Understanding The Depth Of Trust Part II
Over these next few weeks, I will be covering some in depth material tying the information found at temcat.com and qanon.pub. Before we get started, I want to credit the source who brought this to light. He is one of my loyal subscribers, he enlightened me to the understanding of the Frankists and the Hivites. I will begin. The U.N. Has an altar, and as a body is pure luciferian in belief and design. Theosophy is a luciferian death cult when you get beyond the rhetoric. The U.N. Adopted its principles early on. Nothing is new under the Sun. All of this connects planned parenthood directly to the Cabal.
Q936 The Nazi order. NWO [N does not refer to “New”]. The Sum of All Fears.
Religion of the New World Order is connected to Masonry is connected to the Lucis Trust. In this statement, Cardinal Hume echoes Pope John XXIII when he said 'the Church today is faced with an immense task: to humanize and to Christianize this modern civilization of ours'. According to the Cardinal, the Church is just a transitory development until the moment that the entire world is made one in Christ — an event which is allegedly being brought about through many different organizations cooperating with the Church in the building of the kingdom of God on earth. (Which god is this???) As Cardinal Hume puts it: 'When the whole of creation is caught up into a single symphony of love, the kingdom of God will have reached fulfillment and God will be all in all'. The modern Ecumenical-Interfaith Movement teaches that a spark of God indwells every person unconditionally, which can be kindled into flame through practicing the various mystical techniques which can be found in all the religious systems of the world. In this way, true spirituality is presented as any means by which a person can realize personal 'God-consciousness' or 'Christ-consciousness', according to whatever tradition and culture in which one happens to be living. It is, after all, only a short phonetic step from Christ to Krishna! The Religion of the New World Order Historically, the seduction of the United Nations into religious syncretism has been initiated primarily through the offices of three men. Two were Secretary-General of the U.N., Dag Hammarskjöld (held office 1953-1961) and U Thant (held office, 1962-1971), and one was an Assistant Secretary-General, Dr Robert Muller. 1) Dag Hammarskjöld In a book written to celebrate the philosophy of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (a Jesuit) and edited by Dr Robert Muller, a disciple of Teilhard, it was stated that : 'Dag Hammarskjöld, the rational Nordic economist, had ended up as a mystic. He too held at the end of his life that spirituality was the ultimate key to our earthly fate in time and space'. In case readers may be wondering what kind of 'spirituality' Dag Hammarskjöld advocated, a leaflet about the United Nations Meditation Room written under his direction stated that its eerie lodestone altar 'is dedicated to the God whom man worships under many names and in many forms'. (Really?) Then U Thant In 1973, the U.N. Secretary-General U Thant — who was also a Thai Buddhist mystic — formed the organization 'Planetary Citizens' with Donald Keys, an international New Age activist who has close connections with the occult Findhorn Community (The Findhorn Foundation is funded by the Lucis Trust). 'Planetary Citizens' is an influential Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) within the U.N., which is described as being specifically 'devoted to preparing people for the coming of the new culture'. In other words, it is a harbinger of the Neo-Gnostic New World Order. Another major player in the increasing commitment of the United Nations to interfaith universalism is Dr. Robert Muller. He first came to the U.N. in 1948, and was an Assistant Secretary-General for many years. Today he is the influential Chancellor of the United Nations Peace University. As the editor and co-author of a book in honor of Teilhard de Chardin, who had 'always viewed the United Nations as the institutional embodiment of his philosophy', (Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was a Jesuit.) Dr. Muller has also written a book entitled 'Shaping a Global Spirituality' (Doubleday, 1978/82). In another of Dr. Muller's books, 'Decide to Be', we are given a glimpse into the 'spirituality' that the Interfaith Movement is building through the offices of the United Nations. One passage reads: 'Decide to open yourself to God, to the Universe, to all your brethren and sisters, to your inner self...to the potential of the human race, to the infinity of your inner self, and you will become the universe...you will become infinity, and you will be at long last your real, divine, stupendous self '. As a further recent indicator of the depth of the involvement of the United Nations in the interfaith movement, a meeting was held at the U.N. on April 15th 1992 in which the Roman Catholic theologian, Professor Hans Küng (Professor at Turbingen University at the same time that Jan Paulsen was a PhD candidate), gave a talk entitled Global Responsibility: A New World Ethic in a New World Order. Organized jointly by the Temple of Understanding (originally the Lucis Trust) and the Pacem in Terris Society (Peace in the Earth) and attended by two hundred guests in the Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium, the conclusion of this meeting was that 'the United Nations has the potential for leading the way in global ethical considerations. Q2044 THEY WANT THE KEYS TO THE KINGDOM.
The Golden Rule offers the nucleus of what could be a declaration of world ethics'. The so-called 'Golden Rule' — that we should behave toward others as we would have them behave toward us — is being used by many in the Interfaith Movement as a starting point for syncretic universalism. Because such a saying can be found in all the world's religions, as well as in the Bible, it is concluded that both they and Christianity have the same underlying goals. The real reason that the so-called Golden Rule is such a favorite with ecumenists, interfaithists and universalists is because it means that a reductionist religious ideal can be formed which denies the fullness and necessary divisiveness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Removed from its context, it can be made to conform to the ethical, philosophical and religious doctrines of the world. So let us beware of those who wish to wrest this teaching from its context and make it into a neat universalist 'sound bite' on salvation by works, while linking up nicely behind the New Age teachings of the 'Universal Fatherhood of God' and comfortable programs promoting global 'love and peace' When the second 'Parliament of the World's Religions' was held in Chicago in 1993, a 'declaration of world ethics' formulated by Dr. Hans Küng and rooted in the so-called 'Golden Rule' — which would later be ratified by the United Nations — formed a major part of its considerations. Entitled 'A Declaration of a Global Ethic', the motivation behind it is clearly shown in Dr. Küng's statement to his U.N. audience in the Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium on April 15th 1992: 'If we want to overcome fundamentalism we have to do it in a constructive way'. Let it not be forgotten that for the Interfaith advocate, 'fundamentalism' is not confined to certain forms of Islam but is also identified with Evangelical Christianity. This 'Declaration' will, in effect, constitute the 'basis of faith' or 'collective creed' of the confederated religions of the New World Order, by which the strongly missionary and evangelistic foundation of Christianity will be made out to be 'divisive to the human family' and will become increasingly subjected to the forces of suppression. If we wish to identify a likely spiritual vehicle for a gathering Armageddon, we need look no further than the 'oneness' religion being manufactured through the auspices of the United Nations. This was first apparent at the Fifth Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Nairobi in November 1975, when representatives from non-Christian religions — Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism — were for the first time invited to present papers. After hearing the plea from the new Secretary of the World Council of Churches for 'a dialogue with people of other faiths, people of other ideologies or of none', some members walked out (including the Bishop of London, Graham Leonard), protesting the syncretist direction the WCC was heading in. To aid us in our understanding of the occult connections in these events, let us open up a most revealing association here. The Hindu representative who was invited to present a paper at this 1975 World Council of Churches Assembly was Professor K.L. Seshagiri Rao, the editor of a magazine called Insight, published by the Temple of Understanding.
Q2651 Why, for decades, has the UN encouraged donor countries to contribute 0.7% of their gross domestic product (GDP) on foreign aid? The corruption (infiltration) at the top (WW) has spread like cancer. Q
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Published on May 31, 2016