A Global Initiative For A New World Order

By Thomas Ivan Dahlheimer

When the Occupy Wall Street movement was a popular global movement I wrote an article about it and my related global initiative. This article presents both a section of my original 2012 Occupy article, plus further information on this movement and my global initiative. Flood Wall Street was a recent revival of the mostly dormant Occupy movement and its protest against corporate greed.

In 2012, the Coordinator of the Owe Aku International Justice Project, Kent Lebsock (Lakota), addressed the Occupy Wall Street protesters who were protesting against corporate greed and other injustices and said: "Corporate greed is the driving factor for the global oppression and suffering of Indigenous populations. It is the driving factor for the conquest and continued suffering for the Indigenous peoples on this continent."

Many Indigenous people and their supporters seek the formal revocation of the 1493 papal bull "Inter Caetera" which was a Vatican command to Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to the "new world." This degree sought to establish domination world-wide and called for the subjugation of non-Christian peoples and upon Christian discovery gave ultimate dominion over their lands.

An estimated 100 million Indigenous people were eradicated during the genocidal process of the European Christian colonization of the Western Hemisphere.

In 2012, Occupy Denver endorsed the Colorado AIM-initiated Indigenous proposal. Colorado AIM called on Occupy Denver to adopt, as a starting point, the following:

The first requests: "To repudiate the Doctrine of Christian Discovery, to endorse the repeal of the papal bull 'Inter Caetera' (1493) to work for the reversal of the U.S. Supreme Court case of Johnson v. McIntosh (1823), and call for a repeal of the Columbus Day holiday as a Colorado and United States holiday."

Indigenous leaders presented a
proposal to the Occupy Wall Street General Assembly, wherein they requested that Occupy Wall Street repudiate the Doctrine of Christian Discovery, endorse the repeal of the papal bull "Inter Caetera," call for a repeal of the Columbus Day holiday, and work for the reversal of the Johnson v. McIntoch case.

U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall based the Johnson v. McIntosh court ruling on in part the Papal Bull "Inter Caetera." In the case he said that the discovery of "heathens" by Christian people gave the Christians "ultimate dominion" (right of empire and domination) over the "discovered" Indians. This decision has never been overturned and remains the legal foundation for all U.S. government dealings with the Indigenous populations.

Indigenous leaders are saying: "Inter Caetera is the foundation of the international system we live under today and directly related to the corporate-state-military occupation and rape of Mother Earth." Indigenous leaders asked Occupy Wall Street to "include as a demand, that we consider an American-Western, and global strategy for dealing with our current path to planetary destruction."

The United Nations is working on a global strategy for dealing with our current path to planetary destruction. I recommend that the Occupy movement adopt a particular group of influential UN leaders' already established global strategy for dealing with our current path to planetary destruction.

Influential leaders of the United Nations are on a mission to achieve world peace and environmental security by both, uniting the world's religions into a one-world religion based on New Age syncretism and the Gaia Hypothesis, and by also establishing a one-world government based on (a.) the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation, and (b.) the new imperatives of global security cooperation associated with preventing warfare.

Robert Muller (1923-2010) was the Assistant Secretary-General of the UN and was called the "Philosopher" and "Prophet of Hope." Muller said: "We must move as quickly as possible to a one-world government; a one-world religion; under a one-world leader."

Muller viewed the UN as central to the coming one-world religion. He wrote in his Testament to the UN: "At the beginning the UN was only a hope. Today it is a political reality. Tomorrow it will be the world's religion."

Alice Bailey (1880-1949) was a world-renowned New Age prophetess. She and her husband, Foster Bailey, co-founded World Goodwill, an official non-governmental organization within the United Nations. One of its aims is: "To cooperate in the work of preparation for the reappearance of the Christ." This aim-statement is not referring to the traditional Christian concept of who Christ is, but rather (now in the 21st century) the New Age Cosmic Christ (a person living on earth today) who New Agers believe will soon appear (reveal his messianic identity) and unite all religions and countries as well as establish lasting world peace and environmental security. In this new world order, corporate greed and other injustices would be eliminated.

World Core Curriculum is a document written by Robert Muller, which sets forth the principles to govern the world's education programmes, and is being implemented in schools internationally to this day. The underlying worldview of the curriculum is based on the teachings of Alice Bailey. Muller drafted The World Core Curriculum in his 1985 book New Genesis - Shaping a Global Spirituality.

