Tuesday, March 8, 2011

"We hope to prove our point that the division between "Good" and "Evil" started before this world began and was transferred here by the Devil we Christians call Satan." William Guy Carr (1895-1959)

 The human race is divided into two main camps as far as religion is concerned. Those in one camp believe in the existence of a God. Those in the other camp deny the existence of a Supreme Being of any kind.[1] Belief in the existence of
 God automatically includes belief in supernaturally Good [God] and Evil [Devil] Spirits which can influence men’s minds for Good or Evil purposes.[2]

Atheists, on the other hand, do not believe in the existence of Supernatural Beings. They argue that God has never been proved to exist. Most atheists base their beliefs on the principle that there is only one reality – MATTER – That the blind forces of MATTER (sometimes referred to as ENERGY) evolve into vegetable, animal and man. They deny the existence of a soul, and the possibility of life, in another world, after the death of our mortal bodies.[3]

Being fully aware of my limitations, I am frank to admit that since I published Pawns in the Game (1955) and Red Fog Over America (1957)…I have learned a great deal more about the World Revolutionary Movement (W.R.M.) and its relationship to the existence of the continuing Luciferian conspiracy directed against God and man by those who comprise the Synagogue of Satan (S.O.S.) on this earth than I knew before I published them…the struggle being directed by Lucifer to cause human beings to defect from God…[4]

How you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How you are cut down to the ground – mighty though you were against the nations of the world. For you said to yourself, I will ascend to heaven and rule the angels. I will take the highest throne. I will preside on the Mount of Assembly far away in the north. I will climb to the highest heavens and be like the Most High.[5]

The wicked man conceives an evil plot, labors with its dark details, and brings to birth his treachery and lies. . .[6]

Sin lurks deep in the hearts of the wicked, forever urging them onto evil deeds. They have no fear of God to hold them back. Instead, in their conceit, they think they can hide their evil deeds and not get caught. Everything they say is crooked and deceitful; they are no longer wise and good. They lie awake at night to hatch their evil plots. . .[7]

Evil men spy on the godly, waiting for an excuse to accuse them and then demanding their death.[8]

LORD, listen to my complaint: Oh, preserve my life from the conspiracy of these wicked men, these gangs of criminals. They cut me down with sharpened tongues; they aim their bitter words like arrows straight at my heart. They shoot from ambush at the innocent. Suddenly the deed is done, yet they are not afraid. They encourage each other to do evil. They meet in secret to set their traps. “He will never notice them here,” they say. They keep a sharp lookout for opportunities of crime. They spend long hours with all their endless evil thoughts and plans.[9]

For the wicked shall not rule the godly, lest the godly be forced to do wrong.[10]

Because wars and revolutions forced upon the masses (Goyim) are the means by which the Synagogue of Satan intend to make those, they plot to subjugate, destroy their own forms of governments and religions so they can be enslaved under a Luciferian dictatorship. obviously the only way to prevent them carrying out this diabolical plan through to its logical conclusion is to refuse to become involved in any more wars and revolutions under any circumstances. This would require individuals to practice passive resistance to authorities who would force them into war.[11]

I once held all conscientious objectors in contempt. I considered them cowards, traitors to their country, people who failed to appreciate the benefits citizenship gave them. But I realize now, after studying the Luciferian conspiracy from all angles, what God really meant when He gave us the command “thou shalt not kill.” He didn’t qualify this command by saying killing on a mass scale, i.e., wars and revolutions, can be justified.[12]


[1] William Guy Carr, Pawns in the Game, 1955; p. 1.
[2] Ibid; p.3.
[3] Ibid.
[4] William Guy Carr, Satan, Prince of This World, 1959; p.6.
[5] Isaiah 14: 12-14;The Way: The Living Bible; Tyndale House Publishers, 1971.
[6] Ibid; Psalm 7:14
[7] Ibid; Psalm 36:1-4
[8] Ibid; Psalm 37:32
[9] Ibid; Psalm 64:1-6
[10] Ibid; Psalm 125:3
[11] William Guy Carr, Satan, Prince of This World, 1959; p.7.
[12] Ibid.

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