Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Near Death Experience (NDE) DO NOT go to light! Call on Jesus Christ!

This could be one of the most important articles you will ever read. In fact, it may save your life. 

Even if you do not take me seriously now, someday you may thank God that you heard this information, because it either saved your life or the life of a loved one. Later on in this article I share the story of a young woman who contacted me to thank me for my testimony and my information about NDE. She said the information saved her husband’s life. 

The most important information I have always proves to be the most difficult for me to write about. The information in this article is no exception. 

This seemingly simple article should be a piece of cake to put together, however it hasn’t been easy… at all! I suppose I should not be surprised of the resistance and difficulty I have had in trying to get this article written and posted.  After all, there was resistance to keep me from initially sharing this crucial information on 2 previous live interviews. 

Near Death Experience (NDE) DO NOT go to light! Call on Jesus Christ!

One of the most important warnings I can ever issue has to do with what is referred to as “Near Death Experiences” (NDE) and going to the light. My warning is not based on conjecture, it is fact from my own personal experience which I will be sharing with you here in this article. 

From what I have discovered about the testimonies of people and their "near death experiences" is that many have reported being drawn to a light and then traveling through a tunnel. Some people report that there was no light or a tunnel to travel through and that they simply found themselves hovering over their body until their bodies were resuscitated. 

I think it is possible that some people who have reported seeing and entering the white light during their NDE may have experienced something that was of God.  I too have my own similar experiences of such a thing from when I was a small child and drowning was used by my handlers as part of trauma based mind control. 

However, one should never assume that all spiritual experiences = God experiences and that “angels” or beautiful looking creatures who claim they are there to help you are actually sent from God to assist you. There are many fallen angels working for Satan who masquerade as angels of light. I know this is fact because I used to work with these fallen beings on assignments in both the physical and the supernatural.

“Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God;          ~ 1 John: 4

“And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.” ~ 2 Corinthians 11:14 -15

One of our assignments had to do with this very important topic of NDE. 

The first time I publicly shared this unusual information about NDE's was in an interview in 2013 where I talked about some of the out of body work I was involved in with the fallen angels who call themselves “the ascended masters”. (Everything about these beings and their plan, “The Plan” is deception.)

Here is why you should NEVER take the word of any being claiming to be here to help you…even when it comes to NDE’s.

During my many years of service in what I now know to be Satan’s spiritual hierarchy, I worked with Satan’s inner circle on numerous projects. At the time I fully believed these beings I had known all of my life were what they claimed to be, which was God’s spiritual hierarchy and working to help humanity. These beings have had numerous names and titles throughout the centuries. Today they are most commonly known as “the ascended masters”, “the masters of wisdom”, “The Brotherhood of the White Lodge” and “The Great White Brotherhood”.

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NDE - Convincing people they were about to die and that they should come with us.

One of the activities I was involved in with these beings had to do with the great deception of convincing people they were about to die in an accident and that if they came with us right then, that we would take them to the light and they would be spared of all pain. The part of our message about being spared of pain was accented as leverage to motivate the person or persons to quickly make the choice of their free will to let us “help” them leave their bodies so we could take them with us. Talk about high pressure sales! (If the victims desired what we offered and gave us their permission to “help” them, it was easier to take them from their bodies and no force was necessary. It was all about manipulating people’s will. We needed them to be in agreement with us.) 

Here is an example of one of those events where I participated: 

The “masters” told me that a jet liner was going to crash and that were going to help the people on the liner. (Again, keep in mind that at this time I fully believed that these beings who called themselves “ascended masters” were of God and that we were working as servants of God.)

In our astral bodies we entered the jet liner while it was in mid flight and we semi materialized to the passengers as ethereal translucent angels in white robes. Not all of the passengers were able to see us, but the ones who did see us, we petitioned them to come with us. We told them that their flight was going to crash and they were not going to survive the crash and that we were there to help them pass over to the other side. We told them that if they chose to come with us right then, that we would take them to the light and that they would be spared all of the pain of dying. We stressed to them that IF they did not choose to come with us right then, that they would feel the full impact of the crash and all the pain of death from the injuries.  

As soon as a person chose to come with us, we drew them out of their bodies and took them to a large bright vortex of light. I don’t know what happened to these people after they entered the vortex of light, nor do I know what ever happened to their bodies. 

I only know of one flight where I knew for a fact that people actually died. It was Air Canada Flight 797 which made an emergency landing at the Cincinnati Ohio/Northern Kentucky airport on June 2, 1983. Though I was not on assignment on that flight, there were members of Satan’s spiritual hierarchy on that flight of whom I was in communication with. 

(See the addendum of this present article for what I have written in regards to this tragedy.)

Now that I know the REAL Truth about the organization I was a part of, that it is not God’s organization, I tell EVERYONE that if they ever find themselves in a NDE, do not go to the light or take some being’s word that they are there to help you. Instead…call on Jesus Christ! 

As I stated above, I don’t know what happened to those people after they entered the vortex of light, nor do I know what ever happened to their bodies. I can’t even say for sure that the vortex of light was a counterfeit, because I don’t know for a fact that there is a genuine article like that which is of God.  What I do know is that the Bible says that Jesus is “The Way, The Truth and The Life” and that no one comes to the Father except through him, Jesus Christ. 

And I do know for a fact that Satan’s organization is promoting the “go to the light” and they are busy “helping” (tricking) people to enter a bogus vortex of light. 

This is why I MUST warn as many people as possible of this deception and tell them that if they ever find themselves in NDE, do NOT go to the light, call on Jesus Christ instead!


Beings were telling him to go to the light. Instead, he called on Jesus and lived!

Last year, (2015) a young lady named Ashley contacted me to thank me for sharing my testimony, especially what I shared about the NDE’s and why we should call on Jesus Christ. She said this story saved her husband’s life. 

Ashley said the information “saved my husband's life during a heart attack where people or beings were telling him to go to the light and He called on Jesus and lived.”

“I remembered you saying don't go with anyone or listen to anyone near death, just call on Jesus because it could be a trick. It happened a couple more times in his dreams after, but he's healed and healthy as can be.”

Ashley explained that right after she listened to the interview where I shared about taking people to the light, she told her husband about the story, though she wasn’t sure if he took the story seriously.

Months later her husband began to suffer a heart attack. Beings appeared to him and told him to go to the light.  He remembered what Ashley had told him and instead, he called on Jesus Christ!

Ashley’s husband said that he felt he was being pulled from his body. Like there was an attempt to get him to let go of his body and an attempt to separate him from his body. Like the soul sucker dominators from the Harry Potter movie.

He resisted and called for Jesus and petitioned God for more time, repented from always believing he would die young.

Ashley added:
“I know it's an important thing for people to know. I know if I die I'm not going to any light or with anyone. I'm calling on Jesus and out for Jesus. When Steven in the bible was martyred he stated he saw Jesus.”

This is an example the Bible gives us:

But he, [Stephen] being full of the Holy Spirit, gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God, and said, “Look! I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!” ~ (Acts 7:55-56).

My thanks to Ashley and her husband for giving me permission to share their testimony and witness of the power of calling on Jesus Christ during a NDE.

Important article very much associated to this one is : 



Air Canada Flight 797

Air Canada Flight 797 made an emergency landing at the Cincinnati Ohio/Northern Kentucky airport on June 2, 1983. Though I was not on assignment on that flight, I knew there were members of Satan’s spiritual hierarchy on that flight, including the master Hilarion who at one point took on a physical form because a physical form was needed for the job. (It must have been important "business" for Hilarion to be there overseeing the operation and in physical form.) 

I was in communication with the “masters” who were on that flight as well as a couple who were not on the flight. I knew of the fire which had started in a rear laboratory. Considering the way the ordeal was being handled, I couldn’t help but feel the “masters” might have been responsible for the fire. At any rate, they seemed to have an invested interest of a non humanitarian nature and were working to influence the perceptions of the crew members in regards to the seriousness of the fire. This was initially done by creating an air of passivity and false security. For as long as possible, the “masters” wanted the crew to see the situation as a non emergency. 

As the situation was fast reaching the critical level, I couldn’t help but begin to question the motives of the “masters”. My thinking was if the “masters” really were working for God, then would they not have done what they could to stop the fire when it first began or ensure that the pilots knew what they (the masters) knew about the fire? It seemed more like they wanted to create a disaster, not prevent one. It didn’t make sense to me.  I knew better than to question their work. Actually, I think I was afraid I would have to face something that I really didn’t want to know…the possibility that the “ascended masters” and “the spiritual hierarchy” were not of God at all and never were. I had already witnessed some things that just did not add up. I added this event to the list.



I, Carolyn Hamlett, am no longer affiliated with Daniel Duval, BRIDE Ministries, The Fire Place Church, nor can I recommend them. 
(1st public announcement on 11/04/16)
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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Do you talk to angels? - by Vince McCann

by Vince McCann (former occultist)

There are many people today who are seeking to "connect with their angels" or have some sort of experience or other with an angel. The internet is full of websites like this, and there are many books promoting this concept, such as Ask Your Angels. There are also many traditional occult tools that have been re-packaged to have an angelic feel to them. Some Ouija Boards have become "Angel Boards", some Tarot Cards have been called "Angel Cards", or "Oracle Cards", and the practice of channeling so called departed spirits has been extended to channeling angels. Despite these clear associations with the occult, many people are coming to this subject with their guard down. 

It seems that just because something is labelled "angel" then that somehow makes it a true angel, or something automatically good and acceptable. Is this really wise? The Bible tells us that we are to test the spirits to see whether they are from God or not (1 John 4:1) because "Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light" (2 Cor. 11:14). It would therefore be foolish, and dangerous, to simply accept every spirit claiming to be an angel as being a true, legitimate, messenger of God.

The following excerpt is from a book where a Christian author is telling the story of an encounter he had (as a relatively new Christian) with a man who claimed to channel angels:

"As a young man just out of college, I received a telephone call from a gentleman who claimed he was in constant contact with angels. It would have been easy to dismiss him as someone who needed a good therapist, except he was somewhat of a psychic celebrity and used these "angels" to help the police solve baffling crimes. In fact, he even told me that my telephone number had come to him in a dream.

As we talked, he told me that the angels sometimes spoke through him, and he offered to let me speak to one of them. I agreed. Immediately, his voice changed - completely. It became stronger, deeper, more authoritative.

Being young and naive, I was excited by this possibility and remember putting my hand over the mouthpiece and whispering to my wife, "I think I’m talking to an angel!"

Over the next couple of days, I had more conversations with this fellow and several of his "angels." Was he faking it? I didn’t think so. Each entity that spoke through him was so unique, with its own voice and distinctive way of speaking, that I felt certain I was talking to several different beings. Besides, they told me things about myself they couldn’t have known except through supernatural means. They knew, for instance, that I was an aspiring writer. In fact, one of the voices assured me that I was going to be a successful author, and that I was going to accomplish great things for God through my writing. Of course, this is what I wanted to hear! The "angels" went out of their way to feed my pride and tantalize me with visions of glory. They constantly flattered me and made me feel I was somebody special.

They also seemed to help me achieve this fame by offering to help me write a book proclaiming to be the "deeper mysteries of God’s love."

I grew uneasy. I didn’t know much about angels then, but I began to suspect that these beings didn’t really have my best interest in mind. They were a bit too slick. And instead of encouraging me to grow in humility and love, I sensed them stirring up my pride and desire for success.

Finally, I decided to ask one of these beings a crucial question: "Is Jesus Christ your Lord?"

"Absolutely!" he said. But before I could even breath a sigh of relief, he added, "In fact, not only is He my Lord. He’s also my brother."

I could feel the hair on the back of my neck rise.

Why? Because I knew Satan and his demons have always been driven by a desire to be considered God’s equals. In fact, the Bible says, "You said in your heart, ‘I will ascend to heaven; I will raise my throne above the stars of God...but you are brought down to the grave, to the depths of the pit’" (Isa. 14:12-15).

Satan and his angels are so full of pride that they simply can’t help themselves. If they see a chance to equate themselves with God, they go for it.

I knew then that I wasn’t talking with angels. I was dealing with demons. And once they realized I had caught on to their identity, their attitude toward me changed completely. At first, they tried to reason with me, but their reasoning had a sharp, sarcastic edge to it. They wondered how I could be so narrow-minded, and why I insisted on clinging so stubbornly to my outdated beliefs. When I wouldn’t give in, they took to insulting me, saying I was stupid, calling me names, and behaving in ways that didn’t exactly fit the angel personality profile."(Bill Myers and David Wimbish, The Dark Side of the Supernatural, pp. 25-27.)

Later on in the book the writer explains how the above mentioned man who was channeling the ‘angels’, eventually sought deliverance through Christian prayer, whereby a number of demons were exorcised.

The messages that many of today’s New Age angels give out is in direct conflict with what the Bible says. 

As mentioned earlier, there are many books by New Age authors on angels. Most of these books tend to be somewhat similar in the practices they promote, so I have chosen one modern angel book to critique and compare with the teachings of the Bible. New Age author, Diana Cooper, holds workshops for people to contact angels. She herself claims to allow angels to guide her life. However, when one reads through her books it soon becomes apparent that the teachings that she and her angels are giving out is in direct conflict with what the Bible teaches. Whatever these spirits are, they are certainly not the angels of the Bible.

Cooper states:

"Angels of light say, "Follow your heart. This is your higher purpose." (Diana Cooper, A Little Light on Angels, p. 108).
"Religions tell people what to do and what to believe. Spirituality tells people to listen to their own guidance and follow their hearts." (Diana Cooper, A Little Light on Angels, p. 114).

The Bible says that the heart of man is wicked.

Cooper makes the popular claim that the Bible originally taught reincarnation but was subsequently removed:

"In AD 553 at the Second Council of Constantinople, the Emperor Justinian had reincarnation written out of the Bible. He and the Church wanted to claim power over people’s souls." (Diana Cooper, A Little Light on Angels, p. 114).

The Bible does not teach reincarnation and there is no evidence at all that it ever did. The earliest manuscripts of the Bible show no evidence that this doctrine was in the Bible. 

Additionally, the early Church Fathers quoted the New Testament so extensively in their writings that if the doctrine of reincarnation was removed there would have been some quotations of some of the passages that were removed. 

Regarding the New Testament citations by the early Fathers J. H. Greenlee said:
"These quotations are so extensive that the New Testament could virtually be reconstructed from them without the New Testament manuscripts." (J. H. Greenlee, An Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism, p. 54.)

Likewise, D. Dalryma discovered that it is possible to reconstruct the entire New Testament, except for eleven verses, by using the writings of the Fathers of the second and third centuries (See: Charles Leach, Our Bible: How We Got It, pp. 35-36).

Cooper also dismisses the Biblical concept of Hell:
"Anyone who preaches hellfire and damnation is energizing the darkness and therefore working for it" (Diana Cooper, A Little Light on Angels, p. 114).

I wonder if Cooper realizes that in making such a statement, she also inadvertently accuses Christ of "energizing the darkness and therefore working for it", as He spoke a great deal about Hell and damnation whilst on the earth. Strong statements for someone to make against Christ, especially when the Bible declares that He is over all the angels (Heb. Ch. 1)!

The angels recommends that the author:

"Simply focus on angels!" (Diana Cooper, A Little Light on Angels, p. 119).

The Bible tells us to focus on Jesus:

"looking unto Jesus the author and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising shame, and hath sat down at the right hand of the throne of God." (Heb. 12:2).

The Bible also warns us to watch out for those who seek to lead us away from God by focusing on His servants, the angels, instead:

"When I had heard and seen them, I fell down to worship at the feet of the angel who had been showing them to me. 

But he said to me, 'Do not do it! I am a fellow servant with you...and all who keep the words of this book. Worship God!" (Revelation 22:8-9).


"Let no man rob you of your prize by a voluntary humility and worshiping of the angels, dwelling in the things which he hath seen, vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind,..." (Col 2:18).

Cooper encourages her readers to
"ask" the angels to help us, "Invite them" to come, and to "thank them". (Diana Cooper, A Little Light on Angels, pp. 116; 121-128). This is basically the same as praying to, and worshiping angels, refuted by the two Bible texts mentioned above. 

The Bible is very clear that prayer and worship should be for God alone. God wants us to have a relationship with Himself, through Christ, not with His creatures, the angels. Throughout the Bible angels are always seen as directing attention to God and Christ, never to themselves.

Throughout Coopers book, there are constant references to such New Age practices as: auras, meditation, reincarnation, past life regression, karma, clairvoyance, psychic powers, the Akashic records, the Age of Aquarius, and references that all religions are true and acceptable to God.  

All such teachings are at strong variance to the Bible. From the above evidence, it can only be concluded that these angels are most certainly not in allegiance with the God of the Bible. Not only that, but it appears that they stand diametrically opposed to many cardinal Christian doctrines. 

What beings would seek to do this? 

It can only be concluded that these beings are actually highly deceptive evil beings trying to pass themselves off as legitimate angels of God. The Bible calls such beings "demons" and "evil spirits". They do not serve God, but rather Satan himself, who "... masquerades as an angel of light" (2 Cor. 11:14). Involvement with such beings will lead a person away from God and Christ and has the potential to spiritually, and mentally, ruin a person.


“Doctrines of Demons: 
Exposing Christian Witchcraft”
by Loren Grace and Carolyn Hamlett

Former insiders expose popular occult teachings infiltrating today’s church

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Monday, July 4, 2016

Forgiven much... Loves much!

Artist unknown

Luke 7:37-50

And, behold, a woman in the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee's house, brought an alabaster box of ointment, 

And stood at his feet behind him weeping, and began to wash his feet with tears, and did wipe them with the hairs of her head, and kissed his feet, and anointed them with the ointment.

Now when the Pharisee which had bidden him saw it, he spake within himself, saying, This man, if he were a prophet, would have known who and what manner of woman this is that toucheth him: for she is a sinner.

And Jesus answering said unto him, Simon, I have somewhat to say unto thee. And he saith, Master, say on.

There was a certain creditor which had two debtors: the one owed five hundred pence, and the other fifty.

And when they had nothing to pay, he frankly forgave them both. Tell me therefore, which of them will love him most?

Simon answered and said, I suppose that he, to whom he forgave most. And he said unto him, Thou hast rightly judged.

And he turned to the woman, and said unto Simon, Seest thou this woman? I entered into thine house, thou gavest me no water for my feet: but she hath washed my feet with tears, and wiped them with the hairs of her head.

Thou gavest me no kiss: but this woman since the time I came in hath not ceased to kiss my feet.

My head with oil thou didst not anoint: but this woman hath anointed my feet with ointment.

Wherefore I say unto thee, Her sins, which are many, are forgiven; for she loved much: but to whom little is forgiven, the same loveth little.

And he said unto her, Thy sins are forgiven.

And they that sat at meat with him began to say within themselves, Who is this that forgiveth sins also?

And he said to the woman, Thy faith hath saved thee; go in peace.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Ouija Board? STOP!...and consider the dangers first!

This is an EXCELLENT video!

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 4:19 minutes. Short and to the point. 

This information in this video is completely accurate.