Dragon In The Holy Place

Published on: November 15, 2013



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I have chosen this design for my cover to convey a message.  The dragon, satan, who deceives, is seated in a pulpit.  This is a pulpit from which the readers used to read Scripture to worshippers in the synagogues in Jesus’ time.

It has come to my attention that many churches have done away with, or refused deliverance, in order to establish karate programs.  These churches have not been “radical” churches on a tangent, but hard-line denominational churches.  Churches have not allowed prophets to come into their churches, but have allowed psychics to do so.

The dragon who is waiting at the feet of “the woman” (church) to devour the manchild, is trying to do it from the pulpit.  Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing!  The Bible tells us, “to try the spirits to see whether they be of God.”  Are we doing it?  Are we asleep?

Let’s throw the dragon out of our churches, out of our lives and out of our homes and get cleaned up for Jesus’ return.


Glen and Erma Miller, Editing
Palm Beach Post, Article, “School Goes Berserk”
Doug Jarrard, Article, “The Karate Cult”
Chris Mondragon, Cover Design

Also my deepest appreciation to my wife Edie, and Pauline Miller, for without their help this work would not be completed.


With our nation hungering for spiritual fulfillment, eastern religions, the occult, and the martial arts are overtaking our people as by a landslide.

Ten years ago when I first set foot in a dojo, that is to say, a Judo practice hall, Judo was the fastest growing sport in the Amateur Athletics Union (AAU).

With most of our major Christian denominations having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof, our young people eagerly walk right into false religions, the occult, and the martial arts.

Few people realize the ties that exist between the martial arts and eastern religions.

Buddhism started in North India in the sixth century, BC, as an offshoot of the Hindu Religion.  Gautama founded  it as a protest against the caste system of Hinduism.

Zen Buddhism is a Japanese Buddhist sect.  Where Hinduism has many deities, and Buddhism has deified its teachers, Zen Buddhism rejects the worship of any and all deities, as well as religious authority ritual.

Zen Buddhism asserts that enlightenment and spiritual liberation comes from meditation and intuition, rather than the Buddhist scriptures.  The Zen Buddhist looks inside himself for truth and enlightenment, rejecting the Word of God.

Fallen man, as a sinner, cannot look within himself for truth, for man’s mind is perverted by sin.  (Jer. 17:9; John 6:41-45; Rom. 1:18-25; Rom. 3:10-23; 1 Cor. 2:14; 2 Cor. 4:4)

The Buddhist religion is the backbone of Japan’s jujitsu, karate, and judo, as well as China’s kung fu.

Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, and Yoga all have three things in common.  First is the practice of meditation, which is called transcendental meditation in Yoga, mystic meditation in Buddhism, meditation or “Zen” in Zen Buddhism, and Samhadi in Hinduism.

All of these are one and the same.  They are occult practice of “self-hypnosis.”  This is the same practice that is required to go on to perfection in judo, karate, kung fu, and most other martial arts.

Transcendental meditation is done in the lotus position, making the body pyramid-shaped.  Then the mind of the meditator must be brought into a complete state of passivity, after which the meditator induces within himself a state of self-hypnosis.  When the meditator meditates on a thought in this susceptible state of mind, he is actually placing a post-hypnotic suggestion into the mind.

In all religions that include this occult meditation, the meditation is considered the necessary vehicle to attain revelation, and the fulfillment of the doctrines of these religions.

In 1972 I read on marijuana in a book entitled, “A Child’s Garden of Grass”.  The author’s source claimed that he could meditate much better while using marijuana.  I also found this to be true.

Self-hypnosis, self-induced trances, transcendental meditation, yoga, Zen, mystic meditation, or whatever you wish to call them, creates in the meditator’s mind a perfect state of passivity.  This opens the doors and drops the hedges, allowing every possible kind of unclean spirit and demonic power to enter.

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