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The Illuminati Created Communism? (must hear audio)

Have you seen all the satanic symbolism in Kanye West, Jay Z, Beyonce, Nikki Minaj, Lady Gaga, Madonna, etc.’s videos and Superbowl performances? Have you heard the rumors or watched the Youtube videos about a secret Luciferian society called the Illuminati – The International Bankers who control everything, and whose goal is a one world government that enslaves the masses and is ruled by the elite? I have.

I even personally know a Presidential candidate who was invited to the Bohemian Grove as a guest. He said it was pagan, the height of luxury, no women allowed, and it was required that guests “relieve” themselves outside. There were no indoor bathroom facilities. And, the Rockefellers were there.

I also personally know a pastor who counsels victims of Satanic Ritual Abuse, who claim to be “in the family” and were physically/sexually tortured as children, and trained to be assassins for the Illuminati.

I know that not everything on the Internet is true, but if you are curious and read voraciously like me, you start running into these concepts over and over again. Years ago, my Dad gave me the book, “When the World Will Be as One” by Tal Brooke. In it, Tal threads together all of the demonic practices that include drugs, LSD, astral projection, sexual immorality, atheism, secular humanism, New Age, evolution, Darwinism, Freud, and Marxism as simply the wiles of the devil; false religions made to confuse souls and divert them from the Truth, which is simply, Jesus Christ. (“I am the way, the truth, and the life, no man comes to the Father, but by me.” John 14:6)

The Bible mentions spiritual warfare, good and evil, Satan and Jesus, heaven and hell, many times. Ephesians 6:12 says, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

The above Youtube I stumbled upon seems historically accurate and fascinating. If there are any inaccuracies, please tell me. I love the part of the narrative when “an act of God”, literally, lightning struck the guy who was gonna give the guy something…

Although the Bible tells us that Jesus wins in the end, I believe God requires his followers to fight our daily battles against the enemy, against evil forces, our sin nature, and the carnal world. It’s exciting. The Bible is our sword, “quick, and powerful, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” Hebrews 4:12

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(Illuminati symbolism)

 
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  • Dave

    “We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior.” However, posts from Victoria that contain these things are no problem.

    • texrollie

      Which of these is she guilty of Dave? Sounds to me you just have a difficult time tolerating the truth.

      • Dave

        No, I have a difficult time tolerating profound stupidity.

  • Dave

    The Illuminati created communism. That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. Why not “The Order of the Phoenix created socialism” or “Capitalism invented by the Dharma Initiative?”

    Victoria quotes the bible: “Ephesians 6:12 says, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” That’s great. The Bible also says:

    “Do not wear clothing of wool and linen woven together” (Deuteronomy 22:11)

    “But anything in the seas or the rivers that does not have fins and scales, of the swarming creatures in the waters and of the living creatures that are in the waters, is detestable to you. You shall regard them as detestable; you shall not eat any of their flesh, and you shall detest their carcasses. Everything in the waters that does not have fins and scales is detestable to you.” (Leviticus 11:10–12). So that means no clams, no shrimp, no lobster. Surely a good Christian like Victoria has never defied God and eaten seafood.

    “Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law. And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.” (1 Corinthians 14:34-35). So women are not allowed to ever speak while in a church. I’m sure Victoria has never broken this rule, as she’s so devout.

    My point is, if you’re going to follow the rules in the Bible, you must follow ALL of the rules in the Bible. You can’t pick-and-choose. So no shellfish, no clothing of mixed fabrics and no talking while in a church. Ever. These things are an abomination to you.

    • texrollie

      You are confusing the Mosaic laws God gave the JEWS, ie the ceremonial and dietary laws with God’s divine laws given to all, ie thou shalt not kill, commit adultery etc. Read I Corinthians and Galatians. We as Gentiles are not required to follow circumcision laws or keep Shabbat. Our laws are summed up as “love God supremely and our neighbors as ourselves.” Christians follow the law of liberty ” All things are legal unto me but not all things are expedient.” As far as the Illuminati, she is welcome to her opinion. Communism has been around in some form ever since people began living in community. I love shrimp, by the way.

      • Dave

        Then God himself is picking and choosing. Why are “all things legal” to one group but not the other? Same God, same humans.

        • texrollie

          Because God (YHWH) chose to have a special covenant relationship with the family of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, ie the Jews. This relationship offered special benefits as well as responsibilities. They failed in their responsibilities when they rejected their Messiah, Yeshua, ie, Jesus. God then chose Saul of Tarsus, (the Apostle Paul), to offer relationship to the gentiles. We, consequently, enjoy the benefits originally offered to the Jews. But we live by the laws of liberty and love.

  • Dave

    Secular humanism is demonic? The theory of evolution is demonic? Charles Darwin is demonic? New Age, Dr. Freud and Marxism, too. That’s quite a leap.

    These claims sum up my problem with Christianity: Believe what I say or you’re damned. It’s the “my way or the highway” religion and that’s why so many people are put off by it.

    America, which Victoria proclaims to love so much, was founded so people could experience religions freedom, yet Victoria is the least tolerant person on Earth.

    • texrollie

      Rather than “demonic” a better term probably is “anti-Christ.” Most of Freud’s theories have been proven to be very fallible to say the least. Even Darwin doubted his own theory before his death. Secular humanism teaches that mankind is the measure of all things…a godless theory wouldn’t you say? New Age teachings originate in paganism. True Marxism is tyrannical and un-doable. So what would you call it?

      • Dave

        Sure, some of Darwin’s and Freud’s theories have been called into question or disproven as science progresses. That’s a scientist’s job is to formulate a question, devise a test to provide an answer, perform the test, observe the results and adjust the original theory accordingly. If a given scientist’s theory is disproven by this process, it doesn’t mean s/he is demonic, Anti-Christ or incompetent. If Darwin doubted his own theory before his death, it was because he was a good, responsible scientist. It was his *job* to doubt.

        As as far as a “godless theory” vs. one steeped in religion, the difference isn’t really that pronounced. We’re all looking for answers to the same questions; science and religion just use different language in the asking. That’s not bad, nor is it good. It just is.

        What is wrong, however, is to dismiss and malign one method as “demonic” and the other righteous and true.

        • texrollie

          You have a valid point Dave. Brother Science & Sister Religion need to learn to get along. I never was much into name calling. It’s impolite. Problem is, neither side will admit they are searching for answers. Evolution is taught as a proven scientific fact in our schools yet there is not one shred of evidence for it in the biological or archaeological or the scientific realm. The “science” I was taught in grade school 50 years ago is laughable. Yet the secular scientific world truly believe they have a monopoly on truth. At the same time, it is embarrassing that the Catholic Church imprisoned Galileo and Copernicus. Evolutionist theorists live by faith that is so devout it would make any fundamentalist Christian proud.

          • Dave

            “Evolution is taught as a proven scientific fact in our schools yet there is not one shred of evidence for it in the biological or archaeological or the scientific realm.” Well, that’s not exactly true. There’s evidence from genetics, comparative anatomy, paleontology (the fossil record) and more. While none of it is definitive or conclusive, it’s impossible to say there’s “no shred of evidence.”

            “Faith” in the scientific method isn’t unfounded. It’s about testing observable, concrete evidence, finding results, and doubting those results until the next text can be executed.

            Here’s what I say to people who think that supporting evolutionist theory is somehow an affront to religion and God: If science could somehow prove, definitively, that a big explosion of energy created the planets and the universe, does that make God any less great? If it’s found to be undeniably true that all life on this planet evolved over billions of years, does that make modern miracles any less miraculous? The answer in every case is no.

            What if, on the other hand, evolutionist theory is demonstrated to be completely inaccurate? Does that mean the men and women who dedicated their lives to research, study and a better understanding of the human condition are bad people? Or damned to hell? Of course not. Now here’s the biggie…

            What if we’re wrong about Christianity? What if the hole thing was made up, and death means nothing more than the cessation consciousness? Worst case scenario: Christians lived their lives trying to be good people by following God’s commandments. Love one another. Help each other. Be a just, caring and humble person. Serve others.

            What if it’s all true? God is real, the Easter story is real? Heaven and hell is real? The answer: same result.

            In both scenarios, you try to live the best life you can. It’s a win/win situation. If you’re right, you do your best to live a great life. If you’re wrong, you do your best to live a great life. That’s *really* the most important part, not spouting Bible verses as weapons or decrying people who worship differently than you do.

            Just try to live that good life. That way, you can’t lose.

