Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Tupper Saussy Endorsed Jesuitical Preterism 2 days before his sudden death?!

Dated March 14, 2007- 2 days before his sudden death,
with waybackmachine showing it as early as March 20, 2007


My Top 10 Beliefs
Visit Tupper's Blog Archive Online

My curious beliefs tend to cause violent reactions from people who believe otherwise. Why? When someone poses a belief that I don’t understand or agree with, I open myself to them and ask them to persuade me with evidence. Why don’t all believers operate this way?

If you challenge any of my Top 10 Beliefs, check the evidence. I’ve tried to include some helpful links.

Here are my Top 10:

1. The primary cause of cancer is the fermentation of sugar in normal body cells.

2. Since the evidence is equally convincing that (a) earth moves about the sun and (b) the sun moves about the earth, I choose (b) because that's what the Bible implies.

3. The definitive Christian music is the complete work of Johann Sebastian Bach because it mobilizes the spirit of obedience to the task of achieving sublimity. Churches should (most don't) develop Bach's sensibilities in their congregations by frequent performance, study, and training.

4. Because of the vast evidence supporting it, the Genesis creation account is more persuasive than Darwin's naturalistic speculations.

5. The world has been ruled by Jesus Christ since A.D. 70, when the fall of Jerusalem destroyed the disobedient Israelite "heaven and earth," and unbelievers have been ever since governed by humanist systems authorized by Him to terrorize evildoers. The Kingdom of God is within us and around us. It’s here already.

6. The first evildoer born of man and woman was Cain, who was given a mark that rendered him sevenfold stronger than anyone who would attempt to kill him. Cain was preserved for one purpose: to rule disobedience. His mark has been passed down through the ages, and can be found in the seal of every secular government on earth, indicating their divine privilege to govern all who choose not to be governed by Christ directly.

7. Our bodies are endowed by their Creator with the intelligence to heal themselves, and the most effective healing occurs not under medication but during a prayerful fast.

8. The American income tax is a uniform excise on privilege, measured by amount of income from whatever source, less deductions and credits. Because the Constitution prohibits the federal government from converting into a privilege a citizen's right to derive income from his own country, citizens can be taxed on domestic income only by creating the presumption that they consent to being treated as aliens. Nearly 170, 000,000 Americans have unwittingly stripped themselves of an inalienable right of citizenship. This may explain government’s increasing arrogance.

9. NBC's "The Office" is Shakespearean in the depth to which it mimics the farcically inept, yet pathetically seductive, current federal administration.

10. We can best learn why we were born, who we are, why we live, and where we go upon death in the chapters of the King James 1611 Bible. To seek or accept any other resource is buying a lemon. ~ FTS

HONEST THINGS Wednesday, March 14, 2007


Alas, 2 days is a narrow window between publishing something and suddenly dying.

Can anyone verify if Tupper Sauusy actually wrote this, and whether it appeared on March 14, 2007 or was backdated?

Accordingly, Preterism is a Jesuit creation:


avles said...

I understand you doubts:

"......5. The world has been ruled by Jesus Christ since A.D. 70, when the fall of Jerusalem destroyed the disobedient Israelite "heaven and earth," and unbelievers have been ever since governed by humanist systems authorized by Him to terrorize evildoers. The Kingdom of God is within us and around us. It’s here already......"

Well, we are in the presence of the s.c. "Christ the King"?

avles said...

"........Christ the King
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the title of Jesus. For other uses, see Christ the King (disambiguation).
Christ the King, a detail from the Ghent Altarpiece by Jan van Eyck.

Christ the King is a title of Jesus based on several passages of Scripture and, in general, used by all Christians. The Anglican Church and The ROMAN CATHOLIC Church together with many PROTESTANTS denominations, including , Presbyterians, LUTHERANS and Methodists, celebrate, in honour of Christ under this title, the Feast of Christ the King on the last Sunday of the liturgical year, ............"


Well, also Christmas is common for Protestants & Catholics etc.... but....

avles said...

".....Pope Pius XI instituted the Feast of Christ the King in his 1925 encyclical letter Quas Primas, in response to growing nationalism and secularism.[1] In Pope John XXIII's 1960 revision of the Calendar, the date and title remained the same and, in the new simpler ranking of feasts, it was classified as a feast of the first class........."


avles said...

".......Observance in other churches

Those churches also that use the Revised Common Lectionary observe Christ the King Sunday (titled Reign of Christ Sunday by some) as the last Sunday of the liturgical year, in agreement with the 1969 Roman Catholic date revision. ........"


It could be, backdate a poisoned mail and sign it with his name.....

Douglas A. Willinger said...

Indeed. Can anyone verify they have seen this on March 14, 2007 or a few days afterwards?

There is very very little Tupper Saussy related activity on the internet... far less than one would expect for such a monumental book

Douglas A. Willinger said...

And he never answered AFAIK my email to him of Feb 28, 2007 about my topic that the 'anti-vatican' and 'anti-masonic' websites never dare address.


David Beck said...

I too found it quite intriguing that a entirely brand new website was launched at the exact same time of his death. Type in tuppersaussy.com and you'll arrive at this concoction, containing mostly information about his music. Granted there is some about his insightful writing, and a very small-font link to the site he himself used to share his online work. Since that time nothing has been added to it. For a short time even his original site could not be accessed at all, but again since March of 2007 it has been completely static. My question has always been, who publishes this new site? And you are correct, very little is propagated regarding his phenomenal work, and I wonder what specific elements are at work to keep that from happening. We already know the mission and purposes of those forces...

David Beck said...

It is quite intriguing that a whole brand new website was launched at exactly the time of Saussy's death. This just doesn't make much sense. For a short time his original site, one which he used for his online work, could not be accessed at all. Now there is a mere tiny-font link to it. The new one is mostly about his music, and since March of 2007 has been completely static. Who publishes it? And I agree with you, his phenomenal work should be much more propogated in some manner. Is the populace so Catholicized that so many are blind to its meaning? Or are there elements actively marginalizing it? It is certainly much of both...

Douglas A. Willinger said...

Most people are utterly distracted by the MSM's news coverage and how this warps people's persespectives- 'oh how could something beimprotant if the media ignores it' non-thinking.

Also note that the New York Times never reviewed ROE- the same newspaper that would have us believ that Europe's last great wars of religion ended in 1648!

See the post of July 11, 2007 within:


Something BIG definitely works to keep truth bottled.

David Beck said...

Indeed the "big thing" is nothing other than the legacy of Cain established in Genesis 4, now manifest visibly in the splendidly dramatic productions of Obama, Benedict, et al, but directed by elements unseen by those who refuse to have Christ make them see. This is of course why Saussy's work is so significant, and I see CCR is augmenting.

I wanted to just share here a blog post from Tupper in 2005, some remarks about preterism. It seemed he was indeed firmly historicist until he started to entertain at least a bit of preterism, but again, it did seem quite a leap to full preterist commitment in his "10 beliefs."

(I have to add that I put two similar posts in because I thought the first disappeared on me, so I merely tried again.)

Tupper's post:


Douglas A. Willinger said...

Go to


hit the header, and I got this:


But what about this?


Douglas A. Willinger said...

Nothing after October 2006;

That was when I started with this: