An interesting note about Gene Wilder’s faith

I want to start by saying how sad I was to hear of the death of this beloved comedian and actor – his films were a part of my youth, and I have loved them, and him, for a lot of years. There is no desire here to speak ill of him, or to denigrate his memory, but I wanted to touch on a specific revelation about his faith which paints an interesting picture that those of us who believe in God, through His son Jesus, might find rather curious.

It is said that you should always listen to what people say. Believe them. It’s something which we often neglect to do – in fact how many times have we walked away from a situation thinking ‘he didn’t mean that!’ In affairs of the heart it’s particularly important to listen to what the other person is saying. If they are saying they don’t believe in marriage, for example, ladies, believe them. The guy who says he’s not into long term relationships really is speaking the truth. When Bill Gates says there are excess humans on the planet, he’s not making a slip of the tongue. He means what he says.

So when I read this snippet about Gene Wilder I was rather taken aback by it. I quote: [emphasis added]

The young Wilder felt that any feeling of happiness on his part was a betrayal not only of his mother but of anyone who was suffering. He found solace in religion, of a sort.

An aunt of his was a Theosophist — part of the quasi-religious, occult-obsessed movement set up by the Russian clairvoyant Madame Blavatsky — and she introduced him to fellow members.

They told him he was an angel and urged him, among other loopy beliefs, to avoid smoking as it interfered with the messages he was receiving from God.

His involvement with the Theosophists precipitated a sudden and intense obsession with praying which he developed when he was 17. The uncontrollable urge — which he dubbed ‘The Demon’ — gripped him for almost a decade and Wilder later diagnosed it as a sign of obsessive compulsive disorder.

He would spend hours at a time on his knees, pleading forgiveness and dredging up any offence, no matter how slight. He prayed out loud in parks, in crowded streets and on buses, murmuring so he would attract less attention. (source)

How many ‘devout’ New Agers would believe this is a sign of their piety? Yet his language gives away the cause, when he refers to this compulsion as ‘The Demon’ – demonic it certainly is when displayed like this. This man was not in control of himself – he was demonised in some way – hence his correct reference to it as ‘The Demon’.

Poor Gene was clearly a sensitive person – tender hearted. Yet his life was tormented with failed relationships and loss. It’s possible there is a link between those things and his faith (I can tell you that my time as a New Ager was fraught with problems, too). Yet it’s not for me to say that this faith he had was the cause of his woes – only God knows that.

I hope that Gene knew God – I pray that he was able to receive forgiveness for his sins, and that he is with Christ now. Who knows – only Jesus.

I just thought this was an interesting side of the late, great, Gene Wilder that we all ought to find interesting. May he rest in peace.

God Bless you

Lis

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Jean-Claude Juncker has been talking to aliens….

apparently.

If you didn’t already know that the leadership of the EU is satanic/freemasonic you do now!

If you haven’t already, I really recommend you click onto this old post of mine and watch the two amazing videos showing the satanic origins of what we call today ‘aliens’. It will really bless you to be free from any worry about any alien threat the media are slowly beginning to ready the public for – it’s all fake.

God Bless you

Lis

Glastonbury mud-bath belies the spiritual significance of the ‘ceremony’

Glastonbury music festival is more a spiritual ceremony for the dark forces than anything else. Dark forces, and evil spirits control the music industry, and the artists they put forward for the public to see, hear and idolise, are those which get the public to behave in ways which suit their plans – debauchery, suicide, lasciviousness. During a concert the air is electrified with that human energy, and the dark forces lap it up. They even show some of their imagery so you can tell the plans they have.

Matthew Delooze has written about this, and I quote him here (source)

“Agents for dark forces use hyped and talented artists to do this for them but this action is not enough on its own because all the emotional respect (spiritual energy) created at the event would simply go to the artist and not to the dark forces promoting the artists. Yes? So the Serpent has very crafty displayed its own symbolism on stage and/or the festival locations are very symbolic in themselves (or both!). This enables them to attract the spiritual energy towards the symbolism itself and not just the performing artists. The use of symbolism is very important because if the audience at a festival are made to feel emotional about the performer on stage then they also feel emotion, subconsciously, for the symbolism being displayed at the same time. I suppose the situation is on a par with a surge of electricity being sent through the stage, not only would the performers get a shock so would all the other items that conduct electricity. In other words ‘spiritual energy’ can feed the creators of the symbolism on show. The real creators of the symbolism on show are entities in other dimensions; hence ‘they’ receive the spiritual energy created at festivals that bear their symbolism.

The Serpent also uses ambiguous symbolic lyrics hidden in the songs that were allegedly penned and created by celebrity bands to get the crowd to collectively sing ambiguous words (Praise to the Gods), this also creates spiritual energy. (As mentioned in the beside the seaside article) For example Glastonbury uses a Pyramid Stage, so when the crowd feel emotion for artists at Glastonbury they will also give spiritual energy to symbolism (Pyramid etc) being displayed, simply because ‘emotional respect’ for the artist will also create ‘spiritual energy’ for the symbolism and this energy empowers things in a totally different way than you may imagine.

Emotional respect = Spiritual energy.

When you show emotional respect to something you are literally giving your spiritual powers to it. All those attending a rock concert are innocently giving their spiritual energies, not only to their idols on stage, but to the symbolism being displayed too.”

This is the Glastonbury Pyramid stage through the years, showing its symbolism:

pyramid 1
The peace symbol is a satanist symbol – the broken cross
pyramid 2
The phoenix is a symbol of rebirth – highly occult.
pyramid 4
The winged sun symbol is strongly masonic
pyramid 5
Transmitting that energy is usually not shown, but here it’s in plain sight

That people would turn out in the pouring rain, in ankle deep mud (hence mud-bath) to ‘worship’ these people, to lose themselves in alcohol and music for the weekend – well it shouldn’t matter, should it? But it DOES matter, because if you are not working with God, you are, however inadvertently, working for the dark side. Satan wants so much to keep this energy flowing to his side – it would take a Herculean effort to swing this tide back to God – and we can only PRAY that this can be achieved.

God Bless you

Lis

 

The pope is wrong – there is only ONE way to God

I found this: (click the image to visit and read the article)

one world pope.jpg

and it’s time to say it straight, and say it plain.

God is NOT a two-faced, or multi-faceted God. He did not say that cattle were food for the Jews and then make them sacred and untouchable to the Hindus. He did NOT say that idolatry is wrong and then say it was fine to be worshipped in the form of Buddha. He did NOT have His beloved Son come here to earth to tell us that He is ‘the way, the truth and the life, no-one comes to the Father except through Me’ and then create lots of other paths to Himself. He also did not have his Son say that repetative prayers were of the heathen, and then say that mantras are fine.

John 14 6

I cannot make this case strongly enough – Yeshua is the Son of God – not A Christ, but THE Christ – the Messiah – the One and only.

I don’t know how else to say this, but frankly if all roads lead to God – the true God and not a false god – then the Old Testament simply wouldn’t have been written, because He wouldn’t have minded one bit the pagan worship of idols, would He?

This is another false doctrine, and it’s one I have seen with my own eyes being spoken by members of the congregation in churches with a deep lack of discernment. It’s got to STOP!

It’s time to be a white blood cell in the body of Christ! Attack that which attacks the body – false doctrine!

white blood cell in the body of Christ.jpg

God Bless you

Lis

I’m adding Truthstream Media’s video on this which is worth a watch.

Guidance for Christians using complementary therapy

As I’ve written before, I am an ex-complementary therapist. You can read about that here.

My reason for writing today is to give you some pointers if you are going to use a complementary therapy. Not all complementary therapies are occult (!) and the most common, like massage, for instance, requires the same level of clarity of thought, discernment and wisdom that I’m hoping you’ll feel enabled towards by what I’m going to share, as if you were considering any other complementary therapy. Very often the risk is more from the therapist than the therapy itself, and I’ll explain that in a moment.

massage

First of all, and this is key – go to God! Ask Him what you should do! (I’ve written about this before: Link) You might need to go and talk to someone, you might need some physical adjustment, or you might need something else. Receiving care that you pay from from a private therapist is not a sin if it is sought in a godly way. There are also very good reasons to avoid the doctor, so don’t rule out complementary therapy if you need some help. (Read about Doctors and Pharmakeia here: Link) At it’s most basic, care is something we all need, what we don’t need is to have that mixed up with spiritual things which can harm us and our walk with God. Care might be a back massage from our husband, but if we are alone, we might need to pay for that care.

