The Bipolar Winter Blog
During WWII, 10% of all Seventh-day Adventist church members lived in Germany. Following World War I, German Adventists, like many of their countrymen, felt humiliation and anger as a result of the Treaty of Versailles and the hardships it imposed on the German people. (more)
That anger fueled the rise of the Nazis, and like many other people, many Adventists were attracted to Adolf Hitler.more
The Seventh-day Adventist church teaches that before the world ends with the coming of Jesus Christ, there will be seven plagues – these are mentioned in the book of Revelation. The first of these seven plagues manifests as sores inside and outside the body that will cause suffering and death for people all over the world.
Many people believe that the Covid-19 pandemic is the first of the seven last plagues.more
What would happen if modern Seventh-day Adventists – as their forefathers may have done with the German people before World War II – began teaching the world that Jews are not really Jews?
Professor Walter Veith questions claims made by modern Ashkenazi Jews. This leader and well-known independent evangelist of the Seventh-day Adventist church teaches about prophecies of the SDA church, and he is listened to and supported by many of the church’s leaders. Are Walter Veith’s teachings like those of German Adventists in the 1930s? Is he attempting to persuade the world that Ashkenazi Jews are not true descendants of ancient Jews, but are in fact converts to Judaism?
In Israel, Orthodox Jews constantly question the validity of Jewish conversion. Therefore, the question of Dr....more
The Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church is a religion based on the teachings of Ellen G. White and its founders’ interpretation of the Christian Bible. Adventists believe that Catholics and Protestants will soon unite to attack the SDA church.
Samuel David Steiner is a former member of the Seventh-day Adventist church who left the organization because he could no longer follow its false and dangerous teachings. Part of Ellen White’s teaching – and the SDA church’s belief – is that the world is becoming attracted to spiritualism and communicating with the dead, and as the seven last plagues proceed, the practice of spiritualism will grow.more
Bipolar WINTER, Volume II (expected publication November 2022) reminds us that we live in a time in history when man has created and weaponized many different technologies capable of destroying life on a global scale – among them are drones, robots, nanotechnology, lasers, radiation, computer viruses, HAARP (High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program – a geophysical weapon of mass destruction), biological and chemical agents, EMPs, and nuclear weapons.
The Bipolar WINTER project challenges its audience to consider the threat of power held by leaders of one of the world’s wealthiest and most influential religious organizations – and rogue followers determined to ensure the fulfillment of that church’s founding prophecies. If a group such as the Branch...more
Since its founding, the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church has been the most anti-Catholic church ever to exist. The SDA church has taught for over 170 years that the first beast of the book of Revelation is the Roman Catholic Church. Historic Adventist teachings on the Sabbath and the Trinity lie in opposition to Catholic doctrine, and the SDA church has always considered itself the remnant (true) church.
In recent years, however, the Adventist church has embraced Catholic doctrines that previously it vehemently opposed. The eagerness of SDA leaders to align the Adventist church with the Catholic Church calls into question the Adventist position toward Rome and the papacy. The abandoning of foundational teachings by leaders at the highest levels of the SDA church begs the...more
The Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church was designed and created by a hidden hand called the Shmita Advent Rite of Freemasonry (SARF). How is the word Shmita associated with the sabbath? Who is the SARF? Find out more below, then read Bipolar Winter, a work of fiction based on historical events, and determine for yourself what is fact and what is fiction.more
Most people are aware of the names David Koresh, Waco, and Branch Davidians – but few know that the real name of the group is the Branch Davidian Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church. Did you know that every single person who died at Mount Carmel was a baptized Seventh-day Adventist church member? They had become followers of a man who modified only a few of the church’s teachings.more
Bipolar Winter is a fiction novel based on historical facts by Samuel David Steiner. Many events have taken place in the history of Christianity, and Steiner hopes to unveil some of his findings. He ultimately wants his readers to become informed and make their own decisions on what they choose to believe. Steiner grew up around The Seventh-day Adventist Church, and he decided it was his duty to inform others about what he witnessed. The Seventh-day Adventist Church, one of the world’s wealthiest organizations, whose membership is among the most highly educated, is a virulently anti-Catholic doomsday cult. SDA church prophecies specifically condemn the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church. The SDA has taught children that if they do not...more
The Seventh-Day Adventist Church is a Christian-based religion whose ideologies revolve around the Bible and prophecies stemming from Ellen G. White. Many of this church’s viewpoints involve the end times and the idea that Adventist leaders will join forces with the U.S. government, causing eventual hate and persecution of Adventists. Their beliefs on the end times also involve seven plagues mentioned in Revelation before the end of the world occurs, and many believers think that the Covid-19 pandemic is the beginning of these plagues, hinting that the return of Jesus Christ is near.
