John T. Willis Women Highland Church The LOCUSTSOctober 7 2013 at 6:30 PM
|Ken Sublett (Login Ken.Sublett)|
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John T. Willis is the Old Testament guru at ACU and an elder at Highland Church:he says that they have been at it since 1950 about the time that massive discord was sown over the Herald of Truth (not).
You will remember Brandon Scott Tomas and the Zoe Group. He is now the Minister of Holy Theater at Highland Church of Christ. The frogs were preboiled by Mike cope for about 20 years before they quit jumping out.
From long ago when he helped lead Otter Creek into Instrumental Music. ACappella is really the small group of castrated singers who replaced the FALSETTOS where the organ was never used in the official mass.
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|October 7 2013, 7:22 PM |
Ken, I guess the Shroom
crop at "The Farm" was really potent this summer due to all the rain we received. Hang in there Bro!
|October 7 2013, 9:38 PM |
I don't know what they grow these days: I have some of all kinds but I am not brave to give it a try.
Did I tell you that Judas war really Judas Sicaarri? Continuing for several centuries they were called Hashish Men. A man supplied the assassins with wine, women and hashish and then sent them out to assassinate an enemy.
Very cute: they were called dagger men: they mingled in a crowd slipped the dagger into the hit and they yelled Help! Murder, this man has been stabbed to death.
The Judas bag was for carrying the mouthpieces of a wind instrument. It was always attached to a flute case. That is why SOP is used only once to signal the devil to enter into Judas so he would self-destruct having failed the "master." SOP and PSALLO have the same root meaning. Isn't that really cute.
When these delusional churches start snake handling I intend to supply both rattlers and copperheads. And I am certain that I have lots of fungi and maybe some toads to suck.
|October 9 2013, 4:12 PM |
Re: John T. Willis Women in Ministry Highland Church
|October 18 2013, 6:22 PM |
Brandon Scott Thomas who let Otter Creek into "worship teams" flowing naturally to "Instrumental rituals" is father-mother of the ZOE Group. We have noted that the story of Eve is not pretty if you read Paul and she was-is worshipped as Mary the mother of god and the beasts. Zoe is also LUCIFER and VENUS bringing effeminate love making into a musical performance. Thomas didn't make it to Broadway but he did help seduce enough congregation that Highland (the Old Herald of Truth Discorder) did hire him for their PLAN to go instrumental. They have sucked up the Central Church in abilene for their Grace Fellowship Church as a CAMPUS or daughter of the Mother church. It is always oencouraging that God's prophecies are brought about by people who BOAST that they are the end-timers.
Of the Locusts (known as the Muses in the Greek Literature):
They sounded like horses prepared for Battle which they love to call Worship Wars.
Re: John T. Willis Women in Ministry Highland Church
|October 18 2013, 10:08 PM |
Jesus doesn't speak to the Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites defined as self-speakers taking pay claiming to speak for God, singers, instrument players or actors. Hypocrisy is called PRETEND WORK.
John knew what no one wants to know so that their diversion is not detected: the LOCUSTS are the MUSES who were sorcerers and known as dirty prostitutes. A prostitute sells their own words, songs or other body talents.
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Re: John T. Willis Women in Ministry Highland Church
|February 27 2017, 9:14 PM |
I watched a bit of a typical "worship" performance at Highland. They had a view zooming over great landscapes not knowing that you cannot think about God when you are looking at a landscape even if you PASTE GOD over the top.
Then a plump lady began leading the service prepping everyone for LENT.
From Bel, the 1st of May is still called Beltane in the Almanac; and we have customs still lingering at this day among us,
which prove how exactly the worship of Bel or Moloch (for both titles belonged to the same god) had been observed even in the northern parts of this island. "The late Lady Baird, of Fern Tower, in Perthshire," says a writer in "Notes and Queries," thoroughly versed in British antiquities, "told me, that every year, at Beltane (or the 1st of May), a number of men and women assemble at an ancient Druidical circle of stones on her property near Crieff. They light a fire in the centre, each person puts a bit of oat-cake in a shepherd's bonnet; they all sit down, and draw blindfold a piece from the bonnet.
One piece has been previously blackened, and whoever gets that piece has to jump through the fire in the centre of the circle, and pay a forfeit. This is, in fact, a part of the ancient worship of Baal, and the person on whom the lot fell was previously burnt as a sacrifice. Now, the passing through the fire represents that, and the payment of the forfeit redeems the victim.
