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Community of the Devil?

Owen writes:

Here's a good story from a long time ago when I worked in Orleans, MA:

A new subdivision was being bought up, house by house, by a religious community/cult, named "The Community of Jesus." Each of the houses had a small sign outside, with a biblical name, like "Gethsemene" or "The Covenant." There was one house owned by an outsider, a nonmember of the cult, located right smack in the middle of the development. The cult put up a huge sign at the entrance to the development, which said "Welcome to the Community of Jesus," which the nonmember didn't like, felt it reduced his property value, and he asked the group to take it down, which they refused.

So he put up a billboard size sign right on his garage, painted it with big red letters: "Community of the Devil." The elders of the group were shocked, and said he couldn't put that sign up. He told them, "you take down your sign, I'll take down mine." They took it down.


An anagram is made by rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to form new words, often with surprising meaning. I got hooked on anagrams when I started to notice how much truth they often contain. One of my favorites was one from the name of the former White House spokesperson, Ari Fleischer: I RELISH FARCE.

A rearrangement of the letters in Grenville Christian reveals: LEARNING EVIL CHRIST.

How true is that? ;-)

CommunitySpeak-to-English Dictionary

Learn to read between the lines before you get duped.

Creed or Christ?

Read this poem by Max Heindel.