Alice Bailey prophesied that when the New Age movement sufficiently infiltrated the Christian church it would radically transform the church, old scientifically out-dated dogmas would be eliminated and the church of the new church order would then usher in the New Age, or "Kingdom of God."

The scripture Ephesians 4:12 says the five-fold ministry of the church - apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers - would last "till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, onto a perfect man, onto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ." I believe that the apostolic church, the Roman Catholic Church, is, at this present time, giving birth to the
"perfect man" and that the church of the new church order will soon be established. Once the Church gives birth it will have fulfilled its divine mission, it will then die - or come to an end.

According to traditional Christianity, Jesus Christ has both a human and divine nature. This two-fold nature of Christ is "the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ." New Agers believe, as do Hindus and Buddhists, that we all have a human and divine nature, but that most of us are only aware/conscious of our human nature. It is believed that everyone can become permanently aware/conscious of their divine nature by practicing a type of daily mystical meditation-wherein they enter a very deep state of stillness. And that eventually, meditation is not needed to retain the state of Divine Consciousness.

This type of mystical meditation has recently become popular in the Christian church. It's called the contemplative prayer (i.e., spiritual formation) movement and it's transforming the church. The essential New Age beliefs include: God is within us, we are all One, and we can all experience Divine Consciousness. By way of practicing Eastern mystical meditation and accepting the essential New Age beliefs, true believers will soon "all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, onto a perfect man, onto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ."

When the new church is offically established it will proclaim: The church of the old church order believes that humans and God are separate entities and that humans are only human and that God is divine. It also believes that God is located above the stars and looking down on us. The church of the new church order believes that God resides in the deepest depth of the recesses of our souls and that we can become one with Him/Her and experience divinity as Jesus did.

Moving toward a one-world government: During the opening ceremony of the UN Earth Summit, Maurice Strong, a very influential UN leader, gave a speech wherein he said: "The concept of national sovereignty has been an immutable, indeed sacred, principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation. It is simply not feasible for sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation states, however powerful. The global community must be assured of environmental security."

The UN sought to strengthen its institutions and to position itself at the center of global governance. Proclaiming it has received an ethical mandate, claiming for itself a monopoly over ethics in the era of globalization, the UN presents itself as the only institution capable of making globalization human, ethical and sustainable. It is working to counterbalance the global economic power of the market with its universal moral authority. Furthermore, the UN contends that global problems require not only global solutions, but global values - a global ethic that only the UN would be able to create and enforce.

Moving toward a one-world religion: Robert Muller said: "Hindus call our earth Brahma, or God, for they rightly see no difference between our earth and the divine." Gerald Barney, a leader of the UN Global Ethic Initiative, said: "Five billion of us humans must prepare to die to 20th century ways of thinking and being...Every person must think like earth, to act like earth, to be earth."

Archbishop Javier Lozano Barragan, a world renowned theologian and former president of a Pontifical Council, called the global ethic movement an "eco-religion". He said it manifests itself "as a new spirituality that supplants all religions, because the latter have been unable to preserve the ecosystem."

Vatican Radio said the popular film Avatar "cleverly winks at all those pseudo-doctrines that turn ecology into the religion of the millennium."

Ecology as the intended one-world religion stems from the "Gaia Hypothesis," which James Lovelock, a world renowned scientist and futurist, offered as a paradigm shift to the Western world's mechanistic (nature-as-machine) world view. In this paradigm shift, the Earth, which has been given the adopted Greek name Gaia, is believed to be a living organism with a self regulating consciousness. The opening ceremony of the UN Earth Summit was centered around a Viking long-ship named Gaia. Gaia was the primordial Earth-goddess in ancient Greek religion; the great mother of all. Lovelock once said: Is Gaia another name for Mary [the Roman Catholic Church's Mother Mary]?

Thomas Berry (1914-2009), the late Roman Catholic priest and world-renowned ecotheologian, contended that Christianity promotes "deep cultural pathology of human greed and addiction." While referring to himself and all other believers, Berry said that we should "put the Bible on the shelf for twenty years" and "the only effective program available as our primary guide toward a viable human mode of being is the program offered by the Earth itself."

