Thursday, August 16, 2018


We are born into a fallen world effected by Adam and Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden. As we grow up in this fallen world, we learn the attitudes and ways of it and perform the deeds the world does. Other people also display worldly attitudes toward us and do worldly things to us as well.

When we repent of our sins, we die to ourselves. We no longer do what we want to do-something we've been taught by the world, but we now do what God wants us to do. What do you do with a dead person then? You bury them. We are buried through baptism and we come up out of the water new creatures. At this point, we are, spiritually speaking, like newborn babies, just out of the womb.

We may have had good parents, but our parents, however great they might have been, weren't perfect because they, too, grew up in the fallen world. We now have a Heavenly Father. Also, in the same way older siblings help take care of their younger siblings, we now have a family of older brother and sister Christians who will help take care of us, feeding us milk and later solid food (the basic stuff about God, then the deeper stuff) as well as doing things like being an example of how children of God are supposed to act and comforting and soothing us when the hurts of life come.

Throughout our lives as Christians, then, we are growing up in Christ, learning His ways, attitudes and deeds. At the same time, we are also unlearning the wrong thoughts, attitudes and deeds we were taught growing up in the world before we were spiritually reborn.

As we grow older in Christ, we will help nurture new babes in Christ, just as we were nurtured (and are still being nurtured) by our older brothers and sisters as, at the same time, we ourselves are still being taught by our Heavenly Father, and so it continues.

Monday, August 13, 2018


It's one thing to hear the identity message discussed in sermons or on talk shows, but quite another to read a book that lays out and analyzes the evidence for the truth that the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, German, Scandinavian and kindred people are the Israel people of the Bible today. Rather, I should say, it provides clear proof of who Ephraim and Manasseh are today, as well as providing proof of who Dan became. However, it does encourage the reader, by its very nature, to look for the identity of the other tribes not mentioned.

This book also refutes some, and inspires one to look up further refutations of, all the arguments against this truth.

Read "Judah's Scepter and Joseph's Birthright" here.


You've heard of the CFR, Bilderberg, Bohemian Grove, freemasonry, and the Jesuits, but you've probably never heard of the Counsel for National Policy. "The Secret Right" exposes this extremely shadowy organization, provides insight into why conservatives can't make any headway and sheds light on the Trump phenomenon.

Watch it here.

Sunday, August 12, 2018


By Andrew Carrington Hitchcock. Self-published, 2006.

This book cleared up for me the question of the extent of the Jewish role in the conspiracy for a new world order. I learned so much from this book, about the Czars, the events between the world wars and about many events which I had not previously heard. I was pleasantly startled every few pages.

Listen to this book here.


History has context, and that, eh.??!!

Saturday, August 11, 2018


Check out The Marketing of Madness, Making a Killing and The Hidden Enemy. Though these documentaries are put out by the Church of Scientology, a fictitious religion whose existence I vehemently disagree with, let the information contained in these documentaries stand on its own merit. Besides, there are many other good resources on this subject, such as "Our Daily Meds" by Melody Peterson. 

Thursday, August 9, 2018


40 St. Lawrence St. West, Madoc, ON.

Stopped into this restaurant about a week ago and can't say enough good things about it. The staff were friendly, the service was really good considering how busy it was (which is a testament to how good this place is in itself) and the food was excellent.

I had a burger and fries. They have quite a large menu, and from a cursory glance at other online reviews it looks like all there food is really good.

A good vibe all around.