On The Trail Of LA Marzulli
hristian prophecy figure LA Marzulli is yet another false prophet, dressed in researcher garb, who specializes in the field of the Nephilim. Part of a burgeoning movement of prophecy authors, radio show hosts, and TV personalities who present flashy examinations of the presence of fallen angels masquerading as ET, Marzulli is just another Jewish Supremacist, who is aggressively moving the Antichrist agenda of the apostate Judaeo-Christian religion towards its foreordained tragic end.
LA Marzulli is a Rapture Cultist who dazzles shallow “believers” with Pseudo-Sci Fi presentations addressing the return of the Nephilim. Steeped in the lore of the giants, Marzulli is a classic example of how the huge body of prophecy teachers who seek to expose the Nephilim connection to the ET phenomena, assume a Jewish Supremacism, in which contemporary Jews around the world, still comprise the “chosen people.”
Anticipating a modern holocaust, teachers like Marzulli are focused on how the Nephilim will return as our Saviours, posing as benevolent extraterrestrials. Thus, most of his output is related to exposing that particular deception. The problem is, in this scenario, the so called Judaeo-Christian religion is strengthened, as it is the Jewish Supremacists who separate Israel and the Church – a foundational error of momentous proportions.
The Nephilim mysteries capitalize on our collective fascination with the unusual – a phenomena which is widespread, as evidenced by the plethora of big budget films, TV series, and even the massive comic book convention known as Comic Con. By waxing eloquently on the account of the Fallen Angels found in the pre-flood story of Genesis 6, large numbers of Christian communicators are able to feed off the world’s affinity for science fiction, by stretching a Biblical worldview around it.
To be certain, the Nephilim account is Scriptural, and the idea of a return of the “Fallen Ones” (Nephilim in the Hebrew), dressed up as aliens who will come to rescue a desperate world, is a genuine phenomena. However, the large body of Christian prophecy figures who consider themselves called by the LORD to alert the “Church” to the danger are, to a man, espousing Another Gospel at the same time. Such is the case with the affable Marzulli.
Lynn “LA” Marzulli rarely ventures into the Biblical texts, but when he does, it betrays a serious lack of understanding of the Gospel, as is the case in the entire body of Rapture Cult teachers. A master practitioner of the process known as the Dialogue To Consensus, Marzulli’s vernacular is constantly laced with “in my opinion,” or “I believe that,” to say nothing of the hackneyed phrase, “in my humble opinion.”
Unfortunately, vast numbers of believers don’t realize the God of the Bible deals in absolutes – and everyone’s opinion is fit for the dung heap, for that mode of thinking is not found in the mind of Christ. In this regard, LA Marzulli may present himself as a lamb, but his words are pure Dragonspeak.
The now classic aliens are fallen angels presentation is geared around a scenario in which the world finds itself on the brink of destruction, and the “aliens” arrive to save us. Predictably, such will present themselves as having been here in antiquity, and involved in our very creation. The legends vary, with some following the Zechariah Sitchin model wherein the “aliens” (whom the late writer believed were aliens mistaken for angels) advanced our DNA with high tech sorcery, through the mingling of their own substance with the existing animal world on earth. Other versions have them seeding human kind on this planet in the first place.
The point is, the Bible tells us the fallen angels were implicated in the conditions which culminated in the flood of Noah and, since Jesus told us the end times would be “as it was in the days of Noah” (Luke 17:26), large numbers of clever communicators such as LA Marzulli see their life’s mission as “waking up” the Church to the impending danger.
And Marzulli is adept at communicating a substantial body of data pointing toward the angelic presence. Fluent in subjects such as the “ley lines” (a theoretical ancient grid system suggesting Neolithic global navigation), and the many artifacts showing the presence of giants with elongated skulls, Marzulli moves easily from secular UFO venues to Christian podiums with his exotic presentations.
The problem is the theology which is concealed under the surface of the bouncing ball of the fallen ones. Like virtually all of the Nephilim inquisitors, Marzulli rarely moves into any meaty prophecy, but his references to the Antichrist, a rebuilt temple, the clash with Islam, and a modern day physical city of Babylon running things in the last days, betray his faulty Dispensational worldview.
Marzulli speaks about the Jews returning to the land, which is a common theme referenced by Jewish Supremacists. Of course, the Bible tells us in Romans 2 there are no physical Jews anymore after the cross, and Revelation even warns us about “the synagogue of Satan” (Revelation 3:9) in the last days -- which is comprised of those “which say they are Jews, and are not” (Revelation 2:9) -- but Marzulli never goes very deeply into theological subjects which have direct bearing on the salvation and identity of the believer.
The huge error concerning the identity of Israel is particularly acute when he follows the other gospel which hijacks Daniel 2’s passage about mingling with the seed of men. This profound prophecy tells us the LORD sets up the kingdom of God in the days of the kings of Daniel 2 – which are obviously Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome. Most Rapture Cultists try to tell us the “kings” in the text are the 10 kings portrayed in Revelation, which are thought to emerge in the end times, but that’s not what Daniel says.
