Achieving World Peace And Ecological Balance
By Thomas Ivan Dahlheimer
Influential leaders of the United Nations are on a mission
to achieve world peace and ecological balance... by, both, establishing a one world government
and uniting the worlds religions into a one world religion - a world unifying and
eco-friendly religion... a religion based on religious syncretism and the scientific Gaia
For many indigenous people, in 1994, the birth of Miracle, a female white buffalo
calf, signaled a time of earth changes and the coming of the mending of the "Rainbow Hoop" -
the sacred Circle of Nations - a necessary step toward achieving world peace and
Nineteen generations ago, a woman of supernatural origin appeared to the Lakota and transformed
herself into a white buffalo calf. She was given the name White Buffalo Calf Women. She brought instruction in sacred ceremonies
of how to live in balance with all life. She left behind a sacred bundle containing
a sacred pipe of peace and prophesied that the birth of a white buffalo calf would
be a sign that she would soon return to purify the world.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse (Lakota) is the current Sacred White Buffalo
Calf Pipe Carrier for the Lakota-Dakota-Nakota Nation. Arvol has been
working to bring to the world the peace-message as taught by White Buffalo
Calf Woman through an annual event he named World Peace and Prayer Day.
He has brought his work of peace to the United Nations - and Canada has
officially declared June 21 World Peace and Prayer Day.
Chief Looking Horse and an associate of his, Hanne Strong, have worked together on world peace initiatives.
In the year 2000, they attended and participated in the United Nations Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious
and Spiritual Leaders. During the summit, Hanne's husband Maurice Strong, the Chair of the International Advisory Board
of the Millennium World Peace Summit, gave a speech on Religion, Peace and the United Nations.
Top representatives from many world religions participated in this Summit's mission to bring the
world's religious traditions to the United Nations World Peace Initiative. (ref.)
The goal of world peace has been sought by religious leaders, philanthropists and philosophers
alike throughout the centuries. However, for over a decade and a half there has been a resurgence among postmodern scholars and liberal
theologians to try to achieve world peace through religious partnerships, even unification.
The Millennium World Peace Summit of the United Nations is one of their latest attempts to
credibility and influence at the international level. By gaining more and more credibility and influence
they hope to eventually
accomplish their goal of world peace.
Some of today's most influential scholars and liberal theologians have an United
Nations initiative to establish religious partnership
agreements that they hope will ultimately lead to the unification of the world's
religions, which, in their view, would be an important step toward
achieving world peace.
The "unification of the world's religions" means the
end of all separate religions through a syncretistic blending of all religions
into a New World Religion - or One World Religion.
Hanne Strong and her friends are working to unite the world's religions
into a single religion - a One World Religion. And doing so, by working
hand in hand with some of the leaders of the United Nations Global Ethic Initiative.
A leader of the UN Global Ethic Initiative, Hans Kung, was commissioned by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to create a
"Declaration of Global Ethic". Kung writes
in Global Responsibility: In Search of a New World Ethic:
"Any form of church conservatism is to be rejected....To put it bluntly: No regressive
or repressive religion - whether Christian, Islamic, Jewish or of whatever provenance -
has a long-term future." Furthermore, according to Kung, "there will be no...room for
diversity" (including religious diversity), because, "If ethics is to function for the well-being of all,
it must be indivisible. The undivided world increasingly needs an undivided ethic..."
If we eliminate religious diversity we will have a single global religion - a One World Religion.
Another leader of the UN Global Ethic Initiative, Gerald Barney, wrote: "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."
World renowned ecologists and liberal theologians who are involved with the UN Global Ethic Initiative
religiously believe in and honor Mother Earth as a goddess.
Archbishop Javier Lozano Barragán, president of the Pontifical Council
for Health Care Workers, 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 a 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 name Gaia, is believed to be a living organism with a self regulating consciousness.
For the people who are of a particular version of the Gaia eco-religion,
she (Gaia) is an ecologically-conscious goddess that they honor, pray to, and come close to worshipping.
Their religion is simular to, both, the Hindus religion and Native America religions. The Hindus whorship God and honor, pray to, and come close to worshipping the
"earth goddess", who is the Earth. Also, many Native Americans honor Mother Earth and worship the Great Spirit.
The Gaia Hypothesis states that all life, and all living things on this
planet, are part of a single, all-encompassing global entity or consciousness. Gaia teaches that this "consciousness" must be protected.
It is this belief that fuels the global ethic movement, environmental movement, sustainable development, and a global push for
great multitudes of people all around the world to radically change their earth-destroying ways, so that
ecological balance can be regained and preserved.
While researching the Gaia Hypothesis I have been astounded by how many prominent
environmental leaders, politicians, scientists, and religious leaders profess a literal
belief in Gaia. Gaians appear to have infiltrated every level of power at the United Nations.
Influential leaders of the United Nations are on a mission to achieve world peace and ecological balance by
uniting the worlds religions into a One World Religion based on syncretism and the Gaia Hypothesis...
and by also establishing a One World Government based on (1.) "the new imperatives of global
environmental cooperation", and (2.) the new imperatives of global security cooperation associated
with preventing warfare.
(1.) The new imperatives of global environmental cooperation: During the opening ceremony of the UN Earth Summit, which was centered around
a Viking long-ship named Gaia, Maurice Strong 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."
(2.) The new imperatives of global security cooperation associated
with preventing warfare: One of the most compelling arguments for a new world order is the danger of global
annihilation. The threat of war, especially nuclear war, causes people who
value personal peace as well as national and global security to
desire and work for the establishment of an authoritarian one world government
which would be able to remove the threat of war. Those who push this agenda
are at the forefront of global disarmament and a one-world peace-keeping
military force, namely the United Nations.
Most of the influential scholars and liberal theologians who are involved with UN
initiatives and working to unite the worlds religions by incorporating the good aspects
of all the world's religious traditions into a developing New World Religion are
earth-focused and ecologically-conscious pagan theopanists.
It's a new global spirituality that they advocate. This spirituality involves a blending of
mostly the world's "earth-centered religions", including those religions which honor and pray to
Mother Earth and worship the Great Spirit as well as celebrate
the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms of nature,
religions such as traditional Native American religions and the Hindu religion, etc.
They are advocating the type of contemporary paganism that emerged as part of the hippie
counter-cultural, New Age Movement in the 1960s, a type of paganism that emphasizes the
sanctity of the Earth and Nature.
They are, in a way, opposed to all the world's separate religions, and they are especially
opposed to Christianity and Islam; which are remote-heaven-focused and (in their view) polluting,
Within the next several paragraphs there is information about (1.) theopanism, which
includes among its major concepts pantheism and panentheism. Then (2.)
about Christianity's physical, cultural and spiritual genocide against indigenous peoples with nature/earth-based
pagan panentheistic/pantheistic religions. Then (3.) there are a few paragraphs that present UN statements about
the earth-destroying histories of the Christian
and Islamic religions.
