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Texe Marrs

Illuminati Anoints Jakes as New Billy Graham

"For the leaders of this people cause them to err; and they that are led of them are destroyed."—Isaiah 9:16

"Ye are they which justify yourselves before men; but God knoweth your hearts: for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God."—Luke 16:15

The inner circle of the Illuminati has finally chosen the man who is to be successor to their faithful stooge and mouthpiece, Billy Graham. Already, the controlled media is busy exalting and publicizing to the world the man the Illuminati elite have chosen to succeed the ailing and aging evangelist, Billy Graham.

Billy Graham, of course, wanted his son, Franklin, to fill the post. But the Illuminati nixed Franklin, pointing out both his lack of charisma and his checkered past as obstacles.

Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, and others were also rejected—too old, too shop-worn, too much "excess baggage."

Bishop T.D. Jakes

Bishop T.D. Jakes

The new Billy Graham is the man I have for months predicted would be the elite's new "Christian" superstar. His name is T.D. Jakes. Jakes, a Pentecostal-Charismatic pastor and self-styled "Bishop" from South Dallas, in Texas, is the perfect "fit" for the job of religious front man.

Jakes is a Feminist, a Liberal, and a Supporter of Clinton and Gore

First, he's a feminist who rattles on nonstop in his sermons about the "need to empower women." Jake's 1993 book, Woman, Thou Art Loosed!, sold over two million copies.

Second, Bishop T.D. Jakes is a liberal and a Democratic Party supporter. During the last presidential campaign, Jakes and black pastor cronies invited their preferred candidate, Democrat Al Gore, into the pulpit of Jakes' 26,000-member Potter's House megachurch. In a pompous show of religiosity, they laid hands on Gore to give him the "anointing" he would need for the presidential campaign. Evidently, their anointing didn't take hold-Gore lost to Bush in an election squeaker.

A third reason why the Illuminati elite have tagged Jakes to be spokesperson and salesman for their masonic version of "God" is that Jakes has proven loyal to their immoral cause. For example, during the impeachment hearings of former President Bill Clinton, Jakes went to the airwaves to try and bail Clinton out. On CNN's The Larry King Show, Jakes insisted that adultery wasn't a big deal and suggested that Clinton was a great President who deserved to stay in office. "Leave Clinton alone," Jakes trumpeted.

Jakes likened those who wanted Bill Clinton to be brought to justice to "a lynch mob." Using the race card, he compared the criticism of Clinton's misconduct to the "lynching of black people."

T.D. Jakes

Bishop Jakes lays hands on one of his many Charismatic female (black and white) admirers.

"I Want My Stuff!"

Bishop T.D. Jakes is also acceptable because he's both ecumenical and heretical—two traits greatly admired by the Illuminati. Jakes is a big star on weird TV's greatest religious big-top circus, Paul and Jan Crouch's Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). He's a tongues-talker into all kinds of unscriptural doctrinal malarkey. Jakes is a popular speaker at Promise Keepers and other ecumenical meetings.

A promoter of the prosperity gospel and of "cultural diversity," Jakes dresses and acts the part as he emphasizes TBN's Word of Faith, "name it and claim it" propaganda. He tells people God wants to make them rich. He mesmerizes his female audience with emotional psychobabble. Jakes is a master con-man who can get audiences of thousands carnally chanting their demand to God, "I want my stuff! I want my stuff! I want my stuff!"

"Jesus was a Rich Man," says Jakes

The scriptures tell us that Jesus was a poor son of a carpenter who once exclaimed that he didn't even have a foxhole to call his own. But Jakes says that is not so. "Jesus," Jakes assures the greedy, "was a rich man—had servants and a mansion."

That explains for his audience why Jakes, too, is fabulously wealthy. Jakes and his wife live in a $1.7 million mansion in a ritzy neighborhood next to the estate of the late oil magnate, H. L. Hunt. He sports a giant diamond ring, wears $3,000 tailored suits, and stays in the most luxurious of hotel suites.

But it's all O.K.—after all, Jesus did it, too!

"Oprah in a pulpit"

Finally, Bishop T.D. Jakes is the Illuminati's successor to Billy Graham because, well, because his skin is colored black. And that's essential in the age of high political correctness. The men of the Illuminati want a black man to replace Billy Graham; thus, T.D. Jakes is their "Egyptian archetype." "Reverend" Jesse Jackson has been pretty well discredited. "Reverend" Al Sharpton is talkative and colorful, but is a public image disaster. So, a new black "Christian" leader is desperately needed to fulfill the goals of the elite in the days ahead. Enter Bishop T.D. Jakes!

Moreover, Jakes is not only politically correct, he's an articulate black man with a popular message and style that appeals to all races, not just Afro-Americans. Time magazine describes Jakes' preaching style as "Oprah in a pulpit."

Jakes—The Chosen

Confirming my prediction that Jakes is the Illuminati's chosen 21st Century preacher-icon, Time magazine pictured the Bishop on its September 17, 2001 issue, with the headline, "Is this man THE NEXT BILLY GRAHAM?"

Inside, in the feature article, Time's writers practically slobbered at the mouth in praise of the charismatic Pentecostal preacher. They pictured him symbolically holding a white dove in his hands. They said he is a "prodigy," raved about his "overwhelming gift," and touted his talent as "colossal."

Time magazine, a premier Illuminati publication, even compared Jakes' voice to the "purr of Isaac Hayes" and to "the screams of (voodoo-music man) Jay Hawkins."

T.D. Jakes

This Time magazine photo of a somber Bishop T.D. Jakes with dove is packed with symbolic significance.

Time crowed that Jakes is "anointed," that "he's got a special trust." The magazine's editor also noted the Bishop's friendship with celebrities like singer Natalie Cole and ex-pro football star, Deion Sanders. Yep, Bishop T.D. Jakes fits the Billy Graham mold to a tee!

The Time article was followed by yet another favorable CNN Larry King interview, a spot on TV's Good Morning America, and Presto!—the Illuminati now has their new Billy Graham—a politically correct black man they can rely on to keep both the white religious right and the black church crowd alike on the right channel and track—heading blissfully, with whoops and hollers, straight toward Revelation oblivion.

An Occultic, Cabalistic Masterpiece

Oh, I forgot to mention: Time magazine's cover art of Jakes was an occultic, cabalistic masterpiece. An Illuminati jewel. Not only is Jakes shown holding a Bible, it appears he has a red horn protruding out of the top of his head (the little horn of Daniel, the antichrist?) Right above that is a square red dot, which, in occult language, indicates the four corners of the Earth, with these two words to the right of it: "Venus Rules!" Venus, of course, in the Illuminist and satanic lexicon, stands for "Mystery Babylon."

Wanted: A New Pope to Stand Beside Bishop Jakes

So, Bishop T.D. Jakes is in. We have our new Billy Graham. Now, the Illuminati are on the lookout for a replacement for their other main religious puppet, their fading Catholic servant, Pope John Paul II. And I know exactly who they've got in mind for that job, too. Stay tuned: we'll be examining The Next Pope, The Last Pope in a future issue of Power of Prophecy.

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