Monday, October 08, 2007

TUESDAY, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Eastern Time, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Pacific Time

I had so much response to Saturday's program with author Lee Penn that I have asked him and he has agreed to join me for my premiere week day program. The weekday programs will be rebroadcast on Saturdays as well and I plan to be available in the chatroom for the rebroadcast to answer questions about the content. The nice thing is that this will allow me to pay full attention to the chatroom, something I could not do while I was also talking on the air!

Tomorrow will have much more focus on relationships with the Alliance of Civilizations, the plans of the Alliance of Civilizations to regulate religious school curriculums worldwide, and the definition of American Evangelicalism and fundamentalism as "dangerous extremism."

I will be broadcasting live on Tuesday and Fridays, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Pacific Time, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time and the rebroadcasts are planned by Joe McNeil to run on his badly needed days off -- on Saturdays. The chatroom is open 24/7!

Thanks to all for listening and staying tuned!


This evening on my way home I scanned through the radio stations and landed on the one that featured a discussion topic of President Bush proclaims that everyone worships the same God. I thought to myself déjà vu. When I got home I immediately searched today’s headlines and found it.

This comes as no surprise as this is not the first time President Bush has said this. Last time I posted links to his words, I upset several people. But here I go again. Here are some links of present as well as past. The Gibson transcripts have since disappeared from the internet.
Rich-- I just saw a youtube clip of him saying just that to Gibson on GMA. I will see if I can find the link. Here it is:

Thanks to FP poster only1God for the original link to the Youtube video!
I forgot. If there are any newbies like myself, I would suggest you check out the following.

I found their index on cults and religions extremely helpful. They seem to have good information, including a little piece on Alice Bailey, an entry on Matthew Fox, and some of the regular names we see on this blog.

Also thank you for giving us a reminder about the Tuesday show. I will have to write myself a note about it so I can remember to listen tomorrow.
This was on Drudge:

Israel Signals Shift on Jerusalem Split
Thank you Dawn for the link.
Regarding Bush - one can't argue with what comes straight from the horses mouth, can they? It is very disheartening.

I have done just about all my work on a severe shoestring while most if not all of these other websites are posting as Alice Bailey research what was my original research -- unfortunately usually uncredited. As the pioneer in this work, I frankly got, like most pioneers, shot in the back. It was the settlers who reaped the rewards -- and the offerings -- something I never requested. Some good work came from them, but I am sorry to say that they too succumbed to the pressures put out by EMNR, SCP, CRI, and others not to credit my work if they wanted "credibility."

Fortunately, God knows who did what -- but it has been a long, hard, and often painful struggle. I have recently learned that Spiritual Counterfeits Project is putting ugly pressures on people once again not to give me a platform --

SCP started life as "World Christian Liberation Front." Their Magazine, Right On (RADIX) is listed by Theodore Roszak in his 1975 book about the counterculture as an ENTRY POINT, not an EXIT POINT to the "Aquarian Frontier."

There are frankly days that I wonder if the New Age Movement didn't work on creating its own spurious opposition.

You might want to go to an earlier blogspot article I wrote, "EQUIPPING THE SAINTS? OR,MORE LIKELY, DISARMING THEM"

Sorry to have to say this, but take what you can of use from this site, but they like many others for one reason or another fail to give as complete a picture as is needed.

I have tried -- I think Dorothy and others can and will attest to that.

Constance E. Cumbey
Who did they single out as the trouble-makers in a unified world?

Well that explains why it was so good, it came from you! Honestly, that site has just been helpful when you write about someone who I have no idea who you are talking about.

I will be cautious in the future.

I am sorry that you and your information has not been treated or valued as it should be.

I look forward to tomorrow's broadcast.
to the troublemakers article link I posted above:

Why i had the impression this article and the latest French Speech of Dr. Solana (see FP at EU-Beast Watch section) go in the same direction?
(Solana: "We are Nomades").
Of course Andres Ortega and Solana know each other.
A.O. writes for El PAis and is also director of "FP" a Spanish journal of Foreign Policy,
and is chief (director general) of a foundation wich published Solana.
For example here:

or here:

This Spanish "FP" again has on its main page (left) a link and is linked to FRIDE
a think tank, connected to Moratinos and to the roots of AoC,
also to Club of Madrid.