(1.) Theopanism: There is a type of panentheism that is partially pantheistic,
claiming the universe is a part of God, and that God is, also, more than the universe. It believes
God is ultimately independent of the universe, and that the universe will eventially come to an
end, but God will exsist forever. It claims that the
universe is the outward manifestation, or body of
a lesser "God", who is a temporary imperfect manifestion of the Supreme Cosmic Spirit (God).
Theopanism claims that God
is the only reality: everything is a part of God, and all things find their true identity in God.
This is a description of the type of panentheism, which is partially
pantheistic, that the
mentioned above scholars and liberal theologians believe in, it's called theopanism
Theopanism conceives of God as the true spiritual reality from which everything emanates:
"God becomes everything", necessarily, incessantly, without beginning and without end. Theopanism
includes among its major concepts pantheism and panentheism. It is the most common way in which Hindu
philosophy conceives God and the world.
(2.) Christianity's Genocide And Continuing Oppression of Indigenous Peoples: A growing number
of indigenous people are seeking the formal revocation of the 1493 papal bull "Inter Caetera", which was one in a
series of 15th Century papal bulls, collectively call the Christian Doctrine of Discovery.
Inter Caetera was issued by the Vatican to Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to the Caribbean.
It sought to establish Christian dominion over the globe and called
for the subjugation of non-Christian peoples and theft of their lands. As a result, an
estimated 100 million indigenous people of the western hemisphere - plus many more indigenous people of other places around the world -
were killed off in the genocidal process of Europe's Christian colonization of the indigenous world.
This papal edict has never been repealed and is the foundation-stone of the international
system we live under today. It is also the foundational-stone of U.S. Federal Indian Law and directly related to the
earth-destroying and people oppressing, U.S. corporate-state, empire-building mission.
This U.S. mission is a militaristic/greedy-capitalistic/Christian-evangelization-of-the-world, total global-domination mission.
It's a mission that is, to some extent, a continuation of the 15th Century, Inter Caetera Vatican directed,
Christian empire-build mission. It is responsible for a lot of damage to the earth's life-supporting ecosystems and also for America's paternalistic/militaristic and
economic oppression of weaker nations around the world, including many indigenous nations. I call it America's Christian globalization mission.
In 1452, Pope Nicholas V issued to King Alfonso V of Portugal the bull Romanus Pontifex, declaring war against all non-Christians
throughout the world, and specifically sanctioning and promoting the conquest, colonization, and exploitation of non-Christian
nations and their territories. In this bull Pope Nicholas directed King Alfonso to "capture, vanquish, and subdue the saracens,
pagans, and other enemies of Christ," to "put them into perpetual slavery," and "to take all their possessions and property."
In the Inter Cetera bull, Pope Alexander stated his desire that the "discovered" people be "subjugated and brought to
the faith itself." By this means, said the pope, the "Christian Empire" would be propagated. ref.
In 1823, the Christian Doctrine of Discovery was adopted into U.S. law by the Supreme Court in the celebrated case, Johnson v. McIntosh.
According to Chief Justice John Marshall, the United States - upon winning its independence in 1776 - became a successor nation to the right
of "discovery" and acquired the power of "dominion" from Great Britain.
Also, according to Marshall, Christian European nations had assumed "ultimate dominion" over the lands of America
during the Age of Discovery, and that - upon "discovery" - the Indians had lost "their rights to complete sovereignty, as
independent nations," and only retained a right of "occupancy" in their lands. ref.
In April, 2010, the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII)
presented a preliminary study on the Christian Doctrine of Discovery. The
expert members of the UNPFII have declared that the doctrine is "the historical root of ongoing violations of
indigenous peoples, which for centuries served as 'legal' rationale for stealing land and
dehumanizing indigenous peoples, as well as justification for the establishment of boarding
schools throughout North America to 'civilize' Indian children."
Internationally renowned human rights advocates contend: (1.) past
human rights violations faced by indigenous peoples, such as religious
persecution, forced conversion to Christianity, genocide, ethnocide, ethnic cleansing, wars
of conquest, slavery, grand theft of lands and resources, denial of their full
sovereignty rights, desecration of many of their sacred sites, destruction of their
eco-spirituality, pagan panentheistic/pantheistic religions, etc. - and (2.) present-day human rights violations
being faced by indigenous peoples, including the continuing dehumanizing
subjugation of these peoples - mainly by denying them ownership of their sacred
ancestral homelands and full sovereignty rights on those lands (see article on this topic) - can all be
traced to the 15th century Christian Doctrine of Discovery, which was - and still is - an
international legal construct. They're also saying that the doctrine comes very
close to a religious root cause of the world's major problems.
Indian Country Today Media Network, the world's largest Indian news source,
recently published a letter of mine about my work to expose and rectify the injustices
caused by the Christian Doctrine of Discovery. The
letter includes my correspondence with and support from the international
renowned leader of the movement to expose and rectify the doctrine's injustices. His name is Steven T. Newcomb.
Christianity's colonial-imperialistic mission did not bring justice or
equality but aggression and dehumanizing subjugation to indigenous peoples around the world. Its
racial and religious bigoted beliefs led to the world's worst genocide the wanton
destruction of tens of thousands of earth-focused, ecologically-conscious, indigenous
cultures and religions. And most
Christian leaders have not yet repented. The Pope and many other
Christian leaders have not yet apologized for Christian colonialism and the consequential current
dehumanizing subjugation of indigenous peoples.
(1.) or (2.)
(3.) United Nations statements about the earth destroying histories of the Christian and Islamic religions:
A statement in a UN Environmental Programme document reads:
"the root causes of the loss of biodiversity are embedded in the way societies use resources.
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 tradition." The document also states that Eastern cultures
with religious traditions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism did not depart as drastically from
the ancient religious traditions that were aware of the sacred attributes in nature and ecologically conscious.
Following the release of the UN Earth Charter a series of international forums, called "The Earth Dialogues" were held at the United Nations.
One of those forums was the roundtable for Inter-Religious Groups and Spiritual Leaders. As stated in the forums official meeting minutes,
this roundtable was held to deal with "the ethics of intolerant righteousness
and the greed of short term gain, as these cannot lead us to sustainable development despite enduring beliefs in the one right religion
or the invisible hand. It is clear that
our religious institutions
have barely begun to articulate the core values of sustainable development. In their fundamentalist - fanatical forms, religions
throughout history have justified terrorism, (Islamic) jihads and (Christian) crusades against
people who hold different beliefs and against the Earth itself."
During the opening speech of the UN Earth Summit, Maurice Strong said: "Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of
the affluent middle class - involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, air-conditioning, and
suburban housing - are not sustainable...." The United States of America and many other industrialized nations are made up
of mostly middle class Christians who live in non-sustainable suburban houses, use to much fossil fuel and eat to much meat.
