"Those who dabble in “conspiracy theory” most likely know of Lindsey Williams, but for those who don’t; Lindsey Williams is an ordained Baptist minister of 28 years. He worked on the oil pipeline in Alaska as a chaplain. According to Minister Williams, after a few big-oil executives befriended him (for saving them money on counseling fees) he was welcomed into closed-door meetings with the elite of the world. He is certain that a select group of people control and drive the economy, society, and global affairs.
Supposedly, Pastor Williams received numerous threatening and enlightening phone calls from a cryptic Mr. X throughout the years. What the good Pastor learned sparked him to write a book, The Energy Non Crisis, and a voluminous collection of cds and DVDs warning of a scripted dystopia by these elite.
The information Pastor Williams received from Mr. X, unveiled recently as Mr. Ken Fromm of Atlantic Richfield for Alaska, was given for a plethora of reasons. The primary reason, per the Pastor’s interpretation, is due to a code of ethics shared by the cabal. Apparently, the need to alleviate guilt is fulfilled by publicizing their plan, and the public’s willingness to let it unfold.
Prior to Mr. Fromm’s death, Lindsey toured the radio waves and internet feeds warning of an oil price spike, a swift collapsing dollar, and a phrase coined by the elite the “Devil’s Messiah.”
As Lindsey describes it, the Devil’s Messiah is a program of deception; a trick against believers of an Apocalypse, which is being brought on by hyped news reports. Other clandestine actions are also meant to lead the faithful flock into a false hope of salvation.
What’s not clear is why, and to what end? Could simply projecting Armageddon’s image in the minds of the many be the catalyst that kick-starts a biblical revelations? I guess only time will tell."
THE DEVIL'S MESSIAN