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Sunday, November 20, 2022

Zion vs the Beast IV: The Atlantean Leviathan

 Previously: Daniel's Little Horn

Have you ever had a dream within a dream, only to wake up to the realization that you’re still dreaming? Hearing a distance voice softly echoing, growing louder and louder until it’s screaming in your ear the words: wake up! The abyss we’re about to descend into is a rabbit hole within a rabbit hole, a circle within a concentric circle, a journey into the upside down. 

If you've read Part II and Part III of this series, you'll know that we have identified Scarlet/Mystery Babylon as English Freemasonry and the Beast as its creation: French Freemasonry. We don't know all the details of what this last-days Beast will look like, but scripture and history have given us many clues to look for as the time draws nearer for this leviathan to "rise up of the sea" as Saint John saw in vision. In this post, we will nail down the philosophical legend that matches perfectly with John's description of this allegorical Beast. But first, a background on how Freemasonry, and its mother, Mystery Babylon, have viewed this promised-land of America is necessary to give you the deep philosophical context behind their "secret plans" for this great land. 

The Secret Destiny of America

Manly P. Hall, one of the most famous 33rd Degree Freemasons that has ever lived, has written much on the esoteric teachings of the mystery schools. In my opinion, he is the Carroll Quigley of Freemasonry, an ideologue who truly believed that what the highest levels of Freemasonry espouse will bring about a "better" world. His writings are laden with the mystic myths and esoteric legends of myriads of ancient cultures and peoples.  And I must say, this man, who passed away in 1990, has contributed copiously to the exposure of the "mysteries" and the "secret doctrine" of what these insiders believe, the very "secret plans" of the ancient Gadiantons. Ironically, without his unwitting scholarship, we would not know as much about Lucifer's plan to enslave the world prior to Christ's return. Hall has written volumes of literature, but the books I will focus on in this post, are The Secret Destiny of America, published in 1944, and America's Assignment With Destiny, published in 1951. 

Drawing on the work of Spyros Cateras, who wrote a book called Christopher Columbus Was A Greek in 1937, Hall asserts that Christopher Columbus was not the humble Spaniard we've all been led to believe. His real name was Prince Nikolaos Ypsilantis, and he hailed from the Greek island of Chios. He sailed not from Italy or Spain, but from the Greek port of Mahon. He was heavily influenced by Plato and his writings about the lost empire of Atlantis, and in addition to looking for a better trade route to the Orient, he could've been inspired by other Greek mariners who "navigated the Atlantic ocean in ancient times." Cateras, author of the book mentioned above, believes that the Greeks discovered the Americas centuries before the Spaniards, and reveals that "the language of the ancient Mayas of the American continent contains many words of pure Greek belonging to the Homeric period." Hall surmises that Columbus already knew about the Americas through hidden Greek history, and hints that he was either a mystery school initiate or closely working with an agent (a mysterious man who counseled Columbus on his first voyage) who was. 

Hall heaps praise upon Columbus, as if he were some shining light, born out of the Renaissance, contributing to the "mental emancipation of man from the tyranny of ignorance, superstition, and fear" (notice those three words are how the mystery schools label the church, the state, and the mob, I wrote about that here). But Columbus was not the benign, good-intentioned explorer we were all taught about in school. The man was a downright tyrant, who allowed his men to plunder, murder, and rape the native inhabitants of the West Indies where they landed. Like other ambitious men, he was plagued by greed and the desire for power and authority. Adrian Larsen, on his blog To The Remnant, has written a fascinating article on this very subject. He destroys the paradigm that many LDS people have of Columbus; that he was the Gentile that Nephi saw the Spirit wrought upon to cross the many waters, a paradigm I used to believe in myself. The article is the first in a series of posts called Destruction, and is titled, A Man Among the Gentiles

It has been since the discovery of the Americas that both the Rosicrucians and the Templars began to be interested in the Americas for the new location of their Atlantean utopia. According to the different cultural legends of Atlantis, it was situated somewhere in the Atlantic ocean, west of the straights of Gibraltar, which the Greeks called the Pillars of Hercules. The pillars were the gateway, so to speak, to what was considered a better world; perfect in philosophy, science, morality, equality, and governance. In the Grecian dialogue known as the Critias, Plato tells the tale of the lost Atlantean continent, along with the details of its governmental structure and geopolitics. Plato's account is the most detailed we have, but the myths and legends of various cultures, both primitive and civilized, also tell a ubiquitous story of a great civilization destroyed by a flood. Some of these cultures tell stories of serpent-gods who, emerging out of the sea, dwelled with their ancestors for a time teaching and instructing "them in agriculture, architecture, medicine, science, language, religion, and statesmanship" (Secret Destiny, p. 63). One such culture was the ancient Mayan civilization, and the god who appeared to them was Quetzalcoatl. 

As Hall tells it, Quetzalcoatl was "a mysterious old man who came out of the sea riding on a raft of serpents." To him, the "Mayas owed their cultural superiority." He was said to have come from the east, an allusion to sun-worship, and "carried with him the symbol of the cross," an allusion to zodiacal astrology. His name has two meanings, the first, Quetzal means "the bird of Paradise," and coatl, means "serpent," and as Hall explains: "the Serpent veiled in plumes of the paradise-bird" (See, Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages, p. 559). Quetzalcoatl is said to have dwelled with the Mayan people for some time as their "benevolent priest-king," and when he departed, he "called to his raft of serpents, and then floated away to the east, with the promise to return at a distant day to rule over his nation." 

Hall asserts that the Mayas were an advanced culture, "the highest civilization to be developed in the Americas," who formed, "the first great democratic State on a continent curiously set aside for the perfection of the dream of democracy." Hall's "dream of democracy" is ensconced in the Atlantean utopia of old, what he considers the perfect pattern of government. It is this utopia that Freemasonry wants to resurrect, philosophically raising it "out of the sea." It is this system of government that is the Satanic imitation of Zion, ruled by ten "benevolent" priest-kings, who will have total control over their subjects and geopolitical regions. According to Hall, the Mayas practiced a similar system of government, by electing priest-kings, which priesthood was "powerful," but "benevolent, given to learning, and a patron of the arts and sciences." Are you beginning to see the pattern of exalting men to the status of "benevolent" gods? This humanistic pattern is part and parcel of the Satanic imitation of men becoming gods through the intellect. I'll get into the government of Atlantis later as we match it up with the description of John's Beast. For now, let's return to Quetzalcoatl. 

