Posted: Sun Aug 07, 2011 11:34 am Post subject: Mason, Mormon, Muslim, Catholic
Freemasons are illuminati
Freemason, Mormon, Catholic, Islam are all illuminati
MASONRY is a RELIGION - a FALSE cult!
All these are linked and since not are the Lord Jesus Christ - they are satan.
The image is the logo of the Freemasons. You can readily see its illuminati.
The great architect of the universe is a satanic term for GOD.
The Conspirators Hierarchy
The Committee of 300 - the Shadow government
by Dr John Coleman is an excellent book to understand whats going on on the earth.
The Committee of 300 could impose its will upon any government without exception.
I STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU READ THIS!
There is a plan by globalists for the last US President to be a Mormon.
Mormon and Masons are the same thing.
Barak Hussein Obama is a 32 degree mason with the Prince Hall lodge.
Obama did not win the election in 2008 - putting him in power to destroy America was the plan for decades.
Freemasons, Mormons, Catholics, Islam are all illuminati.
The roots are the same.
The Orthodox and Coptic is little different than the RCC
When people discover the TRUTH behind Freemasonry and other cults, they GET OUT.
Catholic, Islam, Mormon, Freemason, Luciferian
All these have the SAME ROOTS
Roman Catholicism is far more like Islam than Christianity
BOTH Catholicism and Islam are Darkness, Satan, the devil
Mormonism and Freemason are Luciferian
Luciferianism is Satanism
There is no power of GOD in Darkness.
However, Satan has powers, and he is very real, as are his demonic forces
MASONRY is a RELIGION - a FALSE cult!
Why a FORMER FREEMASON CHAPLAIN LEFT MASONRY
A former Freemason Chaplain seeks a demit from the Masonic Fraternity, and details his reasons for getting out.
You will discover the truth, especially the spiritual truth, about Freemasonry, from his testimony.
YOU CAN NOT BE a CHRISTIAN - and a MORMON!
The Mormon Church has no illumanati symbols but the temple garments do.
Mormon founder Joseph Smith may have been a Freemasons, his family was.
Mitt Romney and Glenn Beck are MORMON. They have sold their souls to satan.
If you really LOOK at Mormon beliefs, they are irrational.
They CONFLICT with the 66 books of the bible, the Word of GOD.
Mormon, LDS deceptions
This very well done page is by a wise CHRISTIAN man I know personally, Richard Ashton, who was a teacher in the Mormon cult until the Lord Jesus Christ saved him out of it.
Richard was invited to join the team exchanging handclasps etc at the veil of the NZ temple on both occasions he visited.
He and Ed Decker and I were both Temple Mormons. He was just an ordinary elder
but had served in a geographically huge mission district as clerk to the district president and as a bishop's clerk in a regular city congregation (called a Ward).
This page is to provide you with factual information (of which you may be totally unaware)
about a series of changes made progressively to the beliefs of the LDS church since its inception in April 1830,
through ongoing substantial changes to the actual text of publications it claims are irrefutable Holy Scripture.
We have only used attested original LDS documents, provided by God-fearing LDS folk,
and then compared that original content with more recent official LDS documents that should be essentially similar.
Saints Alive in Jesus!
We are an Apologetics group, evangelical in nature and generate research and study material,
comparing groups such as Mormonism and Freemasonry with orthodox Christianity.
While our major ministry areas deal with Mormonism and Freemasonry,
you will find numerous other world religions such as Islam, as well as cult groups and issues within the Christian Church covered.
Islam honors Jesus as a great prophet, just not as the Son of GOD.
Both Islam and the RCC honor Mary more highly than she ought.
The allah that Muslims worship is satan, the god of this world, NOT the TRUE GOD.
Roman Catholic Church
The Vatican, Roman Catholic Church worships Mary.
It is full of idolatry.
It keeps Jesus on the cross instead of the risen Lord.
Where you find a catholic church you often find an Islamic mosque nearby. The roots are the same.
It is known some popes have been masons.
Since its a secret order, they will lie.
Whether or not the current pope 16 is a mason, he fully supports the New World Order.
I have heard the crown the pope wears has 666 in Roman numbers on it.
Roman Catholicism is far more like Islam than Christianity
UNKNOWN Evils of the Vatican
Vatican Dungeon Rituals at Satan's Altar, even child sacrifice!
