As we get closer and closer to the emergence of the Antichrist on the world stage, we are seeing the growth of the structure that will support his bid for world rule. Satan’s minions are throwing the world into complete chaos. Christians are being slaughtered by the thousands. And, churches across the ‘developed’ world have turned to self-indulgence and darkness. And, as the world descends into violence, upheaval and moral depravity…
…a new religion rises.
It has a new hero and new god. And, this new god has something for everyone, and it has been infecting our culture and molding our youngest generations – for decades.
And today, this new religion makes yet another step forward.
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A New Religion Awakens
I remember when the first Star Wars motion picture opened in 1977. What an exciting movie. I was entranced. I had NEVER seen anything like it. And, I saw it five times.
Almost forty years later, and a new one has come out, and I’m not so entranced. I’m not even sure that I’ll see it even once.
Because it bears – and bares – the message of a new religion, a religion that the first movie introduced to us in the seventies. It has taken bits and pieces of other religions and molded them into something that looks new. And, if you think that I’m engaging in hyperbole, think again.
When George Lucas created his first movie, he intentionally injected his own Luciferian views about God and the nature of the universe. This wasn’t an accident. It wasn’t just a ‘plot device’ to make his movies more thrilling.
No. It was intentional.
He even said so, himself.
The Hero With A Thousand Faces
Here’s a quote from this article that should raise the hair on the back of your neck:
George Lucas claims that Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero With a Thousand Faces was a major influence behind the Force’s creation. In it Campbell draws parallels between the world’s myths, arguing that they are all part of one “monomyth”. In an interview with Bill Moyers, in 1999, published in Time magazine, Lucas said he created the Force as a device to awaken spirituality in young people. “Not having enough interest in the mysteries of life to ask the question, ‘Is there a God or is there not a God?’ – that is for me the worst thing that can happen.” However, he said he never intended Star Wars to have a religious following. “I hope that doesn’t end up being the course this whole thing takes,” he told Moyers, adding that he would hate living in a secular world where entertainment passed for people’s religious experience.
I put the most important statement in bold, and here it is again:
Lucas said he created the Force as a device to awaken spirituality in young people.
I hope that makes you upset. It certainly made ME upset, because good ol’ George was – and is – targeting the vulnerable young minds of our children. And every time that they reenact their favorite parts of the Star Wars movies… the religious message gets reinforced in these young minds.
And, it is a message that Lucas picked up from a book published in 1949:
That was THE inspiration for George Lucas. And, it represents a huge attack upon Christianity and turns the coming of Jesus and His death, burial and resurrection into just another facet of a ‘monomyth’.
Joseph Campbell constructed this theory to say that all the religions of the world can be boiled down to one ‘myth’ – a ‘monomyth’:
A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man.
Here’s a quote from Wikipedia’s summary of Campbell’s idea:
In laying out the monomyth, Campbell describes a number of stages or steps along this journey. The hero starts in the ordinary world, and receives a call to enter an unusual world of strange powers and events (a call to adventure). If the hero accepts the call to enter this strange world, the hero must face tasks and trials (a road of trials), and may have to face these trials alone, or may have assistance. At its most intense, the hero must survive a severe challenge, often with help earned along the journey. If the hero survives, the hero may achieve a great gift (the goal or “boon”), which often results in the discovery of important self-knowledge. The hero must then decide whether to return with this boon (the return to the ordinary world), often facing challenges on the return journey. If the hero is successful in returning, the boon or gift may be used to improve the world (the application of the boon).
Right. A direct attack upon Jesus, by turning His sacrifice for you, into just another story from nine hundred and ninety nine other stories. In the eyes of this abominable theory, Jesus is just another ‘hero’.
And THAT is EXACTLY what Satan wants you to believe.
Furthermore, this book that inspired George Lucas was included in Time Magazine’s list of the 100 best and most influential books written in English since the magazine began in 1923.
Think of THAT BOOK as the rule-book for the rise of a new ‘christ’. In fact, defectors from Satan’s church have spoken of this person as ‘the christ’.
What did the Bible say about that?
Here’s the verse, from Matthew 24:
For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.
Satan is clever, and he will present a story that will make you stop, think and wonder if the Bible is right. Even the ‘very elect’ – those who truly ARE called by God, with the Holy Spirit – even THEY will pause. They won’t be able to believe the lie, but they’ll wonder about it – if even for the briefest of moments.
And, do NOT make the mistake of thinking that you are immune. Even Carolyn Hamlett, who knows and loves the Lord with a consuming passion… who knows the lies of Satan intimately… even SHE does not dare to come face to face with that entity. She knows how good the deception is, and she does not want to play around with it.
But, let me bring us back to this ‘Jedi religion’ of George Lucas.
The Jedi Religion
In my research, I came across this article:
It provides an excellent analysis of this foolish Jedi religion. Here’s a quote:
Recognizing that many see Star Wars for a religious experience, Moyers asked, “What do you make of the fact that so many people have interpreted Star Wars as being profoundly religious?”
Lucas responded, “I don’t see Star Wars as being profoundly religious. I see Star Wars as taking all of the issues that religion represents and trying to distill them down into a more modern and more easily accessible construct that people can grab onto to accept the fact that there is a greater mystery out there. When I was ten years old I asked my mother, I said, Well, if there is only one God, why are there so many religions? And over the years I have been pondering that question ever since. And it would seem to me that the conclusion I have come to is that all of the religions are true; they just see a different part of the elephant. Religion is basically a container for faith. Faith is the glue that holds us together as a society. Faith in our culture, our world—whatever it is we are trying to hang onto. It is a very important part allowing us to remain stable—remain balanced.”
I am astounded that George Lucas didn’t consider the movie to be ‘profoundly religious’.
How can you possibly come away from watching his Star Wars movies and not see that they are ‘profoundly religious’?!
The whole SERIES is based upon profound religiousness. It’s core is religious. The plot is religious. Everything about it is religious. And, I believe that it rests upon the same foundation that will be used by the Antichrist to take over the world.
The Illuminati Signature
If that isn’t enough for you, let me show you a few pictures from Dark Horse comics:
Here’s a quote from the article where I found this picture:
The Je’daii were brought to Tython by great pyramidal ships called Tho Yors. Each of the eight Tho Yors traveled around the galaxy about 35,000 years before the Battle of Yavin (which was the climax of Episode IV, Star Wars: A New Hope , aka the original Star Wars movie) and gathered sentients who were sensitive to the Force. These Force sentients felt within themselves a call and answered it.
The Luciferians are going to be making a lot of calls in the near future, and quite a few will answer them.
Here’s another look at those ‘space ships’:
Right. THOSE pyramids are in the shape of the ‘missing’ all-seeing-eye-of-Horus capstone of the Illuminati pyramid. Oh, and notice something else:
The symmetrical shape of this ‘double’ pyramid.
It represents the Luciferian principle of:
As Above, So Below
Everything that you see ‘above’ has its exact counterpart ‘below’.
Oh, and here’s the article that got me started on those pictures:
The Church Of Jediism
Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there. There is even a pathetic Church of the Jedi. It’s made up of losers and misfits with nothing better to do than immerse themselves in the fantasy life of nevereverland.
Although pathetic, this mix of Taoism (or, Daoism), Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity and Luciferianism is toxic beyond belief, and people are grabbing a hold of it with both hands. They may not join the drooling idiots of the ‘Jedi Church’, but they will certainly incorporate that foolishness and make it their own. And, their principles of As Above, So Below (AASB) is pure Luciferianism.
No, they will not make that AASB statement, but it is everywhere in the Yin-yang Luciferian construct. It makes Lucifer to be as powerful as God. It makes The Dark Side as powerful as The Light, and THAT is just not true.
Here is the most trafficked site on Jediism:
These people actually BELIEVE this stuff.
Then, you’ll just LOVE this group out of New Zealand, several thousand miles due south of where I live:
Here’s a quote from their homepage, under the subtitle ‘All Welcome’:
The Jedi Church recognises that there is one all powerful force that binds all things in the universe together, and accepts people from all walks of life, from all over the universe as members of our religion.
Does that sound Satan enough for you?
Here’s another link that will astound you:
Wait… Jedi-ism is the SEVENTH LARGEST RELIGION IN THE UK?!?!?!
Here’s the quote:
While the group in Texas only included fifteen men and three women, The Jedi church has been growing around the world. In England it’s the seventh-largest religion with 175,000 members. There are 15,000 Jedi in the Czech republic, 9,000 in Canada and 65,000 in Australia.
Yes, I’m pretty sure that it all started as a joke… but …175 THOUSAND members is more than a joke.
I’m not saying that you shouldn’t go to this movie. What I AM saying is that you should prepare yourself to be bombarded by a Luciferian message. And please, don’t let your kids see this movie, before you’ve seen it first.
Whether I see it… or not …time will tell. It’s been a long time since I took time out to watch a movie in a theater, and I’m reluctant to drag my soul through the muck that stands for entertainment these days.
The religion of Star Wars will one day be the message of the most vile man to ever live. And, if you are truly a child of God, you will be murdered for not accepting it.
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
– Benjamin Franklin
So, please prepare!
These are some pretty good ideas. Read them. Take them to heart.
But, above all…
…PUT GOD FIRST!!
I stumbled over this website recently, and I think that you will find a lot of information of use. They also appear to be a site that will allow you to network with other preppers.
Please understand that you cannot do this alone. You MUST connect with others. You MUST have a community that you can trust.
This is a pretty good list of preparation and news websites. However, there are some that mix good news with pure poison.
Anti-semitism is deadly, and it is an infection that is spreading like wildfire through the alternative media. Some of it is just foolish. Most of it is sick, twisted and evil. Don’t get caught by it.
I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
(That’s a link. Click it for a discussion on preparation.)
A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished. – Proverbs 22:3
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