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1/17/2014 4:17 am  #1

foil on their windows

the Church of Wells has foil on some of their windows. why is that. why would they need fiol on their widows? has any one els noteiced this? 


1/17/2014 9:23 am  #2

Re: foil on their windows

Where are they meeting now?


1/19/2014 2:59 pm  #3

Re: foil on their windows

What? You didn't know about the recent changes? This is big. Like EPIC BIG.

In recent CoW developments, they have decided to abandon their Scottish Reformation habits and cultural preferences. We have graduated from the 1600's all the way to 1898.

They are turning in their plaid for tin-foil. Oh yes...

That's right folks. Forget Spurgeon, forget Wesley, forget Bunyan. In fact, toss all those old guys out! Now, CoW is turning to a new "father of the faith," H. G. Wells, and his text, The War of the Worlds.


CoW seems to have taken their "war against the American church" to a new level. They skipped right over the global church and its sin and has decided to go after the Interplanetary Church. I guess they took that page from Joseph Smith and The Book of Mormon. CoW got jealous that Mormons get their own planet...

The Earth's creation, according to Mormon scripture, was not ex nihilo, but organized from existing matter. The faith teaches that this earth is just one of many inhabited worlds, and that there are many governing heavenly bodies, including a planet or star Kolob which is said to be nearest the throne of God. According to the King Follett discourse, God the Father himself once passed through mortality like Jesus did, but how, when, or where that took place is unclear. The prevailing view among Mormons is that God once lived on a planet with his own higher god.[4][5]

So, why the tin foil? Well, if we are going to fight the war-against-intergalactic-sin, we also need a strong defense. We need to protect the mothership. 

The concept of a tin foil hat for protection against interference of the mind was mentioned in a science fiction short story by Julian Huxley, "The Tissue-Culture King", first published in 1927, in which the protagonist discovers that "caps of metal foil" can block the effects of telepathy.[1] Over time the term has been associated with paranoia and conspiracy theories.[2] They are worn by believers to prevent mind control by governments, spies, or paranormal beings, employing ESP or technologies such asmicrowave radiation.

So, if a tin-foil hat can protect the brain, than tin-foil around the entire house can protect its inhabitants!  What is below is an actual picture I of what is going on behind the scenes in Wells.

I was able to sneak inside and get a shot of the interior...

I think this is the "Elder's Chamber." 

It's all starting to make sense now.. The fake companies. The jail. The fast marriages and kiddie-boom. The unknown money flow. The secrecy. Buying and selling property. The backpacks.

When they say they "are not of this world" and they "can't be friends with the world," THEY REALLY MEAN IT!!!!

This is no longer a local-church movement; it's an intergalactic mission. 

This just got real folks. 



1/19/2014 3:59 pm  #4

Re: foil on their windows

OMG! How did I fail to see it?!

When aliens invade the Earth, who will rise up to save humankind and reclaim our planet? That's what the young adults thing is!

Nostradamus UNPLUGGED!


1/19/2014 4:29 pm  #5

Re: foil on their windows

HAHAHAHAHA!! I needed a good belly laugh today!


1/19/2014 7:17 pm  #6

Re: foil on their windows

Holy cow (no pun).  It was right there in front of us all along.


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