By Timothy Fitzpatrick
A former high-ranking Illuminati member claims American evangelist Chuck Smith’s Calvary Chapel and the Jesus freak movement are funded by the Illuminati.
The late John Todd of the Collins Illuminati bloodline revealed, during his tour of some American churches in the ‘70s and ‘80s, that part of his job as a witch/CIA MK Ultra agent in the Illuminati power structure was to deliver money to leaders of the Charismatic movement as a payoff for their allegiance to the New World Order.
“The charismatic movement, to the outside people, is the movement that declares the speaking of tongues,” Todd explained to his audience in one of several audio recordings.
“The charismatic movement, in reality, was one of three steps declared back in 1964 to do two things: while the main function was to destroy the fundamental church of any type…the Masons was one, and the charismatic church was another…and the political manoeuvres was the third….”
Todd went on to name Smith.
“I was on the Council of Thirteen and had to pay too many millions of dollars to that organization to accept that it be of God and its leaders—since I know most of its leaders by first-name basis. They used the charismatic movement to establish Jesus rock. I had to deliver a $4-million cheque that was the second $4-million cheque that Chuck Smith—that created Calvary Chapel and Maranantha Productions—received from the Illuminati. And he knew it was Illuminati money…I saw $35 million in two years go into the charismatic movement to build the four biggest churches in the United States that lead it, plus the Full Gospel Businessmen.”[i]
Chuck Missler, who now runs the Christian Zionist organization Koinonia House, is still a staff pastor with Calvary Chapel, and is considered by some to be a protégé of Chuck Smith. The two are closely associated to say the least.
Who is this sincere sounding “evangelist”?
Charles W. Missler is a respected evangelist in the United States of America and an outspoken supporter of the state of Israel. Missler, through his speaking engagements and for-sale audio and video products, comes off as a sincere and intelligent evangelist. What sets him apart from most televangelists is his speech, which is totally different from the cookie-cutter dialectic—intonation and inflection—of typical televangelists, and his scientific vernacular, making himself more credible and more believeable to his naïve Christian audience. (It has been my experience that North American evangelicals are highly naïve people, but perhaps the Illuminati planned it that way.) In an attempt to further captivate the minds of his unsuspecting audiences, Missler will even expound upon wild kabbalistic “scientific” theories, like strings and the holographic universe (Missler’s arcane doctrine of macrocosm/microcosm). This is all a ruse to take the attention away from his unBiblical teachings and leave his audience overwhelmed yet highly impressed.The 1996 Wordsworth Dictionary of the Occult describes the importance of a holographic universe to the occultist as follows:
…for the occultist, the universe is like a hologram: a photograph produced by a laser beam, which appears to be a meaningless pattern until it is suitably illuminated, and is seen to be a three-dimensional image. Furthermore, if a hologram is produced, then torn into tiny pieces, each of these pieces will still provide an image of the whole hologram. The correspondences between the hermetic axiom—the analogy between microcosm (man) and macrocosm (universe)—and the hologram are quite evident…This idea occurs in occultism, perfected: matter and spirit are two sides of the same coin, but we are unaware of this as long as the bad dream (Jung’s synchronism). Initiation on the one hand, or divination on the other, enable us to recover this lost unity. Matter is, in effect, the universe seen in terms of a hologram; any support can be a substitute for mythology; success in divination comes from the activation of an “archaic residue” in the psyche. (p. 230)
Yet, how many of Missler’s followers know the occult roots of his pseudo-scientific teachings?
Missler’s corporate profile
Missler has served in various high-profile positions in Christian academia and in the corporate world, mainly in technology, through companies like Phoenix Group International (Illuminati name), Rockwell International, SWANSAT, and the Western Digital Corp. SWANSAT, which is tied to the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, appears to be part of the Illuminati’s technocracy wing, which is currently in high gear. SWANSAT is headed by Zionist William Welty, who is apparently using SWANSAT, among other things, in the Middle East to help rebuild the Jewish Solomonic Temple and to hasten the Christian Zionist version of Armageddon. (Welty has also worked for the United Nations’ Global Alliance for ICT Policy and Development.)
“Recruited by the Ford Motor Company into a Senior Management position, Chuck established the first international industrial computer network in 1966. Leaving Ford to start his own company, he founded a computer networking organization later acquired by Automatic Data Processing (NYSE) to become its Network Services Division. He subsequently served as a consultant to the Board of Directors of Rockwell International for corporate acquisitions (which included Collins Radio, American Data Systems, and others); and has also participated in over 100 business ventures as a principal, strategic advisor, or turnaround specialist,” SWANSAT describes Missler.[ii]
Missler and Welty may also be using profits from the sale of their new Zionist Bible version, the International Standard Version, to fund SWANSAT. Are Missler’s book and video sales also funding his military and intelligence endeavours? If this is the case than not only is the Illuminati funding Missler, but Missler is funding the Illuminati!
SWANSAT, which is bringing Big Brother technology (telecommunications, spying, and biometrics) to the Middle East and the rest of the world, is also pushing for a gold-backed currency, the African Union Auric™ Currency through the Global Settlement Foundation. So, not only is Missler’s Zionism hastening their concept of Armegeddon, Missler and his cohorts are laying the foundation for the Mark of the Beast system.
The Phoenix Group International/Netcom
Through the Phoenix Group, Missler failed to send millions of computers to Soviet schools and businesses in the 1980s through an informal contract.
Missler explains his failed Phoenix Group—obviously named after the New Age Phoenix, which rises from the ashes—as follows.
“Our venture development firm, The Phoenix Group International, specializing in acquiring and repairing troubled technology assets, was named after the bird of the fable which rose from its ashes. (We should have done more homework: the Phoenix legend is about a mythical bird that burned every 500 years.)”
We know that the Illuminati make or break companies, even breaking their own if necessary. And it’s common for Illuminati assets, like Chuck Missler appears to be, to have a list of failed ventures under their name. Saudi arms dealer and Mossad asset Adnan Khashoggi is one example. The Phoenix Group ordeal eventually led to Missler declaring personal bankruptcy.
In addition to Missler’s advocacy of the Illuminati-created premillennial dispensational doctrine (from Illuminist Cyrus I. Scofield), Missler also has various troubling associations that line up with what Todd says about Illuminati-funded evangelicals like Smith.
The Council For National Policy
Founded in 1981 by suspected Mason and Christian Zionist Tim Layhae[iii], The Council For National Policy is a neocon version of the Illuminist Council on Foreign Relations. And like the CFR, the CNP is packed with Freemasons and Zionists and meets secretly to discuss and set policy. Other prominent Christian Zionists on the council include: Stanley Monteith, Chuck Missler, Joseph Farah (WorldNetDaily.com) James Dobson (Focus on the Family), the late Jerry Falwell, John Ankerberg, and Pat Robertson.
What’s interesting about Missler and his partners in treachery are that almost all of them pretend to oppose the New World Order. Take for example, Monteith’s book Brotherhood of Darkness, Missler’s writings on the NWO and the Kabbalah (very tame exposes) or Pat Robertson’s The New World Order. The few times these guys pretend to expose the New World Order, it’s merely to provide an alibi. To strengthen this alibi, Missler accuses his detractors of being “New World Order conspirators.”[iv]
Intelligence – Mossad/CIA
Missler’s curriculum vitae at SWANSAT reads:
“His civilian career began as a systems engineer at TRW, followed by a Senior Analyst position in a “think tank” serving both the intelligence community and the Department of Defense.”
With Chuck’s multiple membership in organizations tied with intelligence and the military industrial complex, it is not a far reach to suspect that Missler might be tied to the Israeli terrorist organization Mossad. With his overt allegiance to Zionism, his trips to Israel every year, and his involvement with SWANSAT and other shady groups, he is wide open to either blackmail or recruitment into Mossad as some kind of an asset.
“Previous tours included briefings and Q & A with members of the IDF, Mossad, and/or Shin Bet, the Palestinian Authority Watch, as well as members of the Knesset,” reads Missler’s website about Koinonia’s Israel Tours, where Chuck and his team brainwash participants with the Illuminati’s Zionist doctrines.[v]
Then there is Missler’s friend Dennis Avi Lipkin (aka Victor Mordechai), a former Israeli Defence Force soldier and employee for Israel’s Likud party, whom Missler uses to instill fear and hatred of Islam through his audio and video lectures.[vi] Missler and Lipkin joke that even if Lipkin were a Mossad agent, he would never be allowed to admit it. However, Lipkin does admit to delivering a speech at the Illuminati’s Council on Foreign Relations. On top of all that, Lipkin had prior knowledge of the 9/11 “terrorist” attacks, even naming Bin Laden and Hussein.
Perhaps Lipkin is Missler’s handler. According to Lipkin, Missler has the “kosher seal of approval.”
Lipkin is not a Christian but pretends to be one. But like all Christian Zionists, it doesn’t matter to Missler. He peddles Lipkin as a brother in Christ and even prays “with” Lipkin.
In the following video clip, Missler talks about being briefed by the CIA and other groups:
Zionism is a major hallmark of an Illuminati agent, but Missler makes not attempts to hide his. He is a premillennial dispensationalist who believes that Jews are God’s chosen people. It is not clear whether Missler is also a dual-covenant heretic like John Hagee, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Missler advocating a separate form of salvation for the Jewish people. Missler’s Bible lectures are bastardized with Messianic Jewish terminology and concepts (Hebrew Roots movement) as well as the Illuminati’s dispensational doctrine, brought into the church through the Freemason Cyrus Ingerson Scofield—a convicted criminal and academic fraud.[vii] Without the Scofield Reference Bible—a creation by the Illuminati to align the Church with their plans for propping up the state of Israel and the Jewish people for a massive “end times” deception—Christian Zionism would likely not exist today, at least not in North America. American evangelicals don’t realize that Chuck Missler gets his prophetic doctrines from man-made footnotes and not the Bible itself? (For more on the Zionist/Kabbalist subversion of the evangelical movement, see here.)
“The influence of The Scofield Reference Bible resulted from the spread of a revised edition, which Scofield made in 1917,” writes Joseph M. Canfield in The Incredible Scofield and His Book (pg. 217).
And how did the revised edition become so widespread? Through the Illuminati’s Jewish controlled press and publishing houses, even the theological publishing houses. Then American Jewish Committee chairman Samuel Untermeyer took Scofield under his wing and made sure he was successful.
“Inadequate or no, Scofield’s work received highest praise from those who held to its system. And that praise meant that many in the pew failed to distinguish between the words of Scofield and those of the Holy Spirit.”
Y2K, Bible codes, and plagiarism
Whether it’s predicting catastrophe on Y2K (fearmongering commonly used by Illuminati shills) or advocating and promoting the Kabbalistic Bible codes (Illuminati numerology), Missler has done it all as an Illuminati agent. But it doesn’t end there. Missler also admitted to plagiarism in the book The Magog Factor, which he and Christian Zionist fanatic Hal Lindsey supposedly authored. In this book, Missler apparently plagiarized 70 per cent of the material from Edwin Yamauchi’s 1982 book Foes from the Northern Frontier: Invading Hordes from the Russian Steppes.[viii]
Back to John Todd
“The purpose of it (Illuminati funding Christian organizations like Calvary Chapel) was to build Maranatha Industries and Productions, which started Jesus rock back when the Christian church was preaching against rock music, not knowing why, but preaching against it just the same and throwing it out of the churches. That scared the Illuminati and the occult world to death. At that time, we almost thought that their end had come because if that really happened within the Christian church, the Christian church would have the biggest mass revival of souls in the United States that this world has ever seen. That’s the purpose of rock music, to make sure that that never takes place.”
Is John Todd a reliable source?
According to Illuminati expert Fritz Springmeier, yes!
‘There are friends of mine who feel very convinced this ex-Illuminatus is the real thing, and that he was really part of the Illuminati. Then, there are some who feel he is not for real. There has been an intense program of discrediting this man which was orchestrated by the Illuminati and their plans within the Christian community. I have listened to both sides of the issue, and then listened to the man himself, and I am convinced he is for real. I believe he really was part of the Illuminati.
I have listened to ours of accusations that were leveled against this ex-Illuminatus even before he was framed, and most if not all amount to nothing. When I have asked people what their objections were to this man, they have said they are convinced he was a Satanist, but that they doubt his Illuminati credentials. But the man is part of one of the most powerful bloodlines in the world, the Collins family. Whether he got high in the Illuminati can be debated, but if he were in Satanism, which many acknowledge, he would have—almost certainly—been taken into an Illuminati coven.”[ix]
Springmeier explains why some sincere people doubt the veracity of Todd’s claims.
“In the 1978-79 time period, a 30-year-old man, John Wayne Todd, claiming to be an ex-Illuminati hierarchy member, was speaking in Baptist and Pentecostal churches all across the United States. He became somewhat of a minor celebrity among people who have wanted to learn about the Illuminati. Unfortunately, at that point in time, absolutely no one understood the Illuminati and their mind-control. No one was able to understand what John Todd was all about. No one had exposed the modern Illuminati until this author came out with (to date) six books on the Illuminati. This book on the bloodlines, has three sequel books on the Illuminati’s mind control. It is imperative that people understand the nature of this total mind-control and multiple personalities.
This author has spoken with John Todd on a number of occasions, and he was without doubt a multiple personality that was programmed by the Illuminati. When he went out on speaking engagements, his talks were full of numerous contradictory statements. That is the nature of a multiple personality.
This author was never in the Illuminati, but as an outsider, I have studied the Illuminati for years, and I know how hard it was to research them. When I have listened to Johnnie Todd’s tapes of his speeches, he says too many things that hit the mark that he couldn’t have learned if he did not have some acquaintance with the subject. It is clear to me that he didn’t gain his knowledge of the Illuminati by reading a few book, which his detractors accuse him of doing.
John Todd should have been given therapy for his MPD and mind control; unfortunately, the Christian churches put him out on speaking circuits for several years. Todd was totally unreliable, and very contradictory in what he said and did. His multiple personality disorder clearly showed itself, as one hour, he’d have a charming personality holding his body, and the next hour he’d have a totally obnoxious personality holding his body. Because no one understood Illuminati mind control, which is done to essentially all their members, the Christian audiences and ministers who supported Todd eventually turned against him. John Todd himself did not understand the mind control he was under, nor did he ever do any therapy work with his Multiple Personality Disorder….”[x]
Jack Chick of Chick Publications, was one of a few prominent Christian leaders to stand by Todd’s testimony.
“I back John up 100% with all his faults. I know this brother is doing his best to advance the kingdom of God. We must keep one fact in mind. John is not a minister, but a Christian layman sharing what he knows about a very explosive subject. We should be eager to know about what is going on in the enemy’s camp, and to my knowledge, John Todd is the only one qualified to give us that information. I encourage you to stand with him in the face of this onslaught.”[xi]
[vii] The Incredible Scofield and His Book, Joseph M. Canfield, 1988
[ix] Bloodlines of the Illuminati, Fritz Springmeier, pg. 78, 1995
[x] Bloodlines of the Illuminati, Fritz Springmeier, pg. 75-76, 1995