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Huguenots, John Calvin and Freemasonry

Huguenots, John Calvin and Freemasonry

Huguenots John Calvin and FreemasonryWho were the Huguenots and what did they believe?

Fleeing religious persecution of Protestants in France after the 1685 revocation of the Edict of Nantes (which had guaranteed their rights), 200 000 French Huguenots emigrated to countries such as Switzerland. Germany, England, America, and South Africa.

Amongst the first Huguenots to come were Francois Villion (Viljoen) and the du Toit brothers, François and Guillaume. Actually, the very first was Maria de la Quellerie, Jan van Riebeeck’s wife. Between 1688 and 1689 a large-scale emigration programme of Huguenots who had fled to the Netherlands was organised to the Cape of Good Hope – then a colony of the Dutch East India Company, which needed more settlers to provide food for the passing fleets. It began on December 31, 1687, and in total some 180 Huguenots from France, and 18 Walloons from the present-day Belgium, eventually settled at the Cape of Good Hope, comprising about one sixth of the free burgher population. Individuals continued to arrive sporadically until the termination of the state subsidised emigration in 1707. By 1720 about 270 French refugees had settled in the Cape. [1] » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church – Part 4

Dutch Reform Church in Craddock (Masonic entrance - Triangle roof with Pillars)

Dutch Reform Church in Craddock (Masonic entrance – Triangle roof with Pillars)

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church

The following articles outlines the history of Freemasonry in the world and in particular South Africa; including it’s huge influence in the Dutch Reformed Church, the Afrikaner Broederbond and the building of the Voortrekker National Monument to name a few things.

If you have not read PART 1 please click here or PART 2 or PART 3

Secret Societies Control the Rise and Fall of Empires

by Renette Vermeulen from Unbanned bible publications (permission received to publish)

Contents

  • 9) “TEAR DOWN THAT TEMPLE!”  WOODS DEMANDS
    • a. God Hates False Scales
  • 10) NOT JUST TEMPLES; FALSE TEACHERS AND WITCHES AS WELL!
  • 11) WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER TEMPLES?
  • 12) HAVE EVERYONE FORGOTTEN THE SOTHO CANNIBALS?

» PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church – Part 3

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church - Part 3

Dutch Reformed ChurchFreemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church

The following articles outlines the history of Freemasonry in the world and in particular South Africa; including it’s huge influence in the Dutch Reformed Church, the Afrikaner Broederbond and the building of the Voortrekker National Monument to name a few things.

If you have not read PART 1 please click here or PART 2

Secret Societies Control the Rise and Fall of Empires

by Renette Vermeulen from Unbanned bible publications (permission received to publish)

Contents

8) THE APARTHEID REGIME AND THE VOORTREKKER MONUMENT

  • a. The Dutch Reformed Church and the masonic lodge
  • b. The pagan design of sun worship
  • c. The hall of fame
  • d. The circle or ‘wheel’ of wagons
  • e. This Monument Exposes the Afrikaner Broederbond » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church – Part 2

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church - Part 2

Freemason Dutch Reformed Church logoFreemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church

The following articles outlines the history of Freemasonry in the world and in particular South Africa; including it’s huge influence in the Dutch Reformed Church, the Afrikaner Broederbond and the building of the Voortrekker National Monument to name a few things.

If you have not read PART 1 please click here

Secret Societies Control the Rise and Fall of Empires

by Renette Vermeulen from Unbanned bible publications (permission received to publish)

Contents

  • 5) THE DISARMAMENT OF THE WORLD
  • 6) NOT TO ROB AFRIKANERS OF THEIR DIGNITY OR HISTORY
  • 7) CIVIL WAR WAS/IS THE ‘REDEEMING FACTOR’ IN SOUTH AFRICA
  • a) The brainwashing of the media
  • b) Racial, socialist crimes were so much greater
  • c) The function of the apartheid regime in the greater scheme of things » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church – Part 1

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church - Part 1
Dutch Reformed Church Wolmaransstad - Freemason Obelisk

Dutch Reformed Church Wolmaransstad, Western Cape, South Africa and a Freemason Obelisk

Freemasonry and the Dutch Reformed Church

The following articles outlines the history of Freemasonry in the world and in particular South Africa; including it’s huge influence in the Dutch Reformed Church, the Afrikaner Broederbond and the building of the Voortrekker National Monument to name a few things.

Secret Societies Control the Rise and Fall of Empires

by Renette Vermeulen from Unbanned bible publications (permission received to publish)

Contents

  • 1) A FREEMASON’S DEFENSE
  • 2) ‘NOBLE FREEMASONS’ OCCUPY EVERY SIGNIFICANT SPHERE
  • 3) MASONS ARE NEW-AGERS, RACISTS, EVOLUTIONISTS, COMMUNISTS
  • 4) THE MASONIC PLAN IN ACTION

Exposing: Dutch Reformed Church

Please click here to go to ALL our articles on the Dutch Reformed Church:- Exposing: Dutch Reformed ChurchDutch Reformed Church

Antisemitism in South Africa

Desmond Tutu_ANTISEMITISM - South Africa

Antisemitism in South Africa

Desmond Tutu from South Africa wrote in the foreword to the book “Speaking The Truth: Zionism, Israel and Occupation,” edited by the Roman Catholic scholar, Michael Prior” the following dishonouring words:

“Now, alas, we see apartheid in Israel . . . The apartheid government [in South Africa] was very powerful, but today it no longer exists. Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Pinochet, Milosovic and Idi Amin were all powerful, but, in the end, they bit the dust.”

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Reconciliation: The Facts About the Spiritual and Economic Poverty in South Africa

ReconciliationRECONCILIATION: FAKES, FRAUDS AND IMPOSTORS

Lo and behold, South Africa had scarcely lain her greatest son, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela to rest, after a ten days period of mourning, dignitaries who attended his funeral, politicians, important civil servants and people at grassroots level are again singing the same old song they had been singing in the rooms and corridors of the Union buildings, and in black and white townships since 1994. It is called “POVERTY THREATENS RECONCILIATION.” Well, if the song “KILL THE BOER, KILL THE FARMER” may no longer be sung in South Africa, a seemingly more reconciliatory song needs to be rehashed and sung again in a chorus of protests against poverty.

Please note that the report on “Kill the Boer, kill the farmer” appeared in Aljazeera on 12 September  2011. Less than a year later President Zuma, presumably unaware of judge Collin Lamont’s ruling on the infamous song or maybe in contempt of court, deliberately places him above the Constitutional Law of South Africa, sang the same song at the ANC Centenary Celebrations in Bloemfontein, South Africa in January 2012.

» PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Halloween, a Satanic Feast

Halloween, a Satanic Feast

HalloweenPreparing for Halloween

By Tillie Carson

Well, it’s that time of year again: the time when you can’t drive down the street without seeing inflatable witches and ghosts everywhere. Over the years there has been a lot of controversy over Halloween. Should Christians celebrate this holiday or not? For many, the answer is yes. Halloween is just a harmless time when the kids can dress up in fun costumes and go door to door asking for candy. But for others, it goes much deeper. Many Christians I have met simply do not know the history of Halloween. Personally, I feel that it’s an important thing to know, so I would like to take you with me back in time to find the origin of the second most popular holiday in the world. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

The Farce of Women’s Day – 9 August

The Farce of Women's Day - 9 August

The farce of Womens dayThe Farce of Women’s Day

Women’s days has come and gone (9 August) with much fanfare, media exposure and, believe it or not, the glossy accolades of well-known leaders who’d been accused of raping women in the past. South Africa seems to be the only country in the entire world where men of esteem in both governmental en non-governmental institutes can be charged with rape and come off scott free, and then sanctimoniously participate in Women’s Day without any compunction whatsoever. Indeed, some of them have even managed to reach the highest office in government while they were virtually caught with their pants down in an HIV free shower cubicle (read here). » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

What did YOU think Revival meant?