Berry's beliefs departed far from the teachings of "traditional Christianity," a term often used to refer to Christianity in general. While using this definition of Christianity, Berry went so far as to promote a "post-Christian belief system": "the world is being called to a new post-denominational, even post-Christian, belief system that sees the Earth as a living being - mythologically, as Gaia, Mother Earth - with mankind as her consciousness."

Influential United Nations leaders are working to establish a One World Religion based on New Age syncretism and the Gaia Hypothesis. Their religion is, primarily, a syncretistic blend of Hinduism, Buddhism and Indigenous eco-spirituality. The Hindus worship God, the Infinite (known as God the Father in the Christian religion), and honor, as well as pray to their Earth-goddess, who is Mother Earth. Also, many Indigenous people honor and pray to Mother Earth and worship the Great Spirit.

Paramahansa Yogananda (1893–1952) is hailed as the father of Yoga in the West. In his book Autobiography of a Yogi - a book selected by Harper-Collins Publishers as one of The 100 Best Spiritual Books of the 20th Century, and a book with a back cover review by Robert Muller - Yogananda quotes his Master, Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri:

"Theologians have misinterpreted Christ's words," Master said, "in such passages as 'I am the way, the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me" (Jn. 14:6). Jesus meant, never that he was the sole Son of God, but that no man can attain the unqualified Absolute, the transcendent Father beyond creation, until he has first manifested the 'Son' or activating Christ Consciousness within creation."
[footnote, pg. 198-190]

The New Age ecospirituality promoting, adopted UN mission to save the earth and unite humanity is, to some extent, an extension or continuation of the hippie counter-cultural, New Age Movement of the 1960s. Currently, a 250 member hippie counter-cultural community with a New Age eco-spiritualy has a world view around the Indigenous word wakan. Its beloved late leader, Steven Gaskin (1935-2014), once wrote: "The word wakan (holy) has a strong and universal concept and people around the world know something about it." This sacred word is used by various Native American tribes. The Dakota/Lakota are well known for their use of the word. This sacred Indigenous/Native word is also sometimes spelled wahkon.

In the late 1960s, Richard Carter, one of the Bay Area leaders of the hippie counter-cultural revolution-who was affiliated with Stephen Gaskin's hippie counter-cultural community when it originated in California's San Francisco Bay Area, traveled, along with his wife (Lois) and I, to Wahkon, Minnesota to potentially establish a counter-cultural community there. Members of my maternal extended kinship family, the Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Rainbow family, were candidates for this community. At the time, our plans to unite humanity and establish world peace & environmental security came to an end. However, there are some indications that we will be getting together again in Wahkon to promote a hippie New Age Gaian/Marian - world view around the word wahkon - counter cultural, global initiative. An Occupy Wahkon Global Initiative, with an I.C. Rainbow family, kinship tribal mission.

My global initiative aims to achieve world peace and environmental security by influencing UN leaders, the Holy See and Occupy Wall Street to adopt my counter cultural New Age Gaian/Marian - world view around the word wahkon - world unifying and earth saving mission.

I am the Founder and Director of Rum River Name Change Organization, Inc.. This organization was established to change/restore the faulty-translation and profane English name for Minnesota's "Rum River" back to its sacred Dakota/Lakota or Native name (Wahkon). This organization's headquarters are in Wahkon, Minnesota, located on the south end of Mille Lacs Lake. The "Rum" (Wahkon) River is Mille Lacs Lake's outlet. Wahkon/Wakan is also the traditional name for the Dakota/Lakota's Great Spirit.

A one-world government:

"The coming of a world state is longed for, and confidently expected, by all the worst and most distorted elements. This state, based on the principles of absolute equality of men and a community of possessions, would banish all national loyalties. In it no acknowledgement would be made of the authority of a father over his children, or of God over human society. If these ideas are put into practice, there will inevitably follow a reign of unheard-of terror."

The above words are those of Pope Benedict XV on July 25, 1920. They refer, of course, to a one-world government which was even then, and long before, in the making and of which the United Nations is a predecessor.

Pope Benedict XV's statement: "The coming of a world state is longed for, and confidently expected," is presented in a negative context because the Roman Catholic Church teaches, but not with absolute certainty, that just prior to the second coming of Jesus Christ there will be "a final trial of the Church [a reign of unheard-of terror] in the form of a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth." As stated in an EWTN Global Catholic Network on-line library article: "The supreme deception is that of the Antichrist."