And the Pastors of Christian churches in these industrialized nations are not telling their parishioners that they need
to repent and reform their lives. They have barely begun to articulate and preach
"the core values of sustainable development."
The earth-destroying Western world's attitudes and actions towards nature were shaped by the
Judeo-Christian religion. A document mandated by the UN - sponsored Convention on Biological Diversity,
the Global Biodiversity Assessment, explicitly refers to Christianity as a
faith that has set humans apart from nature and stripped nature of its sacred
"Conversion to Christianity has therefore meant an abandonment of an affinity
with the natural world for many forest dwellers, peasants, fishers all over
the world ...The northeastern hilly states of India bordering China and Myanmar
supported small scale, largely autonomous shifting cultivator societies until
the 1950's. These people followed their own religious traditions that included
setting apart between 10% and 30% of the landscape as sacred groves and ponds."
While calling for a new spiritual relationship between man and nature, Al Gore, in his book Earth
In The Balance, praises
traditional Native American spiritualism, which has a true
spiritual sense of our place in nature. He blames Christianity for the elimination
of the ancient goddess religion, which he believes had a true
spiritual sense of our place in nature.
"The spiritual sense of our place in nature predates Native American cultures; increasingly
it can be traced to the origins of human civilization. A growing number of anthropologists
and archaeomythologists, such as Marija Gimbutas and Riane Esler argue that the prevailing
ideology of belief in prehistoric Europe and much of the world was based on the worship
of a single earth goddess, who was assumed to be the fount of all life and who radiated
harmony among all living things...The last vestige of organized goddess worship was eliminated by
Christianity as late as the fifteenth century in Lithuania."
"The richness and diversity of our religious tradition throughout history is a spiritual resource
long ignored by people of faith, who are often afraid to open their minds to teachings first
offered outside their own system of belief. But the emergence of a civilization in which knowledge
moves freely and almost instantaneously through the world has ...spurred a renewed investigation
of the wisdom distilled by all faiths. This panreligious perspective may prove especially
important where our global civilization's responsibility for the earth is concerned."
For Al Gore and other influential environmentalists, the Judeo-Christian faith is the root cause of the ecological crisis. They believe that
the Judeo-Christian faith, in a
terrorist way, threatens all life on earth. Gore asserts it is the deluded, Hell-fearing, paranoid Christians who are
afraid to open their minds to teachings outside their own system of belief who have become a dangerous threat to the survival of the
earth's life sustaining ecosystems. To Al Gore, it seems obvious that a better understanding of a religious heritage
preceding our own by so many thousands of years could offer us new insights and help assists us in
establishing a new faith that will resanctify the earth.
The halls of the United Nations have long been a haven for one-world religion spirituality. Former
Secretary-Generals like Dag Hammarskjold (founder of the UN Meditation Room), U Thant and
former Assistant Secretary-General Robert Muller were outspoken advocates of a neopagan
theopanistic global spirituality, using the UN as a vehicle to spread their doctrine.
The earth-focused and ecologically-conscious neopagan theopantistic
global spirituality that has
become so popular in the United Nations is not only undergoing a renaissance...it's
giving the remote-heaven-focused and earth-destroying religions - Christianity and Islam,
a run for their money.
Many leading scholars and theologians with an United Nations mission to achieve world peace and ecological balance
are New Age believers. They believe in a soon to come new age
wherein humanity will be united within a single global culture, religion and
Western society is in a dramatic shift away from the Abrahamic religions, Judaism,
Islam and Christianity. In many cases, former believers are turning to the
New Age panentheistic global religion. This type of panentheism is partially
pantheistic, claiming that the entirety of the universe is contained within God
as a part of God, who is, of course, more than
the universe. This type of panentheism is being promoted by UN leaders. It's an earth
or nature friendly panentheistic or theopantistic religion that
embraces the essence of Hinduism and Buddhism and incorporates the eco-spirituality
of traditional indigenous
tribal religions and some aspects of the ancient goddess religions. Plus, aspects of
Judaism, Christianity, Islam and other (not yet mentioned) religions
are also incorporated into this developing New World Religion.
The next several paragraphs are about the New Age panentheistic global spirituality that
is based, primarily, on Hinduism and traditional Native American religions and being promoted by
leaders of the United Nations.
New Age teachings became popular during the 1960s youth counter-cultural revolution. John Lennon's Imagine lyrics read: "I hope
someday you'll join us - and the world will live as one."
New Age believers who are of the panentheistic global spirituality that is being promoted by leaders of the
UN believe in the unity of science and religion. They also believe
that all that exists is derived from a
single source of divine energy, or one divine reality/mind/consciousness, called Brahman in Hinduism.
They also believe
in the concept of the divinity of the individual, that we are all divine, and that we are - when all together and in an
enlightened state of consciousness - God. They believe that originally, we were all together as ONE and that, in the future,
we will be all together again as ONE. They do not seek God as
"revealed" in Biblical text or in the panentheistic religions that are not also
partially pantheistic, nor do they seek God in a remote heaven; they
seek God within the self (which is without boundries) and throughout the entire universe.
In contrast with Hindu and New Age believers' nature/earth-based panentheistic and partially pantheistic beliefs, Christianity was
(1.) the false dualism of man and nature -
man (in his mortal existence) was viewed as separate
from nature and above it, not a part of nature.
(2.) the belief that God assigned man to rule over the earth or nature,
not live in harmony with nature.
(3.) the false dualism of man and God - man was viewed as separate and distinct from God, not one with God.
(4.) the false belief that the universe is not a part of God, or a temporary outward
manifestation of an imperfect expression of God.
(5.) the false dualism of there being an eternal Hell and Heaven, where humanity will be
eternally divided, some humans being
eternally separated from the rest of humanity and burning/suffering in an
eternal Hell. Instead of on the belief that, ultimately, we
(all of humanity) will be together as One, in love and eternally happy.
(6.) and later, Christianity established the false belief that it was the will of God that white Christians exploit nature and the natural-world
indigenous peoples for their "proper" ends.
Hindus and panentheist New Agers who are partially pantheistic have a concept of 'only god' (monism). Everything that exists is said to come from
a single entity, called Brahman, and everything ultimately returns to this original state.
If you stand between two mirrors, an infinite series of reflections of yourself can be
seen, though there is only one 'you'. Similarly, owing to illusion or Maya,
the singular Brahman appears as different souls. The ultimate goal of every
individual soul is to pierce the veil of ignorance, and return to one's
original divine nature.
The panentheist New Age believers believe that we all are (in our mortal existence) a part
of nature, and we all have a divine-super
or cosmic level of consciousness that Hinduism refers to as God Consciousness or Brahman.
From this Hindu and New Age believers' view,
humanity is God. However, because most of us are not yet experiencing enlightenment,
the enlightened souls segment of humanity is sometimes
referred to as God.
