Our apologies over this inconvenience, but there is an interesting connection one might wonders if can be drawn with two other internet phenomena. Please let me explain as the page you are now reading is the third item listed on a google search for "www.jerusalempassion.org"...
You see, www.jerusalempassion.org's registration was not renewed perhaps a year ago - I thought it had been, but it seems it was suddenly acquired by an entreprenurial "gentleman" in Indonesia whose email address is associated with 163 or more other sites, all on an "unsafe" blacklist, who ran foul of the registration authorities where one suspects it was being used to display what is often called "contraband" material, judging by a notice I saw when checking what was going on. I had originally registered it in about 2003 or 2004 through a company which was later acquired by Tucows. However it seems someone called bought the domain name as soon as it fell due perhaps a year ago.
I am also told that this method has been used by unscrupulous people who wish to prevent the continuance of a web address (the url or "uniform resource locator") that they might regard as being "unfair" to their "business dealings". One can never get proof of such matters, so it is a pure assumption by me, the webmaster (emailto:eagles-at-chatministries.org) of this site. However the website address for a major musical work of a sacred nature if it could be seen to have been linked to explicit porn would be for ever discredited, wouldn't it? A good way to prevent its being regarded highly, or even seriously. I believe that this may have happened because of my research results. Sad.
It is known that Indonesia is one of many countries involved in contraband promotions and "phishing", and I have suspected for years that "coincidences" don't happen in life nearly as frequently as one might believe. I have a directory of interesting files saved at www.eagles-lair.org/info/evidence
The new "Jerusalem Passion" website put up by Doug Watt (Vision One Administrator) in 2003 and progressively developed over some years has been shut down suddenly by them in about 2015-2016 and the name is up for sale for an exorbitant price. Please visit here. We have saved a page page here.
You may be interested in some historical stuff; there was a general invitation on it to attend a reunion in the third quarter of 2004. A link to it is here.
Because the information might be of historical interest to visitors here after the page was taken down by Vision One, we have reproduced that page on our site also.
Composer Murray Wylie had been busy writing, and he presented the work at his own Brisbane church at Easter 2003, to be "officially" performed at Easter 2004 for the public, a year later. This new work appeared to be called "Firstborn: Song of Songs" and we greatly looked forward to hearing it.
It looked like the August 2004 Reunion would be an opportunity for those who could not make it to the Easter 2004 performance to hear excerpts from it.
After many years of taking a back seat from major music composition, it seemed like Murray had once again been allowed by senior minister Victor Hall to write another major work. Wonderful news! In retrospect one wonders how a leadership team of "equals" could have a senior minister, a concept promoted by BCF over many years, but they have changed their mind obviously.
Murray is sadly now a shunned recluse, and it seems that "boys" now direct all the music in his church. We are told that many in the congregation have felt a need to leave, and those left appear to close ranks to prevent discussion with outsiders, rather like the "Exclusive Brethren". There is an interesting book about that church, called "Apostles of Fear".
You may find my reinstated site at www.jerusalempassion.org
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