Also conveniently missing from Wilson's book was any mention of the open and enthusiastic sympathy for Lucifer existing int he New Age Movement. The Theosophical Society;s official magazine in its early days was "LUCIFER". Wilson spent much time discussing Alice Bailey and Fetzer's appreciation and promotion of the Lucis Trust work. I do not believe that Wilson did not know that organization was openly anti-Semitic in those Alice Bailey books and that it started its New York City life operating under the name "Lucifer Publishing Company."
Despite the efforts of what I term "Disinformation Agents" infesting Christian circles, both Evangelical and Catholic, to convince you the New Age Movement has not targeted Christianity, it clearly has. I learned and documented this when I discovered the Movement and its ultimate goals. One of those obvious goals was a "New World Religion".
New Age New Age: A Collection of Thought Systems New Age is a compilation of metaphysical, Eastern-influenced thought systems. These thought systems unite theology, nature, and philosophy. This movement comprises countless "theologies" that often center on religious tolerance and moral diversity. The main phrases (or "isms") that reveal the focal point of New Age thought are "feel-goodism" (do whatever feels good, as long as you are not hurting someone else), "moral relativism" (situational ethics), and "pluralism" (universal tolerance). The phrase "New Age" refers to the "Aquarian Age" which, according to New Age supporters, is now beginning. This Age is expected to bring in peace and enlightenment, as well as reunite humans with "god." New Age doctrine says that humans are currently estranged from god due to a lack of insight concerning god's real nature and reality. In New Age understanding, mankind is central. Humans are considered to be divine, as co creators, and as the ultimate hope for the future of the world. Although New Age is generally tolerant of almost any world religion or philosophy, it is opposed to the "narrow-mindedness" of Christianity that teaches Jesus Christ is the only way to eternal salvation. New Age philosophy is complicated to define because there is no centralized hierarchy, doctrine, or membership. At its foundation, the New Age movement is a religious system with two main doctrines: Evolutionary Godhood and Global Unity.
The above is taken from one of the top hits prioritized by Google using the search term "New Age Movement." Here is a picture of my search tonight:
Going to that site, we see this from which the above portion is extracted:
Yes, the New Age Movement appears to be alive and well here on Planet Earth. It has the same old goals I observed of it when I discovered it in 1981:
- New World Order (now known as "Global Governance"and/or "Civil Society" among many other monikers)
- New World Religion -- Mysticism in its myriad of forms is the name of that game;
- New Age Messiah - global governance leader -- one they cheerfully admit is not Jesus.
The Brian C. Wilson book has painfully awoken me to the hard fact that they are on the move again with the very same ugly agenda. We may have, with the help of God and disenchanted New Agers who rightfully fled the Movement, slowed them down a good 35 years. However, they are still on the march with many of the same soldiers still in the game as when I first discovered them: David Spangler, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Jack Canfield and his "Golden Motorcycle Gang" (Barbara Marx Hubbard and many others detailed in Canfield's book of that name, They still practice networking, but now much obvious organizing such as "Transformational Leadership Council", Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS, the Fetzer Institute (institute to advance the New Age Movement and agenda globally), and so many others are out there. As New Age / Environmental writer Paul Hawken bragged, their Movenebt -- one he claims nobody saw coming, but I and many other saw it coming and tried to warn over the years over the representations to the Christian community of those claiming to be "Counter-Cultists) that it did not exist and that the New Agers were not polirtically networked in any way. That was one audacious statement Walter Martin made to what was supposed to be the first major Evangelical conference against the New Age Movement held at the Denver Seminary in March, 1985. New Age apologist, cult protector J. Gordon Melton spoke at that conference by the organizer's invitation. His title? "A Christian Response to the Hidden Dangers."
The Fetzer Institute is a major New Age player. It is well endowed with many millions of John E. Fetzer's fortune. It is not alone. Paul N. Temple (co-founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and its chief financial backer) has died and undoubtedly left much of his fortune to that cause. The founder of hte Templeton Foundation has died, but his fortune has gone in similar directions.
Yes, that Movement is on the move. Its strong alliances with the LGBTQ and other hostile to Christian and other forms of monotheism make it this time formidable indeed. And, now it appears that apathy has settled in as they once again march vigorously to our detriment with the help of their aging but angry forces now longer in the teeth upset that they did not take over long ago as they thought would happen in 1982 before they were unexpectedly outed.
Yes, it is time to wake up. They New Age Movement never went away. It did some regrouping and shape shifting but now it appears they are proudly flying their flags. Yes, they still call it 'NEW AGE!
May the Lord help us all!