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Saturday, June 19, 2010

• Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda, a minister, says he is God
• De Jesus preaches that there is no devil and no sin
• His church claims thousands of members in more than 30 countries

The minister has the number 666 tattooed on his arm.

But Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda is not your typical minister. De Jesus, or "Daddy" as his thousands of followers call him, does not merely pray to God: He says he is God.

"The spirit that is in me is the same spirit that was in Jesus of Nazareth," de Jesus says.

De Jesus' claims of divinity have angered Christian leaders, who say he is a fake. Religious experts say he may be something much more dangerous, a cult leader who really believes he is God. (Watch followers get 666 tattoos for their leader Video)

"He's in their heads, he's inside the heads of those people," says Prof. Daniel Alvarez, a religion expert at Florida International University who has debated some of de Jesus' followers.

"De Jesus speaks with a kind of conviction that makes me consider him more like David Koresh or Jim Jones."

Is de Jesus really a cult leader like David Koresh, who died with more than 70 of his Branch Davidian followers in a fiery end to a standoff with federal authorities, or Jim Jones, the founder of the Peoples Temple who committed mass suicide with 900 followers in 1978?
Prophets 'spoke to me'

De Jesus and his believers say their church -- "Creciendo en Gracia," Spanish for "Growing in grace" -- is misunderstood. Followers of the movement say they have proof that their minister is divine and that their church will one day soon be a major faith in the world.

But even de Jesus concedes that he is an unlikely leader of a church that claims thousands of members in more than 30 countries.

De Jesus, 61, grew up poor in Puerto Rico. He says he served stints in prison there for petty theft and says he was a heroin addict.

De Jesus says he learned he was Jesus reincarnate when he was visited in a dream by angels.

"The prophets, they spoke about me. It took me time to learn that, but I am what they were expecting, what they have been expecting for 2,000 years," de Jesus says.

The church that he began building 20 years ago in Miami resembles no other:

# Followers have protested Christian churches in Miami and Latin America, disrupting services and smashing crosses and statues of Jesus.

# De Jesus preaches there is no devil and no sin. His followers, he says, literally can do no wrong in God's eyes.

# The church calls itself the "Government of God on Earth" and uses a seal similar to the United States.
Doing God's work with a Lexus and Rolex

If Creciendo en Gracia is an atypical religious group, de Jesus also does not fit the mold of the average church leader. De Jesus flouts traditional vows of poverty.

He says he has a church-paid salary of $136,000 but lives more lavishly than that. During an interview, he showed off a diamond-encrusted Rolex to a CNN crew and said he has three just like them. He travels in armored Lexuses and BMWs, he says, for his safety. All are gifts from his devoted followers.

And what about the tattoo of 666 on his arm?

Although it's a number usually associated with Satan, not the son of God, de Jesus says that 666 and the Antichrist are, like him, misunderstood.

The Antichrist is not the devil, de Jesus tells his congregation; he's the being who replaces Jesus on Earth.

"Antichrist is the best person in the world," he says. "Antichrist means don't put your eyes on Jesus because Jesus of Nazareth wasn't a Christian. Antichrist means do not put your eyes on Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Put it on Jesus after the cross."

And de Jesus says that means him.

So far, de Jesus says that his flock hasn't been scared off by his claims of being the Antichrist. In a show of the sway he holds over the group, 30 members of his congregation Tuesday went to a tattoo parlor to have 666 also permanently etched onto their skin.

He may wield influence over them, but his followers say don't expect them to go the way of people who believed in David Koresh and Jim Jones. Just by finding de Jesus, they say, they have achieved their purpose.

"If somebody tells us drink some Kool-Aid and we'll go to heaven, that's not true. We are already in heavenly places," follower Martita Roca told a reporter after having 666 tattooed onto her ankle.
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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Is Barack Obama President

Is Barack Obama really president? He has continually blocked everyone from seeing his real birth certificate, instead presenting a well know fake one. Plus he refuses all requests for any and all other documents that would show that he is a natural born citizen of the USA. Natural born citizenship is required by the USA constitution if one wants to be president. There is more info in the below video.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Devil in Miss Mansfield

Jayne Mansfield
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Who Is Who, What Is What?

Stories abound on the Internet and elsewhere about a mystery man calling himself Anthony Jess LaVey, claiming to be a son of Anton Szandor LaVey. Anton LaVey, birth name, Howard Stanton Levey was the founder of the Church of Satan in San Francisco, California. The "mystery" comes into play because Anton/Howard (1930 to 1997) had only three known children, two daughters named Karla and Zeena, and one son named Xerxes. Many then say that Jess LaVey is a fraud, but is he? When asked once for documentation to support his claims, Jess LaVey responded that he was unable to provide evidence due to satanic conspiracies against him. He then threatened litigation for those who disputed his claims. Reports say that Jess lives in Yucaipa, California and does Christian missionary work. He is said to rarely give interviews, so rare that I have not been able to see many interviews with him or his photo... That smacks of him being an urban legend rather than a living person. How do you have a famous name such as his in this techno world and hide so well??? In these website "interviews" it appears that he is hard to shut up rather than introverted than like an phantom he is gone. He claims to have known his father quite well and relates his childhood as though they were together a lot. These stories spin a Hollywood type plot of Satanic rituals and attach abuse for extra measure. The most well known and circulated one involves a famous castle in Colorado and involves both George Bush sr and jr. According to Jess, his father Anton often stayed at the castle and that is where he met George Bush jr. Click Here for what is supposed to be a May 2007 radio interview. Recorded in mp3.
In this interview with Dr. Gianni (what a idiot) Hayes Ph.D. Jess thinks that his dad, Anton LeVey, is still alive in 2007 or ten years after his reported passing in 1997... I found the Jess LaVey of that interview totally unconvincing and again in light of all of the above, I see no proof of him being Anton's son... The only way for proof that would settle it would be documentation i.e. a real and official birth certificate (not Obama type LOL) plus, much more. The Jess that makes all of these claims rapidly skirts out of the way when approached about such proof.
To be continued...
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