Ask a Nuwaupian, Where's The Evidence That Supports Malachi York's Statements Of Lares Being The Spirit Monkeys?

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Question: Ask a Nuwaupian, Where's The Evidence That Supports Malachi York's Statements Of Lares Being The Spirit Monkeys?

Answer: The Nuwaupians can't answer this so they'll walk away to find a private place to pray and ask ANU to give them some knowledge .

                                                                                                     *SPIRIT MONKEYS*

                            Yes, and this buffoonery can be found in Malachi York's pseudo sacred text he calls, the "Holy Tablets".



74.) Another breed of Hindus were beings that were one half monkey and one half human. 

75.) These are the Ab-Originals who once lived in the far east now called China.

76.) These are your Monkey people who are the first breed of Shaggy,

77.) And ape man originally called Lord which came from Lares or Lar, spirit monkeys who are known to be the most intelligent monkeys.

-Holy Tablets 3:74-77

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word lord can be traced to Old English hláford , once hláfweard (Ps. civ. 17; Thorpe's ‘to hálf-wearde’ is a misprint: see note in Greek-Wülck.), repr. a prehistoric form *hlaiƀward- , < *hlaiƀ (Old English hláf ) bread, loaf n.1 + *ward (Old English weard ) keeper (see ward n.1). 


lord (n.) mid-13c., laverdloverd, from Old English hlaford "master of a household, ruler, superior," also "God" (translating Latin Dominus, though Old Englishdrihten was used more often), earlier hlafweard, literally "one who guards the loaves," from hlaf "bread, loaf" (see loaf (n.)) + weard "keeper, guardian" (see ward (n.)). Compare lady (literally "bread-kneader"), and Old English hlafæta "household servant," literally "loaf-eater." Modern monosyllabic form emerged 14c. As an interjection from late 14c. Lord's Prayer is from 1540s. Lord of the Flies translates Beelzebub (q.v.) and was name of 1954 book by William Golding. To drink like a lord is from 1620s.lord (v.) c. 1300, "to exercise lordship," from lord (n.). Meaning "to play the lord, domineer" is late 14c. Related: Lordedlording. To lord it is from 1570s.

In its primary sense the word (which is absent from the other Germanic languages) denotes the head of a household in his relation to the servants and dependents who ‘eat his bread’ (compare Old English hláf-ǽta, lit. ‘bread-eater’, a servant); but it had already acquired a wider application before the literary period of Old English The development of sense has been largely influenced by the adoption of the word as the customary rendering of Latin dominus. The late Old Norse lávarðr is adopted < Middle English. 

Source: Online Etymology Dictionary


Notice how there's NO connection with Lares or anything likened to "spirit monkeys".  As usual, York was making up his doctrine.

Lares is defined as: Latin lār, plural larēs, earlier lasēs. 1. Roman Mythol. Thesaurus: Categories » a. pl. (Freq. with capital initial.) The tutelary deities of a house; household gods; hence, the home. Often coupled with penates.



Roman guardian spirits of house and fields. The cult of the Lares is probably derived from the worshipping of the deceased master of the family. It was believed that he blessed the house and brought fertility to the fields. Just like the Penates, the Lares were worshipped in small sanctuaries or shrines, called Lararium, which could be found in every Roman house. They were placed in the atrium (the main room) or in the peristylium (a small open court) of the house. Here people sacrificed food to the Lares on holidays. In contrast to their malignant counterparts the Larvae (Lemures), the Lares are beneficent and friendly spirits.

There were many different types of guardians. The most important are the Lares Familiares (guardians of the family), Lares Domestici (guardians of the house), Lares Patrii and Lares Privati. Other guardians were the Lares Permarini (guardians of the sea), Lares Rurales (guardians of the land), Lares Compitales (guardians of crossroads), Lares Viales (guardians of travelers) and Lares Praestitis (guardians of the state). The Lares are usually depicted as dancing youths, with a horn cup in one hand and a bowl in the other. As progenitors of the family, they were accompanied by symbolic phallic serpents.


No mention of Spirit Monkeys anywhere, so why did Malachi York teach this lie to his followers?  He offers his followers NO PROOF and this is in direct contrast to what York wrote in the opening of the book,

"You will not only find that what has been revealed to me is WITHOUT DOUBT..."

-Malachi York: A Personal Note From The Receiver (OPENING PAGE


After reading this article, the only thing that's without doubt is that York was making these stories up.


"They make statements about events and time, but they don't produce the evidence, or the document to support what they say, which leaves the reader in the same state they are in religion, to believe, but not have facts"

-Let's Set the Records Straight pg. 239