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The camera was my daughters not mine. You can hear me in the video clicking the camera trying to fix the lighting and focus. Someone told me all newer
cameras have a infrared light in the camera. As you watch the video you see I eventually bring the camera closer to the wall because I am having a
hard time seeing the orb and triangles in the view finder. Also if you look closley at the infrared light you see it does not correspond with the
orb..proving that the infrared light has nothing to do with the orb and triangles. After I filmed it for a few minutes I moved the camera no more then
3 inches away from the wall.
To all those you claim these are wonderful brilliant light energies YOU ARE DECEIVED. I was a new age astrologer, had astral projections and a NDE and
did all the new age BS for 30 years. SO PLEASE don't tell me I don't know what I am talking about.
I saw how it reacted to me me when I picked up the bible and started reading it. So you can scoff all you want and try to discredit me but I have
proof that they are here in my home. When I posted the video I filmed I didn't know if it was good or bad.....BUT NOW I KNOW THEY ARE BAD!
I ask you...How come it's ok for the world elite to worship Lucifer?
But if anyone mentions the name of Jesus, God or the bible they are a crackpot?
“Morals and Dogma” is an official Masonic book written by occultist Albert Pike. Pages 104 and 105 of this Satanic occult book states:
“Masonry, like all the religions, all Mysteries, Hermetiscism, and Alchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the
Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve to be mislead;”
“So Masonry jealously conceals its secrets, and intentionally leads conceited interpreters astray. (Morals and Dogma, pp. 104, 105)
Only the “illuminated ones” at the highest levels of Freemasonry and other secretive societies are privy to the Luciferian agenda of the New World
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True to His Ways: Purity & Safety in Christian Spiritual Practice
True Light, or False?
The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body
will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness!
—Jesus the Christ (Matthew 6:22-23)
Christian Scriptures have much to say about light and darkness, and always this has to do with human spirituality. When we do not know the truth
about spiritual matters, we are said to be blind, or walking in darkness. If we know the truth, we are said to be walking in the light. We see, albeit
only dimly so long as we remain in our earthly bodies.
The Bible teaches that there are two sources of spiritual light. One is true, the other is false. The true light calls to men and women, to show
the way and help them see. The other light seems true, but in the end it only leads to darkness.
All of Scripture resounds with the message that we must be sure we have found the true light. Our eternal destiny depends upon it. Our very souls
hang in the balance.
Ancient religions: Worship of the serpent and “the Light”
Before Jesus came into the world, even before the Old Testament was written, ancient people worshiped the “Light” and a god they sometimes
called Lucifer, meaning “Light Bearer.” They also worshiped the sun together with serpents, lizards and dragons, all of which were considered
symbols of wisdom then just as they are now to Hindus and those who seek truth in ancient religions. The association of the serpent with the sun seems
to be that just as the sun gives physical light to the world, so the serpent god was believed to bring spiritual light—enlightenment—to
But was—and is—the serpent god really deserving of worship and veneration? Did he—and does he—bring enlightenment? The Holy Bible
provides the answer.
Scriptural teaching on the serpent god
Genesis is the first book of Christian Holy Scripture, having been written about 1,500 years B.C. From Genesis right on through to the close of
the New Testament we learn that Lucifer, the serpent god, is really Satan. We learn that his light is deceptive. And we are warned that his light
brings death, not wisdom or enlightenment. The Bible is, among other things, God’s warning to mankind about the reality and danger of the
Scripture calls Satan by the same names as ancient worshipers did, including “Lucifer,” “the dragon” and “the serpent,” so readers
can clearly understand who is intended. This usage, together with the identification of Satan as the serpent in the Garden of Eden, clearly identifies
Satan and Lucifer as one and the same.
Other biblical names for the serpent god add to our understanding about him. He is called the “devil,” a derivative word meaning “little god.”
He is a celestial being with great power, identified as the “god of this world”; a spirit who holds sway over the earth, its inhabitants and a
horde of inferior spirits. The name “Satan” signifies that he is God’s adversary. We learn that the serpent comes to rob, steal and destroy,
inflicting evil both on God’s creation and upon His people.
Scripture tells us that the serpent is “the father of lies,” and that there is nothing good in him. He is the consummate deceiver, a false
god who assumes the disguise of an “angel of light,” something holy and good. And by pretending to be angelic, holy and good, Lucifer has been
leading unwitting people into spiritual darkness for many centuries.
It was into this darkness—a world led astray by the angel of light—that God spoke. First He spoke to the Jews through Moses, the Torah and
the prophets. Now He has spoken to the world through Jesus the Christ.
Jesus came because God purposed to bring true light through Him. About 700 years before He was even born, the prophet Isaiah foretold His coming
as the Messiah who would bring true light to all peoples, Jews and Gentiles alike. Through Isaiah God said:
I, the Lord, have called You [Jesus] in righteousness, and will hold Your hand; I will keep You and give You as a covenant to the people, as a
light to the Gentiles, to open blind eyes, to bring out prisoners from the prison, those who sit in darkness from the prison house (Isaiah 42:6-7).
Jesus is the True Light, a beautiful light
Before Jesus began His ministry another prophet, John the Baptist, proclaimed to the people who lived in those incredible times that the kingdom
of God was at hand. Scriptures tell us that John the Baptist:
came for a witness, to bear witness of the Light, that all through him might believe. He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of that
Light. That was the true Light which gives light to every man who comes into the world (John 1:7-9).
The man sent from God was, of course, Jesus ,who said of Himself,
I am the light of the world. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life (John 8:12).
Notice that the verses quoted above made frequent use of the word “light.” The Greek word translated “light” here is phos, from the root
phao, meaning “to shine” or “make manifest.” The word phos was also used by Gospel writers in the following passages about the light of
I have come as a light into the world, that whoever believes
in Me should not abide in darkness (John 12:46).
In Him was life, and the life was the light of men (John 1:4).
The people who sat in darkness saw a great light, and
upon those who sat in the region and shadow of death
light has dawned (Matthew 4:16).
What is the significance of the phos light that Scripture associates with Jesus? Thayer’s Greek-English lexicon explains that phos means an
“extremely delicate, subtle, pure, brilliant quality of light…being by nature incorporeal, spotless and holy.” The phos light of Jesus is a
supremely pure spiritual light.
The serpent’s light seems “beautiful” too
We have seen that Satan is a powerful spirit who also purports to bring spiritual light, but that his light is false, and conceals an evil nature
and evil intentions. The Bible describes how this evil being disguises himself in one brief verse:
Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light
(2 Corinthians 11:14).