Captain May and the Holy Horde
July 10, 2009
Capt. Eric H. May has used his background in U.S. Army intelligence to warn the public about the dangers of false-flag terrorism occurring during military exercises. He recently wrote to me and others about the nature of Ghost Troop.
Capt. May wrote:
About Ghost Troop, The Holy Horde
July 8, 2009
Since several readers from several groups have recently asked me questions about the nature of Ghost Troop, particularly whether or not we were a Christian unit, I would like to make an open reply. Today Lisa wrote that recent history seemed like a Hollywood international espionage movie, filled with evil Machiavellis and diabolical purposes. I hope that my response to her will answer the questions of many.
I quite agree with you about this being a movie, but I don’t think that it is a diabolical movie, though the devil and his followers certainly get their share of the lines. I think that we are all following a Divine script. God didn’t choose us because we were equal to the parts required of us; He chose us despite our inadequacy, and insists that we continually refer to His direction to overcome it.
I think that all of us in the 9/11 truth movement, the antiwar movement and the constitutionalist movement are acting out a Western, and I fully expect that the wicked shall be caught up in their own snares as the cavalry arrives in the nick of time to save the day. I believe that, for His own reasons, He chose me to be a captain in that cavalry — as He chose you and Patti, Mik and Shahid, Sgt. Maj. Neadow and SFC Buswell. He chose us all. It is for us to live up to the mission He gave us.
Believe me, I would have preferred not to have been chosen, as it has cost me dearly. Folks sometimes ask me if I found God in the infowar. I always reply that it was the other way around: God found me. I was hiding out in martial arts and the humanities at the time, and hoped to avoid both His commandments and demands.
I suspect that many of us in Ghost Troop have similar feelings and anecdotes, and sometimes I think that we should be named Holy Ghost Troop. Others seem to have thought the same thing: since its inception Ghost Troop has been referred to affectionately as The Holy Horde.
Tuus in Christo,
Capt. Eric H. May
CO, Ghost Troop
For more on Ghost Troop: http://www.spiritone.com/~ghosttroop/Captain_Eric_H_May.html
Bollyn, Christopher, “When Terror Drills Turned Real: 9-11, the London Bombings & the Sinking of Estonia,” 11 March 2008
Christopher Bollyn and Capt. Eric May on “Born on the 4th of July” with Dale Williams on September 3, 2007
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