A former witch, who became a follower of Jesus Christ and thereafter a pastor of an independent, Bible-believing congregation in Wisconsin, exposed the Occult, the Vatican and Freemasonry in one particular interview with the “Power Hour” which took place in December of 2009. Six months later he was dead. Shortly before Pastor Meyer died, he was to have extraordinary headaches that felt like his head was about to explode. While Mycosis, which seldom brings death and can be usually treated with antibiotics, was thought to possibly be the reason for his death, I couldn’t help but think of the video at this link. Out of the multitude of sites and symptoms related to Mycosis, I only found one that said headaches could be a symptom. I find that odd, but nevertheless, perhaps Pastor Meyer did die of a very, very, very rare cause of death as his family has assumed and officially proclaimed on their website.
John Todd and Alberto Rivera both spoke out to expose the Occult and Vatican elite, and were immediately “discredited” and “buried” in the eyes of many. Were those men just wackos? That’s what some think. However, it must be noted that the radical comments that both of those men stated decades ago have been found to be true and have come to fruition, regardless of what anyone believes about those two men. During those days when nobody knew about a New World Order or the symbol of a pyramid with an eye above it, John Todd shocked the world by telling them what those symbols were on the dollar bill and by making radical statements that have since been verified.
When nobody knew about the Vatican’s dirty connections and scandals, Alberto Rivera exposed the corruption, child molestation, and a great deal of conspiracies which have now been admitted in documentaries such as the one at this link, and many other history books, news sources, as well as by world-renowned authors, including some of the Vatican’s own insiders. Many Catholics who are now fighting the corruption within their leadership in Rome were first alerted through the words of such radical men who were demonized and who paid the price severely in their personal lives and even through their families. Their words served as an awakening, and many journalists, freedom fighters, and researchers were given the initial enlightenment and information they needed to begin research and to report all the atrocities that have erupted since those days.
The dissembler Billy Graham, who has stated that there are many ways to heaven outside of Jesus Christ as Dr. John MacArthur exposed as seen in the video at this link, was the founder of Christianity Today as seen in this article. Graham’s Christianity Today was the magazine that discredited Alberto Rivera. In 1967, Billy Graham was the first Protestant to receive an honorary degree from Belmont Abbey College, a Roman Catholic school. Graham led the Protestants to have relations with the Roman Catholic religious empire. Today, some still think that Franklin Graham and Anne Graham Lott are “good people” like many considered Billy Graham, and they attempt to say Billy Graham was just growing senile, but keep in mind that much of Billy’s bedside manners with Rome were committed in his youth and his heretical statements on many ways to heaven were stated back in the 1990s. As shown in the article at this link, Franklin Graham attended Pope Benedict’s enthronement. and Anne Graham Lotz attended Pope John Paul II’s funeral. You can read Anne’s comments about the funeral in the article at this link. While they publicly are shown to disagree at times with Rome, such as Franklin Graham’s recent disagreement on sodomy with Pope Francis, they continue to serve as lap dogs for Rome out of the public eye. Hopefully, the next time Christianity Today or the Graham family opens their mouths with an opinion, the masses will say “Fooled me once, shame on you. Fooled me twice, shame on me“. Are there really dissemblers in our congregations? Be sure to watch the videos later in this article.
John Todd and Alberto Rivera were vindicated by events and facts that have emerged since those days, whether or not they were rabid radicals or simply courageous whistle-blowers. Will we know? I don’t think it matters whether we know if they were legitimate whistle-blowers. GOD will reward them according to their deeds, whatever they were. What does matter is that they gave the world insight into matters that nobody had even heard before they spoke out, and which allowed issues to be investigated, verified, and exposed by journalists.
On the other hand, Pastor David J. Meyer did not choose to be a whistle-blower right away at the national level upon his conversion to Christ. Instead, he founded a congregation in a scarcely populated town out of the watching eye of the public around 1974, and faithfully served as a pastor and a mentor to his family with the Word of GOD for thirty-five years, while faithfully writing a small newsletter and sharing his messages quietly in the background. He lived very humbly and presented himself as a small-town rural individual, in spite of his enormous game-changing knowledge and connections. As Pastor Meyers’ following increased around the world, he finally came to the attention of Radio Talk Show host, Joyce Riley of the Power Hour political broadcast. With thirty-five years of faithful service and many friendships and established credibility, it was far more difficult for the Occult to discredit him when he spoke out on that broadcast. The fact that most people haven’t heard of this man until now is a very important reason that he has lived as long as he has without being discredited or killed. We can all be thankful to Joyce Riley for helping the world know more about these matters. Who was this man?
David J. Meyer was born in Clintonville, Wisconsin. As is custom in Occult circles, his Witchcraft was generational. His paternal grandmother and great grandmother were both practicing witches in the old traditions of Wicca. When David was thirteen years old, he began his involvement with astrology, numerology and palm reading. As a teenager, David had already gathered a following with his astrological keenness. Sitting on the steps of his back porch, he would invite spirits to come into his person. He amazed people by writing out their horoscopes and making predictions that came to pass, and he became well-known in northern Wisconsin as a psychic astrologer.