In other words, the "Antichrist" of the coming one-world government will inflict "a reign of unheard-of terror" on the people who do not go long with the end-times "apostasy from the truth." Apparently, the reason why Pope Benedict XV used the word "if" [if this occurres] is because the Church teaches that the second coming of Jesus Christ could occur at any time.

I believe that the Roman Catholic Church confidently expects, as proclaimed by Pope Benedict XV: [paraphrased] A world government shall arise, all national loyalties will be vanquished, there will inevitably follow a reign of terror. Because of this expectation, it seems obvious to me that the Roman Catholic Church would be opposed to any attempt to solve the world's current crisis problems by the establishment of a one-world government.

In Pope Benedict XVI's encyclical, Caritas in Veritate, he spoke directly against a one-world government. In paragraph 41, he said "We must promote a dispersed political authority." He explained that "The integrated economy of the present day does not make the role of States redundant, but rather it commits governments to greater collaboration with one another..." In paragraph 57 he said, "In order not to produce a dangerous universal power of a tyrannical nature, the governance of globalization must be marked by subsidiarity." Subsidiarity is a principle of Catholic social teaching which states that matters ought to be handled by the smallest, lowest or least centralized competent authority. ref.

Because of Pope Benedict XVI's encyclical opposition to the establishment of a one-world government, I believe that the Roman Catholic Church, the institution that instigated, promoted and still supports the world-wide subjugation of Indigenous peoples and earth destroying international system we live under today... presents itself as a global institution opposed to any attempt, by any organization or individual, to solve the world's current crisis problems, [if] the organization or individual is attempting to do so by establishing a one-world government... and I believe that it is doing this, at this crucial time, when it is the only feasible way to solve the world's current crisis problems that threaten the existence of all life on earth - as some world leaders also believe is the current situation.

From a positive prospective, I believe that the Roman Catholic Church will soon fulfill its divine mission by coming to an end, and that Pope Francis (with a new title) will then establish the church of the new church order, and that it will support the establishment of a one-world government. It will be a neo-gnostic , New Age Christian Church.

The United Religions Initiative and the coming one-world religion:

The United Religions Initiative (URI), an international organization modeled after the UN, and affiliated with the UN, has a mission to help the UN achieve world peace by establishing a world union of religions. In opposition to this effort, Cardinal Arinze, head of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue, said "the Roman Catholic Church is opposed to the United Religions Initiative." And Pope Benedict XVI stated (when he was the pope) that he was opposed to "the effort to establish a world-wide reign of peace by means of a world union of religions." The URI is the most aspiring interfaith organization currently operating in the world, the most ecumenical in outlook, and the one which seems to have the closest ties to various globalist figures and organizations.

Retired Episcopal Bishop William Swing is the President and Founder of the URI. Its headquarter are located in San Francisco, California. When Swing was an active Bishop of the Diocese of California he received the world-renowned spiritual theologian Matthew Fox into the Episcopal Church and the Diocese of California. Reverend Fox promotes deep ecumenism and the mystical-prophetic tradition of creation spirituality, an eco-based and interfaith movement. On the Pontifical Council For Interreligious Dialogue website there is a section about the New Age movement. Reverend Matthew Fox's book, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ. The Healing of Mother Earth and the Birth of a Global Renaissance, is displayed on its book-list page, titled, Some New Age books.

Indian County Today Media Network (ICTMN) is the world's largest Indian/Native news source. A selective comment of mine on an ICTMN article reads, in part: "There is a large 'Christian' movement whose participants are disassociating themselves with the 'God of Abraham,' an evil colonial god. The ex-Catholic priest and world renowned ecotheologian, Reverend Matthew Fox, promotes a somewhat New Age/Hindu-Buddhist/Sufi Islam/indigenous people eco-spirituality expression of 'Christianity'. Fox is one of the leaders of the creation-centered spirituality movement and he believes that his expression of 'Christianity' will radically transform Christendom, so that it becomes a new faith that will unite humanity and resantify Mother Earth." In the context of my comment, the term "ex-Catholic priest" is used to describe Fox as someone who the Roman Catholic Church has given birth to (pushed out) and is associated with the "perfect man of Ephesians 4:12.

