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January 11, 2008

Megiddo II: The New Age

Is the New Age really new? Or does it represent the ancient doctrine taught by the serpent to Eve in the Garden of Eden? The answer will startle and amaze you as you learn the influence of the serpent's teaching through the spiritual explosion of occult activity in the 19th and 20th centuries.
































































































































































































































The above headline tops the Jerusalem Post’s Friday, January 11, 2008 online edition.  MSNBC reported the same story saying that Bush: “called for the end of the ‘occupation’ of Arab land by the Israeli military.”

The president seems to know as much about history as he does about God.  He’s painfully confused the land of Joshua, David, and Jesus, with that of the Muslim “gentiles” who have trodden that land underfoot for centuries. But this should not be surprising since he’s confused Allah (the moon god who insists he has no son) with Yahweh, who sent His Son into the world to die for the sins of men. The impetus for all this, is Bush’s plan for a peace agreement in line with his “road map to peace. ”

“Bush stressed that a final agreement would not be
implemented until both sides fulfilled their road map
obligations.”  -- Jerusalem Post

President George Bush has what can only be called an insane plan for Israel, to somehow or other live “peaceably” next to a people who are committed to their total destruction. Despite this, the Jerusalem Post refers to him as “the best ally Israel ever had in Oval Office.”  On this same page is a caption that reads: “The US president’s global agenda.” 

In the article below, the Jerusalem Post writes of Bush’s desire to have a peace agreement between Israel and a Palestinian State by the end of this year.  Critics argue that Bush himself has been the most “destabilizing” influence in the Middle East, and that he is attempting to finish his administration on a positive note – for the history books.  If only he knew Bible prophecy, he might view this situation differently.

Zechariah 12:2 foretells of the “siege” against the Jewish people (and Jerusalem) during the last days, one that will eventually take on a global proportion and lead the world to Armageddon. Meanwhile, Psalm 83 speaks of the Arab ambition to destroy the Jewish people, “that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance.”  

To read the full article from the Jerusalem Post, click here

To read the article from MSNBC, click here.

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem … Because
of the house of the Lord our God, I will seek
thy good.” (Psalm 122:6, 9)



We received a call from a friend recently who sent us a copy of the American flag used by Hillary Clinton in her recent campaign and victory in the New Hampshire primary. 

hillary flag








Take a careful look at the image above, and notice the stars on the flag.  You can see that the stars on the blue background are inverted (upside down) with two points up, one down. 

In the occult, this is a common symbol for black magic, said to be called the “Goats Head of Mendes” or the “witch’s foot” or “footprint of the devil”  – as we point out in Riddles in Stone, where we explain the possible significance of the inverted pentagram in the street layout of Washington D.C.  But is this just a coincidence with Hillary?

Compare Hillary’s flag with the image on the left of an American flag behind Barack Obama, where the stars are clearly upright (as it is with every other American flag). 

Before writing this off as a “conspiracy theory,” ask yourself the question: Why would anyone make an American flag with upside down stars on it? 

As you ponder that, also consider the positioning of American flags on the uniforms of American soldiers since the Iraq war began. The flags have been turned backwards, something that is supposed to be against the law (see picture below). 

I first noticed this when in Washington D.C. While there, I actually stopped by the office of the American Legion, and spoke to a representative, who was well aware of the issue.  He told me that the American Legion had filed an official complaint with the military because of the reversed flags.  According to him, the military claimed it was simply an “oversight,” but refused to correct it. 

In his documentary, They Sold Their Souls for Rock & Roll, Pastor Joe Schimmel points out that Satanist, Aleister Crowley would teach his disciples to do things backwards, presumably to invoke power from the devil.  Thus, they would walk backwards, talk backwards, write backwards, etc.  This is why many musicians employed backward messaging in their albums.  Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan performs its “Black Mass” by reciting Christian prayers backwards, symbolizing the rebellion of Lucifer against God.  Could it all just be a coincidence?

Someone suggested Hillary's flag might be a fake, but check out Hillary’s own website. Scroll down to the series of pictures from New Hampshire, where Hillary is shown speaking before the crowd.  The American flag shown on her left has the inverted stars on it, while the flag directly behind her has upright stars on it.  It should be interesting to see how the upcoming election comes out.



As if the unprovable claims of evolutionists were not bad enough, now a Darwinian author speaking against presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee has said that if America were to elect a president who did not accept the principles of evolution, she would be “doomed.”  This is supposedly because the idea of “Creation science” is irrational.

As we have argued elsewhere, the word “science” means knowledge obtained through observation.  Nobody has ever observed the principles put forth in the evolutionary theory.  The idea that the universe began with all matter condensed into a tiny black dot the size of a period, which then blew up and made everything -- has no support whatsoever.  Furthermore, the arguments for how life then "evolved" have been disproven by the principles set forth by Darwin himself -- something we document in Megiddo II. The evolution theory is ridiculous and is as far removed from true science as can be imagined. 

For us, as Christians, the answer is plain: “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1)  Not only in the book of Genesis, but throughout the whole Bible, God repeatedly asserts His authorship over the creation.  Here are a few verses from the book of Isaiah: “… the Lord that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it … God … created the heavens and stretched them out; he that spread forth the earth, and that which cometh out of it … I the Lord have created it … I have made the earth, and created man upon it: I, even my hands have stretched out the heavens …” (Isaiah 45:18, 42:5, 45:8,12) Even when we get to the last book of the Bible, in Revelation we find:

“And the angel which I saw … lifted up his hand to heaven, and
sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven,
and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that
therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein …”
(Revelation 10:5-6)

This is the same God who was “manifest in the flesh” two thousand years ago, to redeem us of our sins; which is why the apostle wrote:

“In the beginning was the Word … and the Word was God ….
All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing
made that was made.” (John 1:1,3)

Consider what John is saying: nothing was made without Christ who is God.  Nothing happened accidentally, or by some chance explosion or happenstance of unforeseen events.  To reflect on the importance of the creation as it relates to our understanding of who Jesus is, consider what Paul writes to the Colossians:

“For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that
are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or
dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created
by him and for him.” (Colossians 1:16)

All things were created by the Lord Jesus Christ, and for the Lord Jesus Christ (including you and I).  The creation vs. evolution debate is a central part of end time prophecy, and is foretold in 2 Peter chapter 3, which begins by warning of those scoffers who come walking after their own lusts, who question the promise of our Lord’s return.  Peter then tells us that they are “willfully ignorant” of the Flood of Noah.  In reality, the fossil evidence that modern “science” claims as proof of evolution, actually confirms the Biblical flood.  What the Darwinist has done is turn truth upside down in favor of a willful delusion. 

Those who are denying the Great Flood are not only rejecting the Biblical testimony but the repeated witness of ancient civilizations. Depending on who you ask, flood stories number somewhere between 300 to 600 among various cultures throughout the world. 

To read the full article on how a Creationist president might “doom” our country, click here.

If you are interested in DVDs that tackle the evolution debate, check out the Creation vs. Evolution page under our product categories. 


As many are aware, Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama are in a current struggle to obtain the Democratic nomination for president.  While many tactics have been employed by the Clinton camp, they are now turning to the issue of abortion.  Hillary argues that she is more for abortion than Obama. Meanwhile Planned Parenthood defends Obama as a “leader and defender” of abortion rights for many years. 

In the past, we have documented how Obama and his wife have used the issue of partial birth abortion to raise money for their political ambitions.  Obama has even gone so far as to support “live birth abortion” which is where children are pulled all the way out of the mother’s womb, and then put on a table where they are left to die.  To read the past article on this, written by Jill Stanek, click here.

Given the history of Bill Clinton’s presidency (where partial birth abortion was first signed into law) if either candidate is elected, it will most likely spark an engine of slaughter in our country the likes of which we have never yet seen.  All that to say, it is truly deplorable that Hillary would use the killing of unborn or partly born children to promote herself to the American people. To read the full article from Lifesite click here.

To read another article on this issue from Jill Stanek, click here.


The sad issue of child rape will be the subject of our upcoming documentary, “The Kinsey Syndrome.”  It is an agonizing issue, and often thought to be the most heinous of crimes outside of murder.  In the Bible, rape is an offense punishable by death (Deut. 22:25-26) in some circumstances.  In what the National Research Council called the “Pre-Kinsey era,” of the United States, rape was traditionally punishable by either the death penalty or life in prison.  With the rise of violent sex crimes against children, some states are reconsidering that viewpoint.  The following article concerns a man convicted of raping a child in the state of Louisiana, who was sentenced to death by both local and state courts.  The case is now to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, whose decision will undoubtedly have a dramatic impact on such cases in the future. To read the full article, click here.


A little bit at a time, members of mass media have been speaking out about the coming North American Union, the joining of the United States, Canada and Mexico.  Some, like CNN’s Lou Dobbs have called it the work of elitists; others like Glenn Beck, have argued that this is the real reason the Bush Administration has done nothing about the Mexican border. 

