Two Seedline Special Notices

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 22

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 22

As we make our presentation this evening, we shall see Clifton offer a defense of Bertrand L. Comparet, Wesley A. Swift, William P. Gale and Nord Davis. While we can defend these men for their profession of what we call Two-Seedline, we do not have to agree with everything which they taught or said. Rather, we must understand that they were merely men, and that while their studies have helped us tremendously, they were also imperfect, and it is our duty to improve upon their teachings where they themselves fell short. As Paul had said, we all sin – or make mistakes – and therefore we all fall short of the glory of God. But that is not an excuse to be slothful in our scholarship, or to cleave to errors for the sake of men.

I have told this story in various ways in the past, but now I am going to summarize it again: When I became acquainted with Christian Identity in 1997, for about a year I read and appreciated Swift, Comparet, and a host of other Identity writers to whom I am indebted. But when I decided to study it seriously, I wanted to prove it for myself. So by the end of 1998 I set aside all of the Christian Identity materials so that I could concentrate solely on Scripture, language and historical studies that would either prove or destroy what I had read from those other writers. While I did continue to purchase some Identity books and pamphlets after that time, it was mostly only so that I could give them to others who wanted to learn.

Around that same time, I was introduced to the writings of Clifton Emahiser by a good friend and long-time student of Christian Identity named Ralph Daigle. So at Ralph’s insistence, I began to read Clifton’s Watchman’s Teaching Letters. Some time later I became involved with Clifton, after I wrote him several times to contend with him on certain topics. Soon, our relationship grew out of the common understanding that we were both interested in getting to the truth of the matters of Scripture and Christian Identity, and especially Two-Seedline. But even then, I had no concept of what we might accomplish, or how far our relationship would grow.

Over the ensuing years, Clifton and I, along with a couple of other friends, had exchanged letters both evaluating and debating many of the common Identity teachings which were popular at the time, and which are still popular today. Among these are the so-called “6th and 8th Day Creation theory” and the idea that the creation of non-White races is recorded in Scripture. After a great deal of study and discussion of these issues, we now reject those concepts completely, even though they were taught by both Swift and Comparet. While Swift and Comparet taught the so-called “6th and 8th Day Creation theory”, others in Christian Identity who have rejected the notion that the adamic man of Genesis chapter 1 represents the other races have nevertheless conjectured that those other races are found in the chay ‘erets, or beast of the earth, mentioned in that same chapter. We also reject that notion as both unscholarly and unscriptural.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 21

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 21

Last week our program was prerecorded, and I must apologize that a file error prevented it from playing on our first stream. But we have four streams on which we play our live programs, and according to our logs the recording had played fine on the other three streams. So I apologize to the people who complained that they listened to the introductory music and never heard the podcast, but I wish they had tried switching to another stream because they would have heard it, and that is one reason why we have four streams, just in case one of them happens to fail. As much as we do this, on a tight budget and a staff of one, there are bound to be some failures.

So my wife Melissa and I were at Shelbyville, Tennessee for the #WhiteLivesMatter rally last weekend, and I hope to discuss that at length here tomorrow evening. But for now I will explain just one of the things that happened to us last Friday evening, but I cannot promise that I won’t repeat it tomorrow when I discuss the rally itself. I may indeed repeat myself.

I prerecorded last Friday’s podcast so that I could take the time in the evening to go out to the facility that had been rented by the League of the South for members attending the event. Not only were League members staying there, but also some of the people from the Traditional Worker’s Party – Matthew Heimbach’s group – and other so-called “Hard Right” groups that attended the rally.

Here lies the danger of ecumenism, that even when disparate groups seem to have the same objectives, if they have different foundational beliefs they will also have radically different views regarding the execution and the fulfillment of those objectives, and there will ultimately be dissension and discord.

I do not remember how the debate started, but I met a young man from the Traditional Worker’s Party who was arguing with me in defense of negros. I found it difficult to believe that anyone would argue in defense of negroes at a #WhiteLivesMatter rally, but that was what he was doing. He believes that Yahweh our God created negros, and that negros are men but only a little different from us, men who could even choose to “come to Christ and be saved”, as he put it. And this is the failure of traditionalism, but it is also the failure of the Kinist movement, which is a sort of obscure semi-Christian racialism that is blended together with Calvinism.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 20

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 20

There are generally good Christian Identity brethren in our social circles, both near and remote, who are what we may consider to be old-time Identity Christians. This is true even if they have only been aware of Identity relatively recently, and has nothing to do with how long they have been involved with it. Many of them are Aryan Nations members. While we know them from Social Media, they frequently seem to stay away from our work here at Christogenea because we upset some of their traditions, and especially things such as the 6th & 8th Day Creation theory which was espoused by Wesley Swift and Bertrand Comparet. They also sometimes seem reluctant to embrace us into their fellowship, and they are even much more reluctant to listen to our messages, for that same reason. But these things which they cling to, these things which frequently preclude them from studying our work, are the traditions of men, and they are not necessarily what is taught by Scripture. Tonight, with Clifton's presentation, we are going to see an example and an indirect admission of this very thing which had once come from the mouth of Pete Peters.

