friend fiend Roosh V — the erstwhile PUA who has renounced his old life and converted to Christianity — recently read a book. It’s called “Orthodoxy And The Religion Of The Future,” and it’s by some dude called Father Seraphim Rose.
The book — apparently really big in Russia, according to Roosh — is basically a warning against “New Age” and other allegedly demonic forms of spirituality and/or beliefs.
As Roosh puts it in his extended review,
The book offers a summary of all false religious phenomena that are helping to condemn souls in our modern times, such as New Age beliefs, mediumistic practices, “alien” sightings, and pseudo-demonic forms of church worship.
Wait, what’s that about aliens?
According to the
good Father, whom Roosh quotes at great length,
UFO encounters are but a contemporary form of an occult phenomenon which has existed throughout the centuries. Men have abandoned Christianity and look for “saviours” from outer space, and therefore the phenomenon supplies images of spacecraft and space beings. …
It is clear that the manifestations of today’s flying saucers are quite within the “technology” of demons; indeed, nothing else can explain them as well. …
A couple of paper plates coated in silver paint and hanging off a string can explain them, too. Plus Photoshop.
UFOs are but the newest of the mediumistic techniques by which the devil gains initiates into his occult realm. They are a terrible sign that man has become susceptible to demonic influence as never before in the Christian era. In the 19th century it was usually necessary to seek out dark séance rooms in order to enter into contact with demons, but now one need only look into the sky …
We live near the end of this fearful age of demonic triumph and rejoicing, when the eerie “humanoids” (another of the masks of the demons) have become visible to thousands of people and by their absurd encounters take possession of the souls of those men from whom God’s grace has departed.
Dang, these demons aren’t messing around, huh?
Orthodoxy has a credible and rational explanation for paranormal activity, and the definitive sign to me that alien sightings come from a place of evil is that the United States government is using them to distract the population from its horrible crimes through a drip-drop method of propaganda release that is keeping apostate Christians in heightened anticipation for some type of major alien encounter they think will be beneficial to mankind but which will really be used to control them just like all other Satanic schemes.
With that in mind, here’s a video that might cause Roosh’s head to explode. (You can skip the first minute or so if you’re in a hurry.)
Evidently there’s a lot of other demonic shit going around, according to Father S — watch out for Yoga and speaking in tongues! Roosh sums it all up with an appropriately apocalyptic conclusion:
This book is an excellent wake-up call for lapsed Christians, whether Orthodox or not. There are a lot of demonic traps out there and the sad reality is that most Christians are so oblivious to them that they open demonic doors thinking that it will bring them closer to the god of easy Christianity, who gives spiritual experiences from paltry spiritual labor.
Apparently Roosh wants to lower the minimum wage for “spiritual labor.”
And now we are arriving at the end of human history where a system of globalization is ready to welcome Antichrist, even if the human managers of this system don’t know exactly how they’re bringing it about. Whether consciously or not, world leaders will accelerate a mass persecution of Christians who would not accept Antichrist, and this persecution has already begun in germ stage.
I look forward to Roosh’s impending post on vaccines as the Mark of the Beast.
Who knows, maybe some of us will be alive when the Antichrist comes, but until then, I highly advise you to read Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future so you have a fighting chance to say no to the innumerable benefits that Satan will offer you to snatch away your salvation before the final moment.
Well, ok then. You want to set a date for that “final moment?” It would really help with planning.
Yeah, I didn’t think so.
By the way, here’s what the animated version of the graphic above looks like. Blingee is down and I’m still trying to figure out how to properly work the new site I’m using.
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