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The End of the World is Here - Again

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The end of the world is here. Again. Tomorrow is the Rapture, at least according to some so-called Christians, and sadly, even some Identity Christians are caught up in the fervor over the expected alignment of certain of the planets. We have hurricanes, earthquakes, and fires in diverse places, and all of this is believed to presage the end of the world by millions of Christians who really have no idea what it was like “in the days of Noah”, because their pastors cannot teach them the truth.

The introductory comments to this program were a slightly updated version of our February 10th, 2010 article Disdaining the Culture of Fear. The closing segment was from a January 3rd, 2011 program titled Newspaper Eschatology

Relative to the content and context of this program are the articles Once-Predicted End Time Dates and Snakes in the Grass: Harold Camping and Family Radio, Niagara Falls Frozen, and the December 21st, 2012 podcast 12-21-2012 - Don't drink the sensationalist swill, because it's not the end of the world! Of course, it is still not the end of the world. Pastor Downey's website is found at Kinsman Redeemer Ministries.

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.

Charlatansville, where the animals have taken control of the farm

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Charlatansville, where the animals have taken control of the farm. (What Really Happened in Charlottesville on August 12th.)

It was eight-thirty on a pleasant summer morning when vehicles from all over the South, as well as a couple from Yankee states, began to converge on a strip mall on the outskirts of Charlottesville, Virginia. Here is where members from the political groups of what we would have to call the Hard Right, the League of the South, the Traditional Workers Party, the National Socialist Movement, Identity Europa and a couple of other smaller groups whose names I did not get a chance to know, decided to rendezvous so as to enter Charlottesville safely and in a relatively organized manner. In a very short time police cars from the local Sheriff's department also began to gather nearby, the cops watching us assemble, and they were evidently relieved that we were not staying. Under normal traffic conditions, there would be a fifteen-minute drive to Lee Park, the location of the #UnitetheRight rally which we had all planned to attend.

Once there was confidence that everyone coming was informed and organized, we drove in a long caravan to the Market Street parking garage. Skewed results in Google searches caused some confusion with another garage on Water Street, but that was straightened out in just a few minutes. Perhaps that actually helped us, as various Leftists were scattered around in small groups in the Water Street garage, and watching us closely as part of our caravan, disconnected from the lead vehicles by the Charlottesville traffic, only passed through after being redirected to the correct destination. However in either garage, there were seedy-looking Leftists at the entrances with cell phones or laptops aiming to take pictures of every single face and every single vehicle. The information collected will surely be used to gather intelligence on the lives of private citizens, “doxxing” them so as to cause them trouble at home. Once everyone was parked and reassembled, a large column began to form on one floor of the garage, perhaps four men wide and a city block long, and if I had to guess I would say there were at least 400 of us.



Being one of the later arrivals at the garage, with my wife in tow and looking for a hole in the column we joined in behind the Identity Europa group who were in line after the men from the League of the South, who were for the most part leading the procession. From there we had a three-block walk to Lee Park, but nobody in the group could have anticipated just what a walk it would be. Before we set out, we were reminded that some of the Alt-right groups who had planned the events scheduled for August 12th really did not want us there. There were Alt-Right groups as well as what we call the Alt-lite, who are mainly civic nationalists, who are either embarrassed or repulsed by uncompromisingly racial and even openly Christian attitudes and professions, and among these were the organizers and some of the planned speakers for the event. We expected that there may be tensions with these people once we entered Lee Park. We also expected the presence of large numbers of counter-demonstrators, but we did not expect what we were actually about to encounter.

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.

Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 5: Rome Pagan and Catholic

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Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 5: Rome Pagan and Catholic

Discussing 1 Timothy chapter 3 we took a lengthy digression to explain that in the many places where Paul of Tarsus referred to the various mysteries of the Christian faith, none of these things should any longer be mysteries to Christians, because Paul himself had explained them wherever he had mentioned them. Once Paul explained them, it is only common sense that they should be mysteries no longer. But in its doctrines, the Roman Catholic Church still considers them to be mysteries, in spite of the fact that Paul explained them as he mentioned them in his epistles. But the very essence of Christianity informs us that certain tenets of the faith should remain mysteries to outsiders, for which reason Christ had spoken in parables. However they should not be mysteries to Christians.

To Christians there is no “mystery of the church”, since Paul taught that the church was to consist of the people of the nations of those Israelites who were scattered in antiquity, and he brought the Gospel to those same people as he was commanded to do. Furthermore, to Christians there is no mystery to the “mystery of God”, because Paul had taught that Yahshua (Jesus) Christ is Yahweh God manifest in the flesh, and there should be nothing too difficult to understand about that. Paul was not alone, as these same things are also taught in the writings of the prophets and in the Gospel itself. In the Revelation of Yahshua Christ, we learn that by our own time the mystery of God was to be finished, and it is, because as Identity Christians we announce it’s fulfillment in spite of the denials of the Roman Catholics and the other denominational churches.

Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 4: The Mysteries of the Faith

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Paul's First Epistle to Timothy, Part 4: The Mysteries of the Faith

Throughout the first part of 1 Timothy chapter 3, Paul discussed guidelines for the selection of qualified supervisors and servants in a Christian assembly – which are in most translations referred to as bishops and ministers – and we made some summary statements concerning Paul’s mention of the “mystery of the faith” in verse 9, where he had instructed that reverent servants of the assembly should “not be double-tongued, not addicted to much wine, not shamefully desirous of gain, holding the mystery of the faith in a pure conscience.” Ostensibly, a sinful man should not be able to hold the mystery of the faith with a clear conscience, where we see Paul infer that a clear conscience is the product of a moderate lifestyle and keeping of the law. Now in the closing verses of the chapter Paul will mention the “mystery of piety”, or as the King James Version has it, the “mystery of godliness”, and so that we may understand what it is that Paul means by referring to these mysteries, we shall discuss them as he has referred to them throughout his epistles, because they should really not be mysteries any longer.

But before we undertake that endeavor, here we see that Paul addresses Timothy on a personal note. We left off just short of the closing verses of 1 Timothy chapter 3, where Paul had concluded his summary of the credentials which he thought necessary for a man to have before being selected for the leadership of a Christian assembly, that, as Paul had explained, he should have conducted his life in an exemplary manner and Paul gave examples of such conduct. Now we shall continue our discussion where Paul tells his younger companion:

14 These things I write to you hoping to come to you shortly [א and the MT have “come to you more quickly”; the text follows A, C, and D], 15 and if I delay, that you would know how it is necessary to conduct yourself among the household of Yahweh, which is the assembly of Yahweh who lives, a pillar and foundation of the truth.

Here we see that as he was writing this epistle, Paul had expected to come to Timothy shortly. A little later on, in verse 13 of chapter 4 of this epistle, he expresses this intent once again where he says “Until I come, you attend to the reading, the exhortation, the teaching…” As we saw when we presented the opening chapter of this epistle, Paul had left Timothy in Ephesus, ostensibly after the trouble with the silversmiths described in Acts chapter 19, which was most likely the Spring of 56 AD. In 1 Timothy chapter 1 Paul wrote “I besought thee to abide still at Ephesus, when I went into Macedonia”, and in the opening verse of Acts chapter 20 we read “And after the uproar was ceased [which was the uproar with the silversmiths that is recorded in Acts chapter 19], Paul called unto him the disciples, and embraced them, and departed for to go into Macedonia.” So this passage also infers that Timothy was left behind in Ephesus.

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