Second of all, has a fellow Christian recommended someone? Is this a personal recommendation from a successful treatment? Were they able to see the theapist and then stop seeing them again? Beware of therapists who keep you coming back too regularly. A six-monthly check up is one thing, but monthly appoinmtents that don’t reap major benefits are lining the pockets of your therapist and may not be necessary.

If you find a therapist you want to go to, these are the important things to remember. When I say ‘remember’ I don’t mean so much to merely bear them in mind, I mean you to take them seriously and ACT on them should the need arise.

If you visit a therapist and their office contains pagan or occult symbols, Buddha statues or other such paraphernalia, DO NOT GO BACK. This person is at best New Age and at worse, they could be practicing witchcraft (and I’m not kidding when I say that, a fellow therapist in my own former therapy was a practicing witch, and no, you’d never know to look at her!). You may get some clues from the name of the therapy centre – many of them have New Age warning signs if you can spot them.

If, when you have had a treatment or two, or three, or ten (!) you find that you are less inclined to read the bible, go to church or pray, DO NOT GO BACK! Even a masseur who is a New Ager, or even completely irreligious, can be demonised and transfer demons to you through touch. Some New Age therapists take a very strong view that Christianity is wrong, and have a desire to rid you of it, even if you haven’t told them (their familiar spirits, if they have them, may tell them to ‘pray for you’ while they are working on you – you can see how this might be harmful!)

If you feel any strong change in your relationship to God, DO NOT GO BACK. I say this because you might suddenly have a desire to worship Him in a different way, or to read books on comparative religions, you may find yourself embracing New Age viewpoints with a passion – this is a false religion, and you’ve picked it up like a flu bug right there in the treatment room.

Always check out any therapy you use with God, first of all. Then look it up online and see what it involves. Please steer clear of any therapy that tells you that it’s going to align your chakras, or balance your energy. Please steer clear of any therapy which claims it can work on you at distance. Please avoid any therapy with spiritual claims attached – it might be to deal with past lives, or other such concepts – keep away.

Remember wherever you go, other than to God direct, for healing, you are opening a door. Always. That door may let in a sweet Christian person, or it may let in a demon, but when you are laying on a treatment couch and you are in pain, you will let a therapist do pretty much whatever they want to make you feel better. This is when you are most vulnerable.

Consider your health prayerfully – and if you have ever been to a therapist before and had issues with your relationship to God afterwards, please repent with contrite heart. Your Father in heaven knows your desperation, and knows you are vulnerable to the lies of the devil, and He’ll forgive you, but you must repent and break all ties to the therapist and therapy that has harmed your walk with the Lord.

I’ll be writing more about this subject over the coming weeks and months. If you have a question about a specific therapy, please leave a comment.

God Bless you

Lis

Illuminati clothing – here’s what you can buy right now in the UK to show you support your oppressors!

I was investigating the usual tranche of awful, thin, cold, ugly and shapeless clothing offerings on the British High Street for the previous post when I found these. I hit the motherload. I seriously did. I have included url links should you desire to clothe yourself or your daughter (I only looked at women’s clothes) in the preferred garb to signal to satan your willingness to be oppressed by spiritual forces of darkness (and everyone else to be too, let’s not forget!). You just might want to check to make sure I didn’t create these in Photoshop! Here they are, in no particular order!

First I went to Select Clothing (Link) – a cheap as chips outlet (except prices are now much higher than they used to be and it’s noticeable that quality isn’t their strong point!). I found a couple of really dark t shirts, and also one which really was pushing narcissism (I don’t think the young need any help on that score, thanks). Then I found this:

illuminati clothingMmmm – the all seeing eye, triangles, oh yeah, free spirit (more like imprisoned spirit!). And to what limit?

But when I went to New Look (Link) – another shop producing thin (and I mean sleeveless too, for Winter 2015/16!) clothes, well here I found it all. Brace yourselves!

I start with their ‘Unicorn offering’ – there were so many more than these, and the Unicorn, according to Constance Cumbey, is significant to the New Age Movement (I quote from her book A Planned Deception)

a planned deception snippetSo beware, this isn’t just make believe for kids, this is a powerful force spiritually being invoked for evil purposes.

So here we have that symbolism turning up on clothing the unsuspecting public wears, signalling their willingness, in absence of knowing what they are ‘consenting’ to!

unicorn spiritOccult 22 in place as well!

unicorn crap

This, for me, harks back to the problems of the demonised otherkin I wrote about here (Link)

unicorn crap 2Escapism into a New Age Movement fantasy – not helpful for the young!

But there’s more – oh so much more, I’m sad to say! It’s so blatant – you will not believe what you are seeing – the infiltration into HOMES, even potentially into non-uniform SCHOOLS of these symbols which are LEGAL RIGHTS AND LEGAL GROUNDS FOR SATAN TO DWELL! Seriously – if you see this in your school your church even (!) say something.

owl imagery

Owl symbolism – another symbol of Molech, a god sacrificed to in ‘mock ceremonies’ at Bohemian Grove, but coupled with the heart – symbol of Bacchus – drunkeness, debauchery and fornication. Ouch.

all seeing crap

What can I say? All seeing eye and what also looks a bit like some CERN symbolism there, although I may be reaching there as to intention…

illuminati clothing 2

So many triangles – and you can barely see it there, but there is an all seeing eye in the middle of that top triangle. It’s quite a disturbing image!

illuminati clothing 5

This one hits all the bases – simultaneously! I mean, really! Skull and crossbones, Egyptian eye of Osiris, keys both individually, and crossed, hearts, the rod of Hermes – this coupled with the all seeing eye, emblazoned right there for all to see. This is direct Kabbalism – this is combining all the symbols of evil on one shirt for a ‘useful idiot’ to wear. Tragic. Really tragic. I’ve talked about wearing symbols unsuspectingly before here (Link)

illuminati clothing 4

Again, eyes and triangles, the comment ‘the free spirit within’, blazing stars and the sun, and more triangles! Theres an air of Native American Indian about this one too. Is this Phoenix symbolism? Can you help me with that – leave a comment please.

illuminati clothing 3

I felt uncomfortable just looking at this T shirt to start with, but couldn’t work out why. Then I spotted the all seeing eye again. But there’s more – the phrase ‘She’s a wanderer a dreamer’ – I’ve noticed a lot of clothes with the words dreamer or daydream on them this year – this is part of keeping them asleep. Watch out!

A friend of mine told me that he’d only just drawn a triangle on the blackboard in a science class when he turned back round and one of the kids had added an all seeing eye to it. Creepy huh?

We must be ever more vigilant when it comes to what we allow into our homes. Symbols are dangerous – if you can’t be sure that an image isn’t symbolic of evil, it’s best to have none, and I know that is hard to do. We must somehow keep satan out of our homes and lives the best ways we can.

By the way this is all UK clothing – is this the same in the US? If so please post links in the comments section – I’d love to know!

God Bless you

Lis

Banning cash – the FT gets behind the New Age to push modern Nazism

Oh yes! Those evil fiends want to remove our right to privacy in our financial transactions. Do you know what it costs a small business to accept a credit card payment? Last time I saw, it was something like £1.48! For the non-profit where I saw that sign, this is a huge dent.

Here’s a snippet from Libertyblitzkrieg

“….the Financial Times publishes an article titled, The Case for Retiring Another “Barbarous Relic.”  When you start to see increased propaganda about banning cash, you know the status quo is very scared and things are getting very serious. You’ve been warned.” (read more here: Link)

Oh yes – well let’s take a quick look at Constance Cumbey’s book, the hidden dangers of the Rainbow. This is where Constance is comparing the bible to the New Age authors:

Dangers of the rainbow snippet cCash will be banned.

This is part of the great ‘religious movement’ towards a one-world government, a one-world religion, and total oppression of the masses.

We must not consent.

God Bless you

Lis