Green Eggs And Hamp?
Nephilim Author Douglas Hamp Claims Genetic Mutation Will Produce The Image Of The Beast
he above reference, drawn from children’s author Dr. Sues’ childlike rhyme entitled Green Eggs and Ham, was recently alluded to by prophecy author Doug Hamp, who connected genetic research to his worldview on the Biblical phenomena of the fallen angels, more frequently referred to as the Nephilim.
Describing how Taiwanese researchers have “mingled the seed of genetic materials of pigs and jellyfish, that glow in the dark to create real life green eggs and ham,” Doug Hamp tells us this is indicates that Satan’s end time’s agenda is associated with genetically transforming mankind into a different species – one which will reflect the wicked persona of the Devil himself.
Douglas Hamp is yet another Jewish Supremacist, whose presentation includes extensive material on the Nephilim. A key figure in the next generation of Rapture Cult leaders, like so many other modern teachers in our high tech world, Hamp emphasizes the technically exotic, and in his output he includes quite a bit of data on genetics. With a recently authored book on the subject of the Image of the Beast, he displays a serious familiarity with genetic engineering – combined with a complete lack of understanding of the Gospel itself.
Reminiscent of the senior apostate Chuck Missler, Hamp is eloquent, and speaks quickly, reeling out citations from a variety of sources in support of his thesis. Unfortunately, he is Rapture Cult all the way, and places a great emphasis on the return of the Nephilim, as a key factor in the end times.
Thus, Hamp claims the Jewish people are the “Israel” which will supposedly be redeemed after the so called Rapture, complete with a classic theological rendition of the rise of the “Antichrist.” In reality, Doug Hamp represents a steadily rising level of sophistication in the present round of Spiritual seduction, which is being rolled out to deceive the very elect.
Educated in Jerusalem with a Masters from Hebrew University, and thoroughly indoctrinated by the long corrupted Calvary Chapel branch of the Rapture Cult, Doug Hamp personifies the next wave of false prophets, who are even more proficient at deception than their lying forebears.
The core error, as usual, is the failure to apprehend the genuine Gospel of Jesus Christ, in which the LORD fulfilled His promise to redeem Israel – an astonishing work which Christ completed at the cross.
“Blessed be the Lord God of Israel; for he hath visited and redeemed his people, And hath raised up an horn of salvation for us in the house of his servant David” (Luke 1:68, 69).
So said Zacharias, the priest of Israel, at the news the Saviour was alive in the womb of Mary, the cousin of his wife, who came to stay in his house for several months. Since Zecharias “was filled with the Holy Ghost” as he spoke, we might note that he concluded that God “hath visited and redeemed his people” – a powerful Scriptural indicator the kingdom of God had arrived – at that time.
Indeed, the fact that the 1st century Jews collectively failed to recognize the kingdom of God then, as they expected it to arrive in conjunction with a physical conflagration associated with the destruction of Israel’s enemies, we note how the modern Rapture Cult is making the same mistake:
“…if I cast out devils by the spirit of God, then the kingdom of God is come unto you” (Matthew 12:28).
Since the kingdom of God arrived with Jesus the king, and the prophet Daniel said it was in the days of the Roman Empire the Lord of heaven would set up the kingdom of God, prophets like Doug Hamp who refuse to acknowledge Jesus established the kingdom of God 2,000 years ago, are preaching another gospel.
“Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion: shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, thy king cometh unto thee: he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and riding upon an ass, and upon a colt the foal of an ass” (Zechariah 9:9).
Accordingly, the misguided “Christians” in the Jewish Supremacist Rapture Cult, who tell us the kingdom of God has not yet arrived because it awaits the defeat of the Nephilim in the last days, are now echoing the rejection of Jesus which originated with the Pharisees. Furthermore, since the physical Jews who rejected Jesus are not the “Jews” described in the New Testament era, in accord with Romans 2 which tells us a Jew is now a person who has been circumcised in their heart (which is an allusion to being born again in the Spirit of Jesus Christ), Doug Hamp clearly preaches another Gospel.
Along the way, he has helped to energize the growing number of false prophets who are also caught in the Nephilim Stratagem, where the prophecy teachers see the Fallen Ones as returning, claiming to be extraterrestrials, and Hamp, like all the others, is out to expose them. The truth is, this approach fronts in the Judaeo-Christian apostasy of the supposedly two saved bodies of Israel and the Church, when there is actually only one saved body, and that is Spiritual Israel.
Hamp sees “a counterfeit Rapture” conducted by the Nephilim to explain away the alleged “real” Rapture; thus the counterfeit serves to validate the supposed genuine article, when the Rapture doctrine itself is a fraud. This convoluted theory serves to mask the rise of the Antichrist power, which has already been manifested in the politically powerful state of Israel.
With the so called “Church” whoring out as ecclesiastical Babylon in support of this charade, we see the two powers of Israel and the Church (associated with the two beasts of Revelation 13), with Israel inhabited by the spirit of Antichrist, and the Church inhabited by the spirit of the False Prophet -- and Douglas Hamp is deeply complicit in this false doctrine. Thus, he is not only lethally deceived himself (II Timothy 3:13), he is leading many into this Strong Delusion.
Hamp details the ungodly trend towards trans-humanism, as well as modern genetic engineering, as he sees things in the physical realm, and even acknowledges that he sees Bible prophecy as, and I quote, “extremely literal” – a fallacious proposition that supports the rise of the militant, Little Horn state of Israel, to its prophesied position of world dominion steering the world power of America - and all of this is occurring in the name of the LORD.
He quotes from all kinds of Rapture Cult figures, and is a regular speaker at conferences – panels which are dominated by the ever expanding cult that kidnapped Christianity. A master practitioner of the Dialectic, which is the language of Lucifer, Doug Hamp can also be found in friendly debates with theological rivals, offering his opinion, which is, of course, worthless like all opinion. What we need is the absolute divine truth of the Word of God, and that is only found when the Spirit of the LORD moves – a very rare phenomena in these wicked times.
This brings us to the Dialogue to Consensus, or the Dialectic process, at which teachers like Hamp are so proficient. A huge multitude of believers have become convinced they can agree to disagree with other “believers” so long as they all “believe in Christ,” but that’s just the point. The reality is the spirit which facilitates the cordial toleration of false doctrine has already ensnared our entire generation. The ultimate goal of the Spirit of Hell in the Church, is to cause those who dwell on the earth to embrace the Spirit of Death embodied in the first beast of Revelation 13.
That Spiritual “Death” is manifested through the denial that the kingdom of God has come down to us, but “don’t worry” the False Prophet tells us, the LORD will yet keep His promise to “Rapture” us, and then He will keep all those very old promises, and redeem Israel. The truth is, the Bible says those who deny that Christ fulfilled the messianic prophecies in His life, ministry, death, and resurrection, have actually denied the LORD Himself.
Thus, if we say that Jesus did not fulfill the record that God gave through the prophets, such as Daniel’s epic statement which tells us when the kingdom of God will arrive, we have actually denied the Son of God:
“Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son….he that believeth not God hath made him a liar; because he believeth not the record that God gave of his Son” (I John 2:22, 5:11)
One of the consistent traits of the Cult is how they consistently reverse key passages by a diametrical 180 degrees. Prophecies such as the 70 Weeks which apply to Christ, are instead applied to Antichrist – again denying the record that God the Father gave of His Son. Prophecies dealing with the Spiritual body of Christ, are applied to the physical body of unrepentant Israel. Multiple prophecies tell us the blessing of Abraham is through His seed, JESUS CHRIST – yet Jewish Supremacists like Doug Hamp practice replacement theology, as they have replaced Christ with Israel, by claiming the Jews are the seed of Abraham.
“Now to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, which is Christ” (Galatians 3:16).
In his presentations, Hamp inserts a subtle reversal of what the text actually states, and applies Daniel 2:44 to the Nephilim – who are the fallen sons of God, when the passage actually speaks of the redeemed Sons of God.
Actually, there are several related errors, which compound Hamp’s faulty worldview; but Daniel’s prophecy of the statue kingdoms of Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome, imaged as the statue with the head of gold, arms of silver, brass belly, and iron legs, leads us to that critical verse which says
“In the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed” (Daniel 2:44).
Virtually all Rapture Cultists make the same mistake, and it’s a deadly deception. Because the statue has toes which are a mixture of iron and clay, Doug Hamp assumes when the text says in the days of these kings, it means the days of the 10 kings of Revelation. In fact, he flatly states, and I quote, “the horns, the 10 kings, and the 10 toes are all one and the same” (Genetics of the Mark of the Beast, Doug Hamp DVD).
