On Blue Beam Project – Who is More Evil; The Deceiver or Being Deceived?


King Saul by seeking untruth, experienced prototype of what can be said as a holographic effect. It's important, however, to note that it was neither the witch nor the fake apparition(s) that deceived Saul. Rather, it was Saul, for he had chosen to be deceived, that deceived himself.  Painting "Saul and the witch of Endor" by Edward Henry Corbould.
King Saul by seeking untruth, experienced a prototype of what can be said as a holographic effect.  (1 Samuel 28:5-25) It’s important, however, to note that it was neither the witch nor the fake apparition that had deceived Saul. Rather, it was Saul, for he had chosen to be deceived, that deceived himself. Painting “Saul and the witch of Endor” by Edward Henry Corbould.


Project Blue beam – (if real) a global deception project which aims to generate a false Second Coming and in bringing about new unified world religion as religious part of NWO that is claimed to come in following four stages:

1. Staged earthquakes & hoaxed “discoveries” to “prove” doctrines of major religions were ‘wrong’.
2. Staged multi & global-scaled 3D holographic laser projections of ‘Messiahs’ seen in the atmosphere and speaking in languages and metaphors according to predominance of ‘faith’ of the region where it will be projected of which will later all merge into one, the Antichrist.
3. Brainwashing Telepathic Two-way communications via ELF, LF, VLF to make each person believe that ‘their’ “Messiah” seen through the hologram is real and is speaking to them individually.
4. Orientations before fabricated chaos – Inducing beliefs that “alien invasions” & rapture for Christians, are about to happen (in order to disarm all nations after the “invasions” were found to be false) + mixture of electronic and supernatural forces.

My first impression on the above when I’d heard it several years ago was that it was simply nonsensical. The same impression still remains, but on the possibility of such happening…well, if the Bible records the similar, then, one, perhaps, ought to think it differently.


We all know the story of King Saul and the witch of Endor. (1 Samuel 28:5-25)
Saul’s continual disobedience to God (1 Sam 13:13-14; 15:1-23; 28:18) eventually made God to forsake him (15:26; 16:1, 14; 28:16). Beleaguered by Philistines (28:5) and God not answering his inquiry (v 6, v 15), Saul seeks a medium who “brings up” an apparition of “Samuel” who “prophesies” Saul’s gruesome fate.

Now, we all know the apparition called up wasn’t that of Samuel, but of evil for

a) Our God is of the living, not of the dead. (Isaiah 8:19, Luke 20:38)

b) It is in fact an abomination to practice medium (necromancy) or sorcery. (Exodus 22:18, Leviticus 19:31; 20:27, Deuteronomy 18:10-14)

c) Thus, God would have not allowed the spirit of His prophet Samuel to engage in an abominable act through a defiled medium.  Moreover, God was not speaking to Saul at all by any means at the time.

d) Bible is clear that immediately after the death, believers are taken to paradise, and non-believers to hell. (Luke 16:22-31; 23:43,  2 Cor 5:1, Heb 9:27) No purgatory, no in-between so as to be “disturbed (or disquieted)” to be brought up (1 Sam 28:15) in conjuration.

e) The spirits of the saints ascend (Ecclesiastes 3:21, Luke 16:22-23), not descend to hell.  (The fact that it was “brought up” suggests it had first descended) It would be incongruous to believe God suddenly sent His prophet, Samuel, of whom He found to be faithful till the end (1 Samuel 12) to hell.

f) Saul later commits a suicide. (1 Sam 31:4) Though this was a choice that Saul himself opted for (and not to mention he had chances to repent even till the end), it was clear that God was executing His judgement on him.  It’s, then, even more absurd to believe that such spirit would be with Samuel (1 Sam 28:19) afterwards as the apparition had “prophesied”.

So we safely conclude that the apparition was that of demon faking itself as Samuel. Saul, in other words, was thoroughly deceived.

Of course, Saul didn’t see the actual apparition before his eyes, but the hologram effect of faking apparition was enough to deceive Saul. It is here we see, whether it was either an optical or aural illusion, or both, that the mechanism behind the deception remains same: the deception cannot occur unless the one to be deceived seeks it first. So then the words of God goes about to tell;

[James 1:14]
But each one is tempted when he is drawn away by his own desires and enticed.

How is it, however, that seeking untruth happens about?


We ought to address the following.
Saul had sought a medium because he was afraid as he no longer had God in his mind and he, thus, knew, as a consequence, that God had abandoned Saul.  That much we can deduce.
Absence of love towards God, however, is what made Saul to abandon God first is something that we tend to overlook.

So then we know, a true obedience and submission to God can only arise when one truly loves God first (Exodus 20:6, Deuteronomy 5:10, 1 John 2:3-6) and likewise, hatred towards God ineluctably begets disobedience.   It is an absolute truth then, that if one does not love truth, then one has to love untruth. The Bible thus notes “…for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.” (Galatians 6:7) as God is not mocked.

There, however, are more.


In 2 Timothy 3, Paul goes on to talk about the characteristics of perilous times in the last days in which he foresees how the deceptions will take place.

2 Timothy 3:12-13
12. Yes, and all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution.
13. But evil men and impostors will grow worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.

Impostors here in Greek is γόητες (goetes) which only appears here in the Bible and it comes from word γοάω (goao) meaning to wail (by being paid) which would imply that it isn’t true. So the term denotes deceiver, jugglers, false conjurer/sorcerer and pretenders of magical arts.

In fact, in noting false teachers of the Christian doctrine in Ephesus, Paul in earlier verses of 8-9 liken them to Jannes and Jambres, the Egyptian sorcerers who have imitated the miracles of Moses and Aaron (Exo 7:11, 22; 8:7, 18). (Their names only appear here and in other Jewish writings such as Targum of Jonathan and in Apocrypha.)  So the theme of false magic or supernatural miracles that aren’t really miracles, along with general deception, is apparent throughout.

Yet these deceivers, for their mind seeks deception, will also be deceived. Just like King Saul, by choosing deception, had deceived himself.


2 Thessalonians 2 is another classic example in noting
1) strong warning for Christians on deceptions that are bound to happen in regards to the coming of our Lord,
2) events that are to happen before the final Antichrist appears and
3) how those who loved deceptions will receive what they have asked for.

2 Thessalonians 2:1-4, 9-12
1. Now, brethren, concerning the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our gathering together to Him, we ask you,
2. not to be soon shaken in mind or troubled, either by spirit or by word or by letter, as if from us, as though the day of Christ had come.
3. Let no one deceive you by any means; for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition,
4. who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God.

9. The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders,
10. and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.
11. And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie,
12. that they all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

Verse 3 is especially striking.
If we paraphrase it, then it becomes;
“(Let) NOT anyone thoroughly deceive you/ hook you away with deception NOT even in one way” and in original Greek here, “thoroughly deceived” is quite sensual in its meaning and it could be likened to a fish enchanted by the bait so that it bites it without knowing the hook underneath it. And it’s logical, then, to see why there will be an apostasy (1 Timothy 4:1) and only after then the Antichrist who equates himself to God is revealed. (rest of verses 3 & 4)

Satan, of course, gives the Antichrist the
1) (miraculous) power (to show marvellous works), 2) signs (or miracles), 3) lying wonders and 4) ungodly deception (vv 9-10) for those who have forsaken the love of the truth yet chose, instead, to be perished by themselves (v 10). [Again, note the theme of false magic/miracle being apparent]  Similar to such we see in Mark 13:21-22 too.
Isn’t Blue beam, if true, more of false ‘magic’ too?

This is not forgetting, that it is God Who permits Satan to do all these things – a strong delusion is what was sought by the inhabitants (v 10), and so the strong delusion they shall receive (v 11), and for they have, thus, chosen unrighteousness, they shall also receive the condemnation. (v 12)

The way in which our Lord warns of the above is also interesting in Luke 21 – one needs to take heed in not being deceived in the end

for many will come in His name,
saying they are He,
and that the time has drawn near
and so one must not follow them. (Luke 21:8)

Jews, of course, had perhaps not witnessed as many false Christs as Christians have had and are having, but the above, nonetheless, is also applicable to the final Antichrist to come.

And so it wouldn’t be too far-fetched to view that while false doctrine, traditionally, was and is one way to draw people, holographic image and or “miracles”, then, could be the other way for the delusion to come in the end, as we have observed, must be so strong – strong enough to deceive, if possible, even the elects.

After all things considered, then, we now have a better picture of a dragon, beast, image and the false prophet collaborating together to play their roles in the latter 3 and half years of the tribulation (Revelation 13), also known as the Jacob’s trouble.


Let us, then, summarise.
Why does fish get caught? Because it opens its mouth.
But why did it open its mouth? Because it wanted the bait.
Likewise, the choices that we make outwardly will tell what we have, and have been, aimed for all along. We, thus, see mechanism on how the deception takes place.
Deception, however, is a lot more than a fish biting the bait – it is really evil and it’s an ungodly practice. The role of deceiver is to deceive and that per se is evil in nature, but considering the being deceived are the ones who have called for the deception in the first place, one, then, ought to suppose the being deceived are at least as equal or more evil than the deceiver himself. Do they, both, then, call for the condemnation? Yes.
After all, what has been rotted is what attracts maggots, not the other way around.

The fact that Bible rightly tells that the strong delusion has to come about, and will come about, whether it be in the form of hologram or a lot worse, elucidates how not loving God, so as to seek and bring about Satan and his angels to arise, is obnoxiously evil and we see there cannot be excuses in the end. Fake apparition did not appear to Saul out of blue; Saul had sought it first by abandoning God.

1 Samuel 15:22-23
22. So Samuel said: “Has the Lord as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the Lord? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to heed than the fat of rams.
23. For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because you have rejected the word of the Lord, He also has rejected you from being king.”

What we are now able to discover in the words of Samuel to Saul in the above are still lingering on, albeit in a different context, in this end age that are calling for the greatest apostasy and deception, whether it be in the forms of miracles and or hologram image, and are still worthy of our attention, for it points out that the one’s wholehearted love towards God, not merely faith or knowledge or hope alone, is what counts till the end and beyond.


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