Black Electrons

False Prophet Ronald Weinland was in Georgia yesterday.  A large group was there, including Audra.  Ron did not deliver the sermons, allowing Terry and Wayne to split them.  He did announce that, during the ministerial meetings the prior week in the palatial digs at the Venetian Hotel, Resort, and Casino, planning was underway for a Feast of Tabernacles next year.  Even though he doesn’t know if it will be possible.  Trust me, PKGers, it will be possible.

Terry blathered on about the commitment to “this way of life”.  Spending a few days at the Venetian Hotel, Resort, and Casino would be a motivator to that way of life.

Wayne gave a physics lessons.  It seems that thoughts are electrical charges.  Satan broadcasts black electrical charges.  On the other hand, God’s mind is captured on the PKG website.  It seems that God is confused, because the website states:

Roderick C. Meredith is guilty in his failure to acknowledge Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong as the prophesied Elijah to come, who would restore all things to God’s true Church.

God doesn’t realize that Ronald Eugene Weinland is the prophesied Elijah to come, who is continually coming up with new truths.  Herbert Armstrong was only a type of the end-time Elijah, paving the way for Ron.

Wayne stated that the mockers of PKG members would be given an opportunity to change their minds and repent.  When reviled, PKG members should not revile back.  Fred Roberts of New Zealand and Zachary/helpingusoon of Arizona apparently didn’t get that message based on what they posted in comments here on this blog.  But Ron didn’t get it either, since he issued a curse for my speedy death from the inside 22 months ago.


  • Atrocious says:

    Ole Ron-god is a piece of work, isn’t he? I wonder how long it takes him to think up these things? Does he dream all this crap and he thinks it’s from God? Does he drink till he’s drunk, and that’s how he thinks up this stuff? Or does he go into some kind of trance and the “spirits” talk to him then? Maybe he uses the Ouija board? I wonder if he uses voodoo dolls in the likeness of his mockers to stick pins in? Does he brew magic potions in his cauldron (flavor aid) to give his followers so they obey him like zombies? How about a crystal ball? I wonder if he wears a rabbits foot around his neck.

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Actually this was from Deputy Sheriff Wayne’s fevered imagination. Of course he learned at the feet of a master. 😉

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Black electrical charges?! So incredibly laughable it is amazing to believe that anyone follows these charlatans. Why would Satan even need electricity? If spiritual beings are beyond this realm, then I’ll bet they have something more subtle and amazing than electrical charges! Oh man, let’s be a little more inventive please. How about cough syrup flavoured charges for your brain mouth?

  • excogger says:

    More PKG physics…..Maybe if Satan accumulated enough black electrons for his dastardly work he would cause a black hole, be sucked into it and never be seen again in this universe. Makes about as much sense as Ronnie’s rantings.

  • Baywolfe says:

    So, Satan broadcasts black electrical charges does he? Should we start looking for tinfoil hats to become part of the Sabbath day dress?

  • Atrocious says:

    And lightning rods, too. LOL

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Oooh, oh! I feel the black electrons bombarding my mind! Time to don the “Sabbath foil”! LMAO

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    I see dead people …. *hides behind blanket*

    Wayne’s World….. *shudder*

  • GD says:

    Pkg members do not listen to Wayne -I reviled my wife saying she was crazy to believe ronalds crap . She made a denuncia here in spain saying i had insulted her and under spanish law i was treated like a wife beater -handcuffed and put in prison for 15 hours until the court case the next morning where the lies and accusations were dismissed and i was totally absolved of any offence .
    She also took pleasure in texting my 16 year old daughter in the UK and telling her -your Father is in prison !!!
    These fanatics just do not realise the damage that they do .

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    GD, maybe your wife should listen to Wayne. In this weekend’s sermon, Wayne discusses PKG members being reviled. Start listening at 1 hour and 31 minutes in the file on the PKG website (will be a few minutes earlier than this next week after they trim the announcements at the beginning).

    Didn’t hear anything about having your reviler thrown in jail.

  • Whisper says:

    GD, that is flat out depressingly sad. In defense of someone she “wants” to believe in to fulfill “her” need she makes trouble for you and goes through the added trouble to do much more damage by e-mailing your (her?) daughter far away telling her that her father is in jail? Did she mention that she was the instrament of putting you there? That it is her “want” of Ron that demands that “she” put you in jail for deriding her “faith” in a con man?

    Ugly, ugly, ugly… and all the while Ron is living it up in Vegas or Austrailia or some such.
    It’s a trail of destruciton left by those who could care less because it touches them not at all.
    Ron’s bill is rather large and this add’s to it. All in the name of delusion.

    Go figure?

  • Atrocious says:

    GD, I’m so sorry about all of this. I hope someday her eyes will be opened and she can see the evil-ness behind her idol. My ex spent a lot of time turning my children against me – and now that they are grown men, they have come to understand the truth behind the lies. Hang in there, GD. You are not alone.

