I am Anti-Lucifer

Dr. Michael Sommer said my letter to the editor (Pilot, Aug. 19) on the Illuminati was anti-Semitic.

He alleged Hitler and I blamed everything on the Jews.

As far as I know Rockefeller, Carnegie, Rhodes, Mick Jagger and David Bowie are not Jewish. I agree with Mark Levin, who is Jewish, that Rhodes, Ruskin, Proudhon, and Marx, were all followers of the philosophy of Plato, and believed in a Utopia with a ruling class of elites. The Rockefellers openly promote a one-world government and donated 16 acres in New York for the U.N. building.

I am a proponent of Israelology, or the belief Biblical prophecy cannot be understood without acceptance of God’s unconditional covenants with Abraham, and his descendants. Jesus will return when Israel calls for their Messiah at Armageddon (Hosea 5:15).

The Apostle John, who was Jewish, declared in Revelation 13, that in the end times much of the world would worship Satan and the Antichrist. Anyone who doesn’t take the mark of the beast can’t buy or sell. Jesus, was Jewish, in the line of David, (I Chronicles 17:11-15).

The Anti-Christ will not be Jewish but an Assyrian (Isaiah 14:5). Those in the Illuminati have sold their souls to the devil. Abraham is the father of those who reject Lucifer and have faith in God. The Apostle Paul, a Jew, wrote in Romans 11, that Gentile Christians are grafted into the olive tree by the “root” or the promises to Abraham, that salvation is by faith and not works.

The Lucis (or Lucifer) Trust is the Publishing House which prints UN material. It is a weird convergence of New Age mysticism, atheism, socialism, Luciferian occultism, apostate Christianity, and other world religions.

I am not anti-Semitic, my stepfather, Frank Meier, of Meier and Frank Department Store, was Jewish; I am anti-Lucifer.

Dr. Steve Johnston


Biggest rescue yet?

Last week my daughter and I were being driven nuts by a meowing cat. For four days we called and searched.

I have a physical disability that makes it hard to look up, but she finally spotted the cat on a power line. We have been rescuing cats for the last nine years, so this was really heartbreaking.

After making many calls Coos-Curry Electric came out and Bert went up in a cherry picker. Unfortunately the cat freaked out and fell, but we saw it an hour latter happily chowing down on cat food and it seemed to be OK. A short time later, a fellow from the fire department showed up.

It’s nice to know with all of the problems, as a community that we are dealing with, that these two companies had the compassion to help. We are truly thankful.

If anyone in Harbor, in the Court Street area, was missing a gray and black tabby last week for several days, you now know why, and I do hope he has recovered.

Barbara O.



Keeping me safe

I would like to give a big “Atta Boy” to the four uniformed firemen who showed up at my door on Tuesday morning who were notified by R.B. Brock that I needed some assessment done of my property off House Rock Road in the way of fuels and burnable foliage around my house.

They asked me what I needed and I let them know that all the gutters were full of pine needles and that the cedar trees were so close to the house and needed limbing up from the bottom. They went to work immediately and in an hour or hour and a half, they had even swept my entire driveway of pine needles. They were so jovial and kind. They were led by Capt. Nat Fox, Task Force 2809, OES 325 Engine Co. Kentfield Fire District, Cal OES in Marin County, California.

The captain gave me a hug and said I had nothing to worry about. I felt so much relief.

Barbara Edmiston


Talk or burn

Some may remember a letter I wrote several years ago to the Pilot regarding an environmental group and a Democratic congressman’s attack on Northern California sawmills which resulted in hundreds of job lost during the Clinton years in office.

During the same year, the environmentalists succeeded in passing heavily regulated fire suppression guidelines M.I.S.T. into federal law that prohibits aircraft, machinery and chainsaws from fighting wilderness fires. The Coos Forest Protective Association prediction that the October rains will put out the fire clearly shows that such environmental laws and big government are not the answer in fact, the problem.

The M.I.S.T. federal law must be replaced or changed, or families, businesses and homes will continue to lose.

The Chetco Bar Fire is now 167,000 acres and has cost us all millions with firefighters here from 43 states. It makes no sense at all to not put out a fire when it starts.

Now is the time to talk to our legislators or burn.

Lou Costa


Mission here to serve

To the community of Brookings:

The Outreach Gospel Mission’s services during the fire have changed.

We are not able to accommodate long-term guests at the moment for safety’s sake.

We are, however, offering beds for the night to men who are willing to stay for one night at a time. We have five beds available. If someone desires a bed, please come between 4 and 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday — first come first served.

On Saturday we plan to serve dinner to all who need it at 6 p.m. Please call before 2 p.m. so we know how much to cook. We can accommodate about 20.

All of our other services are available. We have water, food, clothes and furniture. We have lots to give to those in need.

The mission is operating on a reduced staff — just me and my wife, so when calling please be patient. Leave a message and I will get back to you at the end of the day. We are looking to run the store and barn when we can. We won’t be taking donations of small items or clothes for now, but we can take barn-sized stuff if you help unload it. Please, if you need something, don’t hesitate to call.

We also offer evacuees a place to park and car camp overnight here at the mission, and I have access to park RVs for evacuees in Bandon.

Our prayers are focused on our community and all who are struggling with this fire. Thanks for your support.

Craig S. Graber, executive director

Outreach Gospel Mission