Sunday, November 15, 2015

THE DREAM OF THE GREEN VALDEZ




EUTHYMIOS VALDEZ HAD A OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE AS A BOY. OF COURSE, THAT WARM FUZZY FEELING HE GOT FROM IT HAD TO HAVE COME FROM GOD...RIGHT ? JUDGE FOR YOURSELF ACCORDING TO THE ORTHODOX PATRISTIC INTERPRETATIONS OF SUCH DREAMS AND VISIONS, ESPECIALLY THOSE KINDS OF EXPERIENCES THAT HAPPEN OUTSIDE THE CHURCH.


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 STRANGE HOW HE'S SAID HE'S BEEN IN JUST ABOUT EVERY TRADITIONAL JURISDICTION AND NOW CALLS THEM ALL HERETICAL AND SCHISMATIC BECAUSE THEY VIOLATE THE CANONS YET NOW HE CLAIMS TO BE WITH THE TRUE "CANONICAL" NEW CALENDAR  WORLD ORTHODOX CHURCHES UNDER THE ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH AND TOTALLY OVERLOOKS THEIR ENDLESS VIOLATIONS OF THE CANONS.
 PLEASE EUTHYMIOS VALDEZ, HUMBLE YOURSELF, REMOVE YOUR YOU TUBE CHANNEL, RETURN TO THE CHURCH AND GET AN EXORCISM.

http://startingontheroyalpath.blogspot.com/2015/11/true-christian-videos.html



HE'S BEEN CLAIMING FOR YEARS HE WILL BECOME A MONK AS SOON AS HE'S ABLE TO PAY OFF HIS DEBTS. JUST WHERE HE WILL DO THIS IS A MYSTERY SINCE HE HAS REFUSED TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION. HE EVEN MADE A VIDEO ASKING FOR DONATION, WHICH HE HAS SINCE REMOVED BECAUSE HE COULDN'T GET A BITE, ZERO DONATIONS, NADA. GO FIGURE ?


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11 comments:

  1. I say Euthymios has a demon. I do not know if the demon is the sole cause of his condition. All I know is that at least one demon is involved. I'm not going to tell you how I know. But maybe you can see if for yourself:

    One clue is his twisted reasonings which are not just confused, but pridefully stubborn. Another clue is his selective hearing. Another clue is his goading into debate trying to weaving an impossible mess that can not be untangled, like quicksand, the more you try to escape the faster/deeper you sink.

    Example:
    He will ask a question, and if he does not like your answer, then he accuses you of not answering his question. Suddenly you find yourself backtracking, instead of going forward, now you have to show you DID in fact answer the question. Along the way he will jump on any new opportunity to cause further derailing. This is what demons do. They are not interested in fruitful discussion or even in winning or losing an argument – they only want an argument to continue. They want frustration and anger to escalate during the argument.

    Some people say that his mechanical monotone is a clue of the demonic. I think this is supportive of the fact, but it does not necessarily have to be demonic. People can be purposely "flat" when they are tying to keep emotions in check especially for appearances. Critics will use a show of emotions as an excuse to dismiss what the person is saying or say that he is "hysterical". So he adopts a monotone to stay a step ahead of his critics. But, it also could be the demon, like how space aliens have that "mechanical" voice.

    I don't know how to help Euthymios. He has to want to be free from the demon(s). I don't know who can help him here in the USA. Maybe if he would go to Fili, and submit himself to their care.


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  2. Yes, Euthymios' mechanical speaking does go along with his mechanical thinking... His reasoning is severely myopic. His interpretation of facts, if he gets his facts straight, is like a machine interpretation, without that human quality. He appears crazy because of this...

    He still has human emotion, though.

    He is a living caricature of the super-correct disease.

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  3. There is nothing in the Church Fathers to preclude the possibility of visions such as he described. But even if there was, the Fathers were only fallible men. In Acts 9, Christ appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus BEFORE he was a part of the Church. In chapter 10, Cornelius received the Holy Spirit BEFORE he was baptized. In Romans 8, St. Paul said that people with the Holy Spirit are children of God. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8). He can do anything he want, and he does not need the approval of fanatic Old Calendarist "Orthodox" people who put God in a little neurotic box in order to control him and people. You also failed to mention that every-single Orthodox clergyman, including a GOC-K priest-monk, he shared his story with, believed his vision was truly from God. Read the information in the description box to his video.

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  4. Hi Euthymios Valdez... uh I mean Anonymios Valdez

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  5. Euthymios,

    You have an unclear concept of the Church. Saul certainly was a part of the Church when he was on the road to Damascus.

