Why are so many Evangelical Christians so terribly and stubbornly deceived about whether President Bush is a genuine Christian?
A Chicago University professor has discovered that President Bush uses "Christian code words" which stimulate the minds of the Christian in a manner almost subliminal. The result is that many millions of Christians are almost invisibly drawn to supporting the President because his art of speaking has led them to believe he is genuinely Born Again.
NEWS BRIEF: "Words matter: How Bush speaks in religious code," By Bruce Lincoln, Boston Globe, September 12, 2004
"George W. Bush believes God has called him to be president. You won't hear him say so openly, of course, but he regularly conveys this to a core constituency -- the religious right ... But he has also been careful. Aware that he must appeal to the center to secure reelection, he employs double-coded signals that veil much of his religious message from outsiders. Biblical references, allusions to hymns, and specialized vocabulary are keys to this communication ..."
For generations, practitioners of the "Occult Sciences" have been taught sophisticated mind control techniques by which they could hold sway over their followers, succeed in business, and be the absolute best in winning the hearts and minds of the people with whom they came into contact or of the people whom they wanted to influence. "Double-Coded Signals" are their stock-in-trade secrets by which they accomplished this feat. During President Bush's Inaugural Address, January 20, 2001, we noted that he used an Illuminati code word (Read NEWS1464) by which he signaled fellow occultists throughout the world as to his true nature and intentions without letting anyone else in on the "little secret."
But, here, we are speaking of an entirely different kind of "double-coded signals." These type of signals are very sophisticated, undoubtedly written in advance by a speechwriter skilled in this "occult science" and then delivered by the President. Keys to delivering these hidden signals are halting speech, many pauses, a lot of repetition, and painting word pictures. With this information in mind, let us return to this Boston Globe article.
"The president learned this art when he served as his father's liaison to the religious right in 1988 .... Well-connected staff introduced him to evangelical leaders and taught him to win their trust. 'Signal early and signal often' was their motto." (Ibid.)
If the President was to successfully appeal in an almost subliminal manner to the Christian Right, he had to know their inner language, their Biblical word pictures, and key doctrines. Notice that Bush set out to learn this "Christian Right" language in connection with his "well-connected staff." Undoubtedly, this staff included people who were expert in this "Occult Science," although a lifelong Adept in Skull & Bones like President George W. Bush can be expected to have been thoroughly trained in this fine art of controlling and manipulating people's minds.
Most of our current crop of politicians are using this technique virtually everyday; President Clinton was a true master of this art, but probably not any better than Bush. Let us now return to this article for crucial information:
"Accordingly, most of Bush's speeches are discreetly larded with religious content. His seemingly secular acceptance speech at the recent Republican National Convention offers a case in point. Beyond the single paragraph on abortion, gay marriage, and "faith-based" charities, a strong religious subtext was carefully crafted to slip beneath the radar."
This phrase, "carefully crafted to slip beneath the radar", speaks clearly to the bold intent of the skilled speechwriter: To subliminally speak to the inner mind of the targeted listener, the Born Again Christians of America. These techniques over-ride -- or perhaps slip beyond -- the conscious mind and drives powerfully into the subconscious. In Seminar 1, "America's Leadership of the New World Order," we carefully examine the subliminal techniques used daily by expert advertising firms working for key retailers and factories. We learned that their major discovery was that the Conscious Mind possessed the moral safeguards which acted as a guarded gateway, controlling which stimuli was so offensive to the mind that it needed to be stopped; however, the Subconscious Mind contained no such moral guarded gateway.
Therefore, using subliminal techniques, advertisers in all Mass Media advertising are able to bypass the Conscious Mind altogether and pitch their product directly to the unguarded Subconscious Mind. We show examples of just this kind of advertising.
Let us now go back to this Boston Globe article to see which types of Biblical imagery Bush has been using on Christians for a very long time.
"Biblical references were firmly planted at the beginning and end of the speech. Early on, Bush spoke of 'hills to climb' and seeing 'the valley below', an allusion to Israel's escape from slavery and Moses' vision of the Promised Land, as described in Deuteronomy 34. Given the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous use of the same passage ('I've been to the mountaintop'), Bush thus associated himself with both King and Moses, characterizing his presidency not just as a struggle for freedom, but a religious mission with risks of martyrdom."
