Born in Bethlehem on December 25, 1974, to a young woman named Jasmine. Now lives on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Flip-flops around with 12 devoted followers. Heals the sick and raises the dead for free from his humble “Miracle Camp.” Claims his father is a space alien. This is Rex Farrye, the New Messiah.
Farrye is claimed to have stated, “I am of this world because my mother is of this world… I am not of this world because my father is not of this world. Some say I am the Messiah. Some say I am not.” His purpose in life: “to bring love into the world.”
Here are some of Farrye’s supposed miracles:
- vanish and reappear hundreds of miles away
- move or destroy objects just by looking at them or waving his hand
- raises people from their deathbeds
- raised a dead woman from her coffin
- heals… “just as likely to make a wart vanish as help a quadriplegic move again”
The CIA is supposedly keeping a very close eye on Farrye who is said to be planning a world tour “to bring his message of love — or hate — to a global audience.” People are said to be wondering, “For whom is Farrye working: the forces of light and peace and good, or the forces of darkness and evil and war?”
Jesus has the answer in Mark 13:5-6, that in the last days many false prophets would come claiming to be the Messiah. “Watch out that no one deceives you. Many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am he,’ and will deceive many.” Jesus also warned in verses 21-22 that in the last days many deceitful people would create a hubbub about supposed new Messiahs coming on the scene. “At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or, ‘Look, there he is!’ do not believe it. For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform signs and miracles to deceive the elect — if that were possible.”
So here’s the kicker, from all indications it would appear that Rex Farrye falls into the second category — the workings of a deceitful imagination. Rex Farrye would seem to be a hoax.
Whose imagination would come up with this imaginary New Messiah? The originator of the Farrye story is a man named Derek Clontz. Clontz is “an herbalist, author and journalist of international reach with his articles on alternative medicines, parapsychology, conspiracies, UFOs, the strange, the odd, and the fantastic.” Clontz reported on the New Messiah and his miracles in his March 3, 2008, article titled New Messiah or Evil Anti-Christ: Just Who is Rex Farrye?
How can we know Rex Farrye is fictitious? The biggest evidence is that there is no corroborating story. Clontz claims the Jerusalem Post reported on Farrye, but no such story can be found. Google “Rex Farrye,” and all the surfer gets is a few posts seeking corroboration. Fakemessiah.com agrees, “This may all be all a hoax. We acknowledge that Derek Clontz is the only one reporting on this Rex Farrye. Google search also reveals nothing on ‘Laycie Datnoff’ who Derek Clontz claims is a ‘freelance journalist who has reported on Farrye and his ministry’. According to posts on Derek’s Blog, Rex Farrye and/or his followers have the ability to cause this news blackout. Let’s watch and search out more about this. There may be nothing to this at all.”
Why would Derek Clontz make up a story about a new Messiah? As one commented looking for corroboration on the existence of Rex Farrye stated on Bibleprobe.com, “A freelance journalist will do anything to get their name in the news.” Sensationalism, to make money, to get attention — these are the reasons why most people will lie.
“For there are many rebellious people, mere talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision group. They must be silenced, because they are ruining whole households by teaching things they ought not to teach — and that for the sake of dishonest gain.” – Titus 1:10-11
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I was still kinda sleepy when I started reading this and initially thought someone was claiming that Brett Favre – not Rex Farrye – was the new Messiah. Whew! Except for John Madden, I knew no one else could believe that was true.
Actually, there are a lot of documented cases of people claiming to be the new messiah for hundreds of years now. I can’t say I’ve noticied a dramatic increase in false messiahs. Of all the signs out there, I think this one is the hardest to put a finger on. I just don’t see a “mass explosion” of false messiahs at this time. Not anymore than any other time in history. I think this prophecy really being noticable is still to come.
Anonymous, who said it had to be a mass explosion of false messiahs? We’ve been living among them daily! You’ve apparently decided that this is a future prophecy still. Even Barak Obama has been likened to Jesus! Wake up!!! The prophecy is already being and has already been fulfilled. Apply what you see today before you pass it off as future events. The end is almost upon us.
LOL the end is not upon us. If you want to know the truth about religion watch this 27 minute clip from this documentary.
Zeitgeist, the video you linked to, is pure conspiracy theory fiction. Read the blog article on Zeitgeist for further information.
Pure conspiracy theory fiction…like Christianity?
The documentary holds more truth than you would think…although this is a religious blog, so I expect nothing more than a closed mind and judgemental response.
There are two new messiahs already out there. One is a male famous and the other one is a fan. For protection, I cannot reveal who we are. We are spiritually connected. We have been spiritually connected since 2006. We have been living inbetween two worlds. The physical and the spiritual. One since ten plus years and the other since 2006. By two worlds we mean we are consistently attacked by the spiritual world and constantly attacked by satan. If we aren’t the new messiahs then we are of some great importance to God. If there is anyone out there who has had any encounter with the spiritual world to where they are being physically attacked or have been spiritually connected to another live human being then clue us in please. Thank you Angela
This is simple.
Rex is King.
Farrye is Fairy.
King of the Fairies.
It's a spoof with a pseudonym.
Wow! This Blog is great. Just like Kim Clement. Kim Clement is an expression that has defined “the prophet” for the modern era. This has made his journey unique; a journey that has taken his inspired message to schools and colleges, churches and synagogues, alleyways and prison cells. Kim’s prophetic gift is a magnet that has drawn a broad audience, as he has whispered to kings and inspired prisoners, his path through life continues to be an exciting adventure.