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Originally posted by daersoulkeeper
Kenyan Ambassador admits Obama born in Kenya
LINK TO NEWS ARTICLE OF GRANDMOTHER ADMITTING BIRTHPLACE
[edit on 25-1-2009 by daersoulkeeper]
Originally posted by jfj123
Also keep in mind, if he really was born in Kenya, McCain, Clinton, or one of the others running, would surely have presented evidence to get him thrown out. You can't tell me the others running, didn't look into their competition to find things like this ?
Originally posted by sezsue
reply to post by Thinkmore
Where in the Bible does it state that Moses was the Messiah of the age of Taurus, and Jesus the Messiah of the age of Pisces?
Share International, formerly called the Tara Center, is an organization, sometimes labeled as a movement, that grew out of the teachings of the Scottish amateur painter Benjamin Creme
1982 Creme placed full page advertisements in newspapers around the world saying, "The Christ is now here". According to Creme the "Christ", whom he also called "Maitreya", would announce his existence on world wide television broadcasts, and that he would do that within several months of the initial newspaper advertisement. This created a sensation within some New Age groups, and even among some Evangelical Christians; but, when the promised television broadcasts of the Maitreya/Christ failed to occur, many of Creme's followers lost interest. The emergence of Maitreya was postponed, it is claimed, because the people who had come to see him appear were not of a sufficiently serious nature for the message to be received in a spirit of sincerity. It is claimed that Maitreya must choose his moment carefully before declaring himself otherwise the message of 'sharing' to save the planet will be lost. According to the American religious scholar Gordon J. Melton, Creme's statement served as a catalyst to the assessments by Evangelical Christians of the New Age movement. A week after these advertisements, other advertisements appeared in the Los Angeles Times accusing Creme of being an instrument of the Antichrist. The Evangelical Christian Detroit area attorney and author Constance Cumbey maintains that Maitreya is a pseudonym for the Antichrist and that the Share International version of Maitreya is an openly Lucificerian movement. Other Christian Evangelicals distanced themselves from Cumbey's conspiracy theory. Some Christian pastors maintain that Maitreya is the Anti-Christ, citing passages in the Bible where Christ warns the disciples to beware of false teachers. The beliefs and claims of Creme have been described as fantastic and outlandish by the British journalist Mick Brown. although he made no comment against Creme.