Constance, don't loose heart, please remeber,we all appreciate your's and other's work here and ultimately each of seek only 1 thing - to hear "well done thou good and faithful servant" - it what truely counts sister in Christ.

Note to Johnny in the previous comments section.
Dawn, if you are looking for a good site on cults, etc. try
Their information is extensive. CAN, Cult Awareness Network was a good source until the Scientologists used their tons of money to endless sue this small non-profit out of business and take over their name.

As a result of this action, groups warning about cults have become extremely cautious. Cults mostly are mind manipulating money machines, raking in big dollars from their followers. As a result they have big pockets with which to pay lawyers to attack anyone who gets in their way. New Age cults are in this category.

As I see it, (I don't speak for Constance here) Constance and I were just in the wrong careers to profit off New Age information. There are no such groups as Lawyers Against the New Age or Secretaries against the New Age Movement.

There are two main groups opposing the New Age movement, clergy and academics. Both get money benefits. The academics have been focusing on "spirituality". They feed off each other's information while needing as they say to "publish or perish." Since Constance is not in their community, they feel no need to give her information the respect it deserves.

Clergy are part of the "take" culture. They are used to getting "donations," believing they are entitled to whatever they can get their hands on because they are doing God's work. My inner reaction when a minister suggested it was my "mission" to provide him my research without him giving anything in return cannot be described politely. Other clergy are their colleagues. Constance's contributions are taken as if she was a member of the congregation.

In addition there are those for whom "fighting" New Age is a money making business and those dear people who say those like us will get our reward in heaven. A fifth, and more sinister group, are those who pretend to be fighting new age but are "provisions made for dissidents." No contributions for her efforts are ever going to come out of this last group.

I've tried to do what I can by trading my time and research for her time and research, something that others posting here are doing.

Human nature hasn't changed over thousands of years, even though the world has gotten materially better. If it had improved, there would be no New Age movement.
I should have said "exposing" instead of "opposing."

Dawn, I have had decent relations with that Watchman Fellowship -- but they, like the other groups, wanted approval from CRI, EMNR and SCP and somehow they seemed not to get it if they expressed approval of my work. In 1987 I documented that the Gold Lake Conference with EMNR, SCP, Denver Seminary, and Fellowship Foundation had "the latest of a series of ongoing meetings between New Agers and high level evangelicals." Only this year did I learn that there were interlocking directorates between that network and the New Age Institute of Noetic Sciences, in the form of Paul Temple. They tried very hard to bury the evidence, but I had it archived and available for reading full page by clicking on the individual pictures which opens them full page in my recent story, "A story in pictures."

James Walker, Arn and others there are sincere, but they sometimes succumbed to pressures from those who wanted to bring and credential (so as to control them, I am convinced) cult watchers.

There is good information to be gleaned from their site about many of the cults, especially House of Yahweh and I once interacted with them on a case on that issue I successfully handled as a lawyer.
farmer's link about the troublemakers in the world had an interesting observation:

In addition, the power of the few benefits from the fact that there is no boss in the world right now.

Hmm, if only there were a boss in the world right now, our problems might be solved with those pesky troublemakers...
Constance, how can we access that info you spoke of - a story in pictures?
European Union Congressional Caucus update:
Representative Jo Ann Davis (VA) co creator of Congressional European Union Caucus died Saturday October 6, 2007 after a two-year battle with breast cancer.

Davis is the fourth House member to die this year, including Reps. Paul Gillmor (R-Ohio), Charlie Norwood (R-Ga.) and Juanita Millender-McDonald (D-Calif.). Sen. Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) also passed away in June.

In regards to 68 year old Paul Gillmor's death

"Although a heart attack was at first suspected in the death of Rep. Paul Gillmor, an autopsy revealed Friday that he in fact died of massive head and neck injuries sustained in a fall down the steps of his Arlington townhouse.

The cause of death was "blunt head and neck trauma," according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for northern Virginia.

"The injuries sustained were consistent with a fall and the death appears to be accidental," said Det. Steve Gomez, a spokesman for the Arlington County Police Department. "We have no evidence of foul play."

It was unclear what precipitated the fall. The medical examiner performed toxicology tests as a part of the autopsy. The results of those tests were not released".
Doug- The Story in Pictures can be found in Constance's
Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Blog

Thank you Rudi DouginMI
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