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Capital Crime: Pope Francis Kidnaps God’s Bride! (Isaiah 62:5)

For as a young man marrieth a virgin, so shall thy sons marry thee: and as the bridegroom rejoiceth over the bride, so shall thy God rejoice over thee. (Isaiah 62:5)

The General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists has announced in its 60th Session brochure that the church has put itself under the command of Pope Francis and the Roman Catholic Church, and all who object will be forcibly silenced. The current leadership has communicated this information in stories and symbols on the brochure. We’ve already exposed the brochure’s messages regarding women’s ordination and LGBT equality, but paramount stands the story behind the Alamo.

The Spanish Missions in Texas comprise a series of religious outposts established by Spanish Catholic Dominicans, Jesuits, and Franciscans to spread the Christian doctrine among the local Native Americans, but with the added benefit of giving Spain a toehold in the frontier land.[1]

The Alamo Mission was built by a Franciscan priest. It was a Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound. It became famous for the Battle of the Alamo, a pivotal battle of the Texas Revolution in which one entire side of the battle was annihilated. By selecting this site as the central theme for the GC Session brochure, they send a strong message that the 60th Session will be the setting of the last decisive battle for the church, and that they intend to completely destroy the opposition.

Linking the SDA Church to a famous Franciscan mission is not just incidental. Pay attention to the logo on the brochure—especially the outline of the Alamo. Notice how the brim of the “hat” is exaggerated. This has no basis in the Spanish architecture of the building and is an obvious deviation which was added to confirm that the Alamo has symbolic importance for the GC Session. Just search for similar drawings of the Alamo and see for yourself how abnormal this is.

The profile of the hat matches that of a special Roman hat (cappello romano), also known as a saturno because of its resemblance to the ringed planet, Saturn. This type of hat was worn with the cassock by Catholic clergy for many years. The cardinals were once privileged to wear red cappellos like the pope. The same hat appears with tassels above every cardinal’s coat of arms, and the tassel cords perfectly trace the outline of the Alamo.

Now you can see very clearly who is behind this GC Session. Not only do we find Masonic symbols, but now outright Catholic symbols! The battle of the 60th GC Session is not just about issues in the Adventist Church—it encompasses issues that involve the Catholic Church, and specifically the pope’s agenda. Just as the battle of the Alamo was one battle in a larger campaign to bring Texas under centralized Spanish control, so the 60th GC Session is one battle in the last papal campaign to bring the last Protestant hold-outs into line.

Whether directly or not, the architect of this Session is therefore Pope Francis (the Jesuit “Franciscan”). The opponents he wants to annihilate are the last independent Protestants within the Seventh-day Adventist denomination, similarly to what was done to the Waldensians at the Piedmont Easter.

It is not difficult to find Pope Francis in the logo itself, especially once you see how the hat and tassel cords of the cardinal coat of arms are incorporated into the logo. All you have to do is recognize that it is in fact Pope Francis’ own cardinal coat of arms which is depicted there. The three windows of the Alamo correspond to the three elements on his coat of arms: the star, the grapes, and the Jesuit sun-disk logo. In other words, they represent the three-in-one counterfeit trinity.

Unlike the true Trinity, where the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three separate Persons, the counterfeit trinity says that all three are just different modes or manifestations of one and the same person, which is Satan (a.k.a. Lucifer).

The graphic designers placed the Eastern Star (already deciphered) inside the O of San AntOnio, once again saying that the seed of Satan is already in the womb of the church. This is an important symbol for Freemasons, because they believe that Eve had corrupt offspring from the serpent’s seed in Eden. For them, the symbolism means that the besieged Adventists at the 60th GC Session have already been “corrupted” with evil seed, and therefore they must necessarily die, similarly to how the Spanish gave the Alamo defenders no option to surrender, but only to be killed.

By placing the Alamo at the top of the page, and by incorporating its altered profile into the GC logo, Ted Wilson and the brothers of his Order are announcing that the Franciscan Order of today (which worships Pope Francis) plans to annihilate the opposing force within the Seventh-day Adventist Church, in this GC Session and the ensuing term!

Now please pay close attention. We are often falsely accused of “calling the SDA church Babylon,” when it is in fact God’s true church. The Orion Message and the Vessel of Time both testify with the certainty of time prophecy that the SDA church has been God’s remnant church all throughout the past 168+ years! That doesn’t mean the church is all good, though. In fact, those prophecies tell us what the problem areas have been, while highlighting the good things. I will explain the church’s relationship with Babylon in more detail later, but first let’s see what else the GC Session logo is telling us.

There are things inside and things outside the Alamo fortress in the GC logo:

Inside the walls and outside the walls

The logo shows pictorially the two main groups within the Seventh-day Adventist Church: those who are inside the Alamo, and those who are outside.

Group 1 – Outside the fortress.

The duration of the siege—13 days—indicates that the Spanish side of the historic battle represents Satan’s side. The centralized Mexican government’s army outside the Alamo represents the centralized army of Pope Francis within the SDA church, because this is where we find the church logo itself. The church logo, which is well-known to be a Masonic design,[2] stands for the part of the church that is loyal to Rome. This group has control of the organization, thus the logo. These papists call themselves Seventh-day Adventists, but they do not hold Seventh-day Adventist beliefs. These are actually Roman Catholics, worshiping their sun god in the guise of Seventh-day Adventism.

And he brought me into the inner court of the Lord’s house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the Lord, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs toward the temple of the Lord, and their faces toward the east; and they worshipped the sun toward the east. (Ezekiel 8:16)

These are the members of the executive leadership, starting with Ted Wilson and extending to the Executive Committee. From there, it goes on to Jesuit infiltrators especially in the Adventist schools, who author books of another order[3] and teach your children Jesuit doctrines. They are in the Adventist hospitals and every other branch of the work. These are the ones who are responsible for books like QoD, and for educating Adventist ministers in the spiritual disciplines of Ignatius of Loyola. These are the ones who teach that William Miller was wrong to study the Bible to understand time prophecy, and who discard the sanctuary doctrine as an invention to cover the supposed error. These are the ones who scorn Ellen G. White. These are Romans by belief, masquerading as Adventists.

Group 2 – Inside the fortress.

The Texians[4]—as well as natives—who were fighting against the centralized control of the Mexican government represent the conservative part within the church who still try to uphold the true foundational teachings of the movement. With their artillery (doctrines) they can “whip 10 to 1” but yet they are surrounded, outnumbered and oppressed by the siege.

James Bowie, the Alamo’s co-commander, appealed for reinforcements, saying: “Colonel Neill and myself have come to the solemn resolution that we will rather die in these ditches than give it up to the enemy.” Many Seventh-day Adventists have likewise decided to “go down with the ship,” because they “know” that the church will go through to the end. Their big mistake is in thinking that the church ship equals the organizational structure. This is a prime example of a Catholic teaching that has been planted in Adventism—that salvation is conferred by the church organization. This group has locked themselves inside what has become a Catholic fortress, the SDA Church organization.

Once upon a time, the church was a safe place because God was present, and He protected it. That is how it was with old Jerusalem, after it rejected Christ it became worldly. The only way to survive Jerusalem’s “end of the world” scenario in AD 70 was to heed the counsel of Jesus:

When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:) Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains: (Matthew 24:15-16)

In AD 70 the abomination of desolation was the Roman army surrounding the city of Jerusalem. Christians were to flee to the mountains, not to lock themselves in the fortress of Jerusalem which had already deserted God, fallen through compromise and become torn by internal strife and division.

That same division and strife is tearing apart the SDA church today because of its own compromise, but God has not left Seventh-day Adventism! The ORGANIZATION has been hijacked, and obviously God is not going to be found among the hijackers, but He is still accessible to the denomination. The remaining faithful Adventists today—those who sigh and cry over the abominations done in the land—must be careful not to lock themselves up in the Alamo-like organization; there is still a mountain of truth where refuge from false teachings can be found.

Let’s recap.

The Masonic leadership of the SDA Church wants to eliminate its opposition like what was done in the battle of the Alamo. They don’t want Adventist “fundamentalists” to wreck their newly ordered world. Group 1 outside the walls are Babylonians, fair and square—wolves in sheep’s clothing. They profess to be Adventists, but in terms of their beliefs, they simply are not.

Group 2 inside the walls are Adventists. They are sheep in varying degrees of ill health, many suffering from the false doctrines that the wolves have introduced into the church. These are the remnant people of God, under siege.

That is how the situation—and Ted Wilson’s goals—are presented on the brochure, but just because they portray it that way does not necessarily mean it corresponds 100% to reality.

The Church Is Not and Never Can Be Babylon

To clarify who is Babylon and who is not, we can make a simple diagram as follows:

The wolves and the sheep

This is an accurate picture irrespective of what the papists hope to accomplish with their Alamo plan. The fact is, Babylon is and always will have the same clear identity that Scripture has always given it: the great whore of Babylon is and always will be the Catholic Church, and all the other Sunday-keeping churches are her daughters. We do not condemn individuals in Babylonian churches who have not known the truth yet, but the false doctrines they presently hold make it necessary for us to represent them collectively as wolves (a threat) to the sheep.

