The scripture gives simple formulae for marking false prophets.

“And many false prophets will arise and lead many astray.” [Matthew 24:11]

“… when a prophet speaketh in the name of the Lord, if the thing follow not nor come to pass, that is the thing which the Lord hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously; thou shalt not be afraid of him.” [Deuteronomy 18:22]

“To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.” [Isaiah 8:20]

“Then the LORD said to me, “The prophets are prophesying lies in my name. I have not sent them or appointed them or spoken to them. They are prophesying to you false visions, divinations, idolatries and the delusions of their own minds.” [Jeremiah 14:14]

Recently someone told me that they believe that Mark Taylor is God’s Anointed and a Prophet of the Lord. Immediately the spirit witnessed to me that this was a lie. Knowing God’s scriptural witness about false prophets has protected me from the delusion peddlers of the Charismatic cult. The Spirit impelled me to expose this false prophet and rebuke the demonic belief in his prophecies.

The scripture reiterates that if any man preaches a failed prophecy that he is a false prophet and his message is not from the Lord. The scripture instructs us to reject that man, and pay no heed to his words. Pentecostal, Evangelical and Charismatic Christians have trouble with this clear doctrine. They want to follow dogs and sorcerers who tickle their itching ears, rather than the plain word of God. This rejection of the scripture in preference for charlatans is the real pandemic in the world.

Let us examine a false prophecy by Mark Taylor:

“Beware, beware, the enemy roams about seeking whom he can devour and this sitting president [Obama] is doing that in this hour [2016]. He’s full of lies and deceit and is very hateful; he spreads division and corruption with every mouthful. Beware when he says, “look over here, what the right hand is doing” to divert your attention from what the left hand is doing, is his intention. This is a setup from this President and his minions, from the hate, the division, and Hilary Clinton. …For the signs are clear to see, that this President and his minions shall try for thee. A sign will be, he will try to and take the guns so the people can’t rise up and stop him when he tries to run [for a third term].” []

This never happened. Obama neither came for the people’s guns nor ran for a third term. This was insane babbling and pandering to the Republican base, not the word of God. Right-wing evangelicals have a long track record of such prophetic pandering to the GOP cult.

Another false prophecy comes courtesy of Mark Taylor:

“For this man [Obama] who holds the title of President of the United States, will begin to lose his grip from it and be stripped of it, for I the Lord God will rip it from him. The man who calls himself the Commander in Chief, is nothing more than a lying deceitful Thief!” []

This never happened. Obama left office as usual, as any usual President does. This is just more demonic pandering to the GOP base.

We only need one failed prophecy to mark a prognosticator as a fraud. Here we have examined two such proofs. Mark Taylor, AKA Shakina Kami, is a false prophet who is deceiving fools into putting their trust in the things of the world. He also encourages god-emperor, hero worship in the person of Trump, who is a grifter and creep, an anti-christ, and a pied piper.

Trump is a sodomite, crypto-Catholic heathen, and a lying windbag. He is not a savior and the idea that he put America first is a collective delusion. Trump put his own couterie of friends first. Trump and the GOP plays good cop while the Democrats play bad cop, and the people fall for the grift. It is business as usual in the swamp, the swamp that never got drained.

The evangelical cult has a long history of failed prophecies and prophetic pandering to the cult of the GOP. Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity are a den of vipers and are so far from true Christian faith as to be indistinguishable from Lady Fatima and bleedying Mary statue miracle cults. That’s Mark Taylor’s background. He is a charlatan.

Lots of filthy dreamers follow these false teachers. Instead of putting their faith in Jesus, they put their faith in religion, or miracles, or prophecies, or leaders. They trust in the flesh and start to believe their fleshly delusions are signs from God. This has been going on a long time.

Jesus gave us instruction. If you would daily study his instruction in the bible, instead of these false teachers your blind eyes would be opened to see. As we say in computer science, garbage in, garbage out. As long as you keep overlooking Mark Taylor’s failed predictions, you’ll keep believing him a prophet. A broken clock is right twice a day.

Anyone who believes that God chose an adulterous liar who owns strip clubs, to restore morality to a country, is an idiot. They have the man of sin ready for you to worship, along with the fake mark of the beast. This is all about manufacturing consent for their plans. Millions of idiot evangelicals are falling for it. A coordinated effor to pander to evangelical religious delusions is a cheap investment for corrupt politicians.

The “red tide” of GOP cultists heartily believe that the political left is a luciferian cult trafficking children and conspiring with sock puppets to distract people. Has it ever occured to these “true believers” that the GOP could conspire with a few evangelical “prophets” to seed the game with “prophecies” that Trump is an anointed god emperor that will save America? Has it ever occured to these cultists that the right could be hustled and hoodwinked by the Republican machine as effectively as liberals are suckered by Democrat demogogues?

One takeaway of Mark Taylor’s “prophecies” is the branding of Jesus as the God of the GOP.
Prayers might as well be directed to GOP instead of GOD. But I jest.

We already have the spirit-breathed words of God in the scriptures. These words have been authenticated for centuries as faithful and true. The book of Revelation makes it plain that it reveals and opens all the scrolls and there will be no more scripture or prophecy until the Lord comes. The Apostle seals up the testimony of the new testament until the time of the end.

For 1800 years thereafter, everyone who ever came along and claimed to have prophecy from God, was proven a liar, without a single exception. That’s 18 centuries of false prophecies and heresies–a very long time. After 1800 years of all comers being proven false prophets, we are now suddenly supposed to accept Mark Taylor, because lazy Christians think he’s “the Lord’s anointed.”

Jesus Christ of Nazareth is the Lord’s anointed. The only thing these latter-day “prophets” are anointed with is cringy bullshit.


In this article I have examined two lies from Mark Taylor that prove he is a false prophet. He preaches contrary to the established word of God. He joins the long train of false prophets over the last 2000 years. This short examination is sufficient to dismiss him.

The sermon linked here examines Mark Taylor’ lies in depth. []