There is a Hindu and adopted New Age believers' concept of God Almighty being in
essence the sum total of all purified souls in the cosmos
at a given point of time. Each individual soul ultimately regains
its original pure pristine form. All individual human souls will
return to their eternal home where they will have (upon arrival) regained their original pure pristine form.
Hindus and New Age believers believe that no one goes to an "eternal Hell" and burns forever
and that there is no such place, or state of being called: "Hell". They believe that, ultimately, we will be all together as One, in love and eternally happy.
An increasing number of New Age believers are coming to believe in a new belief, based on modern-day science and religion, that God was
originally ONE, and that about fourteen billion years ago It decided to divide and experience Itself as many separate human
beings who were spirits and did not have physical bodies. When this happened, time began, and the "big bang" creation of our universe occurred.
The universe is an essentially undifferentiated mass of light. The illusion of it being made up of separate and distinct multiple forms of
matter comes from a part of humanity developing a false identity of who they were at the time of the "big bang" creation, a false identity that most
people have in this present time/age. They identify themselves as being separate and distinct from God and not essentially one with God.
God who was solitary decided to become many, to be a family that would live in bliss together. So It
divided into many human beings without
physical bodies. At the time, they experienced themselves as being essentially One Being having traces of separate individual identities and
they had free will.
At this time the "universe" was created as an essentially undifferentiated mass of light. Then a part of humanity decided to separate and
become distinct from God in their own minds, and did so, by committing an act that caused
them to believe that they could recognize
the fundamental difference between good and evil, which was, and still is, a delusion.
Good and evil are essentially undifferenated or not real.
In the beginning (about fourteen billion years ago), before "Adam and Eve" received
physical bodies and before they sinned, by eating
the "forbidden fruit" from
"the tree of the knowledge of good and evil", they had no real 'egos" and it is precisely in the belief that they were each
somebody, that they each had a "self" and even recognized the difference between good and evil, that caused the "fall" from
enlightenment, where attachment and sorrow lies.
Because "Adam and Eve" (or a segment of humanity) ate of the "forbidden fruit", or recognized the difference between good and evil, while in
a pre-moral state of existence without physical bodies, they
underwent the "fall". They wrongly believed that they could recognize the difference between good and evil and that, likewise, they could recognize
the difference between themselves and God. They came to believe that they were separate and distinct from God.
This delusion caused the universe to appear to be made up of separate and distinct
multiple forms of matter, which is an illusion. The goal of the part of humanity that is still suffering from the delusion of
being separate and distinct from God is to return to their original state of Being, so that the totality of humanity is eternally
experiencing its essential Oneness with God.
Many New Age believers believe in the Hindu scriptures that describe Bhoomi Devi as the personification of Mother Earth or nature as a goddess.
Nowadays, they call her Gaia, who they do not worship, but highly honor and pray to - she is to some extent regarded as "God". She is the temporary
outward manifestation of God, appearing as the Earth and Heavens, or Nature.
The belief in a world soul that is honored and prayed to, as is Gaia, by some Gaians, is not just a contemporary belief and spiritual practice.
This belief and spiritual practice is ancient and found in both Eastern and Western culture. This world soul is usually conceived as a
"formative force," an active, intelligent, purposeful spiritual presence at work in the material world to guide and guard the course of
planetary evolution. It is not accorded the status of being the ultimate source or Creator but might be looked upon as an archangelic being or Mary the mother of Jesus in the Roman Catholic religion presiding over the well being of the world, or the wholeness of all the lives and patterns that manifest upon, and as,
The Judeo-Christian tradition arises from the Semitic spiritual perspective of God and creation being separate
and distinct, as well as from patriarchal social structures. In such a context, sacredness has overtones
of authority, power, distance, and maleness that would have been alien to the spirituality of, for instance, the ancient
Celts or the Native Americans, two cultures that incorporated a sense of the living earth.
Nature is not a perfect outward manifestation of God.
Therefore, nature is the outward manifestation of both enlightened and un-enlightened souls, and as such
"She" is the "Divine Nature" on Her way to perfection. A long time ago, God established the laws of
Divine Nature that are still being used today to lead humanity to its/our most glorious
In a United Nations speech Maurice Strong said, "It is the responsibility of
each human being today to choose between the force of darkness and the force of light.
We must therefore transform our attitudes and adopt a renewed respect for the superior
Alice Bailey, and Helena Blavatsky, renowned New Age leaders,
used these terms often. Their writings state that the 'force of darkness' are those
who adhere to
the 'out-dated' Judeo-Christian faith; those who continue along their
'separative' paths of the 'one true God'. The 'force of light', in their view, is the
inclusive New Age doctrine of a neopagan panentheistic (partially pantheistic) New World Religion. They have said that: "In the New Age
there will be no room for the 'force of darkness' and 'separativeness'."
Pope Benedict XVI has spoken of the need to protect the environment, but warned against
multitudes of people coming to believe that "neopaganism" is
the religious solution to the ecological crisis.
Pope Benedict XVI also warned against "the dangers of turning nature into a new divinity."
He said by doing so people would "open the way to a new pantheism
tinged with neo-paganism,
which would see the source of man's salvation in
New Agers believe in neopaganism and that nature/Gaia is "divine", but that It/She is not worthy
of our worship because It/She is an imperfect or corrupted divinity. New Agers also believe that
neopaganism is the religious solution to the ecological crisis. However, New Agers are
not pantheists, they embrace, both, pantheism and panentheism. Therefore they do not see
the source of man's salvation in nature alone.
Gaia belief is at the very heart of the Global Green Agenda, Sustainable Development,
Agenda 21, the UN sponsored Convention on Biological Diversity, the UN Global Ethic
Initiative and the United Nations Earth
Charter. The Gaians are on a mission to save Mother Earth from
the ecosystems-destroying segment of Her human population. Gaians have succeeded
in uniting the environmental movement, the
New Age movement, Eastern religions and the United Nations behind this type of
A Vatican newspaper article criticized the movie Avatar for supporting nature-based faiths. It criticized the film
for promoting nature as a part of God over Christian beliefs. The article said: "The plotline of aliens who live on a distant unspoiled planet and the humans who want to pillage
their resources is a universal theme that can be reminiscent of past colonizations and wars."
There's a huge, very racist problem with the Vatican critisizing the movie Avatar
for supporting nature-based faiths. It wasn't that long ago that the Roman
Catholics, Protestant, and Anglican residential schools did their level
best to eradicate 'pagan' nature-based faiths or spiritualities out of
myriads of aboriginal cultures around the globe in what is now universally
accepted as a physical, cultural and spiritual genocide, as well as the root cause
of our current ecological crisis.
The Bible based panentheistic religions believe and teach that God created human beings
and the cosmos out of nothing. Hindus and New Agers believe and teach that God created
human beings and the rest of the cosmos from the sacred spiritual energy within Itself.
The physical substance of the earth (matter) does not actually exist; it's an illusion.
From the highest realm of human consciousness, the earth is perceived as a field of
energy (temporarily manifesting as an essentially undifferentiated mass of light) that is part of Divine Consciousness. The Divine Spirit (God)
manifests Herself in the earth realm as Gaia, who personifies the entire
ecosystem of Planet Earth. Despite misleading forces that oppose Her, She is always
working to achieve and maintain harmony, wholeness and balance within the environment.
Mother Nature heals, nurtures and supports all life on this planet. In time,
Mother Nature in the earth realm (Gaia) will ultimately (as She does God's will) lead
us and our planet to world peace and ecological balance.
The Great Spirit, or God, is the central figure in the cosmology of a number of indigenous north American tribes, most notably among the Dakota
or "Sioux". Unlike the Semitic "God", the Dakota's Great Spirit (Wahkontonka) is described as "many and one" and
takes on numerous forms. In this, and other ways, Wahkontonka is simular to the Hindus' God, Brahman. Like Brahman, Wahkontonka is not personified,
but aspects of it are. In respect to the Dakota religion, the "aspects" are often personified or manifested in the sun, moon, sky, earth, winds, lightning, thunder,
and other natural phenomena. When the Dakota pray to Wahkontonka they address the sum total of sacred supernatural help available.
Wahkontonka is not an abstract concept of godhead; He, who is "many and one", personifies and is expressive of everything
sacred in the material universe - including the earth, sun, moon, wind, fire, rocks trees, planets, stars, etc. He
is not the god of a monotheistic religion but rather signifies a panentheistic (partially pantheistic)
philosophy in Dakota thought.
Wahkontonka is not easy to understand for the uninitiated. He
transcends the idea of divinity of someone brought up in a Semitic, monotheistic culture...where, in no way
is everything sacred in the universe believed to be a part of God. A more closer analogy can be found in the
Hindu religion. God the Father is Spirit and He manifests Himself outwardly as the Divine Mother,
who is everything sacred in the Universe. He is also manifesting Himself, in an imperfect way, as the
totality of the physical universe, and is, in this expression of Himself, referred to as Brahma
The Dakota world is characterized by its oneness, its unity. There is no separation of the
natural world from
the world of the supernatural. Even human beings are considered to be a part of Wahkontonka.
This unity is thought to be beyond the comprehension of mankind and can only be shared in
through the practice
of rituals. To the Dakota, the animating force that acts as the common denominator of the
universe is Wahkontonka. Wahkontonka is in everything holy and spiritual in the universe
and also everything that is sacred in the physical world, which is almost everything.
Wahkontonka is most precisely defined by incomprehensibility. He is
the "Great Mystery".
The Dakota believe Wahkontonka has a mind and created the universe, and through inferior spirits, which are manifestations
of Itself (who is called "Grandfather"), cares about each of us in a personal way. They also believe that Wahkontonka
outwardly manifests Itself as all that is sacred in the physical universe, but is also greater than all that is sacred in the universe.
This is a type of panentheism that is partially pantheistic. It is partially pantheistic because it does not claim that God is only in all things,
but that Wahkontonka is in all things and manifest Himself as all sacred things, while being also greater than
all things sacred in the universe.
In essence, the Dakota believe
that every object is spirit, or "wahkon". For this reason, the Dakota
hold a view of the universe in which nothing physical is real. Everything in the material world has only
the appearance of being real.
Everything has its own spirit but all share the same spiritual essence that is Wahkontonka.
Wahkontonka's Spirit slit itself up
into rocks, trees, water, earth, sky, stars, etc. - they being sacred "material" objects that make up
most of the universe and are made of Wahkontonka's spiritual essence or divine invisible-energy, as are all "material" objects, and
they all have no material substance to them.
Each generation of scientist has searched for the building blocks of matter, the smallest quantum
or indivisible unit. The smallest unit was once thought to be the atom, but this belief changed as the compound
microscope gave way to the electron microscope. With greater magnification the wall and nucleus of the atom
were found to be made of more empty space and so on until the particles became wholly invisible. Physicists
found no material substance at all in the building blocks of matter, only invisible energy. Two thousand years
before Christ, the Vedics in India were teaching that matter is not real, that it's an illusion.
The Dakota believe that Wahkontonka employs the use of "Wahkon people" (inferior spirits)
who are a part of Itself to interact with the material world and inform and guide the lives of human beings.
The "Wahkon people" are often the objects of worship and praise. Likewise, the Hindus' Brahman takes on many forms that
Hindus worship as gods or goddesses. Like Wahkontonka, Brahman informs and guides people in a personal way through Its inferior spirits.
White Buffalo Calf Woman is one of the most important "Wahkon people" to the Dakota.
In Minnesota, "the land of ten thousand lakes", there is a large and beautiful lake named Mille Lacs.
Its outlet river is named Rum. The Dakota or "Sioux"
name for the "Rum River" is Wahkon, translated (Great) Spirit.
[note: Wahkon is the Dakota people's traditional name for the Great Spirit.
Wahkon is sometimes spelled Wakan. Mille Lacs Lake's Dakota name is Wahkon.
A bay on Mille Lacs Lake is named Wahkon, Wahkon Bay.]
According to historical documents found in, "Minnesota Geographic Names", a book written by Warren
Upham, and published by the Minnesota
Historical Society... in the late 1700s, white men gave the "Rum River" its current English name by way of a
"punning translation" that "perverted
the ancient Sioux name Wakan".
I became aware of this profanation of the sacred Dakota name for the "Rum River" some twenty five
years ago. And then over a decade ago I
established a movement to change the river's profane name.
When I discovered this profanation of the sacred Dakota name Wakan, I was participating in a
world-view around the word wahkon movement. This
movement originated as a part of the 1960s youth counter-cultural revolution. A revolution with a
mission to establish a single united global
culture, a culture made up of the best of the past of all different people's cultures and
traditions. A culture wherein, we hoped, all of
humanity would eventually be united. This movement was founded on lyrics in the Beatles' song Imagine:
"hope you join us and the world will
be as one".
And this movement is still active. Near Summertown, Tennessee, there is a 250-member and very
successful youth of the 1960s counter-cultural
commune with a world-view around the word wakan. Its founder and leader, Stephen Gaskin, is an
internationally renowned environmentalist and his commune has gained
national recognition as a successful environmental community and organization.
The "Sioux" are used to portray all Native American tribes in Hollywood, anyone wanting to see a
"real Indian" wants to see a war bonnet and a
tipi. Therefore, I believe that the world psychic views all Native Americans as "Sioux"; and that when
people watch the traditional Hollywood
movies about Native Americans they often hear the "Sioux" using the word wahkon (sacred), or the
combined words Wahkon-Tonka (Wahkontonka), meaning Spirit-Great or Great Spirit.
