Monday, November 21, 2011

Louis Farrakhan and the New Age Masonic christ

When Farrakhan speaks, I listen. In the past, he's always had enlightening things to say about  UFOs, the differences between branches of Freemasonry, and the conspiracy of the Wall Street bankers. In this recent video, he rattles off more Scripture than any preacher I've ever heard.

Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan preaches Jesus, but it's not the Jesus of Biblical Christianity. He explains how he had an experience, and that he's a new creature in Christ. He says that he knows he met Jesus, because he's "a new kind of black man."

Is this Chrislam, or is he preparing his people for the New Age Masonic christ - or perhaps both? Listen to parts 5 and 6 of this new series of messages and see what you think.

Part 5

(YouTube link) (Key point begins at 07:00)

Part 6

(YouTube link)

New Age Masonic christ
Farrakhan reveals that there will be a christ who will appear, and his name is Hiram (a Freemason who built Solomon's Temple). He is going to build the kingdom of god, and he believes the coming King of Kings will be a black man.  

According to
"Masons think the day will come when all of the Ancient Mysteries will be revealed to all those dwelling on the earth. In the Masonic Legend of Hiram Abiff, that day will be marked by his resurrection to rule the world.  According to the Bible, Hiram Abiff will most certainly rule. He will come as Hiram Abiff to the Mason, Crishna to the Hindu, Imam Mahdi to the Muslim, or Sosiosch to the Zoroastrian.  But in the Word of God, he is called the Beast (Antichrist)."
It becomes obvious why Israel is so crucial to Freemasonry. Unless they can control Israel, the Beast of the Book of Revelation will never be able to take control of the world government.

The Jesuit Connection

Farrakhan With Rev. M. Pfleger, 
a social justice activist from Chicago. He's Jesuit trained.

The United Religions Initiative promotes one religion, which he has cooperated with in the past.[1] They promote all paths to god as being valid. Another organization Farrakhan has been involved with is the Parliament of World Religions. When they held a conference in Chicago in 1993, Farrakhan signed the document titled: "Globalization Toward a Global Ethic." [2]

The message of "Christ" must be his attempt to bring Chrislam to his congregation. Perhaps some will find the true path to the Savior.

Part 1 of the video series