  • JB says:

    GD, my heart goes out to you. From personal experience I know the distuction that RW can cause in a family. This blog can be an excellent support system because you realize you are not alone. RW is a very evil man that uses mind control to hang on to his little group. From what he says and his actions, he cares nothing about his little flock other than getting their money. Family and loved ones that don’t follow him are of no concern, how very sad.

  • Mal says:

    Just to clarify, Mike, that in this week’s sermon Wayne Matthews stated he was providing a physical analogy for a spiritual concept.

    He said that basically mankind’s natural mind is hostile to God, and quoted Isa 55:8: “My thoughts are not your thoughts, and my ways are not your ways”, declares the LORD.

    The best analogy he could give was that, before the light of God comes into our lives, our carnal minds are in darkness or blackness. If you see our thought processes as electrical charges, Satan broadcasts black electrical charges which our thought processes happily respond to.

    When God calls us, its like a piece of light sparks across the blackness of our mind and we begin to see the spiritual things of God. God’s light illuminates our minds more and more, overcoming the blackness and influence of Satan.

    Seemed like a reasonable analogy to me.

  • Atrocious says:

    Yeah, yeah, yeah…. Like he really knows. I’m beginning to think, Mal, that anything the PKG ministry says, you go along with. I think you are caught, hook, line and sinker. Oh well, your life, your choice.

  • Avalokiteshvara says:

    Just to clarify Mal: Before the light of God came into MY life it was all light and joy. Afterwards was all Herbert W. Armstrong and darkness…

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Since there is no such thing as a “black electrical charge” or a “white electrical charge”, it’s not a physical analogy.

    But if thinking could be black, it would be that of PKG members as related by GD, and a number of other family members who have revealed that their families have been financially and emotionally devastated by their family member following Weinland.

    And the blackest thinking would be that of Weinland himself, spreading his false prophecies and using the proceeds to support his ego trips and physical trips.

    Mal, I noticed that you didn’t have anything to say about Ron’s stay in the Venetian 5-star Resort Hotel AND Casino.

  • Kirrily Xpkg says:

    Mal, it seems to me that you are not being objective at all in any of this. If you were, one could reasonably assume that you would at least find fault with SOMETHING in PKG. And if not, well, why haven’t you joined?

  • Mal, please carefully consider the following questions and information :-

    1/ When you first join the group do you get any ‘instant’ friends?
    2/ Does everyone dress more or less the same, act the same, and talk the same?
    3/ Is questioning the group, or the group leaders, discouraged or frowned upon?
    4/ Does everyone in the group believe exactly the same things (i.e. what the leaders tell them to believe)? Is there no room for individual belief or opinion even in minor areas?
    5/ Is reading any literature critical of the group discouraged?
    6/ Does the group believe that it is an elite and exclusive organization which alone has ‘the truth’ and answers to life’s questions?
    7/ Does the group pour scorn upon, ‘attack,’ and mock other Christian churches and their interpretation of the Bible?
    8/ Does the group discourage association with non-members (except, maybe for the possibility of converting them to the group)?
    9/ Does the group give you ‘black and white answers’? — What the group agrees with is right and what the group disagrees with is wrong.
    10/ Does the group tend to withhold certain information from you? Are the more unusual doctrines of the group not discussed with you until you are more deeply involved in the movement?

    If you answered ‘yes’ to more than (say) two of the above questions you are in danger of being manipulated by con men and women who use powerful mind control techniques which bypass your ability to critically evaluate and question the group.

    If you stay with the group for longer than the indoctrination period, these questions will become more relevant :-

    1/ Do you feel that no matter how hard you try, the ‘good deeds’ you perform for your group are never quite enough? As a result of this do you often feel plagued with feelings of guilt?
    2/ Have you attempted to disable your own critical thinking abilities by ‘shelving’ various doubts about the group or group’s teachings?
    3/ Are others in the group, who do not conform to the requirements of the movement’s teachings, treated with suspicion and treated like second class members?
    4/ Do you feel fearful of leaving the group? Many ‘cults’ use subtle fear tactics to stop members from leaving. For example, the group may imply that those who leave will be attacked by the Devil, have a nasty accident, or at least not prosper because they have left ‘the truth’.

    However, do not become depressed – because all is not lost!
    The option to leave the cult will always be available.
    The last three paragraphs in this blog page should help you achieve that aim :-

    (Questions above originally supplied by Spotlight Ministries – Used by permission. )

  • Mike (DDTFA) says:

    Peter, you wouldn’t know it from what Mal has posted on this thread, but elsewhere he has indicated that he has not actually joined PKG.

    Is that fence getting a bit uncomfortable to sit on, Mal? Given the continued failure of his prophecies?

  • Okay that’s fine, no problem. Actually I had wondered about that! I guess if he reads what I posted he’ll know how to recognize a destructive cult (aka: a high demand religious group). By the way, if I was reading those things for the first time, and realized some of the behavior in the group I had joined (or was thinking of joining), I would be ‘running’ in the opposite direction! .lol. … However, that’s me! … Once you’re under the spell of a cult leader it can be hard to extract yourself from it. It would *very hard for some personalities, especially when they are blocked from reading or hearing material that is critical of the group. …. cheers.