John Borelli, a former Associate Director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), said in November 2002, "Since the Archdiocese of San Francisco is involved in the URI, the Catholic Church is involved." Fr. Gerard O'Rourke, director of the Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs for the Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco, has been an enthusiastic supporter of the URI from its beginning; he has served on the URI Board of Directors.

In March 2003, Borelli said, "My advice to Gerry O'Rourke from the start is that all kinds of interfaith activities are beneficial and he should be involved in the URI if he feels it is a worthwhile project." Borelli added that there has been "no formal communication from the Vatican to the USCCB about the URI." Thus, the USCCB bureaucracy is a de facto supporter of the URI. ref.

In an on-line article titled, Pope Francis and the United Religions Initiative there is a picture of Pope Francis, while he was still Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, standing with other renowned people during the 2007 URI celebration of its 10th anniversary in the Metropolitan Cathedral in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Retired Archbishop of São Paulo, Brazil, is claimed by the URI as a 'strong supporter,' and Archbishop Anthony Pantin (1929- 2000) was a URI supporter. And there is some evidence, presented in the mentioned above article, that indicates that Pope Francis, since his days as a Cardinal, is still a supporter of the URI.

Lee Penn, a leading opponent of the URI and author of the book, The False Dawn - The URI, Globalism, And The Quest For A One-World Relgion, wrote: "The interfaith movement, including the URI, is being promoted by globalist and New Age reformers who favor erosion of national sovereignty, marginalization of traditional religions, establishment of 'global governance', and creation of a new, Earth-based 'global spirituality' – in effect, a one-world religion. Therefore, the URI and the interfaith movement are poised to become the spiritual foundation of the New World Order."

Constance Cumbey works closely with Lee Penn. Cumbey is credited as being "successful at waking the Christian church up to the New Age movement." After her best-selling book, Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow, was published in 1985 she appeared on EWTN, a Global Catholic Television Network. Currently, an article on EWTN's website introduces Cumbey's book A Planned Deception and a chapter in it titled "The Incredible Heresies of Father Matthew Fox." In 1985, Cumbey thought that the world renowned Fr. Matthew Fox (now an Episcopal priest) was most likely the "Antichrist". A recent blog post of hers seems to indicated that she still believes that Fox is most likely the "Antichrist".

Cumbey has a blog post about me and my article, A Proposed Occupy Wall Street Global Initiative. In it she says I am "closely affiliated" with Rev. Matthew Fox and that her and Lee Penn will be on a radio program and that they will be talking about me. In the post, Cumbey says she and Penn believe that "I have apparently read their books and that everything they have warned against I believe is positive."

There are a couple of popular YouTube.com videos on the topic of the "Antichrist" that present Pope Francis and the other post-Vatican II popes' participation in the global interfaith movement in a very negative way. I view their participation in the global interfaith movement as positive. The videos are located here and here.

The URI and the on-going impact of colonialism on Indigenous peoples:

"The United Religions Initiative - Global Indigenous Initiative (URI-GII) was convened for the purpose of engaging in critical dialogue about practical issues and concerns facing Indigenous communities worldwide and all members of the Human Family, including the intergenerational on-going impact of colonialism. It was also established to develop a strategic plan for the future of the Global Indigenous Initiative that grows out of traditional ways of knowing and being." - a statement from the URI-GII site.

"Among the outcomes of a UNI GII meeting was the unanimous agreement to work together and build on existing efforts to have the Papal Bulls of 1452-1493 denounced by Pope Francis. The UNI GII seeks the issuance of a full apology to Indigenous Peoples worldwide and all of the Human Family, who have suffered untold, immeasurable damage and hardship as a result of these orders' far-reaching, long term affect under the Papal Bulls' Doctrine of Discovery. The GII members felt encouraged that this is a critical time to take a stand for denouncing the Doctrine of Discovery due to recent statements by Pope Francis on the environment and human ecology: 'When I look at America, also my own homeland, so many forests, all cut, that have become land...that can no longer give life. This is our sin, exploiting the Earth and not allowing her to give us what she has within her,' he said." - a statement from the URI-GII site.