If Baal was thus worshipped in Britain, it will not be difficult to believe that his consort Astarte was also adored by our ancestors, and that from Astarte, whose name in Nineveh was Ishtar, the religious solemnities of April, as now practised, are called by the name of Easter--that month, among our Pagan ancestors, having been called Easter-monath.
The festival, of which we read in Church history, under the name of Easter, in the third or fourth centuries, was quite a different festival from that now observed in the Romish Church, and at that time was not known by any such name as Easter.
It was called Pasch, or the Passover, and though not of Apostolic institution, * was very early observed by many professing Christians, in commemoration of the death and resurrection of Christ.
* Socrates, the ancient ecclesiastical historian, after a lengthened account of the different ways in which Easter was observed in different countries in his time--i.e., the fifth century--sums up in these words: "Thus much already laid down may seem a sufficient treatise to prove that the celebration of the feast of Easter began everywhere more of custom than by any commandment either of Christ or any Apostle." (Hist. Ecclesiast.) Every one knows that the name "Easter," used in our translation of Acts 12:4, refers not to any Christian festival, but to the Jewish Passover. This is one of the few places in our version where the translators show an undue bias.
That festival agreed originally with the time of the Jewish Passover, when Christ was crucified, a period which, in the days of Tertullian, at the end of the second century, was believed to have been the 23rd of March. That festival was not idolatrous, and it was preceded by no Lent. "It ought to be known," said
Cassianus, the monk of Marseilles, writing in the fifth century, and contrasting the primitive Church with the Church in his day,
"that the observance of the forty days had no existence, so long as the perfection of that primitive Church remained inviolate."
Whence, then, came this observance? The forty days' abstinence of Lent was directly borrowed from the worshippers of the Babylonian goddess.
Such a Lent of forty days, "in the spring of the year," is still observed by the Yezidis or Pagan Devil-worshippers of Koordistan, who have inherited it from their early masters, the Babylonians.
Such a Lent of forty days was held in spring by the Pagan Mexicans, for thus we read in Humboldt, where he gives account of Mexican observances: "Three days after the vernal equinox...
began a solemn fast of forty days in honour of the sun."
Such a Lent of forty days was observed in Egypt, as may be seen on consulting Wilkinson's Egyptians. This Egyptian Lent of forty days, we are informed by Landseer, in his Sabean Researches, was held expressly in commemoration of Adonis or Osiris, the great mediatorial god.
At the same time, the rape of Proserpine seems to have been commemorated, and in a similar manner; for Julius Firmicus informs us that, for "forty nights" the "wailing for Proserpine" continued; and from Arnobius we learn that the fast which the Pagans observed, called "Castus" or the "sacred" fast, was, by the Christians in his time,
believed to have been primarily in imitation of the long fast of Ceres, when for many days she determinedly refused to eat on account of her "excess of sorrow," that is, on account of the loss of her daughter Proserpine, when carried away by Pluto, the god of hell.
As the stories of Bacchus, or Adonis and Proserpine, though originally distinct, were made to join on and fit in to one another, so that Bacchus was called Liber, and his wife Ariadne, Libera (which was one of the names of Proserpine), it is highly probable that the forty days' fast of Lent was made in later times to have reference to both.
Among the Pagans this Lent seems to have been an indispensable preliminary to the great annual festival in commemoration of the death and resurrection of Tammuz, which was celebrated by alternate weeping and rejoicing, and which, in many countries, was considerably later than the Christian festival, being observed in Palestine and Assyria in June, therefore called the "month of Tammuz"; in Egypt, about the middle of May, and in Britain, some time in April.
Highland as the MOTHER of most division was dominated by a lady teaching John T. Willis about the Holy Spirit. We have to repeat that even with Phduhs, these people are not ignorant or biblically illiterate as Paul warns but they are LYING IN WAIT TO DECEIVE.
The Spirit OF Christ in Isaiah 30 proves that they will NOT be able to worship FIRE but will be CAST ALIVE INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE.
The MARK is when women and "boys" or the effeminate rule over you.
Highland Church and Mother Goddess Worship
|March 1 2017, 12:52 AM |
The Catholic Encyclopedia notes that things like candles and music were adopted from paganism because it was COMMON to all pagan cults. Continuing some background to Highland and other pagan cults who worship the Babylon and Jewish mother of harlots. Modern Pagans make the same claim: that they must be LIKE THE WORLD TO WIND THE WORLD. However, Arnobius quoted by Hislop, proves that this is the last gasp of a drying religious institution. Speaking of Phds, this is all fueled by ACU professors who could care less what Scripture says. They speak of being in the Abilene Kingdom.
To conciliate the Pagans to nominal Christianity, Rome, pursuing its usual policy,
took measures to get the Christian and Pagan festivals amalgamated, and, by a complicated but skilful adjustment of the calendar, it was found no difficult matter, in general, to get Paganism and Christianity--now far sunk in idolatry--in this as in so many other things, to shake hands.
The instrument in accomplishing this amalgamation was the abbot Dionysius the Little, to whom also we owe it, as modern chronologers have demonstrated, that the date of the Christian era, or of the birth of Christ Himself, was moved FOUR YEARS from the true time. Whether this was done through ignorance or design may be matter of question; but there seems to be no doubt of the fact, that the birth of the Lord Jesus was made full four years later than the truth. This change of the calendar in regard to Easter was attended with momentous consequences. It brought into the Church the grossest corruption and the rankest superstition in connection with the abstinence of Lent.
Let any one only read the atrocities that were commemorated during the "sacred fast" or Pagan Lent, as described by Arnobius and Clemens Alexandrinus, and surely he must blush for the Christianity of those who, with the full knowledge of all these abominations,
"went down to Egypt for help"
to stir up the languid devotion of the degenerate Church,
and who could find no more excellent way to "revive" it,
than by borrowing from so polluted a source;
the absurdities and abominations connected with which the early Christian writers had held up to scorn.
That Christians should ever think of introducing the Pagan abstinence of Lent was a sign of evil; it showed how low they had sunk, and it was also a cause of evil; it inevitably led to deeper degradation.
Originally, even in Rome, Lent, with the preceding revelries of the Carnival, was entirely unknown; and even when fasting before the Christian Pasch was held to be necessary,
it was by slow steps that, in this respect, it came to conform with the ritual of Paganism.
What may have been the period of fasting in the Roman Church before sitting of the Nicene Council does not very clearly appear, but for a considerable period after that Council, we have distinct evidence that it did not exceed three weeks. *
* GIESELER, speaking of the Eastern Church in the second century, in regard to Paschal observances, says: "In it [the Paschal festival in commemoration of the death of Christ] they [the Eastern Christians] eat unleavened bread, probably like the Jews, eight days throughout...There is no trace of a yearly festival of a resurrection among them, for this was kept every Sunday" (Catholic Church). In regard to the Western Church, at a somewhat later period--the age of Constantine--fifteen days seems to have been observed to religious exercises in connection with the Christian Paschal feast, as appears from the following extracts from Bingham, kindly furnished to me by a friend, although the period of fasting is not stated. Bingham (Origin) says: "The solemnities of Pasch [are] the week before and the week after Easter Sunday--one week of the Cross, the other of the resurrection. The ancients speak of the Passion and Resurrection Pasch as a fifteen days' solemnity. Fifteen days was enforced by law by the Empire, and commanded to the universal Church...Scaliger mentions a law of Constantine, ordering two weeks for Easter, and a vacation of all legal processes."
The words of Socrates, writing on this very subject, about AD 450, are these: "Those who inhabit the princely city of Rome fast together before Easter three weeks, excepting the Saturday and Lord's-day."
But at last, when the worship of Astarte was rising into the ascendant, steps were taken to get the whole Chaldean Lent of six weeks, or forty days, made imperative on all within the Roman empire of the West.
The way was prepared for this by a Council held at Aurelia in the time of Hormisdas, Bishop of Rome, about the year 519, which decreed that Lent should be solemnly kept before Easter. It was with the view, no doubt, of carrying out this decree that the calendar was, a few days after, readjusted by Dionysius. This decree could not be carried out all at once.
About the end of the sixth century, the first decisive attempt was made to enforce the observance of the new calendar. It was in Britain that the first attempt was made in this way; and here the attempt met with vigorous resistance. The difference, in point of time, betwixt the Christian Pasch, as observed in Britain by the native Christians, and the Pagan Easter enforced by Rome, at the time of its enforcement, was a whole month; *
and it was only by violence and bloodshed, at last, that the Festival of the Anglo-Saxon or Chaldean goddess came to supersede that which had been held in honour of Christ.
Bede in his Ecclesiastical History of the English People recorded the literal warfare even in his day.
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