A.J. Castellitto
Bold lies, idle minds and depraved times, Part 2
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By A.J. Castellitto
August 9, 2017

"I was training to become a psychopath, and I failed. I did not complete the training, and didn't become a psychopath. My conscience came back and the most difficult part for me was, because I had such a great status there, I was a success, I was trusted with the people playing at this level. To put it carefully, most of these people followed a not very mainstream religion. So you have Catholics, Protestants, all sorts of religions. These people, most of them, were Luciferians. And you can say "religion is a fairy tale, God doesn't exist, none of that is real." Well, for these people, it is truth and reality, and they served something immaterial, what they called Lucifer." – Dutch banker Ronald Bernard blows the whistle on world's satanic elite *

When you get to the heart of the matter everything begins to crystalize. The powers behind false flags, faux priorities and falsified conflicts are inadvertently revealing themselves and their origins are straight from the pit of hell. This knowledge is both sobering and enlightening. Only Jesus Christ can and will set things right.



The dark shadows prove the sunshine. Many prefer to remain decieved. I think I'll stay awake.

* http://investmentwatchblog.com/dutch-banker-ronald-bernard-blows-the-whistle-on-worlds-satanic-elite/

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A.J. Castellitto

A.J. Castellitto is a freelance writer who resides in NJ with his wife and five children. He holds a B.S. in Counseling and Human Services from the University of Scranton and his writings have been published at The Center for Western Journalism, The Christian Post, Intellectual Conservative and Reformed Perspective Magazine.

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