A spokes person for the URI GII, Audri Scott Williams, shared, "The sacredness of this gathering was upheld with the highest integrity by the wisdom keepers. Fully aware of our charge, we chose to address the need for Pope Francis to officially denounce the Doctrine of Discovery, with full apology, because we find it essential to shifting the paradigm of the exploitation and devastation of Indigenous Peoples and their rightful lands worldwide. For the past 500 years, the Papal Bulls, which form the basis of the Doctrine of Discovery, have been used to justify the displacement and annihilation of Indigenous Peoples, and occupation of their ancestral homelands to the benefit of the global expansion of colonialism. Those in attendance determined that this is the best place to begin to allow the healing that must happen across the board, and to raise the awareness that Indigenous People have value, meaning, and wisdom that can help us shift the paradigm now for the wellbeing of all of life and the sustainability of Mother Earth." ref.

The United Religion Initiative - Global Indigenous Initiative, the World Council of Churches, the U.S. Episcopal Church, the U.S. Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ, the Unitarian Universalist Church, some Quarker Churches, Pax Christi International, and 13 other Roman Catholic organizations have repudiated or disavowed the Doctrine of Discovery.

I have been working on the Doctrine of Discovery issue for years. In respect to this issue, I have received support and assistance from world renowned Indigenous activists. In a meeting with Minnesota Dakota tribal leaders and Representative Dean Urdahl I was asked to write and present a draft Minnesota apology resolution to Urdahl. At the time, I said the Doctrine of Discovery should be include in the resolution and Chief Leonard Wabasha agreed. After Urdahl received my draft resolution he edited it and introduced it to the Minnesota Legislature. It has the Doctrine of Discovery in it, mentioning the harm it has caused indigenous people.

After sending a link to an article of mine that has a statement in it about the Doctrine of Discovery to the Minnesota Council Of Churches I received an e-mail message from Kim Olstad, the Interfaith/Multi-faith Program Director at Minnesota Council of Churches. She informed me that she is involved with a Saint Paul Christian interfaith organization named SPIN and that it was going to have a 2014 fall series on the Doctrine of Discovery, called, "Disavowing the Doctrine of Discovery." And that a world renowned Indigenous activist's position on this issue would be presented in a film during SPIN's fall series.

After corresponding with Kim Olstad I sent an e-mail messages to both, Archbishop John Nienstedt, the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, and Jason Adkins, the Executive Director of the Minnesota Catholic Council. In the messages I stated that I believed that Minnesota was coming into the forefront of this global movement and that the church should participate in SPIN's fall series. It was not long after I sent this message that I received a reply e-mail from Jason Adkins. We began to dialogue. I then received a message from Archbishop Nienstedt wherein he informed me that Father Erick Rutten, the Head of the Commission on Ecumenism and Interreligious Affairs would meet with me. We met and had a good dialogue session. We continue to correspond.

A one-world government and one-world religion:

I believe that the Roman Catholic Church is not only opposed to the effort to establish a one-world government, but that it is also, and even more so, opposed to the effort to establish both, a one-world government and one-world religion. And I believe it is in opposition to this means of achieving world peace and security, when, at this crucial time, it is the only means feasible to achieve peace and security, or, the only means feasible to solve a multifaceted world wide crisis - a crisis problem that, if not solved in a shore period of time, will escalate and possibly destroy all life on earth.

[If] this is the case what hope does the world have with the Roman Catholic Church standing in the way?

Because of this situation, [could] the Roman Catholic Church be justly considered an eco-terrorist institution and most of its members eco-terrorists?

The United Nations' Global Biodiversity Assessment of the state of the planet, prepared by the UN Environmental Programme, concluded on page 763 that "the root causes of the loss of biodiversity are embedded in the way societies use resources." The main culprit being the world view of societies based on Biblical scriptures. "This world view is characteristic of large scale societies, heavily dependent on resources brought from considerable distances. It is a world view that is characterized by the denial of sacred attributes in nature, a characteristic that became firmly established about 2000 years ago with the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religious traditions." The document also states that the "Eastern cultures with religious traditions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism did not depart as drastically" from healthy environmental values, including a self-sustaining respect and reverence for nature.

The Roman Catholic Church teaches that at the time of "Christ return", He will not only establish everlasting peace on earth, but also "restore creation to the purity of its origins" - meaning restore it to the way it was before "Adam and Eve", or the first humans, sinned and caused the creation to fall into a state of corruption, which caused "plants, animals and humans to lose their immortal existences, or die."

