Is 1 Mistranslated Word In The Bible Killing You?
According to Pastor Andrew, the answer is YES
And in his short video, he provides very strong evidence to support this controversial (but rapidly growing) theory.
At first, we were quite skeptical, and I even asked the pastor point blank…
"Are you saying that God made a mistake?"
The pastor was quick to respond, and said –
"God doesn’t make mistakes. But 1800 years ago, we believe a biblical translator DID."
The pastor then went on to explain his theory…
"It is our belief that ONE, single, mistranslated word in the bible – which occurred about 200 years after the death of Jesus – is responsible for an incredible amount of needless suffering."
I felt that the pastor truly believed what he was claiming…
So I decided to watch his video.
And frankly, it was as shocking to me as it was eye-opening.
But you be the judge for yourself.
PS: According to the pastor (and maybe he’s just being paranoid but...)
certain left-leaning departments of our government are actively trying to Suppress.
Watch the secret he exposes in his controversial video

he Aatmalingam of the Himalayas possesses enormous divine powers. Once every 72 years, The Akasa Ganga from the sky flows into Aatmalingam. Those who drink Akasaganga's holy water become immortal and gain supernatural powers. In 1932, during the colonial rule in India a youngster named Bhatia with two greedy tantriks in search for the Atmalingam from a cave which is guarded by a divine trishul & a gigantic cobra. They try to bring it but were failed, resulting in the deaths of the two tantriks & Bhatia loses his right hand in the process. The sacred Aatmalingam gets swept away in the river & becomes invisible. As time progresses, Bhatia is now 99 years old. He searches for the Aatmalingam's traces, but in vain. The Akasaganga is slated to flow to the earth for the Atmalingam in 2004. Finally, he gets to know about a professor who made a lifetime research on the Aatmalingam and Akasaganga who possesses vital information in a red diary. Fea ring for his life and this information, the professor sends the diary to his student Swapna, who is in the USA, so that Bhatia will not be able to get immortal. After receiving the journal, Swapna, sensing danger to her professor, comes back to India in search of him, only to find him killed. While escaping from Bhatia, she runs into Anji , a Good Samaritan in the Uravakonda forest area, which serves the most revered Sivanna, an ayurvedic specialist, while also raising four orphans. One day, Anji stumbles on the Aatmalingam and gets it into his possession. After coming to know about it, Bhatia and his men are after Anji and Swapna. As the D-Day of Akasa Ganga is fast approaching, Sivanna advises Anji that the Aatmalingam should be sent back to where it belongs. So, Anji goes to the Himalayas to restore Aatmalingam in a temple which is built using Shaligram by Bhagiratha. The temple becomes visible only after 72 years. Anji faces many traps in the temple. But survives to restore Aatm alingam. But Bhatia drinks the water before Anji could drink it. One of the orphans gets shot. Anji and Bhatia get into a full-fledged fight, and at last, Mahakalabhairava appears and kills Bhatia using his third eye. Anji manages to run away from the temple, and a drop of the holy water revives the orphan who had been shot by Bhatia. Anji, Swapna and the four orphans return to their home in a helicopter, and the Aatmalingam and the temple vanishes, never to be seen aga