VFTB 013: Leonard Ulrich — Secret Societies and Bible Prophecy

TIME GROWS short, says Leonard Ulrich. That’s why he’s producing a series of forthcoming documentary films called New World Order: Secret Societies and Biblical Prophecy. You can watch a rough cut of the first ten minutes at YouTube.

Leonard’s contention is that evil in this world is being supernaturally directed toward the emergence of the Antichrist in the very near future, and that the time has come to resist evil as never before. Step one, of course, is to recognize what’s happenening–which, sadly, too many professing Christians do not.

For background, here are a few links to documents Leonard mentioned during the interview:

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Leonard Ulrich in front of a Masonic lodge displaying the date of construction in Anno Domini and Anno Lucis.

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5 Comments on VFTB 013: Leonard Ulrich — Secret Societies and Bible Prophecy

  1. Hi Leonard, you are right on many things. I have been researching the rabbit hole for five years now. It has taken me a while to figure out that the West/NWO is using islam to destroy the West,Christianity the Jews and the entirety of Israel. When you claim that Israel with the US is behind isis, you are speaking lies against the God of Israel’s chosen people, the apple of His eyes, the people HE chose to bring light to the world. This is vile anti-semitism and another HUGE libel against the Jews. You had better go back and study this again. Do not go against God’s chosen. The Jews and Yeshua our Saviour have suffered enough to bring light to the world. Yet, you still speak against your brothers. Yeshua is Jewish, His teachings are Jewish. The pagan world perverted Yeshua’s teachings into “Christianity” as we know it today. The catholic church has ALWAYS been anti-semitic. Churches today are teaching false replacement theology and support BDS. There is only 1 Israel and 57 muslim countries. Yet, the ENTIRE world is pushing the narrative that Israel is supremacist. BS> !What is islam doing today ? It is following the islamic supremacist doctrine of hijrah, which is exactly what is taking place in Europe. Europe now has only civil war in it’s future. We are witnessing white genocide. But again, this is a NWO plan worked out with Saudi Arabia. This explains why none of the rich Gulf muslim countries are not taking in any FAKE refugees.
    But, I digress.
    Sadly. very few churches follow Yeshua, read the Bible, support Israel and our Jewish brethren 1000%. These few churches are the remnant Christians. If you go against the Jews and Israel, Yahweh will go against you.! . Albert Pike’s book details the destruction of Israel. Obama the muslim, gave Iran the power to do just that. He is allowing Iran to nuke Israel. Know this,Yahweh will PROTECT Israel. He is trying to bring His people to Yeshuah.
    Leonard, DO NOT spread lies about the Jews and Israel. God will judge you severely.
    Yeshua is goodness, sweetness and light. All that HE created is goodness, sweetness and light. Man, out of all HIS creations rebels against God incessantly and rejects the Light of the World. Choose Yahweh and His Son Yeshua. Choose to support your Jewish brothers and Israel.
    Helena R Danko
    Victoria Harbour, On

  2. Which Bible are we to adhere to? Wasn’t the Bible collected and selected by the early Council of Nicaea for political power? What has been lost or added to through translation, selection and interpretation over the centuries? Should we take the Apocrypha into consideration or not? What about those newly discovered Gospels, such as Saint Thomas’ Gospel? Much to question and discuss on the overall topic for we laypersons.

    • Hi, Nigel: There are good answers to your questions. In short: 1) The translation that you will actually read.

      2) No, the canon was settled before Nicaea.

      3) We can cross-check that. The OT was translated by Jewish scholars 200 years before Jesus (the Septuagint), and the early church fathers cited so much scripture in letters written before Nicaea that the entire New Testament could be reconstructed from their writings, except for 15 verses that are not central to doctrine. As of 1980, there were more than 5,300 separate Greek manuscripts represented by early fragments, uncial codices (manuscripts in capital Greek letters bound together in book form), and minuscules (small Greek letters in cursive style). Among the nearly 3,000 minuscule fragments are 34 complete New Testaments dating from the 9th to the 15th Centuries.

      By comparison, The Jewish War by Josephus survives in only nine complete manuscripts dating from the 5th Century–four centuries after they were written. Tacitus’ Annals of Imperial Rome survives in partial form in only two manuscripts dating from the Middle Ages. Thucydides’ History survives in eight copies. There are 10 copies of Caesar’s Gallic Wars, eight copies of Herodotus’ History, and seven copies of Plato, all dated over a millennium from the original. Homer’s Iliad has the most impressive manuscript evidence for any secular work with 647 existing copies.

      In other words, if you claim the New Testament text is unreliable, then we have to forget everything about the classical world and earlier.

      4) Yes, as far as they help us understand the worldview of the men who wrote the books of the Bible.

      5) Gnostic heresies written long after the 1st century that contradict the eyewitness accounts in the gospels.

      • My understanding is that the Gospels are NOT eye-witness reports, but derived from an oral tradition beginning with Mark, and then later committed to writing a generation or more after the described events and after the destruction of the second Temple around 70 AD. In fact, some of Paul’s letters are older than the written Gospels. This would make the Canonized Gospels contemporary with some of the other gospels not included in the NT. But I am not a theologian or an historian. Just an interested reader.

        • Hi, Nigel: It depends on how you define “eyewitness.” It’s believed that Mark was a disciple of Peter, so his gospel is, in effect, the gospel of Peter, who is quoted by Luke as saying, “God has raised this Jesus to life, and we are all witnesses of it.”

          But even if the gospels were written down 40 years or so after the fact, that’s like saying accounts written today from interviews with people who witnessed the actions of, say, Harold Wilson or Richard Nixon are fundamentally unreliable. Again, if that’s true then we have to junk everything we believe we know about the classical world.

          And as I pointed out previously, we have good evidence to document that those accounts have not been changed in any meaningful way since the first century.

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