Hence, a lot of people believe that the word wahkon and the name Wahkontonka are used by all Native
Americans. Stephen Gaskin wrote:
"The word wakan has a strong and universal concept and people all around the world know something
The word wahkon is used by a number of Native American tribes.
And because we believe that Native
American culture has the most valuable features of all cultures, features such as kinship tribalism,
an ecological spirituality, a charismatic
spirituality...etc., we have, therefore, made it the predominant culture of our one-world-culture,
world-unifying globalization movement. We, therefore, describe
our movement as a world-view around the word wahkon movement.
And it is by way of this movement that we are promoting respect for traditional Native American
culture and spirituality. And we are doing so by
showing respect for the sacred multi-tribal Native American word wahkon.
The Tekakwitha Conference is an international Catholic Native or "Indian" conference that has, during some of its annual conferences, represented
over one-hundred tribes throughout North America. At
the 1983 annual Tekakwitha Conference, a conference that I attended, a missionary Priest addressed
the conference and said: "There is a whole
world-view behind the word wahkon".
During the 1983 conference I was interviewed by Matthew Fox. At the time Fox was the
international leader of the Catholic Church's somewhat syncretistic, one-world-religion
in the making movement. At the beginning of the interview, Fox told me that Thomas Merton had
asked him to reach out to the youth of
the 1960's counter cultural revolution with the intent to help them find the truth and live holy
And then Fox asked me, a counter
cultural revolutionary with a syncretistic mission to unite the world's religions into a one-world-religion,
what I thought about this connection with Thomas Merton. I responded by
telling him about my - strongly influenced
by Merton - worldview around the word wahkon - counter-cultural, world-unifying mission.
And near the end of the
interview Fox ask me to keep in touch with
him, so as to keep him informed about the progress of my mission. Years later, Fox sent me a letter
giving his support for my organization's effort to change the Rum River's
And during the 1984 Mr. & Mrs. I. C. Rainbow family reunion my uncle Don Rainbow addressed the
seventeen families gathered at that Rainbow family
reunion and said: " A Rainbow is a sign of God's salvation plan and I believe that we may be
used to glorify God more than any other family in the
world." He made this very grandiose statement after I spoke to him about my vision of our family
coming together in kinship tribalism in order
to promote the tribal way and to also promote my expression of the counter-culture's -
worldview around the word wahkon - one world movement.
Years later I met and became friends with Chris McCloud, an internationally renowned song writer
who in the 1960s socialized with Paul McCarthy
and other internationally renowned counter cultural leaders. When McCloud was socializing with McCarthy
he was of a, strongly influenced by Thomas
Merton, expression of the counter culture's world unifying globalization movement.
These mentioned above experiences inspired me to increase my dedication to my mission of promoting
my expression of the counter-culture's world-view
movement around the word wahkon, and to do so, by showing respect for the multi-tribal Native
American word wahkon and traditional name for their Great Spirit (Wahkon). And in order to show due respect
for the sacred Native American word wahkon and name Wahkon, I (as previously mentioned) established a movement to
change the derogatory name of the Rum River back to its sacred Dakota name Wahkon or Wakan.
My organization's efforts to change the river's name has received support from a long list
of organizations and individuals, including, to name some of them: a Mdewakanton Dakota band,
the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Community, Leonard Wabasha (a traditional chief of the Mdewakanton Dakota people and a leading Minnesota Native
activist), Cankdeska Cikana
Community College, the Tekakwitha Conference, the UN Secretariat of the Permanent Forum
On Indigenous Issues, the National
Environmental Coalition of Native Americans, Joe Day (Executive Director of the Minnesota Indian
Affairs Council), Russell Means
(internationally renowned American Indian activist), Pat Albers (Chair of the University of
Minnesota's American Indian Studies
Department), Archbishop Harry Flynn (of the Archdiocese of Minneapolis and St. Paul), American
Indian Cultural Research Center at
South Dakota's Blue Cloud Abbey, the University Creation Spirituality, Pax Christi USA, and many
other historic preservationists,
human rights organizations as well as thirty pastors of Christian churches located within the "Rum" River
area. In my effort to change the
river's name I have found that there is almost unanimous support for the name change by Christian
In the 1960s, I met and became friends with Richard H. Carter. Carter was a San Francisco Bay area
leader of the counter-cultural revolution and he
occasionally attended Stephen Gaskin's "Monday Night Class" and he once spoke with Gaskin. When Gaskin and his commune
moved to Summertown Tennessee,
Richard Carter, his wife (Lois) and I traveled to
Wahkon, Minnesota with the intention of establishing a commune. And my Rum River Name Change Organization's
headquarters are now located in Wahkon, Minnesota, located on the south shore of Mille Lacs Lake.
When, Richard Carter, his wife (Lois) and I
came to Wahkon in the late 1960s there was some thought of making Wahkon the permanent headquarters of our counter-cultural
world-unifying globalization mission. Currently, Carter is a bi-nationally renowned environmentalist. Recently, I contacted Richard Carter and
informed him and his wife about my mission and work. I am hoping that in the near future we will be working together again in Wahkon.
In order to usher in the New World Religion an old out-dated foundational
dogma of the Roman Catholic Church, the dogma which describes "the mission
of Jesus Christ", a mission that has been proven to be impossible to accomplish by
modern-day science, has to be renounced as a false doctrine by the Roman
Catholic Church hierarchy. Then, a new church, the Wahkon Catholic Church,
an expression of the youth of 1960s counter-cultural, New Age syncretistic
universal religion needs to be established in the place of the old out-dated
Roman Catholic Church. Its land and buildings can then be used by the members
of this New Universal Religion or New World Religion, its headquarter being
located in Wahkon, Minnesota.
Biblical scriptures say
that after God created the universe, including the earth, He said it was "good"; and that only after the first humans ("Adam and Eve"),
whom we all are descendents of, sinned did the whole creation, including earth, become corrupted, or, became a mixture of good and evil.
According to Hindu scripture, Brahma, the Creator of the illusionary physical universe, is, both, the son of the Supreme Being (Brahman) and Maya.
Paramahansa Yogananda, hailed as the father of Yoga in the West, described "Maya or Satan as the Cosmic Magician who
produces multiplicity of form to hide the One Formless Verity".
When Brahma created the illusionary physical universe,
it came into existents as a mixture of good and evil or as a manifestation of Brahman (God) and a deceptive force called Maya. The creation was
not "good" or "pure" from its origins. Modern-day science has proven
that for billions of years before the existence of the
first human beings ("Adam and Eve") the creation was not "good" or "pure". However, Biblical scriptures and Christian doctrine/dogma
erroneously say it was.
