Freemasons and Druids Promote the Teachings of John Macarthur
"Why would Freemasons and Druids promote the teachings of a Christian minister unless he is secretly one of them? The reason they promote MacArthur is that, although he preaches the Bible, he is covertly promoting a hybrid of Christianity and paganism which is Gnosticism or Freemasonry."
The Latest News on one Clann Arthur website reveals that many members of the MacArthur Clan are still “Sons of Arthur” at heart, conspiring to restore the ancient Celtic kingdom on a global scale, with Celtic institutions and traditions, such as ritual human sacrifice. These MacArthurs are also practicing Druids, Wiccans and Freemasons. In the Part 6 of this report, we found John MacArthur quoted in a Masonic publication and now we find a Druid website has linked to MacArthur’s teachings. (One Place: Grace To You) Why would Freemasons and Druids promote the teachings of a Christian minister unless he is secretly one of them? The reason they promote MacArthur is that, although he preaches the Bible, he is covertly promoting a hybrid of Christianity and paganism which is Gnosticism or Freemasonry. In this way he is working to bring about the destruction of Christianity as laid out in the Protocols of Sion: "Freedom of conscience has been declared everywhere, so that now only years divide us from them moment of the complete wrecking of that Christian religion... But, in the meantime, while we are re-educating youth in new traditional religions and afterwards in ours, we shall not overtly lay a finger on existing churches, but we shall fight against them by criticism calculated to produce schism..." (Protocol 17) For example, John MacArthur has stated that those who receive the Mark of the Beast can be redeemed, a deception which will send multitudes to hell. (Part 1) Detailed documentation has been presented in this report exposing the references in his book, Slave, to the works of pagan, anti-Christian scholars who blaspheme Jesus Christ. (Parts 2-5) John MacArthur also sponsors an annual youth camp and church carnival during the Druidic feast of Lughnasadh in which his church and young campers learn and practice the customs of the heathen. (Part 7) These are not harmless traditions, but essential rituals of pagan feasts and rites which require human sacrifices offered to the Sun god, Baal, during the eight pagan fire festivals or Sabbats. (Part 9)