This Satanic Brotherhood Secret Society has taught incorrect information to church leaders. The result of this is, a people(church goers) who are confused as to what the truth is. And these people think they are worshipping Christ when in fact they are worshipping the Devil. Most people who go to church have been brain washed. Most of these people will not look past the Bible, most of which do not even know what the Bible even says.
In the movie "FootLoose", it was evident to the pastors daughter that Christianity is nothing more than show business. They have turned Christ into a big money making business. They get up on stage jumping up and down yelling and screaming, proclaiming the word of God. Several ministries have been proven time and time again to be corrupt. When is it going to stop? I mean, people can't be this stupid to continue to support them, can they? Of course they can!
One cannot deny the existence of the Brotherhood and its influences on mankind. Brotherhood symbols are all over our cultures. The Brotherhood has controlled and manipulated mankind since his creation. History has proven that the Brotherhood is an evil entity, that has to be destroyed. The Brotherhood is in every facet of our lives and many people do not even realize it.
Enemies can come from any where and they don't always come sporting guns or mean faces, threatening us. They sometimes come armed with happy smiles, waving flags, bearing bibles and crosses.........
Satanism/FreeMasonry Linked to the Church
One of the most expressive symbols of the occultist is the circle. As one Luciferian book, Magic Symbols says, "Without doubt, the circle is the most important of all units in magic symbolism, and in almost every case where it is used, the circle is intended to denote spirit, or spiritual forces." [p. 16] Masonic author, J.S.M. Ward, states that the "circle represents God". [Freemasonry and the Ancient Gods; also stated by Masonic author, George Oliver, Symbol of Glory Shewing the Object and End of Freemasonry , 1855, p. 162] Within all areas of the occult, and in Masonry, you see symbols surrounded by circles, and you see serpents devouring their tail, making a circle; in fact, you see circles everywhere.
The greatest and most common symbol of paganism is the obelisk(example; Washington Monument). Satan symbolizes the sex act by placing the phallus(Obelisk) in the middle of the Satanic Eight-Fold Path of Enlightenment. You will be shocked to learn that this most famous instance of this Satanic representation of sexual intercourse is linked to the church.
For the worship of the Sun God, Osirus/Lucifer
Masons utilize the circle with a dot in the center for the worship of the Sun God, Osirus. Osirus is Lucifer. Masons also worship the Phallus(a mans penis). Freemasons worship the sex act, just as pagans and heathens have done for centuries.
Satanic Eight-Fold Path of Enlightenment
The most famous pagan depiction of sexual intercourse in the whole world is found at the Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, where the Pope regularly addresses the faithful.
THE ULTIMATE INSULT TO JESUS CHRIST AND HIS TRUE CHURCH
You have learned that Satanists depict the sex act through a circle with a dot in the middle. Masonic writings reflect that Adept Masons utilize this symbol to worship the Sun God, and to depict sexual intercourse.
Saint Peterís Basilica in Rome, Italy
In the above picture you'll see the Satanic Eight-Fold Path of Enlightment and in the middle, an obelisk(A symbol of sexual intercourse). Why would a church promote CELIBACY while displaying the pagan representation of sexual intercourse!?!?!?
It should be perfectly clear to you that Satan heads the Church! People are being mislead into believing they are worshipping Christ when in fact they are worshipping SATAN!!!! God Himself does not mislead, only Satan would do such a thing. Satan has been lying to us ever since Eden.
Some people heading ministries are doing wrong. Church scams are revealed all the time. Some maybe related to the Brotherhood, some may not.
In the 1980's Peter Popoff, an evangelist faith healer was busy scamming people out of their money.
At the height of his "crusade" he was pulling in four million dollars a year, healing people on his miracle crusades. To his followers he seemed to have devine powers, knowing his followers names, calling them out as well as they're addresses and their afflictions which they came to get cured. He also knew personal details of they're lives.
It was later revealed that Popoff's wife was sending her husband Peter Popoff information about his followers through a wireless radio transmitter. Peter Popoff was wearing a wireless ear piece. His wife had gotten information about his followers from prayer cards that were filled out by his followers before the session began.
The radio transmissions were intercepted by a radio scanner. James Randi (a psychic skeptic) brought the scanner into the auditorium with him. Randi made a recording of Popoff's wife speaking to him. Mr. Popoff's "scam" was later revealed by Randi and six months later Peter Popoff filed for bankruptcy.
When I was made aware of this, I laughed. I thought, how gullible these people were to think that Peter Popoff had "devine" powers. These people totally forgot that they filled out prayer cards before the session began! I do not know if those people did not have the intelligence to figure this out or what! P.T. Barnum (1810-91) once said, "There's a sucker born every minute." You know something, I think he's right.
W.V. Grant, another fraudulent faith healer was using "magic" tricks to fool his followers into thinking he could heal their ailments. Before a service, W.V. Grant would interview some people who attended his service. Finding out what their ailments were and writing them down on a notepad. Grant said it was God who told him the names of his followers who he had to heal. Well, all I have to say is, at least he didn't use a wireless transmitter/reciever.
All the people he "healed" that were in wheel chairs said they could walk even before being "healed". He even claimed to make stunted legs to grow. When in fact all he was doing was pulling the shoe partially off of the victims heal and than slowly pushing it back on saying, "Hallelujah."
W.V. Grant's ministry was making six to ten million dollars a year. W.V. Grant spent all the money he was recieving from his followers on expensive cars, expensive clothes, and a million dollar mansion.
Another way Mr. Grant milked his followers is, he told them he supported several orphanages in Haiti. One of these orphanages in Haiti was run by Susan Whitter, nicknamed "Mommy". One of Mr. Grant's associates said, "Her name was Susan Whitter, but we call her 'Mommy.' And well, she was 70-some years old last time she confessed to any age at all."
It would have been impossible for "Mommy" to make that confession because she had been dead for five years.
It was said that Mr. Grant was making $350,000 a month from the pledges for the orphanages. However he would only send a few thousand dollars to the orphanages in Haiti, keeping the rest of the money for himself.
This story was revealed on the television show, Prime Time Live which aired on the American Broadcasting Company, April 17, 1996 at 10 PM, Pacific Standard Time. If you would like to verify this information, contact them.
The corruption within the church is emence. Many ministeries all over the world sell merchandise such as cups, video tapes, and other paraphernalia to increase their wealth, even key chains! Religeon isn't supposed to be big business.
While you might think that this mechandise is good, such as study guides for the bible and stuff like that. One thing you have to remember, merchandise is merchandise no matter what it is, if it is sold in any ministery it is wrong, it is sin. The "christian" community tries to disguise the selling of merchandise by telling you to send what they call a "love gift" of a set amount of money to their ministeries, in tern this merchandise will be sent to you through the mail.
While God says it is good to give, He also says not to sell merchandise in His house. The Lord Jesus Christ Himself said not to sell merchandise in His Fathers house; St. Matthew 21:12;"And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves." And again in St John 2:16;"And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence; make not my Father's house an house of merchandise." How can people who sell merchandise in their ministries consider themselves christians when they go against Christ like this?
If you have ever watched a televangelist on television you know what the only thing is they care about. It's moving that merchandise and changing that money. You can even see the dollar signs in their eyes. To be a true christian you must worship God in spirit and in truth(St. John 4:24). You also must not be a sinner.
Heritage U.S.A and PTL are two more examples of how monetary donations to a congragation are misused. Jim and Tammy Faye Baker had an air conditioned dog house for their dog paid for by donations from their followers. There are many other stories of corruption within the "christian" community to extensive to go into.
When I started studying the bible I realized after a while that the "christian" community is not preaching the truth. This doesn't surprise me since many ministries are misusing the monetary contributions of their followers because of them being corrupt and disobeying Christ for selling merchandise in His Fathers House. All these people care about is themselves and how much wealth they can acquire.
There is the subject of interpretation to consider also. The Bible is a set of books that are very difficult to follow. Many people do not know what the bible even says and they absorb other peoples teachings as truth. People are often tricked into a scam as I've mentioned above.
A bit of advice here; Do not give money to the people within the church unless you can verify that the money is going to the right place.