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INSPIRED PROPHET OR MEDIUM? 

WHY DID ELLEN WHITE FREQUENTLY USE FREEMASONIC AND OCCULT TERMS? 

Freemasons and occultists do at times use Bible terms, texts and expressions. But the Bible does not 
use Masonic and occult terminology neither would a prophet of God. Why is it then that Ellen 
White, the prophet of the Seventh Day Adventist church whose writings are supposedly inspired by 
God uses terms that you cannot find in the Bible but are used freely in both Freemasonry and the 
occult? 

The following quotations with their highlighted terms show Ellen White's conscious or unconscious 
connection with Freemasonry. William Miller who had been a Baptist was also a Freemason and 
that of the highest degree. There is no evidence that he ever saw any conflict between his Christian 
belief and his being a Freemason on the contrary. William Miller had been the instigator of the 
Millerite Movement which believed and declared that Jesus would come back in 1844. It was 
around the time of the Millerite movement that Freemasonry practically went underground because 
of antimasonic warfare. From the evidences that are now coining to light it appears that Masonic 
and occult ideas resurfaced clothed as an angel of light after the 1844 disappointment. Both the 
Jehovah's Witnesses and the Seventh Day Adventists appear to have Masonic roots. From the 
quotations found below it becomes clear that Mrs White and her husband James and others 
continued the work that William Miller had commenced. That there is a very definite connection is 
not only found in Mrs White's writings and other Adventist Writings but can also be seen by the 
obelisk placed on the White burial plot and which had been placed there in Ellen White's lifetime 
and with her knowledge. 



MRS WHITE AND THE HOLY WATCHER 

Ellen G. White: "The holy Watcher from heaven is present at this season (communion service) to 
make it one of soul searching, of conviction of sin, and of the blessed assurance of sins forgiven. 
Christ in the fullness of His grace is there to change the current of the thoughts that have been 
running in selfish channels. The Holy Spirit quickens the sensibilities of those who follow the 
example of their Tord. " - Desire of Ages, page 650. 

Ellen G. White: "Every nation that has come upon the stage of action has been permitted to 
occupy its place on the earth, that it might be seen whether it would fulfil the purpose of "the 
Watcher and the Holy One. " Prophecy has traced the rise and fall of the world's great empires- 
Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, and Rome. With each of these, as with nations of less power, history 
repeated itself. Each had its period of test, each failed, its glory faded, its power departed, and its 
place was occupied by another. " - {Ed 176.4} 

Ellen G. White: "That same Holy Watcher who says, "I know Abraham, " knew Cornelius also, and 
sent His angel with a message to the man who had received and improved all the light God had 
given him. The angel said, "Thy prayers and thine alms are come up for a memorial before God. 
And now send men to Joppa, and call for one Simon, whose surname is Peter. " Then the specific 
directions are given, "He lodgeth with one Simon a tanner, whose house is by the sea side: he shall 
tell thee what thou oughtest to do"" - (Acts 10:4-6). {2SM 217.1} 

Ellen G. White: "Though Cornelius believed the prophecies and was looking for the Messiah to 
come, he had not a knowledge of the gospel as revealed in the life and death of Christ. He was not a 
member of the Jewish church and would have been looked upon by the rabbis as a heathen and 
unclean. But the same Holy Watcher who said of Abraham, "I know him, " knew Cornelius also, and 



sent a message direct from heaven to him. " - The Acts of the Apostles (1911), page 133, 
paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "Why should we not expect the Holy Watcher to come into our schools? Our 
youth are there to receive an education, to acquire a knowledge of the only true God. They are there 
to learn how to present Christ as a sin-pardoning Saviour. They are there to gather up precious rays 
of light, that they may diffuse light again. They are there to show forth the loving-kindness of the 
Lord, to speak of His glory, to sound forth the praises of Him who has called us out of darkness into 
His marvelous light... " - Counsels to Parents, Teachers, and Students (1913), page 370, 
paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "The Holy Watcher from heaven is present at this season to make it one of soul 
searching, of conviction of sin, and of the blessed assurance of sins forgiven. Christ in the fullness 
of His grace is there to change the current of the thoughts that have been running in selfish 
channels. The Holy Spirit quickens the sensibilities of those who follow the example of their Lord. " 
- Mind, Character, and Personality Volume 1 (1977), page 277, paragraph 2, Chapter Title: 
Selfishness and Self-centeredness. " - That I May Know Him (1964), page 234, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "In every place, at every hour in the day, there is a holy Watcher who balances 
every account, whose eye takes in the whole situation, whether it is one of fidelity or one of 
disloyalty and deception. " - That I May Know Him (1964), page 234, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "The same Holy Watcher who said of Abraham, "I know him, " knew Cornelius 
also, and sent a message direct from heaven to him. "— AA 133. - The Truth About Angels (1996), 
page 230, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "The holy Watcher from heaven is present at this season to make it one of soul 
searching, of conviction of sin, and of the blessed assurance of sins forgiven. Christ in the fullness 
of His grace is there to change the current of the thoughts that have been running in selfish 
channels. " - Counsels for the Church (1991), page 300, paragraph 5, Chapter Title: Chapter 
53 - The Lord's Supper. 

Ellen G. White: "Scenes of Familiarity and Adultery.— While in Europe the things that transpired 

in were opened before me. A voice said, "Follow me, and I will show you the sins that are 

practiced by those who stand in responsible positions. " I went through the rooms, and I saw you, a 
watchman upon the walls of Zion, were very intimate with another man's wife, betraying sacred 
trusts, crucifying your Lord afresh. Did you consider that there was a Watcher, the Holy One, who 
was witnessing your evil work, seeing your actions and hearing your words, and these are also 
registered in the books of heaven? " - Selected Messages Book 3 (1980), page 44, paragraph 2, 
Chapter Title: Glimpses of How the Light Came to Ellen White. 

Ellen G. White: "The things that transpired in . . . [the sanitarium] were opened before me. A 
voice said, 'Follow me, and I will show you the sins that are practiced by those who stand in 
responsible positions. " I went through the rooms, and I saw you, a watchman upon the walls of 
Zion, were very intimate with another man's wife, betraying sacred trusts, crucifying your Lord 
afresh. Did you consider that there was a Watcher, the Holy One, who was witnessing your evil 
work, seeing your actions and hearing your words, and these are also registered in the books of 
heaven?" - 8MR 315-317. The Truth About Angels (1996), page 256, paragraph 1, Chapter 
Title: 19: Angels in Ellen White's Experience. 



Ellen G. White: "Though Cornelius believed the prophecies and was looking for the Messiah to 
come, he had not a Icnowledge of the gospel as revealed in the life and death of Christ. He was not a 
member of the Jewish church and would have been looked upon by the rabbis as a heathen and 
unclean. But the same Holy Watcher who said of Abraham, "I know him, " knew Cornelius also, and 
sent a message direct from heaven to him. " (Ellen G. White Estate, The Acts of the Apostles 
(1911), page 133, paragraph 2, Chapter Title: A Seeker for Truth) 

Ellen G. White: "Why should we not expect the Holy Watcher to come into our schools? Our 
youth are there to receive an education, to acquire a knowledge of the only true God. They are there 
to learn how to present Christ as a sin-pardoning Saviour. They are there to gather up precious rays 
of light, that they may diffuse light again. They are there to show forth the loving-kindness of the 
Lord, to speak of His glory, to sound forth the praises of Him who has called us out of darkness into 
His marvelous light... " - Ellen G. White Estate, Counsels to Parents, Teachers, and Students 
(1913), page 370, paragraph 2, Chapter Title: Manifest Working of the Holy Spirit. 

Ellen G. White: "To all who receive him, Christ is an inexhaustible treasure-house of supply for 
all spiritual necessities. Then let us take in all the blessedness of the provision made, that when we 
shall engage in the ordinance of feet-washing, we may take in all its significance. The Holy 
Watcher is present from heaven to make this season one of soul-searching, one of conviction of sin, 
and of the blessed assurance of sins forgiven. "Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace 
with God through our Lord Jesus Christ: by whom also we have access by faith into this grace, 
wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. " They have the blessed assurance, "Lo, L 
am with you alway even unto the end of the world." - The Review and Herald, June 28, 1898, 
paragraph 12, Article Title: The Lord's Supper and the Ordinanceof Feet-Washing.~No. 5.- 
Mrs. E. G. White. 

Ellen G. White: "While in Europe the things that transpired in . . . [the sanitarium] were opened 
before me. A voice said, "Follow me, and I will show you the sins that are practiced by those who 
stand in responsible positions. " I went through the rooms, and I saw you, a watchman upon the 
walls ofZion, were very intimate with another man's wife, betraying sacred trusts, crucifying your 
Lord afresh. Did you consider that there was a Watcher, the Holy One, who was witnessing your 
evil work, seeing your actions and hearing your words, and these are also registered in the books of 
heaven?" - Manuscript Releases Volume Eight [Nos. 526-663] (1990), page 316, paragraph 3, 
Chapter Title: MR No. 612 - Personal Testimony to a Worker in a Responsible Position. 

Comment: These words "Holy Watcher" can be found only once in the Bible, in Daniel chapter 4. 
They are not found together but are used in the following way: "watcher and holy one". The 
meaning of this word "watcher" is messenger of God, one who is a sentinel to guard and to watch. 
The Hebrew Lexicon says that it means: waking, watchful, wakeful one, watcher, angel. The words 
"holy one" are basically repeating that this "watcher" is an angel. When something has been 
repeated twice we can be certain that it is so. 

Ellen White however uses this term for a member of the Godhead therefore bringing God down to a 
level of an angel. But is she really speaking about a member of the Godhead? Who is she actually 
speaking about? 

http://www.demonbuster.com/watchers.html 

WATCHERS is a term used by the occult, whether it be witches, satanists, or whatever. It is 
usually a picture or similar object that has one or more eyes on it. It is stuck or hung some place to 
act as a spy. For instance, someone hangs it on your house, or your church, or your office, or on a 



comer. Look at it like a hidden camera and microphone. The person comes back later to the 
WATCHER, and the demon in it tells the person all that it SAW and heard. 

Charles Vail, a mason, writes The eye is the symbol of higher clairvoyance and the Master Mason 
always possessed this sight. It was always placed in all Egyptian Temples and represents the 
ancient never sleeping eye of God', Masonic author J D Buck writes 'about the all seeing eye that 
a real Master (of the Lodge) has the eye of Siva, active in him, the vibrations of his brain 
correspond to the synthesis of light and sound '. 

One former witch and another Freemason comments To 'open ' the eye a little bit is to experience 
psychic powers, To open the eye completely is to flood yourself with the pure consciousness of 
Lucifer himself. (The eye is opened by the rituals of Freemasonry). " 



MRS WHITE AND THE ALL-SEEING EYE 

Ellen G. White: "There is need of each one in every school and in every institution, being, as was 
Daniel, in such close connection with the Source of all wisdom, that his prayers will enable him to 
reach the highest standard of his duties in every line, that he may be able to fulfill his scholastic 
requirements not only under able teachers, but also under the supervision of heavenly intelligences, 
knowing that the All-seeing, the Ever-sleepless Eye was upon him. "Special Testimonies on 
Education, " October, 1893. {FE 230.2} 

Ellen G. White: "Many shepherds of the flock, who professed to love Jesus, said that they had no 
opposition to the preaching of Christ's coming, but they objected to the definite time. God's all- 
seeing eye read their hearts. They did not love Jesus near. They knew that their unchristian lives 
would not stand the test, for they were not walking in the humble path marked out by Him. These 
false shepherds stood in the way of the work of God. The truth spoken in its convincing power 
aroused the people, and like the jailer, they began to inquire, "What must I do to be saved?" But 
these shepherds stepped in between the truth and the people, and preached smooth things to lead 
them from the truth. They united with Satan and his angels, crying, "Peace, peace, " when there was 
no peace. Those who loved their ease and were content with their distance from God would not be 
aroused from their carnal security. I saw that angels of God marked it all; the garments of those 
unconsecrated shepherds were covered with the blood of souls. " {EW 233.2} 

Ellen G. White: "God's all-seeing eye notes the defects of all and the ruling passion of each, yet 
He bears with our mistakes and pities our weakness. He bids His people cherish the same spirit of 
tenderness and forbearance. True Christians will not exult in exposing the faults and deficiencies of 
others. They will turn away from vileness and deformity, to fix the mind upon that which is 
attractive and lovely. To the Christian every act of faultfinding, every word of censure or 
condemnation, is painful. " - 5T 94-96255, Counsels for the Church (1991), page 177, paragraph 
2. 

Ellen G. White: "God's all-seeing eye notes the defects of all and the ruling passion of each, yet 
He bears with our mistakes and pities our wealcness. He bids His people cherish the same spirit of 
tenderness and forbearance. True Christians will not exult in exposing the faults and deficiencies of 
others. They will . . . fix the mind upon that which is attractive and lovely. To the Christian every act 
of faultfinding, every word of censure or condemnation, is painful... " - Lift Him Up (1988), page 
287, paragraph 2. 



Ellen G. White: "In the last great day decisions will be made that will be a surprise to many. 
Human judgment will have no place in the decisions then made. Christ can and will judge every 
case; for all judgment has been committed to Him by the Father. He will estimate service by that 
which is invisible to men. The most secret things lie open to His all-seeing eye. When the Judge of 
all men shall make His investigation, many of those whom human estimation has placed first will be 
placed last, and those who have been put in the lowest place by men will be taken out of the ranks 
and made first. " - R.H., July 31, 1900. Medical Ministry (1932), page 133, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "Satan is gratified to have the attention of youth attracted by anything to divert 
their minds from God.... They are not aware that the heavenly Artist is taking cognizance of every 
act, every word, ... and that even the thoughts and intents of the heart stand faithfully delineated. . . 
. Those vain, frivolous words are all written in the book. Those false words are written. Those 
deceptive acts, with the motives concealed from human eyes, but discerned by the all-seeing eye of 
Jehovah, are all written in living characters. Every selfish act is exposed. The young generally 
conduct themselves as though the precious hours of probation, while mercy lingers, were one grand 
holiday, and that they are placed in this world simply for their own amusement. " - Our High 
Calling (1961), page 283, paragraph 3. 

Ellen G. White: "Man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart"— the 
human heart, with its conflicting emotions of joy and sorrow; the wandering, wayward heart, which 
is the abode of so much impurity and deceit. 1 Samuel 16:7. He knows its motives, its very intents 
and purposes. Go to Him with your soul all stained as it is. Like the psalmist, throw its chambers 
open to the all-seeing eye, exclaiming, "Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know 
my thoughts: and see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting. " Psalm 
139:23, 24. - Steps to Christ (1892, 1893), page 34/35, paragraph 3. 

Ellen G. White: "There was a beautiful pink flower in the garden called the rose of Sharon. I 
remember approaching it and touching the delicate petals reverently; they seemed to possess a 
sacredness in my eyes. My heart overflowed with tenderness and love for these beautiful creations 
of God. I could see divine perfection in the flowers that adorned the earth. God tended them, and 
His all-seeing eye was upon them. He had made them and called them good. " - Testimonies For 
The Church Volume One (1855-1868), page 19, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "I saw that before the work of God can make any decided progress, the ministers 
must be converted. When converted they will place less estimate upon wages and far more value 
upon the important, sacred, solemn work which they have accepted at the hand of God to perform, 
and which He requires them to do faithfully and well, as those who must render to Him a strict 
account. A faithful record of all their works is daily made by the recording angels. All their acts, 
and even the intents and purposes of the heart, stand faithfully revealed. Nothing is hid from the all- 
seeing eye of Him with whom we have to do. Those who have thrown all their energies into the 
cause of God, and who have ventured out and invested something, will feel that the work of God is 
apart of them, and will not labor merely for wages. They will not be eyeservants and seek to please 
themselves, but will consecrate themselves and all their interests to this solemn work. " - 
Testimonies For The Church Volume One (1855-1868), page 468, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "God's all-seeing eye notes the defects of all and the ruling". - Testimonies for 
the Church Volume Five (1882-1889), page 95, paragraph 3. 

Ellen G. White: "When the individual members of the church shall act as true followers of the 
meek and lowly Saviour, there will be less covering up and excusing of sin. All will strive to act as if 
in God's presence. They will realize that His all-seeing eye is ever upon them and that the most 



secret thought is known to Him. The character, the motives, the desires and purposes, are as clear 
as the light of the sun to the eye of the Omnipotent. But few bear this in mind. The larger class by 
far do not realize what a fearful account must be rendered at the bar of God by all the 
transgressors of His law. " - Testimonies for the Church Volume Five (1882-1889), page 147, 
paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "What a change would be seen if all who are in responsible positions would 
realize that they are working under the eye of an all-seeing God. What is needed now is the free 
working of the Holy Spirit on mind and heart. Without this our efforts will be fruitless. When the 
Spirit molds and fashions us, our words and acts will reveal heartfelt thanksgiving. " - Testimonies 
for the Church Volume Eight (1904), page 168, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "God's All-Seeing Eye. If we were to cherish an habitual impression that God 
sees and hears all that we do and say and keeps a faithful record of our words and actions, and that 
we must meet it all, we would fear to sin. Let the young ever remember that wherever they are, and 
whatever they do, they are in the presence of God. No part of our conduct escapes observation. We 
cannot hide our ways from the Most High. " - Testimonies on Sexual Behavior, Adultery, and 
Divorce (1989), page 101, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "God would lead you through affliction and trials that you might have more 
perfect trust and confidence in Him and that you might think less of your own judgment. You can 
bear adversity better than prosperity. The all-seeing eye of Jehovah detected in you much dross 
that you considered gold and too valuable to throw away. The enemy's power over you had at times 
been direct and very strong... " - This Day With God (1979), page 306, paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "In the last great day decisions will be made that will be a surprise to many. 
Human judgment will have no place in the decisions then made. Christ can and will judge every 
case; for all judgment has been committed to him by the Father. He will estimate service by that 
which is invisible to men. The most secret things lie open to his all-seeing eye. When the Judge of 
all men shall make his investigation, many of those whom human estimation has placed first will be 
placed last, and those who have been put in the lowest place by men will be taken out of the ranks 
and made first. " - The Review and Herald, July 31, 1900, paragraph 14 

Ellen G. White: ''Let us ever bear in mind that our work is to be one of advancement. We are to 
follow on to know the Lord. God understands the actuating principle of every mind. He has 
witnessed the persistent, rebellious course of some whom he has warned and counseled. His all- 
seeing eye has noted the determined following of human devisings. "The ways of man are before the 
eyes of the Lord. "He "knoweth the thoughts. " "The eyes of the Lord are in every place, beholding 
the evil and the good. " "He looketh to the ends of the earth, and seeth under the whole heaven. " 
"The Lord searcheth all hearts." — The Review and Herald, January 11, 1912, paragraph 17 

Ellen G. White: "We repeat what has been so often said before, that among the people of God 
today are dangers similar to those that well-nigh destroyed Israel. The command, "Thou shalt have 
no other gods before me, " was spoken from Sinai for every soul that should live upon the earth. We 
can no more free ourselves from the claims of God's law than we can hide from his all-seeing eye. 
Its precepts reached every case, and its claims rest upon all the children of men to the close of 
time. " - The Signs of the Times , August 11, 1881, paragraph 11 

Ellen G. White: "Many have their hearts filled with the love of self. They are not aware that the 
great heavenly Artist is taking cognizance of every act, every word; that their deportment, and even 
the thoughts and intents of the heart, stand faithfully delineated; and that old and young will have 



the faithful picture presented to them in all its deformity at the execution of the judgment. Those 
vain, frivolous words are all written in the hook. Those false words are written. Those deceptive 
acts, whose motives were concealed from human eyes, but discerned by the all-seeing eye of 
Jehovah, are all written in living characters. Every selfish act will be exposed. " - The Signs of 
the Times , May 1, 1884, paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "In the last great day decisions will be made that will be a surprise to many. 
Human judgment will have no place in the decisions then made. Christ can and will judge every 
case; for all judgment has been committed to Him by the Father. He will estimate service by that 
which is invisible to men. The most secret things lie open to His all-seeing eye. When the Judge of 
all men shall make His investigation, many of those whom human estimation has placed first will be 
placed last, and those who have been put in the lowest place by men will be taken out of the ranks 
and made first. R. In the last great day decisions will be made that will be a surprise to many. 
Human judgment will have no place in the decisions then made. Christ can and will judge every 
case; for all judgment has been committed to Him by the Father. He will estimate service by that 
which is invisible to men. The most secret things lie open to His all-seeing eye. When the Judge of 
all men shall make His investigation, many of those whom human estimation has placed first will be 
placed last, and those who have been put in the lowest place by men will be taken out of the ranks 
and made first. R. & H July 31, 1900. H. July 31, 1900. " - An Appeal for Self-supporting 
Laborers to Enter Unworked Fields (1933), page 43, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "God's all-seeing eye notes the defects of all, and the ruling passion of each; yet 
he bears with our mistakes, and pities our weakness. He bids his people cherish the same spirit of 
tenderness and forbearance. True Christians will not exult in exposing the faults and deficiencies of 
others. They will turn away from vileness and deformity, to fix the mind upon that which is 
attractive and lovely. To the Christian every act of fault-finding, every word of censure or 
condemnation, is painful. " - Testimony for the Battle Creek Church (1882), page 81, 
paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "Ever seek to exert a good influence, that God may approve of your works. 
Remember you are forming a character for heaven or for destruction. Oh, that you may form a 
good Christian character! You are daily stamping a record of your life by your course of action 
here. Let all your acts be such that you would not be ashamed to meet them in the judgment. God's 
eye never slumbers or sleeps. This all-seeing eye is ever upon you. " - Manuscript Releases 
Volume Three [Nos. 162-209] (1990), page 52, paragraph 1 

Comment: Mrs White uses this term "ALL-SEEING EYE" 55 times. We have only shown two 
quotations here. This term cannot be found in the Bible. Only once do we find the single eye in 
connection with God but all the other times it is used in the plural, eyes. (A little sidetrack here: 
Note that these shepherds of the flock Ellen White condemned were in actual fact right, for the very 
same parable of the five wise and five foolish virgins which the Adventists used for the time setting 
of 1844 says: Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man 
cometh. Matthew 25:13). 

http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NWO/AH_Seeing_Eye.htm 

If you live in the United States of America, then from the time you become conscious of money, the 
Great Seal becomes a part of your psyche - whether you realize it or not. Moreover, since U.S. 
dollars are, in effect, standard international currency, this Great Seal infiltrates the minds of men the 
world over - both free and bond. The centerpiece of this mandala is the All-Seeing Eye - an 
important symbol within freemasonry and rosicrucian traditions for hundreds of years. So it is 



not surprising to find pride among occultists who understand the significance of this emblem: "Our 
beautiful seal is an expression of Freemasonry, an expression of occult ideas." (Wyckoff, H. S. 
The Great American Seal. The Mystic Light, the Rosi crucian Magazine, p. 56) 1 
Comment: The all-seeing eye and the sleepless one and the Holy Watcher are all derived from 
freemasonry and the occult! ! ! ! 



MRS WHITE AND THE GREAT ARCHITECT, THE DIVINE ARCHITECT OR THE 

ANGELIC ARCHITECT 

Here is another quote from the same conspiracy archive: 

"Roosevelt as he looked at the colored reproduction of the Seal was first struck with the 
representation of the All-Seeing Eye,' a Masonic representation of Great Architect the Universe. 
Next he was impressed with the idea that the foundation for the new order of the ages had been laid 
in 1776 (May 1st, 1776, founding of the Illuminati) but would be completed only under the eye of 
the Great Architect. Roosevelt like myself was a 32nd degree Mason. He suggested that the Seal 
be put on the dollar bill rather that a coin." 

Ellen G. White: "The great Architect has formed and fashioned the scenes of nature that they may 
have an important bearing upon man's intellectual and moral character. These are to be God's 
school to educate the mind and morals. Here the mind may have a vast field for study in the display 
of the majestic works of the Infinite One. The rocks are among the precious things of earth, 
containing treasures of wisdom and laiow ledge. In the rocks and mountains are registered the fact 
that God did destroy the wicked from off the earth by a flood. " {OHC 252.2} 

Ellen G. White: "God, the great Architect, has built these lofty mountains, and their influence 
upon climate is a blessing to our world. They draw from the clouds enriching moisture. Mountain 
chains are God's great reservoirs, to supply the ocean with its water. These are the sources of the 
springs, rills, and brooks, as well as the rivers. They receive, in the form of rain and snow, the 
vapors with which the atmosphere is charged, and communicate them to the parched plains below." 
{OHC 253.4} 

Ellen G. White: "The great Architect has formed and fashioned the scenes of nature that they may 
have an important bearing upon man's intellectual and moral character. These are to be God's 
school to educate the mind and morals. Here the mind may have a vast field for study in the display 
of the majestic works of the Infinite One. The rocks are among the precious things of earth, 
containing treasures of wisdom and knowledge. In the rocks and mountains are registered the fact 
that God did destroy the wicked from off the earth by a flood. " — Our High Calling (1961), page 
252, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "God, the great Architect, has built these lofty mountains, and their influence 
upon climate is a blessing to our world. They draw from the clouds enriching moisture. Mountain 
chains are God's great reservoirs, to supply the ocean with its water. These are the sources of the 
springs, rills, and brooks, as well as the rivers. They receive, in the form of rain and snow, the 
vapors with which the atmosphere is charged, and communicate them to the parched plains below. " 
- Our High Calling (1961), page 253, paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "Christ's church on earth is to resemble heaven, a temple built after the pattern of 
things shown in the holy mount. Man must give up his ideas, his plans, and devices, and let God 
work out His original intentions. The great Designer must not be impeded in His work by human 
wisdom. His work and purpose have not been understood. Through the miscalculations of man, the 



church today is so misshapen that it can not be accepted by the great Builder. Human counsel has 
been so abundant, that individual experience is rare. Men are placed where God should be. God's 
plans are turned aside, and men 's measures brought in to fashion and mould. But the great and 
perfect Designer pronounces the work imperfect. The temple that He is building after the pattern of 
things in the heavens must have the exact proportions assigned it by the Architect, whose pattern is 
without a flaw. He has brought the golden measuring rod from heaven, and every worker is 
employed only as he works under His superintendence, and according to His plans. " - Lake 
Union Herald, December 23, 1908, paragraph 2, Article Title: Extract from an Unpublished 
Testimony Written March 13, 1897 (Concluded) 

Ellen G. White: "God desires every human being in our world to be a worker together with him. 
This is the lesson we are to learn from all useful employment, making homes in the forest, felling 
trees to build houses, clearing land for cultivation. God has provided the wood and the land, and to 
man he has given the work of putting them in such shape that they will be a blessing. In this work 
man is wholly dependent upon God. The fitting of the ships that cross the broad ocean is not alone 
due to the talent and ingenuity of the human agent. God is the great Architect. Without his co- 
operation, without the aid of the higher intelligences, how worthless would be the plans of men. 
God must aid, else every device is worthless. " - The Review and Herald, May 28, 1908, 
paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "When our Creator formed the world to be a habitation for man, its arrangements 
were prepared by the God of wisdom to help the mental as well as the physical wants of man. The 
great Architect has formed and fashioned the scenes of nature that they may have an important 
bearing upon man 's intellectual and moral character. These are to be God's school to educate the 
mind and morals. Here the mind may have a vast field for study in the display of the majestic works 
of the Infinite One." - Manuscript Releases Volume Three [Nos. 162-209] (1990), page 216, 
paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "Day by day the human structure performs its work under the great Master 
Architect, who superintends every function of the body, seeking to make it into a glorious temple 
for Himself-Letter 17, 1895." - Manuscript Releases Volume Three [Nos. 162-209] (1990), 
page 308, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "Day by day the human structure performs its work under the great Master 
Architect, who superintends every function of the body, seeking to make it into a glorious temple 
for Himself. . . . When God works so wondrously man the human agent, should become intelligent 
in regard to the machinery of his body, that this temple of God shall not be misused. " - Letter 17, 
1895. - Manuscript Releases Volume Three [Nos. 162-209] (1990), page 350/351, paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "The fitting of the ships that cross the broad ocean is not alone due to the talent 
and ingenuity of the human agent. God is the great Architect. Without His co-operation, without 
the aid of the higher intelligences, how worthless would be the plans of men! God must aid, else 
every device is worthless. " — Notebook Leaflets from the Elmshaven Library Vol. 1 (1945), 
page 89, paragraph 8 

Ellen G. White: "Laborers together with God. " How few understand the full meaning of the 
words! We can not work by ourselves. God works, and we work. Let us study the words of 
Inspiration. "Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God which worketh in 
you both to will and to do of his good pleasure. " "Ye are God's husbandry, ye are God's building. " 
The great Architect wants to form us into a holy temple for himself. Only those who are partakers 
of the divine nature can understand this. Those who walk even as Christ walked, who are patient, 



gentle, kind, meek, and lowly in heart, those who yoke up with Christ and lift his burdens, who 
yearn for souls as he yearned for them— these will enter into the joy of their Lord. They will see with 
Christ the travail of his soul, and be satisfied. Heaven will triumph, for the vacancies made in 
heaven by the fall of Satan and his angels will be filled by the redeemed of the Lord. " - The 
Review and Herald, May 29, 1900, paragraph 12 

Ellen G. White: "The great God has reared His mighty structures in the granite rocks, in the 
towering mountains, in clefts, in the gulches, in the gorges, and in the castle rocks, and in the caves 
of the earth. And with these surroundings— the work of God's power— how thankless the heart who 
needs images of man to worship. The heathen who worship nature, the works of the divine hand, 
are idolaters. But does not their worship strike the senses as more sensible than the worship of 
images bearing the mold and impress of finite man? Everything about us teaches us from day to day 
lessons of our Father's love and of His power, of His laws to govern nature, and that lie at the 
foundation of all government in heaven and in earth. These rich tokens of God's matchless power, if 
they will not call the mind to the Creator of heaven and earth, if they will not awaken gratitude in 
these dull and thankless hearts, will images and shrines of dead men do this? We look upon nature. 
We see the fields clothed with carpets of living green. We see the variety of His works. In this house 
God has builded for man, every part of this house, diverse it may be from another, but we trace in 
unmistakable tokens the handiwork of the great Architect. There is beauty in the valleys, awful 
grandeur in the solemn masses of cleft rocks, majesty in the towering mountains that look as if they 
touched the heavens. There is the lofty tree with its delicately formed leaves, the spires of grass, the 
opening bud and blooming flowers, the forest trees, and everything points the mind to the great and 
living God." Ms 62. 1886. pp. 28, 29. ("Second Visit to Italy," April 15-29, 1886.) White Estate 
Washington, D.C. January 26, 1955 Manuscript Releases Volume One [Nos. 19-96] (1981), 
page 309, paragraph 5, page 310, paragraph 1. 

Comment: Guess who also uses the words: The great architect on a few occasions and always in 
connection with nature, another expression not found in the Bible? 

http://www.freemason.org/cfo/jan_feb_2002/poets.htm 

For it was in countless monasteries that the first depiction of the Deity were penned by anonymous 
monks who imagined God - and drew God - as a literal architect, standing amid the heavens and 
the earth wielding a magnificent compass above the darkness upon the face of the deep. And 
to this day, we are all drawn to that ineffable mystery suggested by that darkness before the 
light. 

This idea has remained strongly ingrained in Western thought, and was perhaps most dramatically 
manifested when a celebrated group of men we call the Founding Fathers lifted their light in an 
effort to bring forth a new country on the North American continent. Most of the Founding 
Fathers of America were products of the philosophical world-view of The Enlightenment, or 
Age of Reason. It may surprise some of you to learn that these men were predominantly 
Deists rather than Christians. Strictly defined, Deism is a belief in God based solely upon the 
evidence of reason. The Deist position asserts that God created the universe and after setting it in 
motion, abandoned it, assumed no control over life, exerted no influence on natural phenomena, and 
gave no supernatural revelation. 