According to the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church, Jesus Christ's mission is to "restore creation to the purity of its
origins" (CCC, 2336)....or, to restore creation to the way it was before the first modern-day humans sinned,
or committed "original sin", which science has proven would have had to have occur around 200,000 years ago. This proclaimed
mission of Jesus Christ can not be
fulfilled, because the creation was corrupt from its origins and has been corrupt ever since, right up to this present-day.
For hundreds of millions of years before modern-day humans came forth upon the
earth, many different types of carnivorous animals, including many types of dinosaurs, were
killing and eating other animals. Also, six near total mass extinctions of all animals had occurred.
In addition, there were humans living on earth for around 3.2 million years before modern-day humans ("Adam and Eve")
came into existence on the earth. They experienced
natural catastrophes, diseases, injuries, debilitating effects of aging and death.
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...
the beasts...were not carnivores...such was the first creation, and such will
be the restoration after this."
According to Biblical scriptures no corruption on earth, including the mentioned above types of corruption, began
to occur until after the first modern-day humans ("Adam and Eve") sinned. Therefore,
the creation story of the Biblical scriptures (which was viewed as reality),
and from which Christianity's foundational doctrine is based (the doctrine that describes Jesus Christ's supposed mission), is a deceptive
myth. Therefore, Christianity's foundational
doctrine, which is based on this myth, is a false doctrine/dogma. Creation can not be "restored to the purity of its orgin" at the end of history, because it has never been "pure".
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." Modern-day science
has proven this Catholic doctrine/dogma to be untrue and deceptive. Therefore,
science has also made the Roman Catholic Religion an out-dated religion.
Robert Muller (1923 to 2010), who was most well known for his role as Assistant Secretary-General of the
United Nations, worked for world peace and even created a global education curriculum. He was called the
"Philosopher" and "Prophet of Hope" of the United Nations. He wrote:
"Decide to open yourself to God, to the Universe, to all your brethren and sisters, to your
inner self... to the potential of the human race, to the infinity of your inner self,
and you will become the universe...you will become infinity, and you will be at long
last your real, divine, stupendous self."
The underlying philosophy upon which the Robert Muller School is based can be found
in the teachings set forth in the books of Alice A. Bailey. Alice and her husband
started World Goodwill - an official Non-Governmental Organization within the United
Nations. One of this organization's three aims is: "To cooperate in the work of
preparation for the reappearance of the Christ." However, this aim-statement is not
referring to the traditional Christian concept of who Christ is, but rather the
New Age Cosmic Christ who would unite all religions and countries. This is one
example of how UN global politics are being used for the agenda of uniting humanity
within a One World Religion and Government.
Muller wrote a brief complementary review for Paramahansa Yogananda's book
Autobiography of a Yogi. Prior to the 21st Century it was displayed on the back
cover of the autobiography.
Autobiography of a Yogi was selected by Harper-Collins Publishers as one of The 100 Best Spiritual
Books of the 20th Century. Mr. Binay Ranjan Sen, a former Indian Ambassador
of the United States said, in a March 4, 1952 eulogy for Yogananda: "If we had a
man like Paramahansa Yogananda in the United Nations today, probably the world
would be a better place than it is."
[In an Autobiography of a Yogi footnote associated with the Biblical scripture Psalms 46:10
"Be still and know that I am God", Yogananda wrote: "The goal of the
science of yoga is to obtain that necessary inner stillness by which
one may truly 'know God'".]
[footnote, pg. 198-190: While quoting his Guru/Master, Yogananda wrote:
"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
[On pages 314 and 315 Yogananda wrote: "God, the Sole Life, is Absolute Unity; to appear
as the separate and diverse manifestations of a creation He wears a false or unreal
veil. That illusory dualistic veil is maya...To rise above the duality of the creation
and perceive the unity of the Creator was conceived of as man's highest goal...With the
recent devising of an electron microscope came definite proof of the light-essence
of atoms...the atom is energy rather than matter...There is no material universe...
A yogi who through perfect meditation has merged his consciousness with the
Creator perceives the cosmical essence as light (vibrations of life energy)...Sir James
Jean writes in The Mysterious Universe, 'the universe begins to look more like a
great thought than like a machine.'"
[On page 311 Yogananda wrote: "Those who cling to the cosmic illusion must accept its
essential law of polarity: flow and ebb, rise and fall, day and night, pleasure and
pain, good and evil, birth and death. This cyclic pattern assumes a certain
anguishing monotony after man has gone through a few thousand human births; he
begins then to cast a hopeful eye beyond the compulsions of maya...To remove the
veil of maya is to uncover the secret of creation...So long as man remains
subject to the dualistic illusions of Nature, the Janus-faced Maya is his
goddess; he cannot know the one true God"]
Robert Muller wrote: "We
must move as quickly as possible to a one-world government; a one-world religion;
under a one-world leader." He also declared that fundamentalism's "inflexible belief systems have played an
incendiary role in global conflicts". "Peace will be impossible", he said,
"without the taming of fundamentalism through a United Religions that
professes faithfulness 'only to the global spirituality and to the health
of this planet'."
Bishop William Swing of the Episcopal Diocese of California is the President and
Founder of the United Religions Initiative (URI), an international, grassroots,
interfaith bridge-building organization modeled after the United Nations. The URI
is currently engaged in initiatives and agendas of the United Nations. Bishop Swing's
URI mission has found favor among others who share his vision for spiritual unity --
a oneness designed to replace the old divisive Biblical absolutes blamed for war
and conflict. Many prominent URI supporters openly equate evangelism --
preaching the Gospel -- with conquest and manipulative proselytism; they see
orthodox Christians as fundamentalists who put peace at risk.
Alice Bailey said, "The day is dawning when all religions will be
regarded as emanating from one great spiritual source; all will be seen as unitedly providing
the one root out of which the universal world religion will inevitably emerge." Likewise, Episcopal
Bishop William Swing believes that all religions "come together at the apex, in the Divine." Knowingly or not,
their affirmation of religious unity echoes Blavatsky, who said that all religions have "been derived
from one primitive source," and that separate religions are "but shades of human error and the signs of imperfection."
New Age writers say that we will accept the New World Religion when we understand that all religions have the
same source and the same end.
Muller was also a strong believer in Pierre Teilhard de Cardin's theories. Telhard de
Cardin, who died in 1955, was a world renowned author, scientist,
theologian and philosopher. Teilhard had always viewed the United Nations as the
progressive institutional embodiment of his philosophy. Teilhard teachings on
unity and the universal Christ had a deep impact not only on the New Age world
but on the leaders of a worldwide unity movement: the United Nations.
Al Gore quoted Teilhard, "The fate of mankind, as well as of religion, depends upon
the emergence of a new faith in the future.' Armed with such a faith, we might find it
possible to resanctify the earth..." Gore often quotes an old Native Indian saying
"Will you teach your children what we have taught our children? That the earth is our Mother. What
befalls the earth, befalls all the sons of the earth. This we know - the earth does not belong to man,
man belongs to the earth.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse wrote: "We are now in a time of prophecy: Animal Nations
would stand upon Mother Earth a different color than their natural being and be born white.
The Buffalo, Lion, Dolphin, Raven, Deer, Black Bear, and now the Moose...They are speaking
to us with the only voice that can be heard. These messages are of a blessing and yet a
great warning!...It is a time of great urgency to unite for Peace and Harmony upon Mother
Earth in order for our future generations to survive...Mother Earth is not a resource, but
rather the source of life itself." [
my white deer videos]
The United Nations even had its own in-house prophet, Sri Chinmoy, who died on Oct. 11, 2007.
He was an Indian mystic and the official Spiritual Advisor to the United Nations.
Sri Chinmoy and Robert Muller believed that, world peace would ultimately depend "on divine
and cosmic government". Muller once went so far as to call the UN "the body of Christ." The United
Nations "will be the last word in human perfection," Sri Chinmoy proclaimed,
it will "stand as the pinnacle of divine enlightenment."
Robert Muller preached.
"Little by little a planetary prayer book is thus being composed
by an increasingly united humanity seeking its oneness. Once again, but this time on a universal scale, humankind is seeking no less
than its reunion with 'divine,' its transcendence into higher forms of life.
Hindus call our earth Brahma, or God, for they rightly see no difference
between our earth and the divine. This ancient simple truth is slowly dawning
again upon humanity, as we are about to enter our cosmic age and become what
we were always meant to be: the planet of God."
The new-world religious perspective regards the Earth itself as an ecologically-conscious goddess that is opposed to the continuation
of the polluting, ecosystems-destroying, Semitic religions (the worst one being Christianity), and that the UN is the organization
through which all people will be led into appropriate religious beliefs and practices. The new-world religious
perspective is promoting the establishment of a One World Religion that will be a, Panentheistic/Pantheistic, earth-centered, neo-pagan religion, which
is utterly incompatible with Biblical faiths.
Pope John Paul II wrote: "The New Agers are the ideological ground troops of the globalists."
According to the most popular UN globalists' world-unifying ethic their must also be a UN religious spiritual empowerment to solve
the world's current crisis and establish a world-wide reign of peace.
The United Religions Initiative (URI) is an attempt to be this needed spiritual empowerment. According to Cardinal Arinze, head of
the Vatican's Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue, the Roman Catholic Church is opposed to the URI. And Pope Benedict XVI has
stated that he is opposed to "the effort to establish a world-wide reign of peace by
means of a world union of religions", which is the ultimate mission of the URI.
Until the Biblical prophesied "reign of terror", happens the Roman
Catholic Church is opposed to any attempt to solve the world's current crisis and establish world-wide peace by means of uniting humanity
within a one world government and world union of religions, even if it would becomes necessary by this means to solve the current
crisis - a crisis that could destroy all life on earth if not soon solved. Therefore, the Roman Catholic Church is opposed
to the mission of the United Nations.
When 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". 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 Government and lasting world peace.
On July 25, 1920, Pope Benedict XV, when referring to Biblical prophesied end time events, said:
"A world government shall arise, all national loyalties will be vanquished,
there will inevitatably follow a reign of terror."
Do to the misguided belief in the fulfillment of a deceptive
Biblical prophecy, the Roman Catholic Church teaches that the
"Antichrist" (presumed to be the UN's soon come "New Age Christ") will establish
a One World Government and attempt
to bring lasting world peace. It also teaches that the
"Antichrist" will "persecute" the Church (which would include
exposing its horrible destructive history and false underlining foundational dogma) and that
Jesus Christ would then bodily return and destroy the "Antichrist"
and establish world peace, as well as "restore creation to the
purity of its origins"... which modern-day science has proven
can not happen.
The Roman Catholic Church is opposed to the all attempts to
establish world peace at this time. It includes all attempts to do so by means
of establishing a one world government. Which includes the
current attempt to establish world peace and ecological balance... by, both,
establishing a One World Government and uniting the worlds
religions into a syncretistic New World Religion that is
compatible with modern-day science.
When Pope Benedict XVI was a Cardinal he said the mission
of the Roman Catholic Church is not to bring peace to
the world, but to bring eternal salvation to as many
people who would accept the Gospel and be baptized
into the Faith. "Accepting the Gospel" and being baptized,
which "brings eternal salvation" necessarily
includes believing in the underlining Catholic foundational dogma
that teaches that Jesus Christ will "restore creation
to the purity of its origins"... which science has
proven can not happen. This proves that the Roman
Catholic Church's message of eternal salvation is not reality
and that the Church's opposition to
establishing world peace NOW, by means of uniting humanity within a one world government
and one world religion is insane and extremely dangerous.
UN leaders in the forefront of establishing a one world religion and government all agree that
the Earth is in a crisis state and this ecological emergency is primarily the result of
the Christian religion. They believe that the Judeo Christian belief that God
assigned man to rule over the earth has caused us to exploit and abuse it.
Christian doctrines and world evangelization efforts, they assert, have
separated humans from their ancient connection to the earth, and to reverse
this trend governments, the media, education systems, artists, and other
areas of influence must help promote the, earth-centered, New Age panentheistic/pantheistic global
spirituality and religion that has become so popular amongst people who believe in the United Nations
initiatives to achieve world peace and ecological balance.
I am of the youth of the 1960s (hippie) counter-cultural syncretistic New Age
religion. In the late 1960s, (as previously mentioned) I was a friend of a California, San Francisco Bay area leader
of this expression of the New Age religion. At the time, we (Richard Carter and I) believed, along with his wife (Lois)
and a friend of ours that we (a least this is my perception of what we believed) were on the forefront of this
expression of the New Age religion and that we would usher in the New Age.
Now-days, I believe that I am on the forefront of this expression of
the New Age movement and that I, with help from, both, my extended maternal kinship family (the Rainbow family) and
some other relatives and friends (hopefully including Richard and Lois Carter),
will usher in the New Age.
I am an indigenous peoples rights
corresponds with international renowned Indigenous scholars
and activists as well as with an internationally renowned multicultural educator and social justice activist.
In a letter of mine that was published in Indian Country
Today Media Network (ICTMN), the world's largest Native/Indian news source, a letter titled
A New Paradigm, I expressed my perspective as why people of faith are now beginning
to open their minds to teachings of other faiths. This perspective of mine is another perspective other than Al Gore's valid perspective,
which was mentioned above.
The ICTMN letter is about my perspective on how a new paradigm is being established, a new
paradigm that will help unite the world's religions into a single
religion - a single religion that will serve as the basis and principle of unity for a
new world order, wherein humanity will be united, liberated and experiencing world peace; and the earth will be
saved from the current ecological crisis and on its way to experiencing ecological balance.