Pre-Trib Rapture, Zio-Christianity & Project Bluebeam Deception


“The Scofield & Companion study bible’s herald the coming kingdom of the Jews (the occult Antichrist millennium) in which God’s Chosen people shall reign over all the earth. Scofield was a longtime fraud paid for by the Zionist Jews who are simply a tentacle of the Roman harlot…” – Timothy Campbell

You know the imagery– millions of Christians around the world have spontaneously disappeared – where did they go?

Some say aliens, others terrorists. Now airplanes are plummeting to destruction, trains derailing, cars crashing, nuclear power plants are melting down and dumbfounded people staggering around in confusion looking for their children… who unleashed this insanity on mankind?

Hey, is that Granma’s prosthetic limb?

My brother, who is an atheist, and I were watching TBN a while back and happened upon these images from Kirk Cameron’s blockbuster film, Left Behind. There was no shortage of side-splitting laughs.

I felt bad because the net effect of this piece only caused him to blaspheme and ridicule the bible and Christianity.

The false ideas put forward in most movies and books pertaining to end-times Biblical prophecy appear to most as sheer unadulterated religious stupidity but to the majority of protestant Christians, particularly in America, they are both real and imminent.

Illuminist propaganda concerning the return of Jesus Christ occupies a central part in a vast structure of deception that will govern Christian minds when Satan’s final hour comes to test the world…

C.I. Scofield’s Dispensationalism provides the theological framework for the Christian Zionist movement. Christian Zionism is an important subset of the Christian Dominionist movement, all of which is also being co-opted by Illuminists in the latter times of this age.

These Christians are the ultimate useful idiots and they stand in immenent danger of worshipping the beast and recieving the mark when that time comes…

I stagger to communicate what is coming to Christendom in the future – sheer destruction because of these things.

The expectation of a false rapture event will be brought to a feverish boil through massive disinformation campaigns as general distress increases over the next decade.

This madness will then be satiated through a pseudo-rapture simulation, something that will trigger the mass hysteria. We see a prototype of this in the particular elements of the Blue Beam project, put forth by Serge Monast.

This rapture event will be an attempt to bring Christians Dominionists under the control of King Zion, Lord Maitreya and/or Saint Germaine, or the man of sin.

A global false worship occult initiation rite will be used to lock Christians into a frame of reference that they won’t easily escape from, then the mark…

Scofield: Criminal, False Prophet, Charlatan & Lying Fraud

The Scofield Bible heralds the coming kingdom of the Jews in which God’s Chosen People shall reign over all the earth. Scofield, a notorious criminal who popularized dispensational theology, is revered by many Christian evangelicals.  Everywhere that evangelism in America goes, these lies will most surely follow. That is unfortunate, but it is by design.

While part of the Lotus Club in New York during the late 19th century, Scofield was brought under the domain of Zionists by Samuel Untermeyer, an illuminist. Untermeyer and other key Zionist’s recognized within Scofield’s theology a very powerful weapon for their cause… and it has flourished in its acceptance until this day.

Dispensational theology is a major contributor in the founding and continuance of the current Jewish state.

Untermeyer later became chairman of the Anti-Nazi league, American Jewish Committee and American League of Jewish Patriots. He blackmailed President Wilson into placing Louis Dombitz Brandeis into a vacant seat on the Supreme Court.

In 1933, on WABC, he declared war on Germany and described Jews as the aristocrats of the world.

Untermeyer brought Scofield into correspondence with many important Zionist leaders of the day like Jacob Schiff, Bernard Baruch and Samuel Gompers to name a few. They were his handlers and funders.

Dispensationalism and its attendant false ideas like the pre-tribulation rapture is probably the most pestilent propaganda being promoted today. The ultimate purpose of these teachings will lead the masses to destruction in the future through a false worship type of event.

This said, the doctrine has many more detrimental immediate consequences. Its exponents find refuge in the comfort of not having to participate in the future affairs of mankind.

This is a prime device for Rome and the destruction of Protestant Christendom in America.

Potent deceptions surround the Christian Zionist movement and Dispensationalism…

As we shall find out in the next article dealing with this, dispensational futurism was fomented by the Jesuits as just one more aspect of the Counter-Reformation’s war on Protestantism…


Get Rid of the Companion Bible, Bullinger was a False Teacher!


“For those who lived under the Law it could rightly and truly be said, ‘It shall be our righteousness, if we observe to do all these commandments before the Lord our God, as He hath commanded us’. But to those who live in this present Dispensation of Grace it is as truly declared, ‘By the deeds of the law there shall no flesh be justified in His sight’. But this is the very opposite of Deuteronomy 6:25. What, then, are we to say or to do? Which of these two statements is true and which is false? The answer is that neither is false. But both are true if we would rightly divide the Word of Truth as to its dispensational truth and teaching. Two words distinguish the two dispensations: ‘Do’ distinguished the former; ‘Done’ the latter. Then salvation depended upon what man was to do, now it depends upon what Christ has done.” – E.W. Bullinger, How to Enjoy the Bible, pg 108.

That portion of the last sentence italicized will demonstrate how Bullinger promoted a false gospel – that salvation was by works in a former dispensation. This was the same error that Darby invented and Scofield made popular.

Salvation is, was and ever shall be dependent on Jesus Christ’s shed blood and our receiving of His righteousness by faith alone. No one in any former dispensation received saving grace by the keeping of the commandments of Moses. These so-called dispensations are man made impositions upon the text that negate the word of God.

I am well acquainted with the thought E.W. Bullinger. He is a heretic. If you are relying on his study bible for insight into the meaning of the text then there is a good chance you’ve been deceived.

Murray had a lot of bad influences to inspire his false system of religion. We recently covered the immense impact of Swift and the racist identity crowd in forming Murray’s ideas but these pale in comparison to the influence 19th century hyper-dispensationalist E.W. Bullinger.

Hyper-dispensationalism was a more noxious flavor of C.I. Scofield’s dispensationalism. Bullinger himself taught a pre-trib rapture. Bullinger also taught a form of soul sleep where the person’s body, soul and spirit die at death. Add to this the demonic doctrine of annihilationism.

Here’s what Harry Ironside, a classic dispensationalist preacher had to say about Bullinger’s teaching:

I have no hesitancy in saying that its fruits are evil. It has produced a tremendous crop of heresies throughout the length and breadth of this and other lands; it has divided Christians and wrecked churches and assemblies without number; it has lifted up its votaries in intellectual and spiritual pride to an appalling extent, so that they look with supreme contempt upon Christians who do not accept their peculiar views; and in most instances where it has been long tolerated, it has absolutely throttled Gospel effort at home and sown discord on missionary fields abroad. So true are these things of this system that I have no hesitancy in saying it is an absolutely Satanic perversion of the truth.”

On the surface Bullinger seems like a brilliant and thorough theologian but let’s look a little deeper at what he was teaching…

If you’ve ever listened to Murray long enough you will hear him continually promote this overpriced study bible called the Companion Bible. His praise for this work knows no bounds. It’s within Bullinger’s notes, and appendices that we find the vipers. Not to mention many of his pamphlets which give a further clarification of his religious system.

I have studied the Companion Bible’s notes for quite some time. I know firsthand what is in it – if you have one you need to be aware that you’ve been misled. If you don’t have one, don’t waste your money on it.

Murray didn’t adopt all of Bullinger’s errors, such as the pre-tribulation rapture or soul sleep but the vast majority of it he did incorporate.

I have covered all of these issues at various points but here are a few notable false teachings of E.W. Bullinger, most of these can be seen formulated in his appendices:

* Annihilationism; that there is no eternal conscious judgment. Bullinger taught this.

* Hyper-dispensationalism; that Paul’s teaching was something very distinct from the apostles and the rest of scripture. I’m not going to get deep into this but it is a red flag that Bullinger has created a pervasive system of error. Asserts that the church began in Acts 9 and that communion, baptism and the gospels were not for the church.

* soul sleep, In Bullinger’s pamphlet The Rich Man and Lazarus Bullinger teaches that the death of spirit, soul and body take place.

* denies the personhood of the Holy Spirit, essentially non-Trinitarian but not modalist. Murray uses positions like this affirm modalism. In a recent broadcast Dennis Murray reiterated the “offices” concept of the Godhead. In other words, the Holy Spirit is not a person but merely a manifestation or power of God.

* none the four beasts of Daniel 7 are not historic but rather future world empires – Murray teaches the same thing.

* Noah’s perfection not moral, but genetic – you hear Murray talk about this all the time to prove that Genesis is about fallen angels having sex with women… Noah’s lineage was untainted by the DNA of fallen angels. Murray’s teachings about this are straight from Bullinger. This is from his Appendix 26.

* Nachash, the serpent… E.W. presents the idea that the serpent in the garden was Satan de facto; he asserts that the word for serpent means “glistening one”. Murray takes this and runs with it. Essentially, no literal serpent in the garden. Appendix 19.

* the Gap theory, Katabole – this is probably the biggest one. Bullinger provides the nuts and bolts for Murray’s katabole and elaborate ideas about pre-existence. E.W. basically tries to prove a point that everywhere the word “foundation” is used in the NT it really means the overthrow, presupposing a satanic rebellion before Adam and Eve. Bullinger taught that God created everything, destroyed it and remade it. This was a popular notion during his day. Murray takes it to another level of delusion though.

* Sons of God are the fallen angels who had sex with women – Bullinger provided Murray with the premise that angels can have sex with women and sire monstrosities. This is the reason for the flood we are told.

* Gospel is encoded in the pagan zodiac – Bullinger essentially Christianizes the pagan zodiac and tells us that the original zodiac contained the proto-evangelion and was corrupted.

* Biblical numerics – because of Bullinger’s work here biblical numbers in Murray’s teaching take on an occult significance.

There’s a lot more I’m going to add, I’m going to go back of E.W. Bullinger’s works very soon.

Eusebius, Chiliasm & Cerinthius – the Beast of Premillennialism


Premillennialism is a big lie. Probably the biggest one I will deal with here on the blog. The Lord Jesus Christ has delivered me from a lot of deceptive biblical teachings – this one takes the prize…

It sends chill down my back to say it because I know it is one of the greatest sacred cows within evangelical Christendom, and exponentially more to the Chapel…

But sacred cows make the best hamburger…

There are two basic form of premillennialism: Historic and Dispensational. The Chapel is dispensational along the same lines as Bullinger and Scofield. Due to British Isrealism, it’s version has a unique twist, as we have covered.

The Historic form was held by many within the early church but there were also a great number of Christians who believed the millennium was a present reality.

Let’s start by mentioning that premillennialism, or chiliasm was condemned by various early church council’s and lastly by the council of Ephesus in 431.

Here’s where it really gets fun. Church historian Eusebius attributes the origination of premillennialism to an arch-heretic named Cerinthius. Cerinthius was an influential gnostic around the turn of the first century. Coincidentally he emerges into the light of history around the same time Revelation was written.

Cerinthius taught that Jesus would establish a thousand-year reign of sensuous pleasure after the Second Coming but before the General Resurrection.

So we have in Cerinthius a heresiarch around the time of John that Eusebius attests to being the originator of the view of a future earthly reign of Christ…

More on this to come very soon…


Is A Gap of Time Between the 69th & 70th Week of Daniel?


And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.” – Daniel 9:27

As we have noted before, the Shepherd’s Chapel is dispensational. This is very ironic as we find that Murray rails against the system of deception in which he is in bondage. He swings at the low-hanging fruit of a pre-tribulation rapture while expanding the essential ideas of dispensationalism even further…

To recap – E.W. Bullinger lived during the emergence of a now popular system of scripture interpretation called dispensationalism. Bullinger is a very close cousin of Scofield but pioneered his own system and study bible to rival the Scofield bible. Bullinger’s form is called hyperdispensationalism, as it has the church starting later in Acts.

If you go to the Companion Bible – notice his notes for Daniel 9:26-27 will detail his position. You can read his appendix 91 here to see for yourself…

Here are Bullinger’s own words in the appendix, “THE THIRD PERIOD. The last, or the seventieth seven. This period is yet future, and awaits the same literal fulfillment as the other two periods.”

So as you can see, Bullinger makes this passage in Daniel about a future Antichrist as he splits the 70th week off into the future. This is a classic example of dispensationalism. There’s a lot more but I simply want to demonstrate that there is no gap. The 70 week prophecy is one continuous prophecy with no gaps.

Once you begin to realize this, it will help you break free from a lot of the madness within futurism, a system of biblical interpretation that was invented by Roman Jesuits and passed down to the Anglican church and then on to the evangelicals of today.

Shepherd’s Chapel though it has it’s own variety of dispensationalism it bares many of the hallmarks, including the gap between the 69th and 70th week. In Murray system, the 70th week commences at the 6th trumpet and lasts a period of 5 months. 7 years is truncated to 5 months based on Jesus words… 

And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.” – Matthew 24:22

The 1260 days, 42 months and time, times and half of time (the great tribulation) is shortened to just 2.5 months.

The reality is this: dispensationalism completely distorts the meaning of prophecy when it adds this gap in time.

In the prophecy of the 70 weeks, Jesus the Messiah is the context throughout. During his earthly ministry he confirmed the covenant (the new covenant) with many, performing miracles, proclaiming the kingdom and forgiving sins. In the midst of the week he was cut-off in crucifixion thus bringing an end to the sacrificial system. He said, “it is finished” when He died and thereby ratified the new covenant…

The old covenant worship system continued on in form until it became a blasphemous caricature of worship and a stumbling block to all – it was swept away in judgment by the Romans a generation after the crucifixion of Christ…

That said, there remains a period of time after Christ’s death – the last half of the 70th week… I will address some issues on how to interpret this in an upcoming post.

Why Do You Call Shepherd’s Chapel a Cult?


During my time working with this blog there has been an immense hue and cry from Shepherd’s Chapel students. Many say to me, “Why do you call them a cult? I would call Jamestown and Jim Jones a cult. Murray always encourages his students to think for themselves… I wouldn’t consider that a cult!”

Point well taken. The term “cult” is a “culturally charged” word with strong negative connotations. Nobody wants to be a brainwashed drone with no mind of their own, right? Murray knows this, that’s why he encourages them to study and think for themselves.

So when I use the word to refer to this ministry I realize that it will be perceived as inflammatory. But I think the terminology fits perfectly…

I would also like to add in their favor Shepherd’s Chapel is not a cult in the typical sense… here’s how Webster defines “cult”:


  • a small religious group that is not part of a larger and more accepted religion and that has beliefs regarded by many people as extreme or dangerous…
  • a situation in which people admire and care about something or someone very much or too much…
  • a small group of very devoted supporters or fans…

Lately I have really been keying in on how Murray teaches that there are essentially TWO bodies of Christ, the “elect” and the “free will” church… the following video segment from the Chapel’s teaching, “Elect” demonstrates perfectly why I call them a cult. It starts around 25 minutes, but listen to what he says in 25:21 – if this doesn’t make alarm bells go off you need to change the batteries in your smoke detector!

So you see what he is saying, right? That there is, “the Elect” whom he calls the “Church” – this really means “Murray’s elect” something that he fabricated… it is naked heresy pure and simple. Then there are those poor saps who are the Church of Christ whom he calls the “free will” church because they are going to worship the beast.

Essentially two churches… there is division built into this thing.

The bible doesn’t teach that there are two bodies of Christ… HE’S PEDDLING SPIRITUAL ELITISM AND PEOPLE ARE DRINKING IT UP LIKE WATER!

“For Christ himself has brought peace to us. He united Jews and Gentiles into one people when, in his own body on the cross, he broke down the wall of hostility that separated us.” – Ephesians 2:14

Let me explain this to you – because of dispensationalism Murray teaches a division in the body Christ. He learned this from Bullinger and Scofield. They maintain that the church and Israel are radically distinct and God has seperate plans and purposes for them.

BECAUSE of British Israelism (they believe that THEY are the Hebrews), the Chapel inserts themselves into the place of Israel and upholds the division of dispensationalism… DO YOU SEE THAT?

I would say this is a picture perfect definition of a cult, with the heresies to boot!