St. Symeon wrote: "Neither Eve nor Paradise were yet created, but the whole world had been brought into being by God as one thing, as a kind of paradise, at once incorruptible yet material and perceptible."

St. John of Damascus wrote: "The creation of all things is due to God, but corruption came in afterwards due to our wickedness...For God did not make death, neither does He take delight in the destruction of living things" (Wisdom 1:13). But death is the work rather of man, that is, its origin is in Adam's transgression."

St. Ignatius Brianchaninov wrote: "Plants were not subjected either to decay or to diseases; both decay and diseases and the weeds themselves, appeared after the alteration of the earth following the fall of man."

St. Basil the Great wrote: "...it is customary for vultures to feed on corpses, but since there were not yet corpses, nor yet their stench, so there was not yet such food for vultures. But all followed the diet of swans and all grazed the meadows...[no death, therefore no carnivorous animals]...such was the first creation, and such will be the restoration after this."

U.S. Catholic Bishops wrote: "The whole Bible is spanned by the narrative of the first creation (Gn 1:3) and the vision of a restored creation at the end of history" (RV. 21:1-4). The Catechism of the Catholic Church says: "Jesus came to restore creation to the purity of its origins" (CCC, n. 2336).

The problem with this Roman Catholic Church foundational dogma and declared mission of Jesus Christ is that modern-day science has discovered and teaches that the creation of life on earth (or the evolution of life on earth) was, to some extent, corrupt from its origins, or that corruption and death have ruled and reigned over life on earth for billions of years, that is, for a very long time before the first humans ("Adam and Eve") came forth on earth. Therefore, the creation can not be "restored to the purity of its origins". This Roman Catholic Church dogma (an unchangeable doctrine) is a false doctrine and it is very deceptive and dangerous. more...

I believe that the Roman Catholic Church teaches, with confident expectancy, but not with absolute certainty, that lasting world peace and security will be achieved after these sequence of events occur, (1.) the future "Antichrist" establishes his one world government, and (2.) a "reign of terror" occurs under the "Antichrist's" administration, and (3.) "Christ returns" to put an end to the "Antichrist's" one world government and "reign of terror", and finally (4.) Christ establishes a new one world government.

Do to a misguided belief in the fulfillment of a deceptive Biblical prophecy, the Roman Catholic Church teaches, but not with absolute certainty, that the "Antichrist" will establish a One World Government and attempt to bring lasting world peace. It also teaches that the "Antichrist" will "persecute" the Church, which, I suppose, would include exposing its horrible history of genocidal colonialism and false underlining foundational dogma, and that Jesus Christ would then bodily return and kill the "Antichrist" and establish everlasting world peace, as well as "restore creation to the purity of its origins," which modern-day science has proven cannot happen. The unattainable goal and desire to live phyically on "paradise earth" forever blocks people from experiencing their Divine Consciousness.

The creation is made up of dualistic phenomena. In this world there is good and evil, pleasure and pain, purity and corruption, life and death. Whereever there is a physical world and physical human bodies their will be dualistic phenomena. The physical world always has a balance of good and evil. That is why the Christian "Heaven" has an "eternal Hell" to go along with it. The Hindu-Buddhist Heaven is spiritual and that is why there is no eternal Hell that goes along with it.

This is why I believe that the Roman Catholic Church's message of eternal salvation is not reality and that the Church's opposition to any organization's or individual's mission to achieve peace and security by an effort to establish a one-world government and one-world religion is insane and extremely dangerous.

A one-world religion:

The Roman Catholic Church is opposed to religious syncretism that seeks to establish a one-world religion. Some people who are involved with the URI believe it will soon adopt this form of religious syncretism... and do so, because they see the UN beginning to change its original mission of promoting the principle of separativeness, or national sovereignty, to - as previously stated - "a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation."

In a June 1999 letter to Homiletic & Pastoral Review, a magazine for Catholic priests, Fr. Chidi Denis Isizoh of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue said: "Religious syncretism is a theological error. That is why the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue does not approve of the United Religions Initiative and does not work with it."

When a recent former pope, Pope Benedict XVI, was a Cardinal, he wrote that the "Antichrist" will present himself as a messenger of "peace and security" (a reference to I Thess. 5:3) and will be "precisely the one who terms himself the establisher of world peace". Ref. This is how the New Agers' Christ is expected to soon manifest himself to the world. New Agers believe that he will establish a one-world religion and lasting world peace.

