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 LE NOUVEL ÂGE ET LE SYNCRÉTISME SONT-ILS EN TRAIN D'INFECTER PROGRESSIVEMENT LE MONDE ÉVANGÉLIQUE?




13 juil 2007 Ce qui suit est une collection de liens pour réfléchir sur cette question et mettre en garde notre monde évangélique contre les dangers qui le guettent.

L'Alliance Evangélique Mondiale s'aligne sur les propositions de l'ONU et se met en mouvement pour promouvoir ses buts, manquant à son devoir initial qui est la prédication de l'Evangile.


 Un théologien met en garde l'Alliance Evangélique Mondiale, les "objectifs du millénaire pour le développement" n'ont pas de fondement biblique (idea)L'Initiative Evangélique pour l'Ecologie sert-elle les desseins de ceux qui ont manipulé l'opinion pour vendre le réchauffement climatique? Quels sont les buts de ces gens derrières les discours d'apparence? Le Nouvel Age, qui consistera dans le contrôle des naissances et des richesses de la Terre, distille ses idées parmi les évangéliques (humanisme, néo-malthusianisme, etc.) !


L'initiative Evangélique pour l'écologie, signée par les plus hautes instances évangéliques, est-elle aveuglée par l'argent reçu de mouvements pro-avortement? (Concerned Women for America, lire également cet article qui lui fait suite, non traduit en français)L'Alliance Evangélique Française et la Ligue pour la Lecture de la Bible font entrer le "loup" Brian McLaren dans la "bergerie" de l'église francophone. Séduits par certains aspects de son messages, les responsables de ces 2 oeuvres n'ont pas vu le pire: cet homme n'est pas seulement un libéral, il introduit subtilement la pensée du "Nouvel Age" dans l'Eglise. Et personne n'avait rien vu.


L'Alliance Evangélique et la Ligue pour la Lecture de la Bible ouvrent-elles la porte au Nouvel Age dans l'Eglise? (voxdei)

Affaire McLaren, les liens, les dates et les articles pour comprendre (voxdei/vigisectes)La psychologie "chrétienne" s'est profondément implantée dans les églises. Elle est ennemie de la Croix et se met au service du Moi, du développement personnel, du bonheur, etc.


Une ancienne praticienne en relation d'aide lance un pavé dans la mare (MichelledAstier.org)"J'ai le droit d'être heureux" (Samizdat.ac.ca)

La louange hédoniste, comment les cultes ont été progressivement remplis de musiques dont les paroles se sont éloignées du sens biblique pour être axées sur un vocabulaire limité décrivant quelques émotions, et conduite par des jeunes peu sanctifiés. Comment le niveau sonore excessif fait désormais fuir les personnes plus âgées qui attendent que "la louange" se passe ou viennent tout simplement après...

"La louange par les oeuvres", un ex-d'Hillsong raconte (GBUmusique)
Hillsong, l'église à la sauce "fashion branchouille" (voxdei)
"Pitié pour les déficients auditifs et les oreilles des enfants!" (vodei)
Louange ou bruit? Ecoutons ceux qui se plaignent ! (voxdei)
Le son de la musique, le New Age infiltre les milieux charismatiques, 1 (Tricia Trillin)
Le son de la musique 2 (Tricia Trillin)
Le culte évangélique nombriliste (Maurice Ray)

Ana Mendez, qui travaillait avec les gens d'Yverdon (S. Freymond, JM. Bigler) en Suisse, se retrouve de plus en plus isolée: elle faisait la promotion de techniques spirites et New Age dans les milieux charismatiques et pentecôtisants. Elle n'était que la partie émergée de l'iceberg, ces doctrines, notamment sur le pseudo combat spirituel dans la vague post-Toronto, font encore des ravages...

Les "généraux" du combat spirituel tombés dans l'hérésie ? Témoignage hallucinant d'une participante au séminaire d'Ana Mendez en Hollande (voxdei)

Les manipulations d'Ana Mendez (voxdei)

Une des dernières modes venues de Toronto, le soaking, ou comment la position sur le dos en relaxation, notamment en écoutant des musiques New Age, ouvre la porte à la démonisation de gens qui ont rejeté la Croix et cherchent seulement le bien-être ou la guérison intérieure...

Le soaking, discipline spirituelle ou mysticisme oriental? (Berit Kjos)

La mode de Rick Warren et des méga-églises, les dérives possibles de l'approche humaniste de l'évangélisation actuelle, centrée sur l'homme et ses besoins et non sur Dieu...

"L'antéchrist sera un prédicateur de la Prospérité" (David Wilkerson)
L'association des méga-églises d'Amérique (Franck Chase)
Méga-églises, les défauts de l'évangélisation actuelle (Lars Wideberg)
Rick Warren est-il un change agent du Nouvel Age? (Lighthouse trail research)
"Une vie, une passion, une destinée"... un mensonge ! (Joseph Farrah)
L'église qui a vu naître les "Jesus People" se sépare de Rick Warren (voxdei)
Analyse du livre de Rick Warren (Richard Bennett)

En vrac également:

La Fédération Evangélique de France exprime son inquiétude de voir la théologie libérale mise en avant par l'Alliance Biblique Française (FEF)
De l'oecuménisme au syncrétisme (Biblique.org)
L'esprit de Camelot (Lars Wideberg)
L'offensive contre le fondement (Michael de Semlyen)
10 raisons de rejeter le mouvement Kingdom Now (Tricia Trillin)
10 raisons de rejeter le mouvement Parole de foi (Tricia Trillin)

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AN INCONVENIENT CHRISTIAN TRUTH


Qu'est-ce que la GNOSE? La GNOSE est une religion qui unifie le PAGANISME, la PHILOSOPHIE, le JUDAÏSME et L'ÉVANGLIE. La GNOSE modifie par le fait même le vrai CHRISTIANISME en associant aux livres saints des chrétiens de pseudo livres saints qu'elle a confectionné. Les enseignement de la GNOSE sont un piège spirituel pour tous les croyants et une croyance qui se répand comme un venin dans nos différentes églises en l'incorporant dans les prêches de manière subtile et pernicieuse. Lorsque nous lisons le livre «MORALES ET DOGMES» d'Albert Pike, le dernier chapitre, nous montre bien qui dirige les différentes loges maçonniques et autres sociétés secrètes : Les DRUIDES. Pourtant, ce livre maçonnique est maintenant enseigné à tous les pasteurs et leaders de toutes les religions. L'article suivant de Thomas M. Saunders nous montre bien la volonté de certains de faire de cette GNOSE un élément essentiel dans ce que devrait être le vrai évangile biblique. Une hérésie qui nous est confirmé par cet article même et qui nous montre une volonté de pervertir le Parole de Dieu. Ce sont ces mêmes personnages qui ont, au cours des siècles, pervertis la plupart de nos bibles afin de détourner le coeur de l'homme vers l'adoration d'un et d'autres dieux.


«Petits enfants, c'est la dernière heure, et comme vous avez appris qu'un antéchrist vient, il y a maintenant plusieurs antéchrists : par là nous connaissons que c'est la dernière heure. Ils sont sortis du milieu de nous, mais ils n'étaient pas des nôtres, car s'ils avaient été des nôtres, ils seraient demeurés avec nous, mais cela est arrivé afin qu'il soit manifeste que tous ne sont pas des nôtres.» 1 Jean 2: 2 : 18-19


AN INCONVENIENT CHRISTIAN TRUTH


by  Thomas M. Saunders

My work as a Gnostic Priest is to expose the methods used to achieve Christian Gnostic Transcendence, with methods that were used in by the first Gnostic Christians. This involves learning about complex dualities and a method of study that becomes an underlying philosophy, the study of the Monad. I am the first scholar to divulge this secret in modern times. My purpose in writing this informal article is to explain what in fact can be shown. I qualify Ophites, Sethians, Naassenes, and Valentinians generally  as Sethians, based upon the fact they studied scrïpture like the Gnostic Gospels which are based upon forms of Sethianism. Seth was the third child of Adam. The heresiologist Hippolytus, documents what he knows or thinks about Sethians in his "Against All Heresies.'' Much of what he said is wrong. What most people know about Sethian Gnosticism is wrong. (See; "Gnostic Secrets of the Naassenes,'' by Gaffney.)


Irenaeus, Eusebius, and Tertullian all fail to disclose real information about Gnostics. Now that Gnostic scrïpture can be studied, we can see they had no idea how the Sethian idea of the
Monad worked. They talk about it, but even modern scholars have missed the significance. One important point is that the study of the Monad is a lot older than Christianity.


Because scholars are now learning a number of things from these written works, the first thing that becomes apparent is mainstream Christianity from its earliest roots has tried to hide, and lie about the nature of Christian Gnosticism. My work is the first to explain the nature of the study of the Monad, which I show prima facie, as a twin system to the Chinese philosophy of the Tai Chi. The Sethians knew how to use this method, making Jesus the Monad, or source of Chi, (energy). This is a method of study known to Pythagoreans, and Chinese in the Sixth c. B.C. Until I exposed it,  nobody knew how this system worked and that the Christian method is based upon the Oriental, and Pythagorean method.


The earliest Sethians were the core of the Alexandrian Church,  started by Mark, and Peter, who appointed Pantaenus and others to teach Christianity. This means from around the year 45 C.E. Christian Gnosticism was being written down by people following Pantaenus, like Clement, and some of Jesus' disciples like Baranbus, Mark's uncle, and Basilides who was given special teaching by Matthias. Matthias, is said to have replaced Judas Iscariot, as part of the twelve Apostles. Alexandria became the center for Sethian Gnosticism, and the Apostolic lineage of its teaching is written in its library made of the Nag Hammadi Library, and the Bruce, Berlin, and other Codices containing 'Sethian' works.


The Sethian system and Pythagorean system are very much alike, but there are some minor differences in the Tai Chi system, one being that the Sethians and Pythagoreans believed Wisdom to be Sophia, or feminine in nature. The Tai Chi system is an 8 unit or type system, while the Sethian Monadology is a ten unit system. The Tai Chi is well known for the trigrams being a binary system. It is not my intention to teach this system in this document, but to declare the truth that this system is authentic, and related to the Tai Chi.


There are three documents available that can be seen as Christian scrïpture, based upon the knowledge of the Tai Chi. Martin Palmer's book, ''The Jesus Sutras,'' reveal three separate scrïptures. These documents are thought to have been written from western Christian sources which would include Tatian, Justin Martyr, Marcion, and others who knew from the teachings of Basilides that the Sethian Monadology was in fact the Tai Chi, adopted first by Pythagoreans, and altered to fit Hellenistic terminology.


The Monad was studied by Hermetics, Zoroastrians, Jewish scholars  like Philo of Alexandria, and by the Fourth Century was completely  outlawed by the Church. The term came into modern lexicons via the scientific work of Gottfried Leibniz, who was a good friend of Benjamin Franklin. Leibniz' work is void of any reference to the Monad as Spirit. However this is the essence of the Sethian works.  Liebniz and Franklin would have been burned at the stake for suggesting the Monad as Spirit.


Modern Biblical scholars, who can grasp the concept of the study  of the Monad in both pre-Christian, and post crucifixion eras, will  quickly see that Christianity actually began when the followers of John the Baptist, and a few others adopted Jesus, as the Monad.  This means they adopted Jesus as the source of energy called the Word. This knowledge leads to salvation and enlightenment. This is  the Truth about Sethian Gnosticism. Christian 'Chi' is in fact Jesus Wisdom, Holy Spirit, or Word.


The 'Word' is in the Bible, (New Testament) but the Gnostic source of Jesus Wisdom is the "Gospel of Thomas," and the Gnostic Gospels,  and other Sethian works, like "The Pistis Sophia,'' and "A  Valentinian Exposition." All of them become relevant to  understanding the process of Gnosis. But the use of the method of  the Monad was known and used since Pythagoras. At the time of Jesus  it was being used by the followers of John the Baptist, like Simon Magus, Dositheos, the Apostle Philip, John and therefore all of the Apostles.


What is not in the Bible, are the methods of learning the Monad.


The Taoist Trinity, states that Man, is the same as heaven and earth. What this means in the classical Chinese philosophical sense is that the Mind, and the Heaven are the same in regard to "Wu Chi," or the great void, and the human mind as in 'Mu shin.' (empty mind) In the Sethian view, Jesus is Silence, which is to put the nature of the void in a form that can be heard.


In other words the mind and universe both use the process presented by a void, or 'kun.' This is not a lot different from the B.F. Skinner behaviorist theory of the 'blank slate,' in regard to developing mental abilities in newborns.


The energy and concentration of the energy, Word/Chi (ki), is directed at filling the void. This is a specific process that is regarded as natural for both thought and how things take form and order in the physical universe. This is how the epistemology, or theory of learning and knowledge, is applied in the study of the Tai Chi. This is why and how the theory is applied to both mental thought and the physical action. The system virtually maps action applied to knowledge or ignorance.


The great void, Wu Chi, or Jesus as Silence, is only the first part of a much larger structure in the study of the Ba Gua (eight trigrams) or the different energies that can be seen to 'fill' the Silence, kun, or void. The void can be seen in the processes of the human body, mind, or a seed to a tree. Everything can be seen as having a specific ordering or sequencing value according to the general form of the Tai Chi. This concept is essential to grasp in the classical study of Chinese philosophy. It is also essential learning if you want to understand classical Christian Gnosticism.


Specific meanings are applied in Gnostic scrïpture to the terms Soul, Spirit, Knowledge, Body, Truth, Love, Hope, Faith, and others. This is the same in the study of the Tai Chi, certain words connote special meanings for those who understand the basics of the underlying philosophy of the Monad, or One. What comes out of the void, is both good and evil, male and female, yin and yang, badda and bing. The study of the Sethian Monadology enabled people to comprehend how to deal with the complex dualities in real life. Modern exploration is wide open to possibilities.


Those that study and understand how to apply the Tai Chi, don't have an interrupted history, like Sethians. I would point out that I myself am a long time practitioner of Isshinryu Karate, which is based upon the Tai Chi.


It is through this study that I can verify the Sethian Monadology is a twin system to the Tai Chi. I can demonstrate how the Tai Chi is used in a fight, and I can introduce you to a few thousand friends who can look at me do it, and understand exactly how what happens is applied to the Tai Chi paradigm. It is complex and hard to comprehend at first. Some never 'get it.' Those that do can become what Paul in Corinthians called 'gifted.'


Some karate masters have been thought to have reached a level of enlightenment we call Shingatai. Shingatai is not unlike Satori. They are called Meijin. Here is a descrïption of the Sethian idea of Enlightenment....


Enlightenment: Refers to a state of being; described in Chinese/Oriental classics that reflects the same kinds of mental changes, 'awareness,' or 'Satroi' as in Gnosis. ''The Enlightenment refers to a movement in philosophy that advocated the untrammeled use of reason to establish truth. The movement challenged traditional authority, doctrine, and values. Emphasis was placed on the empirical method employed by the sciences.'' (''The Five Gospels,'' by Funk, Hoover, Harrier-Collins, 1993, p. 544.) ''For scientific knowledge is necessary both for the training of the soul and for gravity of conduct; making the faithful more active and keen observers of things. For as there is no believing without elementary instruction, so neither is there comprehension without science.'' (Quote from Theodotus, See; Kirby, Criddle collections.)

Criddle.http://neonostalgia.com/xtian/Extracts_from_Theodotus.htm


The Sethian method can be determined by understanding the many terms used in Sethian scrïpture that you cannot find in the standard Biblical Dictionaries. I make available a Glossary for the students of Sethian scrïpture available in the Gospel of Thomas, yahoo discussion group. Its about 65 pages now, and a long download for older systems.


There are not too many modern "Sethian Christians,'' but there are a lot of people that understand the Tai Chi. Almost every Oriental person I have spoken to in the past few years knows something about the Tai Chi, and the study of the eight Trigrams, called Ba Gua. Like the Sethians, the Orientals sometimes use the term Wisdom to mean Chi.


The Tai Chi, becomes religion when the energy of what fills the great void becomes a perception of God. In the case of the Sethians,  that energy is the Wisdom of Jesus as the Monad, which is something  modern Evangelicals and the Catholic Church have determined is heretical. They have no capacity to teach this system to anyone.  They have tried to destroy this learning. The fact is the method  makes the Gnostic a free agent to God, as far as salvation, and redemption. The Gnostic becomes his own Church.


The Christian Gnostic perception of God, is the Word, and not some  kind of sentient being with the capacity to reek havoc on mankind.  For the Gnostic the power of God is in Knowledge of how Jesus as the  Monad, becomes the Word, and the Gnostic also becomes the Word, in thought and deed. This is known as the "living resurrection,'' and  part of the knowledge needed to complete the Gnostic Bridal Chamber  Sacrament.


The truth about Gnostic Sacraments and secret knowledge is that  they do exist, but not as secrets anymore. Like Satori, Christian  Gnostic transcendence or enlightenment is possible, because this kind of transcendence has been realized and in some cases documented. In regard to the meaning of Truth, Basilides, Clement,  Heracleon, and Theodotus all knew that Truth, in the Gnostic sense  meant Church. Truth is part of the Sacred Tetrad, which is qualified in "A Valentinian Exposition."


The Gnostic sacraments of the Eucharist, Baptism, Redemption,  Salvation, the Chrism, and the Bridal Chamber, become very clear  when you can utilize the underlying philosophy of the Monad as a  model to that philosophy. Like the martial artist who becomes  his 'artform', the Sethian Christian transforms himself with the  same model, with some uniqueness common to the Sethian beliefs. The  Sethians learned to wear the Soul like a Garment. This means very much the same thing as the martial artist who becomes the energy of  his 'artform' which has become part of his very being.


The following passage describes how Solomon learned to wear the Word of God, or Monad like a Garment. It is from an untitled text in the Bruce Codex. The author's implication is that Jesus transcended much the way Solomon was thought to have... I have capitalized words relevant to Gnostic Monadic sets found inother related scrïpture.  This is to emphasize their specific meaning to the Gnostic process.


"Because of this work, the Father of the All (Pleroma), the  indescribable One ', sent a Crown (treasure) in which is the name of the All (Pleroma.) ', whether endless, or unutterable, or incomprehensible, or imperishable, or unknowable, or still, or all-powered, or indivisible. This is the Crown of which it is written: "It was given to Solomon on the day of the joy of his
heart." The first Monad furthermore sent him an ineffable Garment ' which was all Light and all Life and all Resurrection, and all Love and all Hope and all Faith and all Wisdom, and all Gnosis, and all Truth, and all Peace, and all-visible ', and all-mother, and all-mystery, and all-source (Root), and all-perfect, and all invisible, and all unknowable, and all endless, and all unutterable, and all Deep, and all incomprehensible, and all Pleroma, and all Silence, and all unmoved, and all unbegotten, and all still, and ) all Monad, and all ennead, and all dodecad (12), and all ogdoad, and all decad, and all hebdomad, and all hexad, and all pentad, and all tetrad, and all triad, and all dyad, and all Monad.


And the All is in it, and also all found themselves ' in it, and knew themselves in it. And it (the Monad) gave Light to them all with its ineffable Light. Myriads upon myriads of powers were given to it, so that at one (and the same) time it should establish the All. It gathered its Garments and made them into the form of a veil which surrounded it on all sides. And it poured itself over them all, it raised them all. And it divided them all according to rank and according to ordinance and according to forethought."


The Garment the Martial Artist wears as his 'artform' are the basic eight genus skills of punching, kicking, grabbing, squeezing/choking, throwing, joint locks, groundwork, and counters. From these eight types or units, thousands of separate techniques can be connected. These eight skills come from the tetrad of punching, kicking, grappling, and counters. The tetrad comes from the dualities of offense and defense, hard and soft, boxing skills, and grappling skills. These come from the knowledge of fighting that fills the void in a fight.


The above Sethian passage tells the Gnostic to wear the skills of Resurection, Love, Hope, Faith, Peace, etc., the skills of the Garment, and thus become the Word. All Sethian Monadic sets start with Word, and end with Knowledge, or Gnosis. That is what makes them Sethian. Word, punching, kicking, grabbing, squeezing/choking, throwing, joint locks, groundwork, counters, and Knowledge, make me a Sethian Christian Karate-ka. Easy huh?


Sethian scrïpture can meet the design of what was required generally speaking to what qualifications were used to design the contents of the New Testament. Generally the texts have to be shown to have been used for worship. The works had to be affirmed as written by an Apostle or affirmed by an Apostle. And the last requirement to become canonized as Christian scrïpture is the text has to be shown to have had power in the lives of those who have read and used it. (Please feel free to research the requirements and Sethian scrïpture, and rules of canonization to judge for yourself.)


I submit the Gnostic Gospels of Thomas, Mary, Phillip, and the other Sethian scrïpture meet those requirements without any hitch, prima facie. When Jesus became the Monad, Christianity was born, because the study of the Monad was essential to knowing the method of teaching the Wisdom Jesus taught his followers. It was essential to the knowledge of pre-Christian Jewish Gnostics. The study of the Monad was part of the Wisdom of John the Baptist, part of the magic of Peter, Simon Magus, and Dositheos, from the very roots of Christianity, prima facie.


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L'ÉNERGIE KUNDALINI (PUISSANCE DU SERPENT) PAREILLE AU SILENCE CONTEMPLATIF


Modification de l'ADN humain pour parvenir à l'illumination satanique (nouvelle conscience - 3e oeil)


ENGLISH : Kundalini Energy (Serpent Power) Same as Contemplative Silence

http://lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/index.php?p=745&more=1&c=1  

Un bon livre pour comprendre toute cette science occulte du culte du serpent, qui maintenant entre par la grande porte dans nos églises protestantes : «L'Odyssée spirituelle du Dr Yvano.» ISBN : 2-89430-603-2

Source: Lighthouse Trails

Selon Thomas Keating, le père du mouvement moderne de la prière (contemplative) qui balaie largement les cercles évangéliques, le silence ou l'espace sacré qui est atteint lors d'une prière contemplative/centré sur la prière est le même état que celui atteint lors du soi-disant kundalini.

Le prêtre catholique Philip St. Romain, a écrit un livre appelé Kundalini Energy and Christian Spirituality.  Le Kundalini est basé sur le système du chakra occulte où une supposée énergie universelle coule dans un être humain et dans toute la création, les unifiant toutes et reconnaissant la divinité de toutes choses et dans toutes les personnes.  Ray Yungen dit que le kundalini est un "terme hindou pour la puissance mystique et la force qui sont à la base de la spiritualité Hindou" (ATOD, 2nd ed., p.46).  Dans l'Indouisme,  le kundalini est appelé la puissance du serpent.  Dans le livre Running Against the Wind de Brian Flynn, ancien médium adepte du Nouvel Age, Flynn discute des effets du kundalini et énumère quelques un de ces symptômes :

* Flots brûlants ou glacials remontant la colonne.
* Douleurs dans des endroits variés du corps.
* Vibrations, malaises, ou crampes dans les jambes et autres parties du corps.
* Pulsation rapide et accrue du métabolisme.
* Dérèglement de la respiration  et/ou de la fonction cardiaque.
* Sensibilité aux sons, à la lumière, aux odeurs, et à la proximité de d'autres personnes.
* Expériences mystiques/religieuses.
* Habilités parapsychologiques.
* Anxiété persistante ou attaques d'anxiété, confusion.
* Insomnie, esprits maniaques ou dépression profonde. Perte d’énergie.
* Concentration et mémoire altérées.
* Isolation totale causé par l'incapacité de communiquer les expériences intérieures.
* Expériences du phénomène de possession et de poltergeist. (RAW, 2nd ed., p. 165)

Par la pratique de la méditation, Romain en est venu à dépendre de ce qu'il appelle un "conseiller intérieur" (guide spirituel).  Pendant une expérience de profonde méditation les symptômes comprenaient des "sensations de piquage sur le dessus de sa tête" qui pétillaient d'énergie" (ATOD, p. 47).

Thomas Keating, qui a inspiré plusieurs contemplatifs évangéliques tels que Henri Nouwen, Richard Foster1, et Brennan Manning2, a écrit la préface du livre de Philip St. Romain, et dedans, Keating reconnaît que le kundalini est pareil à la contemplation Chrétienne.  Il déclare :

"Étant donné que cette énergie [kundalini] est à l'oeuvre chez de nombreuses personnes qui se sont consacrées à la prière contemplative, ce livre est une contribution importante pour le renouveau de la tradition contemplative Chrétienne.  Il sera une grande consolation pour ceux qui ont expérimenté des symptômes physiques découlant du réveil du kundalini lors de leur voyage spirituel.  La plupart des disciplines à travers le monde insistent sur une certaine forme de discipline sérieuse avant que le réveil kundalini ne leur soit communiqué. Dans la tradition Chrétienne  la pratique régulière des étapes de la prière Chrétienne  la contemplation sont les disciplines essentielles. "  

Keating explique que la raison pour laquelle des directeurs spirituels sont requis pour aider à guider le Chrétien contemplatif est que la nature du kundalini est puissante et dangereuse.  Il dit que ces "directeurs spirituels" (spiritual directors) peuvent avoir besoin de consulter des "enseignants occidentaux afin d'obtenir une plus complète compréhension".

 Keating termine sa préface en disant : "Ce livre initiera les Chrétiens lors de leur voyage spirituel dans cette importante dimension si longtemps négligée de la puissance transformatrice de la grâce".

Il est dérangeant de savoir que des leaders évangéliques, comme Beth Moore, racolent avec Brennan Manning3 dont la spiritualité est autant influencée par des mystiques comme Thomas Keating.

Jim Shull, du Southern Baptist LifeWay Store, a dit ceci de Keating lorsqu'il défendait la promotion de ce livre :  "Il a écrit des livres sur la prière contemplative, mais cela ne fait pas de lui un sympathisant du Nouvel Age."4  Lorsque nous réalisons que le Nouvel Age et le kundalini viennent de la même source (Dieu en tout, et Dieu est tout), alors nous pouvons constater combien troublants sont les commentaires de LifeWay.

 (LifeWay a depuis cessé de tenir le livre de Keating mais à notre connaissance il n'a pas rétracté sa déclaration à propos de lui.   En plus, ils continuent leur partenariat avec Leadership Network, qui promouvoit la contemplation et les mouvements qui émergent de l'église5, et ils continuent à offrir les livres qui font la promotion du mystique comme Soul Feast by Marjorie Thompson6.

Très certainement, la reconnaissance de Thomas Keating que la contemplation et le kundalini sont la même chose convaincra même le Chrétien le plus sceptique!


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 8 Juil - 12:15 (2010)    Sujet du message: WHAT IF MANIFESTATIONS DON'T STOP? Répondre en citant

WHAT IF MANIFESTATIONS DON'T STOP??       

 
                                       



3 TESTIMONIES Are BELOW:(1) Geri McGhee writes:

I received the following email from a child of God who has been victimized by "soaking" in what she was told was the Holy Spirit. Perhaps, there are others of you who are being tormented after an experience with what you thought was the Holy Spirit; when in reality, you were taken captive by a demonic spirit(s)...

"Dear Geri: I remember going to some meetings where they believed in all of this that you have mentioned in your message on "soaking". I have experienced the shaking, tingling, electrical sensation going through my body, along with various other things that they said was the Holy Spirt, not realizing that it is the Kundalini spirit... Have you ever delivered anyone from this horrible spirit and is it hard?

I have the cold sensations over my head, tingling, electrical sensations going through my body, I can feel a serpent like movement all over my back, I have this shaking when I pray, I feel movement over my head, genitals, legs, etc, the list goes on and on.

You may share my testimony because I have struggled with this for many years and no one has been able to help me. I have done some research on this spirit, and what I have found is the very same thing that you have told me. I just recently visited a church where they brought back the impartation of TODD BENTLEY and passed it on to some people including me, not knowing what I was getting into. All of these manifestations are present at his services as well. I can feel it in my chest, on my back and it is a horrible crawling serpent sensation..."

(2) "I WAS DELIVERED" - 'Revival-Fire'

I have a recent testimony of deliverance that may be helpful to some people.

In 2003 I ended up in a Toronto Blessing type meeting, I was a youthworker for a Christian organisation at the time. I had some spiritual experiences during this season at the Toronto type church. Something was transferred to me during this time. How do I know?

During this season God had begun to work in the lives of the young people I had been ministering to... After my Toronto meetings, when I now shared at the youth groups spiritual phenomena began to take place. Laughter broke out, some felt drunk, others would feel like slumpling on the floor when I prayed. At the time I didn't understand it, some of it concerned me, but I didn't want to quench it if it was God. One thing that did concern me was that one of the young people who got 'drunkenness' for a couple of days, wasn't even saved.

Anyway, I've always had a love for the word of God, good doctrine and truth. Some of the things in the Toronto stuff never sat right with me. I did think there where some new age influences. I did relax on the manifestations though and I have laughed, shook, jerked and 'whoooooaaaaahhhhhed' with the best of them. Since that point I was a defender of 'Toronto'.

When Lakeland kicked off I was hopeful, however having graduated from theological college, I was now more 'skeptical' about healing ministries. Don't get me wrong. I believe in healing, however mass hype and hysteria and unsubstantiated claims caused me to be wary. I began to research Lakeland, Bentley, etc... As I read the articles, etc, I began to become more and more convinced that I had allowed myself to come under a false spiritual environment.

Having had hands laid on me by many Toronto people I began to wonder about impartation and what I had received. One day while out in the town some American Indians where doing some of their Native Music on the streets. I stopped to listen and as I listened I began to feel movement in my gut. The movement I felt was very similar to what I would feel during times of 'praise and worship'. I thought to myself, Why is my spirit being moved (in an enjoyable way) by this pagan music? At this point I began to wonder about what sort of spirits I had opened myself up to.

Anyway, the 'new mystics' meeting that I ended up at last week (I didn't know that is who they were) caused me to still feel that something wasn't right. Although my eyes had been opened to the deception, I still felt there was still a spiritual tie. I say this because my 'sprit' would respond to what was happening in the meeting at times even though it was obviously chaotic. Also during worship some people came up while I was worshipping and prayed for me. Again I felt that this wasn't good.

The few days that followed this meeting where pretty awful emotionally. I felt drained, down and depressed. I then remembered that this is how I would often feel when I would come out of the Toronto meetings. In those days I would interpret this as God bringing negative stuff to the surface to deal with things. However as this began to happen again I began to doubt that this was the case. I also found it hard to pray and read the word.

Anyway, while in bed, a few nights later, my wife was led to begin to pray for me. As she was praying while laying hands on my stomach she saw 'a little black thing'. However she noticed that the little black thing was held tight and gripped by a fist. As she prayed it left. She did not tell me this until the morning.

After she had prayed I felt better, went to sleep and woke up the next day much lighter. She then told me what she had seen.

How I interpret it is like this: Through the laying on of hands and opening myself up to a deception the enemy had got access.

Recent events caused me to see the truth of the deception regarding the spirit at work, my eyes where opened but there was still a spiritual tie on the inside (probably due to transference).

The fact that it was held tight by a fist caused me to believe that the spirit had been 'bound' but that I had not been delivered. Perhaps this binding of the spirit is what has caused me to see the truth, however deliverance did not come until my wife prayed. Anyway, ever since this experience I have found that a lot of 'things' have 'lifted off me'.

(3) "A SIMILAR EXPERIENCE" - Debylynne

"'Revival-fire' - I found your post very interesting, especially when you talked about the "responses" you would feel and sense in yourself to things that you knew were not of God (ie. Indian music) and how similar they were to what you "felt" in response to "god" in these services. I have had the same experiences and it has really troubled me. Even when I was watching the clips about the Kundalini and I would "feel" myself begin to respond and "jerk" and "twitch" and shake and I would turn it off immediately because that rather "freaked me out". I have never been to Toronto, nor have I had "direct" contact with anyone that has been there - but I have watched the stuff on God TV and I have "laid hands" on the TV screen to "receive" and I thought it was ALL of God.

I have repented wholeheartedly, but I wonder if there is still something on the inside of me that needs stronger action taken against it. I have not had my husband pray for me concerning this, but I believe that I WILL..."

ANDREW RESPONDS: It is vital to understand that every Christian believer has God-given authority over their own "temple" so-to-speak. Yes - it is important to repent before God with true "godly sorrow" if you have opened yourself up to these spirits. But it is also vital to know that you can COMMAND these things to go in the name of Jesus Christ! I often talk about "RENOUNCING" things from the very depths of your being. It is not just with your 'mouth only'. You are rejecting and expelling these things with every part of you - spirit, soul and body - in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. And they WILL go!

The same applies to other areas of darkness in people's lives. If you suffer from depression or a bad temper or any other form of darkness that you can't seem to get rid of - COMMAND it gone from the very depths of your being in Jesus' name! I refer to these things as strongholds" rather than 'demons'. And I have seen people utterly delivered of things they thought were "ingrained" in them - just by deeply and forcefully COMMANDING them gone in the mighty name of Jesus. Try it! Don't delay. "The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds" (2 Cor 10:4).

God bless you all!

Andrew Strom.


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EVANGELICAL LEADERS PROMOTE NEW AGE AND EASTERN SPIRITUAL PRACTICES

In what appears to be a sweeping phenomenon, Christian leaders are embracing practices and a new spirituality that borrows from Eastern mysticism and New Age philosophy. The changes are taking place worldwide and involve many of the most popular evangelical leaders including Rick Warren, Brian McLaren, Richard Foster, Tony Campolo, and Eugene Peterson.

In Rick Warren's Purpose-Driven Life, on Day Eleven, he encourages people to practice "breath prayers" by repeating words and phrases over and over in a mantra-style prayer, a practice used centuries ago by a group of mystical monks known as the Desert Fathers. This so-called "prayer" is identical to that found in Hindu yoga and Zen Buddhism.

Brian McLaren, leader of the emerging church movement has been caught with his hands in the contemplative cookie jar too by endorsing the back covers of some more-than-questionable books. One in particular, Reimagining Christianity by Alan Jones says that the doctrine of the Cross is a vile doctrine. Alan Jones is an interspiritualist and mystic in every sense of the words. Take a look at the Living Spiritual Teachers Project, of which Jones is involved. This group of about twenty includes Zen and Buddhist monks, New Agers and even Marianne Williamson and her Course in Miracles. The goal of this group is to integrate other world religious beliefs into Christianity. McLaren has also endorsed the back covers of Dave Fleming's The Seeker's Way and Tony Campolo's Speaking My Mind, both of which believe that Christianity is too limiting, and a union between other religions is necessary. In Speaking My Mind, Campolo states: "[M]ysticism [contemplative prayer] provides some hope for common ground between Christianity and Islam." (p.149)

Dan Kimball, author of The Emerging Church (with forewords by Rick Warren and Brian McLaren), encourages practices such as lectio divina, (p. 223) a form of mantra-style meditation and the use of labyrinths, maze-like structures. Historically and in most labyrinths today, a chanting prayer is used while walking the labyrinth with the purpose of connecting to God or what many call Divinity. According to most who promote labyrinths, it is not necessary to be a born-again Christian to reach this inner Divinity.

Bruce Wilkinson, author of Prayer of Jabez, does his part in bringing this new spirituality into Christendom by accepting universalist Robert Schuller's invitation to speak at the Robert Schuller Leadership Institute this past January. Bill Hybels, senior pastor of Willow Creek and Foursquare President Jack Hayford joined Wilkinson at this year's event. Incidentally, Hayford has no problem placing his name on the cover of Richard Foster's Streams of Living Water, in which Foster quotes universalist Thomas Kelly as saying all human beings have a Divine Center.

Zondervan Publishing hopped on the band wagon too. A couple years ago they formed a formal partnership with Youth Specialties, host of the National Pastor's Convention which brings in an array of New Age practices from labyrinths, contemplative prayer and yoga. Last year Rick Warren spoke immediately after the yoga workshop. This year Warren is incorporating into his Purpose-Driven Life youth ministry speakers from Youth Specialties and the pro-contemplative Group Publishing.

Ruth Haley Barton, formerly of Willow Creek and trained at the very contemplative Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation in Washington D.C., wrote Invitation to Solitude and Silence, and teaches contemplative prayer through her Transforming Center. Barton co-authored with John Ortberg Ordinary Day With Jesus, which clearly instructs readers in mystical prayer practices.

And as if that were not enough to show Ortberg's sympathies to this New Age spirituality, he will be speaking this year at the National Pastor's Convention where labyrinths, contemplative prayer exercises, and yoga workshops will take place. Do not think that the infiltration stops there—Eugene Peterson, author of The Message, endorsed the back cover of Sue Monk Kidd's book, When the Heart Waits. Monk Kidd, once a conservative Baptist, began practicing contemplative prayer and has now become a major promoter of the practice and of feminine spirituality.When the Heart Waits clearly shows her descent into this belief system.What was Peterson thinking when he put his name on that book?

Christian magazines such as Christianity Today, Charisma, Youth Worker Journal and Discipleship Journal find nothing wrong with producing article after article written by those who promote this Buddhist-style New Age spirituality. Last October, Charisma magazine, carried an article called "Be Still and Know" in which contemplative prayer is described as a trance-like state of mind. According to Ray Yungen, author of A Time of Departing, this trance-like state is an altered-state of consciousness that the Bible warns about.

Others who have helped to propel contemplative spirituality include the late Henri Nouwen who said he was uncomfortable with those who said Jesus was the only way and Richard Foster who say we should "all enroll in the school of contemplative prayer" (Celebration of Discipline) but then warns us it could be so dangerous that prayers of protection should be said first (Prayer: Finding the Heart's True Home).

In Brennan Manning's Abba's Child he tells readers that Dr. Beatrice Bruteau is a "trustworthy guide to contemplative consciousness." What many may not realize when they read Abba's Child is that Bruteau, founder of the School of Contemplation, believes that God is in every human being and that we can reach this Divinity through the conduit of contemplative prayer. According to Bruteau, "We have realized ourselves as the Self that says only IAM, with no predicate following, not 'I am a this' or 'I have that quality.' Only unlimited, absolute IAM." (A Song That Goes On Singing - Interview with B.B.)

Evangelicalism is being redefined, reimagined and reinvented, and while many of these evangelical leaders seem to be rallying behind this redefining, a growing number of Christian believers are beginning to take notice, and a legitimate concern mounts. Will evangelical leaders continue in the direction they are heading or will there be an about-face and a return to the simplicity and purity of the Christian faith? For the sake of the gospel, may that be the case.


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MEDITATION AND CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER: TEST THE SPIRITS

by Warren B. Smith
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Not long after our conversion, my wife and I sat down one day and talked about the ultimate spiritual deception described in the Bible--the great "falling away" of the church and the coming of Antichrist. We agreed that for someone like Antichrist to be credible in the world, he would need a majority of the people who call themselves Christians to believe that he was Christ. If he could get enough Christians--especially Christian leaders--to follow him, he could then discredit and marginalize those who oppose him. But to get people who call themselves Christians to believe that he was Christ he would first have to successfully redefine Christianity. To do that he would have to introduce non-Christian teachings and practices into the church, while at the same time make them appear Christian. His obvious goal would be to convert undiscerning and unsuspecting believers into a more eastern and mystical, New Age "Christianity." While invoking the name of "God" and "Christ" he would actually turn the Bible upside down--just as we had seen in A Course in Miracles and in our New Age teachings.

Christianity would become a more "positive" New Age "Christianity." This New Age Christianity would have "a form of godliness" but it would actually deny the true faith (1 Timothy 3:5). This New Age Christianity/New Spirituality would use Christian terminology but it would be under the spell of "another Jesus," "another spirit," and "another gospel" (2 Corinthians 11:4). This New Age/New Gospel/New Spirituality would be the ultimate counterfeit and the ultimate deception. It would be what the real Jesus warned his followers to watch out for.

The New Age/New Spirituality has continued to make great inroads into the church--particularly in the area of meditation and so-called "contemplative prayer." Despite grave warnings from many of us that came out of the New Age movement, the church remains extremely vulnerable to deceptive, supernatural experiences that appear to come from God.

We knew from our own New Age involvement that powerful, seemingly "meant to be" spiritual experiences had often been used to draw us closer into the New Age and its various spiritual practices, including meditation and contemplation. And we knew that the same seductive experiences which had led us into the New Age, continued within our meditations and contemplations. Because our spiritual experiences felt so good, we just assumed that what we were experiencing was coming from God. Our meditations and contemplations soon became the primary connecting force that gave us "the feeling" we were on the right track. These daily meditations and contemplations served to reinforce our emerging New Age beliefs, and had the effect of leading us deeper and deeper into the teachings of the New Age/New Spirituality.

For most of us in the New Age, meditation was an integral part of daily life. Because it was so relaxing and felt so good we had no idea that our meditations were opening us up to great deception. Looking back on it now, meditation was the major pipeline through which deceptive spirits impressed upon us their New Age thoughts and teachings. The spiritual "high" that often accompanied our meditations and contemplations seemed to corroborate our emerging New Age belief that we were all "one" because God was "in" everyone and everything. In fact, in my very first meditation I experienced a "mysterious sense of oneness" that I perceived to be my "divine connection" to that oneness. One of the daily lessons I contemplated from A Course in Miracles was "Let me remember I am one with God."Click here for source material and to continue reading ...


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MANIFEST SONS OF GOD, THE YEAR OF JUBILEE AND FEAST OF TABERNACLES – THE AGE OF AQUARIUS DISGUISED?

The following is an extract from Constance Cumbey’s book, A Planned Deception, which can be downloaded in its entirety for free here: http://public.me.com/cumbey. The bold emphasis used in the article is my own.

Year of Jubilee? or Age of Aquarius Disguised?

“Rev. Ernest Ramsey, an associate pastor at Unity’s Kansas City’s Founder’s Church, Unity on the Plaza, is an enthusiastic follower of the Alice Bailey and Benjamin Creme teachings. In his Research Report #2, he tells of something he was led to by a spirit guide – what he terms “Neo-Pentecostalism.” An aberrant branch of Pentecostalism, this is more commonly known as the “Manifest Sons of God.” That movement is also referred to as “Sonship or “Overcomers.” Ramsey concludes based on even less evidence than I have personally collected that this is part of the New Age Movement.

Ramsey’s work for his organization, “Synthesis Fellowship” first came to my attention in early 1983. His major report, entitled “An Evolutionary Basis for the Reappearance of the Christ and his Executives, the Masters of Wisdom” was inspired by Benjamin Creme’s appearance and speech at Unity on the Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri. Unity on the Plaza is the founder’s church of Unity School of Practical Christianity headquartered at Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Ernest Ramsey, a handsome and articulate spokesman for occult interests believes very much in the work of Alice Bailey’s “The Tibetan” and Benjamin Creme. In recent months he even made a trip to London to try and see “The Christ.” His report encompassed the works of several occult writers. He also attempted a synthesis of C.S. Lewis, whose work, at times, did appear to contain occult, syncretistic overtones. The most interesting section of Ramsey’s report dealing with “Neopentecostalism”, Ramsey spent a semester at one of the Neo-Pentecostal or Manifest Sons of God seminaries – in upstate New York “at a location surrounded by tall pine trees.” Already familiar with the Alice Bailey writings, he was amazed to see that there was a branch of Pentecostalism that embraced the same teachings – albeit using sometimes different terminology.

Like those seeking the “Age of Aquarius” these people too were seeking a “New Age.” Like the other New Agers, these people taught that “The Christ” was an anointing – not necessarily one man. They taught that Jesus was a pattern son who was to be a sign of something even greater to come – the “Manifestation of the Sons of God.” They too believed the earth was to be cleansed of evil. And chillingly like the other New Agers, they believed they were to be “God’s” instruments to do such cleansing. The New Agers believed they were gods. The Manifest Sons of God likewise taught that if one accepted their “new revelation” that they themselves would actually become Christ at the time of the unveiling or manifestation of the Sons of God. Ernest Ramsey believed the “Neo-Pentecostals” did not accept astrology in any way. This is obviously not true as some Manifest Sons of God teachers, such as David Ebaugh, obviously do accept it. However, Ernest Ramsey excitedly pointed out in his report that they had a teaching which indeed did parallel the Aquarian teaching of the Age of Aquarius – the Old Testament “Year of Jubilee paralleled the redistribution of the world’s wealth. The Feast of Tabernacles was the equivalent of the coming together of the world’s peoples and varied religions under one tent or tabernacle – the equivalent of the New Agers’ long-awaited “New World Religion.”

Ramsey said in his report that there were three major centers of the Manifest Sons of God or “Neo-Pentecostals.” Obviously there are more. But the three locations given by Ramsey were (1) recently deceased Bill Britton’s House of Prayer and associated networking churches headquartered in Springfield, Missouri; (2) Virginia Beach, Virginia; and (3) Upstate New York ‘on a mountain top at a location surrounded by tall pine trees.”

Obtaining some of Britton’s materials and other MSOG teachers as David Ebaugh and Royal Conquist. I discovered the following teachings which closely paralleled those of the New Age Movement:

1. Lucifer is not Satan
2. Those who do not accept the “truths” of Sonship are to be eliminated or killed. That judgement is to encompass the entire world, but will start with the church!
3. The Bible is not to be interpreted literally;
4. The Christ is an office – not a man;
5. The future coming of the “Year of Jubilee” which will see the redistribution of the world’s wealth.”
6. The Garden of Eden never existed as a real place. It instead was a spiritual state from which men fell.
7. A belief in the existence of auras and energies.
8. Jesus is not returning in one body as he did the last time – but this time in many bodies, as the overcomers or Manifested Sons of God. We will be headed by one who will be our king – Jesus’ younger brother.
9. We never leave this planet. “Heaven” is merely a spiritual state from which we fell which we may reattain by accepting the “New Truths” of Sonship.
10.Those accepting the “truths” of Sonship are the generation who will not see death, or who will “loose the bonds of death.”

When I was recently in Kansas City, I asked for and received a meeting with Ernest Ramsey.

Kansas City friend who was also engagedin fighting apostasy and the New Age Movement, we asked him what was the Virginia Beach, Virginia center?” His reply was “Rock Church.”

Rock Church and CBN have been closely allied for several years. John Gimenez is a frequent guest on the 700 Club both in the capacity of representing Rock Church and his new found interest in Hispanic American civil liberties and political advancement. Apparently conveniently timed to coincide with Robertson’s open presidential aspirations, John Gimenez has organized what appears to be a political caucus of Spanish American interests known as “NOAH.” His most recent appearance on this was just as this book has gone to press, November 8, 1985. Rock Church services are frequently shown on the CBN network.

In an angry February 2, 1981 letter addressed to a critic, Bill Britton claimed to be fellowshipping with the following: Bob Weiner (Maranatha Ministries); Charles Schmitt, Larry Tomyzak, John Gimenez” and many others in your area of the east coast who know my life and doctrine”

Additional Manifest Sons of God centers who are teaching some or all of the above include those of Earl Paulk in Atlanta, Georgia; Kelly Varner; Royal Conquist; Eldon Purvis’ New Beginnings Fellowship; and David Ebaugh. Some may be advancing these New Age style teachings innocently. Others such as David Ebaugh who has even defended Satan and denied Lucifer was Satan, and has used astrology, proudly stated that a New World Religion was coming, leave little doubt of overt New Age Movement knowledge of and influence in their work. Kelly Varner, who appears to have assumed Bill Britton’s mantle since Britton’s death in the summer of 1985, apparently supports David Ebaugh. The word from Varner’s office is that Ebaugh has a “deeper revelation” than some of the other MSOG ministries.

Whether there is direct networking or not, it is a fact that the “Year of Jubilee” teachings do show up in Robertson’s work in amazingly similar format to those used by Bill Britton and Synthesis Fellowship. On page 133 of his book in a discussion of what he calls “The Law of Use” Robertson says: “Notwithstanding the sneers of many in the banking community, it may be that God’s way will be the only one open to us – a year of jubilee to straighten out the mess.”

Are Christians under the law of the Year of Jubilee or any other Jewish law? Indeed, Galatians chapter 5 tells us an emphatic no with the added proviso that if we bring ourselves again under the Law we are “fallen from grace” For the sake of our future freedoms, Paul’s advice is the best advice. “Stand fast in the liberty whereby Christ has set you free.”

Alice Bailey Similarities

On pages 588-589 of Alice Bailey’s The Externalisation of the Hierarchy, a seven point program appears. This was designed to assure the world’s acceptance of their New Age “hierarchy” and “Christ.” Two of them read as follows:

2. . . .”the recognition that the long awaited kingdom of God is simply the appearance of soul-controlled men on earth in everyday life and at all stages of that control. . . .

3. From a recognition of this relationship, the fact of the spiritual Hierarchy can then be deduced and the normality of its existence emphasised. The fact will appear that the kingdom has always been present but has remained unrecognized . . .”

The acceptance of points two and three would lead, accordingly to Alice Bailey to acceptance of the “fact of the spiritual hierarchy.”

In 1982 Pat Robertson and co-author Bob Slosser released their book, The Secret Kingdom. According to the hard-cover edition flap, a major theme of it is:

“The kingdom of heaven exists now, here. Although it is spiritual and invisible, it governs the material and visible, says Robertson. It operates in a rather specified manner.”

And, on page 36 of The Secret Kingdom we read:

The problem of the world, and many Christians, has not been simply refusing to acknowledge the possibility of such a kingdom, but failing to perceive that it exists Right Now, not in some far-off time or far-off place called heaven. This is so strange because Jesus spent virtually all of His earthly ministry telling people that the kingdom of God had come and then explaining its workings.”

These full-moon presented “eight universal laws” are to help us tap into this “secret kingdom” or “heaven” which has been here “all along.” Robertson says this is “a world far truer than any civilization in history.”

In her The Destiny of the Nations Alice Bailey discussed what she called the role of the “White Magician.” “. . .all that serves to thin or tear away the veil between the the worlds wherein those who have no physical bodies live and move and work and the worlds of outer form is the work of the white magician.” (38) It sounds ominously close to the reasons advanced for Robertson’s “Secret Kingdom”:

“More than any time in my life, I knew that night that we must urgently seek a third choice. I knew we would have to reach into the invisible world that has been there all along, a world far truer than any civilization in history. We have wasted too much time, decades of delay and doubt. . . . The challenges of my contemporaries rang in my ears: Is there truly an invisible world of the spirit? Is it possible to draw help from that invisible world? Can there be a new world order? Yes.”

Both Lucis Trust writers and Gina Cerminara sometimes utilized different phraseology to express the all-important New Age concept of “Karma”. Sometimes they alternatively called it “The Law of Reciprocity.” (40) A very similar concept shockingly still was the fact that 1985 saw the 700 Club celebrate “International Forgiveness Week” – an old time Lucis Trust project! That was a sad week for those Christians aware of the nuances of the New Age Movement as they were forced to view the spectacle of Lucis Trust, Tara Center, and the 700 Club all celebrating International Forgiveness Week – all at the same time! (41)

Abolish Separation of Church & State – Why Not?

A major thrust of both the 700 Club and its related Freedom Councils have been to abolish separation between church and state. They have diligently worked to restore prayer in the public schools and Pat Robertson has even davanced an interpretation that our founding fathers never intended actual separation between church and state.

While on the surface, all of this may sound good to concerned Christians anxious over the rise of humanism and even outright occultism in our schools, they should know that prayer in our schools over 30 years of deconditioning from Judaeo-Christian principles can only result in syncrestic, apostate thinking in our children. Constitutionally, equal protection will demand equal time for a little Buddhist child wishing to lead the class in prayer, a Hindu child likewise, a Unity child, and even little Satanist children.

Presently, the teaching of occultism in our schools is technically illegal as it is illegally teaching a religion and using state facilities to “establish religion.” If equal access and prayer in the schools measures are enacted, it will ex post facto ratify the presently illegal actions of school administrators and others promoting occultism and syncretism while suppressing traditional Judaeo/Christian beliefs.

But, could there conceivably be other than Christian interests striving to abolish separation between Church and State? Yes! It is a Lucis Trust/occult priority of the highest order: (42)
The separation of church and state, now widely approved, is a dogma we have inherited from the days when religions dominated governments and fomented wars and when governments persecuted and crushed religions. In modern times this dogma has become one of the unthinkables much needed to be thought about. This separation of church and state seems reasonable to many because they fear churchianity in government. When Christianity supersedes churchianity, this fear will die . . ..” (page 96)

“Many leading church conservatives had accepted the separation of Church and State as good for the church, but such thought leaders as Djwhal Kuhl had spoken for its ending. An antagonistic hands-off restraint could not go on indefinitely in the face of new age world unity and cooperation.” (page 111)

Interestingly, a leader in the fight for prayer in the schools was New Age activist, Congressman Newt Gingrich of Georgia. He was frequently featured on the 700 club discussing these issues. Gingrich is active in the Congressional Clearinghouse for the Future, a New Age caucus within Congress. Mark Satin, author of New Age Politics rated him as having the best overall New Age voting record in Congress from the South – the only southern Congressman to score over 50% on those issues. Gingrich is also a backer of the Peace Academy – another issue considered vital to New Age goals. Gingrich and New Age leader Alvin Toffler jointly founded the Institute for Participatory Democracy – an institute promoting the “consensus process” again so dear to the hearts of New Age/globalist activists.

THE KINGDOM VISUALIZED? OR THE ARMAGEDDON scrïpt?

Dave Hunt and Tom McMahon capably express the dangers of visualization. It becomes, particularly when used to manipulate external events, what the Bible calls “sorcery.” Astonishingly, Pat Robertson with co-writers Bob Slosser and Leslie H. Stobbe tell us the Kingdom of God, I.E. heaven, will not materalize unless we do just that!

“Ever wonder what it would be like if the kingdom of God were realized on earth beginning today? How would you recognize it? Would you feel comfortable in it? Or do you suspect your life would have to change significantly? . . . “In The Secret Kingdom Pat Robertson and Bob Slosser let us peek into the invisible kingdom of God as portrayed in the Bible. And they show that if it is to be implemented on earth now, you and I will need to be involved in its visualization. Our obedience to God’s Word will determine how much of it will be implemented in our communities, our nation, and our world.” (43)

I know of no scrïptural requirement that our visualization is necessary to fulfill Jesus’ prayer “Thy Kingdom Come.” His Kingdom will come with or without our visualization. But it could well be that our visualization – deliberate disobedience of God’s prohibition against sorcery – could prevent us from entering that Kingdom! … “


http://endtimespropheticwords.wordpress.com/2010/02/19/manifest-sons-of-god…


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