“And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed…” (Daniel 2:44).
The only kings mentioned in this chapter are the four kingdoms of Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome – and it is in those days that the prophet tells us the kingdom of God will arrive. Although the Scriptures never tell us the toes of the great statue seen in the passage are kings, Marzulli assumes this error and, with all the other Rapture Cultists, sees the toes in the dream representing 10 contemporary kings. This pushes the arrival of the kingdom of God to our time, when the entire New Testament tells us it arrived during the Roman Empire – obviously associated with the life and times of the only begotten Son of God.
This is a critical error, for the kingdom of God arrived with Jesus Christ – during the time of the Roman Empire, or “in the days of these kings,” as the verse specifies. This fact is not negotiable, and the subject is not open for dialogue, as various commentator’s “opinions” will invariably lead the believer astray. Further, because the toes of the statue dream of Nebuchadnezzar are said to be “mingled” with iron and clay, as described in the passage, Marzulli and others completely misread the Word of God, instead substituting their flawed conjecture.
“And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay” (Daniel 2:41).
In this slippery sleight of hand, Marzulli and the theological Neanderthals who think they’re saving us from the Nephilim, claim the clay represents the fallen angels mingling with “the seed of men” in the last days. The truth is, the “clay” in the prophets represents the redeemed of Israel – hardly an unimportant aspect of prophecy.
“But now, O Lord, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand” (Isaiah 64:8).
Even the Apostle Paul likens the Christians – who are Spiritual Israelites, and the heirs of salvation -- to the analogy of the potter’s clay:
“Hath mot the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishounour?” (Romans 9:21)
Since the clay in the image represents the redeemed of the LORD, who became “sons and daughters [of] the Lord Almighty” (II Corinthians 6:18) when JESUS arrived with the kingdom of God (“in the days of these kings”), the believers are no longer “the seed of men” described in Daniel, for we are now the seed of God:
“Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever” (I Peter 1:23).
In short, with his Antichrist “opinion,” Marzulli has mistaken the seed of God – the genuine believers -- for the Nephilim!
There is no mystery how this deception, which reverses the roles of the redeemed with the devils, came about. Marzulli openly acknowledges his influences as the Dead Sea Scrolls, the non-canonical book of Enoch, and even the widely discredited Bible Codes. In this regard, the computerphile phrase of “garbage in, garbage out,” comes to mind.
Ironically, in mistaking the sons of God (who are the Spiritually redeemed who are imaged in the book of Daniel as potter’s clay) for the Nephilim, “believers” like Marzulli are inadvertently fulfilling the verse by seeking to mingle the divine nature of the saved sons of God, with the “seed of men” who, in the Rapture Cult system, are the physical Jews who reject Jesus Christ.
It’s all about flesh and blood with Marzulli, and those caught in the Rapture Cult. Genetic manipulation, the Nephilim dressed as aliens stealing women and impregnating them, political intrigue, wars with the Arabs, and an Antichrist treaty with the Jews, are his stock in trade.
LA Marzulli even tells the story of a vision he had of the so called “Rapture,” which shows the true depth of his deception. The truth is, lying signs and wonders, such as dreams and visions of the Rapture, would never be presented as truth by the LORD, when the doctrine is a direct contradiction to the plain teaching of Scripture. It is a fact the Rapture Cult originated as a lie hatched in the pit of Hell, and LA Marzulli is in it up to his eyeballs.
Marzulli even delves into the nonsensical micro chip scenario, where the Mark of the Beast is supposedly all about a computer chip. In his case, he presents a novel theory wherein an alien implant will be introduced by the Nephilim, and this will give people a longer lifespan – allowing their physical existence to be extended to several centuries. This supposed inducement to his version of the Mark of the Beast shows his entire scenario is based on a Flesh and Blood gospel, in which the modern nation of Israel is to be initially deceived by the fallen ones, then rescued by the LORD, at the time of the end.
Christian Media has repeatedly taught about what we call the Nephilim Stratagem, and it’s basically a double deception, as the body of Judaeo-Christians are the target – not because the fallen ones will convince them they actually are aliens sent to help mankind, but because the religious power structure which opposes them is stitched together with the other gospel of Jewish Supremacism.
The New Testament pointedly tells us the only real Jew (or Israelite) is one who has been circumcised in their heart – through the Spiritual rebirth in Jesus Christ which arrived two thousand years ago (Romans 2:28, 29). The idea the Jewish people are still chosen based on a flesh and blood paradigm found in the Old Covenant, was superceded by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The fact is, the Nephilim scenario functions as a smokescreen to subtly insinuate that it will be the supposed chosen people of the contemporary Jewish state, in partnership with the “Church,” who will expose, and subsequently defeat, the return of the fallen ones. In reality, those who are in truly in Christ are the Spiritual fulfillment of the Potter’s Clay – born again believers who are comprised of former Jews and former Gentiles (Galatians 3:28), who are now the sons and daughters of the living God.
-- James Lloyd