Without an understanding of what we call Two-Seedline, and what we also think should be called Two-Treeline, and the way that we teach it at Christogenea, there is no possibly complete understanding of the true importance of the issue of race in Scripture. You cannot imagine that there are other races of so-called “people” among the creations of Yahweh our God if in the parables of Christ we are told that there are not. For example, in the net of the Kingdom of Heaven there are only Israelites which are called good fish and all others are only bad fish, which are destined to be destroyed, however nothing which Yahweh created in Genesis was designated for that particular purpose. Then these other supposed people are described elsewhere as the goat nations which shall ultimately share the same fate as “the devil and his angels”, as Christ Himself had professed in Matthew chapters 13 and 25 and as He had also illustrated differently in other parables elsewhere. So if your Genesis interpretation is not consistent with the Parables and the Revelation of Christ and the prophets of Yahweh, then you had better rethink your interpretation.

The 6th & 8th day Creation Theory is dead. We killed it here four years ago when we presented the first few parts of our series titled Pragmatic Genesis. Clifton had already embarked on that endeavor in his earlier papers on The Only True Adam of Genesis 1:26-27 & 2:7, (Part #1 and Part #2), which he wrote several years before that. He might give me some credit for helping him, but this was an issue we wrestled with and studied in depth and engaged in correspondence for several years early in our ministries. There was only one Adam created in Genesis, and our later presentations on the subject prove that beyond all doubt. We have gone over every point of grammar and context in Scripture to prove our position, and in a way that the adherents to the 6th & 8th Day Creation theory cannot honestly refute. They might realize that only if they take the time to study the issues.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 19

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 19

Yahshua Christ informed us in His Gospel that He came to reveal things kept secret from the foundation of the world. He uttered those words while giving us the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, and informing us that the tares – which are evidently wicked people who cannot ever be reformed – were planted by the devil. Shortly after saying those things, Yahshua Christ declared that “Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.” Then much later, in Revelation chapter 12, we learn from Yahshua Christ that there was a rebellion against Yahweh God at some time in the past, as the description of that rebellion uses language that is explicitly in the past tense. So we learn that a third of the host of heaven were cast down to earth and that their place was found no more in heaven. The leader of that host was identified with labels such as the great dragon, that old serpent, the Devil, and Satan.

Perhaps 1,500 years before Yahshua Christ had revealed those things to us in both prophecy and parable, the Genesis account was recorded by Moses under the inspiration of Yahweh. We know that Genesis was written by Moses, because Christ Himself attributed it to Moses. That account also contains both prophecy and parable, as well as historical chronicles. In Genesis we see an entity that was already present in the Garden of Eden when Adam was first placed there, and which is identified as a serpent. This serpent of Genesis chapter 3 must be “that old serpent” of Revelation chapter 12, as the language insists upon identifying for us a particular serpent, “that old serpent”, and there is no other “old serpent” in Scripture which may be identified in such a manner.

Elsewhere in the parables of Christ we have an entire race identified as serpents, and there is a race of serpents in the words of John the Baptist from before Christ had even begun His ministry, and we also have goat nations, which are distinguished from sheep nations. These terms do not describe individuals of one religion or idea or another, but nations which shall ultimately be distinguished on sight. But in the descriptions in Genesis, Yahweh God created one race: the Adamic race, and the entire Adamic race is assured of preservation in Christ, as Paul of Tarsus had said, “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.” So ostensibly, none of the race of Adam can possibly be goats or goat nations as they are described in Matthew chapter 25. Instead, the goats must be those tares of the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, since the tares are all going to be destroyed, and since the fate of the goat nations is the “everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels”. With this it becomes evident, that the origin of the goat nations must be the same as the origin of the tares, as Yahweh God denies them, and has never taken credit for having created them. Yet they have the same fate as “the devil and his angels”.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 18

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 18

Melissa and I have spent the past week at the home of Clifton Emahiser, and with the help of many friends, packing his library and computers in order to move him to Florida, and going through all of his papers in order to determine what items of import should be preserved. We hope to leave Ohio on Tuesday morning, and it will probably take three days to drive home as we do not want to subject Clifton to too many hours on the highway at one time. Clifton has had countless correspondences and unfortunately it is not feasible to save most of them. He also has countless books and pamphlets, and we are packing the greater portion of them. If I had to guess, we will be transporting a literal ton of books, which are already packed into many dozens of large cartons. At first I thought we could move only the essential materials with a single 6'x12' trailer, and now we have also rented a 15' truck. Of course, Clifton is well and we have his help with this endeavor even if he cannot pack the boxes himself.

One night earlier this week, going through some of the cartons of old ministry-related letters and papers which we brought up from Clifton's basement, I found a letter which Clifton had written to Ted Weiland in June of 1997. I somehow doubt that it is the first letter which Clifton had written to Weiland, and there were a couple of others, but this is the earliest letter which we found. Here, because it is related to this topic of two-seedline, and because Clifton has been addressing Weiland throughout this series, we are going to read Clifton's 1997 letter...

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 17

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 17

As I wrote many years ago in a paper titled The Race of Genesis 10, We are only going to travel the history of this planet once. There are no second chances. Therefore it is our obligation to correctly identify the parties mentioned in our Scriptures, and to correctly determine the roles that the races and families which we may call men are fulfilling as history unfolds. We can only properly fulfill our Christian duty by meeting this obligation. There are Wheat and there are Tares. There are Sheep and there are Goats. There are Caterpillars, Cankerworms, Palmerworms and Locusts and we are told that they would all devour the children of Yahweh in the last days. But Christians are nevertheless warned to “come out from among them”, and “touch not the unclean”, to be a “chosen race... a holy nation, [and] a peculiar people”.

If we understand the identity of the Sheep, how can we fulfill our obligations if we do not understand the identities of the Goats, the Tares, the Caterpillars, the Cankerworms, the Palmerworms and the Locusts? And what are all of these aliens which have been brought in among us in the last fifty or sixty years, if they are not the Caterpillars, the Cankerworms, the Palmerworms and the Locusts? What are they, if they are not the flood from the mouth of the Genesis chapter 3 and Revelation chapter 12 serpent? Having visited most of the eastern United States these last three months, it certainly seems as though we have been flooded in such a manner. As we have said here in recent weeks, we are caught up in a war against our race, resulting from the enmity of Genesis 3:15, and there is no middle ground in this war.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 16

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 16

Melissa and I leave for Ohio in the morning, hoping to see Clifton Emahiser complete his physical therapy so that we may relocate him to Florida. Clifton seems to be in good spirits and is looking forward to the move and to having our company.

Here in our Bible studies I would not normally offer a summary of things I have said in a Saturday program which mostly concerns recent political and social issues. But on this occasion, to begin with such a summary may be appropriate.

Last week, presenting our recent program In the Wake of Charlottesville, I began with a discussion of the historic basis in America for what is now called White Nationalism. Now let me state that when I use the term nationalism I am referring to a strictly ethnic nationalism and not any false so-called civic nationalism. Ethnic nationalism is the only valid form of nationalism, and civic nationalism is entirely artificial, unnatural, and can only be enforced by tyranny. It is empiricism and not nationalism at all.

So I began by explaining that the American Union was first founded for the benefit of a particular group of White and Christian men and for their posterity, meaning their descendants. That fact alone demonstrates that this Union was originally intended to benefit one particular race of people exclusive of all others. Then I explained that when that element of the Union was undermined following the War of Northern Aggression, even some of the Yankee states had refused to ratify the constitutional amendments which facilitated such a treachery. Later, speaking of more recent events, I showed that even within the last decade modern international courts and treaties recognized the rights of a people to self-determination based upon “traditions and culture, ethnicity, historical ties and heritage, and a sense of identity or kinship”, among other things.

As I had also explained last Saturday, I did not make such a presentation because I think that we are going to achieve justice based on the ideals expressed by governments, but rather, I wanted to demonstrate the hypocrisy of the current liberal establishment, which only a few years ago bombed a certain European nation to uphold those very ideals which White Nationalists espouse today. The world is hypocritical. We must understand that we have no political solution. But my purpose was to show that Nationalists do indeed stand on principles which have been recognized throughout history.

So I made that presentation with the purpose to demonstrate some of the historical basis for Nationalism. It is only with an understanding of that basis that we can realize just how far the world which we now perceive through the media has departed from historic norms. But the world was not always perceived as we now perceive it.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 15

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 15

Here we are going to continue our presentation of Clifton Emahiser’s series of Special Notices as we prepare to travel once again, this time to Ohio to assist Clifton upon his release from medical care. We hope to bring him back here to our home in Florida as it is increasingly difficult for him to survive on his own.

As we have presented this series of essays, we have done our best to stress the importance of having a proper interpretation of Scripture from our Christian Identity perspective. This is not a game or a joke. This is not something to be taken lightly. We cannot afford to go halfway to the truth and stop, as if halfway is good enough. We cannot afford to be wrong on the issue of the nature of our enemies, which are also the enemies of our God, or about what is happening to us in all of our Christian nations this very day, or on the question of the non-White so-called races. But for all the time that we have been writing and preaching about this, and I speak for Clifton as well as myself, we are hindered by men who claim to be Identity Christians like us, but who refuse to actually identify anything properly.

So we have criticized Ted Weiland, Stephen Jones and others who deny the truth of Two-Seedline, and we have added criticisms of Eli James, who claims to accept Two-Seedline, but muddies the waters with his rather ambiguous views on race. He makes himself no better than a Ted Weiland or a Stephen Jones because he refuses to admit that the other races, the goat nations, all have the same fate as the devil and his angels. So he makes a third category of so-called people, something which is not found in Scripture.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 14

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 14

As we have made these presentations of Clifton's Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, we have made a preface each week to discuss some of the challenges we face in the conduct of our ministry. Here we shall attempt to explain the importance of understanding what we had presented at the beginning of our last segment: that all Israel is saved, that all Adamic men have a guarantee of eternal life.

Once it is realized that this is what the Scripture actually teaches, that as Paul had said in 1 Corinthians chapter 15, “22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive”, only then may we realize the true importance of obedience to the law, love for one another, mercy and forgiveness. So in Romans chapter 9 Paul explained that the children of Jacob are “vessels of mercy”, while the children of Esau are “vessels of destruction”. Then in the letters of Peter and Jude we learn that the non-Adamic people among us are “spots in our feasts of charity” and “evil beasts made to be taken and destroyed”. As Christ explained in Matthew chapter 25, all of the sheep nations enter into the Kingdom of God, and all of the goat nations enter into the same fires of destruction prepared for the devil and his angels.

Origin and Destiny are inseparably connected. Genesis is a book of origin and we see two metaphorical trees, the Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Christ said in the Gospel that a good tree cannot produce bad fruit, and neither can a bad tree produce good fruit. The Revelation is a book of struggle and destiny, and in the end there is only one tree standing, the Tree of Life. We can identify the sheep nations in history, and wherever they have been they have brought forth the fruits of the Kingdom of God. We can also identity the goat nations, and in the end “they shall be as though they have never been”, as it says in Obadiah. They are not written in the Book of Life, since that there is no mention of Yahweh ever having created them in Scripture, and the words of Yahweh and Gospel of Christ are the Word of Life (Philippians 2:16, 1 John 1:1).

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 13

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 13

The matter of salvation is continually disputed by presumed Identity Christians, and those disputes are fraught with emotional arguments by people who are steeped in the teachings of the traditional churches, teachings which are often incorrect. Furthermore, the disputants are quite frequently invested with a desire to judge sinners for themselves, rejecting the judgement of Yahweh God if it does not agree with their own judgement. So they make what should be a rather simple doctrine into something very complicated, they end up with a proverbial bowl of spaghetti, and then they even disfellowship one another in their persistent arguing over the details of their own constructions. But the matter of salvation should be a simple issue, and it should not be at all complicated, if only we would accept and believe the Word of God.

The the biggest problem I see within the general Christian Identity community is indeed the fact that most of its adherents, as well as most of its preachers, have come from Judeo-Christian denominational churches. In turn, most of them have brought many of the doctrines of those denominational churches along with them on their Christian Identity journey. The Roman Catholic idea of heaven and hell comes straight from the beliefs of the Pharisees, and was retained in one form or another by the denominational churches. Many presumed Identity pastors have never let go of their seminary training, and that also exacerbates the divisions among Identity Christians.

So at Christogenea we suffer disputes, and we are even trolled and slandered on Social Media over this issue. Rather oddly, the same individuals who troll us on this issue do not troll or slander Jews, Catholics or Evangelicals for what they believe. However we have also observed one important aspect in the thinking of the people who dispute with us on this issue, and that is that they all have this idea that one verse of Scripture somehow actually cancels out what is said in another verse of Scripture. That is not the correct way to approach the Word of Yahweh our God, and as soon as anyone is infested with such a bone-headed idea they cannot ever divide the Word of God correctly.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 12

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 12

I have often said that we cannot read the prophecies of God and foresee the future, and I stand by that statement today. The prophecy was not given so that we can foresee the future, but it was given so that we can look back and see its fulfillment, and know that God is true. However what we can see in the inspired prophecy of Scripture is the expectation that we should have as Christians. Thereby knowing what our Christian expectations should be, we can live our lives accordingly, seeking to edify one another, and to please Yahweh our God. The old adage is true, that Christians must live in the world, but should not be of the world. Our expectations must be in the salvation of our God, and not in the salvation which is of the world, which once and again has led only to our further enslavement.

Throughout this series I have been picking on Ted Weiland, and rightly so because Identity Christians must learn to see through this charlatan. Of course, much of Clifton’s original critique in this Special Notices series is in answer to Weiland’s lies and misinformation concerning Two-Seedline, but his error is far deeper than that. Here is the perfect example of someone who is supposedly awakened to our collective plight as a people, yet has his head so firmly buried in his own hinder-parts that he cannot see the conflict of interests in his own opinions. Now, aside from what Clifton has already done, I would not give him any attention as he is no different than the rest of American clergy, except that he calls himself a “Christian Identity” pastor, and as he does, he leads a fair portion of the sheep down the path to perdition. So for this reason I must continue to chastise him.

As I got ready to prepare for this presentation, I went to check out Weiland’s Facebook page to see what he has been saying recently. He does have a lot of decent-sounding rhetoric about Godly government, but his general attitude exhibits a desire to reform the government we have rather than to appeal to Christ as King. So I found a post where Weiland expressed concern over so-called “revolving door issues” at the federal Department of Justice, attached to an article which speculated as to whether Wall Street was either bullying or bribing federal prosecutors. Then there was a post promoting a book reviewed at a political website about gratuitous government spending, or so-called “pork barrel” legislation. Weiland used this to launch a diatribe against the American Constitution, which he seems to make an almost daily habit. Then there was something he posted about government-controlled healthcare, and something else about tax reform, where Weiland said “Let's talk about real tax reform, biblical tax reform.”

