What do you guys think about Roger Morneau? I'm sure most of you were familiar with his desire to expose some of those occultists who communicate to
demonic spirits. Do you think that this man is honest or just someone who will go beyond anything to make some money off of his books? Any opinions
are greatly appreciated.
His info seems to check out. It is my opinion that the spirits figured him out before his initiation, and they rendered him almost useless by setting
up an elaborate sort of play to deceive him about the SDA church.
He said of Elen G White (the spiritist who channeled the SDA teachings) that she knew the same stuff the satanist knew...I would submit that that
COULD mean she was a true prophetess or it could be that she was in contact with the same deceiving spirits.
Ever since I watched A Trip Into The Supernatural, I've wondered about Morneau's credibility. I couldn't find any dirt on him or any definitive
evidence calling him a fake or liar.
My personal impressions on him is that he seems very genuine and sincere. Many of the things he talks about are pretty freaky. The guy is either
telling the truth or did his homework! He was able to tie in elements of different Spirit Worship, Luciferianism, Secret Societies, NWO, and even
false-flag alien invasion. To be honest, his information, if true, scares the s# out of me!
Morneau was a Seventh Day Adventist. He, just like so many "christian" conspiracy writers had an agenda. His work is designed to be read by other
christians and is meant to scare people that are already nervous about things like ghosts and sorcery. It is all meant to scare people and cast the
seventh day adventists into the role of the immune savior, the only way to save yourself is to join his church....
I do agree that many, many people use religion to gain wealth. Spiritualism has been so corrupted that at times it is hard to distinguish sincerity
Besides the possibilities of fear-mongering, profit, or Adventist propagation, I enjoyed the interview. I felt it tied together some understandings I
have gained from other fields of research. I am not saying I believe Morneau's entire message at face-value. Some pieces of information in the
interview sheds a little light on a larger picture. Just my opinion.
This reminds me of the top notch spiritualist seances Hillary Clinton attended in the 90s. I heard somewhere that previous Presidents communicating
with past deceased Presidents was more common that we know. I know this story supposedly took place in the 1940s but is there a single person to
corroborate Roger Morneau's story? Even in a remote way? Seems pretty fantastic, how many elite seance mansions could there be in Montreal?
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