The Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa sanctuary. Ray Comfort is a guest speaker.
But it doesn't stop there. Chuck Missler, a longstanding member of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, is also a member of the Council for National Policy. The CNP acts like a (political) Right Wing version of the Council on Foreign Relations - the folks who are helping to bring us world government. Chuck is also known for his SwanSat program - something that appears to be connected to the future tracking of citizens around the world. A sure money-making scheme that will be embraced by the world government.
The Calvary Logo
Calvary's logo has an esoteric and exoteric meaning to it. The dove is commonly known for being the Holy Spirit - which is the exoteric meaning. But let's learn its esoteric [occult] meaning. The counterfeit meaning may allow us to see into who's holy spirit is controlling Calvary Chapel.
The Calvary Chapel logo uses a downward pointing dove.
Researcher, the Vigilant Citizen says,
“Helena Blavatsky, an occultist, Luciferian, magician, Mason, and founder of the Theosophical Society, along with Masonic author Albert Pike, in their writings of this belief, that Lucifer is the holy spirit. Pike, referred to the Holy Ghost, when he wrote, “the body of the Holy Spirit, the universal Agent, [is] the Serpent…”
The downward dove used by the O.T.O.
The Vigilant Citizen adds,
Roger and Chuck"The Holy Spirit of Occult Orders, the liaison between the earth realm and the heavens, is Lucifer. This is graphically represented on the lamen of the Luciferian fraternity Ordo Templi Orientis."
Let's look back at one of Chuck Missler's business ventures, which may help us make some connections with Roger Oakland, a prior member of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa.
Based upon newspaper reports, in 1989, The Phoenix Group, Inc., Chuck Missler's publicly-traded development company, entered into an $8 billion joint venture to supply personal computers to the 143,000 public schools of the Soviet Union. The plan was to sell millions of computers to the Soviet Union, but it apparently went up in smoke, and the Phoenix Group International filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
According to the LA Times article, Chuck Smith, pastor at Calvary Chapel and a personal friend of Missler, said he loaned $150,000 to Phoenix Group to help the company increase production of its diskless personal computers. It is interesting to note that the U.S. was still officially in a Cold War with Russia until 1991, and the Phoenix Group had already started their ambitious overseas project.
Take note that both Roger Oakland and Chuck Missler attended church at Chuck Smith's church in Costa Mesa during the same time frame. According to Oakland's Facebook page, "He [Roger] has been to Russia and other republics of the former Soviet Union 37 times since 1990. Perhaps this is why Roger is so reluctant to spill the beans on Chuck Missler and his Illuminati SwanSat project. There is one thing for sure: it sure looks like Roger and Chuck Missler have time invested in one another. Is it only a coincidence that these Phoenix Group years match up? Could they both be part of the Knights of Malta, just as Lt. Gen. Boykin, Rick Joyner, and Pat Robertson are? Hmmmm!
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