Samuel David Steiner is a former member of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church who decided to leave this religion due to conflicting personal ideologies. He believes that individuals should have the...more
Samuel David Steiner is a former member of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church who recalls many of the teachings he grew up learning. Many of this church’s ideologies involve outlandish thinking about the group's position within the world, as they feel they are soon to be the most hated people in history. The Seventh-Day Adventist Church holds values that conflict with the Protestant and Catholic religions, which is why they seem to believe that these worshippers will be the ones to eventually bring an end to the SDA belief system.
The book Bipolar Winter is a fictional novel based on historical events, where Steiner takes a deep dive into the many ideas the SDA Church holds as truth. His ultimate goal is to allow individuals to make...more
The fascination of living forever has been around for centuries and even can be found in most religions in one form or another. BipolarWINTER is a fictional work of art based on historic facts to tell the story of a malicious campaign begun by powerful, forceful leaders in the Seventh-day Adventist church who used their status and political influence to evade federal laws. BiploarWINTER further explores the topic of “Who Wants to Live Forever” in volume one. Check out this short synopsis of the topic below!more
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Has a hidden hand behind the administration of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church – who, since 1863, has been the most anti-Catholic church ever to exist – orchestrated a marriage of the Adventist and Catholic churches?
Will the whole world soon see the SDA church ally itself with the Catholic Church?
Are the U.S. government and the SDA church intertwined financially, politically, and through medical agendas to develop technologies that allow populations to be tracked and controlled?
If so, what mechanism does the church use to deflect or deny any such associations?
Because of the secret order’s association with Josef Mengele, who predicted...more
Have leaders within the secret order of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church attempted to ally themselves with the 2nd beast of Revelation, the United States government?
Did the prophecies of Ellen White and Uriah Smith foretell the U.S. government would ultimately turn on the SDA church and its members and begin persecuting them?
In Project Whitecoat, did the SDA church offer 2,300 service-age enlisted men to become guinea pigs at Fort Dietrich in exchange for permission from the U.S. government to teach the 2300 Day Prophecy without fear of being charged with sedition?
Did the secret order within the SDA church utilize Adventist communities to help assimilate some Nazis and their families under Project Paperclip, the U.S. government’s...more
If the church did this, did it also help prepare an exit in case he was to fail?
Is there any truth to the rumors of a secret order within the SDA church using a hidden hand to guide the activities and future of the SDA church?
If so, did this hidden hand orchestrate...more
To the current and former members of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church and those who are considering joining the church – The Investigative Judgment is the foundation of SDA doctrine. Since you have investigated one of the greatest mysteries in the universe, you are being invited to join in this investigation. For over 170 years, the Adventist church has warned that because of your beliefs, the world will turn on you and hate you. Thus, you are prepared to help with the 2nd greatest investigation in history. We will consider 7 questions, 1 at a time. We are asking you to investigate each element and post your comments and findings here.
Please invite others to join in this journey. The next person you introduce to these questions may have the answers.more
The intent of this blog is to remind members of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church of the prophecies of their founder Ellen White – that near the end of the world, Adventist church leaders would wax evil and co-mingle with the Catholic Church. This is ultimately about whether or not Ellen White was correct in saying SDA leaders would lead the church astray and into a pageantry march with the Catholic Church.more