Pope Benedict XVI warned that "a peace established in this way [or, peace established by a world union of religions, the mission of the United Religions Initiative] would by its very nature be transformed into a totalitarianism of the sole authorized way of thinking..." The "Antichrist's way of thinking" within a one-world religion and one-world government system. Ref.

Catholic Encyclopedia - Antichrist: The Pauline doctrine is this: "the day of the Lord" will be preceded by "a revolt", and the revelation of the "man of sin." The latter will sit in the temple of God, showing himself as if he were God; he will work signs and lying wonders by the power of Satan; he will seduce those who received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved; but the Lord Jesus shall kill him with the spirit of His mouth, and destroy him with the brightness of His coming. As to the time, "the mystery of iniquity already worketh; only that he who now holdeth, do hold, until he be taken out of the way." Briefly, the "day of the Lord" will be preceded by the "man of sin" known in the Johannine Epistles as Antichrist; the "man of sin" is preceded by "a revolt," or a great apostasy; this apostasy is the outcome of the "mystery of iniquity" which already "worketh", and which, according to St. John, shows itself here and there by faint types of Antichrist.

EWTN article: The Catechism Of The Catholic Church provides us with a general order of events at the End [CCC 673-677]. Chronologically they are (starting with number 3.),

3. a final trial of the Church "in the form of a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth." The supreme deception is that of the Antichrist.

4. Christ's victory over this final unleashing of evil through a cosmic upheaval of this passing world and the Last Judgment.

The "passing world" is this world/earth in its current state of corruption. The "corruption will be eliminated" and the world/earth will be "pure again", like it was before "Adam and Eve" sinned. In other words, "planets, animals and humans will all be drinking from the fountain of youth again." The evolution of life on earth began about 4 billion years ago. And since it began there has been corruption and death. The first humans ("Adam and Eve") came into existence around 200,000 years ago. They did not cause death and corruption to enter the world. Therefore, the creation can not be "restored to the purity of its origins," as stated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Roman Catholics can believe that the following scripture is associated with either "the final unleashing of evil" or the evil that was unleashed during the first century when King Nero ruled. Or they can believe that it is associated with both time periods. "And he [False Prophet] causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name." [Rev 13:16-17]

"And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb: And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name. Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus." [Rev 14:9-12]

Those who "receive his [the beast's] mark in their forehead, or in their hand" will be "tormented with fire and brimstone...and the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever." In other words, they will be, at the time of the "Last Judgement", thrown, body and soul, into Hell to burn FOREVER. And those who are "saved" will enter paradise, and live forever on paradise earth, that is, this earth after it has been "restored to the purity of its origins," or to the way it was before the first humans ("Adam and Eve") committed original sin. This is a false or deceptive doctrine, because the creation, including the earth, has never been "pure".

The Pauline doctrine says "the day of the Lord" will be preceded by "a revolt" and that those who take part in the "revolt" are "those who received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved." In other words, those who take part in the end times "revolt" will be tormented in Hell forever. Johannine Epistles state that the "revolt" is "a great apostasy." The "revolt" is also sometimes referred to as the "supreme deception." Whenever a scripture uses words such as "and the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever", "everlasting torment", or "eternal punishment", know that it is not inspired by God, but is authored by an evil suppernatural entity who is very deceptive. Therefore, the "supreme deception" is not a deception, but a great awakening to the truth.

Influential United Nations leaders have to deal with the Biblical scriptures' based Roman Catholic religious insanity-that threatens the existence of all life on earth and opposes their global mission.

It is a global mission, or initiative, to establishment a one-world government and one world-religion to solve the world's problems, and they pursue this goal by promoting a paradigm shift associated with the Gaia Hypothesis and the syncretic New Age religion, whose members believe in, as well as honor and pray to Mother Earth-and do not separate humans from nature, nor humans from God, nor God from Earth, or Nature...believing Divine Nature is a part of God, and that God, the Infinite, whom they worship, is more than Nature, or the Universe. They also believe in attaining conscious oneness with God, or enlightenment. For some, Jesus Christ is believed to be the Master of Masters and that He will usher in the New Age or "Kingdom of God." This is also my belief.


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