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Subject How to recognize that the Illuminati are posing as "Christian" TV evangelists
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Original Message I have a theory that most, if not all, TV evangelists are Illuminati/false teachers. TV, as we all know, is ruled by Illuminati. I also postulate that false TV evangelists can not only be spotted by their name, but their name speaks of their hidden agenda. Illuminati must reveal their agenda before they can execute it. I think this is done in the TV evangelist's names.


Evangelist: Creflo Dollar

Agenda: Prosperity "theology" centered on the notion that God provides material prosperity for those he favors. Founder of World Changers Church International,Creflo Dollar Ministries, and Arrow Records. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity from Oral Roberts University in 1998.

Name is obvious - Dollar


Evangelist: Benny Hinn

Agenda: Charismatic faith healer, "Miracle Crusades," claims to channel the Holy Spirit to heal the sick. Hinn is frequently welcomed during his crusades by kings, prime ministers, and heads of state. Self-proclaimed to have "The Anointing"—the power purportedly given by God and transmitted through Hinn to carry out supernatural acts. At Hinn's Miracle Crusades, he has allegedly healed attendees of blindness, deafness, cancer, AIDS, and severe physical injuries. However, investigative reports by the Los Angeles Times, NBC's Dateline, the CBC's The Fifth Estate, and the Nine Network's 60 Minutes have called these claims into question.

Hinn has also caused controversy for theological remarks and claims he has made during TV appearances. In 1999, Hinn appeared on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (we all know their agenda, right?), claiming that God had given him a vision predicting the resurrection of thousands of dead people after watching the network—laying out a scenario of people placing their dead loved ones' hands on TV screens tuned into the station—and suggesting that TBN would be "an extension of Heaven to Earth" (taken from Wikipedia).

His name closely resembles Djinn.


Evangelist: Jack Van Impe

Agenda: Eschatologist (part theology, philosophy, and futurology concerned with what are believed to be the final events in history, or the ultimate destiny of humanity, commonly referred to as the end of the world or the World to Come. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as "concerned with ‘the four last things: death, judgment, heaven, and hell.') Van Impe's website claims that he is known as the "Walking Bible" because of his extensive memorization of Bible verses.

Also a musician and recording artist. Jack notes that during his years working with the Billy Graham crusades, Van Impe met his future wife, Rexella, who was also a musician with the crusades.

Name: Van Impe ("of the imp.")
An imp is a mythological being similar to a fairy or demon, frequently described in folklore and superstition. Originating from Germanic folklore, the imp was a small lesser demon. It should also be noted that demons in Germanic legends were not necessarily always evil. Imps were often mischievous rather than evil or harmful, and in some regions they were portrayed as attendants of the gods.


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