There are many interesting parallels with the legend of Quetzalcoatl and Jesus. According to Hall, the "Feathered Snake" was "a kind of Messiah, who suffered, died, and arose again." Other legends of Quetzalcoatl depict him as a white-bearded god, who came anciently to the American continent as a resurrected instructing them in heavenly things. Some have made the connection that the myth of Quetzalcoatl came from the American Native's diluted accounts of Jesus visiting the Nephites, as told in the Book of Mormon. After all, it was prophesied that the Lamanites would dwindle in unbelief until the Gentiles were to take the Gospel to them. Hall also makes another point, which sounds an awful lot like the Book of Mormon teaching that prosperity is based upon the laws of Jesus Christ. Remember, the Nephites, and us, the Gentiles, are told in the Book of Mormon text that our prosperity and rights of obtaining the promised-land are directly related to our correct worship of the God of this land, Jesus Christ. Hall writes:
It is believed that the Mayas hold the world record for continued peace. They flourished as a great powerful nation for five hundred years without war with other tribes or internal strife. The high civilization attained by the Mayas was due primarily to the laws given them by Quetzalcoatl. So long as they obeyed these laws they continued to prosper. (Secret Destiny, p. 64, emphasis added)

It is not unreasonable to assume that this teaching could have made it's way to South and Central America centuries after Jesus visited the Nephites in Bountiful, which I believe was located somewhere in the Mid-western or Eastern United States (I'm a heartland model guy). Consider for instance, that Quetzalcoatl, according to ancient lore, was born of a virgin and was known as the "Divine Incarnation," and "Lord of the Winds." Hall, quoting Mendieta in his Ecclesiastical History, reveals that Quetzalcoatl was described: a white man with a strong formation of body, broad forehead, large eyes, and a flowing beard. He wore a mitre on his head, and was dressed in a long white robe reaching to his feet, and covered with the design of red crosses. In his hand he held a sickle. His habits were ascetic; he never married, and was most chaste and pure in his life, and is said to have endured penance in a neighboring mountain, not for its effect upon himself, but as an example to others... He condemned sacrifices, except of fruit or flowers, and was known as the god of peace; for when addressed on the subject of war, he is reported to have stopped his ears with his fingers. (America's Assignment, p. 12)

Sounds like Mendieta is describing a distorted version of Jesus, except for the red crosses, a definite allusion to the Rosicruscians. Even more interesting, is Hall's quotation of Lord Kingsborough, who describes Quetzalcoatl as the "morning star":

The Messiah is shadowed in the Old Testament under many types; such as those of a lion, a lamb, a roe, the morning star, (or the planet Venus, otherwise called Lucifer), the sun, light, a rock, a stone, the vine, wine, bread, water life, the way, and he is there recognized as in the triple character of a king, priest, and prophet. It is very extraordinary that Quetzalcoatl, whom the Mexicans believed equally to have been a king, a prophet, and a pontiff, should also been named by them, Ceyacatl, or the morning star. (Ibid, pp. 19-20, emphasis added)

Morning stars are described by Job as those who sang together and shouted for joy when the foundations of the earth were laid. This appellation could be attributed to both Christ and Lucifer, as well as many others of God's children who have come to this earth. Lord Kingsborough's parenthetical assertion that the morning star is synonymous with the planet Venus, which is also known as Lucifer, is most interesting in light of Isaiah's indictment of Lucifer as a "son of the morning," who desires to exalt himself "above the stars of God." Could it be that the legend of Quetzalcoatl is just another chapter of the age-old plans of Lucifer to insert himself into the position of Messiah, a title he coveted before he fell from heaven? 

Regardless, the legend of Quetzalcoatl could very well have come from Christ's visit to the Nephites, originally at least, and subsequently corrupted into the serpent-bird myth that we have today. This fits Satan's pattern of taking a truth and changing it into a half-lie that benefits him. The serpent is, after all, a symbol that he wears proudly, an emblem of his pseudo-wisdom in tempting Adam and Eve to partake of the forbidden fruit while telling them that they would "be as the gods, knowing good from evil." Ironically, their fall brought about the very circumstances that allow us the opportunity to progress in eternity. It is only here in mortality, burdened by our individual circumstances and struggles, that we can offer up the sacrifice of all worldly things. Joseph taught in the Lectures on Faith that a religion that doesn't require the sacrifice of all things cannot save us, and is not a true religion. The mystery schools however, believe the opposite, that knowledge is what saves, and that "enlightened" el-ites (a word that means a group of gods) should rule over the ignorant, i.e., the profane. This teaching, all you will see, is subtly embedded into their Atlantean utopia. 

Hall goes on to applaud the socialistic system the Mayas lived under, although he admits that because of a lack of complete historical records, we aren't aware as to the exact details of the "legal codes" taught them by Quetzalcoatl. Nevertheless, he asserts that the Mayan records contain the following details:

The Mayan nation was a collective commonwealth living under an advanced form of socialized order. They possessed all goods in common, and shared equally in the benefits of their production. They possessed no money or monetary symbol of any kind; and it has been suggested that this lack of currency was in part responsible for their five hundred years of peace... Each gave a part of his goods to maintain the State, and this contribution was employed to build public buildings, parks, schools, and places of public sport. There seems to have been no poverty, and little if any crime. No buildings have been found which suggest prisons or other places of confinement. (Secret Destiny, p. 64, emphasis added)

Notice the two phrases I bolded and italicized above. The first sounds like a description of the Nephites in Bountiful who achieved Zion for a short time, who, had all things common among them.  However, they did not have the second one, a State. In the last-days Zion, there will not be a State; there will not be an abstraction ruling over the people. Christ alone will rule, as the King of kings. The way that you can know that Hall's utopia is Satanic is that it omits Christ (who king Benjamin said was the only Head under which freedom was possible), and it adds a State, the very Beast that John's vision is warning us about. Don't look at Hall's history of the Mayas as literal history, he cites no sources for his assumptions, but rather look at it as conjecture for his philosophical ideal of "perfect" government. Remember, Satan's plan was to rule us, God's plan was for us to rule ourselves. In 4 Nephi, the short description of the "heavenly gift" included the fact that the Nephites "dealt justly with one another." Keep in mind, the text does not say that the government dealt justly for them, this was a purely individual endeavor that allowed them to live in collective harmony. 

