it doesn't come
true as it was predicted, then it wasn't from God . Its that simple.
one is a true or a false prophet.... If he is a true prophet, his
message will come to pass exactly as prophesied. If he is a false
prophet, his prophecy will fail to come to pass" (Watch Tower, May
15, 1930, p. 154). In their own words the Watchtower Bible and
Tract Society is nothing but false prophets.Secrets
of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
don’t just look
at the outward public face of the Conspiracy. Don’t just look at the
surface, such as international bankers, the CFR, Trilaterals, the Treaty
of Rome, and the European Union, look at who their teachers are,
who their priests are, who their philosophers are. Don’t stop short
and point at some world banker. Find out who his shaman is. Find out who
does his astrology chart. Look at who taught him gnosticism, and
syncretism, and you will find yourself looking squarely at the
Left to Right:
Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891)
- Contacted by the Master Morya in 1851. After years of contact with her
spirit masters she helped to found the Theosophical
in 1875. Published Isis Unveiled in 1877, established
Lucifer, an occult magazine, in London in 1887, and then published The
Secret Doctrine in 1888. also
- Contacted by the Master Koot Humi in 1895. In 1917 she became
acquainted with students of Blavatsky and then joined the Theosophical
Society. In 1919 the Master Djwhal Khul contacted her and asked for her
assistance in taking some dictation. At first she refused out of fear,
but then later accepted upon instruction from the Master Koot Humi. The
Master Djwhal Khul then wrote eighteen books through Bailey from
1922-1960. She founded the hugely influential Lucis
in 1922. Formerly the Lucifer Trust
Creme (born in 1922)
- From a young age he was a student of the works of Blavatsky and
Bailey, (and other occultists). First contacted by The Master (full name
undisclosed) in 1959. The Master informed him that he would play a major
role in the reappearance of Maitreya the Christ. Formed Share
in 1975. Since then he has been
traveling the globe, speaking and lecturing in preparation for The
Christ, and he claims to be in direct telepathic contact with both The
Master and Maitreya. see also: Visit
with Benjamin Creme... (Part 1, The Pr...
the World Teacher (a.k.a. The Christ)
- As he allegedly appeared in Kenya in 1988. Creme claims that Maitreya
created and inhabited a human body in 1977, and privately entered
society taking up residence in London. Since then he is alleged to have
privately appeared to thousands of individuals, performing miracles and
wonders and convincing many of the truth of his mission. (Wayne
is one influential casualty, as is Mikhail
In 1923, Greber, a Roman Catholic priest, became interested in
communication with spirit beings. These spirits often spoke through his
wife, a spirit medium, and told him the Bible was full of errors. The
Bible clearly forbids all contact with demons professing to bring
messages from God. Knowing this, the Society has even attempted to
hinder research about Greber by informing inquirers writing them in
1981, that they do not know where his new Testament can be obtained.3
Yet, we have a copy of an official Watchtower letter sent to the Greber
Foundation dated December 20, 1980 thanking them for sending their New
Testament and a book entitled COMMUNICATION WITH THE SPIRIT WORLD OF
GOD. The Watchtower Society first began quoting Greber's translation on
John 1:1 in 1962. To show the depths of their deception and that they
knew what they were doing, we find that six years earlier, in the 1956
Watchtower, page 111, the Society mentions Greber and warns readers
against his demon-inspired translation! WHO
IS JOHANNES GREBER?
the 1960s and 1970s,
the Watchtower Society occasionally used the translation of the New
Testament by Johannes Greber to support their similar renderings of John
1:1 and Matthew 27:52,53. In 1983 they officially stopped using his
translation because of its "close rapport with spiritism." The
information that Geber Was a Spiritist Was readily available to the
Society's writers. In 1955 and 1956 the Society's writers themselves
wrote of Greber's spiritism. Their use of Greber's translation to
support their New World Translation and their explanations for it is
evidence of shallow scholarship. The
Watchtower Society and Johannes Greber
Aleister Crowley 1875-1947--Aleister
Crowley is the occultist and Satanist that is maybe the most well known.
His works "The Book of the Law", "Magick in Theory and
Practice" and "The Book of Thoth" are broadly used in
occult circuits. Crowley himself didn't take much credit for having
written them, as he stated they were written by automatic handwriting,
being channeled from a higher being called Aiwaz (or Aiwass).
- Born in 1875. After leaving Trinity College of
Cambridge he was introduced to George Cecil Jones, who introduced him to
the Golden Dawn. Crowley was initiated into the GD in London in 1898.
- Soon the GD was split into two competing camps, one headed by
Florence Farr in London and the other by MacGregor Mathers in Paris.
When Crowley was denied access to the Second Order in London he went to
Paris and was initiated by Mathers. Yeats and other members of the
London branch then had Mathers and Crowley expelled.
- "In 1903, Crowley married Rose
Kelly, and they went to Egypt on their honeymoon. After returning to
Cairo in early 1904, Rose (who until this point had shown no interest or
familiarity with the occult) began entering trance states and insisting
to her husband that the god Horus was trying to contact him. As a test,
Crowley took Rose to the Boulak Museum and asked her to point out Horus
to him. She passed several well-known images of the god and led Aleister
straight to a painted wooden funerary stele from the 26th dynasty,
depicting Horus receiving a sacrifice from the deceased, a priest named
Ankh-f-n-khonsu. Crowley was especially
impressed by the fact that this piece was numbered 666 by the museum, a
number with which he had identified since childhood." Brother Aleister Crowley
- Crowley divorced Rose in 1910 after she succumbed to alcoholic
dementia and was placed in an asylum. Crowley's second wife also went
insane, and five of his numerous mistresses committed suicide.
- Crowley was given the nickname of
"The Beast" by his mother, and promoting this title himself he
is commonly referred to as "The Great Beast," and was well
known as "the wickedest man in the world."
- After splitting with the Golden Dawn he formed the AA, or
Astrum Argentium, with G.C. Jones in 1906 to further his occult studies.
- In 1910 Crowley was contacted by the head of the O.T.O., the
Ordo Templi Orientis, Theodore Reuss, and joined their order. Crowley
took over in 1921 when Reuss suffered a stroke.
- The foundation of Crowley's belief was the slogan, "Do
what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law," supposedly
passed to him by his spirit guide Aiwass. Crowley was the tutor of Aldous Huxley, who was a champion of LSD
and one of the greatest promoters of the social upheavals in America in
the late 60's. Crowley's philosophy became reflected in the mantra of "If
it feels good do it."
- A picture of Crowley appears on the
cover of the Beatles "Sergeant Pepper's" album, and
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page bought Crowley's estate in Scotland.
- Crowley wrote an account of his spiritual progress in magic and
Satanism under the title "The Temple of Solomon the King."
The symbol (with a circle ) is also displayed by the rockgroup Led
Zeppelin. Members of Led Zeppelin are deeply involved in satanism and
the occult. Guitarist Jimmy Page, so consumed with satanism,
actually purchased Aleister Crowley's mansion. Most believe the
symbol is from the teachings of Aleister Crowley and represents 666.
MUSIC & 666External Link
Count Hans Kolvenbach--The
Jesuit's General--The Black Pope. Today, who is the Superior General of
the Jesuits, the so-called "Black Pope" [black here refers to
hidden, evil activities, not to race or color] who gives the orders to
the actual Pope. Is it still Jean-Baptist Janssens? Phelps:
Janssens, Frenchman. No, he passed away in 1964. Then Pedro Arrupe came
to power. Then, after Arrupe died, in 1988, I believe, the present
Jesuit General is Count Hans Kolvenbach. I call him Count Hans
Kolvenhoof. The Black Pope
born on Dec 29. US lawyer, historian, general. Masonic author. Brig
General, (Confederate Army), died in 1891. Well-known Masonic author
(Morals and Dogma) and composer of the ritual for the concordant body,
the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction, he was elected Sovereign Grand
Commander of that body in 1859, an office he held until his death.
Appointed Grand Orator of
the Grand Lodge of Arkansas on November 7, 1864, from 1853 onward he
was, at various times, chairman of numerous committees and boards, as
well as Grand Representative of four jurisdictions. Founder of the Ku
Klux Klan (KKK) see also: The
Scottish Rite's KKK ProjectAlbert Pike addressing the 23
Supreme Councils of the world on July 14, 1889:- "To you, Sovereign
Grand Instructors General, we say this, that you may repeat it to the
Brethren of the 32nd, 31st and 30th degrees: 'the Masonic Religion
should be, by all of us initiates of the high degrees, maintained
in the purity of the LUCIFERIAN Doctrine. . ."
Anton Szandor LaVey (1930-1997) Anton
LaVey was born on April 11th, 1930. He was and still is known as the
Father of Modern Satanism and was the creator and High Priest of the
first Satanic Church in San Francisco California. The Church of Satan
was created on April 30th, 1966 to celebrate man's carnal beast that
lived in the cosmos, motivated by the dark force known as Satan. He
wrote several books including "The Satanic Bible". He left the
Church of Satan under the commanding powers of the church's current High
Priestess: Blanche Burton (his consort and mother of his third child
Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey).
Clinton's chief campaign advisor James Carville is
pictured ( in People's Magazine. p.50 ) wearing a pentagram in the
middle of his forehead. Bill Clinton in his inaugural speech said,
"This ceremony is held in the depth of winter. But, by the words we
speak and the faces we show the world, we force the spring. Clinton
repeated the words "we force the spring" later in the speech.
That expression is a very unusual expression. To "force the
spring" is witchcraft language in witchcraft and Satanism. Lucifer
(Baal) rises from the underworld on May 1st (also known by the following
list of names Beltaine, a major European holiday, Communism and the
Illuminati's chief holiday, and Walpurgis). The May 1st rising brings
forth the season of fertility, which the witches each year take credit
for, by claiming that their magic rituals "force the spring."
The ritual magic that "forces the spring" is done on 3 Sabbats-the
first is Imbolg (also known by names: Candiemas by the Catholics and
Ground Hog Day by common dupes); the second is the vernal equinox (Mar.
20) in which blood and sex rituals are carried out and the third is
Beltaine (May 1) in which fire festivals are done. This is one of the
fire festivals which people around the United States tell me they have
witnessed from a distance. Witches believe that on May 1st, the female
force completes her takeover from the male force.
following names have been identified also as Luciferians in the
Muller was born in Belgium in 1923 and raised in the
Alsace-Lorraine region in France, he experienced constant
political and cultural turmoil during his youth. His grandparents
had five successive nationalities (French, German, French, German,
French) without leaving their village as a result of three wars
(1870-1871, 1914-1918, 1939-1945). Often as a child, Robert Muller
would look out of his window at the border he could not cross and
long for the day when he, like the birds, the clouds, the sun and
the stars, would no longer have to observe the imaginary line.
Today, thanks to the dream
and effort of his compatriot Robert Schuman who similarly hated these
borders, Robert Muller's passport reads, "European Union" with
the sub-title France, and he is free to cross all western European
Robert Muller knew the
horrors of World War II, of being a refugee, of Nazi occupation and
imprisonment. During the war he was a member of the French Resistance.
After the war he returned home and earned a Doctorate of Law from the
University of Strasbourg. In 1948 he entered and won an essay contest on
how to govern the world, the prize of which was an internship at the
newly created United Nations.
Dr. Muller devoted the
next 40 years of his life behind the scenes at the United Nations
focusing his energies on world peace. He rose through the ranks at the
UN to the official position of Assistant-Secretary-General. He has been
called the "Philosopher" and "Prophet of Hope" of
the United Nations. Robert Muller is a deeply spiritual person. From his
vantage point of a top level global states-person he has seen a strong
connection between spirituality and the political/cultural scene.
Robert Muller created a
"World Core Curriculum" and is known throughout the world as
the "father of global education." There are 29 Robert Muller
schools around the world with more being established each year. The
"World Core Curriculum" earned him the UNESCO Peace Education
Prize in 1989. Based on this curriculum and his devotion to good causes,
Dr. Muller has recently drawn up a "Framework for World Media
Coverage" as a public service, as well as a "Framework for
Planetary and Cosmic Consciousness" and a "Framework for the
Arts and Culture."
Now in active
"retirement," Dr. Muller is Chancellor of the University for
Peace created by the United Nations in demilitarized Costa Rica. He is
in great demand to make speeches to educational, environmental,
spiritual and political conferences around the world. Dr. Muller
concentrates his efforts on promoting greater human understanding and
global awareness. He was recently the recipient of the Albert Schweitzer
International Prize for the Humanities and the Eleanor Roosevelt Man of
Dr. Muller lives most of
the year at his small farm overlooking the University of Peace, on a
sacred indigenous hill, Mt. Rasur, from which according to indigenous
prophecy, a civilization of peace will extend to the entire world. His
traditional Costa Rican house is located just up the hill from the Peace
Monument of the University. In addition to his duties at the University,
he devotes time to his writings and is an internationally acclaimed,
multi-lingual speaker and author of fourteen books published in various
languages. He has published his Testament to the UN as well as his plans
and dreams for a peaceful, happy world.
At the prompting of many
of his friends, admirers and non-governmental organizations Robert
Muller was a candidate as a global citizen in 1996 for the post of
Secretary General of the United Nations.
Hans Küng, perhaps the world's best-known living theologian, has
translated controversy into an extraordinary biography of world
engagement and positive contribution to human affairs.
Kung has moved beyond the narrow albeit fascinating
world of theology to applying his well-trained analytical talents to
reflect on vital arenas of human productivity including politics,
economics, and international relations. Furthermore, he has moved
beyond the printed page to author and narrate an extensive television
production for Germany's largest network producer. Fortunately,
this evolution has not come at the expense of Kung's theological
moorings, but is ever a manifestation of this dynamic foundation.
Kung was a member of a group of maverick theologians who
prepared the way for Vatican II under Pope John XXIII. There is no
doubt that this vision of reform and openness remains dear to him.
Kung's censure by Pope John's successor seems to have acted as a
springboard for Kung, rather than an impediment or a cause for
bitterness. John Lloyd in a recent Financial Times article
writes "Early on Kung had a reputation for making trouble, but he
also has a youthful, almost naive frankness that sets him aside in the
world of artifice and carefully calculated conversation."
The mention of 50 books to Kung's credit typically found
in Kung biographies is deceptive insofar as many of these are works of
classic proportions. Books such as Great Christian Thinkers,
in which Kung investigates shifts in theological consciousness generated
by such figures as Paul, Augustine, Luther, Origen, Schleiermacher,
Barth and others, reveals Kung's uncommon insight into Western
Tradition. Now, using the same ability for making vast subject
matter clear and understandable, Kung has served as author and presenter
of a 7-hour series on the world's religions called Pathways
commissioned by Suddeutshcer Rundfunk, Germany's largest television
network producer. "Pathways which can lead to peacemaking,
pathways which can promote a better way of life .. Men and women in the
different religions know far too little of each other," says Kung.
Perhaps the center point within the centripetal
abundance of Kung is his passionate inquiry into a "Global
Ethic." Professor Kung is the President of the Global Ethic
Foundation in Tubingen, and author of Global Responsibility: In
Search of a New World Ethic. As such, he was Keynote Speaker
at a Tonbach Round Table where he addressed the former chairman
and current managing director of Daimler Benz, German ministers, and the
US Treasury Secretary. In Kung's public lectures, even in small
towns, his audiences overflow, gathering 1,000 or more.
Kung expanded his knowledge and expertise to integrate
himself and his theological ideals into the rough and tumble reality of
economics, politics, and international relations, while not losing his
personal spiritual call and way of life. This makes him
indispensable as one who is able to introduce ethical considerations to
even the most forceful and sophisticated levels of leadership.
That he has cultivated a style which transforms the complex to the
comprehensible makes him a valuable teacher for all audiences.
John Naisbitt, author of
Megatrends, Global Paradox, and Megatrends Asia, is a much sought after
speaker and advisor to many of the world’s leading corporations and
heads of state. Mr. Naisbitt is also the co-author, with Patricia
Aburdene, of Re-inventing the Corporation, Megatrends 2000, and
Megatrends for Women.
The culmination of
nearly a decade of research, Megatrends is one of publishing’s great
success stories. It was on The New York Times best-seller list for
more than two years (much of the time as Number 1) and has been a
best-seller in 18 countries, including Japan, where it was also Number
1. Worldwide, more than eight million copies have been sold.
With Patricia Aburdene, John Naisbitt co-authored the international
best-sellers Re-inventing the Corporation (1985); Megatrends 2000
(1990), published in 32 countries and the Number 1 best-seller in the
U.S., Japan, and Germany; and Megatrends for Women (1992). Mr.
Naisbitt has published a book in Japanese, Japan’s Identity Crisis,
released in Japan in May 1992. His book, Global Paradox (1994),
received England’s World Review Award for Best Book of the Year.
Megatrends Asia, was published in January 1996, and his latest book,
High Tech/ High Touch, was published in the fall of 1999 and has since
been published in 16 other countries.
In forty years of
business experience, John Naisbitt has been an executive with IBM and
Eastman Kodak, as well as a successful entrepreneur. His studies
in political science were pursued at Utah, Harvard, and Cornell.
He holds 12 honorary doctorates in the humanities and sciences, has been
a visiting fellow at Harvard University, and in 1991 and 1992 he was a
visiting professor at Moscow State University. He is currently
Distinguished International Fellow, Institute of Strategic and
International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia, in Kuala Lumpur, the first
non-Asian to hold this appointment. He is also on the faculty at
Nanjing University in China.
He and his wife, Doris,
live in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Vienna, Austria.
ASIMOV, Isaac Aged: 72
Born: January 2, 1920 Where: Petrovichi, Russia
Died: April 6, 1992 Where: New York, NY
SS#: 055-24-6410 NY Interred: Cremated
Married: Gertrude Blugerman When: July 26, 1942 (div 1973)
Married#2: Janet Opal Jeppson When: November 30, 1973
Hugos for: F&SF Science Articles (1963 Special Achievement); the
Foundation Series (1966 Best All-time Series); The Gods Themselves (1973
Novel); "The Bicentennial Man" (1977 Novelette); Foundation's
Edge (1983 Novel); "Gold" (1992 Novelette); and, I. Asimov: A
Memoir (1995 Non-Fiction). Nebulas for 1972's Novel (The Gods
Themselves) and 1976's Novelette "The Bicentennial Man." The
1986 SFWA award for Grand Master; and the 1967 Skylark Award. A 1997
inductee into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame.
received a doctorate in chemistry from Columbia University and taught
biochemistry (1949-58) at Boston University, remaining on the faculty
there until his death. Although a scientist, Isaac would be best known
for his works of science fiction. The most famous include: I Robot
(1950), The Foundation Trilogy (1951-52), The Gods Themselves (1972),
and Foundation's Edge (1982). A member of the Futurians, Asimov was
always heavily connected to the pulps, most notably his years as a
columnist for Fantasy & Science Fiction.
But in his
life, Asimov's scientific preferences prevailed and he wrote hundreds of
text-book type volumes. Carl Sagan, the astronomer, writer, and lecturer
associated with Cornell University, described Isaac Asimov as "one
of the master explainers of the age . . . I think millions of people owe
their knowledge of science, their familiarity with some scientific fact,
to reading either the fact or fiction of Isaac Asimov."
claimed 477 published titles while alive...about half dealt with
subjects in areas that Asimov decided the population at large required
astute and correct enlightenment. And about half of these were young
adult and children's books that did not talk down to the younger
also nonscientific works that ranged from Shakespearean interpretations
to biblical studies. Among them were A Choice of Catastrophes (possible
ways of human self-annihilation), In The Beginning (an exploration of
the biblical book of Genesis), The Measure of the Universe, and Nemesis.
Asimov allowed his mind to gather whatever interested him; be it Gilbert
& Sullivan, Gulliver's Travels, or collecting Sherlock Holmes
limericks. His autobiography required several volumes: In Memory Yet
Green, In Joy Still Felt, and I, Asimov.
an information vacuum cleaner and sucked up everything available on a
given subject and occasionally chose to ignore those sources. His claim
to have invented/created 'robots' (possibly a misreading of his
"Robotics, a word I created") was overstated to say the least.
Bear in mind: Frank Baum's Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz, Karel Capek's
1920's play "R. U. R.," silent movie robots, and even Eando
Binder's short story, "I, Robot." The ego that drove and
supported him, was also Asimov's worst enemy. But he did create a new
form of robot, no question.
died, Asimov's listing in Who's Who contained the following
self-description; "I have been fortunate to be born with a restless
and efficient brain, with a capacity of clear thought and an ability to
put that thought into words...I am the beneficiary of a lucky break in
the genetic sweepstakes." So say you one, so say we all.
The Isaac Asimov Fund
Robyn Asimov, working with the American Museum of Natural History in New
York City, established the Isaac Asimov Fund to support the annual Isaac
Memorial Panel Debate at the Museum's Hayden Planetarium. The first
debate will take place at the Hayden Planetarium on February 13,
( 9 and 13 are big occult numbers) home_page.html
Berry is a historian of cultures and a writer with special concern
for the foundation of cultures in their relations with the natural
world. He comes from the hill country of North Carolina where he
was born in 1914. He entered a monastery in 1934 and earned his
doctoral degree in western intellectual history from the Catholic
University of America with a dissertation on Giambaptista Vico.
early interest in western history was expanded to include Asian
history and religion as well as the culture and religious life of
indigenous peoples. He studied Chinese language and culture in
China in 1948. Later he learned Sanskrit for the study of India
and its religious traditions.
assisted in an educational program for the T'boli tribal peoples of
South Cotabato on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
years he taught the cultural and religious history of India and China at
Seton Hall University in New Jersey and at St. John's University in New
York. Later he was director of the graduate program in the History of
Religions at Fordham University from 1966 until 1979. Founder of the
Riverdale Center of Religious Research in New York City, he was its
director from its beginning in 1970 until its termination in 1995. He
was also president of the American Teilhard Association from 1975 until
1987. It was during this period that he began to lecture widely on the
intersection of cultural and ecological issues.
published works include a book on Buddhism 1968 and one on the Religions
of India in 1972. Sierra Club Books published his reflections on ecology
in 1988 entitled The Dream of the Earth. This book was awarded the
Lannan Prize for non-fiction in 1995. A book written with the
cosmologist, Brian Swimme, The Universe Story: From the
Primordial Flaring Forth to the Ecozoic Era was published by Harper San
Francisco in 1992. The story presented there is proposed as the context
for an educational program from the earliest years through university
and professional training, an education suited to the needs of the
emerging twenty-first century.
He has been
recognized for his work with honorary degrees from several universities
and awards from environmental organizations. Although he has retired
back to Greensboro, North Carolina where he was born, he continues to
write and speak, both here and abroad, about the growing environmental
Swimme is a mathematical cosmologist on the graduate faculty of
the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
field of research is the nature of the evolutionary dynamics of
the universe. His central concern is the role of the human within
the Earth community.
ideas have been featured at conferences sponsored by the American
Association for the Advancement of Science, The United Nations,
The World Bank, UNESCO, and the International Montessori
Maurice F. Strong, P.C., O.C., LL.D.
In addition to serving as Chairman of the Earth Council, Mr. Strong also
serves as Senior Advisor to both the United Nations and the World Bank.
Mr. Strong is also Director of the World Economic Forum Foundation,
Chairman of the Stockholm Environment Institute, and Member and Chairman
of the Executive Committee of the United Nations Foundation.
Mr. Strong has previously held
positions as Chairman of the World Resources Institute, Chairman and CEO
of Ontario Hydro, as Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference
on Environment and Development in 1992 (the Earth Summit), Executive
Director of the United Nations Environment Programme, as well as
Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on the Human
Environment in 1972.
Mr. Strong continues to be active in
Canadian business, and is currently Chairman of Technology Development
Corporation and Strovest Holdings. He also has a long record of service
to the Canadian government, and was the first President of the Canadian
International Development Agency. He also served as Chairman of the
Canadian Development Investment Corporation, and President, Chairman,
and CEO of Petro Canada.
Mr. Strong's professional
accomplishments in Canadian business and international affairs have
resulted in a number of honours, including membership in the Queen's
Privy Council for Canada, the Swedish Royal Order of the Polar Star, the
Order of Canada, and 41 honourary doctorates.
On Memorial Day, May 30,
1982, Richard Halloran leaked the existence of Project Z in an article
in the *New York Times.* The article said: "PENTAGON DRAWS UP FIRST
STRATEGY FOR FIGHTING A LONG NUCLEAR WAR. Defense Department policy
makers in a new five-year defense plan have accepted the premise that
nuclear conflict with the Soviet Union could be protracted, and have
drawn up their first strategy for fighting such a war."
Johnny Cash's album "American Recordings" contains
the song "Thirteen" written by Glenn Danzig. One of
Danzig's logos is a picture of a demon strangling the Lord Jesus
Christ while blood is coming out of Jesus's bulging eyes!
And Johnny Cash claims to be a follower of Jesus Christ?