Svali, born into the Illuminati and who witnessed a 4 year-old boy
sacrificed at her underground Vatican induction ceremony at the age of 12.
Barack Obama * Mason, Muslim, Marxist
Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim
Barack Hussein Obama is a Marxist
Barack Hussein Obama is a Mason
Barack Hussein Obama may also be the AntiChrist
Barack Hussein Obama is so much like Adolph Hitler that its chilling!
The USA has put the enemy in the whitehouse!
Barak Hussein Obama is a 32 degree Prince Hall Mason
A stone was put in the wall at the Denver airport - BEFORE Obama became president.
Interesting he chose Denver - eh? hmmmmmmmmm
The NWO put 0bama in power to destroy America and bring in the NWO
GOD BLESS Pastor Robert JEFFRESS!
Persecuted for righteousness
October 2011 I am VERY disturbed at the attacks on Jeffress! Even by Sean Hannity! The igorance of the media is absolute!
Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist of Dallas Texas bravely told the TRUTH on television.
Mitt Romney is a Mormon, and Pastor Jeffress was asked a question (which I forgot).
LDS / Mormon is a CULT. For this TRUTH he has been strongly and unjustly attacked.
I am PROUD of him for saying Mormon is a CULT! As a pastor - HE MUST speak the truth!
If you dont speak the truth, then you are part of a lie. I once attended Jeffress church and I like him very much.
Imprisoned Mormon Polygamist Jeffs imposes change on polygamous sect
1/15/12 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs may be serving a life-plus-20-year sentence in a Texas prison, but his grip on most of his 10,000 followers doesn't appear to be lessening and some former insiders say he's imposing even more rigid requirements that are roiling the church and splitting its members.
The edicts from Jeffs, head of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, form the basis for what he's called the "Holy United Order." An estimated 1,500 men, women and children church members failed to meet the stringent standards by a Jan. 1 deadline, said Willie Jessop, a former FLDS spokesman who no longer reveres Jeffs.
Whether those members were excommunicated outright or have been put on probationary status until they can prove they meet the standards remains unclear, Jessop and others said. Some marriages have been dissolved and families split up as Jeffs works from his prison cell to reshape his church.
Since about mid-November, Jeffs' brother, Lyle Jeffs, has been conducting personal interviews with members to determine their worthiness under the new order, the former church members say.
Acts 4:10-12; 1 Corinthians 15. In today's sermon we will examine the difference between Jesus Christ and the leaders of cults like Islam, Catholicism, Islam, etc. You will see the BIG difference between them is that Jesus IS alive and well, and the cult founders are all dead!
Farrakhan’s Wild New Claims: Jesus Was a Black Muslim & Elijah Would Be the ‘N***er at the Door’
Plus the Bible Was Wrong About Cain
April 2012 With a former U.S. Congressman in the audience, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan made his anticipated, controversial appearance Tuesday night at Alabama A&M University. Surrounded by a security detail of dark suits and bow ties, it was Farrakhan’s white suit that commanded the stage.
Speaking to a cheering crowd that filled most of the auditorium, Farrakhan touched on sensitive religious and racial issues while using his infamous vernacular to hammer some astounding points.
The minister began by referring to the national controversy that had been built around his appearance at the university. ”Here in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, and even in other parts of the country, they didn’t like outsiders coming to disturb the plantation. So when an outsider came that master thought might upset the plantation mentality, he would threaten the slave and go, ‘don’t you listen to him, he’s a hater.’ Well you just met me! Who taught you to hate your black self? It wasn’t Farrakahn.”
On the topic of religion and race Farrakhan got personal, ”If He made us black – with kinky hair, broad nose, thick lips – if I don’t like me, how could I like the God who created me?”
Paul Gattis, a reporter for The Huntsville Times who was in the audience wrote, “[Farrakhan] also repeatedly said that it is not known if Jesus was a Caucasian, as He is typically portrayed. Farrakhan made the same point about Elijah, the Jewish prophet.”
Farrakhan referenced the Jewish Seder holiday and specifically the Jewish tradition of the Prophet Elijah’s arrival to each doorway on Passover night: “If Elijah was at the door and he was black, you would call 911 and say there’s a n****r at the door, claiming he’s Elijah! Send the police!”
Why would Jewish people be so shocked? “Because you are not trained to accept wisdom from a black person, no matter how wise that black person is” the minister explained, “Jesus was a black man.”
Most astoundingly, Farrakhan made the argument that Jesus was not Christian. “Because Jesus said ‘Not My will, but Thy will.’ You know what we call that in Arabic? Islam. He was a Muslim.”
More religious piety was to come. The controversial minister launched into a diatribe on the story of Cain and Abel, with his own additions.
“When Cain came to present his offering before God as a tiller of the ground, the scripture says God did not respect his offering. I don’t believe that. I’d like to offer a correction. Well who are you? I’m better than those who have revised your Bible. I’m better than those who have translated it out of the original tongues and revised it to fit their purpose! What makes you better? Because I am taught of God.”
A large portion of his speech targeted black education and the poor quality of opportunities for blacks in America. Farrakhan pushed the predominantly black audience to have greater achievements and goals in the world, and not be obligated to whites or Jews to find their success.
“White people suffer from the false notion that white skin makes them superior,” Farrakhan said. “And we suffer from the falsehood that the blackness of our skin makes us inferior. So we’re bowing to white supremacy and manifesting black inferiority.”
“Because most of you that have something , you have it because there’s a white person that has befriended you in some way. Am I saying the wrong thing? So they are the controller of the ceiling, and you only go as far as they permit. And in order for you sometimes to crack that ceiling, you have to genuflect, bow.”
Taking in the full message from the front row was the former Republican Congressman Parker Griffith, who represented Alabama’s fifth district in Congress from 2008-2010.
Several area pastors and rabbis rebuked the Alabama A&M administration for allowing the controversial minister to use school facilities to address the student community. Some of the faith-based leaders unsuccessfully asked for university officials to reconsider Farrakhan’s invitation. Administrators distanced themselves from the event, noting that an assortment of student groups, including the A&M Poetry Club and A&M Democrats, were responsible for Farrakhan’s invitation to come speak.
The Fastest Growing Religion In America is Islam
May 2012 Do you know what the fastest growing religion in America is? It isn't Christianity. According to the latest U.S. Religion Census that was just released on May 1, 2012, the fastest growing religion in America is Islam. The data for the census was compiled by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies, and the results were released by the Association of Religion Data Archives. From the year 2000 to the year 2010, the census found that the number of Muslims living inside the United States increased by about 1 million to 2.6 million - a stunning increase of 66.7 percent. That is an astounding rate of growth. Meanwhile, most Christian denominations had rates of growth that were far below the overall rate of population growth in the United States, and some Christian denominations actually lost members. Sadly, when Barack Obama once said that "we are no longer a Christian nation" he wasn't too far off the mark. Christianity is rapidly losing influence and other religions such as Islam are rapidly gaining members and building new places of worship. As other major religions such as Islam continue to grow in the United States, it is inevitable that this will reshape America in many different ways in the years ahead.
So what about other religious groups?
How did they fare according to the U.S. Religion Census?
Well, the following are some of the growth rates for major religious organizations from the year 2000 to the year 2010....
Tim LaHaye endorses Mormonism end times book Worldview Weekend Radio with Brannon Howse
Brannon’s guest is former Mormon Ed Decker. Topic: Glenn Beck interviews Mormon author Chris Stewart on his book that he describes as having a “spiritual element” yet Beck boasts that Tim LaHaye “was kind enough to endorse this. He read it and said it was great and I mean, I talked to him last night and he was just like, right on. Biblically it’s right on...” On Beck's website it was posted: “Wrath & Righteousness has been described by #1 bestselling author and talk show host Glenn Beck as “the Left Behind series for a new generation.” Former Mormon Ed Decker has reviewed aspects of this book written by Mormon Chris Stewart and Decker describes why he is very troubled by Beck’s report that LaHaye has endorsed this book. Topic: LaHaye’s Tribulation Force has the Pope raptured? Topic: Catholic caller calls in to explain “Catholic gospel” to Brannon and Ed who in turn explain the Biblical gospel.
Bill Murray portrays 32nd Degree Freemason FDR in "Hyde Park on Hudson" How the Great Seal Got on the One-Dollar Bill
One day in 1934, while Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace was waiting to meet with Secretary of State Cordell Hull, he looked through a State Department publication titled, "The History of the Seal of the United States."
Wallace Recollects that Day in letters he wrote in 1951 and in 1955:
Turning to page 53, I noted the colored reproduction of the reverse side of the Seal. The Latin phrase Novus Ordo Seclorum impressed me as meaning the New Deal of the Ages.
I was struck by the fact that the reverse side of the Great Seal had never been used. Therefore I took the publication to President Roosevelt and suggested a coin be put out with the obverse and reverse sides of the Seal.
Roosevelt, as he looked at the colored reproduction of the Seal, was first struck with the representation of the
"All Seeing Eye," a Masonic representation of The Great Architect of the Universe.
Next he was impressed with the idea that the foundation for the new order of the ages had been laid in 1776 but that it would be completed only under the eye of the Great Architect.
Roosevelt like myself was a 32nd degree Mason.
He suggested that the Seal be put on the dollar bill rather than a coin and took the matter up with the Secretary of the Treasury... He brought it up in Cabinet meeting and asked James Farley [Postmaster General and a Roman Catholic] if he thought the Catholics would have any objection to the "All Seeing Eye" which he as a Mason looked on as a Masonic symbol of Deity. Farley said "no, there would be no objection."*
MSNBC’s new golden girl was in a pickle: If someone sees a black person committing rape or domestic violence, should he report it if it makes black people look bad?
Or if Muslims see wife-beating, genital mutilation and childhood sexual abuse, should they just keep it to themselves, because saying something gives ammunition to the “Islamophobes”?
The questions appear to be simple. But they posed a challenge for the host of the new “Melissa Harris-Perry” show when guest Mona Eltahawy talked about her Foreign Policy magazine cover story about abuse of women by men in the Muslim world.
Eltahawy speaks from experience: She had her arms broken in a demonstration in Egypt and was tortured and raped in an Egyptian jail cell.
So she seemed surprised to find Harris-Perry questioning her right to draw attention to “traditions” such as involuntary female circumcision, wife-beating and childhood sexual abuse.
“I start with a little bit of trepidation in this conversation,” the host said, “in part because I know some of the critiques of this. The very idea that Western press, those that are not from these nations, who are not Muslim ourselves, who are not part of these traditions can look at your article and say ‘ahhh, look at how horrible those men, or those societies, or that religion is.’
“And that is part of the reason why, for example, we have an under-reporting of rape and domestic violence in African American communities,” Harris-Perry continued. “Because we know the violence enacted on black men by police, so we often don’t call. Right?”
Then the MSNBC host brought in Harvard professor Leila Ahmed, who questioned whether Eltahawy should have written the article at all. Not because it was false, but because it made Muslims look bad.
“You began, Melissa, by noting that some things in the African-American community are not publicized precisely because of the racism,” said Ahmed as Harris-Perry nodded in agreement on a split screen.
“Mona, I appreciate what you do,” continued Ahmed. “I would love it if – I understand if you want to get your message across. It’s an important message. But if possible [you should not] give fuel, fodder to people who simply hate Arabs and Muslims in this climate of our day.”
Iran: Discovery will collapse Christianity
Says Turkish 'Bible' has Barnabas forecasting Muhammad's coming
Iran’s Basij Press is claiming that a version of the Gospel of Barnabas, found in 2000, will prove that Islam is the final and righteous religion and the revelation will cause the collapse worldwide of Christianity.
Turkey confiscated a leather-bound text, written on animal hide, in an anti-smuggling operation in 2000. Turkish authorities believe the text could be an authentic version of the Gospel of Barnabas, one of Jesus’ apostles and an associate of the apostle Paul.
This version of the Barnabas Gospel was written in the 5th or 6th century and it predicted the coming of the Prophet Mohammad and the religion of Islam, the Basij Press claims.
The Christian world, it says, denies the existence of such a gospel.
However, religious scholars have said another version of the Barnabas Gospel, discovered a century ago, was written less than 500 years ago, which would post-date Mohammad.
In Chapter 41 of the Barnabas Gospel, Basij claims, is this statement: “God has hidden himself as Archangel Michael ran them (Adam and Eve) out of heaven, (and) when Adam turned, he noticed that at top of the gateway to heaven, it was written ‘La elah ela Allah, Mohamad rasool Allah,’” meaning Allah is the only God and Mohammad his prophet.
UHM...well now, if that doesnt prove the thing a fake...
The Turkish army has taken possession of the Barnabas Gospel because the “Zionists” and the governments of the West are trying to suppress its contents, Basij Press claims.
Muslim Brotherhood infiltrates U.S. public schools? You wont believe shocking ties of group behind Arabic language classes.
Linked: 2012-06-02 22:19:07 By: Aaron
A flurry of news media reports last week highlighted a Harlem public elementary school that will become the first in New York to require students to study Arabic.
Entirely unreported is that the organization that co-created and funded the Arabic language program for the New York school, KleinOnline has found, maintains close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood while the group’s founder also started the Al Jazeera television network.
The Qatar Foundation International, or QFI, a nonprofit group financed by the government of Qatar, gave Harlem’s Hamilton Heights, a K-5 public school school, a $250,000 grant to support the Arabic program for three years.
The school’s Arabic language program was reportedly developed by QFI and the the Global Language Project.
In addition to the Harlem school, KleinOnline found that the QFI just awarded “Curriculum Grants” to seven U.S. schools and language organizations to “develop comprehensive and innovative curricula and teaching materials to be used in any Arabic language classroom.”
Those schools include Bell High School, a Los Angeles public school, and Safford K-8 in Arizona’s Tucson Unified School District.
QFI, based in Washington DC, is the U.S. branch of the Qatar Foundation, founded in 1995 by Qatar’s ruling emir, Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani.
Mormon group shows its support in Salt Lake City gay parade
June 2012 SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - Nearly 300 Mormons marched in a gay pride parade on Sunday, holding signs that read "God Loves His Children" in a unique display of support from believers of a religious tradition that has long opposed homosexuality.
"When people hear that Mormons are marching with gay and lesbian people in Salt Lake City... I think that's going to be a surprise," said Dustin Lance Black, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of the 2008 movie "Milk" about slain San Francisco gay activist Harvey Milk. Black, who is gay and was raised Mormon, was the parade's grand marshal.
"They are fostering a level of acceptance that hasn't traditionally been there," he said.
Erika Munson, 52, a devout Mormon and mother of five, founded the group Mormons Building Bridges and led it in the annual Utah Pride Parade in support of the gay community. She had grown uncomfortable with the image of their church as anti-gay.
"I feel like this is the time to speak up. I've always felt like I was supportive in my own way of the LGBT community but I've had to keep that and my commitment for the church separate," she said, using a common term for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender people.
Munson's group is not endorsed by or directly affiliated with Utah-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mormon faith teaches that gay sex is a sin and for decades church leaders have denounced homosexuality as unnatural, endorsed reparative therapies aimed at altering sexual orientation and excommunicated some gay members.
Since the 1990s, the church also has publicly backed campaigns to block legalized gay marriage.
Church leaders have softened their stance on homosexuality in recent years, saying the origins of sexuality are not fully understood. The church also has endorsed Utah laws to protect LGBT people from job and housing discrimination and in 2010 denounced gay bullying.
The Mormon group in Sunday's parade waved signs saying "LDS (loves) LGBT" and drew cheers from bystanders lining the route, just blocks from the Mormon Church headquarters. They marched in suits and conservative dresses and were in stark contrast to the thousands of other participants.
The revelers ranged from supporters of Planned Parenthood to members of the Queer Utah Aquatic Club who danced along the street wearing only swimming suits, bow ties and top hats. A man who went by the name of Penelope Pap Smear marched in a pink dress.
Sharon Griffiths, 58, a lesbian and former Mormon who recently lost a gay nephew to suicide, said she was grateful for the Mormon representation in the parade.
"My heart is absolutely full in gratefulness that this Christ-like love they talk about in church, I see here in action today," said Griffiths, who came out in the 1970s after years of being active in the church.
Utah has the nation's 12th highest rate of youth suicide, according to a 2009 report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. On average, two teens a day are treated in Utah emergency rooms after suicide attempts, state health department data from 2008 to 2010 showed.
While it is not clear how many of Utah's youth suicides occur in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, experts say that LGBT youth are at already at an increased risk for suicide and attempted suicide, and could be cause for concern in Utah.
"I know we have a lot work to do still and there's still a lot we don't agree about yet," Black said. "But certainly, today felt like a first step in a healing process."
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