    St. Cornelius received the true Holy Spirit prior to baptism during the period when the Holy Spirit was being given to the earthly Church. St. Cornelius is not the only one – there were many others who received the Spirit just prior to baptism during that period. All of those were immediately, led to an Apostle for Christian baptism. And the Apostles had no trouble recognizing their Spirit as ours.

    We look at you, Euthymios, and we see your spirit and we do not recognize your spirit as ours. It is a foreign spirit. An alien spirit.

    Any true Orthodox priests who met you and did not not see your alien spirit at first when they met you, surely they would see it now after all your videos. I challenge you to find/name one single true (Sister Church) Orthodox priest who today would say and assert and stand behind it that your spirit is not a phony fake imposter spirit evil demon from hell.

    You say truly that God can do anything. But He does not do anything. God could turn the world into a bowl of Jello if He wills. But He does not do that. Neither does He make your alien spirit into the true Holy Spirit of His Orthodox Church.

    You start your "anonymous" comment by saying the Holy Fathers are fallible. You end by saying that people should read your information in the description box to your video. People should listen to you instead of the Holy Fathers?

    ~Joanna
    book: Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future
    by Fr. Seraphim Rose

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  6. p.s. And while I have your attention, Euthymios who speaks of himself in the 3rd person in the above comment, something you should know about all the many "hits" you get on your videos is this:
    You Tube counts it as a hit even if a viewer clicks on your video by accident and only watches 1 or 2 seconds. The number of hits does not accurately count the number of full viewings.

    I am responsible for at least 100 hits here and there, but I've only actually viewed 1 or 2 videos to the end. And only a handful more than a minute. Your titles attract interest: Truth About this or that – people like truth and want to know it. But then they hear your voice and see that it is not the voice of truth and they stop the video and note the channel so they don't make that mistake again and get one of your videos by mistake.

    Another indication to me that you have a demon is this: You accused the holy fathers of lying to make their points. That by itself is something a demon would say. But then, also, it turns out that you yourself lie to make your points. (You lied just now pretending to be somebody who supports you.) That you accused the holy fathers of doing what you yourself do is another thing that demons do all the time. (Psychologist call it "projection".) In fact, demons do it so often that we can see this as the demon revealing itself to us. It does not take clairvoyance or eldership to see it – anyone can see it. And I see a demon in you.

    I hope you see it, too, and take the steps necessary to get it gone.

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  7. Joanna,

    You either lied in your comment or are biblically ignorant. Saul of Tarsus was not in the Church when he was on the road to Damascus to arrest Christians. Read Acts chapter 9 very carefully. Saul did not receive the Holy Spirit, and was not baptized until verse 17 of chapter 9 (after the vision).
    The point raised about people receiving the Holy Spirit before baptism, is to show that it is possible for God to manifest to anyone anytime he wants. You also lack humility and think you are wiser than the clergy who heard the story. May God help you.
    I once read a story about how angels had appeared to the natives in Alaska before the Russian missionaries went there with Orthodoxy. The angels prepared the tribal leader and the people for the reception of Christianity before they had even heard of Orthodoxy. You need to get away from the Old Calendarist lopsided view of Christianity and history. Those people will mess you up.

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  8. Oh, and one does not need to believe every single thing the Church Fathers ever taught in order to be Orthodox. They made mistakes, and were not always honest and objective. David Bercot has a video online where he shows the dishonesty of early Christian apologists. The video is called "What the Early Christians Believed About Images and Prayers to Saints." If you think the Church Fathers were right about everything, you live in a falsely constructed paradigm. I don't have to believe in St. John Chrysostom's antisemitism to be Orthodox. However, I accept every word of the Seven Ecumenical councils.

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  9. Oh, that's strange, your not the third person Anonymous anymore, now your back to your old self as Euthymios again. You really expect any Orthodox Christian of any jurisdiction to take your BS seriously, your nuttier than you look.you better put your stupid looking hat back on to cover your face, you jerk.

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  10. Euthymios or Mr. Third Person Valdez, I've asked you this before in the comment section of the above donation video which you have since deleted from your You Tube video portfolio. You still haven't answered me for some strange reason, so, I'll ask you again. Please be truthful if at all possible and answer this time. You said you were seeking donations in the amount of $3400 to pay off your "seminary education". Question : what seminary did you attend and what kind of degree have you earned there ? Are you a PhD, Doctor of Philosophy, a DD, Doctor of Divinity or perhaps both ? Should we all address you as Dr. Valdez ? Seems like you really know your stuff.

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  11. Euthymios,
    I'm still waiting for an answer to my question, too:
    What is the name of the ROCA or GOC-K priest who says that your vision was from God?

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