          • texrollie

            First, there is no evidence in the fossil record, absolutely no evidence of hybridization from one species to another, second, DNA proves just the opposite which has caused not a few evolutionary theorists and scientists to turn to a belief in intelligent design. Of course scientific exploration and research does not damn anyone to hell. Nowhere in the scriptures do you find that to be true.
            When Constantine seized control of the church, yes, for the most part it curtailed the martyrdom, but ended up being one of, if not the worse things, to ever happen to Christendom.
            I am all for living a good life. Of that we can agree. Problem is, living a good life will not enter one into the kingdom of Heaven. If I live a good life and then cease to exist at death, nothing lost. But if I and 1 billion others alive today are correct, your worse case scenario will be, to be absent from the body Is to find yourself very much alive and cognizant, separated from God and in torment and outer darkness for all eternity. Jesus told us how to enjoy eternal life in the scripture I’m sure you are familiar with; John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son (Jesus), that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.” You see, we are all sinners. Have you ever told a lie? You are a law breaker (Thou shalt not bear false witness.) Have you ever lusted after someone? Jesus said that, if you have, you’ve committed adultery in your heart. Have you ever taken something that didn’t belong to you? Maybe, recorded a movie or cd that was copyrighted? Then you are a thief. (Thou shalt not steal.) I’m sure you say, “well, everyone has. No one is perfect.” My point exactly. We must be forgiven for breaking God’s law. The wages or consequences of sin is death. But we can be forgiven by our repentance and acceptance of Christ’s substitutionary death for us. Jesus called it being born again or born from above. People have a God ordained right to live and worship according to the dictates of their heart. That is a freedom I cherish and served in the military to defend it. But there are not many paths that lead to heaven. Only one. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life; no one comes to the Father but through me.” I pray you will consider what I have written.

          • Dave

            “Of course scientific exploration and research does not damn anyone to hell.”

            Right. Which takes me back to my original point: It’s irresponsible of Victoria or anyone to call Freud or Darwin “demonic” for being scientists whose scientific research into the human condition was secular. But the church has a looooong history of punishing non-believers with torture and death. More people have died in Jesus’ name than for any other reason.

            And while we’re talking about large groups of people, let’s look at the world’s 1.6 billion Buddhists. The great tenant of Buddhism is to eliminate suffering for all begins. That’s a Buddhist’s “job” if you will. Are you saying those 1.6 billion people — who devote their lives to eliminating the suffering of others — are going to hell?

            What about all the people who live in undeveloped countries, or the rain forests, many of whom have never even heard of God, and therefore have not had the chance to be “saved.” They’re going to hell? If so, that’s unfair, and your God is hateful and mean.

    • Smith

      People are put off by Christianity’s rigidity because it offends their pride. God is a constant in the universe that never changes with time and therefore it has to be His way or the highway because we must all conform to His unchanging nature and law in order to be sustained (have real life)

      The truth is not dependent on numbers or how people feel. The truth remains the truth irrespective of how people receive it. The grass remains green even if majority of people believe that it is brown.

      All truthers (followers of God) must be commended for refusing to follow the herd. Following the herd rather than the truth always leads to ignorance and falsehood. When the truth is sacrificed on the altar of lies, acceptance and tolerance, evil and ignorance are the order of the day on earth.

  • Smith

    You appear to be ignorant of what Christianity is Dave. The Bible is clear that the natural man
    receives not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness
    unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually
    discerned (1 Cor 2:14) The Mysteries of God are not “intellectually” understood. They are “spiritually” discerned and that is why they seem foolish and irrelevant to you. The verses that you quoted are very relevant today and still apply to Christians (in their ideal spiritual form) but like the Jews in Jesus day, they are perceived by non Christians like you (the outer court) in their “parable form” : and that is why they seem to be outdated and archaic

    And the disciples came, and said unto him, Why speakest thou unto them in parables? He
    answered and said unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the
    mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.Matt 13:10-11.
    Therefore speak I to them in parables: because they seeing see not; and hearing they hear not, neither do they understand. Matt 13:11.

    So rather than take issue over verses that you do not understand (because your mind has been blinded by your god, satanic intellectualism), why dont you humbly admit your ignorance and foolishness and ask God to reveal the mystery behind the veiled letter to you:

    For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.1 Cor 3:19

    Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.2 Cor 3:6

    In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe
    not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image
    of God, should shine unto them.2 Cor 4:4