Dispensationalism: Occult Roots

In this series the term "Dispensationalism" refers to the theological system invented in the 1830's by Plymouth Brethren founder, John Nelson Darby (Nov. 18, 1800 — April 29, 1882). While there may be controversy over whether he was the first person to conceive of the pre-tribulation rapture and two distinct peoples of God doctrines, it is certain he played a huge role in systematizing and promoting dispensational theology. His doctrines are found in C. I. Scofield's Old Scofield Study Bible—copyright 1909 and 1917 and are the foundation for other dispensational works.

This series of charts and articles is published to make you aware that J.N. Darby marked his bible translation, The Holy Scriptures: A New Translation from the Original Languages by J. N. Darby, and his theological writings with Theosophical/occult vocabulary and doctrines.

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John Nelson Darby Marked His Doctrinal Writings With Theosophical Terms

John Darby's Pre-Tribulation Rapture Alterations to the Bible

"Darby altered the verse outright and Scofield followed suit by altering the verse via the insertion of his footnote. Both taught that Israel will be spiritually blind until God is finished with this dispensation or age. The real Bible (KJV) says that Israel will be spiritually blind until the "fulness of the Gentiles be come in."




Albert Mackey, a 33 degree Mason, disclosed the meaning of the point within a circle symbol in his book, A Manual of the Lodge:

Rev. George Oliver, also a Mason, admitted the point within a circle symbolism refers to phallic worship:


Zohar 1,160a: "Jews must always try to deceive Christians."