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Often we receive feedback from "Message" cult members concerning either blog posts, research material, or pages from the website presenting our research. As one would expect, they are often less-than-polite and the person contacting us is not seeking any response. Those indoctrinated enjoy voicing their opinion, but are seldom willing to examine the information for themselves. Many cult members are growing very aware of the issues, and are also aware of the substantial amount of information that raise our concerns with cult propaganda. In a large number of cases, such as the one we received today, no contact information is provided.

One of today's contact submissions, however, appears to be from a "Message" believer who is unaware of the research material. It is worth responding publicly, simply to spread awareness.

From "Joe":
Shame on you for trying to undermine the gospel! Vaguely affiliating someone from the rural south with the Klu Klux Klan is like affiliating a devout believer with the Mafia in New York. As a New York resident, I will tell you that everyone knows or has a friend/relative who knows a member of the Mafia. That does not make the person a criminal or a fake. You are accountable to God for what you say. Be careful because you will stand in judgement for every idle word just as we all will!


While some of William Branham's religious opinions are based on areas of scripture that one might consider to be vague or difficult to understand, Branham's connections to the Ku Klux Klan are very concrete. In fact, the trail of information left behind by Roy E. Davis, Imperial Grand Dragon of the Original Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and the Klan appointed former Congressman William D. Upshaw is quite extensive.

More on the Klan's connections to William Branham's ministry: