Butler was devoutly religious, but rejected mainstream Christianity as antithetical to the principles of
its founder, and preached his own version of spirituality. Over the next fifteen years, his nineteen-acre
estate served as the world’s most prominent National Socialist headquarters during the late 20th
Century. The Pastor’s graciousness and generosity made it a congenial oasis of calm sanity in an
outside world gone mad with race mixing degeneracy.
– Pastor Richard G. Butler (RIP)