Trolls on Scott Nevins’ “Elder Ephraim” Facebook Page (September, 2014)

NOTE: On May 25, 2012, a few weeks before he committed suicide, Scott Nevins created the Elder Ephraim Facebook Community Page.  The purpose of this page, which has recently been deleted from Facebook, is stated thus: “This facebook page was created to expose Elder Ephraim…I speak for all of the monks and nuns who were buried alive by Elder Ephraim; one-thousand voices crying out, ‘justify me!’”

Profile pic for the Elder Ephraim Facebook Community Page
Profile pic for the Elder Ephraim Facebook Community Page

On September 13th, 2014, a young man named Philip Ephraim Aaron Drake trolled the page and posted the following comment on the page’s wall:

Philip Ephraim Aaron Drake
Philip Ephraim Aaron Drake

May Jesus Christ Our Lord have mercy on Scotts soul, and healing for his family. I disagree that this was Geronda Ephraim’s, or Geronda Piasio’s fault. When someone decides to commit suicide that person is deeply depressed, and needs to find treatment, support, and love the latter of these two were not lacking in his life. This is mental illness, and sadly Scott did not seek appropriate treatment. Please look at the real enemy, and stop doing the devil’s work by sowing the seeds of enmity and division. Over the years I stayed many times at Saint Anthony’s Monastery, at one time I was thinking about becoming a monk. I have spent time with both Geronda Ephraim and Geronda Piasios and have had discussions that were truly life changing. I was never coerced into doing anything that would be destructive to me or my body. This page needs to shutdown because it is purely for evil ends, and does nothing good for peoples salvation. You are preaching the devils word, not God’s. You may say hey people need to know about this and that, ok, write SCOBA, write to the Bishops, and write the Patriarch if needed. I hope you find healing in Christ, but please stop dragging the Church and her monks through the mud.

Photo Album with captions from the Elder Ephraim Facebook Community Page

This pictures is for all the kids who associate with the monastery. Let they who have ears to hear, hear (May 25, 2012).
This pictures is for all the kids who associate with the monastery. Let they who have ears to hear, hear (May 25, 2012).
I found this great picture that perfectly describes my experience at St. Anthony's monastery. It's a monk fish. It's a picture, which represents elder ephraim's lie of being holy, and then the very evil reality that innocent people encounter after getting to know him (May 25, 2012).
I found this great picture that perfectly describes my experience at St. Anthony’s monastery. It’s a monk fish. It’s a picture, which represents elder ephraim’s lie of being holy, and then the very evil reality that innocent people encounter after getting to know him (May 25, 2012).
Anyone feel like being buried on Mt. Athos? The fly agaric mushroom can cause a deep, death-like sleep for up to three days. I'll bet this is what they use to bury the monks on Mt. Athos. That's why their bodies sag at burial (May 25, 2012).
Anyone feel like being buried on Mt. Athos? The fly agaric mushroom can cause a deep, death-like sleep for up to three days. I’ll bet this is what they use to bury the monks on Mt. Athos. That’s why their bodies sag at burial (May 25, 2012).
Prayer 7 And when you pray, do not keep on babbling [saying the same words over and over again] like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. 8 Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him [ask only once; anything more than this is pointless (vanity)] (May 25, 2012).
Prayer
7 And when you pray, do not keep on babbling [saying the same words over and over again] like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. 8 Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him [ask only once; anything more than this is pointless (vanity)] (May 25, 2012).
This is the beautiful saguaro cactus, which I was told, can not legally be knocked down, unless the cactus' position conflicts with building. Elder Ephraim had his monks knock over countless saguaro cacti for absolutely no reason at all. The man is a criminal at best (May 25, 2012).
This is the beautiful saguaro cactus, which I was told, can not legally be knocked down, unless the cactus’ position conflicts with building. Elder Ephraim had his monks knock over countless saguaro cacti for absolutely no reason at all. The man is a criminal at best (May 25, 2012).

Distilling alcohol is illegal in Arizona, but Elder Ephraim still has his monks distill alcohol! This man has no respect for the law. Don't have anything to do with him (May 25, 2012). [2 days before his suicide, Scott commented on this post: Elder Ephraim correction: it's illegal without a liscence, and they could obtain one; however, they choose not to. (9 June 2012 at 19:34)
Distilling alcohol is illegal in Arizona, but Elder Ephraim still has his monks distill alcohol! This man has no respect for the law. Don’t have anything to do with him (May 25, 2012). [2 days before his suicide, Scott commented on this post: Elder Ephraim correction: it’s illegal without a liscence, and they could obtain one; however, they choose not to. (9 June 2012 at 19:34)
The next photo is of a monk beside a pile of skulls which is the only photo with no download option [thus is not here]; it is also the cover photo for this Facebook page.

On June 25, 2012, David Constantine-Wright posted:

The ends never justify the means. If deception and wrongful practices have to be used to support something, thinking people will call into question that which is being supported.

https://www.facebook.com/ElderEphraim

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