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 11

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Because of many of the things which we profess at Christogenea which are so vastly different from the various Biblical interpretations of the denominational churches, we are constantly embroiled in conflict. And it amazes me that those who disagree with us often simply refuse to go away. Instead they are actually hurt, they become emotionally involved, and they begin to troll us relentlessly, even to the point of spreading slander and cursing us on Social Media websites. If they were truly Christians, then they should forget about us, wipe the dust from their feet, and instead redirect the same zeal towards the enemies of Christ, so that we would all be better off. However when we examine these people, it almost always becomes manifest that they have some sort of sin in their lives which they are attempting to justify, whether it be a mamzer wife, or mamzer grandchildren, or sometimes that even they are bastards attempting to fit themselves into the Christian Identity community. So long as our ministry exists, their consciences cannot rest because we stand against their sin, and they are continually reminded by our presence that they themselves cannot be justified. So they are angry and attack us seeking to discredit our message.

Among these matters of conflict is our consistent profession of the fact that only people of the White Adamic race will see the Kingdom of Heaven, and all others are consigned to the Lake of Fire at the end of the age. However Yahshua Christ Himself said that “unless a man should be born from above, he is not able to see the Kingdom of Yahweh”, as it is recorded in John chapter 3. An examination of Scripture reveals that Adam was the son of Yahweh, and that only our Adamic race is “born from above”, of both water and of the Spirit of Yahweh. In the Genesis account of Creation, Yahweh took credit for the creation of one race only: the Adamic race, and only they are instilled with His heavenly Spirit. So our enemies often claim that the other races were described as having been created as “beasts”, in Genesis chapter 1. That is not at all true, but their dishonesty really becomes apparent when they get to the New Testament and claim that the other races, which they said were created as beasts, are now somehow “men”. That is universalism by the back door, while those same people who hold such a perverted view also claim that they are not universalists. We have fully demonstrated the role of the non-Adamic races in Scripture, in five segments of our Pragmatic Genesis series. I simply cannot repeat all of that here. In the end, in the last chapters of the Revelation, the City of God is described as having twelve gates, and upon those gates are written the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel. Nobody else will be able to enter into that city. Unless a man is born from above he shall not see the Kingdom of Yahweh, either from within or from without. One is either a sheep or a goat, and by that time all of the goat nations shall be cast into the Lake of Fire.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 10

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 10

I am always hearing complaints of the bickering which goes on between various teachers, factions or adherents of Christian Identity. In my opinion, we have this bickering because Identity Christians themselves are so slow to study further once they think they have some truth, so quick to defend what they think is true at any cost, and even with this they nevertheless tend to compromise with people who wear the same labels but do not necessarily carry the same beliefs. We create sects because we do not study, and we argue because we tolerate those who refuse to study further and come to terms with greater truths.

When I began my studies in Christian Identity, through correspondence with friends such as David Gray and Clifton Emahiser and dialogues that led to a need for deeper studying, it slowly became evident that the so-called 6th & 8th Day Creation Theory advanced by earlier Identity teachers had some serious flaws, and that even pillars of Christian Identity such as Wesley Swift and Bertrand Comparet often contradicted themselves in their sermons on eschatology where the non-Adamic races came into question. Of course, I didn't realize for some years the amount of arguing that such a realization would bring.

Today, as the Camp of the Saints is overrun by the enemies of God, and as there are more and more Tares found amongst the Wheat, the issue of race in Scripture is more important than ever before. We have to get it right, and the bickering will not cease until Identity Christians understand that they can no longer accept the clowns who wish to destroy us by obfuscating the distinctions that are outlined in the Word of Yahweh our God.

After much study, introspection, correspondence and debate, whereby we had examined and discussed all of the related Biblical issues over a period of several years, it is in my estimation that perhaps as early as 2002 both Clifton Emahiser and myself became more and more convinced of our current position that Yahweh did not create the other races as we know them, and that those other races must have originated as corruptions spawned in rebellion from Yahweh. While Clifton often mentioned or alluded to the possibility, at least as early as 2003, in 2005 in my Broken Cisterns essays I openly posited the notion that the other so-called races here on earth are the product of the corruption of the fallen angels. Since then, both Clifton and I have studied the matter rather persistently, and I remain convinced that it is true.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 9

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 9

The Camp of the Saints is surrounded by the enemies of Yahweh our God, who are also the historical enemies of our Adamic race, and while these prophesies concerning the last days are being fulfilled before our very eyes, among Christians, there are multiple levels of deceit. The first is, of course, all of those Judaized Christians who seem to be oblivious to the fact that there is a problem. Then there are the anti-seedliners who may understand that we are in a time of trouble, but they refuse to properly identify the enemies, and they refuse to acknowledge that the other races dwelling amongst us are nothing more than a scourge for our disobedience, by which Yahweh our God has permitted His enemies to assail us, much like the story of Job. Yahweh permitted Satan to try Job, and Job prevailed because he never accused God for his troubles. Finally, there are those who claim to know the enemy, but who fail to properly draw the lines. The other races amongst us are not people. Rather, they are the caterpillars, cankerworms, palmerworms and locusts of the prophecy of Joel, they are the beasts of Isaiah chapter 56 who are called to arise and devour as the watchmen dumbly sit by like dogs tending to their own bellies.

When a rodeo clown such as Ted Weiland sends Bibles to Nigerians, we end up with niggers supposing themselves to be Christians. Then once we accept the concept that a nigger can be a Christian, how do we prohibit them from marrying White Christian women? Our own Scriptures are then used against us. So now we know why the Word of Yahweh says in Deuteronomy chapter 28 that for our disobedience “32 Thy sons and thy daughters shall be given unto another people, and thine eyes shall look, and fail with longing for them all the day long: and there shall be no might in thine hand.” Where it says “another people”, these are Ted Weiland's niggers, or Eli James' Mexicans, and by sending them Bibles Weiland assists the enemy, when instead it was his duty to teach the nature of sin and the need for repentance to the sheep of God's pasture! Ted has abandoned his true responsibility and bragged about making Christians out of beasts. He is a pastor for Satan and a minister of death no matter what he preaches about the twelve tribes and their history. In ancient times, the false prophets also knew of the history of Israel, and when fire came down from heaven at the beckoning of Elijah, they were nevertheless devoured. We await the day when Yahweh sees it fit to do such a thing once again.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 8

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 8

Last week, presenting Part 7 of this series, I had made some extemporaneous remarks in response to Jack Mohr's claim that Satan is not mentioned in Genesis chapter 3. His claim is not true, and Satan is indeed mentioned in Genesis chapter 3, only by another name. Because Yahweh God chose to keep certain things secret from the foundation of the world, as Christ Himself professed in Matthew chapter 13, we cannot imagine that Genesis is a complete revelation of everything which happened during the ages of Creation. Saying that, Christ informed us that the devil had planted tares in the field shortly after Yahweh God had planted the wheat, but we do not learn that the serpent of Genesis 3 is Satan until we get to Revelation chapter 12. That is why we were granted the Revelation, that the truth of Yahweh and man would be completed in Yahshua Christ, who was both God and Man.

In Matthew chapter 13, in the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, we find that a devil sowed tares among the wheat, and that those tares are the children of the devil, who were sown among the children of God. Revelation chapter 12 helps to identify this same devil as that old serpent in the Garden of Eden. So if tares were sown among the wheat at the beginning, appearing nearly as soon as the wheat had sprouted, and we have a parable in Genesis chapter 3 of sexual seduction and the result of two opposing seeds, then we see that Cain and Abel are of two opposing natures. But in that same account we also see that there was an entire Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, which is distinguished from a Tree of Life. This Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil can only be every plant which Yahweh did not plant, which Christ informs us shall be rooted up. The serpent was representative of that Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, the corruption of God's Creation. That is why, in the end of the Revelation, after the victory of Christ in His revenge against all of His enemies, there is only one tree left, the Tree of Life, and it bears 12 fruits: the tribes of the children of Israel.

In the parables of the Gospel, these two trees are represented by various different allegories, as sheep and goat nations, as wheat and tares, as sons and bastards, as those going into the Lake of Fire and those entering into the City of God. If we do not divide correctly the Word of God, when the Bridegroom knocks at the door the we may find ourselves among the bastards, and left out of the party.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 7

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 7

These past several weeks we have prefaced these Special Notice programs by answering some of our critics, and particularly Joseph November, who goes by the alias of Eli James. Unfortunately, some people have once again taken offense to that. But Eli James has been continually criticizing us, meaning both Clifton Emahiser and I, ever since January 2011 when we parted ways with him, and he has not stopped. Last week, presenting part 6 of this series, I cited quotations from a January, 2016 article where Eli was still criticizing us. Well, perhaps he was not really criticizing us. Rather, he makes up things about what we profess, and then he criticizes his own inventions.

Why should we not be able to address this? For the most part, I try to ignore him. I do not care what Eli James believes. But every once in awhile I am compelled to answer and rebuke his treachery, because I see that there are otherwise well-meaning Identity Christians who have fallen under his spell. So I challenge them to see both sides of the issues, and the best way to do that is to exhibit and expose some of the folly behind his claims.

Should Identity Christians not look at both sides of every dispute? Or should they be worshippers of men? If your pastor cannot be criticized, then he is your idol, and you are an idolater. If you cannot examine those whom your pastor is criticizing, then you are no less an idolater. I have been critiquing Eli James' criticisms of me, and I have supplied links to his articles and have made specific quotations from them. Except for a colorful remark or two, I have not attacked his person. Rather, I have only attacked his claims about Scripture and his misrepresentations of our work. If anyone cannot handle that and examine the issues, then they are not worthy of truth.

But Identity Christians should care for truth, and the truth of Scripture should be their paramount concern. Were there really separate 6th and 8th day creations of man? Is the Bible really written in an absolutely chronological order? Did Yahweh God ever take credit for the creation of the non-Adamic races as we now know them? Those are important questions, and the answers to those questions are necessary components to forming a healthy Christian worldview today. We need to answer those questions truthfully if we are to ever conform ourselves to our God and seek to please Him. To teach things which are not true leads to the betrayal of our God and our race. Of course, we would answer all of those questions with negatives, while Eli James would answer them all positively. So we must criticize his works, and as Christians we have no choice but to rebuke him. I will never back down from that duty.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 6

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 6

I spent some time this morning poking around for material to preface this program with, and I found a January, 2016 article by Eli James entitled Bertrand Comparet on the Adamic Race, where Eli goes to great lengths to uphold the so-called “6th and 8th day Creation Theory” and many other hare-brained ideas, while at the same time he misrepresents our own position on Genesis chapters 1 and 2 so that he may effectively discredit our Genesis interpretation – at least in his own mind. Once again Eli attacks the idea of recapitulation, which is what he calls our claim that the Bible does indeed repeat itself and describe some thing a second time in a different way in which they have already described.

