Texe Marrs

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Texe Marrs
Texe W. Marrs
ResidenceSpicewood, Texas[1]
Spouse(s)Wanda J. Marrs

Texe W. Marrs (born 1944) is an American writer and radio host, who runs two fundamentalist Christian ministries, Power of Prophecy Ministries and Bible Home Church, both based in Austin, Texas. His teaching include end times conspiracy theory with heavy elements of antisemitism, anti-Catholicism, anti-Illuminati, and anti-Freemasonry.

He was previously an officer in the United States Air Force and a faculty member at the University of Texas.[2]

Media coverage[edit]

Marrs has received coverage from the news media for his claims that:

  • The Oklahoma City bombing was planned and carried out by the American government.[3]
  • Judaism is the most evil satanic cult that ever existed and Jews are conspiring to overtake the whole world through deceit and cultic worship.[4]
  • Timothy McVeigh was framed.[5]
  • Hillary Clinton is a doctrinaire Marxist who has recruited other America-hating subversives for key administration posts.[6]
  • "Newt Gingrich is a closet Marxist and member of the occultic secret society known as the Bohemian Grove."[7]
  • "Bill Clinton is an establishment hack, a member of the traitorous Trilateral Commission, the Bilderbergers, and Council of Foreign Relations. He and Hillary are deep into Egyptian occultism and Masonic magic." [7]
  • "Robert Dole is a 33rd degree Mason and a fake conservative. He's anti-Jesus Christ."[7]
  • Bill Martin's plans for a Christian naturist resort is evidence that Satan is subverting Christianity.[8]
  • Described as the "conspiracy theorist to end all conspiracy theorists" for his book Codex Magica: Secret Signs, Mysterious Symbols, and Hidden Codes of the Illuminati, which purports to expose a secret conspiracy between politicians and other famous people through modern history.[9]
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton has Orwellian political ambitions.[10]
  • In his book, The Usual Suspects: Answering Anti-Catholic Fundamentalists, Karl Keating debunks Marrs's claim that the Pope plans to head a one-world order.[11]

Public behavior[edit]

Marrs has been accused of being anti-Catholic.[12] In 1999 he alleged that former United States President George H. W. Bush would be involved in a black mass in a chamber within the Great Pyramid of Giza during the 2000 millennium celebrations.[13] Christian writer Constance Cumbey has accused Marrs of plagiarism of material from her book Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow.[14]

Additionally, Texe Marrs has promoted a book, The Greatest Lie on Earth: Proof That Our World is Not a Moving Globe, by Edward Hendrie, which alleges that the planet Earth is immobile and flat.[15][16] Marrs also offers Hendrie's book asserting this argument through his ministry,[17] and books by Hendrie alleging that the world is being manipulated by a vast Jewish-Catholic conspiracy.[18]


  • A Perfect Name for Your Pet, Texe and Wanda Marrs, Heian, San Francisco, 1983. ISBN 0893462217
  • You and the Armed Forces, ARCO, 1983. ISBN 0668056851
  • Careers in Computers: The High-Tech Job Guide, Monarch Press, 1984. ISBN 0671502212
  • How to Prepare for the Armed Forces Test – ASVAB, Barrons, 1984.
  • Careers in High Technology, Irwin Professional Publications, 1985.
  • High Tech Job Finder, Texe and Wanda Marrs, John Wiley & Sons, 1985.
  • The Great Robot Book, Texe and Wanda Marrs, Julin Messenger, 1985.
  • The Personal Robot Book, Robotic Industries Association, 1985. ISBN 0830618961
  • High Technology Careers, Dow Jones & Irwin, 1986.
  • Preparation for the Armed Forces Test, MacMillan, 1986.
  • The Woman's Guide to Military Service, Texe Marrs and Karen Read, Liberty Publishing Company, 1987.
  • Rush to Armageddon, Tynsdale, 1987. ISBN 978-0842357968
  • Dark Secrets of the New Age, Crossway Books, 1987. ISBN 978-0966742145
  • Mystery Mark of the New Age, Crossway Books, 1988. ISBN 9780891074793
  • Futuristic Careers: Jobs Today in the 21st Century Fields, Scott Foresman & Co, 1988.
  • Careers with Robots, Facts On File, 1988.
  • Ravaged By The New Age, Living Truth Publishers, 1989
  • Big Sister Is Watching You, Living Truth Publishers, 1993. ISBN 9780962008696
  • Project L.U.C.I.D.: The Beast 666 Universal Human Control System, Living Truth Publishers, 1996. ISBN 1-884302-02-5
  • Codex Magica, RiverCrest Publishing, 2005. ISBN 9781930004047
  • Conspiracy of the Six Pointed Star: Eye-Opening Revelations and Forbidden Knowledge About Israel, the Jews, Zionism, and the Rothschilds, RiverCrest Publishing, 2011. ISBN 978-1930004573
  • Holy Serpent of the Jews: The Rabbis' Secret Plan for Satan to Crush Their Enemies and Vault the Jews to Global Dominion, RiverCrest Publishing, 2016. ISBN 978-1930004986
  • Die America Die—The Illuminati Plan to Murder America, Confiscate Its Wealth, and Make Red China Leader of the New World Order (video), RiverCrest Publishing.
  • Rothschild’s Choice: Barack Obama and the Hidden Cabal Behind the Plot to Murder America (video), RiverCrest Publishing.
  • Architectural Colossus: Mysterious Monuments of the Illuminati Enshroud the World With Magic and Seduction (video), RiverCrest Publishing. ISBN 978-1930004467
  • Where the Rich and Famous Dwell: Architectural Secrets of the Rothschilds, the Vanderbilts, the Rockefellers, the Astors, and Other Storied Bloodlines and Dynasties (video), RiverCrest Publishing.


