Sunday 12 July 2015



William Branham (1909 - 1965) was a world famous Pentecostal pastor, allegedly born in Kentucky in the USA.

He also has links to the Freemasons and the CIA.

Branham's tomb.

Branham claimed that the UK's King George VI was healed through his prayers[37].

However, George VI died less than two years after Branham prayed for him.[38]

In 1947, a minister in Canada stated that many of those that Branham 'healed' actually died soon after.

Kydd, Ronald A. N. (1998). Healing through the Centuries: Models for Understanding.


Branham claimed to be the end-time "Elijah".

In 1933, Branham was baptising converts in the Ohio River.

He said that people along the bank saw a light descend over where he was standing.

He said that he heard a voice say, "As John the Baptist was sent to forerun the first coming of Jesus Christ, so your message will forerun His second coming."[21]

Branham is linked to the CIA's Jim Jones, best known for the mass murder of his followers at Jonestown in 1978.

Jones and Branham shared the pulpit at a mammoth religious convention in1956. [45]

In 1956, the Internal Revenue Service charged Branham with tax evasion.[43][46]

In 1965, Branham was killed in a car 'accident'.

Branham taught that Eve and the serpent had sexual intercourse and that every woman potentially carried the literal seed of the devil.[62]

Banham taught that the USA would be destroyed by 1977 and then Christ would return.

Branham still has many followers in such countries as the Congo, Brazil and USA.

Paul Schäfer Schneider, believed to be an Ashkenazi Jew and a Nazi. child abuse

Reportedly, Paul Schneider Schaefer, the Jewish nazi who created and ran Colonia Dignidad, said that he got his inspiration to create Colonia Dignidad from Pentecostal minister William Branham.

Colonia Dignidad was used by the CIA and friends to torture and mind control children.

Reportedly, a regular visitor to Colonia Dignidad was the German politician Franz-Josef Strauss.

Reportedly, Branham's mentor was the occultist Franklin Hall.


"William Branham loved his 'tape boys', Gene and Leo.

"When they set up their commune in Prescott, AZ, he even dedicated their 'park' with his blessing. 

"Years later, we find their homosexuality exploded into much, much worse. Why did Branham do this when he knew they were homosexual?"

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At 12 July 2015 at 02:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I presume you've all seen this!

At 12 July 2015 at 03:17 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 12 July 2015 at 04:12 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the elite targetting the MP Danzcuk?.Perhaps he is genuinely a decent person.If there is one thing the elite do not like is an individual without vice.
MPs are controllable if they have "flaws" in their makeup.
The Daily Mail is forever running stories about his mad as a hatter wife,who looks decidely Jewish.
Did they set the MP up with her in order to get him.He is said to be suffering from depression as a result..
Would they do something like this?.The answer is an emphatic yes...if there was no other way to smear this MP.

At 12 July 2015 at 04:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 12 July 2015 at 08:17 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

‘A chain is its strongest at its weakest link’ said Willy B, they/some, call(ed) him a capital P prophet. Not a good start. Here’s how it goes down. Those camp meeting days, a USA post-Pentecostal pioneer kick-off, piled wheelchairs and crutches up high. Yet almost all the glory-bugs up front, were pissed up, sister shagging, offering nicking, tikes. Branham? I can't be bothered to fully research or discern. Whatever, it was all a mish-mash. God had them – potentially - numbered: ‘Not every one who is saying to me Lord, lord, shall come into the reign of the heavens; but he who is doing the will of my Father who is in the heavens. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, lord, have we not in thy name prophesied? and in thy name cast out demons? and in thy name done many mighty things? And then I will acknowledge to them, that — I never knew you, depart from me ye who are working lawlessness.’ (Young Literal).

So how does this miracle making time figure? The word and action culminated in God gifting, living, faith. Branham and co were obviously lucky to be in such timely grace-filled times and meetings that God was ready, willing, and able, to bless. This, undoubtedly was also happening because of the many yet to be so tv-tainted, sincere and truly Christ-centred, amongst the multitudes, who prayed, and loved, and sought after... They must have proper prayed. Must have, no other explanation makes sense. William himself, we’ll never for sure know. He can only be judged by what he said and evidently did, and on the doing it for the devil, we can't be so sure. The barmy, wacky doody ideas (amongst the sense), this all conjured up out of a hubris, stoked up from the same crowd building arrogance that is ever with us. But they had the real faith I reckon, must have, and those spectacular, astonishing, “get off out your seat” outrageous healing's, how else do we explain? Come on try? You’ll need some faith to believe, it was only con or some pscho-magic and not mysterious or…

Theology, the ideas about God, mostly determine what's what. The so-called ‘word of faith’ teaching, this lot, who are said to have hatched so-called revival/s that never really were. Second division, wanna-be-followers of a better brew. Smith Wigglesworth, Welsh and Hebridean outpourings, this lot didn't get so silly or off God message. They, Wales, got miss-routed but who can face the evidential power. The claimed presence of God, poorer and therefore cleaner because it hadn't got the swagger and ultimately the illuminati, yes CIA, prods and pushes. Try Rees Howells ‘Intercessor’. Read Leonard Ravenhill for some history.

W.B. spooky? Yup. Sinister? I don’t know. Full of faith? yep. Today’s worldy-wild broadcasting, another biggo conference trooping, one-more bragging upbeat slacker, are completely sleepy do-lolly-aping Branham-ites. Dem are sucking the Globalist NWO… you know what… And if any you are reading, doubtful you are, at least you’re reading this rare outpost of vision. This is more prophetic, more than all your websites, your Elijah posts, will ever be. That is until you REPENT. Also, cut the driving Zionism, and regardless of your trad reading of the NT, cut the tiresome homophobia. You can't argue a convicting word, can't stand in the light and it's all a little bit obsessive.
You love God, love others.

At 12 July 2015 at 10:04 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Queen of the FAKE Bin Laden videos Rita Katz/SITE is the “source” for the fake ISIS “beheading” videos…as usual


At 12 July 2015 at 12:29 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

In that first YouTube video still image Branham looks like a Bush (eyes close together look), probably another relative or Sephardic old bloodline crypto like the Bushes.

CIA forever creating cults, for mind control tests and also to make religion/Christianity look bad.

At 13 July 2015 at 09:19 , Anonymous Infidel said...

"But all intellectual life was bound to suffer from the erection of a historic delusion into a popular code of moral and social law. Men assured that the ethical and ceremonial law of the ancient Hebrews was the beginning and end of all civic wisdom and righteousness could not lead a sane civic life. The sermons of the Reformers were vain asseverations of a non-existent moral order. All social evil, all individual misfortune, was declared, in the Hebraic manner, to be God's vengeance for sin; when all the while the infliction of evil by persecutors was denounced as in itself sin against God. The most popular preachers made the wildest promises of material welfare to the faithful as the due reward of faith; and every failure of fulfilment was as confidently explained in terms alternately of divine benevolence and divine chastening. The most repellent teachings of the Hebrew books were erected into infallible canons and commands; and every contemporary problem was put on the rack of Hebrew precedent. On all sides, the human soul was bewildered by unreason."

A Short History of Christianity
Second Edition, Revised, With Additions
by J. M. (John Mackinnon) Robertson, 1856-1933

Published 1913

At 14 July 2015 at 02:35 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The questions raised by this quote, a judgement upon the church, specifically the Reformation, are a vital commentary that we’d do well to face. John’s ‘Honest to God’ famously knocked some of the wind out the glibly flapping theological sails of the day. Caused quite a woo-ha. This second quote, the first on ‘CATHOLICISM AND ISLAM - CONSPIRACY THEORY’, has much to contribute and is alarmingly clear. I must reappraise, (well appraise, period, being honest to…). I’ve found an available ‘Doubts about Doubt: Honest to God Forty Years On’ by, the generally reliable and brilliant, N.T. Wright. Laters reading.

Nevertheless, do these Protestant planted, mixed bag of influences leave the ‘infidel’ in better and worse shape, considering hypothetical speculations about what would have happened, if it hadn’t? Like a lotta history… I dunno? God is in it – and not so, and not at all in parts. In the balance? Not a question I’ve read a convincing answer. God has to work with what’s what and we have the ease of retrospectives. As I’ve previously written, the hidden - from the mainstream fooled public – hands of history and elite puppeteers, they had their mitts in the Reformation (obviously) and deeper, how and why, would be valuable research.

The main thrust, that all events were judgements from God; the be all and end all, of wisdom and civility was the Hebrew Law; that all opposition towards these proclaimers was distinctly and somewhat uniquely sinful; and the simplistic all good towards the church was a reward, the converse a punishment – this, comes from a foundational misunderstanding: reading the Bible through Paul (the common error), The Reformers, mystic Meg or brother John or…

However, reading it in and through the lens, perspective, and final shaping revelation: the words and life of Jesus – now ‘this’ is the message from God. Plus, the Bible requires reading with God’s help, the call to humility that our head just ain't enough. We need the involvement of the ever-present and willing Holy Spirit.

The church, following ample internal Biblical instruction, should be in a constant recovery of this Christo-centric approach, otherwise John R’s understandable assessment often stands without justifiable qualification or convincing alternatives.

Down and out pops a human-like blob from a flying saucer. Reading the world through the BBC or Aangirfan… the more established, and the other; younger upstarts lifting evidence back for a fuller and more informed perspective. The church wings debate’s (rows more like), would, if they ‘woke up’ be overturned. And truth-ers over idol-traditionalists (the prepared to repent-ers) would start developing, (better be quick...), theology likely to be taken more seriously by the ever increasing crowds, leaving or having never stepped foot in church. It would also, and here's the slammer, have us praying aright and practicing ‘healing… casting out… and raising…’ that is the battle cry of God. Until and towards, I must intercede like there's nothing else – these rants aside – worth doing.


At 14 July 2015 at 16:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul understood Christ and didn't miss, the Holy Spirit, or miss-write but those then and now, who try to mix old with new but not Paul - 'new perspective' - 'n all. Mark

At 16 July 2015 at 20:41 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

All one has to do is go to the actual source to read for themselves
what William Branham said. It's all on record.
I truly pity the person that would speak ill against a genuine prophet of God.

At 16 July 2015 at 20:42 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 5 September 2015 at 01:05 , Blogger Unknown said...

I don't; I speak ill against wm.branham.


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