Way back in 1993 we published a special edition of “The Prophetic Telegraph,” consisting of some 72 pages. It was a collection of essays on many different topical subjects, entitled “The House of Windsor.” (It was No. 52 in the series, but was not included on our Website.) The title was chosen because two of the essays concerned the British Royal Family. We have now decided to change the title because quite the majority of the essays depict Judgement Scenes, Judgement that is NOT usually recognised, either by the World or (regretfully) by Christians. [Read more…]
Sunday 25th May 1997 was especially marked by the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches as a time to remember the coming of St. Augustine to Britain in 597. Our photograph (from The Times) shows the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. George Carey, walking through a cornfield at Cliffsend near Ramsgate along with other pilgrims, who sought to trace the footsteps of Pope Gregory’s envoy to Britain those many years ago. He was believed to have landed atHugin Green, Ramsgate, where on this Sunday in 1997 Dr Carey was joined by Cardinal Basil Hume, Archbishop of Westminster, to greet the arrival of fifty pilgrims who had made their way from Rome, via Assisi and Reims. The sun was shining. It was a pleasant spring day, and all this helped to make the occasion one to be enjoyed and remembered. [Read more…]
At 1.56 a.m. on Monday July 9th 1984 the South Transept roof of York Minster suddenly burst into flames, and was totally destroyed before the Fire Brigade could do anything about it. This was a strange event indeed, because although the “official explanation” has always been that a bolt of lightning caused it, the sky happened to be completely clear that night, and nobody heard any thunder, even though some eye witnesses spoke about a strange “sword-like stab of fire” reaching down from some “rugby-ball shaped orange object” above the Minster. [Read more…]
It may seem a long time ago now, but nevertheless the event is still something that deserves recollection and comment. At 11.47 p.m. on July 25th 1978 a baby girl weighing 5 pounds and 12 ounces was born to Lesley Brown, wife of Gilbert Brown of Bristol. The baby was in every respect normal in appearance. She was a fine looking girl, and the parents named her Louise. If this was all, then there wouldn’t be the need to write about her here, because babies are born every day, all over the world, and few ever hit the headlines. But there was something unusual about the whole event, because she was the first case of what have subsequently been called “test-tube babies.” [Read more…]
In this chapter we shall go back in time to see what happened in the Vatican on a certain occasion.
Pope Pius IX called a general ecumenical council on 18th July 1870 at which were present, 6 archbishop-princes, 49 cardinals, 11 patriarchs, 680 archbishops and bishops, 28 abbots, and 29 generals of order, 803 in all. The purpose of this great gathering was to discuss the letter which the Pope sent out on 8th December 1869, propounding the doctrine of PAPAL INFALLIBILITY. This dogma had been inculcated by the false decretals of Isidore and others, but not adopted by the Council of Trent (1545-1563). It was debated in Council, and maintained by one party in the Church, tolerated by another, and utterly rejected by the third. When finally put to the vote, 533 voted in favour, 2 against, and the rest abstained. Hence it became papal law. [Read more…]
It has rightly been said that The United States of America is the only country in the world to have a wholly Christian foundation, based on the Pilgrim Fathers of the 18th century, and a constitution which bears out the faith of those “fathers”. The very seal of the United States has the words “IN GOD WE TRUST”. When did this transpire? It began in 1776, on 4th July, with just thirteen states in the initial union. Everything was set to go with the possibility of a great Christian nation being founded, a nation which could influence the world in a truly wonderful manner. But something else was there at the inauguration, something that derived from the pit of hell, and sought to put its stamp on the New World almost before it had time to consider itself a nation. Let’s investigate. [Read more…]
It caused quite a stir across the world on Sunday 25th April, 1982 as huge, whole-page advertisements appeared in leading broadsheet newspapers, proclaiming that
THE CHRIST IS HERE
The message went on to say that “Throughout history, humanity’s evolution has been guided by a group of enlightened men, the Masters of Wisdom. . . . At the centre of this “Spiritual Hierarchy” stands the World Teacher, Lord Maitreya, known by Christians as the Christ. And as Christians await the Second Coming, so the Jews await the Messiah, the Buddhists the fifth Buddha, the Moslems the Imam Mahdi, and the Hindus await Krishna. These are all names for one individual.” [Read more…]
[In the last chapter we saw how Benjamin Crème spoke of Madame Blavatsky as his source of occult spiritual knowledge. It’s important to know about the origins of modern evil. In this chapter I shall be quoting from a novel I wrote some time ago, entitled “Caxton College”, a tale of a Theological College being taken over by New Age trends. The Main character, who tells the tale, is Dr Alan Dunstan, Head of Calvin House, and his wife Janice. [Read more…]
Excerpt from chapter three in: A Catholic Response to the New Age Phenomenon by the Irish Theological Commission in 1994.
One of the very disturbing aspects of trance channelling is the phenomenon of psychic healing. In her book The Beautiful Side of Evil Johanna Michaelsen testifies to have been involved as an aide to a person involved in psychic healing. She claims to have witnessed astounding events, that could only be called ‘miracles’ to the onlooker. [Read more…]
My name is Daniel Lelong. As a child, I gave my life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In the interim, I strayed into the ‘New’ Age movement, the smorgasbord religion that re-emerged from the hippie youth movement of the 1960’s. [Read more…]