You’re watching Drunken Glory Tours.
Interesting video [it's full of occult symbols for those with "eyes" to see, as well as subtle and very obvious stuff]. Is that a pentagram draw on the halo of David Vaughan? Look carefully.
They dress as friars ,hey why not make the Catholic false contemplative links clear, with a dash of their usual praise for intoxicants that permeates their videos? The girl holding a copy of the book, "The Incorruptibles", says it all, that book is about Catholic "saints" who die and have bodies that do not decay. The clueless people having in many cases occult symbols draw on their faces in markers are to be pitied for their lack of discernment. Is that two men kissing, blowing up a condom like a balloon? [it flashes quick]. The disgusting praise of drunkenness and equating it with the Holy Spirit in a blasphemous way: 'the toking the holy ghost" message continues in this video as well. They know exploiting drug use is a way to get the kids to like them and join the luciferian parade. These men show out and out demonic involvement mocking the holy things of God. The very fact anyone takes them as serious is astonishing but that is how deep the deception has gone today.
If anyone wants to see how far the churches have fallen away then go research John Crowder's group further, they call themselves the New Mystics and are related to the "Sons of Thunder" movement. Many ask is this a "put on"? It sure seems that way, but they have many followers who see them as a legitimate group. They basically are extreme Emergent Charismatics who push false mysticism and signs and wonders under a "Christian" veneer. if you want to see false counterfeit Christianity in all its loathsomeness, this group sums up many of the bad trends out there in one spot.
Definitely this is all counterfeit stuff, which the Crowder specializes in, including as one can even see on the video above, gold leaf appearing in Bibles and other tricks.
From the onset of the present-day prophetic movement, the emergence of this company of forerunners has been a hot topic. Prophetic voices such as Bob Jones, Paul Cain, Rick Joyner, Mike Bickle, Jack Deere and countless others have heralded the advancement of an end-time generation that would demonstrate signs and wonders like never before in history.
Reading the history of Crowders on their website, is interesting, his wife, Lily Crowder, who works in his ministry, from what I see on their website, talks about an interesting connection. She was raised in the Jesus Movement and as a child and teen heard Lonnie Frisbee preach:
When I was six, the famous hippie evangelist Lonnie Frisbee (who helped to start both the Calvary Chapel and Vineyard movements) was speaking at our church, which doubled as a Christian commune. That was when I responded to give my life to the Lord.
Later, at the age of 15, Lonnie was at a home group meeting I attended. I remember him calling me out specifically with a word of knowledge and I was baptized with the Holy Spirit. I fell to the floor shaking. I was the only one in the room that this happened to, and I didn’t know what hit me. I had never been around this type of thing in my teenage years. I was not expecting it, and I remember crying a lot. When the power of God hits you, you don’t care about anything else in that moment.
Where are the fruits of the Holy Spirit among the "Drunken Glory tour"? There are none, Christians should head for the hills even thinking of 1 Cor 5:11 and those who want to equate the Holy Spirit with inebriation.
Just the fact these guys can tour mocking God, and teaching these things with nary a word from the Christan community, tells us how lukewarm things have gotten, I was in shock to see this paragraph from a Jackie Alnor article reviewing John Crowder's book "The New Mystics":
While she gets many facets of this movement correct, to me this statement is unbelievable: so called "christian" mystics [remember the mysticism is Catholic and contemplative in flavor] are not Christians nor showing any Christian fruits.
I can say they are definite tares. Have no problem with it. In Crowder's case, I have seen videos where the man shows major signs of possession . Watch this one:
"With that in mind, we can’t say whether the author of “The New Mystics” is a tare or a wheat. Nor can we say with authority what the final resting place is for the mystics he uplifts throughout the book. All we can do is test all
things and hold fast to that which is good and reject what is false. Jesus said, “by their fruit you will know them."
Talk about being lukewarm in the face of object evil. Talk about not even being able to call a spade a spade. So wonder folks like Crowder and his so called "Sons of Thunder" have blown the church doors wide open to full blown satanic infiltration and open blasphemy of God.