Billy Graham – Part 1

I’ve heard that Graham is actually a 33 degree Mason. If so, that explains entirely why he would say such things. I’ve also heard he may be one of those who have suffered a split personality, which is how he can worship Lucifer on Saturday and preach Jesus on Sunday and neither personality is aware of the other. I don’t know for sure, of course. Either way, his words to Schuller are very telling and dissettling.


Billy Graham is widely honored as the greatest evangelist of the last 100 years. No individual has done more to spread the Gospel of salvation by God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone. The 97-year-old Graham is such an influential and reverenced figure that some Christians go so far as to predict his death will usher in either great spiritual revival or great judgement.

But my experience with Graham was quite different. I left Roman Catholicism and accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior in the early 1980s. What joy to have my sins forgiven and to walk in fellowship with the Lord! I had watched several of Graham’s crusades as a Catholic. Perhaps the televised crusades had softened my heart in my journey to the Lord, but I don’t recall them having made a personal impact. But as a new Christian, I was thrilled to be able to stand with such a…

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2 thoughts on “Billy Graham – Part 1

  1. By split personality you would mean Dissociative Personality Disorder (DID) which most always is a consequence of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) before the personality is formed.
    That would indeed explain things.

    Please note though, Marcia, it is essential we not malign anyone; please produce your sources regarding your suggestion that Graham is a high level Freemason. (In full disclosure, I have not watched your video, but read your last article on him.)


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