Herbert Armstrong Was A False Prophet

I have revived the late church of the late prophet, Herbert Armstrong. They tore down his radio station that did not broadcast The Word of God, because Herbert’s prophecies did not come true. He did not forsee the coming of Trump, who has roots in Germany. He did see the Russians as a great threat, and, he saw Britain withdrawing from the European Union – that he predicted would be formed. Not bad!

“However, Armstrong was certain that if Britain joined the European Common Market, either before or after it became the United States of Europe, Britain would withdraw, and would eventually be attacked by ten nations in the ultimate federation of a……”

What Herbert FAILED TO SEE, was that the head of the KGB would declare himself leader of the Russian Orthodox Church – for life! He never believed Communist Russia would fall, and an aspect of THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE – would be reborn! There is no doubt in my mind that Evangelical Prophets, who surround Trump, are now putting all their chips down on this New Roman Empire, and, the idea that Putin is the Anti-Christ that must come before Jesus comes back. My New Radio Church will expose this covert activity, put it in the light – for the whole world to see. I need help spreading His Message.

Jon ‘The Prophet’



In a July 24, 1983, letter he wrote, “The very first issue of the Plain Truth magazine appeared February 1934—just 50 years ago lacking about six months. The article starting on the cover page warned of a coming sudden appearance of a resurrected ‘Holy Roman Empire’ in Europe—a union of 10 nations in Europe under one government, with one united military force. For 50 years I have been crying out to the world the Bible prophecies of this coming ‘United States of Europe’—a new united superpower perhaps more powerful than either the Soviet Union or the United States!”



Third Rome is the hypothetical successor to the legacy of ancient Rome (the “first Rome“). Second Rome usually refers to Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire, officially called “New Rome“, or one of the claimed successors to the Western Roman Empire such as the Papal States and the Holy Roman Empire.[2]

After the fall of Constantinople in 1453 AD, Mehmed II declared himself Kayser-i Rum, literally “Caesar of Rome“.[10] The claim was recognized by the Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople, but not by Roman Catholic Western Europe.

In four campaigns, the Emperor transformed his “Carolingianfeudal and federal empire into one modelled on the Roman Empire. The memories of imperial Rome were for a third time, after Julius Caesar and Charlemagne, used to modify the historical evolution of France. Though the vague plan for an invasion of Great Britain was never executed, the Battle of Ulm and the Battle of Austerlitz overshadowed the defeat of Trafalgar, and the camp at Boulogne put at Napoleon’s disposal the best military resources he had commanded, in the form of La Grande Armée.


Eastern Orthodox Catholics and Roman Catholics are the result of what is known as the East-West Schism (or Great Schism) of 1054, when medieval Christianity split into two branches.

The Byzantine split with Roman Catholicism came about when Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne, King of the Franks, as Holy Roman Emperor in 800. From the Byzantine viewpoint, this was a slap to the Eastern Emperor and the Byzantine Empire itself — an empire that had withstood barbarian invasions and upheld the faith for centuries. After Rome fell in 476, Byzantium was the only vestige of the Holy Roman Empire.

Charlemagne’s crowning made the Byzantine Emperor redundant, and relations between the East and the West deteriorated until a formal split occurred in 1054. The Eastern Church became the Greek Orthodox Church by severing all ties with Rome and the Roman Catholic Church — from the pope to the Holy Roman Emperor on down.

Over the centuries, the Eastern Church and Western Church became more distant and isolated for the following reasons:



The Roman Empire was divided into a predominantly Greek speaking Eastern half and a Latin speaking Western half, resulting in a separation into two empires: The Western Empire and the Eastern Empire (also known as the Byzantine Empire or Byzantium) with the passing of Theodosius I in AD 395. With the fall of the Western Empire in 476 CE, the whole of what had been the western part of the empire was ruled by Germanic people. The subsequent mutual alienation of the Greek-speaking East and the Latin-speaking West led to increasing ignorance of the theological and ecclesiological developments of each tradition.

Radio Church – Gone!

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KORE – is gone! I blame the insipid and unwritten rules of Networking that goes on in the Emerald Valley, where I know few people, but, know a hell of a lot!


I repeatedly begged Marilyn and Kenny Reed to create a webpage starting ten years ago. Alas, when they got someone in their network of people to do this FOR THEM, it was decided I had way too much knowledge about the Reeds, and, I must be liquidated. I knew them better – than they knew themselves!

The Choir Church was used as their battering ram to take away my Individual Rights and Freedoms. Loners must die on the the Green Networking Valley, because they can give EVERYONE a bad name, especially if they run a newspaper – and don’t give a rat’s ass about being loyal to THEIR GROUP. I talked briefly with Belle Burch after she launched HER NETWORK at me. She did admit it was a mistake not telling me who HER FRIENDS are., and how she was networking with them.

With the toppling of Herbert Armstrong’s radio tower, comes Gloom& Doom for the Networking Nation, because, Herbert invented the Mega End Time Evangelical Church that invited Donald Trump to join their Holy Hayride. When other Evangelical Networks saw this, Trump soared in the polls. Monkey see, Monkey do! If Trump becomes President, then history will trace his Victory back to Springfield, the Home of the Simpsons.


Herbert Armstrong was a Pioneer! Neil Laucata may have let one of Oregon’s most famous landmarks – bite the dust! If so, he is part of a vast conspiracy that the creator of the Simpsons is aware of. But, because he broke away from the Emerald Networkers (The Ozmos) so he can really be SOMEBODY, he is a marked man, who dare not tell the whole  truth about our founding fathers. I told Christine in New York that Jebediah is not the Founding Father of Springfield, nor is Eugene Skinner the Founder of Eugene. He is this man, this statue, given the name ‘The Pioneer Father’. Who does he look like? I told Christine the ancestor of the alleged founder of Shelbyville (Eugene) recently blew into town to throw a monkey wrench in the works of a land swap. I have joined his cause, his growing network that is tired of our city monuments being given the sledge hammer. What are they trying to hide? We may not be part of the Union, is my guess.





One blogger asks this

“The statue of our town founder belongs in our town square and the statue of our area’s (and maybe the state’s) most famous author belongs in front of the Library.”


I have received death threats over the battle for Ken Kesey Square. A Jazz artist threatened my life after saying this to me on the phone;

“Do you know how much damage you have done?”

I am now looking for someone to string my videos together and make a movie I can enter in the Cannes Film Festival. Christine has offered me a place to live back East. She is concerned about my safety. We are planning a two person art show.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2016


A man who says he is a descendant of Eugene and Mary Skinner says he will seek to intervene in a case in Lane County Circuit Court that could help decide where Eugene’s new City Hall and the county’s new courthouse will be built.

Ken Darling, who says he is a great-great-grandson of Eugene’s city founders, intends to assert that a land swap being contemplated by the city and county would violate his ancestors’ intentions for the property.


The Pioneer is a thirteen-foot-tall bronze sculpture located on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene, Oregon. It was the artistic work of Alexander Phimister Proctor, commissioned by Joseph Nathan Teal, a Portland attorney. On the day of is unveiling, May 22, 1919, a great ceremony was held complete with playing of the university orchestra. It included attendance from persons all across the state, the majority of enrolled students, and a special section of the crowd was reserved for the remaining pioneers. In fact, a pioneer by the name of T. G. Hendricks and his granddaughter held the honor of removing the canvas cover, unveiling the statue.[1]


it’s not what you know but who you know

  1. For success, and especially to obtain employment, one’s knowledge and skills are less useful and less important than one’s network of personal contacts.

John Ambrose <braskewitz@yahoo.com>



Jul 13 at 1:50 PM

My friend Ben Toney titled me “The Sage of Oregon” this morning. We have Fair Rosamond as a common ancestor. Ben was a head of Radio London, that due to censorship, broadcast from a ship off the coast. He knew all the great music stars in Britain and the US. I showed him this video of Chuck Kesey telling me how proud Springfield was to get the Grateful Dead tossed out of a downtown bar – and there you were! I might have a video of my interview with you. Ben is looking for a home for his history – too. ‘Hands across the water”

Genesis of the New Radio Church

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When Herbert Armstrong founded ‘The Radio Church of God’ in 1933, there was no television. The first televised event on Laura Street in Springfield may have been when Tom Adams of KVAL came to cover the memorial we had planned for Hollis Williams in a vacant building on Laura that was slated to be torn down. However, when the landlord got wind of it, he evicted us, and the first altar I made. When I told him Hollis was a homeless Veteran well-loved by all the folks at Safeway, which was just around the corner, he said;

“Then take your memorial over there!”

At the last-minute, Pat at Gyzmobyte got our tribute moved to the Campbell Center. The obstacles that got in the way of saying goodbye to Hollis on March 12, 2013, was epic. My ministry was waylaid, until I returned to Laura Street June 14, 2015. When I noticed all the America Flags waving around KORE radio, I was overcome with the truth that some things are inalienable. The spirit we put there when I climbed a ladder to nail the holder for the flag I purchased, did not parish. Indeed, this was a resurrection. Hollis looks down, and is well pleased.

Radio and publishing[edit]

In October 1933, a small 100-watt radio station in Eugene, Oregon, KORE, offered free time to Armstrong for a morning devotional, a 15-minute time slot shared by other local ministers.[23] After positive responses from listeners, the station owner let Armstrong start a new program of his own. On the first Sunday in 1934, the Radio Church of God first aired.[24] These broadcasts eventually became known as The World Tomorrow of the future Worldwide Church of God.[25] Shortly thereafter, in February, 1934, Armstrong began the publication of The Plain Truth, which started out as a church bulletin.[24] It was at this time that Armstrong began to make prophetic claims and among them were the claims that Hitler and Mussolini were the prophesied Beast and False Prophet of the Book of Revelation who would deceive the nations for a short time just before the return of Jesus Christ. This piqued the interest of his audience. The broadcast expanded to other cities, and in 1942 began to be broadcast nationwide from WHO of Des Moines Iowa, a 50,000-watt superstation.[25]

Critics point to statements in his early writings that proved to be inaccurate.[26] For example, a statement from a lead article in the February 1939 edition of The Plain Truth, about a coming world war, said this:

By way of brief review of previous articles, and radio messages, notice, first, that this war will involve ALL nations. It will be the first real world war. Secondly, it will center around Jerusalem….And thirdly, this war will END with the Second Coming of Christ![27]

From his new contacts in Los Angeles, Armstrong began to realize the potential for reaching a much larger audience. He searched for a suitable location and chose Pasadena, California, as being ideal as it was a conservative residential community. During this time, Armstrong also reflected on starting a college to aid the growing church, by teaching and training young men and women. Hence, in 1946 Armstrong moved his headquarters from Eugene to Pasadena and on March 3, 1946, the Radio Church of God was officially incorporated within the state of California.[25] He purchased a lavish mansion on Millionaires Row just off of the Rose Parade route on Orange Grove Boulevard, quickly acquired his own printing plant, and was broadcasting internationally in prime-time radio time slots. On October 8, 1947, his new college, Ambassador College opened its doors with four students.

International expansion[edit]

During the 1950s and 1960s, the church continued to expand and the radio program was broadcast in England, Australia, the Philippines, Latin America, and Africa. In 1953, The World Tomorrow began to air on Radio Luxembourg, making it possible to hear the program throughout much of Europe.[25] The beginning of the European broadcast provides the context of a booklet published in 1956 called 1975 in Prophecy! In this book Armstrong put forward a controversial vision of what the world could look like by 1975—featuring illustrations of mass burials and tidal waves destroying cities.[28] Overall he thought that World War III and Christ’s glorious return were at the doorstep and that world peace and utopia would follow. Armstrong believed that God had exciting plans for mankind that would see the end of such wars—though the message went far beyond an earthly utopia.[29]

Several books and booklets focused on the key events that would signal the imminence of Christ’s return, and taught of a specific end-time prophecy to be fulfilled, manifested in the form of European peacekeeping forces surrounding Jerusalem, at which time God’s Church would be taken to a place of protection, or “place of safety”—possibly Petra in Jordan.[15] World War III was predicted to be triggered by a “United States of Europe” led by Germany which would destroy both the United States and the United Kingdom.[30] From the place of safety they would continue the work and prepare to help Christ establish Utopia upon His return.

In these videos you will see the place on the McKenzie River where I baptized myself in 1987. It is located about 58 miles from Laura Street. I took my neighbor Albert Hurt to Cowboy Church a couple of years ago. We lived on Oakdale St. but, Alberta moved to the apartment building I lived in in 1990 where I studied the Bible and worked on my theological novels ‘The Lion of God’ and ‘Where Art Thou?’  Alberta lives 50 yards from Laura St. Most of my spiritual work occurred within two hundred yards of the radio tower.

The New Radio Church honors all American Veterans, and is dedicated to making sure God and the Truth is on their side whenever they go into battle.

Jon ‘The Nazarite’



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SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – John Presco raised the flag Monday to remember his friend, Hollis Williams.

Presco hopes in the next few months he can raise enough money that Williams’ death will not have been in vain.

“He doesn’t have a home right now. He’s homeless in a morgue and I’m entering my anger stage on that,” said a downcast Presco.

It’s anger that he’s working out with a hammer. Presco mounted a new U.S. flag this Monday, raising Old Glory for the friend he lost Friday morning.

Presco said he found the 58-year-old Williams dead in his apartment Friday – an apartment Williams had moved into only 2 months ago.

According to other vets, Williams was well known in the homeless community who was often at a nearby Safeway store, collecting cans.

Now, a makeshift altar is set up in a vacant Laura Street building that Presco says was briefly used to hand out clothes to the homeless.

Presco wants the memory of his best friend to live on. His dream is for a veterans “stand-down” center that bears the name of Hollis Williams.

Presco said he wants to copy “stand-downs” held in Lane, Douglas and surrounding counties, to connect vets with mental health services, haircuts, job training and more.

“We got to let our veterans know that they haven’t fought in vain and that we care for them,” Presco said.

He said he doesn’t know where he’ll find the support or how long it will take – but to remember his longtime friend, he won’t give up easily.

“I suffered some homelessness and abandonment and stuff like that,” Presco said, “so I’m not going to abandon my friend.”

The property and house on Laura Street is being sold, so locating a center there is unlikely. Presco said that’s the kind of layout he’s looking for.

Services for Hollis Williams will be next Sunday 1:30 p.m. at Campbell Senior Center in Eugene

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1 Response to Herbert Armstrong Was A False Prophet

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I suspect one of Wilson’s secular Zit People looked at my blog and saw Bible stuff they know nothing about. Were Zit Lesbians angry, and saw a chance to hurt a Christian?

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