A friend coaxed David to attend a small congregation, and so out of curiosity, David attended a Sunday evening service where the Holy Spirit convicted him and moved upon his soul. At the end of the service, David went up to the front and fell to his knees and repented before the Lord. He stated that he was subsequently baptized by the Spirit into salvation, and delivered from many devils that came out from him. He instantly began to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the streets after this miraculous conversion, much like the early believers did. David assisted various pastors, completed his Associate of Arts degree at Fox Valley Technical Institute, practiced computer programming and security systems designing and analysis, and also completed ten years of service with the University of Wisconsin system as a master locksmith in charge of physical security. During that time, Mr. Meyer won many awards and certificates including the highest award presented by the Governor of Wisconsin. His connections and knowledge are sufficient to impress the least convinced. What did Mr. Meyer have to say?
You can learn for yourself by watching the series of videos that follow. I believe you will be amazed at the national control of Witches in our government and how they are even trained to dress and act like Christians in order to infiltrate their churches, to teach Sunday School, or to pastor churches. Think of how many of the more conservative Southern Baptist pastors alone are involved in Freemasonry as seen in the article at this link. Even read the article at this link found on a Freemasonry lodge’s website that shows how one of the top Southern Baptist leaders was found to be a Freemason and some of the writings that he has written on the subject.
Further information can be found at this link and this link and this link and this link and this link. Then compare that information with the amazing trend among Anglicans to not only have Freemasons in their membership and pastoral positions, but actual Druids serving in their top positions openly as seen in the article at this link. Take for instance, a comment that Pastor Meyer made about the Occult symbol Pax Romana. He stated that those who adopt that symbol in Occult Baal circles are opening themselves up to be taken over by demonic spirits.
This brings a question forward in my mind. After all, I have seen the Pax Romana’s association with the Vatican for many years, and I know the Occult Jesuits of Rome are a huge part of today’s Baal activity, and have spotted many of their infiltrators over the years. Is it possible that Matt Walsh, the right-wing conservative blogger adored by home-school and stay-at-home moms everywhere is really an infiltrator? One must wonder when they see that he is sporting a Pax Romana tattoo on his arm. That alone, however, is not sufficient evidence, because it’s possible that anyone could happen upon such a symbol and decide to have it added to their arm as a tattoo, although I do find it odd that a pro-homeschool, pro-stay-at-home mom blogger is sporting a tattoo and a bottle of Woodford Reserve alcohol on his blog.
However, we must be careful not to jump to conclusions. At the same time, while Matt is so far-right in his writings, he simultaneously supports the new far-left Jesuit Pope. Is this not odd? Take a look for yourself at the article at this link. Is this to say that Matt is a witch opened to demon possession due to his Pax Romana symbol or an infiltrator? No, but it does stimulate our thinking in new ways as we learn Occult symbols that may give us a hint that someone, who we would otherwise assume are far-right, conservative-friendly bloggers, may need some investigating before we accept what they say.
While assuming things about people is wrong, checking people out further can’t be harmful, and in so doing, it may reveal to us information like the fact that they appear to be supporters of the far left while appearing to be supporters of the far right. We must find a balance where we do not throw everyone under the bus, but neither do we assume everyone is who they say they are. We must be far more robust in our examinations of others. Matt is not the only one who appears dichotomous. Fox News broadcasters, and even RINOs are just a few more in the political realm who appear this way. In the religious realm, men like John Piper and Mark Driscoll also appear to be dichotomous in their writings. As the old Indian saying goes: “They talk with forked-tongue”. We cannot know if men are infiltrators for the most part, but we can be more curious, suspicious, and investigative before we accept leadership into conservative ranks, both politically and religiously.
We must maintain a balance between not jumping to conclusions about others and committing slander or libel, versus just accepting what people say with a naive, ignorant, blindly trusting attitude. We must research, analyze, test, and point out the hypocritical actions of those who wish to poison our organizations. We can point out their dichotomous writings, and their fraudulent presentation of themselves. Furthermore, I hope through articles such as this one that people like yourself will be more alert to the possibility that not everything is as it seems, and not everyone is who they represent themselves to be. If we accept everything we hear, including traditions or popular culture trends, without testing them, then we are naive and foolish. We must know our history, our Bible, and be willing to make changes in our lives or in our perspective as we find results that may be different from what we have always thought.
December 2nd, 2009 Interview with the Power Hour talk show (YouTube):
December 16th, 2009 Interview with the Power Hour talk show (YouTube):
David Meyer’s website which includes many of his messages including the following three:
A DVD entitled Witchcraft and Occultism in Church and State is also available from Last Trumpet Ministries for a donation (no set price). At the time that Pastor Meyer spoke with the Power Hour in December of 2009, he stated that he was sending out about 4,000 copies of that DVD alone each month per the requests of many inquiring minds. You can contact the son of Pastor Meyer, Samuel, who now maintains his father’s ministry for a DVD or for more information using the contact information found at this link.