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E-mail from Michael Roll to Jeff Rense, March 4, 2004

Jeff Rense is a US broadcaster:

The lunatics have taken over the asylum called planet Earth


Following on from our exchange of e-mails a few weeks ago about how dangerous it is to take too much notice of what etheric people say via mediums.

Because of the 9/11 tragedy and the antics of the victims of priestcraft being beamed into peoples' homes, the penny has suddenly dropped. Ordinary decent people all over the world now realise for themselves that actually believing in what priests say can send many people stark staring bonkers. The greatest, and most dangerous, hoax on the human race has now been laid bare - that "God", the creator of the universe no less, has given direct instructions to people on Earth via "holy" books!

Our job is now easy because all we have to do is just point to the book that explains what happens, and what can go wrong, when people on Earth soak up supernatural claptrap from rotten people in the etheric world who are pretending to be "God".

Findlay, Arthur "The Psychic Stream" 1939 (Psychic Press Ltd.)

This can now be ordered online:

Tel. 01279 817050 £12.95p plus £5.20p post and packing

Now that we have discovered that there are people in the invisible part of the universe who are just the same as when they were on Earth, it's obvious that we have to be very sceptical of what comes through via mediums. It's vital that we reject everything that offends our reason or insults our intelligence. For example, Joan of Arc thought she was in touch with God, when it would be more logical to conclude that she was making contact with "dead" French patriots who told her when and where to strike at the English.

A spiritualist called Alan Valiant has been advertising his book claiming that God is making contact with him! It's much more likely that he is in contact with a joker in the etheric world who is on an ego trip and is pretending to be the creator of the universe, just hoping that gullible people will believe him.

Arthur Findlay points out in "The Psychic Stream" that exactly the same thing has been happening all down through history for thousands of years. We are now reaping the results of our ancestors making the same mistake as Joan of Arc and Alan Valiant - thinking that "God" had taken time off from creating galaxies and was having a chat with them.

The books have all been published but suppressed, all we have to do is just point to them - Thomas Paine and Arthur Findlay.

Michael Roll

On August 16, 2004, Alan Valiant pointed out to us that he does not wish to be referred to as a "Spiritualist" (an adherent of the one-god religion of Spiritualism). This error has been corrected in the above text.


Related material on this site:

Complaint - Alan Valiant (August 16, 2004)

We can stop the Third World War, but only if we all fight very hard indeed - E-mail from Michael Roll to Jeff Rense (August 20, 2002)

No Book Has Divine Authority - by Michael Roll

The Curse of Ignorance by Arthur Findlay (1947), published in two volumes, and details of some of Findlay's other works.

This is the true history of mankind, totally different to the pack of lies taught in a country where the Church and state are established. This passage sums up just how badly the British people have been deceived:

"Such, however, is still [the Church's] influence that this book, which tells the story of the past honestly and fearlessly, will be kept out of our schools and universities by the authorities, and consequently, only in later life will those with enquiring minds discover the truth."

Findlay finishes with a call to the people of the world to throw off the shackles of priestcraft, to make a choice between two paths:

"One is the Secular way (non religious) and the other is the Theological (religious); one is the Democratic and the other the Despotic; one is the sane and the other the insane."

The Most Valuable Englishman Ever - Michael Roll's article about Thomas Paine (1736-1809)
This outstanding tribute to Thomas Paine - "The Most Valuable Englishman Ever" - is taken from Arthur Findlay's suppressed history of humanity, "The Curse of Ignorance".

Related material on other sites:

Their beliefs are bonkers, but they are at the heart of power - an article by George Monbiot (The Guardian, April 20, 2004)