Monday, August 27, 2012

Larry Randolph & the Mystic's 'Blue Moon' Conference

Larry Randolph may not be a name you're too familiar with, but in the Third Wave prophetic arena, he's quite a popular guy. He's known in recent years for his heavenly encounters with the Lord, and he's had angelic visitations in which he received predictions regarding the future of the United States. They aren't good ones, I might add.

Larry's ministry has been mainly focused on telling the Church that we are entering a season of unprecedented change, and that we are facing uncharted waters on a global scale.[1] Through his writings and speaking, he uses New Age/Emergent terminology to describe what he says the Lord has shown him. The same terminology used by Marilyn Ferguson in her New Age book.

In this interview with Steve Shultz from the Elijah List, which is the Dominionists hub for information, Larry gives you some insight into his ministry. Note his comment on how Christians will rule and reign with world leaders. This teaching is Dominion Theology, and it goes hand-in-hand with Christian Reconstructionism -  the Roman Catholic/Calvinist theology that will eventually rebuild the Catholic church, thus creating the basis for the Antichrist kingdom. It has been the goal of the secret societies for years.

(YouTube link)

The Blue Moon Conference
Instead of using the rising sun logo for the New World Order, Larry decided to use the blue moon rising for his coming conference from August 29th - September 1st in Franklin, TN. It coincidentally coincides with the event of the blue moon, a lunar event that come along every 2.7 years. The next one will occur in 2015.

Why bother mentioning this? Since Larry is involved in metaphysical/gnostic teachings/occult teachings, it's interesting to note the significance the blue moon has to witchcraft, and question why he would pick this for the name of a Christian conference.

During the nights of a blue moon, some witches do special magick, since they believe the veil between heaven and earth is thin and the ability to communicate with the spirits is very powerful. It is considered a very spiritually significant time for prayer and meditation, and it goes back thousands of years.[2] It reminds me of when Lou Engle chose 11/11/11 to hold 'The Call' in Detroit - another day significant for those in the occult.

As we have seen with Rick Joyner and his other friends from the Third Wave gnostic prophets, Larry Randolph doesn't seem to be any different. He ministers in a world that markets Christian elitism, fantasy, and false miracles. As good intentioned believers listen to them intently, they are unable to see the difference between the holy and the unholy. As a result, they are offering spiritual strange fire before the Lord.

"Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?  And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity."