The peculiar history of Saint Germain and how it relates to current events and Biblical prophecy.
“I refer to the creator as God and His son as Jesus in this video, however, I personally prefer the Hebrew names for God and Jesus. In John 5:43, Jesus said he came in his father’s name. The name Jesus, an anglicized version of the Greek Iesous, does not hold the same meaning as Yahusha does in Hebrew. In Hebrew, Yahusha has the root of Yah, His Father’s name. I don’t want to confuse anyone by changing what I call them, so I will continue to refer to them as God and Jesus. I’d encourage you to look into the origin of the names, however, be careful not to fall into the Hebrew roots or sacred name movements. You can not find complete truth in a man-made religion.”