The confusion comes because the leaders of the Adventist organizational structure are in fact papists. Does that make the whole Adventist church Babylon, including independent and self-supporting ministries? No, it just means that Babylon has hijacked the church organization, and anyone who is loyal to the hijackers and the hijacked organization is subject to Babylon. For example, your local pep-talk pastor avoids preaching straight truth because he doesn’t want to lose his paycheck. He is loyal to the papists, regardless of his personal beliefs, and when you sit in his pew, you get fed smooth things that make you spiritually sick.

If you are happy with that, then you are a Laodicean. If you are unhappy with that, you might be sighing and crying for the abominations done in the church, and you might see why it is necessary for God to cleanse the church.

We could even draw a “cleansing” line between the Laodiceans and the sighers and criers, because we know from Ezekiel 9:4-6 that those who sigh and cry are marked to be kept alive though the cleansing. Laodiceans, on the other hand, will be spewed out in the cleansing as Jesus warned in Revelation 3:16.

This would be a good time for you to take personal stock of yourself and see where you stand. You can find out easily by asking yourself some specific questions:

  • Was everything done at the cross?

  • Will everyone keep sinning till Jesus comes?

  • Was William Miller wrong to find a date for the Second Coming?

  • Should the sanctuary doctrine be dropped?

  • Is Ted Wilson a good man, even though he stripped the Great Controversy of its potency and deceived the church into spreading millions of copies of something devoid of Adventist truth?

  • Does our message need to be more Christ-centered at the cost of teaching less doctrine (less naming of Babylon and the beast when preaching the three angels’ messages of Revelation 14:6-12)?

  • Is the U.N. basically a good thing?

  • Does the pope have good intentions?

If you answer “yes” to any of the above, you might be a Babylonian, or hopefully just a Laodicean under the influence of Babylonian wine. If you answer an emphatic “no” to all of the above, you are likely sighing and crying for the abominations done in the church and are most likely not part of Babylon.

If you sigh and cry too loud, you will probably get kicked out of the organized church. Does that make such a person a non-Adventist? Do such persons lose their salvation because the church has wrongly disfellowshipped them? No! Don’t confound the church with the official organization. The church is made up of individuals, and God came to save SOULS, not a policy structure! The organization is under Babylonian control, but the church as a people is not! Ellen G. White put it this way:

We have our Bibles. We have our experience, attested to by the miraculous working of the Holy Spirit. We have a truth that admits of no compromise. Shall we not repudiate everything that is not in harmony with this truth? {1SM 205.1}[5]

What the Church Is Not Telling You

Let me make it painstakingly clear. International, national, and local laws are all requiring the church to stop discriminating based on gender or sexual orientation this year. If the church does not vote for women’s ordination etc., the organization will be killed by the various levels of government. Bye-bye Seventh-day Adventist Church. The End. Period.

Ted Wilson knows this. Former president Jan Paulsen knows this, and he even admits that the church has been working on this problem for 40 years, and after all that, their solution is WO—or NWO in other words! MANY in leadership know this, but they aren’t telling you. They just say “It’s time! God will punish the church if the church doesn’t vote ‘yes’.”[6] Isn’t it interesting how they “set the time” when the nations speak, but when God speaks, they won’t set the time!?

How will the church vote? Will it vote for (N)WO? Will it vote to marry the world and betray Christ, or will it vote for its own death?

The world must not be introduced into the church, and married to the church, forming a bond of unity. Through this means the church will become indeed corrupt, and as stated in Revelation, “a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.” {TM 265.1}[7]

WolfspeakThe church doesn’t have to BE Babylon to be INDEED CORRUPT, and “a cage of every unclean and hateful bird!” All it has to do is marry the world by voting in favor of women’s ordination, gender-neutral language, and LGBT equality, among other things!

Are you content to hide a corrupt church behind a paper sign with the words “NOT BABYLON” on it? Do you think He who discerns the thoughts and intents of the heart will be pleased with such a sham?

Wake up from your STUPIDITY!

The Omega of Deadly Heresies

The corrupt seed that has been planted in the SDA Church gives rise to the Eastern Star, which is depicted inside the first O of San AntOnio. This is alluded to in the motto, “Arise! Shine! Jesus is coming!” We can be sure that the motto does NOT mean exactly what it says, because the new wording of the 28 Fundamental Beliefs that is to be voted in this Session postpones the Second Coming from “imminent” to only “soon.”[8] It is a blatant contradiction to say in the motto that Jesus is coming in the present tense, while in the same conference saying that He is not coming imminently, but that He will come soon.