Ellen G. White: "In his isolated home John was able to study more closely than ever before the 
manifestations of divine power as recorded in the book of nature and in the pages of inspiration. To 
him it was a delight to meditate on the work of creation and to adore the divine Architect. In 
former years his eyes had been greeted by the sight of forest-covered hills, green valleys, and 

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fruitful plains; and in the beauties of nature it had ever been his delight to trace the wisdom and 
skill of the Creator. He was now surrounded by scenes that to many would appear gloomy and 
uninteresting; but to John it was otherwise. While his surroundings be desolate and barren, the blue 
heavens that bent above him were as bright and beautiful as the skies above his loved Jerusalem. In 
the wild, rugged rocks, in the mysteries of the deep, in the glories of the firmament, he read 
important lessons. All bore the message of God's power and glory. " — The Acts of the Apostles 
(1911), page 571, paragraph 2, page 572, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "In his isolated home John was able to study more closely than ever before the 
manifestations of divine power as recorded in the book of nature and in the pages of inspiration. To 
him it was a delight to meditate on the work of creation, and to adore the divine Architect. In 
former years his eyes had been greeted by the sight of forest-covered hills, green valleys, and 
fruitful plains; and in the beauties of nature it had ever been his delight to trace the wisdom and 
skill of the Creator. He was now surrounded by scenes that to many would appear gloomy and 
uninteresting; but to John it was otherwise. While his surroundings might be desolate and barren, 
the blue heavens that bent above him were as bright and beautiful as the skies above his loved 
Jerusalem. In the wild, rugged rocks, in the mysteries of the deep, in the glories of the firmament, 
he read important lessons. All bore the message of God's power and glory. " - The Retirement 
Years (1990), page 174, paragraph 3, page 175, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "Patmos, a barren rocky island in the Aegean Sea, had been chosen by the Roman 
government as a place of banishment for criminals. But to the servant of God this gloomy abode 
proved to be the gate of heaven. He was shut away from the busy scenes of life and from active 
labor as an evangelist, but he was not excluded from the presence of God. In his desolate home he 
could commune with the King of kings and study more closely the manifestations of divine power in 
the book of nature and the pages of inspiration. He delighted to meditate upon the great work of 
creation and to adore the power of the Divine Architect. In former years his eyes had been greeted 
with the sight of wood-covered hills, green valleys, and fruitful plains ; and in all the beauties of 
nature he had delighted to trace the wisdom and skill of the Creator. He was now surrounded with 
scenes that to many would appear gloomy and uninteresting. But to John it was otherwise. He 
could read the most important lessons in the wild, desolate rocks, the mysteries of the great deep, 
and the glories of the firmament. To him all bore the impress of God's power and declared His 
glory. " - The Sanctified Life (1889), page 72, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "Patmos, a barren, rocky island in the Aegean Sea, had been chosen by the 
Roman government as a place of banishment for criminals. But this gloomy abode proved, to the 
servant of God, to be the gate of Heaven. He was shut away from the busy scenes of life, and from 
his active labors as an evangelist; but he was not excluded from the presence of God. In his 
desolate home he could commune with the King of kings, and study more closely the manifestations 
of divine power in the book of nature and the pages of inspiration. He delighted to meditate upon 
the great work of creation, and to adore the power of the Divine Architect. Informer years his eyes 
had been greeted with the sight of wood-covered hills, green valleys, and fruitful plains ; and in all 
the beauties of nature he had delighted to trace the wisdom and skill of the Creator. He was now 
surrounded with scenes that to many would appear gloomy and uninteresting. But to John it was 
otherwise. He could read the most important lessons in the wild, desolate rocks, the mysteries of the 
great deep, and the glories of the firmament. To him, all bore the impress of God's power, and 
declared his glory. " — The Review and Herald, March 1, 1881, paragraph 7 

Ellen G. White: "In his isolated home John was able to study more closely than ever before the 
manifestations of divine power as recorded in the book of nature and in the pages of inspiration. To 
him it was a delight to meditate on the work of creation, and to adore the divine Architect. In 

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former years his eyes had been greeted by the sight of forest-covered hills, green valleys, and 
fruitful plains; and in the beauties of nature it had ever been his delight to trace the wisdom and 
skill of the Creator. He was now surrounded by scenes that to many would appear gloomy and 
uninteresting; but to John it was otherwise. While his surroundings might be desolate and barren, 
the blue heavens that bent above him were as bright and beautiful as the skies above his loved 
Jerusalem. In the wild, rugged rocks, in the mysteries of the deep, in the glories of the firmament, 
he read important lessons. All bore the message of God's power and glory. " - The Review and 
Herald, September 5, 1912, paragraph 12 

Ellen G. White: "More than one hundred years before the flood, the Lord sent an angel to Noah, to 
make known unto him his purpose in regard to the sinful race, that his Spirit would not always 
strive with man, but that he would send a flood of waters upon the earth, to destroy man and beast. 
He would not leave the race ignorant of his design; but would, through Noah, warn the world of its 
coming destruction, that the inhabitants might be left without excuse. Noah was to preach to the 
people, and also to prepare an ark as God should direct him for the saving of himself and family. 
Not only was he to preach, but his example in building the ark was to be a continual testimony of 
warning to the world, showing that he believed what he preached. His simple, childlike faith, and 
his implicit obedience, notwithstanding the opposition he received, was an evidence to the world of 
his sincerity. He was firm as a rock to duty, directing the work of that singular building, under the 
guidance of the Divine Architect. Every blow struck upon the ark was a witness to the people. " - 
The Signs of the Times , February 27, 1879, paragraph 11 

Ellen G. White: "Patmos, the place of John's exile, was a barren, rocky island in the Aegean Sea, 
which had been chosen by the Roman Government as a place of banishment for criminals. In 
former years his life had been spent among wood-covered hills, green valleys, and fruitful plains ; 
now his lonely home was amid scenes of desolation that to many would have appeared gloomy and 
uninteresting. But to him it was otherwise. Although shut away from the busy scenes of life, and 
from active labor as an evangelist, he was not excluded from the presence of God. He could 
commune with the King of kings, and study the manifestations of divine power as revealed in the 
book of nature, and on the page of inspiration. He had delighted to trace the wisdom and skill of the 
Creator in the beauties of his handiwork; and now he could see tokens of the same divine Architect 
in the rocky wilds of Patmos. " — The Signs of the Times , February 5, 1885, paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has provided His church with capabilities and blessings, that they may 
present to the world an image of His own sufficiency, and that His church may be complete in Him, 
a continual representation of another, even the eternal world, of laws that are higher than earthly 
laws. His church is to be a temple built after the divine similitude, and the angelic architect has 
brought his golden measuring rod from heaven, that every stone may be hewed and squared by the 
divine measurement, and polished to shine as an emblem of heaven, radiating in all directions the 
bright, clear beams of the Sun of Righteousness. The church is to be fed with manna from heaven, 
and to be kept under the sole guardianship of His grace. Clad in complete armor of light and 
righteousness, she enters upon her final conflict. The dross, the worthless material, will be 
consumed, and the influence of the truth testifies to the world of its sanctifying, ennobling 
character..." - Christian Experience and Teachings of Ellen G. White (1922), page 208, 
paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "The angelic architect has brought his golden measuring rod from heaven, that 
every stone may be hewed and squared by the divine measurement, and polished to shine as an 
emblem of heaven, radiating in all directions the bright, clear beams of the Sun of Righteousness. " 
- In Heavenly Places (1967), page 281, paragraph 4 



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Ellen G. White: The Lord has provided His church with capabilities and blessings, that they may 
present to the world an image of His own sufficiency, and that His church may be complete in Him, 
a continual representation of another, even the eternal world, of laws that are higher than earthly 
laws. His church is to be a temple built after the divine similitude, and the angelic architect has 
brought his golden measuring rod from heaven, that every stone may be hewed and squared by the 
divine measurement and polished to shine as an emblem of heaven, radiating in all directions the 
bright, clear beams of the Sun of Righteousness. The church is to be fed with manna from heaven 
and to be kept under the sole guardianship of His grace. Clad in complete armor of light and 
righteousness, she enters upon her final conflict. The dross, the worthless material, will be 
consumed, and the influence of the truth testifies to the world of its sanctifying, ennobling 
character... " - Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers (1923), page 17/18 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has provided his church with capabilities and blessings, that they may 
present to the world an image of his own sufficiency, and that his church may be complete in him, a 
continual representation of another, even the eternal world, of laws that are higher than earthly 
laws. His church is to be a temple built after the divine similitude, and the angelic architect has 
brought his golden measuring rod from heaven that every stone may be hewed and squared by the 
divine measurement, and polished to shine as an emblem of heaven, radiating in all directions the 
bright clear beams of the Sun of Righteousness. The church is to be fed with manna from heaven, 
and to be kept under the sole guardianship of his grace. Clad in complete armor of light and 
righteousness, she enters upon her final conflict. The dross, the worthless material, will be 
consumed, and the influence of the truth testifies to the world of its sanctifying, ennobling 
character. " - General Conference Daily Bulletin, February 27, 1893, paragraph 10, Article 
Title: Dear Brethren of the General Conference General Conference Proceedings.-Eleventh 
Meeting.- 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has provided His church with capabilities and blessings, that they may 
present to the world an image of His own sufficiency, and that His church may be complete in Him, 
a continual representation of another, even the eternal world, of laws that are higher than earthly 
laws. His church is to be a temple built after the divine similitude, and the angelic architect has 
brought his golden measuring rod from heaven, that every stone may be hewed and squared by 
divine measurement, and polished to shine as an emblem of heaven, radiating in all directions the 
bright, clear beams of the Sun of Righteousness. The church is to be fed with manna from heaven, 
and to be kept under the sole guardianship of His grace. Clad in complete armor of light and 
righteousness, she enters upon her final conflict. The dross, the worthless material, will be 
consumed, and the influence of the truth testifies to the world of its sanctifying, ennobling 
character... " - Selections from the Testimonies Setting forth Important Principles Relating to 
Our Work in General, the Publishing Work in Particular, and the Relation of Our Institutions 
to Each Other. (1898), page 4, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "The temple service, formed after the divine pattern, and once so pure, so sacred 
and so holy, had been tainted with evil. It could not be remodeled. It was mingled with the defective 
plans of men, and could not be rebuilt by human power. The true heavenly Architect, he who 
created men, "so loved the world, that he gave his only-begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in 
him should not perish, but have everlasting life. " One sent from heaven came to restore the ruined 
temple in its sacred and beautiful proportions. " - The Signs of the Times , December 16, 1897, 
paragraph 6 

Those Founding Fathers who were Masons had knowledge of the Platonic concept of The Creator 
as Divine Architect of the Universe, and had access to and knowledge of such works as the mid- 
thirteenth-century Bible moralisee (which Benjamin Franklin is said to have seen while in France), 

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and were familiar with other works such as the early fourteenth-century Holkham Bible, both of 

which depict the Supreme Being, compass in hand, walking through the heavens 

To this day, Freemasons use "The Great Architect of the Universe" and other non-sectarian titles 
to address the Deity. In using non-sectarian references to that which transcends all knowing, 
persons of different faiths may join together in prayer, concentrating on the Universal Spirit rather 
than on differences of culture and religion. Masonry has always championed religious freedom, and 
the idea that the relationship between the individual and one God is a personal, private and sacred 
matter. 

Comment: Adventist literature tells us that William Miller had been a Deist. Sadly we were never 
told that it was Freemasons who were Deists. 

http://www.watch.pair.com/mason.html 

A British Israel website, Straight Talk , explains the hidden Zionist symbols of the Obverse and 
Reverse sides of the Great Seal: (found on the one dollar bill of the USA) 

"E. Raymond Capt, in his booklet, 'Our Great Seal says: The Great Seal given to our country, after 
years of laborious heraldic and symbolic study, reveals our true national origin and destiny. The 
Obverse face is Israel in the Old Testament; The Reverse face is our race under the New 
Covenant. Each face is a masterly harmony of all that is potent in symbolism and prophecy. It was 
originated and adopted by men who recognized the overshadowing presence of the Great Architect 
of the Universe and submission to His will as revealed in the Scriptures and the Laws of 
Nature. They planned a government in conformity to His great Plan. They recognized that 
America's greatest task was to go toward the goal of the Plan — the eventual establishment of the 
Kingdom of God on earth." 

Comment: Whose was the all-seeing eye? God's? No!!!! The all-seeing eye belonged to the Great 
Architect of the Universe who is Satan the one who is represented by the darkness found in Genesis 
1 and elsewhere in the Bible. And Freemasons used this symbol for him and they placed this 
symbol on the American Dollar bill. Now notice the following: That the USA government has been 
established under the Great Architect of the Universe. Remember that the second beast of 
Revelation 13 which we are told represents Protestant United States would have lamblike horns but 
would speak as a dragon? Now notice from the quotation above the two things that Satan demands: 
Submission to his will as revealed in Scriptures and the laws of nature. 

Ellen G. White: "In the preparation of a people for the Lord's second coming, a great work is to 
be accomplished through the promulgation of health principles. The people are to be instructed in 
regard to the needs of the physical organism and the value of healthful living as taught in the 
Scriptures, that the bodies which God has created may be presented to Him a living sacrifice, fitted 
to render Him acceptable service. There is a great work to be done for suffering humanity in 
relieving their sufferings by the use of the natural agencies that God has provided, and in teaching 
them how to prevent sickness by the regulation of the appetites and passions. The people should be 
taught that transgression of the laws of nature is transgression of the laws of God. They should 
be taught the truth in physical as well as in spiritual lines, that "the fear of the Lord tendeth to 
life. " Proverbs 19:23. "If thou wilt enter into life, " Christ says, "keep the commandments. " 
Matthew 19:17. Live out My law "as the apple of thine eye." God's commandments, obeyed, are 
"life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh. "Proverbs 4:22. " {CH 206.3} 

Comment: Notice that Ellen says that the transgression of the law of nature is equally sinful as the 
transgression of the moral law of God. Notice that she mentions both the law of God together with 
the laws of nature. The very same ones as those the great Architect of the Universe (Satan) wants to 

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use to establish his kingdom on earth commencing with the United States. 

What does the Bible teach about the transgression of the laws of nature? Is it the transgression of 

the moral law of God? 

1 Timothy 4: 1-5 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from 
the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy; 
having their conscience seared with a hot iron; Forbidding to marry, [and commanding] to abstain 
from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and 
know the truth. For every creature of God [is] good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received 
with thanksgiving: For it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer. 

(Please note that I am a vegetarian and have no desire to change this and do believe that a meat diet 
these days is not the best. Also this word creature may refer to created foods rather than creatures 
but let me ask you a question: How successful would God's missionaries have been throughout the 
centuries had they refused the food that was set before them by some of the hospitable heathen they 
were hoping to win to Christ?) 

Did Jesus obey the law of nature when He missed his meals or ate at irregular times? Did Jesus 
obey the law of nature when He ate fish and meat? Did He obey the law of nature when He prayed 
all night? Did He obey the law of nature when He fasted forty days? By Mrs White's standards 
Jesus must have been a terrible sinner. By applying this law to ourselves we who are vegetarians 
must therefore be better than Jesus Himself. And that is as Satan would have it. 

How many churches do we know advocate both the law of the scriptures and the law of nature? I 
know of only one church. So who is and has been advancing the kingdom of the Great Architect of 
the Universe? 

What name do the prophecies in the Book of Revelation give to something that would do this work? 
See Revelation 16:13. 

No doubt more churches and denominations fall under this term because anyone who supposedly 
speaks for God but who in actual fact speaks for himself or God's enemy is a false prophet. In order 
to keep God's people in the dark and to prevent them from being ready for the end-time issues Satan 
has to replace the truth with something that is false. If Satan is behind the Adventist Movement then 
the interpretation of prophecy Adventists have been taught will of course not take place exactly like 
that. Therefore while the church members are forever waiting for something to take place they may 
I actual fact be receiving the mark of the beast and not even realize it! 

By obeying a false prophet after we have see that she is a false prophet but we prefer to continue to 
believe her may very well constitute the mark of the beast since Ellen White appears to have been 
aiding the enemy in the setting up of the New World order. It is interesting to note also that the 
Jehova's Witnesses who also sprung from the 1844 date setting movement are founded on 
Freemasonry and the Occult. Their magazine is called the Watchtower and their members are called 
Witnesses. Do the Jehovah's Witnesses witness of Jesus? They cannot for they have stripped Him of 
His divinity. They claim to be Witnesses of Jehovah but can they witness of Him without 
acknowledging His Son? So whose witnesses are they and what does this word Watchtower refer 
to? 

http://www.demonbuster.com/watchers.html 

The guardian spirits are also called the 'Watchtowers' by the practitioners and that they are called 

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forth from the north south, east and west in rituals. 

Comment: Remember that Mrs White also used this word watcher or holy watcher? This refers to 

spirits or demons and not to God. 



MRS WHITE AND HER USE OF THE WORD CHANNELS 

Ellen G. White: "Those who are inclined to regard their individual judgment as supreme are in 
grave peril. It is Satan's studied effort to separate such ones from those who are channels of light, 
through whom God has wrought to build up and extend His work in the earth. " AA 164. 

Ellen G. White: "Every follower of Jesus has a work to do as a missionary for Christ, in the 
family in the neighborhood, in the town or city where he lives. All who are consecrated to God are 
channels of light. God makes them instruments of righteousness to communicate to others the light 
of truth. " - Testimonies, vol. 2, p. 632. - Christian Service (1925), page 18, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The glory of the church of God is in the piety of its members; for there is the 
hiding of Christ's power. The influence of the sincere children of God may be esteemed as of little 
worth, but it will be felt throughout time, and rightly revealed in the day of reward. The light of a 
true Christian, shining forth in steadfast piety, in unwavering faith, will prove to the world the 
power of a living Saviour. In His followers Christ will be revealed as a well of water, springing up 
into everlasting life. Although scarcely known to the world, they are acknowledged as God's 
peculiar people, His chosen vessels of salvation, His channels whereby light is to come to the 
world. " - Review, March 24, 1891. - Christian Service (1925), page 19, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "Workers for Christ are never to think, much less to speak, of failure in their work. 
The Lord Jesus is our efficiency in all things; His Spirit is to be our inspiration; and as we place 
ourselves in His hands, to be channels of light, our means of doing good will never be exhausted. 
We may draw upon His fulness, and receive of that grace which has no limit. " - Gospel Workers, p. 
19. - Christian Service (1925), page 261, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "All who are consecrated to God will be channels of light. God makes them His 
agents to communicate to others the riches of His grace. His promise is, "I will make them and the 
places round about My hill a blessing; and I will cause the shower to come down in his season; 
there shall be showers of blessing." Ezekiel 34:26." - The Desire of Ages (1898), page 141, 
paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "The youth who finds joy and happiness in reading the word of God and in the 
hour of prayer is constantly refreshed by drafts from the Fountain of life. He will attain a height of 
moral excellence and a breadth of thought of which others cannot conceive. . . . Those who thus 
connect their souls with God are acknowledged by Him as His sons and daughters. They are 
constantly reaching higher and still higher, obtaining clearer views of God and of eternity, until the 
Lord makes them channels of light and wisdom to the world. " - Maranatha (1976), page 122, 
paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "The youth who finds joy and happiness in reading the word of God and in the 
hour of prayer is constantly refreshed by draughts from the Fountain of life. He will attain a height 
of moral excellence and a breadth of thought of which others cannot conceive. Communion with 
God encourages good thoughts, noble aspirations, clear perceptions of truth, and lofty purposes of 
action. Those who thus connect their souls with God are acknowledged by Him as His sons and 
daughters. They are constantly reaching higher and still higher, obtaining clearer views of God and 

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of eternity, until the Lord makes them channels of light and wisdom to the world. " - Messages to 
Young People (1930), page 431, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "The youth who finds joy and happiness in reading the Word of God and in the 
hour of prayer is constantly refreshed by drafts from the Fountain of life. He will attain a height of 
moral excellence and a breadth of thought of which others cannot conceive. Communion with God 
encourages good thoughts, noble aspirations, clear perceptions of truth, and lofty purposes of 
action. Those who thus connect their souls with God are acknowledged by Him as His sons and 
daughters. They are constantly reaching higher and still higher, obtaining clear views of God and 
of eternity, until the Lord makes them channels of light and wisdom to the world. " - My Life 
Today (1952), page 83, paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "We can do nothing without the help of God. The Spirit of God must work with 
our efforts, and if God's blessing attends us, we shall be channels of light. The Lord is willing to 
give us all an experience, which, if improved, will bring us from the lowlands of earth into close, 
heavenly relationship with God, and every fiber of selfishness will be uprooted from our natures. " - 
Reflecting Christ (1985), page 205, paragraph 6 

Ellen G. White: "It is the privilege of every earnest seeker for truth and righteousness, to rely 
upon the sure promises of God. The Lord Jesus makes manifest the fact that the treasures of divine 
grace are placed entirely at our disposal, in order that we may become channels of light. We 
cannot receive the riches of the grace of Christ without desiring to impart them to others. When we 
have the love of Christ in our hearts, we shall feel that it is our duty and privilege to communicate 
it. " - Reflecting Christ (1985), page 304, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The youth who finds joy and happiness in reading the word of God and in the 
hour of prayer is constantly refreshed by drafts from the Fountain of life. He will attain a height of 
moral excellence and a breadth of thought of which others cannot conceive. Communion with God 
encourages good thoughts, noble aspirations, clear perceptions of truth, and lofty purposes of 
action. Those who thus connect their souls with God are acknowledged by Him as His sons and 
daughters. They are constantly reaching higher and still higher, obtaining clearer views of God and 
of eternity, until the Lord makes them channels of light and wisdom to the world. " - Testimonies 
for the Church Volume Four (1876-1881), page 624, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "36. "The cause of God needs teachers who have high moral qualities, and can be 
trusted with the education of others— men who are sound in the faith, and have tact and patience; 
who walk with God, and abstain from the very appearance of evil; who stand so closely connected 
with God, that they can be channels of light— in short, Christian gentlemen." — (C.E., p. 213.) - 
(Australasian) Union Conference Record, July 26, 1899, paragraph 36 

Ellen G. White: "It was an insult to God when David numbered Israel. God's rebuke rested upon 
him; for he made himself as God, as though he could tell the strength of the armies of Israel by 
their numbers. "This is the word of the Lord unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, 
but by my Spirit, saith the Lord of Hosts. " God looks not to the numbers of Israel for the success of 
his work. His armies number thousands of thousands, and ten thousand times ten thousand. These 
co-operate with the men who will connect with God to be channels of light. " - The Gospel of 
Health, September 1, 1898, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "This scripture speaks of the vital union which should exist between Christ and 
His disciples. Constantly we are to strive to obtain this union. The religion which consists merely of 
profession is but pretense. Those whose union with Christ ends with the writing of their names on 

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the church roll are not channels of light. " - The Signs of the Times , September 4, 1901, 
paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "The parents who are channels of light in the home are acknowledged by all 
heaven as faithful stewards of the manifold grace of God. They are teachers, educating their 
children in lines that make them considerate and compassionate. They know that as Christ's 
representatives they are dealing with human minds to teach the beauty of holiness, and to 
communicate the knowledge and wisdom of God. Such parents take their children with them in the 
heavenward way. " - The Signs of the Times , March 3, 1909, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord Jesus is our efficiency in all things; His Spirit is to be our inspiration; 
and as we place ourselves in His hands, to be channels of light, our means of doing good will 
never be exhausted; for the resources of the power of Jesus Christ are to be at our command. We 
may draw upon his fullness, and receive of that grace which has no limit. " - An Appeal to Our 
Churches in Behalf of Home Missionary Work (1896), page 28, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: The cause of God needs teachers who have high moral qualities, and can be 
trusted with the education of others— men who are sound in the faith, and have tact and patience; 
who walk with God, and abstain from the very appearance of evil; who stand so closely connected 
with God, that they can be channels of light— in short, Christian gentlemen." - C. E., p. 213. - 
Church Schools (1899), page 19, paragraph 5 

Jesus says in Matthew 5:16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good 
works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. 

Comment: The Bible does not call us channels. It says that we are to let our light shine. We have 
that light. We are not channels of that light. This word channels is a spiritualistic term and is another 
word for medium. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Channelling_(mediumistic) 

In spirituality Channelling or channeling is the communication of information to or through a 
person (the channel or medium), from a spirit or other paranormal entity outside the mind (or self) 
of the channel. 

Channelling is part of the belief systems and rituals of many religions, such as shamanism . 
Candomble . Voodoo . Kardecism . Umbanda . and more. 



MRS WHITE AND PETER'S LADDER 

Ellen G. White: Point the youth to Peter's ladder of eight rounds, and place their feet, not on the 
highest round, but on the lowest, and with earnest solicitation urge them to climb to the very 
top. {Mar 84.1} 

Ellen G. White: "Beside this, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and to virtue 
knowledge; and to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; 
and to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity. 2 Peter 1:5-7. Point the 
youth to Peter's ladder of eight rounds, and place their feet, not on the highest round, but on the 
lowest, and with earnest solicitation urge them to climb to the very top. " - Maranatha (1976), 
page 84, paragraph 1 



Ellen G. White: "Many teachers permit their minds to take too narrow and low a range. They do 
not keep the divine plan ever in view, but are fixing their eyes upon worldly models. Look up, 
"where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God, " and then labor that your pupils may be conformed 
to His perfect character. Point the youth to Peter's ladder of eight rounds, and place their feet, not 
on the highest round, but on the lowest, and with earnest solicitation urge them to climb to the very 
top. " - Testimonies for the Church Volume Six (1901), page 147, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "At 2 1/2 P.M., I spoke to the people about one hour and a half upon Peter's 
ladder of sanctification consisting of eight rounds. I dwelt upon temperance and the importance of 
parents' teaching their children self-denial, and self-control, guarding the appetite and taste from 
indulgence at the expense of mental, moral, and physical strength. " - The Review and Herald, 
May 11, 1876, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "I have before spoken to you of the plan of addition - Peter's ladder of eight 

rounds. "Add to your faith virtue, and to virtue, knowledge; and to knowledge, temperance; and to 
temperance, patience; and to patience, godliness; and to godliness, brotherly kindness; and to 
brotherly kindness, charity. For if these things be in you, and abound, they make you that ye shall 
neither be barren nor unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. " - The Review and 
Herald, January 4, 1887, paragraph 9 

Ellen G. White: "The meetings were to close Wednesday, but on Tuesday the brethren entreated us 
to remain over another Sabbath and Sunday. Some plead with tears that we should not leave them, 
for the work was only just begun, and much would be gained if the meetings could continue. We 
decided to comply with the request, and in obedience to our convictions of duty to continue our 
work. We felt deeply anxious for this dear people. Some have had but a short experience; they need 
to know more of the way of life. Many have confessed to fretfulness, quick temper, impatience, and 
fault-finding. Oh! how our hearts are drawn out for this class, /mowing that many will not realize 
how offensive these sins are in the sight of God until it is too late for them to form new characters 
and be cleansed by the blood of Christ. We feel like entreating all who are indulging in these sins to 
put them away and build up a character upon the true foundation, Jesus Christ. A new and 
symmetrical character may be formed by laying up one grace and good deed upon another, thus 
climbing Peter's ladder of eight rounds in sanctification. A character thus built will be harmonious 
in all its paths. Faith will sustain works, for faith works by love and purifies the soul. " — The Signs 
of the Times , May 6, 1880, paragraph 10 

Ellen G. White: "Let me call your attention to Peter's ladder of eight rounds: "Add to your faith 
virtue; and to virtue knowledge; and to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to 
patience godliness; and to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity. For if 
these things be in you, and abound, they make you that ye shall neither be barren nor unfruitful in 
the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. " - The Watchman, December 4, 1906, paragraph 9 

Ellen G. White: "We have men claiming sanctification. Their works will show if they are 
transformed into the image of Christ. Sanctification is not brought about instantaneously, but it is 
accomplished by climbing the rounds of Peter's ladder of eight rounds. We must step on the first in 
order to reach the highest. This ladder reaches from earth to heaven, and every soul that enters the 
city of God will have to climb this ladder of self-denial, and this can be accomplished by laying 
hold of the merits of a crucified and risen Saviour. Without this strength, temptation will sweep us 
down the current to final destruction. " - Manuscript Releases Volume Three [Nos. 162-209] 
(1990), page 84, paragraph 2 



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Ellen G. White: "No. 1 contains the following: 1. "The Ladder With Eight Rounds: or Bible 
Sanctiflcation. "... 2. " 'Our Home ': or Three Weeks at Dansville, New York, " an account of the 
visit of Brother and Sister White to that place, with what they saw... " - Ellen G. White Volume 2 
The Progressive Years 1862-1876, By Arthur L. White (1986), page 110, paragraph 5 

Christ... is the ladder. The base is planted firmly on the earth in His humanity; the topmost round 
reaches to the throne of God in His divinity. The humanity of Christ embraces fallen humanity, 
while His divinity lays hold upon the throne of God. We are saved by climbing round after round 
of the ladder, looking to Christ, clinging to Christ, mounting step by step to the height of 
Christ, so that He is made unto us wisdom and righteousness and sanctiflcation and redemption. 
Faith, virtue, knowledge, temperance, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness, and charity are the 
rounds of this ladder. All these graces are to be manifested in the Christian character; and "if ye do 
these things, ye shall never fall: for so an entrance shall be ministered unto you abundantly into the 
everlasting kingdom of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ." {Mar 84.2} 

http://www.theosophical.ca/SevenSoulsMan.htm 

Theosophical society: Such was the nature of the "Wisdom" that a Gnostic like Paul, Epopt and 
perfect, spoke amongst the perfected; and it would have been useless to have spoken such among A- 
Gnostics who were of the fleshly faith. This was the mystical Christ who came BY and AS the Holy 
Spirit; so Jesus is transformed into the Christ when the Holy Spirit descends upon him in his 
Baptism! But, after this transformation, it is said in the same Gospel that the Holy Spirit was not yet 
extant (or communicated), because Jesus was not yet glorified. To the genuine Gnostics this holy 
spirit always had been extant; but here we see its very existence made altogether dependent upon 
the personality and death of Jesus in the process of re-dating it and making him the author of it 
historically. Barnabas knew better. He identifies the Christ with the Man of the eighth Soul, who 
rose again on the Eighth Day of Creation! 

Here the height was synonymous, and is identical, with the number eight! This height is represented 
in the Buddhist, Gnostic, and Mithraic mysteries by a ladder with eight steps, the eighth, or 
height, being the top of attainment, the place of the perfected; and so the octave was 
completed at last in Buddha-hood, in Elijah-hood, in Christ-hood, or the divine man-hood, of 
the pre-Christian religions; such likewise being the natural genesis of the eight ways and eight 
paths of Buddhism.The Gnostics said salvation was brought by the Ogdoad; and the Saviour 

personified was the mystical Octavius: the superior man of the eighth creation! 

In the present instance, I suggest or claim that the Caesar as well as the Ra, the Repa, 

the Buddha, or the Christ, was a titular representative of the eighth, the total and eternal soul ~ 
mythically the re-born Sun; mystically the re-born Spirit or glorified Ghost of Man. 

Comment: So where does the mystical ladder lead to and who is the originator? It leads to the re- 
born Sun, and the glorified ghost of man. We could say to man or even Satan worship. And Satan is 
therefore the originator of this ladder and this system of climbing up to heaven by the true force of 
the will. By the way, one does not always find eight rounds to this ladder. Often it contains only 
seven rounds. But this ladder is in essence the same. 

Please notice that Peter does not call it a ladder. The only thing that come close to what Ellen White 
says are the words: Add to. But you can add to something immediately It does not have to be a long 
drawn out process. Peter also says that if these things are in us and abound then we would not be 
unfruitful. Peter actually rebukes those who only have a few of these graces. He says that if we do 
not have them then we have forgotten that we were purged from our old sins and that we are 
shortsighted, even blind. So once again, the very text Ellen White used to prove one thing actually 

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rebukes her and her followers. See 2 Peter 1:5-10. 



ELLEN G. WHITE'S USE OF THE WORDS MYSTICAL BODY 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has constituted the husband the head of the wife to be her protector; he 
is the house-band of the family, binding the members together, even as Christ is the head of the 
church and the Saviour of the mystical body. Let every husband who claims to love God carefully 
study the requirements of God in his position. Christ's authority is exercised in wisdom, in all 
kindness and gentleness; so let the husband exercise his power and imitate the great Head of the 
church." 216 {AH 215.1} 

Ellen G. White: "Our Redeemer determined on nothing less than that through His merits the love 
of God should be transfused through the soul that believes in Him. As our life, the vitality of God's 
love is to circulate through every part of our nature, that it may abide in us as it dwells in Christ 
Jesus. United with Christ by living faith, the Father loves us as the members of Christ's mystical 
body, of which Christ is the glorified head. " {TMK 19.4} 

Ellen G. White: "Exercise Authority With Humility— It is no evidence of manliness in the husband 
for him to dwell constantly upon his position as head of the family. It does not increase respect for 
him to hear him quoting Scripture to sustain his claims to authority. It will not make him more 
manly to require his wife, the mother of his children, to act upon his plans as if they were infallible. 
The Lord has constituted the husband the head of the wife to be her protector; he is the house-band 
of the family, binding the members together, even as Christ is the head of the church and the 
Saviour of the mystical body. Let every husband who claims to love God carefully study the 
requirements of God in his position. Christ's authority is exercised in wisdom, in all kindness and 
gentleness; so let the husband exercise his power and imitate the great Head of the church. " - The 
Adventist Home (1952), page 215, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "It is no evidence of manliness in the husband for him to dwell constantly upon 
his position as head of the family. It does not increaserespect for him to hear him quoting Scripture 
to sustain his claims to authority. It will not make him more manly to require his wife, the mother of 
his children, to act upon his plans as if they were infallible. The Lord has constituted the husband 
the head of the wife to be her protector; he is the house-band of the family, binding the members 
together, even as Christ is the head of the church and the Saviour of the mystical body. Let every 
husband who claims to love God carefully study the requirements of God in his position. Christ's 
authority is exercised in wisdom, in all kindness and gentleness; so let the husband exercise his 
power and imitate the great Head of the church. " AH 212-215188 - Counsels for the Church 
(1991), page 145/146 

Ellen G. White: Whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for My 
sake and the gospel's, the same shall save it. " Selfishness is death. No organ of the body could live 
should it confine its service to itself. The heart, failing to send its lifeblood to the hand and the 
head, would quickly lose its power. As our lifeblood, so is the love of Christ diffused through every 
part of His mystical body. We are members one of another, and the soul that refuses to impart will 
perish. And "what is a man profited, " said Jesus, "if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own 
soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?" — The Desire of Ages (1898), page 417, 
paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has constituted the husband the head of the wife to be her protector; he 
is the house-band of the family, binding the members together, even as Christ is the head of the 

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church and the Saviour of the mystical body. Let every husband who claims to love God carefully 
study the requirements of God in his position. Christ's authority is exercised in wisdom, in all 
kindness and gentleness; so let the husband exercise his power and imitate the great Head of the 
church. " - The Faith I Live By (1958), page 259, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "Our Lord designed that His church should reflect to the world the fullness and 
sufficiency that we find in Him. We are constantly receiving of God's bounty, and by imparting of 
the same we are to represent to the world the love and beneficence of Christ. While all heaven is 
astir, dispatching messengers to every part of the earth to carry forward the work of redemption, 
the church of the living God are also to be colaborers with Christ. We are members of His mystical 
body. He is the head, controlling all the members of the body. Jesus Himself in His infinite mercy, 
is working on human hearts, effecting spiritual transformations so amazing that angels look on with 
astonishment and joy. The same unselfish love that characterizes the Master is seen in the 
character and life of His true followers. Christ expects that men will become partakers of His 
divine nature while in this world, thus not only reflecting His glory to the praise of God, but 
illumining the darkness of the world with the radiance of heaven. Thus will be fulfilled the words of 
Christ: "Ye are the light of the world. "-Lift Him Up (1988), page 289, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has constituted the husband the head of the wife to be her protector; he 
is the house-band of the family, binding the members together, even as Christ is the head of the 
church and the Saviour of the mystical body. Let every husband who claims to love God, carefully 
study the requirements of God is his position. Christ's authority is exercised in wisdom, in all 
kindness and gentleness; so let the husband exercise his power and imitate the great Head of the 
church. " [Lt 18b, 1891. (AH 215.) - Mind, Character, and Personality Volume 1 (1977), page 
160, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "Our Lord designed that His church should reflect to the world the fullness and 
sufficiency that we find in Him. We are constantly receiving of God's bounty, and by imparting of 
the same we are to represent to the world the love and beneficence of Christ. While all heaven is 
astir, dispatching messengers to every part of the earth to carry forward the work of redemption, 
the church of the living God are also to be co-laborers with Christ. We are members of His mystical 
body. He is the head, controlling all the members of the body. Jesus Himself, in His infinite mercy, 
is working on human hearts, effecting spiritual transformations so amazing that angels look on with 
astonishment and joy. The same unselfish love that characterizes the Master is seen in the 
character and life of His true followers. Christ expects that men will become partakers of His 
divine nature while in this world, thus not only reflecting His glory to the praise of God, but 
illumining the darkness of the world with the radiance of heaven. Thus will be fulfilled the words of 
Christ: "Ye are the light of the world. " - Testimonies for the Church Volume Five (1882-1889), 
page 731, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "Our Redeemer determined on nothing less than that through His merits the love 
of God should be transfused through the soul that believes in Him. As our life, the vitality of God's 
love is to circulate through every part of our nature, that it may abide in us as it dwells in Christ 
Jesus. United with Christ by living faith, the Father loves us as the members of Christ's mystical 
body, of which Christ is the glorified head. " - That I May Know Him (1964), page 19, 
paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "In later times Paul the apostle, writing to the Ephesian Christians, declares that 
the Lord has constituted the husband the head of the wife, to be her protector, the house-band, 
binding the members of the family together, even as Christ is the head of the church and the Saviour 
of the mystical body. Therefore he says, "As the church is subject unto Christ, so let the wives be to 

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their own husbands in everything. Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, 
and gave Himself for it; that He might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the 
word, that He might present it to Himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any 
such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish. So ought men to love their wives. " 
Ephesians 5:24-28. - Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing (1896), page 64/65 

Ellen G. White: "Our Lord designed that His church should reflect to the world the fullness and 
sufficiency that we find in Him. We are constantly receiving of God's bounty, and by imparting of 
the same we are to represent to the world the love and beneficence of Christ. While all heaven is 
astir, dispatching messengers to all parts of the earth to carry forward the work of redemption, the 
church of the living God are also to be co-laborers with Jesus Christ. We are members of His 
mystical body. He is the Head, controlling all the members of the body. Jesus Himself, in His 
infinite mercy, is working on human hearts, effecting spiritual transformations so amazing that 
angels look on with astonishment and joy." (Review and Herald, Dec. 24, 1908). - Ye Shall 
Receive Power (1995) , page 19, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "The church of Christ is the only object on the earth upon which he bestows his 
supreme regard; yet it has grown feeble and inefficient through selfishness. While all heaven is 
astir, dispatching messengers to bear the divine will to every part of the earth, they expect the 
church of the living God also to be co-laborers with Christ. He engages to come into the midst of 
his church, and to honor their prayers and decisions by the manifestation of his grace and power. 
They are members of his mystical body. Christ is their living head, controlling all the members of 
the body. Jesus himself, in his infinite mercy, is experimenting on human hearts, and by his efforts, 
effecting spiritual transformations so amazing that angels look on with astonishment and joy. The 
same unselfish love that characterizes the Master, is seen in human lives and characters, and is 
qualifying them to bear their part in the decisions of the judgment, and to share in the pleasures of 
heaven. Christ expects that man will be partaker of his divine nature while in the world, and thus 
convey a large amount of glory from earth to heaven. In full-souled piety, devotion, and ardor, man 
is to be one with Christ and one with God. " - The Review and Herald, December 11, 1888, 
paragraph 4 

Ellen G. White: "Paul, writing to the Ephesian Christians, declares that the Lord has constituted 
the husband the head of the wife, to be her protector, the house-band, binding the members of the 
family together, even as Christ is the head of the church, and the savior of the mystical body. 
Therefore he says: "As the church is subject unto Christ, so let the wives be to their own husbands 
in everything. Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church. " — The Review and 
Herald, December 10, 1908, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: ''Our Lord designed that his church should reflect to the world the fulness and 
sufficiency that we find in him. We are constantly receiving of God's bounty, and by imparting of the 
same we are to represent to the world the love and beneficence of Christ. While all heaven is astir, 
dispatching messengers to all parts of the earth to carry forward the work of redemption, the 
church of the living God are also to be colaborers with Jesus Christ. We are members of his 
mystical body. He is the head, controlling all the members of the body. Jesus himself, in his infinite 
mercy, is working on human hearts, effecting spiritual transformations so amazing that angels look 
on with astonishment and joy. The same unselfish love that characterizes the Master is seen in the 
character and life of his true followers. Christ expects that men will become partakers of his divine 
nature while in this world, thus not only reflecting his glory, to the praise of God, but illuminating 
the darkness of earth with the radiance of heaven. Thus will be fulfilled the words of Christ, "Ye are 
the light of the world. "-The Review and Herald, December 24, 1908, paragraph 9 



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Ellen G. White: "The Lord has constituted the husband the head of the wife to be her protector; he 
is the house-band of the family, binding the members together, even as Christ is the head of the 
church and the Saviour of the mystical body. Let every husband who claims to love God, carefully 
study the requirements of God in his position. Christ's authority is exercised in wisdom, in all 
kindness and gentleness; so let the husband exercise his power and imitate the great Head of the 
church. " - Manuscript Releases Volume Thirteen [Nos. 1000-1080] (1990), page 83, paragraph 
1 

Comment: The Catholic Church is the Mystical Body of Christ presided over by the visible head 
the Pope according to the following writer: 

By Fr. William G. Most 

Speaking of full membership in the Church, Pius XII, in his Encyclical on the Mystical Body, said 
it is the society of those who have been baptized, and who profess the faith of Christ, and who are 
governed by their bishops under the visible head, the Pope, the Bishop of Rome. 

The Church came into being when Christ died on the Cross, but it was formally inaugurated on 
Pentecost, when He sent the Holy Spirit as He had promised. St. Paul speaks of all Christians as 
members of Christ, so that with Him, they form one Mystical Body (Cf. 1 Cor 12:12-31; Col 1:18; 
2:18-20; Eph. 1:22-23; 3:19; 4:13). St. Paul did not use the word Mystical. It was developed more 
recently to bring out the fact that this union is unique, there is no parallel to it. It is not the same as 
the union of a physical body, nor that of a business corporation. 

The Church, the Mystical Body, exists on this earth, and is called the Church militant, because its 
members struggle against the world, the flesh and the devil. The Church suffering means the souls 
in Purgatory. The Church triumphant is the Church in heaven. The unity and cooperation of the 
members of the Church on earth, in Purgatory, in Heaven is also called the Communion of Saints. 
When St. Paul uses the word "Saints" in opening an Epistle, he does not mean they are morally 
perfect. He has in mind Hebrew qadosh, which means set aside for God, or coming under the 
covenant. Being such means of course they are called to moral perfection. But of course, not all 
have reached it in this world. 

The word "Saint" in the modern sense means someone who has been canonized by the Church in 
recent times, or was accepted as such by the Church in earlier times. If a person is shown to have 
practiced heroic virtue— beyond what people in general do - in all virtues, the title "Venerable" is 
given; with two miracles by that one's intercession, the title is "Blessed"; two more miracles can 
lead to canonization and the title of Saint. 

Taken from The Basic Catholic Catechism 

PART FIVE: The Apostles' Creed IX-XII 

Ninth Article: "The Holy Catholic Church; the Communion of Saints" 

Ellen G. White: Every member of his church militant must manifest the same qualities, if he 
would join the church triumphant. The love of Christ is so broad, so full of glory, that in 
comparison to it, everything that men esteem as great, dwindles into insignificance. When we 
obtain a view of it, we exclaim, O the depth of the riches of the love that God bestowed upon men 
in the gift of his only begotten Son! {CE 76.3} 



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Ellen G. White: "God has a church upon the earth who are His chosen people, who keep His 
commandments. He is leading, not stray offshoots, not one here and one there, but a people. The 
truth is a sanctifying power; but the church militant is not the church triumphant. There are tares 
among the wheat. "Wilt thou then that we . . . gather them up?" was the question of the servant; but 
the master answered, "Nay; lest while ye gather up the tares, ye root up also the wheat with them. " 
The gospel net draws not only good fish, but bad ones as well, and the Lord only knows who are 
His. " - Counsels for the Church (1991), page 240, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "The Church Triumphant.— The work is soon to close. The members of the church 
militant who have proved faithful will become the church triumphant." (Letter 32, 1892). - 
Evangelism (1946), page 707, paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "Has God no living church? He has a church, but it is the church militant, not 
the church triumphant. We are sorry that there are defective members. . . . While the Lord brings 
into the church those who are truly converted, Satan at the same time brings persons who are not 
converted into its fellowship. While Christ is sowing the good seed, Satan is sowing the tares. There 
are two opposing influences continually exerted on the members of the church. One influence is 
working for the purification of the church, and the other for the corrupting of the people of God..." 
- The Faith I Live By (1958), page 305, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "Has God no living church? He has a church, but it is the church militant, not 

the church triumphant. We are sorry that there are defective members, that there are tares amid the 
wheat. . . . Although there are evils existing in the church, and will be until the end of the world, the 
church in these last days is to be the light of the world that is polluted and demoralized by sin. The 
church, enfeebled and defective, needing to be reproved, warned, and counseled, is the only object 
upon earth upon which Christ bestows His supreme regard. " [TM 45, 49 (1893)]. - Last Day 
Events (1992), page 52, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The church militant is not the church triumphant, and earth is not heaven. The 
church is composed of erring, imperfect men and women, who are but learners in the school of 
Christ, to be trained, disciplined, educated, for this life and for the future, immortal life. " (ST Jan. 
4, 1883). - Last Day Events (1992), page 61, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "Some people seem to think that upon entering the church they will have their 
expectations fulfilled, and meet only with those who are pure and perfect. They are zealous in their 
faith, and when they see faults in church members, they say, "We left the world in order to have no 
association with evil characters, but the evil is here also; " and they ask, as did the servants in the 
parable, "From whence then hath it tares?" But we need not be thus disappointed, for the Lord has 
not warranted us in coming to the conclusion that the church is perfect; and all our zeal will not be 
successful in making the church militant as pure as the church triumphant. " [TM 47 (1893)]. - 
Last Day Events (1992), page 61, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "The work is soon to close. The members of the church militant who have proved 
faithful will become the church triumphant. " [Ev 707 (1892)]. - Last Day Events (1992), page 62, 
paragraph 1 

Ellen G. White: "The life of Christ was a life charged with a divine message of the love of God, 
and He longed intensely to impart this love to others in rich measure. Compassion beamed from 
His countenance, and His conduct was characterized by grace, humility, truth, and love. Every 
member of His church militant must manifest the same qualities, if he would join the church 
triumphant. " [FE 179 (1891)]. - Last Day Events (1992), page 62, paragraph 2 

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Ellen G. White: "Now the church is militant. Now we are confronted with a world in darkness, 
almost wholly given over to idolatry. " - The Ministry of Healing (1905), page 504, paragraph 5 

Ellen G. White: "Has God no living church? He has a church, but it is the church militant, not 
the church triumphant. We are sorry that there are defective members. . . . While the Lord brings 
into the church those who are truly converted, Satan at the same time brings persons who are not 
converted into its fellowship. While Christ is sowing the good seed, Satan is sowing the tares. There 
are two opposing influences continually exerted on the members of the church. One influence is 
worldng for the purification of the church, and the other for the corrupting of the people of God... " 
- Our Father Cares (1991), page 84, paragraph 6 

Ellen G. White: "The Church Triumphant.— The work is soon to close. The members of the church 
militant who have proved faithful will become the church triumphant..." - The Publishing 
Ministry (1983), page 402, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "Faith in the atonement and intercession of Christ will keep us steadfast and 
immovable amid the temptations that press upon us in the church militant. " (The Review and 
Herald, June 9, 1896). - S.D.A. Bible Commentary Vol. 7A (1970), page 484, paragraph 5 

Ellen G. White: "The church militant is not now the church triumphantbut God loves His church 
and describes through the prophet how He opposes and resists Satan, who is clothing the children 
of God in the blackest and most defiled garments, and pleading for the privilege of destroying them. 
The angels of God were protecting them from the assaults of the enemy. .." — Testimonies to 
Ministers and Gospel Workers (1923), page 21, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord desires us to realize that it is of great importance that we stand in 
these last days upon the platform of eternal truth. Those who think that the church militant is the 
church triumphant make a great mistake. The church militant will gain great triumphs, but it will 
also have fierce conflicts with evil that it may be firmly established upon the platform of eternal 
truth. And every one of us should be determined to stand with the church upon this platform..." - 
The Upward Look (1982), page 152, paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "The church militant is not now the church triumphant; but God loves his 
church, and describes through the prophet how he opposes and resists Satan who is clothing the 
children of God in the blackest and most defiled garments, and pleading for the privilege of 
destroying them. The angels of God were protecting them from the assaults of the enemy. . ." - The 
Review and Herald, October 17, 1893, paragraph 5 

Ellen G. White: "The church upon the earth is not perfect. The church militant is not the church 
triumphant. Earth is not heaven. The church is composed of erring men and women who will need 
patient, painstaking effort, that they may be educated, trained, and disciplined by precept and 
example, to do their work with acceptance here in this life, and to be crowned with glory and 
immortality in the future life. " — Manuscript Releases - Volume Nine [Nos. 664-770] (1990), page 
154, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The church militant is not the church triumphant. We are enjoined: [Ephesians 
6:10-17, quoted]. " - Manuscript Releases Volume Nineteen [Nos. 1360-1419] (1990), page 383, 
paragraph 2 



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Ellen G. White: "The Lord desires us to realize that it is of great importance that we stand in 
these last days upon the platform of eternal truth. Those who think that the church militant is the 
church triumphant make a great mistake. The church militant will gain great triumphs, but it will 
also have fierce conflicts with evil, that it may be firmly established upon the platform of eternal 
truth. And every one of us should be determined to stand with the church upon this platform. " - 
Sermons and Talks Volume One (1990), page 340, paragraph 2 

Ellen G. White: "The church upon the earth is not perfect. The church militant is not the church 
triumphant. Earth is not heaven. The church is composed of erring men and women who will need 
patient, painstaking effort, that they may be educated, trained, and disciplined by precept and 
example, to do their work with acceptance here in this life, and to be crowned with glory and 
immortality in the future life. " - The Ellen G. White 1888 Materials (1987), page 249, 
paragraph 2, Chapter Title: To R. A. Underwood (cf. Lt 22, 1889) 

Ellen G. White: "God has a church upon the earth, who are His chosen people, who keep His 
commandments. He is leading, not stray offshoots, not one here and one there, but a people. The 
truth is a sanctifying power, but the church militant is not yet the church triumphant..." - Ellen G. 
White Volume 4 The Australian Years 1891-1900, By Arthur L. White (1983), page 81, 
paragraph 3 

Ellen G. White: "The church militant is not now the church triumphant but God loves His church 
and describes through the prophet how He opposes and resists Satan, who is clothing the children 
of God in the blackest and most defiled garments, and pleading for the privilege of destroying them. 
The angels of God were protecting them from the assaults of the enemy... " — Testimonies to 
Ministers and Gospel Workers (1923), page 21, paragraph 2 

http://www.domcentral.org/trad/domspirit/spirit08.htm 

Advice to Dominical monks: The Dominican puts on Christ by imitating him. A great actor most 
successfully portrays an historical character when he studies his photographs, his mannerisms, the 
most minute details of his life, and especially his spirit. An actor who has done this, especially if he 
has been playing his role for an extended run, tends unconsciously to imitate the character he 
portrays. If such close imitation can be effected in the case of a fellow man, a religious can more 
easily do the same with the life of Jesus Christ, a member of the Mystical Body sharing Christ's 
divine life. We admonish the brethren to observe silence even in small houses, especially at table, 
not only because it is prescribed and is an easy means of mortification for all, but especially 
because it is altogether necessary for a contemplative life and the study of sacred truth. 
Comment: You cannot find these terms the mystical body of Christ or the church militant or 
triumphant in the Bible. Could it be that Catholicism and Adventism are two sides of the same coin? 



ELLEN G. WHITE AND HER EXPERIENCE OF THE BLESSING OF GOD 

Ellen G. White: "As I prayed, the burden and agony of soul that I had so long felt left me, and the 
blessing of God came upon me like the gentle dew. I gave glory to God for what I felt, but I longed 
for more. I could not be satisfied till I was filled with the fullness of God. Inexpressible love for 
Jesus filled my soul. Wave after wave of glory rolled over me, until my body grew stiff. Everything 
was shut out from me but Jesus and glory, and I knew nothing of what was passing around me. " 
{EW 12.1} 



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Ellen G. White: "In this state of mind I remained for three weeks, with not one ray of light to 
pierce the thick clouds ofdarlcness around me. I then had two dreams which gave me a faint ray of 
light and hope. [THE DREAMS HERE REFERRED TO WILL BE FOUND ON PAGES 78-81.] 
After that I opened my mind to my devoted mother. She told me that I was not lost and advised me 
to go and see Brother Stockman, who then preached to the Advent people in Portland. I had great 
confidence in him, for he was a devoted and beloved servant of Christ. His words affected me and 
led me to hope. I returned home and again went before the Lord, and promised that I would do and 
suffer anything if I could have the smiles of Jesus. The same duty was presented. There was to be a 
prayer meeting that evening, which I attended, and when others knelt to pray, I bowed with them 
trembling, and after two or three had prayed, I opened my mouth in prayer before I was aware of it, 
and the promises of God looked to me like so many precious pearls that were to be received by only 
asking for them. As I prayed, the burden and agony of soul that I had so long felt left me, and the 
blessing of God came upon me like the gentle dew. I gave glory to God for what I felt, but I longed 
for more. I could not be satisfied till I was filled with the fullness of God. Inexpressible love for 
Jesus filled my soul. Wave after wave of glory rolled over me, until my body grew stiff. Everything 
was shut out from me but Jesus and glory, and I knew nothing of what was passing around me. " - 
Early Writings (1882), page 12, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "Wait upon the Lord in faith. The Lord draws out the soul in prayer, and gives us 
to feel His precious love. We have a nearness to Him, and can hold sweet communion with Him. We 
obtain distinct views of His tenderness and compassion, and our hearts are broken and melted with 
contemplation of the love that is given to us. We feel indeed an abiding Christ in the soul. . . . Our 
peace is like a river, wave after wave of glory rolls into the heart, and indeed we sup with Jesus 
and He with us. We have a realizing sense of the love of God, and we rest in His love. No language 
can describe it, it is beyond knowledge. We are one with Christ, our life is hid with Christ in God. 
We have the assurance that when He who is our life shall appear, then shall we also appear with 
Him in glory. With strong confidence, we can call God our Father. Whether we live or die, we are 
the Lord's. His Spirit makes us like Jesus Christ in temper, and disposition, and we represent Christ 
to others. " - Heaven (2003), page 176, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "In this state of mind I remained for three weeks, with not one ray of light to 
pierce the thick clouds ofdarlcness around me. I then had two dreams which gave me a faint ray of 
light and hope. After that I opened my mind to my devoted mother. She told me that I was not lost, 
and advised me to go and see Bro. Stockman, who then preached to the Advent people in Portland. I 
had great confidence in him, for he was a devoted and beloved servant of Christ. His words affected 
me and led me to hope. I returned home, and again went before the Lord, and promised that I would 
do and suffer any thing if I could have the smiles of Jesus. The same duty was presented. There was 
to be a prayer meeting that evening which I attended, and when others Icnelt to pray I bowed with 
them trembling, and after two or three had prayed, I opened my mouth in prayer before I was aware 
of it, and the promises of God looked to me like so many precious pearls that were to be received by 
only asking for them. As I prayed the burden and agony of soul that I had so long felt left me, and 
the blessing of God came upon me like the gentle dew, and I gave glory to God for what I felt, but I 
longed for more. I could not be satisfied till I was filled with the fullness of God. Inexpressible love 
for Jesus filled my soul. Wave after wave of glory rolled over me until my body grew stiff. 
Everything was shut out from me but Jesus and glory, and I knew nothing of what was passing 
around me. " - A Sketch of the Christian Experience and Views of Ellen G. White (1851), page 
3/4. 

Ellen G. White: "In this state of mind I remained for three weeks, with not one ray of light to 
pierce the thick clouds ofdarlcness around me. I then had two dreams which gave me a faint ray of 
light and hope. After that I opened my mind to my devoted mother. She told me that I was not lost, 

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and advised me to go and see Bro. Stockman, who then preached to the Advent people in Portland. I 
had great confidence in him, for he was a devoted and beloved servant of Christ. His words affected 
me and led me to hope. I returned home, and again went before the Lord, and promised that I would 
do and suffer any thing if I could have the smiles of Jesus. The same duty was presented. There was 
to be a prayer meeting that evening which I attended, and when others laielt to pray I bowed with 
them trembling, and after two or three had prayed, I opened my mouth in prayer before I, was 
aware of it, and the promises of God looked to me like so many precious pearls that were to be 
received by only asking for them. As I prayed the burden and agony of soul that I had so long felt 
left me, and the blessing of God came upon me like the gentle dew, and I gave glory to God for 
what I felt, but I longed for more. I could not be satisfied till I was filled with the fullness of God. 
Inexpressible love for Jesus filled my soul. Wave after wave of glory rolled over me until my body 
grew stiff Everything was shut out from me but Jesus and glory, and I knew nothing of what was 
passing around me. " - The Review and Herald, July 21, 1851, paragraph 4. 

Ellen G. White: "Rest yourself wholly in the hands of Jesus. Contemplate His great love, and 
while you meditate upon His self-denial, His infinite sacrifice made in our behalf in order that we 
should believe in Him, your heart will be filled with holy joy, calm peace, and indescribable love. 
As we talk of Jesus, as we call upon Him in prayer, our confidence that He is our personal, loving 
Saviour will strengthen, and His character will appear more and more lovely. . . . We may enjoy 
rich feasts of love, and as we fully believe that we are His by adoption, we may have a foretaste of 
heaven. Wait upon the Lord in faith. The Lord draws out the soul in prayer, and gives us to feel His 
precious love. We have a nearness to Him, and can hold sweet communion with Him. We obtain 
distinct views of His tenderness and compassion, and our hearts are broken and melted with 
contemplation of the love that is given to us. We feel indeed an abiding Christ in the soul. . . . Our 
peace is like a river, wave after wave of glory rolls into the heart, and indeed we sup with Jesus 
and He with us. We have a realizing sense of the love of God, and we rest in His love. No language 
can describe it, it is beyond knowledge. We are one with Christ, our life is hid with Christ in God. 
We have the assurance that when He who is our life shall appear, then shall we also appear with 
Him in glory. With strong confidence, we can call God our Father. Whether we live or die, we are 
the Lord's. His Spirit makes us like Jesus Christ in temper, and disposition, and we represent Christ 
to others. When Christ is abiding in the soul the fact cannot be hid; for He is like a well of water 
springing up into everlasting life. We can but represent the likeness of Christ in our character, and 
our words, our deportment, produces in others a deep, abiding, increasing love for Jesus, and we 
make manifest . . . that we are conformed to the image of Jesus Christ." - Our Father Cares 
(1991), page 36/37. 

Ellen G. White: 'A FORETASTE OF HEAVEN. -Rest yourself wholly in the hands of Jesus. 
Contemplate His great love, and while you meditate upon His self-denial, His infinite sacrifice 
made in our behalf in order that we should believe in Him, your heart will be filled with holy joy 
calm peace, and indescribable love. As we talk of Jesus, as we call upon Him in prayer, our 
confidence that He is our personal, loving Saviour will strengthen and His character will appear 
more and more lovely. . . . We may enjoy rich feasts of love, and as we fully believe that we are His 
by adoption, we may have a foretaste of heaven. Wait upon the Lord in faith. The Lord draws out 
the soul in prayer, and gives us to feel His precious love. We have a nearness to Him, and can hold 
sweet communion with Him. We obtain distinct views of His tenderness and compassion, and our 
hearts are broken and melted with contemplation of the love that is given to us. We feel indeed an 
abiding Christ in the soul. We abide in Him, and feel at home with Jesus. The promises flow into the 
soul. Our peace is like a river, wave after wave of glory rolls into the heart, and indeed we sup with 
Jesus and He with us. We have a realizing sense of the love of God, and we rest in His love. " - 
Prayer (2002), page 11, paragraph 3. 



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Ellen G. White: "5, 6 (Psalm 104:34). Meditation Leads to Love and Fellowship.— Rest yourself 
wholly in the hands of Jesus. Contemplate His great love, and while you meditate upon His self- 
denial, His infinite sacrifice made in our behalf in order that we should believe in Him, your heart 
will be filled with holy joy, calm peace, and indescribable love. As we talk of Jesus, as we call upon 
Him in prayer, our confidence that He is our personal, loving Saviour will strengthen and His 
character will appear more and more lovely. . . . We may enjoy rich feasts of love, and as we fully 
believe that we are His by adoption, we may have a foretaste of heaven. Wait upon the Lord in faith. 
The Lord draws out the soul in prayer, and gives us to feel His precious love. We have a nearness to 
Him, and can hold sweet communion with Him. We obtain distinct views of His tenderness and 
compassion, and our hearts are broken and melted with contemplation of the love that is given to 
us. We feel indeed an abiding Christ in the soul. We abide in Him, and feel at home with Jesus. The 
promises flow into the soul. Our peace is like a river, wave after wave of glory rolls into the heart, 
and we sup with Jesus and He with us. We have a realizing sense of the love of God, and we rest in 
His love. No language can describe it, it is beyond knowledge. We are one with Christ, our life is 
hid with Christ in God. We have the assurance that when He who is our life shall appear, then shall 
we also appear with Him in glory. With strong confidence, we can call God our Father. " (Letter 52, 
1894). - S.D.A. Bible Commentary Vol. 3 (1954), page 1147/1148. 

Ellen G. White: "In this state of mind I remained for three weeks, with not one ray of light to 
pierce the thick clouds of darkness around me. I then had two dreams which gave me a faint ray of 
light and hope. After that I opened my mind to my devoted mother. She told me that I was not lost, 
and advised me to go and see Bro. Stockman, who then preached to the Advent people in Portland. I 
had great confidence in him, for he was a devoted and beloved servant of Christ. His words affected 
me and led me to hope. I returned home, and again went before the Lord, and promised that I would 
do and suffer any thing if I could have the smiles of Jesus. The same duty was presented. There was 
to be a prayer meeting that evening which I attended, and when others knelt to pray I bowed with 
them trembling, and after two or three had prayed, I opened my mouth in prayer before I was aware 
of it, and the promises of God looked to me like so many precious pearls that were to be received by 
only asking for them. As I prayed the burden and agony of soul that I had so long felt left me, and 
the blessing of God came upon me like the gentle dew, and I gave glory to God for what I felt, but I 
longed for more. I could not be satisfied till I was filled with the fullness of God. Inexpressible love 
for Jesus filled my soul. Wave after wave of glory rolled over me until my body grew stiff. 
Everything was shut out from me but Jesus and glory, and I knew nothing of what was passing 
around me. " - A Sketch of the Christian Experience and Views of Ellen G. White (1851), page 
3/4. 

Ellen G. White: "Rest yourself wholly in the hands of Jesus. Contemplate His great love, and 
while you meditate upon His self-denial, His infinite sacrifice made in our behalf in order that we 
should believe in Him, your heart will be filled with holy joy, calm peace, and indescribable love. 
As we talk of Jesus, as we call upon Him in prayer, our confidence that He is our personal, loving 
Saviour will strengthen, and His character will appear more and more lovely. . . . We may enjoy 
rich feasts of love, and as we fully believe that we are His by adoption, we may have a foretaste of 
heaven. Wait upon the Lord in faith. The Lord draws out the soul in prayer, and gives us to feel His 
precious love. We have a nearness to Him, and can hold sweet communion with Him. We obtain 
distinct views of His tenderness and compassion, and our hearts are broken and melted with 
contemplation of the love that is given to us. We feel indeed an abiding Christ in the soul. . . . Our 
peace is like a river, wave after wave of glory rolls into the heart, and indeed we sup with Jesus 
and He with us. We have a realizing sense of the love of God, and we rest in His love. No language 
can describe it, it is beyond knowledge. We are one with Christ, our life is hid with Christ in God. 
We have the assurance that when He who is our life shall appear, then shall we also appear with 
Him in glory. With strong confidence, we can call God our Father. Whether we live or die, we are 

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the Lord's. His Spirit makes us like Jesus Christ in temper, and disposition, and we represent Christ 
to others. When Christ is abiding in the soul the fact cannot be hid; for He is like a well of water 
springing up into everlasting life. We can but represent the likeness of Christ in our character, and 
our words, our deportment, produces in others a deep, abiding, increasing love for Jesus, and we 
make manifest . . . that we are conformed to the image of Jesus Christ. " - Sons and Daughters of 
God (1955), page 311, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "At that time there was faith that brought answers to prayer,— faith that had 
respect to the recompense of reward. Like showers of rain upon the thirsty earth, the Spirit of grace 
descended upon the earnest seekers. Those who expected soon to stand face to face with their 
Redeemer felt a solemn joy that was unutterable. The softening, subduing power of the Holy Spirit 
melted the heart, as wave after wave of the glory of God swept over the faithful, believing ones. " - 
The Spirit of Prophecy Volume Four (1884), page 251, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "At that time there was faith that brought answers to prayer— faith that had 
respect to the recompense of reward. Like showers of rain upon the thirsty earth, the Spirit of grace 
descended upon the earnest seekers. Those who expected soon to stand face to face with their 
Redeemer felt a solemn joy that was unutterable. The softening, subduing power of the Holy Spirit 
melted the heart, as wave after wave of the glory of God swept over the faithful, believing ones. " - 
The Story of Redemption (1947), page 371, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "In this state of mind I remained for three weeks, with not one ray of light to 
pierce the thick clouds of darkness around me. I then had two dreams which gave me a faint ray of 
light and hope. After that I opened my mind to my devoted mother. She told me that I was not lost, 
and advised me to go and see Bro. Stockman, who then preached to the Advent people in Portland. I 
had great confidence in him, for he was a devoted and beloved servant of Christ. His words affected 
me and led me to hope. I returned home, and again went before the Lord, and promised that I would 
do and suffer any thing if I could have the smiles of Jesus. The same duty was presented. There was 
to be a prayer meeting that evening which I attended, and when others knelt to pray I bowed with 
them trembling, and after two or three had prayed, I opened my mouth in prayer before I, was 
aware of it, and the promises of God looked to me like so many precious pearls that were to be 
received by only asking for them. As I prayed the burden and agony of soul that I had so long felt 
left me, and the blessing of God came upon me like the gentle dew, and I gave glory to God for 
what I felt, but I longed for more. I could not be satisfied till I was filled with the fullness of God. 
Inexpressible love for Jesus filled my soul. Wave after wave of glory rolled over me until my body 
grew stiff. Everything was shut out from me but Jesus and glory, and I knew nothing of what was 
passing around me. " - The Review and Herald, July 21, 1851, paragraph 4. 

Ellen G. White: "Heaven, I long for heaven; Christ is the center of attraction. Our future state is a 
continuation of our work in coming to God in probationary time. Heaven is the ceaseless 
approaching to God through Jesus Christ. The longer we are in the heaven of bliss, the more and 
still more of glory will be opened to us; and the more we know of God, the more intense will be our 
happiness. The eternal weight of glory is not taken in all at once, but it pours its tide, wave after 
wave, of glory into the mind and heart. When Christ said, Come unto me, he means us to walk with 
him in this life, and be filled with love, satisfied with his presence in this world. All that human 
nature can bear, we may receive here. But what is this compared with the hereafter. "Therefore are 
they before the throne of God, and serve him day and night in his temple: and he that sitteth on the 
throne shall dwell among them. They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more; neither shall 
the sun light on them, nor any heat. For the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed 
them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: and God shall wipe away all tears from 
their eyes. "[Ms 14, 1895, pp. 1, 2. (Untitled, August 10, 1895.)] - Manuscript Releases Volume 

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Six [Nos. 347-418] (1990), page 4, paragraph 1, Chapter Title: MR No. 347 - Manuscript 
Materials RequestedbyThe 1973 Seminary Prophetic Guidance Class. 

Ellen G. White: "We abide in Him, and feel at home with Jesus. The promises flow into the soul. 
Our peace is like a river, wave after wave of glory rolls into the heart, and indeed we sup with 
Jesus and He with us. We have a realizing sense of the love of God, and we rest in His love. No 
language can describe it; it is beyond knowledge. We are one with Christ; our life is hid with Christ 
in God. We have the assurance that when He who is our life shall appear, then shall we also appear 
with Him in glory. With strong confidence we can call God our Father. Whether we live or die, we 
are the Lord's. His Spirit makes us like Jesus Christ in temper and disposition, and we represent 
Christ to others. " — Manuscript Releases Volume Fifteen [Nos. 1136-1185] (1990), page 267, 
paragraph 1, Chapter Title: MR No. 1171 - Encouragement for One Who Had Been Bereaved. 

I remained in this state of body and mind a long time, and when I realized what was around me, 
everything seemed changed. Everything looked glorious and new, as if smiling and praising God. I 
was then willing to confess Jesus everywhere. 

http://www.robertpeterson.org/chap05.html 

Ellen G. White: "The humblest workers, in co-operation with Christ, may touch chords whose 
vibrations shall ring to the ends of the earth, and make melody throughout eternal ages" . (The 
Ministry of Healing, p. 159). - Christian Service (1925), page 257, paragraph 9. 

Ellen G. White: "The disciples were to begin their work where they were. The hardest and most 
unpromising field was not to be passed by. So every one of Christ's workers is to begin where he is. 
In our own families may be souls hungry for sympathy, starving for the bread of life. There may be 
children to be trained for Christ. There are heathen at our very doors. Let us do faithfully the work 
that is nearest. Then let our efforts be extended as far as God's hand may lead the way. The work of 
many may appear to be restricted by circumstances; but, wherever it is, if performed with faith and 
diligence it will be felt to the uttermost parts of the earth. Christ's work when upon earth appeared 
to be confined to a narrow field, but multitudes from all lands heard His message. God often uses 
the simplest means to accomplish the greatest results. It is His plan that every part of His work 
shall depend on every other part, as a wheel within a wheel, all acting in harmony. The humblest 
worker, moved by the Holy Spirit, will touch invisible chords, whose vibrations will ring to the ends 
of the earth, and make melody through eternal ages. " - The Desire of Ages (1898), page 822/823. 

Ellen G. White: "Christ's disciples are to reveal the spirit that reigns in heaven. . . . The humblest 
workers, in cooperation with Christ, may touch chords whose vibrations shall ring to the ends of 
the earth and make melody throughout eternal ages" (The Ministry of Healing, pp. 156-159). - 
Lift Him Up (1988), page 307, paragraph 8. 

Ellen G. White: "Speak as He would speak, act as He would act. Constantly reveal the sweetness 
of His character. Reveal that wealth of love which underlies all His teachings and all His dealings 
with men. The humblest workers, in co-operation with Christ, may touch chords whose vibrations 
shall ring to the ends of the earth and make melody throughout eternal ages. " - The Ministry of 
Healing (1905), page 159, paragraph 3. 

Ellen G. White: "Be coworkers with Him. While distrust and alienation are pervading the world, 
Christ's disciples are to reveal the spirit that reigns in heaven. Speak as He would speak, act as He 
would act. Constantly reveal the sweetness of His character. Reveal that wealth of love which 
underlies all His teachings and all His dealings with humanity. The humblest workers, in 

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cooperation with Christ, may touch chords whose vibrations shall ring to the ends of the earth and 
make melody throughout eternal ages. " [The Ministry of Healing, pp. 158, 159.]. - To Be Like 
Jesus (2004) [Gender Neutral - See FOREWORD], page 93, paragraph 5. 

Ellen G. White: "The disciples were to begin their work where they were. The hardest and most 
unpromising field was not to be passed by. So every one of Christ's workers is to begin where he is. 
In our own families may be souls hungry for sympathy, starving for the bread of life. There may be 
children to be trained for Christ. There are heathen at our very doors. Let us do faithfully the work 
that is nearest. Then let our efforts be extended as far as God's hand may lead the way. The work of 
many may appear to be restricted by circumstances; but wherever it is, if performed with faith and 
diligence it will be felt to the uttermost parts of the earth. Christ's work when upon earth appeared 
to be confined to a narrow field, but multitudes from all lands heard his message. God often uses 
the simplest means to accomplish the greatest results. It is his plan that every part of his work shall 
depend on every other part, as a wheel within a wheel, all acting in harmony. The humblest worker, 
moved by the Holy Spirit, will touch invisible chords, whose vibrations will ring to the ends of the 
earth, and make melody through eternal ages. " - The Review and Herald, October 9, 1913, 
paragraph 7. 

With practice I became better at producing the vibrations. I noticed that just before the vibrations 
came I was always "zapped" into a state of acute alertness. Sometimes it seemed as if my 
consciousness was focussed into an oval disk at my body's face. But every time the vibrations 
would slowly fade until I was back to normal again. When I opened my eyes, they were cloudy but 
slowly cleared up. My body felt very heavy and stiff. My hands were stiff and hard to open. 
Sometimes I was also slightly dizzy after the experiment. 

Comment: This person practiced out of the body experiences. Notice the waves or vibrations then 
the stiffness of body. In other places Ellen White said that she noticed everything being so dark after 
her visions. This is close to what this person experienced. 



ELLEN G. WHITE AND THE LESSER AND GREATER LIGHT 

Ellen G. White: "Sell Books That Give Light.— The Lord has sent His people much instruction, line 
upon line, precept upon precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and 
the Lord has given a lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. Oh, how much good 
would be accomplished if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry 
out the principles they contain! There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold 
more self-denial and resolute effort. And many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present 
truth." {CM 125.2} 

Ellen G. White: "The prophet John was the connecting link between the two dispensations. As 
God's representative he stood forth to show the relation of the law and the prophets to the Christian 
dispensation. He was the lesser light, which was to be followed by a greater. The mind of John was 
illuminated by the Holy Spirit, that he might shed light upon his people; but no other light ever has 
shone or ever will shine so clearly upon fallen man as that which emanated from the teaching and 
example of Jesus. Christ and His mission had been but dimly understood as typified in the shadowy 
sacrifices. Even John had not fully comprehended the future, immortal life through the Saviour. " 
{DA 220.2} 

Ellen G. White: "Sister White is not the originator of these books... The Lord has sent His people 
much instruction, line upon line, precept upon precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is 

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given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a lesser light to lead men and women to the greater 
light. Oh, how much good would be accomplished if the books containing this light were read with 
a determination to carry out the principles they contain! There would be a thousandfold greater 
vigilance, a thousandfold more self-denial and resolute effort. And many more would now be 
rejoicing in the light of present truth. " {YRP 232, 1-.3} d resolute effort. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent His people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a 
lesser light tolead men and women to the greater light. " Colporteur Ministry, p. 125.103 - A Call 
To Stand Apart (2002), page 68/69. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent his people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a 
lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. O, how much good would be accomplished 
if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry out the principles they 
contain! There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold more self-denial and 
resolute effort. And many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present truth. " - The 
Colporteur Evangelist (1950), page 37, paragraph 1, Chapter Title: Chapter 7 - A Call for 
Recruits * Published in leaflet entitled, "Open Letter." [Also published in "Review and 
Herald" January 20 and 27, 1903.]. 

Ellen G. White: "Sell Books That Give Light.— The Lord has sent His people much instruction, line 
upon line, precept upon precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and 
the Lord has given a lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. Oh, how much good 
would be accomplished if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry 
out the principles they contain! There would be thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold 
more self-denial and resolute effort. And many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present 
truth. " - Colporteur Ministry (1953), page 125/126. 

Ellen G. White: "The prophet John was the connecting link between the two dispensations. As 
God's representative he stood forth to show the relation of the law and the prophets to the Christian 
dispensation. He was the lesser light, which was to be followed by a greater. The mind of John was 
illuminated by the Holy Spirit, that he might shed light upon his people; but no other light ever has 
shone or ever will shine so clearly upon fallen man as that which emanated from the teaching and 
example of Jesus. Christ and His mission had been but dimly understood as typified in the shadowy 
sacrifices. Even John had not fully comprehended the future, immortal life through the Saviour. " - 
The Desire of Ages (1898), page 220, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "The Greater and Lesser Lights.— Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord 
has given a lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. " [Colporteur Evangelist, p. 37. 
(1902)] - Evangelism (1946), page 257, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "Ellen Whtie Calls Her Writings a Lesser Light.— Little heed is given to the Bible, 
and the Lord has given a lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light"— The Review 
and Herald, Jan. 20, 1903. (Quoted in Colporteur Ministry, p. 125.) - Selected Messages Book 3 
(1980), page 30, paragraph 4. 

Ellen G. White: "The prophet John was the connecting link between the two dispensations. He was 
the lesser light which was to be followed by a greater. He was to shake the confidence of the people 
in their traditions, call their sins to their remembrance, and lead them to repentance; that they 
might be prepared to appreciate the work of Christ. God communicated to John by inspiration, 
illuminating the understanding of the prophet, that he might remove the superstition and darkness 

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from the minds of the honest Jews, which had, false teachings, been gathering upon them for 
generations." - The Spirit of Prophecy Volume Two (1877), page 83/84. 

Ellen G. White: "With the first advent of Christ there was ushered in an era of greater light and 

glory; but it would indeed be sinful ingratitude to despise and ridicule the lesser light because a 
fuller and more glorious light had dawned. Those who despise the blessings and glory of the Jewish 
age are not prepared to be benefited by the preaching of the gospel. The brightness of the Father's 
glory, and the excellence and perfection of His sacred law, are only understood through the 
atonement made upon Calvary by His dear Son; but even the atonement loses its significance when 
the law of God is rejected. " - This Day With God (1979), page 246, paragraph 2. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent His people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a 
lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. Oh, how much good would be 
accomplished if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry out the 
principles they contain! There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold more self- 
denial and resolute effort. And many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present truth. " - 
Ye Shall Receive Power (1995) , page 232, paragraph 3. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent His people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, but the Lord has given a 
lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. O, how much good might be accomplished 
if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry out the principles they 
contain. There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold more self-denial and 
resolute effort, and many more would now be rejoicing in present truth. " - (Australasian) Union 
Conference Record, March 15, 1905, paragraph 2, Article Title: The End of All Things is at 
Hand. 

Ellen G. White: "The religion of the Jews, in consequence of their departure from God, consisted 
mostly in ceremony. John was the lesser light, which was to be followed by a greater light. He was 
to shake the confidence of the people in their traditions, and call their sins to their remembrance, 
and lead them to repentance; that they might be prepared to appreciate the work of Christ. God 
communicated to John by inspiration, illuminating the prophet that he might remove the 
superstition and darkness from the minds of the honest Jews, which had been, through false 
teachings for generations, gathering upon them. " - The Review and Herald, April 8, 1873, 
paragraph 15, Article Title: John's Mission and Death -By Ellen G. White. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent his people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little, and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a 
lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. O, how much good would be accomplished 
if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry out the principles they 
contain! There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold more self-denial and 
resolute effort. And many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present truth. " - The Review 
and Herald, January 20, 1903, paragraph 9, Article Title: AN OPEN LETTERFROM MRS. 
E. G. WHITE TO ALL WHOLOVE THE BLESSED HOPE. 

Ellen G. White: "With the first advent of Christ there was ushered in an era of greater light and 
glory; but it would indeed be sinful ingratitude to despise and ridicule the lesser light because a 
fuller and more glorious light had dawned. Those who despise the blessings and glory of the Jewish 
age are not prepared to be benefited by the preaching of the gospel. The brightness of the Father's 
glory, and the excellence and perfection of his sacred law, are only understood through the 

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atonement made upon Calvary by his dear Son; but even the atonement loses its significance when 
the law of God is rejected. " - The Signs of the Times , August 25, 1887, paragraph 9, Article 
Title: Christ and the Law; or the Relationsof the Jew and Gentileto the Law.-By Mrs. E. G. 
White. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent his people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a 
lesser light, to lead men and women to the greater light. O, how much good might be accomplished 
if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry out the principles they 
contain. There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold more self-denial and 
resolute effort, and many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present truth." - The 
Southern Watchman, February 2, 1904, paragraph 1, Article Title: The Canvasser-Evangelist. 

Ellen G. White: "The Lord has sent His people much instruction, line upon line, precept upon 
precept, here a little and there a little. Little heed is given to the Bible, and the Lord has given a 
lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light. O, how much good might be accomplished 
if the books containing this light were read with a determination to carry out the principles they 
contain. There would be a thousandfold greater vigilance, a thousandfold more self-denial and 
resolute effort. And many more would now be rejoicing in the light of present truth. " - Words of 
Encouragement to Workers in the Home Missionary Field (1904), page 6, paragraph 1. 

Comment: The Bible uses the word Lesser light and greater light only once, for the moon and the 
sun in the creation story. So who uses these terms lesser and greater light regularly and where does 
the lesser light lead us? 

http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/meaning_of masonry/thegreaterandlesserlights.htm 

Now the fact is that the candidate can only see the three greater Lights by the help of the three 
lesser ones. In other words the lesser triad is the instrument by which he beholds the greater 
one; it is his own perceptive faculty (subject) looking out upon something larger (object) with 
which it is not yet identified, just as so small a thing as the eye can behold the expanse of the 
heavens and the finite mind can contemplate infinitude. 

http://www.masonicworld.com/education/files/oct06/DEEPER%20SYMBOLISM.htm 

To each of us also from our birth have been given "three lesser lights", by means of which the lodge 
within ourselves may be illumined. The "Sun" symbolizes our spiritual consciousness (the 
higher aspirations and emotions of the soul), while the "Moon" betokens our reasoning and 
intellectual faculties, which in the same manner as the moon reflects the light of the sun in physical 
nature, should reflect the light coming from the higher spiritual faculty and transmit it into our daily 
conduct. The "Master of the Lodge" is a symbolical phrase denoting the will-power of man . 
which should enable him to be master of his own life, and control his actions, even as the stroke of 
the Master's gavel controls the Lodge and calls to order the Brethren under his direction. By the 
assistance of these "lesser lights," we are enabled to perceive what is, symbolically, called the 
"form of the Lodge," i.e. the way in which our human nature has been composed and constituted, 
the length, breadth, height and depth of our being. By them too, we may perceive how Wisdom, 
Strength and Beauty have been employed by the Almighty Architect, like three grand supporting 
pillars, in the structure of our organism. Finally, with the aid of the "lesser lights" we may 
discover that there is a mystical ladder "of many rounds or staves" or, alternatively, that there 
are innumerable path or methods by means of which men are led upwards to the spiritual 
Light encircling us all, 

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Comment: Is not Ellen White or her writings a lesser light that leads to the greater light? Does she 
not teach us about the ladder of many rounds and that we are to climb to the top? This spiritual light 
TO WHICH THE LADDER IS LEADING is not God but the light of the GREAT ARCHITECT OF 
THE UNIVERSE whom Freemasons worship. He is known as Lucifer and therefore Satan himself 
who is working through them to take hold of the throne of the world. Please note that Freemasons 
often attach different meanings to their symbols in order to keep those they are teaching in the dark 
concerning their true intent. The words lesser lights and greater lights are frequently used in their 
writings with different or plural meanings. 

Please notice above also that the master of the Lodge denotes the will-power of man. The following 
is taken from The Consecrated Way, a sanctuary manual used by SDA's. 

The WILL is king. Page 6. 

The WILL is the real you. Where is your will? Your feeling is not the real you but a reflection of sin 
in you. . . . The fight of faith is a fight of the WILL. Page 7. 

Ellen G. White: "You will be in constant peril until you understand the true force of the will. You 
may believe and promise all things, but your promises and your faith are of no account until you 
put your will on the right side. If you will fight the fight of faith with your will-power, there is no 
doubt that you will conquer. " {CTBH 148.1} 

Ellen G. White: "Every child should understand the true force of the will. He should be led to see 
how great is the responsibility involved in this gift. The will is the governing power in the nature of 
man, the power of decision, or choice. Every human being possessed of reason has power to 
choose the right. In every experience of life, God's word to us is, "Choose you this day whom ye 
will serve. "Joshua 24:15. Everyone may place his will on the side of the will of God, may choose to 
obey Him, and by thus linking himself with divine agencies, he may stand where nothing can force 
him to do evil. In every youth, every child, lies the power, by the help of God, to form a character 
of integrity and to live a life of usefulness. " {Ed 289.1} 



ELLEN G. WHITE'S DREAM OF SEEING JESUS 

Ellen G. White: "Soon after this I had another dream. I seemed to be sitting in abject despair, with 
my face in my hands, reflecting like this: If Jesus were upon earth, I would go to Him, throw myself 
at His feet, and tell Him all my sufferings. He would not turn away from me; He would have mercy 
upon me, and I would love and serve Him always. Just then the door opened, and a person of 
beautiful form and countenance entered. He looked upon me pitifully, and said: "Do you wish to 
see Jesus? He is here, and you can see Him if you desire it. Take everything you possess, and 
follow me. " I heard this with unspeakable joy, and gladly gathered up all my little possessions, 
every treasured trinket, and followed my guide. He led me to a steep and apparently frail stairway. 
As I began to ascend the steps, he cautioned me to keep my eyes fixed upward, lest I should grow 
dizzy and fall. Many others who were climbing the steep ascent fell before gaining the top. 

Finally we reached the last step, and stood before a door. Here my guide directed me to leave all 
the things that I had brought with me. I cheerfully laid them down. He then opened the door, and 
bade me enter. In a moment I stood before Jesus. There was no mistaking that beautiful 
countenance; that expression of benevolence and majesty could belong to no other. As His gaze 
rested upon me, I knew at once that He was acquainted with every circumstance of my life and all 
my inner thoughts and feelings. 

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"I tried to shield myself from His gaze, feeling unable to endure His searching eyes; but He drew 
near with a smile, and laying His hand upon my head, said, "Fear not. " The sound of His sweet 
voice thrilled my heart with a happiness it had never before experienced. I was too joyful to utter a 
word, but, overcome with emotion, sank prostrate at His feet. While I was lying helpless there, 
scenes of beauty and glory passed before me, and I seemed to have reached the safety and peace of 
heaven. At length my strength returned, and I arose. The loving eyes of Jesus were still upon me, 
and His smile filled my soul with gladness. His presence awoke in me a holy reverence and an 
inexpressible love. My guide now opened the door, and we both passed out. He bade me take up 
again all the things I had left without. This done, he handed me a green cord coiled up closely. 
This he directed me to place next my heart, and when I wished to see Jesus, take it from my 
bosom, and stretch it to the utmost. He cautioned me not to let it remain coiled for any length of 
time, lest it should become knotted and difficult to straighten. I placed the cord near my heart, and 
joyfully descended the narrow stairs, praising the Lord, and telling all whom I met where they 
could find Jesus." Christian Experience and Teachings of Ellen G. White (1922), page 27, 
paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "DREAM OF SEEING JESUS. This dream gave me hope. The green cord 
represented faith to my mind, and the beauty and simplicity of trusting in God began to dawn upon 
my soul. " - Christian Experience and Teachings of Ellen G. White (1922), page 28, paragraph 
1. 

Ellen G. White: "Dream of Seeing Jesus. Soon after this I had another dream. I seemed to be 
sitting in abject despair, with my face in my hands, reflecting like this: If Jesus were upon earth, I 
would go to Him, throw myself at His feet, and tell Him all my sufferings. He would not turn away 
from me; He would have mercy upon me, and I would love and serve Him always. " - Life Sketches 
of Ellen G. White (1915), page 34, paragraph 3. 

Ellen G. White: "Dream of Seeing Jesus. Just then the door opened, and a person of beautiful 
form and countenance entered. He looked upon me pitifully, and said, "Do you wish to see Jesus? 
He is here, and you can see Him if you desire. Take everything you possess, and follow me. " - Life 
Sketches Manuscript, page 38, paragraph 1. 

Ellen G. White: "Dream of Seeing Jesus. While I was lying helpless there, scenes of beauty and 
glory passed before me, and I seemed to have reached the safety and peace of heaven. At length my 
strength returned, and I arose. The loving eyes of Jesus were still upon me, and His smile filled my 
soul with gladness. His presence awoke in me a holy reverence and an inexpressible love. " - Life 
Sketches Manuscript, page 39, paragraph 1. 

Comment: Where and when can we find Jesus according to Ellen G. White:? In the secret 
chamber at the top of the stairs. I say secret because her guide must have closed the door behind 
Ellen and himself since he later opened that door before Ellen could go back down again. 
Remember the sanctuary Ellen White had seen where Jesus could be found behind a closed door? 

So then what does this coiled green cord represent? And why was Ellen given this cord? What was 
she to do with it? 

She was to take it from her bosom and stretch it to the uttermost. Then she would see Jesus. Now 
read the following passages and you will understand what this green cord is and what it will do: 

http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Chakra-Song&id=292009 

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Occult symbols: The following sentences are part of a poem on the shakras. This part refers to the 
heart shakra. Notice the fact that even the word cord is being used. 

Now the sweet green loving chakra power opens like a flower ...Repeat until your heart chakra's 
12 petals stretch into radiating cords of energy then move to the YES line... 
Yes, the sweet green loving chakra power opens like a flower 

http://www.angelfire.com/stars3/breathe_light/chakras.html 

-The Seven Chakras- 

Chakras are like the non-physical organs. Physical simply means that a material is on a wavelength 
that is dense enough for us to perceive. (Other categories of density are astral, etheric, mental. Prana 
being an etheric substance.) Chakras are like organs in our energy flow. Sort of like the heart in our 
blood flow. There is an entire energy flow in our body, even though we can't see it. 




On the picture (left) our seven main chakras. They are placed along a vertical line. Nothing in our 
body was randomly created. The fact that there are seven of them has an important scientific value. 
So does the fact that they are in the colors of the rainbow. 

The chakras support our body with energy. Chakras, meaning 'wheel' in Sanskrit language, spin. 
This movement is rather the intensity of the chakra's strength. The stronger this intensity, the 
brighter and stronger the chakra. Chakras together support the energy flow. 

http://www.ancientspiral.com/dragon.htm 

The most reverential of cultures towards snakes were the Aztecs of pre-Columbia. One of their 
principal gods was the Feathered Serpent, Quetzalcoatl. One of the most enigmatic and fascinating 
figures in ancient religion and mythology, Quetzalcoatl was most often portrayed as a green 
serpent with a feather-crested head, similar in many ways to the Chinese dragon. He came to 
represent water, rain, the wind, human sustenance, penitent, self-sacrifice, re-birth, the morning star 
of Venus and butterflies. Unlike most other Aztec deities, Quetzalcoatl was said to oppose all forms 
of sacrifice apart from self-bleeding. However, his brother Tezcatlipoca was jealous of the god's 
purity and goodness, and cast an evil spell to transform Quetzalcoatl into a pale-skinned, bearded 
human. Shortly afterward, Quetzalcoatl sacrificed himself in order to return again, with the bones 
from the Underworld which would be made into human beings. Quetzalcoatl taught his creation all 
he knew, and bestowed gifts of fire and maize. He could also heal the sick. Once satisfied, 
Quetzalcoatl was said to have sailed into the West on a raft of serpents, with the promise that he 

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would one day return. 

http://ezinearticles.com/7Kundalini — the-Secrets-and-Dangers-of-the-Coiled- 
Serpent&id=214842 

"Kundalini," which means "the coiled one," is the invisible holy energy that yogis believe 
resides at the base of our spines, coiled just like a snake in the equally invisible energy center 
(chakra) called "Muladhar," close to the coccyx. 

Comment: Please note that even among those who are into spiritualistic practices that there are 
slight differences of opinions. The coiled snake supposedly resides in the base of our spine but as it 
is meant to travel upwards to our minds it will at some stage of course reside in the heart region. 
Notice also that there is a number seven employed here. The seven or eight rounds of the ladder 
basically represent the seven shakrahs of the body. 

Notice that Satan can nearly always find access and take control over mankind by means of the 
senses, especially through sexuality. In the Old Testament Satan could not curse God's people but he 
managed to get them destroyed by introducing wicked women into the camp of the Israelites. 
Commencing with the lower regions, symbol of the senses, Satan gains access to the central or heart 
region which represents man's soul (inner feelings and thoughts). If he can control man from this 
point he can reign also over man's spirit which is supposed to connect with God. Satan's aim is to 
thus harness man's power in the battle against Christ and heaven. Think back now on Ellen White's 
frequent use of the term the "true force" of the will. Separate "true force" from the will compare it 
with the invisible holy energy mentioned above. Another name of this force is Kundalini. 

http://ezinearticles.com/7Kundalini — the-Secrets-and-Dangers-of-the-Coiled- 
Serpent&id=214842 

Yogis believe that no spiritual knowledge and "final liberation" (nirvana) is possible without 
awakening this Kundalini energy. 

When awakened through long years of hatha-yoga, meditation, prayers and "grace," Kundalini 
allegedly rises along the "shusumna," the non-physical energy channel that parallels the human 
spine, and shoots up towards the brain. 

Along the way, Kundalini supposedly "pierces through" (according to the classical description 
in yogic texts) the seven chakras until it reaches the one on the top of the skull - the Crown 
Chakra. 

I've witnessed scary cases where I couldn't tell if the person was on his way to getting liberated and 
illuminated, or to the nearest mental asylum. 

One early author, Gopi Krishna, whose Kundalini was awakened pretty much accidentally, wrote in 
great length about the agonies he went through for years to "control the fire" that was consuming 
him nonstop day and night. 

Thus you should be very careful before you make any attempts to "awaken" your Kundalini on your 
own. I don't think there are too many people in the world who really know the exact nature of this 
process and things can go wrong suddenly, sometimes without a remedy or a cure. 

Comment: As you can see from the above, meddling with this energy that is supposedly within the 

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human being, or within devils or wherever this power comes from, is extremely dangerous and will 
end with disastrous results for everyone. My Bible says the following about the disastrous result of 
this very same phenomena: And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and 
they have no rest day or night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth 
the mark of his name. Revelation 14:11. Notice that smoke is always the result of a fire. People 
will go through agonies because of this "fire" that will consume them nonstop day and night! ! ! ! ! 
The Bible uses the symbol of fire for false worship or religious practices. 

It looks like we do not need to take part in the eastern mystical religions or in spiritualism in order 
to release this terrible power. Those who continue to believe and promote Ellen G. White: as a 
prophet of God after they have seen the origins of her writings will end up being tormented by 
evil spirits day and night! It will be the logical outcome of placing ourselves under the control 
of an evil spirit who inspired her writings. 

We have to conclude that Ellen White was a medium the devil has been and is deceiving millions of 
honest souls. Faith in her as a prophet of God and reading and accepting her writings has caused 
them to fall into a spiritual sleep regardless of how much they pray or study the Word of God at the 
same time. The essence of beast worship is the acceptance of man-made doctrines. By accepting 
doctrines of devils we are effectively worshipping the dragon. See Revelation 13:3-4. 



OTHER EVIDENCES OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE CRAFT OF REEMASONRY IN 

ADVENTISM: 

After the disappointment of 1 844, Israel Dammon who had been in one of the earliest meetings of 
Adventists was apprehended for being a disturber of the peace and sentenced to 10 days in a house 
of correction. But he never went to jail because a Freemason bailed him out. 

Here follows another incident with regards to a Mr Faulkhead a Seventh Day Adventist who himself 
said he had been the highest positions in several Freemasonry Lodges. 

No 4 of Biographical books: Ellen White Gives the Secret Signs 

She spoke most earnestly of the dangers of his connection with Freemasonry, warning that "unless 
he severed every tie that bound him to these associations, he would lose his soul. " She repeated to 
him words spoken by her guide. Then, giving a certain movement with her hands that was made by 
her guide, she said, "I cannot relate all that was given to me. "-Letter 46, 1892. {4BIO 52.2} 

At this, Faulkhead started and turned pale. Recounting the incident, he wrote: {4BIO 52.3} 

"Immediately she gave me this sign. I touched her on the shoulder and asked her if she knew what 
she had done. She looked up surprised and said she did not do anything unusual. I told her that she 
had given me the sign of a Knight Templar. Well, she did not know anything about it. " - DF 522a, 
N.D. 

"They talked on. She spoke further of Freemasonry and the impossibility of a man being a 
Freemason and a wholehearted Christian. Again she made a certain movement, which "my 
attending angel made to me. " - (MS 54, 1899). {4BIO 52.5} 

Again Mr. Faulkhead started, and the blood left his face. A second time she had made a secret sign, 
one known only to the highest order of Masons. It was a sign that no woman could know, for it was 
held in the strictest secrecy - the place of meeting was guarded both inside and outside against 

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strangers. "This convinced me that her testimony was from God, " he stated. - Ibid. {4BI0 53.1}. 
LINKS: 

1) Hobbes Place: An Exploration of Adventist History and Culture (More Masons) 
http://h0bbes.wordpress.com/2007/02/06/more-masons/ 

2) The Masonic Connection In the Foundation of the 7th Day Adventist Church 
http://www.cephas-library.com/seventh_day_adventists/7th_day_adventism_freemasonry.html 

3) Progressive Adventism: William Miller: A Freemason? 
http://progressiveadventism.com/2007/01/26/william-miller-a-freemason/ 



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