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The Real STAR WARS It is a dangerous NET to body & soul. IT already has captured the Fallen Ones - cast out from their FIRST ESTATE. They act now as anglers, and you are their intended victims. Their lure contains the sun, the moon and ANY star (ZODIAC.) The UFO & ALIEN ABDUCTION PHENOMENON is THE FAADE used by "THE BEAST" (symbolized as a poisonous scorpion, ) reflected in the holy writings of both St. Jude & Enoch. The "wandering stars" ARE the Fallen Angels angling for their prey - US They also are not far far away, but very very near Since they have the capability of shape-shifting, what you see is not what really is. Richard Stout learned first-hand about being victimized and then released after praying to Jesus. Byron LeBeau took Richard's notes, and utilizing his knowledge of Ufology, penned what you will now read as THE CURS-ED NET.
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More About Byron LeBeau & Richard Stout
Byron LeBeau is the Internet pen name of Brian Levens whose occupations included teaching English & selling insurance for many years. After having experience working with the then world's authority on UFOs, the now-deceased Colman Von Keviczky during the 1970s & 80s, Brian decided to become a UFO researcher in his own backyard on Long Island, N.Y., joining a local UFO investigative group. It was the springboard for his subsequent UFO & paranormal discussions, produced & hosted by Brian on local public access TV, circa 1995.
By the end of 2005, Brian met both Greg Messina & Richard Stout through a "coincidental" series of UFO-related developments that led to the writing of THE CURS-ED NET.
The fruit of this combined endeavor can be summed up with the following spiritual admonition: To be forewarned is to be forearmed!
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Advanced Theology Nov 2, 2008
This book is extremely advanced and should be read along with a copy of The Book of Enoch in hand. For the few who seek diligently and are indwelt with the Holy Spirit this book will solve the puzzle and allow all the pieces of the unknown to make sense. The "usual suspects" have been here for a long long time under the guise of extreme secrecy. The Cursed NET blows the cover of these evil sinister forces of deception. The END GAME is your Soul and most Christians will end up in Hell. The entire SYSTEM is a deception - this book will break the code. Recommended for all Truth Seekers that Love the Lord Yeshua with ALL THEIR HEART SOUL AND MIND. 5 Star - Few There Be That Find It.... 2 Thes 2.7 Mystery of Iniquity Revealed.
well thought out and presented thesis Oct 19, 2007
Often, when the mention of UFO's is made, eyebrows are raised and the skepticism rises. Often, when mention of demons is made, the same thing occurs. In "The Curs-ed Net" by Byron LeBeau and Richard Stout, readers will come to understand the authors' intentions to share their thoughts on both eyebrow raising issues and contemplate what the two have to do with one another.
The foundation of the thesis is the Ethiopian Book of Enoch and some of the writings of the Old Testament and deals with the Fallen Angels and their intentions to catch humans up in their own cursed net. And so the authors warn readers to watch for demons disguised as aliens, abductions and hybrid production, mythology of the stars, worship of the heavenly bodies, and the messages spread by mediums. It is a lot to take in! There are many observations, speculations and contemplations to consider here. The authors mention many other books that relate to their particular points so that in effect, readers could feasibly have much homework to do in this particular course of study.
Logically laid out and described, the text is not light reading. It is a well thought out and presented thesis and superbly written as such. However, it isn't an engaging dialogue or particularly captivating entertaining read, at least not to me. Eyebrows may be raised higher than the usual UFO subject brings about. You might not agree with what the authors have to say but word of mouth should move this title along very nicely with whispers of what has become a large part of popular culture.