It was this video clip that birthed the book “The Fake Jesus: Fallen Angels Among Us. I’m not sure, but I suspect the year was 2006. I had recently heard a voice say to me that the entire organized church was akin to a condemned, boarded up dwelling and that the Holy Ghost had vacated it. As a pastor for 25 years at the time, I was truly hoping that the message I had received was not from God. So I decided to take a year and do some research. I was about to begin by studying church history, when I watched this particular video.
At that point, I had never heard of Dr. Cindy Trimm so I watched the video without any preconceived perceptions of her ministry.
When the clip reached the 2 minute and 42 second point, my book “the Fake Jesus” was conceived, for it was at that exact moment that I heard Dr. Trimm “declare,” I THANK YOU FATHER THAT THE SPIRIT OF THE ASHTAR HAS FALLEN UPON THE PEOPLE as the people were falling slain in the spirit like ocean waves across the entire building where the congregation was assembled.
Astar? That sounded familiar. I first went to my bible and found Ashtoreth, an old testament idol. Once I googled the name “Astar,” Google corrected my spelling to ASHTAR. Beyond a doubt, I was in a state of shock. For the door to aliens, ascended masters, and fallen angels imitating our Lord flung wide open. All because of the 2:42 slide of this video.
Fetishes and Christian Magic: An Excerpt From the New Idolatry
Taken from Chapter 2
Within the history of religion in general, fetishism is a form of magic,wherein an artificial object is revered and regarded as powerful enough to ensure protection. Likewise an amulet is a power-charged fetish for protection against magic and demons. Those who revere and depend on fetishes and amulets are in danger of transgressing the second commandment, namely, not to make any graven images.
“Many a Christian worker thinks so. It is evident here that Christianity has become infected with magic influences. According to the New Testament this intrusion of magic elements turns the Christian faith into a matter of materialism and idolatry. Pastoral experience shows in many cases how this superstition captivates men and subjects them to magical influences. It is not seldom that houses protected by fire charms and other fetishes and amulets become haunted. 
Prayer and Charismatic Witchcraft
Even prayer can be dangerous because it descends into charismatic witchcraft when the one who prays seeks to control the lives of others. Soulish prayers of this kind energizes psychic power by projecting one’s thought on to the persons that they are praying for, by saying that such and such a person ‘shall’ do this or that. Such prayers make demands upon God to “make something happen. According to Jessie Penn Lewis,
“Every prayer should be directed Godward, and should never be a telling the Lord what to do for somebody else. We may pray that God will direct them what to do, but we ought not to say that they ‘must’ do what WE THINK is God’s will they should do, or even that they ‘shall not’ do what we know is wrong.”
I observed in a video clip a vivid depiction of a charismatic witchcraft prayer offered by well-known evangelist and associate of charismatic mega prophetess Juanita Bynum, Rev. Cindy Trimm. Before a congregation of at least a few thousand, Trimm walked up and down the platform, supposedly praying, bellowing loudly: “I decree this and I proclaim that.” With this esoteric, occultic prayer, rather than God the Father of the trinity, she really was addressing fallen angels.
Once Trimm loudly proclaimed, “ Father, I decree that the spirit of the Ashtar shall fall upon all the people, from one end of the congregation to another, the people fell slain in the spirit in what looked like ocean waves. Ashtar is one of the gods who calls himself an ascended master who channels message through New Age mediums. Ashtar claims to be the military general of the fallen angel known as Jesus Sananda Emmanuel, the one I call “the Fake Jesus.” In fact, when Charismatics praise and give thanks to Jesus, Sananda is the one who receives the worship and the adoration because the fake Jesus is the invisible god behind the practice of charismatic witchcraft.
WHAT IS AN ASCENDED MASTER?
It was not until the year 2006 that I had even heard the term ascended masters. I had been watching a video clip of Cindy Trimm. I did not know very much about her ministry, only that she was a friend of Juanita Bynum. So to learn what she was all about, I visited her website. The first thing I discovered was that she had a teacher’s ministry which strongly emphasized angels. My eyebrow raised.
Then I opened up another video clip and I was stunned, to say the least, as I watched hundreds of congregants simultaneously fall on top of each other, slain in the spirit like waves across the entire building. I paid attention to Trimm’s words at the moment that hundreds feel. She proclaimed, “I thank you Father, that the spirit of the Ashtar has fallen upon the people.”
Troubled by the name “Ashtar,” I searched the scriptures and found the name of an old testament idol called “Ashteroth.” Once led to pursue additional research, I googled “Ashtar.” Shocked that a Christian evangelist would call on Ashtar in a prayer “to Father,” moments before almost the entire congregation was on the floor in a stupor, a google search opened he door to a plethora of occult websites dedicated to uplifting the teachings of cosmic beings that are referred to as “ascended” masters.
- The dots are connected between the occult and the organized church.
I found that there are at least 50 ascended masters, perhaps even more. Fifteen of them are ranked as primary players–fallen angels who first claimed to be aliens, sent to earth to prepare for the advent of a one world religion and to pave the way for the rule of the Anti-Christ. Within my book, “the Fake Jesus: Fallen Angels Among Us,” I present a detailed study of the top 5: Ashtar, Jesus Sananda Immanuel, Mother Mary, St. Germain and Maitreya.
As the leader, Maitreya holds the title of “Master of Masters.”
Through my research, I found that ET’s, aka aliens is who Ashtar first said that he was. Ashtar made his first appearance to a human being of our generation in the early 50’s —a military man, Col George Van Tassel, to warn this country about the misuse of atomic energy. Eventually, Ashtar began to call himself “an ascended master.”
In “the Fake Jesus,” to figure out what these fallen angels are after, I searched for what they have been telling their occult followers. Ashtar promises them that he and his command are prepared to evacuate and relocate our entire earth’s population to various “Mother Ships” in the heavens. I happen to wonder where was Ashtar when all but 8 of the world’s inhabitants went down in the flood.
In the last few years, Ashtar has received worldwide support from international celebrity and talk show hostess Oprah Winfrey as she supports and even teaches from the occult book called “A New Earth.”The sheer magnitude surrounding the fact that Oprah is a teacher and a disciple of the author of this book speaks volumes.
It seems that the enemy is planning a fake rapture.
The link above is the e-book. Below is the soft cover.