Eli says in one place, where I will expand his abbreviations, that “Finck [and] Emahiser categorically deny the plurality of the Adamic Race in [Genesis chapter 1].” This is an outright lie, neither Clifton nor I have ever denied that Genesis 1:27 is speaking collectively of the Adamic race where it says “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” Eli is creating a straw-man argument, ostensibly so that he can pretend to prove us wrong, while he obviously never listened to Pragmatic Genesis and doesn't really know what we have said about this passage.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 5

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 5

After Part 4 of my presentation in this series, I saw some of the buzz in social media, and various crybabies are complaining that I “attacked” Eli James. That is funny, because I was only responding to claims that Eli himself had made, that I never addressed his silly Crumbs paper, as he had bragged that I could never refute it. He really is arrogant – he packages deceit and labels it as “irrefutable” because for six years I ignored it, not thinking it to be worth my attention. So after six years I get tired of his lies, and I point out a few serious problems with Eli’s paper. But not once did the crybabies who are now whining about that offer to discuss any of the issues. Rather, they attack me for “attacking” Eli, even when I was able to post screenshots of Eli’s vain boasting that I have not refuted his paper, for which my entire ministry stands as a refutation. So am I really attacking Eli or am I just answering his boast that I never refuted his stupid Crumbs paper? This is their grade-school mentality, and it represents why they will never amount to anything. In fact, the fools who are complaining the loudest have been supposed Aryan nations members and Identity Christians for twenty or so years, and they have not a single worthwhile accomplishment of their own. They cannot discuss the issues with me because they will be put to shame. They are a disgrace to Richard Butler’s legacy.

While British Israel, or BI, was wrong about a lot of things, even it did not really stand for Bastard Identity. Likewise, CI does not stand for Compromise Identity. The whole Eli James crowd is insanely stupid. They prove their stupidity by complaining about what I am saying in these podcasts, because it proves that they listen and still they do not agree. Why do they listen to my podcasts at all? Evidently because they do not have an original thought of their own. Here I will prove how stupid they are again.

 

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 4

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 4

I have decided to continue the presentation of Clifton Emahiser’s 24 Special Notices to All Who Deny Two Seed-line for just one more week, and next week I plan to resume our ongoing presentations of the Epistles of Paul with 1 Timothy. Following that, we shall return to a continuation of this series again in the near future, as we plan to travel later this Spring.

But before we begin with Clifton’s essay I want to take a short digression. I am going to try to take at least one of these digressions throughout each episode of this series, as they give me an opportunity to discuss certain things which I do not frequently have a good context to discuss. I am certain Clifton would not mind that I do this. Not everyone who calls themselves “Two-Seedline” is our friend, or a friend of truth, and not all of those who neglect to use the label are our enemies. Last week I had discussed a paragraph from a book written by Joseph November, who writes and plays at being a Christian Identity pastor under the pseudonym of Eli James. Now I am going to discuss one aspect of a paper he wrote over 5 years ago, entitled Crumbs. In that paper, Eli, as I will reluctantly call him, referred to Clifton Emahiser and I as “exterminationists”, using this term to describe our exposition of Scripture just as if it were some sort of slander coined by the Anti-Defamation League or the Southern Poverty Law Center. Like it or not, it is important to elucidate these things, because we Identity Christians need to pursue the truth, and we need to be able to recognize the lies. That is our Christian obligation.

Eli likes to flippantly brag that I never refuted his paper, Crumbs, but in reality there are a hundred podcast and essay presentations at Christogenea which do refute his paper. But if I were to address the paper directly, there are so many false premises upon which it is predicated that I would have to write an entire book, and Eli James simply is not worth such an effort. I would rather believe that the people who actually follow our work at Christogenea and study behind us should easily recognize his many errors. But here we shall briefly address a couple of aspects of Eli’s paper which display his absolute dishonesty as an interpreter of Scripture.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 3

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 3

There are a lot of people who are rather new to Christian Identity, who have just learned of Christogenea or other related or associated websites and ministries within the past couple of years. Often these people wonder why we have divisions with other supposed Christian Identity teachers or pastors. Some of them call these divisions “teacher wars”, and that is patently unfair. Christogenea itself is not merely a website, it is also a publishing and information technology project in its own right. I host the writings of Clifton Emahiser, Bertrand Comparet, Wesley Swift and other writers on the Christogenea domain, and I myself do not necessarily agree with everything that each of these teachers of Scripture have written. I also host and I have even developed websites for dozens of other Christian Identity pastors and writers on other domains, as well as for several European and American Nationalists who publish information on exclusively historical topics. Although some of the people we host sites for often reimburse us in one way or another, we always host and develop these sites at entirely our own expense, free and without charge to many other Christian Identity ministries. I do not say these things to brag about what we do for others. But I have to say this, if I were interested in “teacher wars”, I would do no such thing, I would not spend time helping to enable other teachers, and this alone should prove that I am not interested in any so-called “teacher wars”. I have much more productive things to do.

