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Chapter 52: The Rapture Tragedy

The book of 2 Thessalonians records, defines, and reveals what will happen. The passage cannot be separated for convenient interpretation, just as the Nephilim narrative cannot be separated from the flood narrative. The revealing of the Antichrist clearly includes the rebellion, the abomination, and the mark of the Beast. It is not the signing of the covenant. I clearly understand that my position is contentious among Christians, but this is also the point! Mainstream Christendom believes in “pre- trib” rapture,…

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Chapter 53: Adonai

The Hebrew letter d is the counterpart to the Egyptian letter t, while the Hebrew letter o is the counterpart to the Egyptian letter e, thereby establishing Adon as the Egyptian version of the god Aten. 14 Adon/Aten is said by some authors to be the same god. 15 Coincidentally, Aten, a god of monotheism, reigned supreme under Pharaoh Akenhaten, a heretical pharaoh according to the spurious religions of Egypt. 16 Akenhaten was also known in history as Amenhotep IV,…

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Chapter 54: The Jerusalem Church

The second line of slander usually attacks Jesus and segments of the New Testament accredited to Paul’s authorship, from which the Christian church takes most of its new covenant doctrine. Paul is classified as the Evil Liar or the Heretic, stemming from the Dead Sea Scrolls concerning the Essenes and the Teacher of Righteousness, described as the “Spouter of Lies” and the “Unscrupulous Liar” 13 of the early church. Paul is described as the one who corrupted the religion of…

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Chapter 55: Sex, Lies, And Fairy Tales

What is the civilization-shattering secret Rex Deus apparently protects? As Rex Deus’s theory goes, Jesus was removed from the cross still alive. Gnostics proclaim that Jesus then married Mary Magdalene, and they begat at least two children. Mary allegedly scuttled one child to France, and he settled in the area of Rennes Le Chateau, home of the Cathars, Merovingians, Essenes, Alains, Rex Deus, and Templars, the rebellious epicenter most of the heretical, investigative books mark as their start point. The…

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Chapter 56: The Knights Templar

Masonic legacies have inseparably linked themselves to far- off times, without adequate explanation, through the Knights Templar and the shadowy Priory of Sion. How were Masons and Templars linked to the deviant Gnostic Christian offshoot? How was the disingenuous Templar founding connected to the little known Masons, who predate Freemasonry? Mason enclaves were nurturing havens for refugee Gnostics and Rex Deus. Craft legends recorded Masons participating disproportionately in the Crusades 1 compared to other European aristocracy. There can be little…

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Chapter 57: The Priory Of Sion

Who and what was the ultra- secret Priory of Sion? David Hatcher Childress notes that the Sinclair clan became the Scottish guardians for the preservation of the Templar/Rex Deus/Priory of Sion/Gnostic dreams. The Scottish/Templar alliance began in 1128, when Templar founder Hugh De Payen met with King David I of Scotland (no doubt at the instigation of one of the founding Templar Knights, Henri Sinclair) after the Council of Troyes and after which St. Bernard De Clairveaux (curiously and suspiciously)…

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Chapter 58: The Sinclairs

The Saint- Claire Grandmasters of the Priory of Sion were, of course, the Sinclairs of Freemasonry and Scotland. Marie was descended from Henry De Saint- Claire, who accompanied Godefrois de Bouillon on the First Crusade. 1 Marie Sinclair married Hugh De Payan, also of Templar fame. 2 Jean De Saint- Claire, of the Sainte- Claire Sur Epte, was additionally descended from the Houses of Chaumont and Gisor, just as the De Bar family was. 3 According to Robert Lomas, the…

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Chapter 59: St. Bernarard And The Bendictine Monks

Pope Sylvester, born Gerbert d’Aurillac, known also as the Benedictine monk, was a Gnostic and heretic who encouraged and brought about great strides in science, mathematics, and architecture through his own broad- based knowledge he obtained from Arabs in Spain. 47 Pope Sylvester was famous for his knowledge of Oriental studies, the Hermetic sciences, and of course, magic. 48 Sylvester lived one hundred years before the Crusades, but he secretly hoped Europeans would one day regain Jerusalem to retake the…

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Chapter 60: The Invisible College

Templars were, indeed, a secret society, according to Craft legends, complete with a secret doctrine and a secret ceremony of initiation into their ranks, 7 like all organizations of Enochian mysticism. From surviving aristocratic Adepts, remnant Templars spawned through new secret societies many of the famous and powerful political organizations of early modern Europe. Freemasons, in fact, believe themselves to be heirs to secrets held by the Knights Templar, who created other organizations, such as Rosicrucianism and the Invisible College,…

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Chapter 61: Legends Of The Holy Grail

The Priory of Sion insists the Holy Grail is not a cup or a chalice but rather an allegory encrypted with Rex Deus secrets, 26 a Legominism. The Grail was originally identified as sangraal, meaning “holy chalice.” Gra- al is a perplexing, ancient Mesopotamian word meaning “nectar of supreme excellence” (blood), which was consumed by antediluvian gods and kings. San Greal was a premeditated perversion of sangreal, shaped as a deliberate misdirection and diabolical allegory from which Grail legends were…

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