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True, but I get a very strong feeling, supported by the Spirit, that Wydner's "version" of history is far, far more trustworthy than Babylon's (the World's) version.firend wrote:I have dabbled a little in them. I see them as containing a lot of truth, but not considered scripture. I believe that the gospel did go up North from the middle East. It also became lost. So in these histories there is a lot of truth carried down, but certainly not to be relied on as "thus saith the Lord"
Agreed... I get the feeling that the Great and Abominable Church was in charge of the Catholic church for a time; possibly until its iron grip on Europe started to fade and the Whore escaped like a rat jumps off of a sinking ship.firend wrote:I think reading the Mayan histories one can gleen truth handed down, as well as other civilizations, etc. I think these histories of the North people are known inside Catholic circles as well, deep in their Vatican city, etc
100% sure. I actually had the privelege of talking to Brother Wydner for about half an hour on the phone the other day, and he mentioned Darren in passing.Glenn wrote:The writing style seemed very familiar. Are we sure Bruce Wydner is not our "Darren"