At over two hours this is quite a long film but certainly worth the effort. Keith Thompson, the director, reveals the many connections between Theosophy, Freemasonry, the New Age movement, the United Nations, Luciferianism, the 2012 phenomena and the New World Order. I've looked at this general subject recently and I've another post in the pipeline but this film has a much broader scope than my limited time allows.
There's a key conclusion made in the film that I've also come to myself. That is that it's very possible that the real agenda is that the 'bad' New World Order is being simultaneously built up and 'exposed' by certain 'leaders' of the 'truth movement' only for it to be eventually 'defeated'. Following this will be a clamour, possibly led by the 'truth movement' leaders who 'exposed' the 'bad' New World Order, for unity, the end to division and 'oneness' in something similar to the Zeitgeist utopia that is the Venus Project. The film does an excellent comparison between the stated aims of the Venus Project and that of Communism. The elites get their (real) New World Order (though it wouldn't be called this) and not only that the people clamour for it. A 'Brave New World' where the slaves enjoy their servitude.
Although Thompson is clearly a Christian and there are references to the Bible throughout, this shouldn't put you off if religion isn't your thing. That said the fact that Christianity is quite obviously a target of those behind the agenda should provide food for thought at the very least. It's certainly an important consideration and one I'm still reflecting on.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010
|Pierre Teilhard de Chardin|
In the influential and very successful book "The Aquarian Conspiracy", by Marilyn Ferguson, a survey of new agers showed that the leading influence on their spiritual 'awakening' was Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. The book itself was described as a "handbook for the new age" that "sought a paradigm shift in global consciousness".
Gary Kah, in his book 'En Route to Global Occupation' (p. 41), said of Chardin:
"[He] is one of the most frequently quoted writers by leading New Age occultists."
A claim further supported by Dave Hunt and T.A. McMahon, in their book 'The Seduction of Christianity: Spiritual Discernment in the Last Days' (p. 80) when they said:
"Teilhard dreamed of humanity merging into 'God' and each realising his own godhood at the Omega point. This belief has inspired many of today's New Age leaders."
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Looking at this again on the smaller screen that is my laptop I could see that blogger had cut off half of the image. This meant I've had to reduce its size, which in turn has reduced the size of the Fabian logo, making it indistinct. For anyone who doesn't know, the fact that their logo is that of a wolf in sheep's clothing is really a crucial element of what the image was trying to portray. For that reason I've included the logo as well below, if only because it's worth reflecting on what it represents and what it says about the organisation itself and the people who are members of it.