Saturday, May 5, 2018

Ron Fraser's Articles

Previously Ron Fraser's articles for PCG's recruitment magazine, The Philadelphia Trumpet, were listed in earlier posts as may be seen in Part 1 and Part 2 of "PCG's Ron Fraser's Alarmist Articles." He also wrote articles of a more religious flavor more specifically directed at PCG members. At least some of these were presumably written for another magazine produced by PCG, Royal Vision. Some of them may be seen in Here are the articles written by Ron Fraser which are kept online at

PCG's loaded language may be seen in some of the titles. One article is entitled "Spread True Joy at This Feast." Another is entitled "Experience Real Joy." But how can joy be false? How can joy be not real? The answer is that this is loaded language. Here "true joy" and "real joy" refer to joy approved by PCG's leadership. Joy over something that the PCG leadership disapproves of is excluded when talking of this "true joy" or "real joy." This loaded language promotes conformity with PCG's rules.

Please note that the date for the July 10, 2013 article has been recently altered on the website under discussion.


May: What is Love? Article.


May: Pentecost: The Fruit of Joy. Article.


May: The Power of One. Article.

November: The Gift of Discretion. Article.


September: Spread True Joy at This Feast. Article.


July: Do You Have Spiritual Courage? Article.


May: Have You Experienced Times of Refreshing? Article.


January: Experience Real Joy. Article.

May: Why We Need Longsuffering. Article.


March: The Characteristics of a Savior. Article.


March: Expect Miracles. Article.

June 30: The Proverbs 31 Woman. Article.

July 10: Become a Man, My Son! Article.

(On October 4, 2013 Ron Fraser passed away.)

November 20: Uncovering the Origins of Mardi Gras and Other 'Christian' Festivals. Article.


May 18: Teenage Discretion Advised. (Written with Gareth Fraser.) Article.


January 18: Twilight for Britannia. Article.

While working for the PCG organization Ron Fraser made many dire proclamations that catastrophe would soon befall the world. That never happened. They are but false prophets. There is no need to fear their predictions of doom.

1 comment:

  1. What is love? What is joy?
    Answer: Leaving a armstrong based cult.