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Categories of Religions and Ideologies

In this study, all religions and ideologies have been placed under 3 basic categories:

1) Reductionist Relativists (Babylonian/Talmudist, Judaism, Islam, Buddism, esoteric sciences, atheists, etc.)

Features: World International Socialism, Globalization, racial integration, Babylonian rules/regs, control of all transportation, banking, communication, health, economics, military and governments, democratized masses, proletariat, labor, slavery, merge all races, centralize monetary and resources systems for control and reallocation, depopulation (reduce population to max. of 10 million), myth management, information control (education, media, ideology), world central financial and resource banking (through usury), promotion of the restructuring and elimination of nation states. Considered Opponents: American Constitution, Identity Chistianity

2) Judeo/Christianity (Catholic Protestant, Evangelical, nondenominational, mainstream churhes, etc.)

Features: Separation of Church and State within international socialist policies, globalization of world populations with Talmudist supervision, superior status given to people of Jewish/Talmudic background, belief that the "Jews" are 'the chosen ones' of the Bible, equality with other religions and ideologies, cult status, pluralism, diversity and integration, equalization of all other people and religions under the 'Judeo-Christian Ethic', ecumenicity and blending of all 'Christians' of the world, expect the coming of Messiah (Christian Jewish Moslem), evangelize the world (except the Talmudic peoples), expect the conversion of 'God's people - the Jews -- who, as priests and kings, will lead the world to salvation in heaven, establishment of Jerusalem in Palestine while awaiting the second coming of Christ, some awaiting rapture, receive guidance and consulatation of Talmudic/Masonic initiatives, promote the Judeo-Christian policy, promote racial integration, intermarriages as the superior choice, isolate those who propose alternative options. Considered Opponents: Protestants see Roman Catholicism as opposition, Identity Christians, 'anti-Semitism', those who oppose the State of Israel.

3) Identity Christianity

Features: Believe that the Christian Covenant People (Brith-am) are the re-gathered Israelites/Judahites (USA and GB), i.e., 'the chosen ones' of the Bible, and are the Bride of Christ that will rule and serve as the resurrected/changed kings and priests after the order of Melchisedec upon the return of Christ, dedicated to the original tenets of original Christian mission, participation in, representation and promotion of the Kingdom of God under Christ's authority and sovereignty, preparation of the Church for Christ's second coming, proclaim the Kingdom of God to all nations as a witness, respect for God's creation of and differences between the human races, each of which was created for specific role within God's plan and should not intermarry, representative republican government,Celtic common law, spiritual commandments, management and contractual covenant-based definitions for commandments, laws, statutes, rules, rituals, prodedures, etc., within the context of the Kingdom of God, salvation of all humanity, Babylon's self destruction, separatists, e.g. placed outside mainstream Christianity who moved toward the Judeo-Christian option, work as small churches around the world, network and communicate through literature, electronic media, internet, research mission camp meetings, etc. Considered opponents: Custodians of the Babylonian/Talmudic Contract, anti-Christ systems, all socialisms, Free-/Masonry, Illuminati.

This synopsis is based primarly on the work entitled, 21st Century Christianity by Dr. George G.