Memes produced by Kris Vallotton Ministries frequently appear on my Facebook wall.
Knowing what I know about the Prophetic Movement and the false prophets associated with it, I cringe when I see these messages.
Look, we live in a fast-food society and people want their information NOW, if not sooner!
Because of this dynamic, the Facebook meme works as a very powerful delivery system of ideas and values. Just one click and and a message (right or wrong, true or false) has the potential to go viral in less than 24 hours. This message can easily be implanted and absorbed into readers’ worldviews and they are usually none the wiser.
This is the intent of the meme.
And it is of great concern to me, especially when I see false prophets using this method to plant seeds of deception into young, gullible people who hang on their every word.
The messages on Vallotton’s memes seem innocuous, even beneficial, but the sources from which they came are far from innocent. Five minutes of research would prove this, but nobody cares to put forth the effort; they would rather just type their “Yes!” “Amen!” and “Hallelujah!” and move on to the next meme.
Read, consume and move on… such is the life of a lemming.
Lemmings follow… and it’s so EASY to follow. We’re conditioned to do it from birth.
But the Father wants us to KNOW what we are consuming.
Still, nobody researches WHAT is being said or WHO is saying it – because if they did, somebody would say something… I think. Maybe I give people too much credit?
When I took the time to research some of these personalities that KVM promotes through these memes, I found that many of these “harmless” messages came from people who were steeped in the occult, sexual perversions and satanic philosophy.
Let me show you what I mean.
Warning: This is going to get a little ugly. The devil really is in the details, and unless you shine the light on them, they will continue to go unnoticed to the casual observer.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe may have been a famous poet, but he also liked little boys.
“Pederasty is as old as humanity itself, and one can therefore say that it is natural, that it resides in nature, even if it proceeds against nature. What culture has won from nature will not be surrendered or given up at any price.” – Goethe, Johann Wolfgang 
“I like boys a lot, but the girls are even nicer. If I tire of her as a girl, she’ll play the boy for me as well” – Goethe, Johann Wolfgang 1884 
Comment from HonofKings.org: We should both encourage and discipline our children. But to marginalize discipline in order to push an “encouragement only” agenda (which is what the prophetic movement does) is lopsided and destined to produce a multitude of spoiled brats (both in the physical and spiritual realms).
To use quotes from a confessed pedophile is beyond the pale.
Henry Kissinger is a member of the CFR, Bilderberg group and the Bohemian club who has promoted the New World Order at every opportunity.
Other quotes from this “great leader”:
“Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will pledge with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will willingly be relinquished for the guarantee of their well-being granted to them by their world government.” – Henry Kissinger 
“Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the third world, because the US economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries.” 
“What we in America call terrorists are really groups of people that reject the international system…” 
Comment from HonofKings.org: Although the meme seems harmless in itself, to introduce leadership advice from someone so entrenched in the NWO seems like a crime. If Kris Vallotton was a true man of God, why would we care what this enemy of God thinks and why would he expose his followers to this?
Although Francis Bacon was famous for many accomplishments, including playing a leading role in establishing the British Colonies in North America, he also had a thing for little boys.
The Wikipedia entry reads:
“The well-connected antiquary John Aubrey noted in his Brief Lives concerning Bacon, ‘He was a Pederast. His Ganimeds and Favourites tooke Bribes’, biographers continue to debate Bacon’s sexual inclinations and the precise nature of his personal relationships. Some authors believe that despite his marriage, Bacon was primarily attracted to men. Forker, for example, has explored the ‘historically documentable sexual preferences’ of both King James and Bacon, and concluded they were all oriented to ‘masculine love’, a contemporary term that ‘seems to have been used exclusively to refer to the sexual preference of men for members of their own gender.’ The Jacobean antiquarian Sir Simonds D’Ewes implied there had been a question of bringing him to trial for buggery, which his brother Anthony Bacon had also been charged with.” 
Bacon was also an avid follower of occult philosopher John Dee, who claimed to have the ability to commune with “angels” and was an advisor to Elizabeth I.
Francis Bacon’s famous book The New Atlantis serves as required reading among Rosicrucians and Freemasons.
In the 1960’s, Aldous Huxley was a cult figure who helped inspire the drug culture. He was featured alongside Aleister Crowley on the Beatles Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album and the Doors received their namesake from his psychedelic manifesto, The Doors of Perception.
Comment from HonofKings.org: Aldous Huxley, author of the infamous book “Brave New World,” was also one of the initiates in the “Children of the Sun,” a Dionysian cult comprised of the children of Britain’s Roundtable elite. Huxley’s connections to the occult are too rich and numerous to count.
“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution.” – Aldous Huxley 
The Wikipedia entry says:
On his deathbed, unable to speak due to advanced laryngeal cancer, Huxley made a written request to his wife Laura for “LSD, 100 µg, intramuscular.” According to her account of his death in This Timeless Moment, she obliged with an injection at 11:20 a.m. and a second dose an hour later; Huxley died aged 69, at 5:20 p.m. (Los Angeles time), on 22 November 1963. 
There is no baby in the bathwater.
Now, in reading these memes, it would be very tempting to want to separate the “message” from the “messenger,” thereby justifying the use of the phrase and excusing the history and behavior of one who said it.
“You don’t want to throw the baby out with the bathwater!” is a phrase that I hear way too often.
But the Messiah said:
Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or else make the tree bad and its fruit bad; for a tree is known by its fruit. Brood of vipers! How can you, being evil, speak good things? For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.
Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.
So to use seemingly “good quotes” from “bad people” is an exercise in futility… and hypocrisy.
Think about it. Do you think that Kris Vallotton would use memes from someone as sleazy as Madonna or as insane as Charles Manson (if they said something worth retelling)? Of course not… or at least, I hope not.
So why would he use quotes from pedophiles and sorcerers?
Because they are socially-acceptable figures (then again, so is Madonna), and they happened to say something that supports Kris Vallotton’s worldview – which just so happens to be the same as everyone else’s in the prophetic movement… and it appears that he wants YOU to believe the same thing by any means necessary, even if it means using quotes from very unsavory characters.
Perhaps this is all a fluke?
Is it unfair of me not to consider the possibility that Kris Vallotton innocently posted these memes to his Facebook wall without researching the personas behind them? I suppose. Maybe he just wanted to promote an idea or a value that was neatly summed up in a little phrase and that’s the end of the story.
But as I look at the inherent deceptiveness of the prophetic movement, the past willingness of these false prophets to promote wicked people (think Pope Francis, Bentley, Crowder) and the frequency in which these types of memes appear on Kris’s wall, I seriously have my doubts that these “mistakes” were made in complete ignorance.
Not that many times.
Regardless, this should lead us to ask the question:
Since when does a “prophet of God” need to use quotes from pedophiles, satanists and New World Order advocates to convey the wisdom of the Kingdom?
Maybe they are not promoting His Kingdom.