We could just as easily say the toes of the statue represent the 10 Commandments, as there is no Scripture that says the 10 toes represent anything at all. In fact, not once does Daniel’s prophecy even mention ten toes, nor does it even hint they represent kings. Incredibly, while he inserts an unstated period of 2,000 years, which has supposedly elapsed by abruptly jumping to the end times, and simultaneously identifies the image’s toes as 10 kings (an assumption which is entirely absent from the text), he also ignores adjacent text which is germane to the subject.
For example, II Samuel 21:20 tells of a Nephilim giant, related to Goliath of Gath, who had six toes on each foot; so since Doug Hamp tells us the toes represent Nephilim who return to rule, if that were the case, there should actually be twelve toes.
The fact is, there is no verse that says the toes of the statue dream in Daniel total 10, or 12. There is no verse which says the toes are the same as the 10 kings, or even the 10 horns, seen in a different vision of Daniel. There is no verse which inserts two millennia somewhere around the shins or ankles of the statute dream. These assumptions are part of a widespread Rapture Cult phenomena we’ve dubbed Invisible Scripture, where the Spirit of “Hell” in the False Prophet, in its quest to draw the multitude to the “Death” inhabiting the Antichrist, inserts unstated understandings which are absent from the Word of God.
What the verse in question does describe is four kingdoms, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome, and it is in the days of those kings the Kingdom of God is predicted to arrive. This means that Doug Hamp, and all the other Rapture Cultists, still do not recognize the true Kingdom of God, even though it arrived in the person of Jesus Christ in the days of the old Roman Empire. The passage in Daniel then goes on to speak of another similitude, and that is the miry clay which is consistently likened to Israel.
“O house of Israel, cannot I do with you as this potter? Saith the Lord. Behold, as the clay is in the potter’s hand, so are ye in mine hand, O house of Israel” (Jeremiah 18:6).
Since the iron of the statue clearly represents Rome, and the potter’s clay represents Israel, chronologically introduced when the kingdom of God is set up “in the days of these kings,” it is Israel which is the clay which does not cleave to the iron. Obviously, the Jewish leadership had come to an accommodation with the Romans (John 11:48), so it is the redeemed Israel, which is in view. Furthermore, the “Israel” imaged as clay in Daniel, is not the same as the Old Testament physical Israel, as the LORD told both Jeremiah and Isaiah he was going to reconfigure the clay (Jeremiah 18:4, Isaiah 29:16) – and this would occur when the kingdom of God arrives in the days of these kings.
This means that Doug Hamp, and all the other Rapture Cult false prophets preaching the Nephilim will mingle with men in the end times, are in a horrendous error, as it misidentifies who is saved and who is not saved – hardly an unimportant issue. Furthermore, Doug Hamp has consistently followed the Antichrist pattern of reversals, in that the clay in Daniel is the redeemed of the LORD, but his false gospel has transformed the clay into the Nephilim – the exact opposite.
Scripture teaches that once you fall into a serious error, and resist the Spirit of the LORD who seeks to pull you back to the truth, you start a progressive slide the text calls the Strong Delusion. It also mentions the Snare which shall come upon the whole world, and the widespread emergence of the Nephilim Stratagem, wherein the false prophets, thinking they’re helping the body of Christ to resist the Alien/Nephilim deception, inadvertently reinforce the false doctrine of the true identity of the body of Christ.
There are already vast numbers of so called believers who have fallen into this Snare, and Doug Hamp is a key player in the next wave of this Antichrist fraud. Further, alleged believers who think they can “halt between two opinions” (I Kings 18:21) and not respond to the truth in these statements are scheduled to be shocked when the last day finally arrives.
The overwhelming majority of our evil and adulterous generation of “believers,” steeped in the relativism inherent in the Dialectic Spirit which has long leavened the “Church,” will find the tenor of the present work to be offensive. However, the Word of God is our guide:
“This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke them sharply, that they may be sound in the faith” (Titus 1:13).
In this regard, we emphatically urge all those who dwell on the earth to reconsider the things they’ve been taught.
“Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith…” (II Corinthians 13:5)
– James Lloyd