Skip to comments.The Repo man: get yourself back from the body snatchers!
Posted on 04/10/2012 7:22:12 AM PDT by fabian
He is the man who began self help talk radio over 50 years ago and is still on all over the nation trying to wake Americans out of their hypntotic states. I call him the repo man because he has the roadmap to reposessing our own bodies and minds, as our only problems in life and in our nation are that we have all become possessed by entities very similar to the ones in the movie " Invasion of the Body Snatchers". However, these creatures are very crafty and hate goodness, indeed they are the mischievious flipside of our good natures and must be cleaned out if we are to regain our national freedom again. Please tune into Roy Masters on one of the stations listed in the link! You will be so glad you did.
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Tune Roy in tonight! You will be happy you did...
What does ibtz mean?
“He is a self-described “Christian mystic” combining Eastern mysticism and Gnosticism with Christian jargon, yoga, hypnotism and self-help principles.
As with other Eastern-oriented cults, The Foundation of Human Understanding teaches that God is both personal and impersonal, advocating an almost pantheistic God.
In lieu of dependence on Jesus Christ for salvation, Masters teaches dependence on his meditation techniques. He teaches that mankind is inherently good, thus there is no need for salvation or a savior.”
No thanks, Jesus Christ is enough for me, I don’t need any smooth talking false shepherds.
“What does ibtz mean?”
You’ve been here since 1999 and haven’t seen a Zot thread?
I was thinking the same thing. Must have been in a trance or something.
I Believe Team Zimmerman, expressing solidarity with those who would defend George Zimmerman.
No thanks...every so often on XM they run some stupid sound bite of Masters...it’s creepy.
“What does ibtz mean?”
In Before The Zot
I listen to Roy, and what you said isn’t true.
Roy teaches the direct opposite of what you said: in fact he teaches that we are all in the thralls of sin, and we all need Jesus to save us. He says he, himself, was saved from sin by Jesus...he uses Jesus’ name explicitly. He has talked many times of the redemptive salvation of Jesus’ sacrifice.
The area in which I strongly disagree with Roy is Roy says Jesus is not God. I believe Jesus is God, the Son, creator of the universe, who existed before the universe, as the Bible preaches, “Before Moses was, I Am.”
Roy doesn’t believe that. Roy says Jesus was born sinless, because He was born to Mary with God as His father, and because He was crucified when He had no sin, He gives salvation to the human race, but Roy says Jesus wasn’t divine, wasn’t God. I strongly disagree with that belief.
Roy’s meditation does enable people to “snap out” of their swirling emotions and thoughts, and let their power over us fade.
I’ve sometimes wondered if Roy is a gnostic, the kind that Paul talked about. He seems to say that it’s not good to experience emotions, which I disagree with, and says that as we become closer to God that people and emotions and feelings become more and more distant, like we’re watching a movie on TV, from a distance, not really connected with any of it....I don’t agree with that.
I think one naturally has emotions and feelings, the important thing is to not let them control you.
Sounds a lot like Scientology.
Just commented that the guy’s description sounds quite similar to the thetans of Scientology.
Jesus expelled demons from several different persons. There is not a hint in the Gospel accounts that Jesus believed all, most or even a large percentage of people were so affected.
There’s not a hint of A LOT of things in the gospel accounts! We have to use our commonsense rather than a book to see by, you know?
How about just...zot.
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