The Second coming of Christ. According to the bible, Jesus will come down when we least expect it take the pure souls to the gates of heaven while leaving the sinners to receive judgment in 2011 while finalizing in 2012. The bible explicitly says that upon the coming of the end of times, there will be many false prophets. We see this in the book of Matthew, 2 Corinthians, and 2 Peter.
And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many
For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if [it were] possible, they shall deceive the very elect
2 Corinthians 11:13-14
For such [are] false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light
2 Peter 2:1
But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction
With the end times coming, where are these false prophets as the bible talks about? They are sprouting up everywhere! The two major self-proclaimed prophets, even going far enough to call themselves the “New Christ” or “the son of God” are José Luis De Jesús Miranda and David Shayler
José Luis De Jesús Miranda, self proclaimed anti-Christ believes he is the second coming of Christ. Most individuals believe that the anti-Christ is the evil embodiment of Christ but according to José Luis De Jesús Miranda, this is a misinterpretation of the biblical scripture. He even goes far enough to say that the numerical value of 666, most notable referred to as the sign of the devil is actual the symbol for the anti-Christ; meaning the second coming of Christ or new Christ. In the interview with a CNN correspondent, José Luis De Jesús Miranda says, “666, the Antichrist, do not put your eyes on Jesus Christ of Nazareth… put it in Jesus Christ after the cross”. Mr. Luis De Jesús Miranda Miranda then goes on to say, “thats him, [the anti-Christ]”.
Later in the interview, José Luis De Jesús Miranda makes another radically bold statement stating that, “he does greater things than Jesus of Nazareth… much greater”. Even with all this self-proclamation going around, there is one positive thing that José Luis De Jesús Miranda is not going to do… that is to not following in the footsteps of the Jones Town Massacre. José Luis De Jesús Miranda states that “hes here to give life, [not take it away]”
Here is the video of the CNN report segment
José Luis De Jesús Miranda was also on Headline Primes Glenn’s Beck program. Glenn Beck practically makes fun of José Luis De Jesús Miranda authenticity and tells the views that hes a ex-heroin addict… Here is the video from Headline Primes Glenn Beck program
Also, here is an article by the HoustonPress about José Luis De Jesús Miranda. Its an excellent supplemental read for anyone interested in this “new Jesus Christ”. Click HERE to view article.
In conjunction to José Luis De Jesús Miranda, David Shayler (pictured below) believes that he also is the son of God. In an interview with Mr. Shayler, he makes claims that “his name derives from the 13th Name of God in Kabbalah…[and] can affect the weather, prevent terrorist attacks and influence football results”. Mr. Shayler also admits in the article to smoke cannabis on a daily basis and one can infer that he is consuming mushrooms. He even admits that these drugs make him hallucinate but it makes him closer to “the light”.
David Shayler dressed is messianic white.
Image taken from Dailymail.co.uk
Taken from dailymail.co.uk
David Shayler is sitting before me – slim, tanned, sockless, dressed from top-to-toe in white and very, very chatty.
“I am the messiah and hold the secret of eternal life,” he starts excitedly. “It all came about quite suddenly.
“First I started meditating, then I learnt how to channel the “light”, and the more research I did – into Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, Kabbalah – the more convinced I became that I was the Christ.”
Jesus Christ? “No, Jesus of the New Testament is an archetype,” he explains patiently. “His name derives from the 13th Name of God in Kabbalah, which helps activate the Messiah consciousness within us.
“I was, though, crucified with a crown of thorns and nails then incarnated as Astronges, a Jewish revolutionary put to death by the Romans at around the end of the last century BC …It explained why in this life I had funny shaped wrists and ankles…”
Had? “Yes, look,” he says, proffering his tanned arms. “They’ve pretty much corrected themselves now I’ve acknowledged the crucifixion – but there used to be big hollows where nails had been bashed in.”
“It was in June that a psychic channelled the spirit of Mary Magdalene and anointed me the messiah and, finally, my whole life made sense.
I realised why I seem to get such a strange deal from the universe, when I’ve spent my life trying to tell the truth about everything.”
He also claims he can affect the weather, prevent terrorist attacks and influence football results. Oh, and that the Rod of Aaron – the staff said to have been carried by Moses’s brother – has an anagram written on it in Hebrew which translated says: ‘David Shayler, Righteous King’.
“I was decoding it – after all, that’s what I was trained to do – and I suddenly realised it goes David S, H, A… and that someone’s trying to tell me, because this is the ineffable name of God, someone’s trying to tell you you’re God…”
“On 28 June, I was told I had to remove darkness from London. I wasn’t sure what it was all about, but I stayed up all night meditating and, the next morning, I heard a bomb had been found but no one had been hurt. That was my miracle.”
He has an answer for everything, even when I ask if he ever takes drugs.
“Of course I do. I smoke cannabis but it’s been used in religious experiences for years. Oh and magic mushrooms…”
In large quantities? “Erm, not really. I smoke cannabis every day – it makes you more spiritual and less violent and takes you closer to the light.”
And makes you hallucinate?
“Yes, if you’re not used to it, but I am,” he insists firmly.
To view the entire article, click HERE
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