He is said to manifest
vibuthi (holy ash) and small objects like rings and watches daily. He
materialize these objects out of nothing. These claims are believed and
testified to by his followers. In addition, the followers, and even many
non-followers, have testified about many
miracles performed by him. He preaches a foundation of five basic values:
Truth, Right Conduct, Peace, Love and Non-violence. He teaches the unity of all
religions and says that they all lead to
God. His followers and the organizations that he has founded are involved in
charity projects, providing free modern
hospitals and water projects serving thousands in the Indian state of
Andhra Pradesh and the city of
ashram and around it there are various costly buildings including a
University and a World Religions Museum. He has founded schools all over
India and his "values-teaching methods" are slowly
being implemented in other countries at a small scale.
What the King James Code is NOT:
The King James Code does not have anything to do
with equidistant letter sequences. Much debate centers around ELS because of its
controversial, and sometimes rather subjective nature. Some feel that, even
though, there may well be letter sequences in the Hebrew scriptures, there
meanings and interpretations are most often obscure. The King James Code is not
a private, secret language that only the elect are going to be able to
interpret. It does not necessarily require sophisticated computers and software
in order to discover the codes, however, a computer search is much easier and
less time consuming than a typical concordance search.
What is the King James Code?:
If I had to describe the King James Code in a
nutshell, I would do it this way. The King James Bible contains a system of
numbers that are consistently linked with words or phrases in the scriptures. It
is understood that the Bible can be comprehended on many levels. The more you
study the Scriptures and become accustomed to them, the more you understand the
Divine symbols of certain passages that you never saw before. These must always
come as a product of Divine Revelation. Certain words and phrases take on a
whole new meaning, never contradictory to any other passage in the Scriptures.
As you study, you begin to see also that numbers seem to have a certain
relevance in the Bible. Each number will have its own symbolic meaning. Things
associated with completion or perfection will be linked with the number 7.
Things associated with the sinfulness of man will be associated with the number
6, and so on. What I have discovered, or rather, what the Lord has
revealed, is that word and phrase occurrences in the King James Bible follow
this same pattern. If a word or a phrase is added or omitted, this ruins the
pattern. Could it be that this is why God commanded us not to add or take away
from His Word? (Deut. 4:2, Rev. 22:18,19) An example of how this works is found
in the phrase "Holy Spirit". This phrase is found exactly 7 times in the
King James Bible...
Subterranean Tunnels & the Hollow Earth: My Search for Tunnels in the Earth
by: David Hatcher Childress From "World Explorer", Vol. 2, No. 3.
All are architects of fate, Working the walls of time: Some with massive deeds and great; Some with lesser rhyme. -Longfellow, "The Builders"
What if I told you that I had been inside a fantastic tunnel system that runs beneath the continent of South America? Would you think me a liar? Or worse yet, insane? Though I admit it is a story that seems difficult to believe, I am telling the truth. Read on, dear reader, and decide if I am mad or lying.
Although it seems incredible, there is a great deal of evidence to show that a network of ancient tunnels exists throughout much of South America. Legends abound on this tunnel system, and I can state that I have even been inside some of the tunnels on this strangest of continents.
Gold of the Incas: Legends of tunnels in South America surfaced almost immediately after the conquest when the Spaniards discovered that the Incas had hidden much of their treasure-sacred relics of pure gold either beneath the Inca capital of Cuzco or in a secret city known as Paititi. Either way, legend had it that a tunnel system was used.
The history of the conquest of the Inca Empire by the Spanish is one of the most bizarre and incredible stories of history. That Francisco Pizarro with only 183 men could conquer a sophisticated empire of several million people is a feat that has never been equaled, and probably never will be!
Pizarro made his first expedition down the Pacific Coast from Panama in 1527, attracted by rumors of gold and other treasure. A Greek of his company went alone from the ship into an Inca village on the coast, and was taken to be a returning god by the natives. They brought him to a temple filled with more gold than he had seen in his life. Returning to the ship, he told Pizarro about the fabulous wealth he had seen. Satisfied that the rumors were true, Pizarro returned to Panama and then to Spain to prepare another expedition. He set out again in 1531, landed on a lonely beach in Ecuador and began marching inland. He was entering the newly united Inca empire, which had just recovered from a civil war. The people of Peru, Bolivia, and rest of the Inca empire were not all true Incas, but largely Quechua and Aymara Indians. Incas were the ruling elite, of a different race, who believed themselves descended from "MancoCapac," a red-haired, bearded messenger from God...
Intelligent design (ID) is an anti-evolution belief that
asserts that naturalistic explanations of some biological entities are not
possible and such entities can only be explained by intelligent causes.
Advocates of ID maintain that their belief is scientific and provides empirical
proof for the existence of God or superintelligent aliens. They claim that
intelligent design should be taught in the science classroom as an alternative
to the science of evolution. ID is essentially a hoax, however, since evolution
is consistent with a belief in an intelligent designer of the universe. The two
are not contradictory and they are not necessarily competitors. ID is proposed
mainly by Christian apologists at the
Discovery Institute and their allies, who feel science threatens their
Biblical-based view of reality.
In December 2005, federal Judge John E. Jones
that ID must meet the same fate that creationism met in 1987 when the Supreme Court
ruled religious doctrines can't be promoted in secular institutions under
the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Judge Jones wrote in his
decision regarding a policy of the Dover, Pennsylvania, school district that
added ID to the school's biology program:
The citizens of the Dover area
were poorly served by the members of the Board who voted for the ID Policy. It
is ironic that several of these individuals, who so staunchly and proudly
touted their religious convictions in public, would time and again lie to
cover their tracks and disguise the real purpose behind the ID Policy. The arguments of the ID advocates may seem
like a rehash of the creationist arguments, but the defenders of ID claim that
they do not reject evolution simply because it does not fit with their
understanding of the Bible. However, they present natural selection as implying
the universe could not have been designed or created, which is nonsense. To deny
that God has the power to create living things using natural selection is to
assert something unknowable. It is also inconsistent with the belief in an