Hall's Secret Destiny for America stems from the Satanic imitation of a promised-land based upon worshipping the true God of this land, Jesus Christ. Satan has inserted himself into the picture as an imposter-god, clothed in feathers and snake skin. Hall explains in The Secret Teachings of All Ages, that "The Red 'Children of the Sun,'" were the ancient mystery adepts of the Americas. The title of Freemason comes from the Egyptian word, Phre-Massen, which means children of the sun. I wrote about that here. According to Hall, these "red" children of the sun, students of the mystery schools of ancient America, practiced the initiatory rites set forth in the Popol Vuh, a sacred Mayan text. Hall believes that this priestly class "once ruled both Americas," which is reminiscent of the Egyptian priestly class looked upon as a divine race. Remember the stated goal of Mystery Babylon is to control, usurp, and subjugate both church and state. Here Hall is glorifying in this philosophy as if it is some kind of spiritual sacrament. He further explains where the name America came from, and I'm guessing most of you have never heard this before:

These Children of the Sun adore the Plumed Serpent, who is the messenger of the Sun. He was the God Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, Gucumatz in Quiche; and in Peru he was called Amaru. From the latter name comes our word America. Amaruca is, literally translated, "Land of the Plumed Serpent." The priests of this God of Peace, from their chief centre in the Cordilleras, once ruled both Americas. All the Red men who have remained true to the ancient religion are still under their sway. One of their strong centres was in Guatemala, and of their Order was the author of the book called Popol Vuh. In the Quiche tongue Gucumatz is the exact equivalent of Quetzalcoatl in the Nahuatl language; queztal, the bird of Paradise; coatl, serpent -- "the serpent veiled in plumes of the paradise-bird!" (Secret Teachings, p. 559, emphasis added)

Next time you're singing the patriotic song, America the Beautiful, as yourself if your singing is a tribute to this beautiful land, or to the serpent it was named after, a serpent that represents Lucifer himself. As I always say, nothing is ever as it seems. Hall's point about these priests ruling from the Cordilleras is interesting to say the least. Cordilleras is a borrowed Spanish word for mountain range, and remember that it was the Gadiantons who also had their headquarters in the mountains. As you recall, Lachoneus, the righteous Nephite governor, gathered his people together with provisions to defend themselves against a contingent of robbers, who descended upon them from the mountains:

And it came to pass that in the latter end of the eighteenth year, those armies of the robbers had prepared for battle, and began to come down, and to sally forth from the hills, and out of the mountains, and the wilderness, and their strong holds, and their secret places... (3 Nephi 2:7, RE)

The Gadianton/mountain connection gets more interesting when you consider that Isaiah equates mountains and hills with nations. Is ruling from a high/secret place in the mountains symbolic of these priestly classes having control over the nations? Recall from my last post that John saw Scarlet sitting on seven mountains, or nations, controlled by secret societies stemming back to the Round Table groups. Consider in our modern lexicon the term Deep State, used by many conservatives, libertarians, and conspiracy researchers today. The word deep, in this context, implies that you have to penetrate into many layers of political and social strata to find out who is actually ruling you. Mountains have many layers of strata, rock, and earth, and are nearly impossible for man to penetrate with his puny implements for digging and drilling. The deep interior of a massive mountain will never see the light of day unless God moves or destroys it through earthquakes or other natural disasters. Is God trying to tell us something by using mountain imagery to describe the secret works of Gadiantons, who are seeking deep to hide their councils from the Lord? Does this also correlate with the Deep State today, which is ruled by similar Gadiantons subscribing to the age-old secret plans the Devil revealed to Cain? Is it also a coincidence that the Deep State has been constructing huge underground military bases miles below the earth? These are interesting connections to ponder, and I believe that there is nothing that God included in the Book of Mormon text that should not be applied to us today. 

Getting back to Manly P. Hall, he next turns his attention to the North American Indians of the Great Lakes region. It was these Indians, under the leadership of Hiawatha, the chief of the Iroquois, that made a pact of peace between five warring tribes: the Seneca, Cayuga. Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk. This was called "The League of the Five Nations," and according to Hall, was the inspiration behind Woodrow Wilson's pipe dream of the failed League of Nations created after World War I. Hall explains that another Indian leader, Great Rabbit, a mythological legend to the Algonquins, was instrumental in upping the number of nations in the league to seven, an interesting correlation with Scarlet's seven mountains. Hall uses the pretext of the Native American's League for a typology of America's destiny to become a world commonwealth. He explains that in addition to being a defensive body, the League of seven nations was "also useful in settling inter-tribal disputes." As I will explain later, this is the same pattern of government that existed in ancient Atlantis, in its league of ten kings. Hall claims that Nostradamus prophesied of this very form of government existing in the future on world scale, with America at the helm:

It is in the larger picture of the world's future that Nostradamus indicates the coming of the great league, or assembly of world powers. This league is to be the only human hope of peace, the only solution to a competition between nations. The formation of this league begins the new life of the human race, will allow the human being at last to emerge into the estate for which he was fashioned.

Barbarism ends with the beginning of world civilization. To be civilized, according to Cicero, is to reach that state of personal and collective behavior in which men can live together harmoniously and constructively, united for the betterment of all. By this definition, we have never been civilized. We have existed in a state of cultured savagery. 

The promise of Nostradamus is especially meaningful in these difficult years; for he assures us that the commonwealth of nations is to become a reality. (Secret Destiny, p. 51) 

Think of the double-speak Hall is using here. He subtly equates the term barbarism with individualism. To him, only a world commonwealth of nations can bring about civilization. Ironically, it is governments that engage in barbarism, after all, they are the perpetrators of war, plunder, and slavery. For the most part, it is individuals who seek peace and civilization, while the State, i.e., the Beast, is the organization guilty of foisting "cultured savagery" upon its subjects. Uniting all the nations of the world under such a commonwealth, will only make the Beast bigger, stronger, and more hungry for power. Hall's Beast, the future one-world government called the New World Order, will be organized out of the raw philosophical materials that comprised the Atlantean empire, and whether that ancient empire  existed or not doesn't matter, because they (the Luciferian globalists) are working tirelessly to bring this utopia about. 

Speaking of utopia, in America's Secret Destiny Hall touches on a few famous authors who wrote about ideal societies such as Thomas More, Tommaso Campenella, Trajano Boccalini, and Johann Valentin Andreae, but settles on one man he calls "the master of all fable." This man is the infamous Sir Francis Bacon, the Rosicrucian initiate who, according to Hall, was the main editor of the first King James Bible, which, "bears more Mason's marks than the Cathedral of Strasbourg." Bacon wrote a utopia that is painfully dry and abstract to the profane reader (I know because I read it in preparation for this post, it was the longest 38 pages I've ever read), but to the adept, it is saturated with esoteric mysticism. Mysticism cloaked in the profundities of the rites of an ancient empire, one that Bacon (and his secret society) worked tirelessly to resurrect during his lifetime. 

The New Atlantis and The Great Plan

Bacon's utopia, The New Atlantis, was published posthumously in 1627, by Bacon's chaplain and closest confidant, William Rawley, who writes this in the introduction:
This fable My Lord devised, to the end that he might exhibit therein, a model or description of a college, instituted for the interpreting of nature, and the producing of great and marvelous works, for the benefit of man; under the name Solomon's house, or the college of the six days work. (Secret Destiny, p. 57-58)

According to Hall, the college of the six days work, is: 

...a thinly veiled reference to the perfection of nature through art. The six days are the days of creation by which the natural world was brought into existence, according to the account given in Genesis. As God created the Universe in six symbolic days, so man by art - that is, philosophy - must create the condition of his own perfection by means of six philosophical steps. (Ibid, p. 58) 

In other words, the six days college is an allusion to the mystery schools, who represent the illumined classes, those who will perfect man in "six philosophical steps." Recall that John tells us that six is the number of a man, and has deep philosophical meaning, in addition to being one-third of the number that makes up the Beast. Notice the Luciferian concept in Hall's description that man "must create the condition of his own perfection," i.e., through intellect. Here we have the model for the blatant anti-Christian doctrine of the ancient "secret schools," as Hall calls them. 

Bacon's novel begins with a group of mariners sailing from Peru to China who are catapulted off course due to tumultuous winds. Facing certain death and starvation, they pray to God for deliverance, who leads them to "the fair harbor of a great city in an unknown land." There, in the hands of the hospitable natives, they are nursed back to health and accepted as guests into the beautiful city with all its splendor and achievements in the arts and sciences. According the Hall, the ship they sailed in on represents science, "sailing forth from the limits and boundaries of the old world into the unknown sea of Universal learning." The name of the strange new land was Bensalem, meaning, the Son of Peace, an imitation of the New Jerusalem. The city traded with the entire world in rich merchandise, including "gold, silver, jewels, silks, spices," and other commodities. Hall asserts that this merchandise represents the "Light of Truth," and that the nation, called Atlantis, was "declared to the same as America." 

Those who comprised the government were benevolent priest-kings, who made up the college of Solomon's house, and included among them were "ambassadors, agents, and representatives among all the nations of the world..." After the sailors are fed and brought back to health, one of them is allowed to visit with one of the Fathers of Solomon's house, and the remainder of the insipid novel is a lecture describing the civilization's advancements in arts, science, technology, medicine, and philosophy (which is a replacement for religion).  

The Father reveals that "the end of our foundation is the knowledge of causes, and secret motions of things; and the enlarging of the bounds of human empire, to the effecting of all things possible." In other words, the search for enlightenment. The Father relates to the man the vast array of "laboratories, observatories, mines and hospitals, and the various engines and inventions by which the elements could be controlled and the secrets of Nature discovered." They had gardens for studying plants, parks for studying animals, medicines for every illness, and they conducted experiments on the senses of man, to discover what stimuli contributed to human enjoyment (music, flavors, sounds, etc.) as well as what deceived them ("the methods by which men could be deceived"; sounds suspiciously like Huxley's Brave New World). Interestingly, the experiments on plants and animals led them to create new hybrid species, eerily reminiscent of the myths and legends of chimeras created before the flood, as well as our modern day GMO experiments on crops. 

According to Hall, every part of the novel is steeped in esoteric meaning, and to him it was a travesty that Bacon was not able to publish the second part, which would have described the actual laws of the commonwealth, based upon Plato's description of Atlantis. Although, Hall is sure that it was written before Bacon's death and kept hidden by the mystery schools, and still exists somewhere today. Hall asserts that Bacon's dream was to bring the six-days college, i.e., Freemasonry, to "America, an area set aside by Nature for the perfection of philosophy and the sciences." If you dig deep into the philosophical idealism of the novel, you will find a subtle resonance with communism and socialism. In the utopia there is no crime, no poverty, and "all men were employed according to their tastes and ability [to each according to his need, from each according to his ability], and each contributed in his own way to the sum of useful knowledge." But as George Orwell once wrote in his classic novel, Animal Farm, "some animals are more equal than others," and some men in the New Atlantis are more qualified to rule than most others. 

Bacon was obsessed with the idea that America was destined to be the New Atlantis, and formed a secret society to that end, clandestinely known as the Order of the Quest. After the Spanish Conquistadores had decimated the Americas with their plundering, pillaging, killing, and torturing under the aegis of a "holy inquisition," the French, Dutch and English began colonization programs on the Eastern seaboard. Hall describes Bacon's role as thus:

Bacon quickly realized that here in the new world was the proper environment for the accomplishment of his great dream, the establishment of the philosophic empire. It must be remembered that Bacon did not play a lone hand; he was the head of a secret society including in its membership the most brilliant intellectuals of his day. All these men were bound together by a common oath to labor in the cause of a world democracy. Bacon's society of the unknown philosophers including men of high rank and broad influence. Together with Bacon, they devised a colonization scheme. (Secret Destiny, p. 68)

Hall reveals that through these "secret channels," word was spread that the "Western Hemisphere was the promised land of the future." He actually used the term promised land. And even more blatantly blasphemous, they referred to this scheme as the Great Plan, which began as early as Jamestown:

After the Jamestown settlement gained some semblance of order and permanence, descendents [sic] of those men who formed the original Baconian Society left England and settled in the colony. It was through them that the Great Plan began to operate in America. There were most fortuitous marriages between the families of the original custodians of the philosophical legacy. From the minglings of the bloods of the Bacons, the Wottons, the Donnes, the Herberts, and the Mores, the Virginia colony derived many of its prominent citizens. Lord Bacon guided the project and probably outlined the programs to be followed after his death. (America's Assignment, p. 73, emphasis added)

Promised land? Great Plan of the eternal God? Sound familiar? I think we have a copy-cat on our hands here. Freemasonry, according to Reverend M.F. Carey, was introduced the the colonies as early as 1606. It is well-documented in the book, The Temple and the Lodge, that there were Freemasons on both sides of the Revolutionary War, especially in military orders that existed since the French and Indian War of the 1750s. Many of the famous generals and commanders, Howe, Clinton, and Cornwallis included, were reluctant to engage in the aggressive warfare that was commonplace in other parts of the world under British dominance or assault. The Colonialists were, after all, English brothers, and those in secret societies on opposites sides of the war were forced to engage in fratricide. The authors of the book highlight this phenomenon as a major contributing factor to the Colonial victory. The British had superior firepower, more funding, and more field experience than the fledging Colonial armies, there was definitely more at play here than pure military tactics, strategy and maneuvers. Baigent and Leigh (authors of the Temple and the Lodge) write:

In fact, Britain did not lose the war in North America for military reasons at all. The war was lost because of other, entirely different factors. It was a deeply unpopular war, much as the war fought in Vietnam by the United States two centuries later was to be. It was unpopular with the British public, with most of the British government, with virtually all the British personnel directly involved - soldiers, officers, and commanders. Clinton and Cornwallis fought under duress, and with extreme reluctance. Howe was even more adamant, repeatedly expressing his anger, his unhappiness and his frustration about the command with which he had been saddled. His brother, Admiral Howe, felt the same way. The colonists, he declared, were the "most oppressed and distressed people on earth." (The Temple and the Lodge, p. 325)

In addition to the Masonic infiltration of the military, most of the founding generation involved in the Declaration of Independence and subsequent Constitutional Convention were also Masons. Hall explains that Benjamin Franklin was so highly respected in lodges throughout England, France, and the Colonies, that although, "he did not make laws... his words became law." Franklin rubbed shoulders with Voltaire and Lafayette, both members of the French Lodge of Nine Sisters, and in America he began the Philosophical Society of Philadelphia, and had become the Provincial Grand Master of Pennsylvania in 1734. George Washington was also a Freemason, declaring in 1791, that "I shall always be glad to advance the interests of this Society and be considered by them a deserving brother" (although he later lost interest in the group, and his involvement has been greatly exaggerated). Other founding Masons were Robert Morris, Paul Revere, Peyton Randolph (first presider over the Continental Congress), General Joseph Warren (who fell at Bunker Hill), General Nathaniel Green, Major General Henry Knox, and Thomas Jefferson. Hall writes that:

Of the fifty-six signers of the Declaration of Independence, nearly fifty were Masons. Only one is known with certainty not have been a member of the Order... All but two of Washington's Brigadier Generals were Masons, as was Ethan Allen of Green Mountain-boy fame. Of the fifty-five members of the Constitutional Convention, all but five were Masons. (America's Assignment, pp. 96-97)

Now, I am not trying to say that just because most of these men were Masons they were evil or knew about Bacon's Great Plan for America. Most of the rank and file Freemasons have no idea what is transpiring at the top of the fraternal pyramid. Despite the influence of secret societies, Nephi asserts that many of the Gentiles fighting for independence were humble and merely seeking for religious freedom. Nephi saw that God was with them, and helped them prevail over their Mother Gentiles. Like I said before, God has such infinite foreknowledge that He knows the intentions of good and bad men, and can use both to further His purposes. The promised land here in America is in an all-out tug-of-war between God's intention to create Zion, and Satan's intention to create the Beast system. One thing about wheat and tares is that they grow together on the same field, and in America that field is the philosophical soil that contains the embryos for both liberty and tyranny, and in a day coming very soon, both will develop into their respective fetuses. 

The Old Atlantis: Plato's "Philosophic Democracy" 

William T. Still, in his 1990 book, New World Order, further elucidates on the Great Plan, which according to Manly P. Hall, originated in the Atlantean Mystery Schools:
Where did this ancient order originate? Hall claimed that it originated in the legendary Atlantis. He claimed that the Atlanteans devised a plan - a "Great Plan" - which would guide world events for millennia to come, and that it included a mysterious blueprint for what would later become America. Hall said that ancient Egyptian secret societies inherited this Great Plan and were well aware of the existence of the land mass in the Western Hemisphere which we now call America, long before it was "discovered" by Columbus. (New World Order, p. 36) 

Hall wrote in The Secret Destiny of America that the Mystery Schools have always maintained a plan for the establishment of a "world democracy" based upon the Atlantean empire. He asserted that this "bold resolution was... that this western continent [America] should become the site of the philosophic empire." In America's Assignment With Destiny, Hall explains that the Great Plan was being brought to fruition by the "initiated" few, who were gently guiding the ignorant many:

The Great Plan reached the Western Hemisphere through a series of incidents. Many early explores and colonizers are known to have been associated with Secret Societies. There is no historical way of determining the secret spiritual convictions of so-called conquistadors, adventurers, and founders of plantations. It is a well-established fact that arts, sciences, philosophies, and political convictions accompany less valuable merchandise along trade routes and caravan trails. Some of the colonizers were probably unaware of the parts they were playing, and the settlements which they founded remained for generations without the strength of security to advance ideological programs. The work, then as always, was in the hands and keeping of a few initiated leaders. They were responsible for the results, and they built slowly and wisely, thinking not of their own days or of their own reputation, but of the future in which the Great Plan would be fulfilled. (p. 58-59, emphasis added)

So what is the big deal about ancient Atlantis? Why do the Mystery Schools want to resurrect this old "philosophical empire"?  The answer is because it incorporates every philosophy that these deleterious secret societies believe in. Namely, socialism, humanism, Luciferianism, communalism (communism), priestcraft, magic arts, sorcery, witchcraft, and the divine right of kings, kings who have ascended through illumination to become gods. The Great Plan, dear readers, is Satan's plan incarnate on the earth, the plan he presented that resulted in his expulsion from heaven. And just like the legend of ancient Atlantis, the New Atlantis will face a similar demise. As I explain the idiosyncrasies of the ancient commonwealth in what follows, remember that the prophet Daniel saw that the Kingdom that God will set up, i.e., Zion, would destroy all other kingdoms, and will be the only thing left standing. Take comfort in the fact that God will not allow the New World Order to exist for very long, but as Saint John's sobering testimony reveals, exist it will. 

Hall draws upon the writings of Plato that come from the dialogue called the Critias, which is said to have been derived from an earlier account from a Greek philosopher named Solon, the so-called father of Greek democracy. Hall adds his own undocumented conjecture that Solon was trained in the Mystery Schools of ancient Egypt, in the temple of Isis, where it has been rumored that Plato and Socrates also received their training. Hall may have been privy to an oral tradition that has not been written down, which is why his rendition of the Platonic account of Atlantis is laden with added philosophic commentary. As a 33rd degree Mason, Hall knows what he is talking about, and like I have said before, it does not matter if Atlantis existed or not, what matters is what the Mystery Schools believe about it. That is what is going to affect you and me. 

The following is a summary of what Hall writes in chapter 5 of The Secret Destiny of America, entitled, "The Ancient League of Nations":

Plato used the Atlantean legend to propagate his own ideas about what Hall described as "the proper form of human government." Atlantis was ruled by ten "benevolent" priest-kings who were given their authority and respective territories from their father Poseidon, the Greek god of the seas. They ruled over seven islands and three great continents. Originally, the legend began as the ten kings being five sets of twins birthed by a mortal woman, Poseidon's lover named Cleito. The first born of these semi-divine sons was named Atlas. The capital city of the seven islands and three continents was Atlantis, and in the center of it stood a temple of Poseidon. The laws of Atlantis were inscribed in a column standing close to a golden shrine of the sea god, and the ten kings took an oath to uphold these laws.

The kings were not to take up arms against each other, and were to consult each other in all matters concerning the "public good." No king had the power to execute one of his subjects without the consent of a majority of the other kings, and each was held accountable by the league for how he conducted the affairs of his own kingdom. Plato described this commonwealth as the "the government of the Golden Age," and Hall equates its laws with "the laws of heaven," and describes it as thus:

By the three great continents of Atlantis are to be understood, Europe, Asia, and Africa; and by the seven islands, all the lesser peoples of the earth. The league of the ten kings is the cooperative commonwealth of mankind, the natural and proper form of human government. The Atlantis, therefore, is the archetype or the pattern of right government, which existed in ancient days but was destroyed by the selfishness and ignorance of men...

The king was the father of his people, impersonal and unselfish, dedicated to the public good, a servant of both the gods and his fellow men. The king was descended of a divine race; that is, he belonged to the Order of the Illumined; for those who come to a state of wisdom then belong to the family of the heroes - perfected human beings... One who achieved this state was by virtue of his own action a superior man, and this superiority was the only aristocracy recognized by Natural Law. (Secret Destiny, p. 26) 

In a nutshell here is what Hall is saying: "right government" consists of being ruled by kings who descend from a divine race (bloodlines of the Illuminati?), who belong to the family of the heroes (Nephilim?), who are "perfected human beings," and are superior to the rest of society and recognized by "Nature" (the god Lucifer?) as our aristocratical rulers. These "perfected human beings" have achieved their state, not through the atonement of Christ (the prototype of the saved man), but through the intellect, or illumination. His reference to the "family of heroes" is interesting, as this word is derived from the Greek god Hercules and is synonymous with the Hebrew word Nephilim. In addition to meaning giants, it also means demi-god, or a semi-divine race of men. John Daniel, in Scarlet and the Beast, quotes Dr. Alfred Rehwinkel from his book, The Flood, published in 1952, who offers the following insight on the enigmatic concept of the Nephilim, or the men of great renown:

The Hebrew word [nephilim] means more that what we understand by the term "giant." It means those that fall upon others, brigands, thugs, tyrants. These nephilim were famous in that world. They had made a great name for themselves through their acts of violence, lawlessness, and corruption. There were known by all, and their statues were probably found in the antediluvian shrines of honor. 

There are nephilim, or giants, in the world today. They are the men who rule this world. They hold their councils in secret. The dispose of countries and millions of human beings as so many figures on a chessboard. They confiscate property that does not belong to them and condemn millions of innocent people to a horrible death of misery and starvation. They blot out whole cities of men, women, and children, with hell-born missiles of death, but they are applauded as great men and renowned, and their portraits and statues are given a place of honor in the halls of fame in our world today. (Scarlet, p. 549)

It will be these types of men who will rule in the New Atlantis, the same age-old pattern of men exercising control and dominion over others. As you may recall, in the Book of Mormon we learn about a particular leader of the Gadianton robbers named Giddianhi, who in an epistle to Lachoneus reveals his true self as an initiate of the Mystery Schools. Giddianhi comes right out and says he is the leader of the secret society of Gadianton, and implores Lachoneus and the Nephites to yield themselves up to him, which if they do they would become partners of all their substance (an allusion to communism). He also admonishes Lachoneus to become acquainted with their "secret works," which he knows "to be good." Giddianhi, like Manly P. Hall, actually believes that Luciferianism is good, and a true religion. He is an idealogue, who sincerely believes that his fraternal society of illumined brothers has a right to rule and govern the Nephites. He actually believes this, just as Hall believes that "perfect government" consists of rule by an elite and divine aristocracy (See 3 Nephi 2:2, RE)

Ancient Atlantis was the model for Plato's "philosophic democracy," which was devoid of competition, i.e., capitalism, had no poverty and very little crime, and was driven by the engine of cooperation. Hall explains that in this utopia "men followed the occupations which they preferred and lived a communal existence, together sharing the fruits of their labors." Hall asserts that this government of ten kings, "is a pattern of world government to insure the prosperity of all peoples and activate the preservation of peace." However, the true design of the "Great Plan" consists, just as Bill Cooper has opined, of a "one-world socialistic totalitarian state," which will crush human freedom and enslave the world to the Beast system. 

The scriptures reveal truth in an exercise of the ultimate reductio ad absurdum, which is a Latin phrase for taking an argument to its logical conclusion. For instance, whom Hall refers to as a "divine race of benevolent priest-kings," the Book of Mormon refers to as Gadianton robbers who plunder and murder for gain. What Plato calls a "philosophic democracy," Saint John calls a Beast. What Hall implies is the "proper form of human government," John says will kill anyone that doesn't worship its image. Whom Hall speaks of as the "guardians of the public good," John describes as merchants, sorcerers, deceivers, blasphemers, and fornicators, who are drunken with the blood of the saints. And ultimately, what Hall describes as the secret schools of the illumined, John and Nephi call out as Mystery Babylon, the Mother of Harlots, the whore of all the earth. Are you seeing the pattern? The conspirators fluff up their esoteric philosophy as some grandiose plan that will lead humanity down a path of enlightenment and societal euphoria, but God is telling you through His prophets that they are just robbers and murderers, vying for power and authority over the flesh, who worship a false god who is jealous of the real One. 