In his closing paragraph, Bush quoted Ecclesiastes 3, 'To everything there is a season,' but quickly departed from the Biblical text. 'A time for sadness,' he began, with reference to 9/11, then 'a time for struggle' -- Afghanistan and Iraq -- and finally 'a time for rebuilding.' This pattern of loss followed by recovery recurred in passages devoted to the economy, the war against terrorism, the national mood, and the state of morality since the 1960s. In all cases, Bush described losses overcome through hope, steadfastness, and faith. Only when he reached his culminating example did he name what he saw in them all. "For as long as our country stands," he proclaimed, "people will look to the resurrection of New York City and they will say: Here buildings fell, and here a nation rose." Biblical Metaphor: Resurrection." (Ibid.)
When the President used the word, "resurrection," he hit a major mental nerve with Christians. Their subconscious minds responded positively and said, "this President is one of us: A Born Again Christian." All the religious imagery mentioned in this above paragraph, and in the paragraphs below, did hit home in the subconscious minds of untold numbers of genuinely Born Again Christians. This linguistic hypnosis is probably the reason Bush seems to have such a stranglehold on Evangelical Christians who should be objectively judging Bush on his Spiritual Fruits, not on his rhetoric.
Returning back to this Boston Globe article, we see even more elements of religious words and symbolism, most always repeated often:
"Twelve times Bush used the phrase 'I believe,' many more than any other ... repetition hammered home the crucial point: Bush is a man who believes. Two of these beliefs were meant to justify his wars as holy. 'I believe that America is called to lead the cause of freedom in a new century' - I believe freedom is not America's gift to the world, it is the Almighty's gift to every man and woman'."
Like he has so many times, President Bush did not say "Jesus Christ," but the clearly Masonic term, "Almighty." But, he clearly "believes." Not too long ago, I listened with horror when a Fundamental Baptist Pastor stood up in his podium to announce that "All of America's wars have been just!" Not only is this most definitely not true (Seminar 2, "America Determines The Flow of History") but this war in Afghanistan and Iraq is the most unholy, Illuminist-planned imaginable! Yet, this preacher stood before his packed congregation, telling them that ALL of America's wars have been just; since the word "ALL" includes this present war, Christian men and boys in the audience feel reassured that they can morally be a part of our military machine right now, even though we are most definitely fighting to produce Antichrist.
Now, let us return for our final insight from this Boston Globe article:
"In the course of his speech, the president thus suggested he is a pious man, called to lead a righteous nation. Like the nation itself, he is committed to a sacred cause and is guided in all things by his Christian faith. His sole concern in Iraq -- so he insists -- is to spread freedom, and in doing this he serves the Almighty. If you heard that and can accept it, it must be terribly reassuring. Rather less comforting is the realization that Bush is selling his dubious war to the base he has skillfully courted for years, which he knows to be credulous, fiercely patriotic, and enormously loyal." (Ibid.)
This type of skilled speech literally hypnotizes its audience. It is an Occult Art which has lately been given a distinctive name: "Neuro-Linguistic Programming"(NLP). This linguistic skill literally "programs" its target audience using targeted hyperbole in much the same way that a horoscope "hits home" with fans of astrology. As we head into each election season, understanding how you are being manipulated is critical.
But now you know on major reason why the vast majority of genuine Born Again Christians are so deceived about President Bush. However, Christians could not have been so deceived had they been following their Lord closely. Today's Christian ignores his Bible, is not taught correctly and thoroughly from the pulpit or the Sunday School class, ignores daily Bible Study and prayer, and does not vigorously apply Biblical doctrine to his/her daily life.
With this kind of spiritual weakness and lukewarmness, Christians have set themselves up for the kind of unparalleled spiritual deception of which our Lord warned in Matthew 24:24: "For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect." This weak Christian faith is the reason people accept President Bush as a Christian based only on his words, ignoring his many evil spiritual fruits.
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