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Monday, December 14, 2009


Over the past few years, but particularly since our global economic depression, we have heard increased warnings about secret plans to create a New World Order—a term often considered code for One World Government. Even international government officials have referenced it during interviews, such as British Prime Minister Gordon Brown declaring on Jan 25, 2009, that the financial recession should be welcomed as the "difficult birth-pangs of a new global order". Two months ago Lord Christopher Monckton, former science advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, was quoted criticizing the Copenhagen Treaty: “I read that treaty. And what it says is this: that a world government is going to be created. The word ‘government’ actually appears as the first of three purposes of the new entity.” He then added, “They are about to impose a communist world government on the world. You have a president who has very strong sympathies with that point of view. He’s going to sign it.” Speculation about creating a One-World Currency, the naming of Barack Obama as the first U.S. President to chair the U.N Security Council, and the continued subordination of American troops to United Nations commanders has enflamed Americans’ concerns about a New World Order. But despite all the discussions and arguments, there is one important element of New World Order theory that most people are unaware of: the creation of One World Religion.

The New Age movement has been among the strongest supporters of a New World Order. Constance Cumbey reports the following in her bestseller, The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow: The New Age Movement and Our Coming Age of Barbarism: “Another thing I noticed was that the New Age books containing this exotic new theology had a vocabulary very similar to the books calling for the New World Order.” (p 28) Central to New Age belief is the idea that Man is God and that we can save ourselves. It is a modern form of Gnosticism. Man has no need to worship gods because we have access to the “Christ consciousness”. This esoteric teaching argues that Christ is not a person, but an office. In other words, Jesus was not the Christ. He was merely someone who had the Christ consciousness descend upon him. And just as Jesus received this office, so can anyone else provided he/she becomes enlightened. Enter Maitreya.

New Agers believe that shortly the world will be introduced to the Maitreya, who according to Cumbey is supposed to be “the fifth reincarnation of Buddha”. (p 19) Maitreya is the ultimate teacher, above all others including Jesus, Moses, Mohamed, etc . . ., and he is to free the divinity within Man and carry us from the Age of Pisces into the Age of Aquarius, which many believe has already begun or will begin in 2012.

What does all this have to do with current events?

Last week a spiral of lights appeared over Norway on the eve of Pres Obama’s arrival in Oslo to accept his Nobel Peace Prize. At first the Russians denied knowing anything about the cause of the lights, but then confessed that it was an intercontinental missile test that went awry.

A missile test?

Regardless of whether the Russians are telling the truth, when I first saw the photos and realized where it happened and when, I was reminded of the following words from Cumbey’s book: “I have learned that the [New Age] Movement has devoted a great deal of research and attention to the use of holographic images.” (p 24) Cumbey even quotes New Age guru David Spangler as saying that “laser beam projectors had been installed for use on top of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine Episcopal, in New York City. “ (p 24) Keep in mind that Cumbey’s book was written in 1983. Consider how technology has advanced in the past 26 years and what science is now capable of.

Why does it matter?

Share International is a group that defines itself as a “worldwide network of individuals and groups whose purpose is to make known the fact that Maitreya the World Teacher for the coming age and his group, the Masters of Wisdom, are now among us, emerging into the public arena gradually, so as not to infringe human free will.” Not long ago they posted the following on their website: “In the very near future a large, bright 'star' will appear in the sky visible to all throughout the world”. Now the spiral of lights has been added to the site as proof of their prophecy.

If there is a connection between the New Age movement and the New World Order, and I believe there is, we will begin to see increased celestial phenomena as part of a heightened PR and marketing effort on the part of those pushing the One World Government/One World Religion agenda. Smoke-and-mirrors will become common. Don’t be fooled.

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