Who, then, is the “Jesus” that the motto says “is coming”?

The big Texas star on the brochure is not straight. It is exactly 3° out of alignment. This is an intentional hint to show Freemasons that the star is not really pointing up as it appears—it should be decoded by rotating it 33° according to the degrees of Freemasonry. 3° + 33° = 36°, which is the angle needed to change the normal five-pointed star to the inverted star of the Eastern Rite. The star also appears 18 times on the border of the brochure: 18 = 6 + 6 + 6, and you know whose signature is 666.[9]

The star is related to the triangle, which also has different Masonic meanings depending on its orientation. The brochure shows the Texas star partially overlapping a triangle-shaped structure next to the (phallic) Tower of the Americas in the photograph above it, showing that the triangle relationship has an important meaning in this context.

When you see the point [of the triangle] down, this represents the Deity and is called the Deity’s Triangle or the Water Triangle. The Earthly Triangle or Pyramid Triangle is what it is called when one point is up [as it is in the brochure]. It “symbolizes the PERFECT OR DIVINE MAN.” This quote is not from some heinous Black-hooded Satanist, it comes from a 33rd Degree Masonic author named George Steinmetz [Freemasonry: Its Hidden Meaning, New York, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1948, p. 63, repeated on p. 67]. Freemasonry joins all pagan groups in saying that man can become “divine” or “perfect.” In another book, George returns to this theme once again:

“Be still—and know—that I am God...That I AM GOD—the final recognition of the All in All, the unity of the Self with the Cosmos—the cognition of the DIVINITY OF THE SELF!” [George H. Steinmetz, The Lost Keys of Freemasonry, Richmond, Virginia, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1923, p. 92][10]

This concept of the “divine self” or “god within” is simply the age-old lie of the serpent in Eden:

And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. (Genesis 3:4-5)

The serpent connects the false teaching of the immortal soul with the divinity of the self. Plainly read, the star inside the O of San AntOnio is a Marian star as on Pope Francis’ coat of arms, which symbolizes spiritualism (ye shall not surely die). On the other hand, with its association with the pyramid triangle, it symbolizes the divinity of the self (ye shall be as gods). In a nutshell, it is the O for the Omega of deadly heresies that Ellen G. White warned of:

In the book Living Temple there is presented the alpha of deadly heresies. The omega will follow, and will be received by those who are not willing to heed the warning God has given [the Orion message]. {1SM 200.1}[11]

The alpha of deadly heresies was the pantheistic teaching in Living Temple that says, “God is in all things” (including man). The omega, logically connected, says that “man is God.” This is not just a theory; it is also demonstrated in practice by the decisions of the GC. Setting aside God’s plain word, they assume the prerogative to make man’s own decision of what is right in regard to the issues of gender and sexual orientation.

He referred them to the blessed days of Eden when God pronounced all things “very good.” Then marriage and the Sabbath had their origin, twin institutions for the glory of God in the benefit of humanity. {AH 340.4}[12]

The Sabbath and the family were alike instituted in Eden, and in God’s purpose they are indissolubly linked together. {Ed 250.2}[13]

Then let this, God’s institution of marriage, stand before you as firm as the Sabbath of the fourth commandment. {TSB 159.2}[14]

When man assumes the prerogative to decide on the definition of one of the twin Edenic institutions (marriage), how is that different from assuming the prerogative to decide on the definition of the other twin (the Sabbath)? Do you see how the traitors are acting just like the papacy, thinking to change God’s law? Blasphemy!

Egoism IncarnateIt is clear which “Jesus” the motto is talking about. It is about the god in you. It is about the arising of the cosmic Christ of the New Age, or the divine self, which is personified in Pope Francis, who even “jokes” about himself as “Jesus II.”[15] Unfortunately, this isn’t a problem only with Argentine egos, but also those Adventist egos which look at Ted Wilson (the False Prophet/Protestant) the same way Argentines looks at Pope Francis (the False Christ). This egoism—the opposite of humility—is the expression of the “divine self” in a person.

By contrast, Jesus said:

By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. (John 13:35)

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. (John 15:13)

The disciples of Jesus are not the egoists who will give a punch to whoever insults their mother church, but rather the ones who are willing to die an eternal death for people they’ve never met—like Jesus.

THAT is not Babylon.

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