But sometimes I am compelled to elucidate problems in the words of others, and especially when I fell they are damaging to our Christian Identity cause. Christ comes first, and we must always be cognizant of the fact that we should be contending for the Faith. So when I do speak poorly of other Christian Identity pastors or teachers, it is not for my own ego, and it is not because I desire to uplift myself. Pity us if we choose to exalt ourselves at the expense of others. Rather, it is only on account of truth. These are not “teacher wars”, but rather, they are truth wars. As Paul of Tarsus wrote to the Ephesians: “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” (Ephesians 6:12). Some of those high places are infiltrated into Christian Identity.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 2

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 2

Here we are going to continue with our presentation of Clifton Emahiser's series of special notices challenging all of those who deny what we often refer to as Two-Seedline. For my part, I would often rather call it two-treeline, as the Bible begins with a story of two trees and we may quite confidently assert that those trees must represent races of people: the Tree of Life, and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. In the end, there is only one tree left standing, and all of the goat nations are thrown into the Lake of Fire. Anyone who looks at these things objectively must understand that the account of the end clarifies the purposeful obscurity of the account of the beginning, as Yahshua Christ had come to “utter things which have been kept secret from the foundation of the world. ”

For the short term, we plan to continue this presentation next week, when we will present part 3 of Clifton's series. Then over the months or years to come we will continue to present Clifton's 24-part series until we see it through to completion, if Yahweh God affords us the opportunity. Doing this, we believe it will be a useful presentation explaining the many fundamentals of our two-seedline understanding of Scripture, which we believe is the only true understanding, and we hope it will give us the opportunity to help to clarify as well as to augment Clifton's important work.

Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 1

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Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 1

We have just finished a commentary on the epistle of Paul to Titus, and that leaves just two epistles remaining to complete our commentary on the letters of Paul, which has already run for 108 weeks, and we only have remaining the two epistles written to Timothy. But because Titus and 1 Timothy are so similar in content, we have thought to take an intermission before making a presentation of it, and to do something else in the meantime. Furthermore, because we plan to travel soon and that places some restrictions on us, we have thought about what we are going to present while we are on the road later this Spring. So here we are going to begin a presentation and critical review of Clifton Emahiser’s series of short essays which he titled Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, and which he concluded after 24 parts. If my own memory serves me correctly, Clifton wrote these from 2000 through 2002, and they were among some of the very first materials which he had asked me to proofread.

There is another reason why I chose to begin presenting these Special Notices at this time, and that is to once again review many of the basic principles upon which our version Christian Identity faith is grounded. Looking around for a topic for this evening’s program, I came across a quote I had saved wherein Ted Weiland, a supposed Christian Identity pastor and former rodeo clown, was pontificating about the election of God, and had quoted William Cameron’s book, The Covenant People. Here are the quotes he offered:

The Bible is not a history of the human race at large, but one distinct strain of people amongst the family the races. All the other races are considered with reference to it…. The Bible deals with one race which flows like a Gulf Stream through the ocean of humanity. As the actual Gulf Stream touches two continents and blesses the nations, so this race, in its origin, history and destiny, was selected and equipped for the service of the [other] nations.

Of course, many people still have their own ideas about this, and that creates a difficulty. For when people get their own ideas about things, it always leads to confusion. A man will rise and demand, “By what right does God choose one race or people above another?” I like that form of the question. It is much better than asking by what right God degrades one people beneath another, although that is implied. God’s grading is always upward. If He [YHWH] raises up a nation, it is that other nations may be raised up through its ministry. If He exalts a great man, an apostle of liberty, or science, or faith, it is that He might raise a degraded people to a better condition. The Divine selection is not a prize, a compliment paid to the man or the race – it is a burden imposed. To appoint a chosen people is not a pandering to the racial vanity of a “superior people”; it is a yoke bound upon the necks of those who are chosen for a special service.

Where Weiland’s quote has “the family the races”, other citations of that same portion of Cameron’s book have “the family of races”. Weiland himself inserts the word “other” where Cameron later mentioned “the service of the [other] nations”.

These quotations from Cameron are very well representative of the poison of Jewish egalitarianism and humanitarianism which have infected Christian Identity from its formative years. There is no “family of races” in Scripture. There is no “service of the other nations” demanded of the children of Israel in Scripture. While Cameron is correct, that Divine selection was not a prize, the election of the children of Israel was not the election of one race above all other races, since the other races were never candidates for such an election. Rather, it was an election of one family of a particular race above all the other families of that same particular race. The children of Israel were selected by Yahweh above all of the other Genesis 10 Adamic families, to do His will. Therefore we read in Deuteronomy chapter 32 that “8 When the most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the sons of Adam, he set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel.”

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