A Deacon / Knight from the Ecumenical Order of Christ which is associated with the Internet ‘messiah’ Lord RayEL, ra-el threatened David Johnson with a Demon named Makuta to apparently ‘mess him up’.
This is another strategy from the lunatics associated with Lord RayEL. We had heard of these type of antics before so we were not shocked, more amused as it further highlights their stupidity. David Johnson of Facebook Group Lord RayEl Exposed took on the challenge to prove that the Church associated with this internet fake prophet is indeed FAKE and we were not disappointed with the outcome.
Questions asked that riled the Deacon / Knight.
- Why has RayEL been removed from the Sanctuary Website?
- Why has the Sanctuary Interfaith clergy dropped their Ecumenical titles and adopted the term as Ministers on their website but not carried this through on Social Media?
- Why has the Ecumenical Order of Christ been removed off the Ra-El.org website as affiliates?
- Why is it that all the clergy who are posting online on Facebook using titles as Prime Cleric when they are ministers?
For the many followers of this blog, you may recall that we have asked these questions before, without any answers or explanations.
Shortly after some banter. A ‘Demon’ was sent to David Johnson (pictured below). Jason Henderson went on to say ‘that he had a Makutu to conjure up and for David to enjoy the rest of his day as timing was crucial’ and then sent him a Wikipedia explanation of what a Makutu was.
There is no religion higher than truth and what this blog represents is that The Ecumenical Order of Christ and Lord RayEL’s minions are devoid of both.
The Internet is a breeding place for fools, this one is no exception. Attempting to summon nefarious forces highlights the instable mentality of the people who are in this Cult.
You can see the sudden change in Jason Henderson’s attitude, either:-
A) He didn’t have a clue what David Johnson was talking about and was caught off guard.
b) He is part of the online charade.
He certainly tied himself up in knots and could not answer whether he was a Knight, Deacon or a Minister? We wonder whether he had to pay for the title of ‘Knight’ like another disgruntled ‘Knight’. Yes, a Knight of Ecumenical Order of Christ had to pay $15 for his title (he also stated the more he paid the higher he would get) He stated that this was paid via a Paypal account to Matt Staeder, another so call ‘ Facebook Archbishop but a Minister on the Sanctuary Interfaith website.
Lord RayEL Exposed, 2016