Nuwaubianism

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Nuwaubianism is a term being used to describe the various doctrines and practices of Dwight York and his followers, which go by many names including “Nuwaubu�?, “overstanding�?, and “factology�?.

Nuwaubian philosophy is multifarious and ever-changing. It has influences and borrowings from many sources – such as a white new-age Blavatsky-influenced movement like Astara, the teachings of the Moorish Science Temple of America, the ancient astronaut theories of Zecharia Sitchin, the UFO mythology of greys and reptilians, patriot mythology, conspiracy theories about multiple clones of members of the Bilderberg Group, a paperback on fortune telling, and hollow earth theories.

Sam is short for one of his titles, SamaEl meaning “poison those of EL.�? He knows his name. He calls himself Uncle Sam or Dr. Seuss (Zues) with his famous statement, “Sam I Am, I Am Sam.�? This is what they teach the children; not ours however, for they will get right knowledge. from [1]

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