What did YOU think Revival meant?

What do you think revival meansI once bought a Christianity Today magazine, paged through it and thought, “this will come in handy one day”. Years later I picked it up again, and I realised that day had arrived.

Is Revival Really Here? 

What are the next steps toward true revival?

by Michael Cassidy – Christianity Today – November 2009

“THE COVER OF THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE OF Today read:   “Revival in the Land”.  Rodney Howard-Browne apparently thinks it is.  So does Angus Buchan.  Could be!  Who am I to argue with these brothers?   Yes I’m not so sure if it’s real revival just yet, or only pockets of it.

I’d be hesitant to say how I would recognise a national revival.  I have however, had exposure to the so-called East African Revival which has gone on for over 60 years in a sustained way, especially in Uganda and Rwanda.  Yes both countries produced genocidal type happenings in the 80’s and 90’s.  I did also have a perplexing week at the Airport Vineyard Church in Toronto celebrated for the Toronto Blessing. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Stephan Joubert’s "JOY"-ous "And Yet"

juig-joy - Stephan Joubert

“JUIG,” the Afrikaans edition of “JOY” published an interview with Stephan Joubert in May this year in which he reflects on his faith. JUIG/JOY” is a South African Christian magazine which is based on “True life, True people and True Christianity” and a slogan taken from Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer in John 17: “Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth” (John 17:17). AND YET, Stephan Joubert said the following inappropriate thing about the Bible on his blog “Echurch Radically” sometime ago:

“Leonard Sweet, world renowned futurist, theologian, author, speaker and the guru of those who seek God’s plans in new, meaningful ways, including myself, refuses to use the term retraite or retreat. He’ll immediately tell you that Christians never retreat. We advance. Therefore, the gatherings that he hosts at his island and mountain homes are called advances!

Christians shouldn’t turn back to the Bible or the church. Then we’re heading in the wrong direction. We move forward to God. We advance” (Emphasis added).

Brian McLaren said exactly the same thing during his visit to South Africa in 2009 when he was invited to be one of the keynote speakers at the Amahoro Conference from 8 to 12 June.

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Todd Bentley (Fresh with the Fires of Hell) visiting South Africa – BEWARE!

Todd Bentley (Fresh with the Fires of Hell) visiting South Africa - BEWARE!

todd bentley freshfire ministries

I know this article is a tad late, but I beg you if you went to see Todd Bentley on his South African Crusade Tour with “Prophet Zion 

Matthew” in Durban, followed by visits to the Solid Rock Church in Johannesburg run by Johan van Wyk (who got into a bit of trouble by the Advertising Standards Authority over “miracle healing” adverts), Jabulani Camp Site in Bronkhorstspruit, then Worcester (hosted by YWAM) and finally to Cape Town at Lighthouse Ministries and Celebration Covenant Church International which belongs to the NCMI group headed up by Tyrone Daniels…..please, please, please ask Jesus for forgiveness for going to see this false teacher and ask Jesus to remove any demonic spirit that might have been transferred to you at these meetings.   Todd Bentley’s doctrine is out of the pit of hell and this is where his ‘fire’ comes from as well.  

A short history of Todd Bentley:  Todd started the Lakeland Outpouring back in 2008 in Lakeland Florida which I watched from the beginning to it’s dismal end.  The ‘revival’ was run by a heavily tattood man by the name of Todd Bentley but in the background you had Apostles and Prophets from the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) holding things together, namely, Super Apostle C. Peter Wagner, Rick Joyner, Bob Jones (Kansas City Prophets), Mike Bickle, Paul Cain, Che Ahn, Lou Engle, Stacey and Wes Campbell., Dutch Sheets, Patricia King and many others. Magazines like Charizma Magazine promoted the revival and Wendy and Rory Alec from God TV gave it ample air time.  » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »