanks for the Memories,” which explain the political purpose of all this stuff. (Don’t read it unless you have time to go into shock for a couple of weeks.)

Anyway, the point here is that I was fortunate to meet many persons who had undergone MK-Ultra, and this gave me another window onto the malevolence that exists where one would least expect it. I never pass up a chance to talk about it now. Of course the malevolent ones count on our being perfectly unable to ‘take in’ what they’re doing. That’s how they take us in!

Note: a lawsuit by Vietnam veteran Frank Rochelle that involves mind control has caused some amazingly incriminating government documents to be laid out. These can be used to start a conversation.

Item Four: My Realization That Autism May Be As Intentional As AIDS
In that same year, 2005, there was also the July 23 article in written by environmentalist attorney Robert F Kennedy, Jr., after his TV interview about autism got cancelled. His thesis was that a mercury-based preservative, thimerisol, used in children’s vaccines, was harming them. Babies now get as many as 33 vaccinations, and, he said, there is a cumulative effect of the mercury that sometimes interferes with brain development.

Kennedy’s main shocker was the transcript of a meeting at the Simpsonwood conference attended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the major vaccine manufacturers. I find it hard not to see in those transcripts the musings of men bent on harming children’s health. The meeting ended with a staff member saying that a finding of no blame for mercury was “what Walt wants” - referring to Dr. Walter Orenstein, then head of the CDC's National Immunization Program.

The CDC, like the US Department of Health and Human Services, is an offshoot of the Rockefeller Foundation. Yep. At Simpsonwood, the CDC determined that there should be no further research on the post-vaccine onset of autism. Does that strike you as an admission of guilt? Every effort was made to suppress the fact that the Amish children, who do not get vaccinated, are virtually autism-free. (In the general population, the 1991 rates of autism, 1-in-2500, rose, by 2004, to 1-in-166. In China there may be a half million autistic kids.)

In Britain, some parents observed that their toddlers regressed in language and behavior, following a triple vaccination for measles, mumps, and rubella. (Note Dr Bernard Rimland had found that autism had earlier been associated with a different triple shot, the standard DPT-- diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus). Of course “Correlation is not causation.” One would need to look further into the matter to see what the correlation means. But why does the UK’s General Medical Council go through contortions, and great public relations expense, to make fun of any doctor who discusses that correlation?

Being the nosey Parker that I am, I had to look further into this. Luckily I found a book entitled “Emergence,” written by Temple Grandin. She had been an autistic child but was able to break out of her ‘inner world.’ She shows how the ‘social distance’ of a severely autistic child is not, in essence, a psychological problem of personal relationships. It is that the kid is being bombarded by sensory stimuli, in a way we normals can hardly imagine, and going into a ‘shell’ is a way to get relief from that bombardment.

Di Boswell and Helen Baker, writing for the excellent Australian website, ask “What Is Autism?”. They say: “We believe that autism may be caused when a child with a genetic susceptibility is exposed to one or more of a number of environmental insults, resulting in a series of dysfunctional interactions between Genes and Nutrients. These can happen ‘in utero’ or post-natally. Eventually these dysfunctional interactions can affect body systems, most obviously the gastrointestinal, endocrine, immune system and the central nervous system. “

Jaak Panksepp and others have more or less figured out what goes on when the brain chemistry gets messed up, as in autism: the integration of sensory input does not occur as it should. Temple Grandin also shows that the ‘fixations’ for which autistic children are notable are in fact respectable ways for them to calm their over-aroused central nervous system.

The very opposite, sensory deprivation, is something to which prisons are more and more frequently subjecting prisoners. A fair guess is that it’s experimental, with an eye to designing more ways to break the spirit of a person (all of us) and thus have complete control. The dumbing-down that occurs in schools is clearly an example of this.

Maybe autism, too, was designed as an experiment. To any autistics or Aspies who are reading this, I apologize for expressing that crudely. It does not mean that we do not rejoice in who you are -- we do, bigtime. But if someone secretly implements a policy to interfere with anyone's biology, that is a matter, I think, for all members of society to deal with.
Item Five: Enter, the Parents of the Autistics

Now and again the big, big invisible government makes a mistake. While they do seem to have stymied the reasoning power of most of civil society – including the churches and the academy -- they apparently failed to notice that parents of hurt children might be a force to reckon with. I can see how this group could have got overlooked -- the devastation to families that accompanies autism ought to put them out of commission, right?