  1. ^ "About Texe Marrs". Power of Prophecy Ministry Website. Retrieved 2007-12-12.
  2. ^ Quindlen, Anna (9 February 1994). "Public & Private; The Cost Of Free Speech". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-07-13.
  3. ^ Johnson, Kevin (4 August 1995). "Okla. City conspiracy buzz grows". USA Today. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  4. ^ Marrs, Texe. "Holy Serpent of the Jews: The Rabbis' Secret Plan for Satan to Crush Their Enemies and Vault the Jews to Global Dominion". ISBN 978-1930004986.
  5. ^ Vitello, Paul (20 February 2001). "Cancel McVeigh's Ascension". Newsday. Retrieved 2011-07-13.
  6. ^ Quindlen, Anna (9 February 1994). "Public & Private; The Cost Of Free Speech". New York Times. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  7. ^ a b c Rossie, David (21 July 1996). "Truths from the wild blue yonder". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  8. ^ Allen-Mills, Tony (18 December 2005). "Christians strip to build a new Eden". The Sunday Times. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  9. ^ Jackson, Hardy (27 May 2010). "They' are out there". The Anniston Star. Archived from the original on 8 October 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  10. ^ "Hillary pillory: Clinton may feel the love – and the hate – in 2008". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 14 November 2004. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  11. ^ "The Usual Suspects: Answering Anti-Catholic Fundamentalists. (Book Review)". Catholic Insight. 1 April 2003. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
  12. ^ "KARL KEATING'S E-LETTER February 25, 2003". Catholic Answers Website. Archived from the original on November 14, 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-29.
  13. ^ Eltahawy, Mona (December 1999). "Egyptian boogie nights". U.S. News & World Report. 127 (25): 24. Archived from the original on 2013-11-04. – "David Icke, a former British television sportscaster turned prophet of doom, and Texe Marrs, a retired U.S. Air Force officer turned pastor, have issued Web site warnings that, come millennium eve, former President George Bush and fellow members of a cult known as the Illuminati will summon oppressive evil forces at a black mass in a burial chamber deep inside the great Cheops pyramid."
  14. ^ "Disinformation in the "New Age" – The Sad and Ugly Truth of Texe Marrs". My perspective – What Constance thinks. Retrieved 2011-09-13.
  15. ^ Audiotapes of Texe Marrs webcast with Hendrie; The Greatest Lie on Earth: Proof That Our World is Not a Moving Globe. Chapter 4 of the book, titled "The Earth is flatter than a pancake", very clearly asserts that the Earth is flat.
  16. ^ Texe Marrs - The Greatest Lie On Earth - March 12, 2016 on YouTube
  17. ^ Book as listed on Marr's website (7/2016) [1].
  18. ^ Although not indexed by author, As of July 2016 Marrs is selling Hendrie's Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great, Bloody Zion, and Anti-Christ: The Beast Revealed; there are at least four other religious-oriented books by Hendrie not being sold by Marrs.

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