We admit, that what will happen with the NAU is still speculation.  Nevertheless, we have a “sure word of prophecy” which tells us that, one way or another, the nations will come together in world government that the words of God may be fulfilled (Rev. 17:17). 

To read the WND article on the NAU, and their list of other under-reported stories of 2007, click here.


Pope Benedict XVI has warned the world about the dangers of the devil, and now,
to combat evil, is commissioning excorcists to cast out Satan wherever they find him. But as Jesus said, “How can Satan cast out Satan?” (Mark 3:23)  Can a religious system that combines pagan practices with a veneer of Christianity really confront the powers of evil?  For centuries, Christians have believed the Roman Church to be the fulfillment of Mystery Babylon the Great prophesied in Revelation 17:5. Consider this scripture:

“… Babylon the Great is fallen, is fallen, and is
become the habitation of devils, and the hold of
every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and
hateful bird.” (Rev. 18:2)

If the devils live in Rome, how will Rome get rid of them – except they repent and believe the true Gospel? 

All the ritualism employed by Catholic priests to get rid of demons was dramatically captured in the now famous film, The Exorcist.  In fact, the article below states that in Catholicism: “The rite of exorcism involves a series of gestures and prayers to invoke the power of God and stop the ‘demon’ influencing its victim.” When one compares these things to the scriptures, however, a remarkable difference shines forth.  Those who cast out demons in the Bible did so by the name of Jesus Christ only:

“… a certain damsel possessed with a spirit of divination …. But Paul,
being grieved, turned and said to the spirit, I command thee in the name
of Jesus Christ to come out of her.  And he came out the same hour.”
(Acts 16:18)

In the Bible, there were no rituals or ceremonies, no holy water, no priestly vestments, no crucifixes, etc.  Those things amount to a kind of witchcraft, which will certainly not remove a devil.  If anything, it might be likened to throwing gasoline into an already burning fire. 

Furthermore, a film like The Exorcist – while frightening to many – would
not have built up a person’s faith in Jesus Christ.  In the film, the exorcist priest (played by Max von Sydow) shouts, “The power of Christ compels you!” when speaking to the demon.  Of course, the demon doesn’t come out. This sends a message that the name of Jesus Christ is powerless when confronting the devil.  If one does a search on the internet today, you will find many websites that make use of that phrase, mocking the idea that “Christ” has the power to compel anyone, which is shameful and untrue.      

For Christians who believe God according to His Word, we can be confident that “at the name of Jesus, every knee shall bow” including the knees of Satan and his demons.  And if we are confronted with those who are possessed by spirits, let us command them to come out “in the name of  Jesus Christ” with all faith and confidence in our Lord. To read the full article on the papal exorcists, click here.



CJP Preface Commentary:

Christians for centuries have debated 1 John 5:16 which reads:
“If any man see his brother sin a sin which is not unto death, he
shall ask, and he shall give him life for them that sin not unto
death.  There is a sin unto death: I do not say that he shall pray
for it.”

Several questions strike the heart and mind when a believer comes across this passage.  First, is the death spoken of by John spiritual or physical?  The problems become obvious when one attempts to assign this passage to spiritual death.  The whole weight of the Gospel message begins with the warning of God that man would perish because of sin (Genesis 2:17).  It was not a special sin that slew Adam (who was made “a living soul”), and it was not the repetition of sin. God confirms through the scriptures that one sin is enough to slay the souls of men:

“Behold, all souls are mine … the soul that sins, it
shall die.” (Ezekiel 18:4)

But which sin?  Is there a particular sin that kills the soul, and other sins that will not?  This has certainly been the teaching of Roman Catholicism, that divides sin into categories by name, teaching that some sins are deadly and other sins are not.  But in the Bible, God divides sin in only this manner: sins that are done in ignorance,  and sins of presumption. 

“And if any soul sin through ignorance … the priest
shall make an atonement for the soul that sins ignorantly
… and it shall be forgiven him.  Ye shall have one
law for him that sins through ignorance … But the soul
that doeth ought (i.e. any thing) presumptuously … he
hath despised the word of the Lord, and hath broken
his commandment, that soul shall be utterly cut off …”
(Numbers 15:27-31, emphasis added)

The sin of presumption is the willful violation of any known commandment of God. According to God, it can apply to “any thing.”  The example next given (in the book of Numbers) of a presumptuous sin, is that of a man who “gathered sticks” on the Sabbath day (Num. 15:32-36). God commanded that the man be put to death.

If eating fruit (i.e. Adam) and gathering sticks are the standards for disobedience, there can be hardly any sin a man could knowingly commit that would not utterly cut off his soul, according to the scriptures.  As Jesus said, “Whosoever, therefore, shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 5:19). And again we read that “whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.” (James 2:10)

The only sin that would not kill the soul, therefore, would be a sin done in ignorance.  According to God, the sin does not have to be lying, stealing, adultery or murder.  Any sin will do.  This understanding is why the apostle Paul insisted that we are saved only by the grace and mercy of God, through faith in Christ alone (Eph. 2:8-9, Tit. 3:5, 2Tim. 1:9).  It is why he cried out, “O wretched man that I am!” and looked forward to the redemption of our sinful flesh at the Resurrection (Romans 7:24, 8:23).

The sin in question, then, is more likely to be a reference to physical death, for which there are many examples in the scriptures.  This seems to be, at least in part, the conclusion of the great 19th century minister, John Wesley.  Forward by him.


IV. But I ask, first, What is the sin unto death? 'And, secondly,
What is the death which is annexed to it ?

1. And, first, What is the sin unto death ? It is now many years since,
being among a people the most experienced in the things of God of any
I had ever seen, I asked some of them, What do you understand by
the " sin unto death," mentioned in the first epistle of St. John 1 They
answered, "If any one is sick among us, he sends for the elders of the
church ; and they pray over him, and the prayer of faith saves the sick,
and the Lord raises him up. And if he hath committed sins, which
God was punishing by that sickness, they are forgiven him. But sometimes
none of us can pray that God would raise him up. And we are
constrained to tell him, We are afraid that you have sinned "a sin
unto death;" a sin which God has determined to punish with death ; *
e cannot pray for your recovery. And we have never yet known an
instance of such a person recovering."

2.1 I see no absurdity at all in this interpretation of the word. It seems
to be one meaning (at least) of the expression, " a sin unto death ;" a
sin which God is determined to punish by the death of the sinner. If,
therefore, you have sinned a sin of this kind, and your sin has overtaken
you; if God is chastising you by some severe disease, it will not
avail to pray for your life; you are irrevocably sentenced to die. But,
observe! this has no reference to eternal death. It does by no means
imply that you are condemned to die the second death. No; it rather
implies the contrary: the body is destroyed, that the soul may escape
destruction. I have, myself, during a course of many years, seen
numerous instances of this.

I have known many sinners, (chiefly notorious backsliders from high
degrees of holiness: and such as had given great occasion to the enemies
of religion to blaspheme,) whom God has cut short in the midst of their
journey; yea, before they had lived out half their days. These, I apprehend,
had sinned "a sin unto death;" in consequence of which they were cut
off, sometimes more swiftly, sometimes more slowly, by an unexpected
stroke. But in most of these cases, it has been observed, that "mercy
rejoiced over judgment." And the persons themselves were fully convinced
of the goodness as well as justice of God. They acknowledged that he
destroyed the body, in order to save the soul. Before they went hence,
he healed their backsliding. So they died, that they might live for ever.

3. A very remarkable instance of this occurred many years ago. A
young collier in Kingswood, near Bristol, was an eminent sinner, and
afterwards an eminent saint. But by little and little, he renewed his
acquaintance with his old companions, who by degrees wrought upon
him, till he dropped all his religion, and was two fold more a child of
hell than before. One day he was working in the pit with a serious
young man, who suddenly stopped and cried out, " Oh Tommy, what a
man was you once! How did your words and example provoke many to
love and to good works! And what are you now? What would become
of you, if you were to die as you are?" "Nay, God forbid," said
Thomas, "for then I should fall into hell headlong! Oh let us cry to
God!" They did so for a considerable time, first the one, and then the
other. They called upon God with strong cries and tears, wrestling
with him in mighty prayer. After some time, Thomas broke out, "Now

I know God hath healed my backsliding. I know again, that
my Redeemer liveth, and that he hath washed me from my sins with
his own blood. I am willing to go to him." Instantly part of the pit
caved in, and crushed him to death in a moment. Whoever thou art
that hast sinned "a sin unto death," lay this to heart! It may be
God will require thy soul of thee in an hour when thou lookest not for
it! But if he doth, there is mercy in the midst of judgment: thou
shalt not die eternally.”

"O Timothy, keep that which is committed to
thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings,
and oppositions of science falsely so called:
Which some professing have erred concerning
the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen."
-- 1 Tim. 6:20-21

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