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George Noory’s Universalist Religion and Guest Who Went to Hell

Tonight and this morning, George Noory had on a man named Glen Kimball.

First, about Glen, according to C2C AM:


Glenn Kimball has a B.A. in Journalism and an M.A. in Communications. In addition he has successfully completed all course work for a Ph.D. in Communications and passed his doctoral exams, lacking his dissertation. He was the former president of International Exchange School and vice president of two cellular phone companies. Glenn has taught school at Southern Illinois University and was ranked by student evaluations in the top ten instructors at the university. He has been collecting ancient texts since the age of fifteen and is famous for being able to integrate very diverse texts into a contiguous story line.

Due to the censorship of time and doubt, most of the documents and oral stories chronicling the early life of Jesus were destroyed, lost, or forgotten. After 25 years of research, during which Kimball visited museums, Indian tribes, medicine men, and universities, he assembled some of the missing links and unsolved mysteries of Christianity.

So, Glen, the vague “assembler of some of the missing likes and unsolved mysteries of Chrsitainity”, is obviously a wealthy man, who had much time on his hands, even as I was writing this sentence he said that he’d “spent hours and hours in front of the Sphinx trying to figure out…” Glen was seemingly dying while giving this interview due to some medical problem.

Throughout the show I got the impression that he was faking a cliche gentle-dying-old-wise-man’s-voice, though an extremely annoying nasal version complete with phlem, which at some points would conveniently disappear. Sometimes while listening to him, he sounded like a contactee channeling a supposed alien.

During his interview Glen said that He it was crazy to believe that aliens created life on Earth, and implied that it was obviously created by God. He also said that the Messiah was universal to all religions, and that He’s not going to separate “Rosicrucians” to one place and others to another and send them to Hell, and that we should understand that, and George confirmed that people should know that, showing that he wasn’t a Catholic, not a traditional kind at least, but was rather a Universalist. But then nonsensically, Glen, after a little while, said that an entity had taken him to Hell, and George said with astonished emphasis (but it sounded fake to me) something like, “What could you have done to end up in Hell?”. I don’t remember if Glen responded but I’ll edit this entry if I can if I listen to the show again. But Glen a little while later said that it was unimaginably bad in Hell, crowded with screaming people, great sorrow, that he could smell brimstone and was in great agony, felt Satan’s evil presence, and that the experience was so bad it would cause people to run in some (spiritual?) direction afterwards even if they didn’t believe in God. That’s what he claims. He said that he’d been through this Hellish experience for two days, though not a literal 48 hour length of suffering in Hell. He said after those two days that he asked God, “What have I done to deserve this” which is the response of a spiritually blind ignorant being that everyone knows that they are far from perfect, and that after that he later went out into the desert to pray and said that this was some special event that people go through (as in going to the desert to pray – talk about confused), and that an entity came to him and showed him the good things he’d done in life, thing’s he said that he “could never articulate” (someone’s a narcissist) and he then started talking about the “enormous” kind things he’d done like “giving away cars” (well how generious of you Mr. Vice President of two Cellphone companies who had enough money to travel the world since he was 15 collecting ancient documents).

What is incredible about Glen, whom God clearly punished severely, is that even though he went to Hell, or experience something like it, even saying that Hell was crowded, denied almost right after, that God would send anyone to Hell for disobeying God! On top of that, rather than ever getting an answer as to why he had been put through that, instead went on about how good he was! Clearly this is a very stubborn man, so stubborn that God caused him to experience Hell, not just once, but twice, and even caused him to feel Satan near to him or as if Satan were near to him. The entities that visisted him were probably demons being that Glen did not note them for being glorious, as angels are.

Glen knows that God is all powerful, the most loving, knew God’s wrath and the extreme evil of demons, yet not even that got him to care enough about God’s word to fully obey it, and be completely serious about it, and to take care not to misteach it.

Near the end of his interview he said that every day he had discovered a new ancient manuscipt, and had searched for a “Gospel of John the Baptist”, but he said just about nothing about the Bible.

Can you imagine the extreme pain Glen will be in, even worse then the extreme agony and sorrow he previous felt, was given a second and third chance, on top of all the others he had in life, ever day, every second, still having plenty of money and information to learn the truth, plenty of time to pray, instead used it as an opportunity to exalt his own heart and mind and own opinions to millions of people, even saying, “please” after George asked him if he would stay to take some calls, as in, “please let me continue to tell them my wisdom and the great things I’ve done in life and how they should follow my way, which is any way but God’s.”

Not even after going through all the wisdom of the world, even through the Bible’s, would Glen acknowledge the truth, but instead continues to dote on the “wisdom” of the world, “always learning, but never able to acknowledge the truth. Just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, so also these men oppose the truth—men of depraved minds, who, as far as the faith is concerned, are rejected.” – 2 Timothy 3:7-8

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