Hall ends his description of Atlantis with the tale of its destruction. The people began to be greedy, feasting their "covetous eyes upon the goods of others" (I thought they had all things in common?). The rulers were then infested by this same greed, and began to perpetuate a scheme to take over the entire world. The ten kings "decided to use their common power to subdue all the earth," resulting in "tyranny and oppression, and despotism and the exploitation of peoples." Zeus, seeing their intrigue, became so enraged that he called a counsel of the gods to determine what to do with the Atlanteans, and the rest is deluge history. Ironically, Hall opines that the "destruction of Atlantis can be interpreted politically as the breaking up of the ideal pattern of government." What Hall doesn't grasp, but Saint John does, is that granting that much control into the hands of only ten rulers will always inevitably result in the abuse of power, that almost all men have a disposition for. Fortunately, Nephi has told us what will happen to the New Atlantis, he says that the Great and Abominable Church will war among themselves, as the incessant and all-pervasive lust for power will lead the wicked to their own demise. 

With all that being said, we are now ready to get into the metaphors of John's Beast, and as you will see, they line up perfectly with Atlantean myth. 

John's Ten-Headed Leviathan

In Revelations 13:1 of the KJV, and 4:6 of the RE, John introduces us to the Beast:
And I saw another sign, in the likeness of the kingdoms of the earth, a beast, rise up out of the sea, and stood upon the sand of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of Blasphemy. (Revelations 4:6, RE)

The beast, who represents earthly kingdoms, or governments, will "rise up out of the sea."  What does John mean by this? Remember that Nephi said that the Mother of Harlots will sit upon many waters and have dominion over all the people of earth? In conjunction with Nephi, John explains, that the angel told him that the sea was imagery for masses of people (See Revelation 6:13, RE). This Beast will rise up from the midst of billions of people, meaning that it will be born of revolution. John also makes a hint to ancient Atlantis in this first line, because the Mystery Schools believe that the ancient empire will philosophically rise up out of the sea. In 1932, Edgar Cayce, the famous psychic from Kentucky, believed that Atlantis would literally rise up out of the sea, somewhere west of the Straits of Gibraltar, but Hall understood this to be a metaphor. In his book, The Lost Keys of Freemasonry, he surmises that Masonry is a derivative of the Atlantean Mystery School:

Masonry is a university, teaching the liberal arts and sciences of the soul to all who will attend to its words. It is a shadow of the great Atlantean Mystery School, which stood with all its splendor in the ancient City of the Golden Gates, where now the turbulent Atlantic rolls in unbroken sweep.

After quoting this passage in his book, Mr. Daniel makes the following commentary:

Hall suggests the antediluvian civilization was democratic, that Freemasonry planned over three centuries ago to recreate a universal democratic society that will philosophically "rise up out of the sea," and like Atlantis, join with ten kings to lead mankind in the pursuit of universal happiness. He says that the Christian Church has delayed the search for the "New Atlantis." And he alludes to the ancient Roman empire as the last attempt at resurrection of the Atlantean project and states another attempt would be made. (Scarlet, p. 561)

Because ancient Atlantis was supposedly a democracy, the New Atlantis will likewise be a democracy, but remember democracy is mob-rule, and not based upon principles or laws as is a Constitutional Christian Republic that Mosiah set up among the Nephites. A democratic form of government is easy for elites to manipulate, as is obvious in our current American democracy (that was supposed to be a Republic). The key point is that this new Atlantean government will be sold as a democracy, because we have been conditioned to believe that democracy is synonymous with self-government, but nothing is further from the truth. 

John then sees the Beast stand "upon the sand of the sea," which in my opinion (and I have nothing to back this up), is symbolic of the Beast bringing the law of the sea, or Maritime Admiralty Law, onto the land, replacing Constitutional Law, i.e., the law of the land. Of course, this has already been done in America, but I believe it will be done again when the Beast empire rises to power. 

Next is John's famous line that the Beast will have "seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns, ten crowns," which is a direct allusion to Atlantis. William T. Still explains the connection in his book, New World Order:

According to this account [the Critias], at its peak, some 10,000 years before the Greek civilization, Atlantis was ruled in complete harmony by a cooperative commonwealth of ten kings, known as the Atlantic League. Seven of these kings ruled over the seven islands that actually made up what was called the "continent of Atlantis." The other three kings of he Atlantean kingdom ruled over the other three known continents Europe, Asia, and Africa. (New World Order, p. 43)

The seven heads are the seven islands, and the ten horns with their ten crowns are the ten regions or districts and ten kings of Atlantis. Still then makes the following commentary, and keep in mind he is writing in 1990:

According to noted biblical scholar Charles Ryrie, the ten horns of the beast are the ten kings mentioned in Daniel 7:24, who will rule over ten nations. Ryrie interprets the Bible as saying that one of these kings will be different, more brutal than the others, and he shall destroy three of the other kings. The Bible says that this most brutal king, referred to as the Antichrist, will "defy the Most High God, and wear down the saints with persecution, and try to change all laws, morals, and customs. God's people will be helpless in his hands for three and a half years. (Ibid, p. 44)

The term "Antichrist" is found in the Bible but bereft of the upper case A. John uses the term in 1 John 2:18 (1 John 1:9, RE), but he seems to be speaking about a philosophy and a group more than just one single person. In my opinion, the king of Assyria described by Isaiah fits most with Daniel's description of the brutal king, who will break away from the "philosophic democracy" and exact his own will upon the world. Ironically, God will use him to destroy Mystery Babylon and the remnants of the Beast empire will war amongst themselves. Hall's utopia will implode from the inside, leaving only chaos in its wake. 

In my last post, I covered the other pertinent prophecies of John in regard to the first beast, I just wanted to show here that John's first few sentences line up perfectly with the supposed government of the fabled Atlantis. As far as the second beast goes, the one John describes in this verse, I have no commentary. This beast is the man that many Christians refer to as the Antichrist, but John never uses that term in the book of Revelations. He maintains that the beast and a false prophet will work together to deceive those who will take the mark of the beast, and both will remain in the lake of fire and brimstone until the end of the millennium. Jesus told his apostles in the book of Matthew (11:6, RE) that there would arise both false christs and false prophets, who would deceive the very elect by showing great signs and wonders. It definitely sounds like there will be more than "one" antichrist. 