But this did not happen. The parents are ripping mad over the suffering of their babes. They do their own research, giving no quarter to any of the ridicule hurled at them. One of their clever moves has been the production of a Youtube video called “Autism Moms – the Final Cut,” in which these ladies dress in their most stylish suits and look like winners.

Working both sides of the Atlantic, autism families are making life hell for the General Medical Council in the UK, and for “the Walts” in the US. Letters to the editor of medical journals such as The Lancet and appearances in the audience at medical conferences are among their weapons. Their tenacity reminds one of what any zoologist (or pet shop owner) should have realized: a mother has ‘special strength’ to protect her young.

Item Six: Lombardi’s 2006 Discovery of XMRV
Aha, there's another man-made virus; it's called XMRV. This is an important acronym. (I remember it by thinking “Malcolm X Reversed” -- XM RV.) It stands for 'xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus.' Dr Lombardi found it in some blokes who had surgery for prostate cancer.

XMRV is a retrovirus. That word has nothing to do with the epithet “retro” that teens like to throw at their grandparents. A retrovirus is simply the kind that that climbs into the cell and changed the person’s DNA.

It is by no means proven that the XMRV is what caused those men to get prostate cancer. Years ago, Dr Michele Carbone discovered a simian virus called SV40 in the tumors of humans with lung cancer. His finding has been replicated many times, with the SV40 showing up in brain and lymphatic cancer as well. Even that does not prove causality, but it is a good guess that this simian virus predisposes a person to cancer. (You can be blood-tested to see if you have are harboring SV40.)

It was claimed above that Ft Detrick produced the AIDS virus (on the pretext of it being a bioweapon, I guess). The new retrovirus we are discussing, XMRV, seems similarly to be man-made. That is not an interpretation coming from amateur me but from the experts. You can google for a quick summary by Oxford zoologist G. Margiorkinis.
It does remind me, however, of the way Judith Vary Baker created a fast-acting cancer at the behest of the CIA in 1963. As she explains in her 2011 book “Me and Lee,” she kept running the human tissue quickly through many generations of mice.

If it be proven that XMRV is a lab-created retrovirus, and if it caused those prostate cancers, that need not be considered accidental. My hypothesis is that all the fooling around with disease has been well planned and is malevolent rather than mistaken. Some say Big Pharma does it for profit, but I think the reason is sicker than that. I believe it is done to keep us all struggling, and to damage families.

Yes, I do take such an extreme position. I even guess that the obesity epidemic came from someone’s drawing board. If so, the fatness of us could be a result of deliberate chemical manipulation of our metabolism, rather than merely an attempt to influence our eating habits. My reasoning is: “If they can knock down two NY skyscrapers in broad daylight, what can’t they do?” I also think once they started doing weird things they didn’t know how to stop.

As for the SV40 virus, there is no suggestion that it was man-made. But my take on that one is even more cynical. As I have stated in “Prosecution for Treason,” I suspect that the actual polio epidemic of 1954 was leashed upon the nation by design. The point was to create such a fear of polio -- iron lungs and all that -- that everyone would gladly get vaccinated against it. And in the vaccination would be the SV40, which would create a cancer epidemic 30 years later. (“Hooray!” said the Sick-o’s)

Item Seven: The Good News
Plenty of good news in all this. For one thing, medical researchers can get a fresh look at their subject by hypothesizing (say, as a devil’s advocate) that an ‘enemy’ was in there with a bioweapon. That could bring incredible breakthroughs. For another thing, we might all get a better sense of God’s gifts. The human body – like any animal body – is pretty terrific. We could at least learn to use it wisely, instead of worrying that it, the body, is going to punish us.

I think it's way past time for people to open their minds up to the statement made by Dr Richard Day in 1969 and published by Dr Lawrence Dunegan in 1988, that the cure for cancer exists but is kept “under lock and key.” Why aren’t we demanding the key? Are we a bunch of morons? And it’s time to re-review the neglected publication of Royal Rife who worked in the 1930s and found a way to cure cancer by using bioelectricity.

Plus there were researchers who tried to show, and did show – though you ain’t heard about it – that bacteria has a role in causing cancer. Alan Cantwell’s new book “Four Women against Cancer” shows how doctors who attempted to prove this, such as Virginia Livingstone, were viciously hounded out of practice. Surely if they were onto a bad idea, their careers would have fallen by the wayside without any help from the big guns. So there must be plenty there to develop: the role of bacteria. Go for it!

There may also be good news for persons with autism, as suggested by Kent Heckenlively who is both a lawyer and an Autism Dad. It pleases him to note that an XMRV explanation for autism could be helpful to treatment. Scientists find that this retrovirus increases (gets replicated) when any of 3 things is in the body: stress hormones, sex hormones, and inflammation. Autistic children suffer greatly under stress (the stress of ordinary stimuli) and their pain increases during puberty. Maybe they are thus encouraging the virus!

As for inflammation, Heckenlively wonders if the act of receiving a vaccination, which by its nature causes inflammation, could be the thing that starts a child down the road to autism. (Note: he admits the same thing could be achieved by the common cold.) He also believes that understanding the role of inflammation may shed light on why the gluten-free diet helps some autistic children.

He says (in the April 26, 2011 edition of “Age of Autism”) that it worked effectively for his son. “XMRV is a slowly replicating virus, so that any inflammation acts like fuel for it. We quickly got him on the gluten/casein free diet, and so we in essence starved the virus, allowing his immune system to launch a very successful attack.”

Item Eight: Malevolence, the Motives for It, and What To Do about It
Naturally, the argument against my hypothesis of malevolence is that nobody would do such a thing, as there would be nothing in it for them. I attempt to explain this in my book. Maybe the need to grab resources – a need we all have – is so great that we will go to any length to keep others in a subservient condition. Centuries ago a few men figured out that they could be the secret rulers of the world. To me it looks as though they succeeded, and now they have to work ridiculously hard to stay on top.

Money was a key to the rise of that secret group, in that money can buy out a person’s conscience. Of course it can also pay for hit men to remove persons whose conscience can’t be bought. I think there would be more of the can’t-be-bought types if the public knew their own strength, in the sense of strength of numbers. It would also help if they could –- at last –- talk about the disgusting behavior to which the powerful have lowered themselves. Just talking about it makes it far less formidable.

What to do about the malevolence? As I have just indicated, publicizing the problem strengthens us ‘victims.’ I am hoping that this article will appeal to many people simply by arousing their fury over the tricks played on our health. I’d like to see a change in attitude sufficient at least to make folks stare down the media moguls. (Take a lesson from the Autism Moms who really have got some of the media on the run, merely by not caving in, not accepting the b.s.!)

I do not overlook the fact that the baddies may lash out at us for trying. They are apparently able to deploy a hurricane, a disease, or a police roundup at will. Can they do something even worse, like split the planet, as Nicola Tesla said was possible? Perhaps. They are pretty heavily in denial, and are out of touch with their human sensibilities.

If any of them want to taste freedom, I urge them to ‘man up’ to what they’ve done, or ‘woman up’ as the case may be. Maybe somebody will forgive them. Otherwise, they can sit back and await their fate.
Mary W Maxwell, PhD, lives in Adelaide, Australia. Please see her new book, “Prosecution for Treason” at, and her recent articles on

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Twisted Theology

(Written by Jennifer Hartline, Posted at

After I finished reading Rev. Matthew Westfox's article entitled, "Resurrecting Pro-Life", I couldn't shake an image in my head of the father of lies smugly patting himself on the back for this one. A very delicious deception, indeed.

Rev. Westfox begins, "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" reminds me that Easter is a celebration of life itself and what Christians honor and revere about life. Easter reminds me of the respect and reverence for life that is at the core of my theology, that I am in my heart a deeply "pro-life" person."

That first paragraph left me with a vague uneasiness in my stomach, and the next paragraph got worse. A lot worse.

"Today most of us won't use that term because it has been co-opted by those who oppose reproductive choice and abortion access. In the spirit of Easter, I want us to resurrect that term, to re-claim a pro-life theology that is deeply supportive of reproductive justice."

Westfox, an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, serves the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice as their Field Services National Coordinator. A perusal of RCRC's website reveals it to be little more than a pro-abortion platform, complete with all the usual euphemisms and standard pro-abortion arguments about women's health, safety, and right to "privacy" and "control." The site condemns laws that attempt to restrict abortion, require parental notification, and the current wave of state efforts to pass Personhood laws. There's no denying their loyalty to abortion.

Continuing on with Westfox's article: "To be pro-life, after all, means to honor life and to cherish it. But do we honor life, or do we honor a heartbeat?" And with that, Westfox howls through the last shred of pretense and bares the wolf fangs behind his fluffy wool.

"Life, after all, is the ability to LIVE, to connect with other human beings, and for Christians, life is among other things the ability to experience the presence of Christ through those connections. To live is to use our God-given conscience and power of moral decision-making. It is to act as a truly free person with control over one's own body, sexuality, and reproduction."

Westfox denies any inherent value of human life, instead parroting the abortion rationale that a human being only becomes a person of value after the select criteria of independence has been achieved. He wraps it in Christian-speak to make it sound noble and himself credible, but it's the same regurgitated bile so typical of the culture of death.

He insists that God gives the conscience but not the heartbeat. Whatever god Westfox preaches, it is not the Living God; not the Incarnate God who took on human flesh. Was Christ not quite human, not really alive in Mary's womb?

He goes on to twist Jesus' teaching in the parable of the sower to fit the pro-abortion theology of "choice." He says, "In the parable of the sower, Jesus reminds us that seed alone does not bring about new life - that all aspects of the conditions into which the seed are cast must be suitable to sustain life.the story reminds us that respecting and honoring life means doing all we can to create the conditions that will allow life to flourish - while at the same time respecting and accepting that some conditions are not suitable to sustaining life. We do no service by trying to force life into places where the ground is not right."

Westfox is actually saying we have a duty - based on Jesus' teaching about seed falling on good ground - to abort all babies who may be born to mothers who are unfit ground or whose present circumstances are not suitable. To not kill those babies would be to ignore the lesson Jesus was teaching, and therefore, to not follow Christ.

He borrows another common pro-abortion tactic (in which pro-lifers are mocked for supposedly considering an individual sperm or egg to be a living human being, minus conception) by equating a new human soul with a seed. He again denies that God is the Creator and Giver of life by implying that life depends on the soil and the conditions, rather than having inherent, God-given value by virtue of being His creation.

He continues, "Similarly, living out a pro-life theology means ensuring that those who want to create new life or parent a child never feel they cannot because the ground they stand upon is not suitable. It also means that no one should ever be coerced into bringing new life into a situation they do not believe is ready to sustain it."

Those who want a child can go about creating new life themselves, and those who do not want a child must not be "coerced" into bringing new life into the world. When the baby is desired, it's the couple who creates new life; when the baby is unwanted, it's the couple who must not be forced to sustain a life they didn't want to create. In the latter instance, the "seed" has fallen on bad ground and should therefore be destroyed. In both cases, the Author of Life is not mentioned.

It's not life that is sacred to Westfox, but the power over life and death he believes should rest with each sexually active person, not with God. His creed is about control, not honoring life.

Nowhere in Westfox's exposition does he acknowledge the purpose of sex or the obligation to respect its life-giving nature and the marital relationship for which it was created. He says nothing of responsibility unless it's the responsibility we have to "not force life" into an unsuitable situation.

A convincing deception always contains valid truths, as this one does. Indeed, a truly pro-life theology does include proper health care, employment, community support, and many other factors. But Westfox builds his theology on a mirage of sand. He has no foundation because he denies the inherent dignity of every human being from the moment of conception. What good are health care and employment if you don't first protect the human person?

Regardless of circumstance, each child conceived has the right to live and be born. We are the recipients of each gift of new life; we are not the creators or the judges who can decide who lives and who must die.

Anyone unwilling to defend human life from the moment of conception has no pro-life theology. Westfox is stunningly deceived. His "reproductive choice" theology is not remotely pro-life. He is a mouthpiece for the culture of death, sadly feeding other weak souls this poisonous diet of sophistry. That he uses the Resurrection and the teachings of Christ to sell his snake oil is the worst kind of blasphemy.

Note: I find it interesting that this well-justified article leveled at a Protestant "minister" was written by a lady who probably finds no irony in the fact that the Catholic Church practices blatant occult paganism. That, folks, is what the organized church has come to, for the most part.   CMR

Royal Heir     

Monday, May 16, 2011

Hymn #365

A minister was completing a temperance sermon. With great emphasis he said, 'If I had all the beer in the world, I'd take it and pour it into the river.' 

With even greater emphasis he said, 'And if I had
All the wine in the world, I'd take it and pour it into the river.' 

And then finally, shaking his fist in the air, he
Said, 'And if I had all the whiskey in the world,
I'd take it and pour it into the river.' 

Sermon complete, he sat down. 

The song leader stood very cautiously and announced
With a smile, nearly laughing, 

'For our closing song, Let us sing Hymn #365, 'Shall We Gather at the River.'  HERE

Royal Heir