Family in Christ, as a brother, I have a serious warning concerning Pastor John Bevere. I want to be very careful about this so as not to falsely accuse someone who may be a dear, hard-working servant of Christ. However, he may also be a Gnostic infiltrator feeding lies to the Body of Christ. This is for your consideration and discernment in the Spirit.
I have prayed about this with extreme caution. I am compelled by the Spirit to share my findings with the rest of the Body, which I believe may have been subtly infiltrated by a wolf—yet again. I am not the first to suspect Pastor Bevere. I caught the distinct scent of a wolf after receiving a recent email from his ministry as a subscriber. If you subscribe to his ministry, you may have the same one in your inbox. It was a promotional excerpt from an audio drama that Bevere wrote. It was originally and elaborately scored, voiced by professionals and Hollywood actors (John Rhys-Davies). This is what the email read:
“There was once a world similar to our own yet different in many ways. In this world there were no independent nations, only one great kingdom named Affabel. Though this kingdom spanned the entire known world, it had a single capital city from which all leadership was administered. It was called The Great City of Affabel.
This enchanted city was presided over by a remarkable king named Jalyn. King Jalyn was adored and greatly admired by his subjects. He exuded a depth of love that seemed inexhaustible. He was strong and wise, yet at the same time was kind and possessed a great sense of humor. Though his manner was regal, Jalyn was also personable. To be with him was to find oneself encompassed in an atmosphere of goodness. His presence raised every aspect of life to a higher level. His vision and foresight were astounding, and he had an uncanny ability to see beyond the actions of people into the motives of their hearts.
Jalyn’s father, who founded Affabel, was known as the Founding King Father. Once order had been established, he turned all leadership of the kingdom over to his son. The residents of the great city helped administrate the rule of Jalyn in the outlying territories of the kingdom. This was accomplished through a hierarchical system of authority and leadership in the ruling city.
This is a segment of Affabel—a part of Driven by Eternity. To continue exploring more of Affabel check out this week’s devotional. You may just find yourself within the story!”
This was disturbing to me for a reason that is not easily seen. I’ve obsessed for a number of years over my studies in mythology and the mysteries of antiquity, and without a doubt, the root of all pagan tradition, religion, and legend can be traced back to one place—Babylon.
Allow me to give a brief lesson in dark history.
Noah’s son Ham bore Cush, who is renowned to be the original builder of the city of Babylon and head priest of the worship of his son, Nimrod, who became the city’s divine “god-king”, the first monarch of the postdiluvian world. Nimrod is the divine solar child found throughout paganism, known as Bacchus, Dionysus, Osiris, Helios, Mithras, etc… A Greek inscription found on the remains of a bracket in Rome even equates him with the famous Zeus — “To Zeus Helios Mithras Phanes, by the priest and Father Venustus together with the attendants of the god.” Being that Nimrod was deified, it was necessary that his father also be regarded as divine, and so began the satanically twisted father-son paradigm—Saturn and Jupiter, Kronos and Zeus, Odin and Thor. This is why the heathen “gods” both look and act like humans—they were almost all based on ancient Assyro-Babylonian royals in Biblical antiquity. Even the poet Hesiod wrote about the souls of certain favourable men becoming gods by their posterity. Nimrod, of course, is famously the most evil man in history—no doubt an earthly reflection of the Devil—for constructing the Tower of Babel during his reign. Babylon was a kingdom that eclipsed the whole known world and was considered to its inhabitants heaven on earth. Nimrod was considered a god on earth. He was the one who founded the kingdom’s capital city, Nineveh. Assyrian legend calls this ancient king “Ninus”. He was also known as the famous “Belus”, “Ba’al”, or simply the Akkadian “Bel”. This is history’s first archetype of the Antichrist.
Now, perhaps, you can see my concern.
Let me go through the excerpt of Bevere’s audio drama one more time: “There was once a world similar to our own yet different in many ways. In this world there were no independent nations, only one great kingdom named Affabel. Though this kingdom spanned the entire known world, it had a single capital city from which all leadership was administered. It was called The Great City of Affabel.” Obviously, the name “Affabel” has the same basic syllable structure as “Babylon”. In fact, “On”, the last two letters of “Babylon”, was an Egyptian epithet for the sun-god, who was the same as the Akkadian Bel. So the name Affabel and Babylon are very similar in sound. And it’s not a coincidence that Affabel sounds like the word “affable,” derived from the Latin “affabilis,” meaning “to speak”—which is what the one-language super-kingdom of Babylon was famed for before Babel’s confusion of tongues. Like Bevere’s Affabel, Babylon spanned the whole known world, and had a single capital, Nineveh, ruled by a single monarch.
Although Bevere’s “Great City of Affabel” is supposed to allude to the Kingdom of Heaven, one cannot deny its perfect resemblance to Babylon the Great, the first real dynasty of Satan on earth via the proxy king Nimrod.
“This enchanted city was presided over by a remarkable king named Jalyn. King Jalyn was adored and greatly admired by his subjects. He exuded a depth of love that seemed inexhaustible. He was strong and wise, yet at the same time was kind and possessed a great sense of humor. Though his manner was regal, Jalyn was also personable. To be with him was to find oneself encompassed in an atmosphere of goodness. His presence raised every aspect of life to a higher level. His vision and foresight were astounding, and he had an uncanny ability to see beyond the actions of people into the motives of their hearts.” Who’s to say that Bevere is not describing Nimrod, the great Osiris, Bacchus, Dionysus, Apollo? King Jalyn is supposed to represent Jesus Christ, but there is literally nothing in Bevere’s description to distinguish Jesus from the famous saviour deity of classical Gnostic paganism. In fact, the name he chose to give this Christ-king is “Jalyn”, as in the Jalyn Arabs (Jiyalin), a bloodline descended from the children of Ham, as was Nimrod—historically the enemies of Israel and the Jews. From Ham came the lineage of every single one of the so-called “divine incarnations” of the pagan gods.
“Jalyn’s father, who founded Affabel, was known as the Founding King Father. Once order had been established, he turned all leadership of the kingdom over to his son.” It is a fact that Nimrod’s father Cush was the legendary founder of Babylon, the city’s original builder. Cush was known as Saturn, Enki in Sumeria; or Janus, the “clavijer” (key-bearer), god of doorways, as the name Babylon was meant to mean “Gate of God.” His son Nimrod was then made the kingdom’s first king, hailed as the incarnate sun-god. Cush then became not only the famous Founding King Father, as Bevere words it, but the natural head of the religious order, hence why the Pope of Rome is called to this day “Holy Father”. In fact, just today, November 20, Pope Francis himself performed an obscurely ceremonial closing of the “door of mercy”, in which he ritualistically shut the Holy Door of St. Peter’s Basilica, reminiscing on his Cush-like role as Janus, god of doorways. See article here.
Bevere’s way of describing Heaven is parallel to the classic paradigm of Babylon and its two famous rulers, father and son—Bel the elder, and Bel the younger (aka: Ba’al). Only someone completely ignorant or cunningly privy to this mythological mystery would illustrate Heaven in a way that perfectly mirrors the Babylonian template of heaven. “The residents of the great city helped administrate the rule of Jalyn in the outlying territories of the kingdom. This was accomplished through a hierarchical system of authority and leadership in the ruling city.”
Do you believe in coincidences?
Most pastors would never ignorantly—or even accidentally—pattern a retelling of God’s kingdom after the basic structure of the greatest historical empire of Satan. However, a Gnostic wolf, a heretical infiltrator, or a Roman Catholic Jesuit, say, would have a scholarly and intricate knowledgeability of the Babylonian root of classical mythology, and would see such a comparison as holy and true.
Nimrod, apotheosized as a god, is the solar saviour deity worshipped by apostate Christians adhering to a Gnostic interpretation of the Bible. When this paganism is fused with Christianity, it forms the chimeric mystery religion of Rome, now called Roman Catholicism. This is how Jesus Christ and the Antichrist have become too difficult for many Christians to discern between. This very same confusion, I would say, is manifest in our apparent inability to catch wolves preaching lies from Protestant pulpits.
We were warned about this.
MATTHEW 10:16 — “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves.”
ACTS 20:28-30 — “Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood. I know that after I leave, savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them.”
ROMANS 16:17-18 — “I urge you, brothers and sisters, to watch out for those who cause divisions and put obstacles in your way that are contrary to the teaching you have learned. Keep away from them. For such people are not serving our Lord Christ, but their own appetites. By smooth talk and flattery they deceive the minds of naive people.”
In my opinion, “wolves” can be more literally defined.
One of the most well-fortified phalanxes of Gnostic force in the unseen war on spiritual truth is the Societas Iesu, the Jesuits, a Catholic order formed in the sixteenth century as a militant counter-Reformation group. Just to give you an idea of who they are, here’s the Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction given to high ranking Jesuits only. This oath is taken from the book Subterranean Rome by Carlos Didier, translated from the French, and published in New York in 1843:
“Superior: My son, heretofore you have been taught to act the dissembler: among Roman Catholics to be a Roman Catholic, and to be a spy even among your own brethren; to believe no man, to trust no man. Among the Reformers, to be a reformer; among the Huguenots, to be a Huguenot; among the Calvinists, to be a Calvinist; among other Protestants, generally to be a Protestant, and obtaining their confidence, to seek even to preach from their pulpits, and to denounce with all the vehemence in your nature our Holy Religion and the Pope; and even to descend so low as to become a Jew among Jews, that you might be enabled to gather together all information for the benefit of your Order as a faithful soldier of the Pope.”
It goes on, and it gets worse. But this is why Protestants should believe that wolves are real, that they’re out on the prowl, and that they’re likely some of our most popular and well-funded pastors.
The Vatican’s current pope, Francis, is the first pope in history that belongs to the order of the Jesuits. We are living in a time when these are the people being empowered, the wolves. So, we shouldn’t be surprised to learn that our beloved, well-financed, positively-dressed churches and their benevolently grinning pastors are, in fact, undercover agents of evil. I do not want to make a direct accusation on Pastor John Bevere, but rather I wish to spur the Church to diligently hold him—and any pastor—to the test of Scripture. Bevere has been suspected of advocating a false prosperity gospel, as well as other extremely subtle distortions of the Word—see critical analysis here.
But this is only rumour until you study it for yourself.
I exhort us all to do so. For the sake of the Church of Christ, His Body, we should endeavour to spot the liars where they stand, if they indeed prove themselves by deed or teaching to be ravenous wolves, and warn our fellow sheep. I have no doubt that some prominent, well-known pastors today are Jesuit infiltrators serving the papacy of Rome by subverting us from within. Their twisted teachings are dividing our unity and leading many of the flock astray. It is probably for this very reason that Protestant Christianity is so utterly shattered and divided in doctrine. Today, I call upon the Church for willing wolf hunters.
Always pray in the Spirit for discernment.
EPHESIANS 5:11 — “Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.”