In a post I did a while back called Offending the Little Ones, I quoted sections of D. Christian Markham's second volume of Two Churches Only, where he transcribed an interview from a person calling herself by the pseudonym Svali. She was interviewed by investigative journalist Greg Szymanski in March of 2000 in which she revealed unspeakable and disturbing things she was forced to go through and witness as a child growing up in an Illuminati bloodline. Just after witnessing the brutal sacrifice of a young child, she was forced to get on her knees and swear allegiance to "he who is to come," which sounds an awful lot like John's second beast. This is how she describes what these people believe:

They are not Satanic... they are Luciferian, which is different. The ultimate goal of their spiritual philosophy and their sense of discipline is that they believe that should you complete all of your training, you become a god. That is their actual end goal. They believe in achievement of Godhood - of Illuminist philosophy - through what they call enlightenment, or Illumination, which is how they got their name. 

They are international. In Europe there are twelve fathers who sit, who represent the different nations of Europe. They are very expectantly awaiting He Who Is To Come, and during that ceremony in the Vatican, on my knees I had to swear my allegiance to serve He Who Is To Come... (There Are Save Two Churches Only, Volume II, p. 231).

Let This Sink In For A Moment

Before I close this post there is something I want to drive home, deep into the recesses of your minds, where I hope it will stay. Everything that Satan, his Fallen Angels, the Mystery Schools, the Luciferians, the global elite, the theosophical philosophers like Manly P. Hall, and ancient and modern Gadiatons have been working for, IS THIS MOMENT IN HISTORY. The goal of world government has been on the docket for millennia... every thing the Deep State is involved in - its wars, its false flag events, its vaccine mandate programs, its social welfare programs, its draconian legislation, its spying and data selling, its transgender and transhumanist agendas, its environmental programs, its "free" trade agreements, its currency manipulation, its critical race theory, its "sustainable" 2030 agenda -  is all geared toward one-world government. Yes there are different groups vying for power, but the agenda is the same. It doesn't matter who wins out in the end, because as Nephi has told us, they will destroy each other. But before that happens, we are going to live through pure hell, many of us may not make it out alive. Some of us may have to choose between accepting the mark of the beast and death itself. Some of us may be the martyrs of Jesus that John saw in his vision, and some of us may be those who dwell safely in Zion awaiting the Lord's return. It really doesn't matter which fate befalls you, as long as your faith is rooted in Christ. He, who has treaded the wine-press alone, will also alone overcome the Beast and his ten kings

What you need to understand right now is that this conspiracy is real... Gadiantons are real. Luciferians are real. The Mystery Schools are real. The Church of the Devil is real. These aren't just idle words on the background of a blogger program... this isn't some thriller movie that keeps you on the edge of the couch at night but you completely forget about in the morning. It's real, and nothing, or no one, is going stop these sycophants from accomplishing their goals, except Christ Himself. They have coopted every major religion, almost every government of every nation, almost every Hollywood producer, almost every large corporation, almost every University, most of mainstream academia, the medical industry, the Big Tech industry, every government bureaucracy, and almost every politician. They are very close to controlling all of the world, and those who you think are your shepherds are assisting them. For those of you who still think that the LDS Church is being led by prophets of God, please watch these videos produced by Rebekah Griffin. The corporate Church is fulfilling the prophecy of Moroni, by literally building up the very secret combination that is vying to destroy the freedom of all nations. 

Here is part one, which got pulled down from YouTube:

And here is part two, just released:

As you study the prophecies of the ancient prophets that we have gone over in these last few posts, let the words of Moroni ring in your ears. Of all the voices of the Book of Mormon, it is his that speaks directly to us about this pernicious secret combination that will exist in our day. As we slumber and are drunken with the worldly pursuits of Babylon, it is his faint voice, whispering to us from the dust, imploring us to "awake" and arise, penetrating deep into the subconscious realm of dreaming within dreams. And as we begin to wake up, regaining line upon line of consciousness, awaking from one layer of dreams to another, his voice gets louder and louder, until it's screaming in our ears, and then our eyes begin to open, and the colossal leviathan appears before us, and we wonder how we didn't see it there before, hidden in plain sight. 

Here are Moroni's sobering words. I know you've heard them before, but read them again, and this time, let him wake you up to the fact that the LDS Church, one of those organizations that is building it up, is doing so to overthrow your God-given freedom:
Wherefore, the Lord commandeth you, when ye shall see these things come among you, that ye shall awake to a sense of your awful situation because of this secret combination which shall be among you; or woe be unto it because of the blood of them who have been slain. for they cry from the dust for vengeance upon it, and also upon those who build it up. 

For it cometh to pass that whoso buildeth it up seeketh to overthrow the freedom of all lands, nations, and countries. And it bringeth to pass the destruction of all people, for it is built up by the Devil, who is the father of all lies, even that same liar who beguiled our first parents, yea, even that same liar who hath caused man to commit murder from the beginning, who hath hardened the hearts of men that they have murdered the prophets, and stone them, and cast them out from the beginning. 

Wherefore, I, Moroni, am commanded to write these things, that evil may be done away and that the time may come that Satan may have no power upon the hearts of the children of men, but that they may be persuaded to do good continually, and that they may come to the fountain of all righteousness and be saved. (Ether 3:18-19, RE, emphasis added)

I want to clear something up that you may be confused about. In the books I've been studying many of the authors indict the United States as the apocalyptic Beast. I can't speak to this, however, I believe that the Beast will be heavily influenced by the United States, and it will definitely be a major player in its development. But the claim that the U.S. is the current Beast is, in my opinion, premature at best. However, I believe that the ideological soil for the Beast's development will be cultivated in this land, which is part of the Great Plan of the Mystery Schools.

With that said, stay tuned for part V... I'll be leaving the concept of the Beast and moving onto Zion...

Recommended Video

Literally minutes after I published this post my friend sent me a documentary on the exact same topic. The producers make a case that Hall and Bacon believed ancient Atlantis was right here in America. Enjoy:


  1. Hey, I'm not sure if you've seen this or not. It's an hour long and is about the Skull & Bones and church leaders.


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