PSA Concerning Certain Conspiracy Theories Being Promoted in High Places...

Krissa Lox

If you have no idea what I'm talking about here, be glad and don't worry about it. I'm not trying to start up a discussion with this, I just feel led to say a few things in case it helps anyone who might be struggling with peer pressure concerning some odd things going around targeting the Christian community.

"Have faith in humanity" and "Have faith in yourself" are NOT in the Bible. They're actually pretty much the opposite of what the Bible teaches.

Cyrus and Alexander were pagan kings who amassed great armies to conquer many nations, including the Holy Land. They were not holy in any way. They also had great reverence of Babylon.

Historically there has been a "god of lightning" who has been the head of pagan pantheons of multiple empires that also amassed great armies to conquer many nations, including the Holy Land. Again as a strike against what was holy, not in any way promoting holiness.

One of these empires thought they could get away with killing Jesus, who then put them in their place saying "Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were given thee from above" (John 19:11)

Yes, God wins in the end, but not the "god" this scam is preaching.

God is not in the "storm" (1 Kings 19:11-13), but His Word will protect you from it (Matthew 7:15-27)


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Hmmm. I haven't heard anyone talking about this, but I'm not well informed. I'll keep an eye out, thanks...

Krissa Lox

Hmmm. I haven't heard anyone talking about this, but I'm not well informed. I'll keep an eye out, thanks...
I'm usually not that well-informed either as far as current society goes, but this particular group engages in intentional media warfare (like literally referring to themselves as "keyboard warriors") and attacks other Christians who don't agree with them, including my ministry of helping disabled and low-income people, so they annoy me.

For the most part, they seem to talk and behave like jihadists misusing Christ's name, but I suspect there's some amount of genuinely faithful believers who get caught up in things due to having legitimate frustrations with the "worldliness" of the world but lacking in the Bible knowledge and spiritual strengthening to approach things through Christ rather than through flesh.

Krissa Lox

As a further heads up, this particular group was issued an operative command last night to initiate organized "target practice" with "information warfare," so weird things might start coming up in media channels, but so far I haven't seen anything that isn't easily countered by solid Bible knowledge so I probably don't need to go into details.

I have seen some postings promote the thought that the Bible isn't the -whole- truth and that there's more God wants us to know to be able to follow His will (ie: Gnosis), that we should seek through research, meditation, and detoxifying our bodies to be more open to the vibrations of the universe, while also conspicuously not suggesting prayer, but those are often also accompanied by references to babylonian mythologies and mystic arts, and a need to unite against secret alien overlords who want to abuse the human race rather than letting it develop its true potential (seeming much like the garden conversation between the serpent and Eve), so I don't think that particular fringe is as likely to be populated by sincere Bible believers who are simply being misled, which is what I'm mostly concerned about.

I do have some concerns in having seen a lot of the people following this unknown voice of command claim to be armed and agitated and expressing readiness for "activation," but they're also openly posting all this on official government communication channels so it's not a hidden faction going unaccounted for.

Krissa Lox

Ok, one last update (unless something extreme happens to lead otherwise) as I think I finally found the convergence point of what's going on with this.

Basically there's a "god of lightning" commanding followers through the internet and influencing events with an end goal that seems to be building a stargate in Babylon to be able to leave earth to escape evil, uncaring alien oppressors...

So, speculation on my part, maybe Satan might be manipulating human affairs in an attempt to gain technology to try to leave this world before the Lord comes back to execute judgement, but the Lord's not going to allow it so chaos ensues past our level of human comprehension to deal with.

Which of course is a very unsettling idea to our modern sensibilities, but the Bible indicates the devil would have both the power and self-interest to pursue such a thing and events in both the Bible and recorded history could align with previous iterations of such a campaign, and logically what else better does he have to do with his time during millennia of imprisonment here, so why not?

Not trying to be weird or start up conspiracy theories of my own here, just concluding my thought processes on it as this had been really agitating me before and causing great anxiety seeing people go outright militant over this heresy, but now I have some measure of peace on it in feeling that whatever this situation is, God is taking care of it and will take care of us in the process, too.

He is the Great Shepherd who goes before us to lead us to safe pastures and protect us from evil, not one who pushes us into holy wars on His behalf while He stays hidden, and certainly not keeping Himself veiled behind cryptic messages on a computer screen.

On a lighter note, I have to admit having some intellectual curiosity about why would the idea of a "stargate" remain persistent when we've achieved rocket technology which would seem like a more reasonable path to extraterrestrial travel to pursue for those who are looking to go there, but then I'm reminded from Genesis 3:24 that the entry to Eden is guarded by a "flaming sword which turned every way," which does sound a bit stargate-ish in itself, and the particular letter of the alphabet that this cult identifies by also bears like similarity to a sword in a circle, so hey, maybe there are stargates after all...

Probably the more important takeaway, though, is the reminder that the devil's been around a very long time and most likely knows a whole lot of things about the world that humans haven't yet been given access to, and we probably don't give enough credit to that to keep world events in proper perspective. Chances are he both thinks and acts on a much larger scale than how we perceive his influence in our personal trials and tribulations. Not that we should live in fear, but that a more correct valuation of our adversary highlights all the more the power and glory and love of our God that protects us from him.

Krissa Lox

And unfortunately further extremeness has happened...

Now being added to the rhetoric is the idea that Jesus is really the son of Lucifer rather than the son of God, that churches have all been lying to us for millennia, and that Christianity itself is a Satanic cult.

While, of course, people saying stupid stuff on the internet is nothing new to normally have to be worried about, the context here is more concerning in that these are armed, angry people openly organizing in public channels expressing a desire to forcefully overthrow the government out of some acquired belief that the government is all secret Satan worshipers selling us out to evil alien overlords (you don't have to take my word for that, they post openly in the comments of the President's tweets, from which you can see from their profiles and hashtags how they talk among themselves.** i just don't post specifics here because i don't know if their fervor or sophistication goes as far as data-mining public forums to find opposition and i don't want to chance putting CGA at risk if possible), if this violent sentiment gets further extended to seriously believing the church to be part of this Satanic plot, well, governments have military to protect them but churches do not.

Not wanting to be alarmist without having direct proof of anything, and it's possible that the Lord could cause this particular line of rabble-rousing to fizzle out before it does any real harm, so maybe --hopefully-- nothing tragic will come of it. But I feel pretty certain that whatever this chaos is happening now in the world, it's not just politics, so stay safe and stay in prayer. Love your families, look after your local communities, and keep focus on what's truly and eternally important.

** EDIT: If anyone does want to go through public tweet comments but without being subjected to all the vulgarity that goes on there, you can find a lot of this particular group's posts by quickly scrolling through looking for images of frogs to avoid having to read through a lot of verbal garbage. And don't do this with children in the room because there are also very vile images being posted, too. Not just immoral kind of vile, but dark-web quality images of cruelly abused children kind of vile. Really, this is not a normal internet political debate.
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