Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Remember They Always Mark Themselves!

First see:

Why Do "Illuminati" Exposers on Youtube Use "Illuminati" Symbols for Themselves?

A reader send me a picture of this comment.

I went to see his comments too and snipped this myself:

So R$E is NOT a Christian. Even New Agers can say they believe "Christ" is the Messiah"

Let's be frank he named himself "ROUND SATURN EYE".

It can't get much clearer then that. Even David Icke referred to the occult and Satan, most of the disinformationists know that will draw in eyeballs thinking evil is being legitimately exposed. I saw weird stuff on R$E's videos including a segment in one that made no sense, just showing weird pictures with insane music. I felt like it was stuff that would try to brainwash people.


Anonymous said...

Amazing you post this. I started watching this guy a few weeks ago, and then again in the last few days. Though I never read or post youtube comments... why fight satan on his battleground for the masses...

He does seem so genuine, sounds a lot like Russell Brand, but I have been struggling to get my head around some of the concepts he presents and the way he sees things. Such as Christ shattering the projector etc, which is simply not Biblical... where's the atonement for sin? Which is what everything is about. Yet still I will listen to try and fit what he's saying into Scripture.

Even today I was thinking again, why does he keep saying "the father", and never "Our Father" or God? I always keep a sharp ear open for word games. Of course when you are so generic in saying "the father" this could be referring to anyone.

More truth mixed into lies. This is getting so old.

I too belong to no church and never will, but I am a Christian of the little flock. So interesting to see this chap admit that he is not a Christian... case closed, he is simply a deceiver or a follower of a deceptive religion.

Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Claiming not to be a Christian may be just be a matter of semantics, as he has gone on record in recent videos that he does not identify with the prevailing "Christian" church in terms of doctrine and that the Church system as a whole seems to be setting-up people to accept the Antichrist, disguised as an angel of Light or Jesus Christ Himself.

Be careful in accusing him of not being born-again(not saying that you are necessarily). I have personally viewed many of the videos he has put out on YouTube, and I am fairly confident that much truth is presented in the clips, as it lines up with much of my own research and the research that The Cutting Edge has put out over the years. (I am not saying that everything that they put out there should be taken without question automatically-for instance they promote Chuck Missler, L.A. Marzulli and Tom Horn's books-but much of what is presented regarding the Luciferian plan to unite the world under a single religious system in fulfillment of Bible prophecy is solid and I can understand how a fellow Believer may decide to call himself by the title of Christ-Follower over a Christian as a way of differentiating and marking himself as separate from the prevailing "Babylon System").

All of that being said, I would still caution fellow Believers in viewing such material, as he often gets into Kabbalistic numerology and "Biblical" numerology, which I am somewhat uneasy and skeptical of. In all fairness, he seems to be doing this with the best of intentions in pointing out how the other side thinks.

Either way, the Gospel message is clear and concise and was written for all of Mankind so that all of Mankind, regardless of intellectual level or realm of understanding, would be given the chance to repent and be Saved! That being said, I am also uneasy about the Tesseract/Jesus on the Cross as an unfolded Tesseract stuff that is mentioned and the idea that this world is only an artificial construct of an advanced projector run by Satan, as intriguing as the idea is.

I would be sure to ask the Holy Spirit to guide you as you listen to the information presented just in case, as you should already be doing in anything you listen to as a Believer anyway. In saying this I am not casting any judgement on R$E or declaring him to be a false teacher or anything like that_ I believe he has a heart for the Lord, but he may be wrong in some things as we all are. That's why we need to ask God to guide our steps and grant a Hedge of Protection around our minds when we listen to teachers, pastors, evangelists, prophets and really anyone that claims to be a believer in Jesus Christ-the Son of God and God in the Flesh.

Anonymous said...

Anon you said 'I have personally viewed many of the videos he has put out on YouTube, and I am fairly confident that much truth is presented in the clips, as it lines up with much of my own research and the research that The Cutting Edge has put out over the years.' But is it about lining up with your research and The Cutting Edge or is it about lining up with The Bible and God's ways? Just like someone pointed out in Bible Believer's first article where she first mentioned R$E, that hardly ever is any doctrine mentioned in his videos. Someone else mentioned as well that they have to pray before viewing his videos. We should be praying regardless but to have to pray specifically before watching a "believers" video on discernment topics is not normal. Where is the edification? I am not saying he is not saved either. He could just be an immature believer. But in that could be dangerous too. Edifying Others channel, whom I am not in full agreement with in some ways, did a vid on baby Christians not established in doctrine who are trying to warn in these type ministries. They used Vigilant Christian, Mario, as an example. And they were quite accurate there. Could be the same for this R$E fellow. I am of the belief that in order to be in ministry you have to be somewhat mature in the faith. This has nothing to do with being wrong in some things or not, as you stated, but simply being mature enough to have a handle on doctrine. Thats my opinion on the matter.


Bible Believer said...

I heard some weird stuff. I think I will have to watch a video and break it down. I need to find the one that had the brainwash session in the middle of it which added nothing to the video. I have to admit I had discernment of dark things watching the videos even beyond the illuminati logo.

Word games are important.
I think when someone states "I am not a Christian" they are in some sort of cult. He could be immature and caught up in their teachings but marking himself with the logos he does is pretty telling. He could not be a knowing deceiver and even sincere, but the odd word games, semantics and refusing to be called a Chrsitian, is against the Bible.

Acts 11:26

And when he had found him, he brought him unto Antioch. And it came to pass, that a whole year they assembled themselves with the church, and taught much people. And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.

There are groups out there who reject the name Christian but they have other false teachings.

I posted against Cutting Edge a long time ago...


Please read this anon...

and a warning against the pastors who sell out and out numerology.


If he is stating the world is a projector, he has enter New Age land, that is what the movie MATRIX was all about, I saw it when I was an unbeliever.

Bible Believer said...

I'll go through one of his videos later this week, I have to find the one I watched with the disturbing "brainwash" session in it. I was very very troubled.

Anonymous said...

I must admit I became very absorbed by R$E's videos when I discovered them a couple of months back. They are very hypnotic and capture your attention certainly - now that I realise R$E says he is not a Christian I am much more wary. I do think his heart is in the right place, although I believe he may be deceived - I shall pray for him but I certainly shall not be viewing his vids in the same way again. I pray that he truly comes to the one and only true revelation of Jesus Christ and the King James Bible. God Bless.

Anonymous said...

R$S's salvation message is very watered down. Went back and been listening to his videos. His salvation message is basically a call for people to turn to Jesus so that they can have a way out of the Luciferian system. No call to repentance. Hardly ANY mention of sin. On occasion he says we are all sinners. But if you listen very very closely his message is as watered down as Rick Warren's. And the fact that he has all these followers who stick up for him like he's god [have seen a few people question him in the comments] is borderline a red flag. All the New Apostolic Reformation, Emergent Church, Liberal churches etc. ALL speak about Jesus too and yes give a version of the gospel. So people automatically think "Its okay they are talking about Jesus". That does not mean anything. The deception is so bad that you have to really deeply listen to people and how they present Christ. It don't take much to water down the gospel and yet make it sound okay. I do not know what to think about this fellow. But I do think he has some errors.


Bible Believer said...

Anon,I would be careful.I am glad you are going to be more wary of his videos. I hope he is sincere and not controlled op.

Bible Believer said...

Turn to Jesus, yes all the rest of them state that, but don't talk about truly being born again Thanks for that warning Jorge.

Anonymous said...

To say that you are not christian is an odd thing to say if you are infact a christian. Semantics or not.

Romans 1:16

1 peter 4:16

Acts 11:23-26

Anonymous said...

Last thoughts on this R$S fellow. I suppose someone told him about your blog because he put a video out today explaining himself and why he chose his channel's name. He did not mention your blog but in the comments White Rabbit was also mentioned as being exposed as false. You know BB, as much as I wanna give this guy benefit of the doubt, he quoted the book of Enoch in that video. In his likes section on his channel he has several videos he has liked that are nephiliam themed. I've not heard enough of his videos say he never talks about the nephiliam but in the few I have heard he doesn't. But that still does not mean anything if he believes in that fallacy. My final conclusions on this man is that he should be avoided. Even if he is deceived himself and not meaning to deceive he will still lead people wrong. Watered down gospel, gnostic book references, closet nephiliam beliefs, and pure evil imagery are all a recipe to disaster. There was actually a very good rebuke from some wise guy, very potty mouthed, but spoke truth none the less. It was under the comments of one of the recent CERN videos R$S did. Said something to the effect of R$S giving the goods on how to open doors to demons and how to tap into this demonic stuff. R$S accused the fellow of being venomous with his words. If that tells you guys anything. Anyhow, sorry to go on and on, but I saw the video earlier and I wanted to give you and your readers last thoughts. Whether it will help I do not know because the fellow has quite a bit of very snappy defenders of his ministry. I will be offically avoiding his videos. God bless BB.


Bible Believer said...

I'll check that out Jorge. Ugh the book of Enoch is a red flag. I have read parts, I say parts because the Holy Spirit told me to get away from it. I used to see the book of Enoch quoted in esoteric garbage I read as a unbelieving UU. That is a worrisome comment to that one fellow. He put up a video about Prasch I still have to look at and look at that other video. Nephilim stuff to me is a red flag, there are a few sinceres who truly believe it but I am noticing how popular that one is among all the "Christian" "controllers". As you know I reject Nephilim theories and used to write about it more so a long time ago. Thanks for your post.

Anonymous said...

Hello , BB
Your Quote on April 23, to Jorge mentioned Jacob Prasch.

I'm sure you know this. tTat Jacob Prasch is of the Calvary Chapel line. He defends them. He hates the KJV. He rips into Gail Riplinger with ad hominem attacks in a video online. Jacob Prasch - Bible Versions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz08cY14Gqc

Ecumenical, Catholic Kathryn Kuhlman was a part of that crowd also. I just recently found a video of Sid Roth on Kathryn Kuhlman's 1970s show "I Believe In Miracles. He was on talking about his "conversion" experience. Sid was into new age. I realized that Sid uses the intro "Do You Believe In Miracles" on his show. I believe he got it from Kathryn Kuhlman.

If you can stomach Kathryn, here is the link.
Sid Roth with Kathryn Kuhlman at “I Believe in Miracles" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B6DjfmshwQ