It’s Sunday morning in Rural Town USA, a group of small children skip along the dirt driveway into Sunday School. Elderly couples and young couples gather inside the little white church, tucked away into rural background. People are smiling, hugging and welcoming each other, sharing their ‘brotherly love’ with one another. The sun is shining and the birds are singing…. It seems as though the universe is smiling on their little gathering.
This is a scene repeated every Sunday morning across the U.S.A. Be they Catholic or Baptist, Pentecostal or Lutheran, they all have an outwardly loving appearance. They emit a glow, a peace and tranquility that is something they hope others will be drawn to. Their lips profess love and charity – speaking of how “God so loved the world” and singing “Bringing in the Sheaves”. People dont realize that the ‘old time church’ is growing and is still a large part of American Christendom. Looking at it objectively, one might easily ask “Whats so wrong with what they are doing? Love and peace are great, and the small town/old time atmosphere is desirable in these fast moving modern times!” This is my point of contention – does the outsider REALLY know how they act?
The answer is a resounding NO. As someone who was deeply involved in the ‘grass-roots’ Christian movement, I know first hand what they are capable of, and what their goals are. While not all Christians can be lumped together, they are growing in influence, not due to some sort of revolution of ideals, nor is it exclusively because of one single group, branch or leader. The Christian movement is stirring because of the political advantage, and religious beliefs they hold. I have seen much information regarding the Seven Mountains Mandate and I find it to be not as big a problem as some have made it out to be. Most people going after Christians are doing so from a certain bias, where as I am not.
Christianity gives itself a rosy appearance, and it is easy for the unsuspecting to be caught up in this area. They provide a sense of belonging and ‘brotherhood/sisterhood’, appealing to the isolated and depressed… Offering the supposed solution to their problems. They do however have an ugly stain, one comprised of hate, intolerance and blood shed. While most violence on a faith wide level was committed in the very early days of Christianity, and was last seen in an organized form in the early 1700’s witch burnings, they have changed their strategy in the more civilized world. Their new strategy has been to attempt a more Christian political ideology, and this is where the confusion sets in. (See Politics Section Below)
Looking back at the scene I described earlier in this article, lets add in something of a ‘less desirable’ element to them…..
As the Elderly and Young couples are joining hands and hugging, a large van pulls up about halfway into the church driveway. Out of it steps 6 black-robed Satanists, one of whom is a priest. Wearing no make up or profane slang (as that is disrespectful to the Deity in a public display) a simple pentagram hangs from a necklace, and the priest displays a simple “backwards collar”. They aren’t yelling, they aren’t attack… Merely ‘visiting’ the church for whatever reason. (While I admit that #1 getting this many Satanists, including a priest, together is difficult and #2 thinking they would go to a christian church for any reason is a little wild – follow the thought process… Putting the creedo ‘all are welcome’ to the test perhaps?) They begin walking calmly up the drive to the church doors.
A silence spreads through the people there, as the robed figures come closer. The little children are rushed into the building, the pastor steps out side, all the women are practically thrown into the church, leaving some 20 or so men outside. What happens now? Does the preacher greet theses Satanists – people who have made no threat or provocation? Do the church men ask what they want and then let them in? I can tell you, from first hand planning, NO.
First there would be yelling, using typical “In the name of Jesus” commands and threats. Once the peaceful facade is dropped, things look much different. Now instead of saying “God so loved the world” they quote things such as Matthew 10:34 – “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.” and are no longer singing “Bringing in the Sheaves” but instead “Onward Christian Soldiers”. Following this line to its conclusion, do you think the Satanists will make it into the Church? In my opinion, I would imagine they would end up in the Hospital, of course, so would many of the ‘christian defenders’. This almost occurred at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio Texas, at least that is what John Hagee claims….
Why would such an event take place? Granted, if I held a meeting, we would not attempt such… However would this happen if we did?
An even more important question would be this: How would the authorities and media handle the story/action?
Would they tell the story accurately? Or would it be labeled as an attempted mass attack on the church?
I do not recommend anyone attempt this… Anyone who does, does so at their own risk and is not following the direction of myself, the Order of the Dragon or its priesthood.. Nor any other affiliated property.
In Satan’s Honor
Hail The Great Dragon!
Due Ortu Satanae Populi!
AGM James L. Nicholson II