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Texe Marrs and Alex Jones gang up on Eric Jon Phelps without ever mentioning his name. Marrs makes a ridiculous attempt to portray Phelps as a wealthy Israeli diamond merchant (simply because his wife runs an online jewellery store!).
This recent radio show segment is a desperate attempt at character assassination of Phelps due to his efforts (and many others) in exposing Alex Jones & others in the "truth movement" as nothing more than shills for Rome.
The shadowy "illuminati" was in fact founded by a Catholic Jesuit, a professor of Cannon Law, who was working for the Pope - Adam Weishaupt.
If you want to know who is behind the "coming holocaust" you only have to look and see who has been behind all the prior holocausts: THE VATICAN.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Eric Jon Phelps never said a "black magic ritual" causes nuclear bombs - that is an outright lie.
This lie is an intentional misrepresentation of one of the proposed scenarios described in Phelps' book to explain why at Hiroshima five Jesuits were able to emerge from ground zero completely unscathed. They attributed their survival to "a miracle of the Virgin Mary" - but a more likely scenario is that they placed ground detonations that were timed to coincide with an aerial flash bomb. According to Phelps one of those Jesuits was Pedro Arrupe himself, who later became the Jesuit General. This is an interesting scenario that may or may not be true - however it has NOTHING to do with "black magic rituals" causing nuclear bombs. And of course Phelps never said the earth hangs "on a string" either - he merely holds a geocentric perspective of planetary motion (as described in Psalm 19). Jones & Marrs (who spent their broadcast alleging that buildings cast illuminati black-magic spells over neighborhoods) had to resort to such falsehoods only serves to confirm the suspicions many already had against them as disinformation agents serving Rome's interests.
Part 1 Texe Marrs on the Alex Jones Show:
Here is the Spiritually Smart website:
"Smokescreens" by Jack Chick:
Texe Marrs' ludicrous exposition of Esther:
Eric Jon Phelps' website: