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    Farewell Texe Marrs (1944-2019)

    By Mark Anderson
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    It's always a solemn event when someone from the patriot community passes on to what one might call "the great newsroom in the sky," yet it's difficult to think of someone who left a bigger mark on the movement than Texe Marrs.

    As gutsy in his writing as he was passionate about Christ and country, Marrs was a man on a mission against the forces of the New World Order. Having authored scores of books and producing myriad radio shows and video productions, Marrs devoted the better part of his life to exposing the dark designs and illicit influences of the Illuminati, and the Babylonian Talmud and Kabbala, among many other things, including freemasonry. Thankfully, he managed to complete his most recent book, Psychopaths: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, released on Dec. 1.

    "Texe was a tenderhearted man who would tear up just talking about the tragedies that were happening to our world," remarked Michelle Hallmark Powell, Marrs's longtime staff associate at Power of Prophecy Ministries based in Austin, Texas, where Marrs's religious and scholarly pursuits were based.

    Sharing with AFP the remarks that she made at Marrs's funeral, Ms. Powell continued: "Texe tried to make a difference, so he constantly warned the world of the evils that were at-hand and coming.

    He was a watchman on the wall! But, to the glory of his Savior, he tried his utmost to help us to understand the mercies of Christ Jesus."

    At the age of 75, Marrs, who actually retired in 2017 due to health concerns, passed on to his heavenly home on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019 at his home in Spicewood, Texas.

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    "Texe had been physically failing for some time with a combination of heart, kidney, and lymphedema issues. He would be down for a time, bounce back for a bit, and then relapse, each time recovering less and less. [His wife] Wanda started calling the family together. On Nov. 16, he asked Wanda and his sister to take him to the hospital, and he never recovered. . . . Wanda and many of the grandchildren were by his side when he passed," a post on the Power of Prophecy website explains.

    Besides his wife, Wanda, survivors include his sister Sharon (Gary) Peltier, sister Essie Holder, and son Steve Rogers as well as grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and other relatives. Texe was predeceased by his parents, brothers Joe Edward Marrs and Troy Marrs Jr., sisters Shirley McConnell and Joyce Carter, and by his beloved daughter, Sharon Kaye Rogers Norris.

    Born Texe William Marrs to Troy Marrs Sr. and Josephine Marrs on July 15, l944 in Fred, Texas, he graduated from Port Neches-Groves High School in 1962. He joined the Air Force the day he left school and embarked on a stellar military career of 20 years of service. His obituary added, "Texe was an ordained minister and pastor of Bible Home Church. He and . . . Wanda, founded Living Truth Ministries in l985 and later in 1999 changed the name to Power of Prophecy and RiverCrest Publishing. He authored over 55 books, including three number-one international bestsellers. He retired as a captain from the Air Force. . . . He served on the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin for five years and also taught political science and psychology for two other universities."

    Several well-wishers who are accomplished writers and researchers contacted the Power of Prophecy office.

    Right before Texe passed, Canadian blogger and Illuminati researcher Henry Makow wrote in an email, "Michelle, tweeted the news about Texe to my 17,000 followers and had an unusual response of 160 'likes' and 74 retweets. This is 10 times my usual response and shows that many people love Texe."

    James Perloff, the author of The Shadows of Power, one of the top books on the infamous Council on Foreign Relations about which Texe also wrote, noted: "Michelle, I heard this news over the weekend. Have been praying for Texe's family and for all of you at Power of Prophecy. . . . Texe was a unique individual, with insights into both geopolitical and theological truths that very few clergy have. He will be sorely missed by all of us, but surely welcomed with joy into the ranks of Heaven."

    This AFP writer recalls meeting Texe at a 2010 AFP conference in Austin that he helped organize. He was courageous in the face of controversy. And he was always in good cheer--a true gentleman, preacher, and scholar. Other clergy, many of whom are scared of their own shadow, would do well to grow a spine and follow his example.

    A funeral service with military honors was held Nov. 27 at Cook Walden Mortuary in Austin. Memorial contributions may be made in Texe's name to Bible Home Church or RiverCrest Publishers, 4819 R.O. Drive, Suite 102, Spicewood, Texas 78669.

    The Power of Prophecy staff plans to continue Marrs's work. The regular radio show continues at www.TexeMarrs.com and via shortwave at WWCR 4.840. Those wanting to write to the staff please email either Sandra@texemarrs.com or Michelle@texemarrs.com.
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    Texe Marrs July 15, 1944 – November 23, 2019


    Play Tribute Movie Texe Marrs (age 75) passed from this life to his heavenly home with his Savior, Jesus Christ, on November 23, 2019 at his home in Spicewood.. He was born to Troy Marrs, Sr., and Josephine Marrs on July 15, l944, in Fred, Texas. He graduated from Port Neches-Groves High School, Port Neches, in 1962 and joined the United States Air Force the next day for a stellar career of 20 years of service.
    Texe was predeceased by his parents, his brothers Joe Edward Marrs, Houston and Troy Marrs, Jr., Houston; his sisters Shirley McConnell, Lumberton, Tx, and Joyce Carter, Lumberton, Tx; and his beloved daughter, Sharon Kaye Rogers Norris of Dripping Springs. Survivors include his wife, Wanda, sister Sharon (Gary) Peltier, Charlestown, IN, Philip Carter, brother-in-law, Lumberton, and Maritza Marrs, Houston, sister Essie Holder, Austin, sister-in-law Bonnie Marrs Smith, Houston, son Steve Rogers (Teri) Ventura, Ca and grandchildren Daniel, Jessica of Ventura, CA and Elizabeth Schneider (Nick) great grandchildren Judah and Colbie of Conifer, CO; grandson Brian Rogers (Tess) and great grandchildren Alyssa, Cody, Abigail Kaye and Colton, of New Braunfels, along with numerous nephews and nieces. Texe was an ordained minister and pastor of Bible Home Church (biblehomechurch.org). He and his wife, Wanda, founded Living Truth Ministries in l985 and later in 1999 changed the name to Power of Prophecy and RiverCrest Publishing. He has authored over 55 books, including three #1 international bestsellers. He retired as a captain from U.S. Air Force after 20 years. He served on the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin for five years and also taught political science and psychology for two other universities. A Summa Cum Laude honoree at Park University, he earned his graduate degree at North Carolina State University.

    He finished his most recent book, Psychopaths: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, which is to be released December 1. It can be purchased at RiverCrest Publishing.
    Services with military honors to be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, Cook Walden Mortuary, 6300 William Cannon Drive, Austin, TX.

    In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Texe’s name, to Bible Home Church or RiverCrest Publishers, 4819 R.O. Drive, Suite 102, Spicewood, TX 78669.

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    Texe Marrs on Infowars - Robot Alchemy: A Look into the Transhumanism Death Trap:

    From the French Revolution to the Singularity, Texe Marrs and Alex Jones explore the past, present, and future as they dive into both the positive and negative progress of technology and artificial intelligence, leaving us to ponder about where humanity may go from here, and whether the Bible does accurately predict our next moves.

    KEYWORDS AND MAIN DISCUSSION POINTS:
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    Illuminati, Elite, French Revolution, Communist Revolution, High-Tech Revolution, Robots, Police State, Military Drones, Spying, Adam Wieshaupt (Founder of Illuminati - in 1776), American Revolution, Surveillance Grid, DARPA, Robots, Singularity, EATR Project (Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot), Bio-weaponry, Smart Meters, Military Industrial Complex, Cybernetics, Zombies, Transhumanism, Cyborgs, Bio-chips, The Matrix, Virtual Reality, Super-human, Immortality, Avatars, Depopulation, Foxconn, Unemployment, Slave Labor, Robot Sentinels, Apple, Useless Eaters, Obama, Taxes, 3 Laws of Robot, Issak Asimov, Global Elite, H.G. Wells, Bohemian Grove, Skull and Bones, Council of Foreign Relations, Aurora, Truth Serum Drug, Hypnotics, 1984, Bible, Jesus, Rapture, Christianity, Book of Revelation, Alpha Dog, President Kennedy, JFK, President Eisenhower, Prison Planet, Infowars, Dumbing Down, Alex Jones, Israel, Jewish Mafia, Eugenics, Henry Kissinger, Middle East, 13th Tribe, Rothschild, Saudi Arabia, Albert Pike, Kabbalah, Spirituality

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    I am indebted to my knowledge of who Texe Marrs is from a former Avalon member Didgevillage, a.k.a. "Didge". In his 60 days on Avalon, Didge added to every thread his idea of who was a Yamika wearing, torah toting "crypto Jew" (The Bushes, the Clintons, most of the Supreme Court), or how the holocaust was a complete fabrication by Jews. When I asked him where he was getting all his information from, he provided me to the links to Texe Marrs podcast, and so I spent a little time looking into him.

    Texe Marrs was a fundamentalist Christian minister, author and radio host. He is rabidly anti-Jewish, anti-Christian, and anti a lot of other human beings on this planet. Unlike most fundamentalist ministers who rail against people because they are seen as violating a very rigid biblical commands, Marrs concentrates on connecting them all to some type of conspiracy. He doesn't offer very much in terms of proof, but he does spend a lot of time emotionalizing the accusations he puts out there.

    For instance, in one broadcast, he talks about the death of Antonin Scalia at a ranch in Shafter Texas owned by the Order of St. Hubertus. Marrs spends about 15 minutes talking about how this was at an event focusing on pedophillia, but offers zero proof to back up his claim. Since Shafter is near the Mexican border and the Pope was visiting Mexico, he claims that the Pope was also in attendance. Again, no evidence, or nevermind that the Pope was about a thousand miles away from Shafter. Since Scalia, a Roman Catholic, praised how Jewish law had been one legal tradition that influenced our more modern tradition, Marrs considers him to be a "crypto-Jew", along with all the other Catholic justices on the Supreme Court.

    If there is any doubt about the intensity and vehemence of Marr's raving hatred, here is a passage from his book "Holy Serpent of the Jews."

    Quote Today, we are on the threshold of a horrifying new epoch of Jewish history. Now, comes the Holy Serpent, slithering from his fiery abode in hell to wreak havoc upon humanity. Jesus once declared, “Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers. How can ye escape the damnation of hell?”

    Amazingly, the Jews have proven to be exactly what Jesus prophesied. They are the People of the Serpent, unregenerated hypocrites whose religion is unparalleled in its treachery, its wickedness, and its unbounded filth. The Kabbalah and the Talmud, authored by the rabbis, are the very code of hell, the doctrines of devils.

    On the surface, the Jews appear to be pious, humanitarian, charitable, and good. The very picture of saintly human beings, they are said to be exalted and true, God’s Chosen. But appearances are deceiving. The evil spirits of those who once worshiped Moloch, who fashioned a golden calf in the desert, and who tortured and tormented Jesus Christ are back, and the whole world is in jeopardy.
    There are many fine serious researchers of conspiracy, of history, of how power has been secretly wielded in a way detrimental to humanity. Marrs work is a complete mockery of their work. It is unfortunately that careless, angry, irresponsible people like Marrs put their work out there and misdirect the public's attention at the wrong people, and give the conspiracy community a bad name. I am not happy he is dead and I extend my condolences to his family. But I do hope that his work is quickly forgotten, and I think it will be, as it contains so much in the way of vitriol and little in the way of critical thinking or any real responsible research.
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    A few more Texe Marrs quotes from Yquotes.com

    Quote The goal of the Jewish Masonic elite is to establish dictatorial Illuministic Communism and to enslave all mankind under the thumb of a Jewish master race led by a world messiah who is to rule from Jerusalem.
    On Ron Paul:
    Quote Is Ron Paul a Bible-believing Christian that believes in the book of Genesis all the way to Revelation? I seriously doubt that, but compare him to these other clowns. Compare him to these other buffoons. Compare him to these other lying, blaspheming dogs. Am I a bad person for saying things like that? It's just true."
    On Hillary Clinton:
    Quote Hillary Clinton reveals family secret masquerading as a Christian and Gentile, she's actually Jewish and her grandmother was the Yiddish-speaking Della Rosenberg. Why is the First Lady only now telling the world she's a Jew?"
    Not sure who he is referring to here:
    Quote Now let's get this straight. You're a pastor of a church supposedly or a bishop. A guy in your church is a big homosexual faggot, and he's a U.S. senator, but you know people might accuse you of meddling if you told him if that's a sin and that he's going to have to leave the church if he doesn't change."

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